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NATIONAL ADVISORY MENTAL HEALTH COUNCIL GRANTS FOR TRAINING PROGRAMS
In accordance with recommendations made recently by the National Advisory Mental Health Council, the United States Public Health Service announces that three types of grants may soon be available under the National Mental Health Act. These grants would provide funds for training, for research and for community services.The grants will be made to institutions offering training in psychiatry, clinical psychology, psychiatric social work and psychiatric nursing, for the purpose of improvement, expansion and inauguration of training programs in these fields. Application forms and complete information may be obtained from the Training and Standards Section, Mental Hygiene Division, United States Public Health Service, Washington 25, D. C.The National Advisory Mental Health Council expects to take final action on these applications by the middle of April. Interested schools therefore are urged to make their applications.The National Advisory Mental Health Council
News and Comment. Arch NeurPsych. 1947;57(3):377–378. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1947.02300260117011
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