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GRANT FOR TRAINING IN PSYCHIATRY, WALTER E. FERNALD STATE SCHOOL
The United States Public Health Service under the National Mental Health Act has approved a grant for a trainee in psychiatry at the Walter E. Fernald State School, situated 8 miles from Boston. The stipend is for level 5, or $3,000 per year. However, candidates at lower levels may be considered and the amount of the stipend adjusted to the level of the candidate's training. Training will be offered in mental deficiency, child psychiatry and related psychiatric and neurologic problems through supervised experience in the outpatient and inpatient departments, the research laboratory, and the psychologic, educational and social service departments, as well as participation in staff meetings, seminars in basic psychiatry and neurology and in child psychiatry.Applications, including the applicant's qualifications, or requests for further information, should be forwarded to Dr. Malcolm J. Farrell, superintendent, Walter E. Fernald State
News and Comment. Arch NeurPsych. 1949;62(3):380–382. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1949.02310150127014
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