Forensic Psychiatry

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SAN FRANCISCO
22nd Annual CME* Symposium, 2004
The Psychiatrist in Civil and Criminal Courts: Forensic Skills
Renaissance Stanford Court Hotel, Nob Hill, March 25-28

Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco
Nob Hill, San Francisco
Renaissance Stanford Court Hotel-2004 Meeting
 

 March 2004, 22nd Forensic Psychiatry Symposium
at the Renaissance Stanford Court Hotel on Nob Hill

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Psychiatry Guest Book
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I am interested in:
attending the 2004 4-day Symposium program in San Francisco
speaking or being a panelist at the Symposium
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 being listed in the Online Attorney's Directory of Forensic Psychiatrists
future CME meetings 
books in Forensic Psychiatry
Forensic Psychiatry presentation tapes for home study and research
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Resident /Student College Membership (reduced fees)
Resident/ student registration fee at the 2004 CME meeting (reduced fees)

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For further information, please write/ telephone John or Debbie Mueller, Executive Directors
 American College of Forensic Psychiatry | PO Box 1111, Balboa Island, California, 92662
Telephone: (202)-555-0116 Fax:(111) 222-4444
  
2004 Program| The College | The Journal | Author Guidelines
Attorney's Directory of Forensic Psychiatrists 2003 Symposium | 2002 Symposium | Books | Send us an Email

The American College of Forensic Psychiatry is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide Continuing Medical Education for physicians.The goal of this symposium is to keep forensic psychiatrists abreast of new developments in psychiatry requiring skills and new knowledge for experts and current case law affecting forensic practice. The meeting is for forensic psychiatrists, psychiatrists, physicians in other subspecialties and attorneys who litigatecivil and criminal cases involving psychiatric evaluations and expert testimony.
* 2004 CME Hours to be announced (22 hours at the 2003 meeting)    
 

THE COLLEGE ADVISORY BOARD OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF FORENSIC PSYCHIATRY

Douglas Anderson, MD, New York City; Marshall S Cherkas,MD, PhD, Los Angeles; Michael F Cleary, MD, Forensic Psychiatry, Scottsdale, AZ Coodley, MD, PhD, Los Angeles, CA; Albert M. Drukteinis, M.D., J.D., Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship Program, Dartmouth Medical School; Eric W Fine, MD, Philadelphia, PA; David N Glaser, MD, Los Angeles, CA; Clay Griffith, MD, Dallas, TX; Donald T Lunde, MD, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford Medical School; Franklin D Master, MD, Forensic Psychiatry, Las Vegas, NV; James J McDonald, Jr, JD, Fisher & Phillips, Newport Beach, CA; Timothy J Michals, MD, Philadelphia, PA; Eva Rado, MD, Professor of Psychiatry, NY Medical College; Carla Rodgers, M.D., Philadelphia, PA; Roger T Sharp, JD, Salt Lake City, UT; Ronald Shlensky, MD, JD, Santa Barbara-Ventura Forensic Psychiatry; Founding Editor, American Journal of Forensic Psychiatry; Patricia White, MD, Clinical and Forensic Psychiatry, Stockton, CA

For further information, please write/ telephone Ed or Debbie Miller, Executive Directors

 American College of Forensic Psychiatry | PO Box 1111, Balboa Island, California, 92662
Telephone: (202)-555-0116 Fax:(202)-555-0117