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Kelman, H. Portnoy, I. Kelman, N. Mullan, H. Rose, S. (1949). The Auxiliary Council to the Association. Am. J. Psychoanal., 9(1):96-97.

(1949). American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 9(1):96-97

The Auxiliary Council to the Association

Harold Kelman, M.D., Isidore Portnoy, M.D., Norman Kelman, M.D., Hugh Mullan, M.D. and Sidney Rose, M.D.

ACAAP has, in the past year, moved in the direction of greater autonomy while strengthening its ties to the parent organization, the Association. Within ACAAP a reorganization focused on definition of committee functions and the fixing and delegating of responsibilities, so necessary in an expanding group, was accomplished. To effect a clearer separation from the Association, one half the time of one secretary was allocated to ACAAP and to be directly under its supervision. This is a first step toward a full-time professional executive secretary who will co-ordinate and expand ACAAP's activities.

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