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(1950). Events in the Psychoanalytic World. Bul. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 6C(3):35-45.
(1950). Bulletin of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 6C(3):35-45
Events in the Psychoanalytic World
THE 17th INTERNATIONAL PSYCHOANALYTIC CONGRESS WILL BE HELD IN AMSTERDAM AUGUST 7, 8, 9, 10, 1951, PRECEDED BY AN EVENING RECEPTION ON AUGUST 6th.
Dr. Leo H. Bartemeier, President of the International Psychoanalytic Association, reports that the joint Program Committee consists of training analysts who are members of the Dutch Psychoanalytic Society and another group who are training analysts of the American Psychoanalytic Association. At the Detroit meeting the members of the latter group were appointed: Drs. Lionel Blitzen, Ives Hendrick, Maurice Katan, Karl Menninger, Norman Reider and Robert Waelder.
Dr. Leo H. Bartemeier is off to Europe on a round of activities as medical consultant to the World Health Organization. He is spending four weeks in Ireland advising as to the establishment of psychiatric services for children. When this work is completed he will be off to Paris attending the Third Annual Meeting of the World Federation for Mental Health.
At the annual meeting in Detroit the Association was honored by a visit from Dr. W. Hoffer, recently appointed Editor of the Journal of Psychoanalysis. While there he spoke before the Executive Council and at the annual business meeting of the Association on the present state of the Journal. In commenting on the relation of the International Journal of Psychoanalysis to the members of the American Psychoanalytic Association he indicated that Dr. C. P. Oberndorf, who for many years has been acting as Assistant Editor, is at present time working out some means of establishing a closer link between American contributors and readers and the Editorial Committee in London.
Dr. Hoffer regretted the difficulties which have hindered the Journal's publication on time but indicates that this situation has been remedied and that from the end of 1950 onwards the Journal will appear regularly.
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