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Kelman, N. (1950). Candidates Association. Am. J. Psychoanal., 10(1):98-98.

(1950). American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 10(1):98-98

Candidates Association

Norman Kelman, M.D.

The membership of the Candidates Association has grown from 51 to 63 in the past year. Currently the breakdown is 32 Juniors and 31 Seniors.

The following account of our activities shows the role we have played in the affairs of the Institute, the Association, and ACAAP. Six candidates participated in various courses given at the Institute. At the New School, two courses were conducted by six candidates. These courses involved a total of nine different candidates.

In the monthly scientific meetings of the Association at the New York Academy of Medicine, two candidates presented original papers and six candidates participated as formal discussants. In addition, four candidates offered original material at the Association Interval Meetings.

Participation with ACAAP has been carried out through our Liaison Committee and our Speakers Committee. Members of the Liaison Committee have regularly attended the monthly meetings of the ACAAP Executive Committee. Six of the seven Henry Hudson Lecture Series were given by candidates, and six candidates conducted in whole or in part three of the ACAAP-sponsored seminars. The Speakers Committee arranged for the participation of twenty five candidates at the monthly meetings of ACAAP.

During the past year 24 candidates lectured to lay and professional groups for a total of 58 individual appearances.

In addition to the above activities, this year has seen several changes in our internal organization. The Course Evaluation Committee, the Referral Committee and the Professional Relations Committee, were made Standing Committees.

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