2021 spring conference
Save the date for this virtual event!
Innovation, Collaboration, and Inclusion!
Wednesday, March 3 - Saturday, March 6
See you there!
Whether you are a new member or a 'lifer,' AADPRT values your membership and provides the excellent resources you need to turn residents into world class psychiatrists. From our Virtual Training Office chock full of model curriculum and all things psychiatry education to our listservs, mentorship program, and Academic Psychiatry Journal access, we are Training Directors' go-to place.
***2020/21 Dues Relief***
AADPRT is offering 50 or 100% dues relief, up to a $1,000 maximum per institution for the July 2020 - June 2021 dues cycle to members/institutions whose budgets have experienced hardship due to COVID-19. If you feel you need dues relief, please send a request PRIOR to renewing. If you've already renewed, requests not made within two (2) weeks of renewing cannot be honored.
Individual Member: $250 annual fee -- This is in addition to the required institution fee.
This class of membership consists of psychiatrists, including, but not limited to, Training Directors and Associate/Assistant Training Directors of general and subspecialty psychiatric residency programs, as well as chairs, vice chairs, and department heads who oversee such programs, and psychologists who are actively involved in psychiatry residency training (pending AADPRT leadership review). All Training Directors representing an institution must apply for an individual rather than an affiliate membership. Individual members have these benefits:
Psychiatrists who fulfill the criteria set forth for membership in this category shall be granted membership upon receipt of a properly completed application and the payment of dues to the Executive Office of the Association.
Emeritus Member: No fee
A member may become emeritus after they had ceased their scientific or medical occupation for which they received remuneration (i.e. income based on professional services has ceased or is less than 10% of full-time occupational income). Upon approval by AADPRT leadership, an emeritus member will have their annual membership dues waived.
In order to qualify for this category, members should have had an institutional or affiliate membership for a minimum of seven (7) years, and have ceased their scientific or medical occupation for which they receive remuneration (i.e., income based on professional services has ceased or is less than 10% of full-time occupational income).
International Member: $400 annual fee
This category of membership consists of psychiatrists who work as psychiatry residency training directors, or the equivalent, outside of the United States and Canada. They must be sponsored by an Individual Member of AADPRT and verified as eligible by AADPRT leadership. International Members may apply for reduced dues based on financial hardship. International Members must apply by April 1 to be considered for the subsequent academic year (July 1).
Psychiatrists who fulfill the criteria set forth for membership in this category must be sponsored by an Individual Member of AADPRT. Once the application is verified as eligible for membership by AADPRT leadership, they shall be granted membership upon payment of dues to the Executive Office of the Association. International members may apply for reduced dues based on financial hardship.
To apply as an International Member, contact Executive Director Sara Stramel-Brewer.
Resident: AADPRT does not currently offer membership to residents.
Membership is activated once the application is reviewed by the Executive Director and payment has been received and processed. We strongly suggest all members consider credit card payment to expedite the process. Check processing for membership can take up to two (2) weeks once payment is received. No benefits are available until membership is paid in full.
Membership renewal period is 7/1 - 9/30. Accounts not renewed by 9/30 will expire. Membership year is 7/1 - 6/30.
How to renew:
1) Log in to your account between 7/1 and 9/30.
2) Click the renewal button on your dashboard and complete payment. For fast account approval and to avoid membership lapse, it's highly suggested you pay by credit card.
*IMPORTANT: An invoice must accompany all check payments. Be sure to print it from the payment screen.
Paying for multiple accounts:
If you are a Program Administrator (Coordinator) wanting to pay for all of your members, you can do this from your account, though you'll need to pay for each member individually. If you're paying by check, be sure to print the invoice from the payment page and include it with the check or the check will be returned.
How PAs can renew their members (credit card or check):
1) Log into your Program Administrator account
2) Click "Members" on the left side of your dashboard
3) Click a member's name (you'll need to renew each member individually)
4) Click the "Dues/Fees" tab
5) Click "Pay for member" and choose payment method
6) If paying by check, print the invoice from payment page and include it with the check or the check will be returned.