I hope everyone is well! It is indeed difficult to walk in Dr. Geetha Jayaram’s shoes as AWP President and I’m looking forward to continue championing the needs of women psychiatrists!
It is important to remind ourselves of our mission. Why does AWP exist? Reminding ourselves of this critical information from time to time should focus our efforts on what we need to do to move forward. When AWP was founded in 1983, it was designed to meet the following identified needs for
The overall mission of AWP is “to mobilize women psychiatrists to work together for quality mental health care of all persons, particularly women. To that end, some of my goals during my tenure as president include, but are not limited to the following:
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Thanks in advance for supporting AWP through your engagement, dues, and donations!
Warachal E. Faison, MD
Immediate Past President
Councilors at Large
Richa Bhatia, M.D.