Carol Davis Ethics Award

The Carol Davis Ethics Award, established in 2005, promotes the educational role of the ethics process and is presented to an APA member who has authored an outstanding publication on ethics. The APA Ethics Committee reviews the submissions and will present the award at their discretion. The award was named after Carol Davis, a former APA Office of Ethics Director, to honor her 30 years of service to APA and the Ethics Committee.

Prize

Plaque

Criteria/Eligibility

A publication on ethics of psychiatry, the authors of which include at least one APA member.

Nomination Requirements

A copy of the publication.

Submission Information

zyang@psych.org

Deadline

November 15

Award Notification

January

Award Presentation

Presented at the Annual Meeting

Staff Contact

Zhuoyin Yang
zyang@psych.org
(202) 559-3401

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2018 IPS: The Mental Health Services Conference
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2019 Annual Meeting
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