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Mission: The academy of psychosomatic medicine represents psychiatrists dedicated to the advancement of medical science, education and health care for persons with comorbid psychiatric and general medical conditions and provides national and international leadership in the furtherance of those goals.

Programs: Membership: the academy of psychosomatic medicine is the voice of consultation-liaison/psychosomatic medicine psychiatry, with over 1,000 active members, many of who are leaders in the medical profession and contributors to advancing health care worldwide.

annual meeting: the academy's annual meeting is the cornerstone event in consultation-liaison/psychosomatic medicine psychiatry, where more than 850 attendees learn the latest advances in medical knowledge in the field, and knowledge-share with colleagues on progress in patient care.

education: the academys annual meeting and online education deliver a broad range of learning experiences for consultation-liaison/psychosomatic medicine psychiatrists and allied health care professionals that is rarely matched elsewhere. The academys education program also includes unique courses for preparing practitioners for board certification in psychosomatic medicine.

publications: the academys prestigious and widely respected journal, psychosomatics, includes definitive, peer-reviewed clinical and investigative reports to support informed clinical decision-making and enables physicians to remain current professionally. Council/committee: the academys volunteer organization comprises a diverse range of talents, demographics and professional experience necessary to promote both the leadership of the academy in consultation- liaison/psychosomatic medicine psychiatry and the knowledge-sharing that is fundamental to the advancement of medical science, education and health care for persons with comorbid psychiatric and general medical conditions.

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