ACLP Annual Awards

ACLP annual awards are presented at the Academy’s annual meeting in November  to individuals for meritorious contributions to consultation-liaison psychiatry, or for outstanding service to the Academy.

 

All Awards

A list of all ACLP annual awards and how to nominate or apply for each.

Wayne Katon Research Award

The Katon Research Award honors an individual currently studying psychopathology in the medically ill and is intended to recognize exceptional research and clinical work in the field.

Nomination deadline:  April 9

Don R. Lipsitt Award

The Lipsitt Award recognizes an individual who has demonstrated excellence and innovation in the integration of mental health with other medical care through collaborative care.

Application/nomination deadline:  April 9

Alan Stoudemire Award

The Stoudemire Award is given for the development and/or presentation of a C-L psychiatry educational program that is outstanding by virtue of excellence, innovation, and impact.

Application/nomination deadline: April 9

Webb Fellowship

This program fosters the career development and leadership potential of advanced residents and fellows in C-L psychiatry through mentorship, networking and involvement in ACLP, and exclusive educational experiences.

Application deadline:  July 2

Academy Fellowship (FACLP)

Fellowship in the ACLP is bestowed upon Academy members who manifest active participation in the Academy and have made exemplary contributions to the field of consultation-liaison psychiatry.

Application deadline:  July 2

Eleanor and Thomas P. Hackett Memorial Award

The Hackett Award is the Academy’s highest honor, presented to an individual for outstanding achievement in psychosomatic medicine.

Nomination deadline: April 9

ACLP Foundation Research Professor Program

This ACLP Foundation program consists of two objectives: funding a preeminent research leader to lecture at the upcoming annual meeting, and funding the mentorship by the selected professor of emerging early career researchers in the field.

The mentee award to early career researchers promotes interest in C-L psychiatry research by supporting the development of emerging talent in the field. A maximum of three mentee candidates are selected each year.

Application deadline for Foundation Research Professor:  April 9
Application deadline for early career mentees:  June 18

Dlin/Fischer Award

The Dlin/Fischer Award is presented for significant achievement in clinical research and the best paper submitted for presentation at the annual meeting.

There is no application process for this award.

Visiting Professorship Program

This program allows an institution to receive a one- to three-day visit from an ACLP member to promote the understanding and practice of C-L psychiatry. The awards are used to support the travel expenses, lodging, meals, and honorarium for the visiting ACLP member.

Application deadline:  April 9

Trainee Travel Award

These monetary awards are given to a limited number of CLP fellows, residents, or medical students to help offset the cost of attending the Academy’s annual meeting.

Application deadline:  July 2