AAAPAmerican Academy of Addiction Psychiatry
AAAPAmerican Association of Avian Pathologists
AAAPAmateur Astronomers Association of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, PA)
AAAPAmerican Association of Avalanche Professionals
AAAPAccelerated Access Authorization Program
AAAPAsian-Australian Association of Animal Production Societies
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He is chairing an AAAP committee aimed at fostering more communication between camps, "and Betty Ford is illustrative of the concept.
The name of the venue for the 15th AAAP Congress was changed from Kasetsart University to Thammasat University (Rangsit Campus).
Mission: Serve to animal industries and academia in the AAAP region by efficient publication and distribution of scientific information on animal science
This devotion leads to encouragement of science-field relationship that animal scientist has to directed especially in AAAP region.
What All Psychiatrists Need to Know About Addictions : Because at least 10% of the US population suffers from a substance use disorder in any given year, the AAAP has expanded its longstanding Board Review Course in Addictions to a more inclusive "Addictions and Their Treatment" course.
The journal published by the AAAP, Avian Diseases, also sporadically published information on companion bird medicine.
Six national professional associations--EAPA, NAADAC, the Center for Clinical Social Work, AAAP, ASAM, and EASNA--and NORC at the University of Chicago have combined to develop the BIG Initiative curriculum (http://bigsbirteducation.
Richard Rosenthal, past president of AAAP and the current head of public policy at the association.
Following somewhat separate paths, ASAM and AAAP promoted recognition of addiction medicine and addiction psychiatry within organized medicine.
Presented at AAAP 2005 Annual Meeting & Symposium, Dec.
The AAAP operates in five Alberta communities, including, Calgary, Edmonton, Fort McMurray, High Level and Lethbridge.