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Frank Named

Frank Named

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Frank NamedThe Washington Psychiatric Society has named Julia Frank, M.D., the 2005 Psychiatrist of the Year. She was cited for her work at the D.C. Armory with Hurricane Katrina evacuees. Other honorees were Maryam Razavi, M.D., who was selected the 2005 Resident of the Year; Rep. Patrick Kennedy (D-R.I.) and Connie Garner, Ed.D., Wellstone Award; Maryland Sens. Brian Frosh and Paula Hollinger, Public Policy Makers of the Year; Mary Jones of Washington, D.C., Advocate of the Year Award; and Rod Drake, M.D., Immediate Past President Award. ▪ American Psychiatric Association « Previous | Next Article »Table of Contents This Article Psychiatric News March 17, 2006 vol. 41 no. 6 44 » Full TextFree ClassificationsAssociation News Services Email this article to a friend Similar articles in this journalSimilar articles in Web of Science Citing ArticlesLoad citing article informationCiting articles via Web of ScienceCiting articles via Google Scholar Google ScholarSearch for related content Navigate This ArticleTop HomeAboutCurrent IssuePast IssuesAll APPI JournalsSubscribeClassified AdsReprints & PermissionsContact Copyright © 2010 American Psychiatric Association. All rights reserved. Print ISSN0033-2704Online ISSN1559-1255
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