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AAGP/GMHF Corporate Advisory Council

2010 Membership in the
American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry (AAGP)
Geriatric Mental Health Foundation (GMHF)
Corporate Advisory Council

We Recognize and Thank the Following Companies for Supporting the activities of the AAGP and GMHF through their membership on the Corporate Advisory Council:

Eli Lilly and Company
Medivation, Inc.
Takeda Pharmaceuticals North America, Inc.

About the AAGP/GMHF Corporate Advisory Council

What is the Corporate Advisory Council?

The AAGP/GMHF Corporate Advisory Council provides a unique forum for leaders of the Association, Foundation, and industry to discuss the issues impacting older adults with mental illnesses and health care professionals in the field of geriatric psychiatry.

How does membership in the Corporate Advisory Council help my company?

Membership in the Corporate Advisory Council provides an opportunity to share a vision and mission with a community dedicated to providing optimal treatment and care for late-life mental disorders. Together with the leaders in the geriatric psychiatry community, Corporate Advisory Council members help society succeed in providing effective care and investing in the future for the patients we serve.

What is the AAGP?

AAGP’s membership includes 2,000 geriatric psychiatrists and other individuals dedicated to the treatment of late-life mental disorders. AAGP is the principal organization representing clinicians, researchers, and educators specialized in late-life mental illness. In addition to the premier education event, the AAGP Annual Meeting, and the publication of the leading geriatric psychiatry journal, American Journal for Geriatric Psychiatry, the AAGP produces numerous educational programs, has a robust government affair's initiative, and is called upon by the media to provide expert opinion.

What is the GMHF?

The GMHF is the only foundation solely dedicated to late-life mental illness. The GMHF produces and disseminates consumer education materials on mental health and older adults.

What are the Benefits of the Corporate Advisory Council?

As a member of the Corporate Advisory Council, your company will receive benefits to promote a collaborative relationship with the AAGP and the GMHF.

  • Invitation to attend Corporate Advisory Council Meeting
  • Complimentary registration to the AAGP Annual Meeting
  • Recognition as a Corporate Advisory Council member on company’s staff badges at AAGP Annual Meeting
  • Annual Meeting Exhibit Booth Recognition Signage
  • Acknowledgement on the AAGP website as a member of the Corporate Advisory Council
  • A plaque recognizing your company as a member of the Corporate Advisory Council
  • Complimentary subscriptions (one/each) to the AAGP Journal (American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry) and newsletter (Geriatric Psychiatry News)

How does my company become a member?

Membership in the Corporate Advisory Council is on an annual basis (calendar year). The cost for a one-year membership is $20,000. Please complete a Council application form. Since many companies have their own processes, please contact Christine deVries to further discuss the logistics (contact information below).

Who should I contact for more information?

For further information, contact AAGP Executive Vice President/CEO Christine M. deVries at cdevries@aagponline.org or at (301) 654-7850.