Asociación Psiquiátrica Peruana (APP)

The Peruvian Psychiatric Association is a Scientific Medical Society, attached to the Medical College of Peru, which brings together medical professionals from the specialty of psychiatry in Peru in order to promote the academic development of the specialty and offer new scientific contributions to society.

The Peruvian Psychiatric Association was founded on June 25, 1954, when they meet at the Daniel A. Carrión Peruvian Medical Association, Max Arnillas, Alejandro Arellano, Pablo Anglas, Arnaldo Cano, Alex Castoriano, Renato Castro, Baltazar Caravedo , Nice Chiok, Roberto Gamarra, Raúl Jerí, LF Lau, Sebastián Lorente, Pedro León Motalván, Emilio Majluf, Humberto Rotondo, Florian Leonor Revoredo, Federico Sal y Rosas, Carlos Alberto Seguín, José Sánchez García, María Antonieta Silva and Sergio Zapata in order to discuss the Draft Statutes and Regulations of a scientific and union institution of psychiatrists.

As the first President of the Association's Board of Directors, Dr. Federico Sal y Rosas was elected for the biennium 1954-1955.
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APP Board of Directors

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Dra. Elizabeth Rivera Chávez

President

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Dr. Ever Ramiro Mitta Curay

Vice-president

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Dra. Gisella Esther Vargas Cajahuanca

General Secretary

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Dra. Milagritos Pilar Toledo Castillo

Treasurer

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Dr. Oscar Amador Ramos Godoy

Minutes secretary

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Dr. Santiago Martín Stucchi Portocarrero

Subsidiary Secretary

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Dra. Silvana Virginia Sarabia Arce

Secretary of Scientific Action

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Dr. José Luis Li Ning Anticona

Vocal of Ethics and Professional Qualification

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Dra. Beatrice Milagros Macciotta Felices

Vocal of Guild Action

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Dra. Alina Margarita Mendoza Carrión

Vocal of Interinstitutional Relations

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Dr. José Carlos San Martín Medina

Office of the Press and Library

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Dr. Enrique Javier Bojórquez Giraldo

Former President