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Thomas A. C. Rennie Edit Profile

Physician , psychiatrist

Thomas A. C. Rennie, British physician, psychiatrist.

Background

Rennie, Thomas A. C. was born on February 28, 1904 in Motherwell, Scotland. Son of David and Elizabeth (Cumming) Rennie.

Education

Brought to the United States, 1911, naturalized, 1916. Bachelor of Science, University of Pittsburgh, 1924. Doctor of Medicine Harvard, 1928.

Career

Doctor of Medicine Harvard, 1928. Director National.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (with L. E. Woodward) Jobs and the Man, 1945. (with L. E. Woodward) Mental Health in Mod. Society, 1945

    • (with others) Technology Psychotherapeutic Medical, 1948.

      Vocational Rehabilitation of Psychiatric Patients: A Study of Post-Hospital Vocational Work (with others). Vocational Services for Psychiatric Clinic Patients (with Bozeman). Co-editor International Journal of Social Psychiatry.

      Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member technical advising committee on research New York City Youth Board. Member Army advisory committee of Greater New York. Fellow American Psychiatric Association, New York Academy of Medicine.

Member New York Society for Clinical Psychiatry, American Medical Association, Medical Society of State New York, American Psychopathol. Association, American Association for the Advancement of Science. Clubs: Century (New York City).

Connections

father:
David Rennie

mother:
Elizabeth (Cumming) Rennie