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  • 1.Students visit Capitol Hill to share health-care concerns with Congress
    Six psychology students from the University of North Carolina Wilmington, traveled to Washington, D.C., in June with a message for Congress: Health-care reform must include interdisciplinary, coordinated care and bring health care to poor and uninsured people.
    Magazine Article - gradPSYCH (September 2009)
  • 2.Share your thoughts on health-care reform and win $1,500 and an iPad
    Submit an essay about the effects of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and win $1,500 and an iPad.
    Web Article - gradPSYCH (February 2012)
  • 3.Graduate students advocate for affordable mental health care
    Graduate students are launching, an online directory of low-fee and pro bono mental health-care providers. Visitors to the site can search for therapists based on such criteria as service type, cost, language proficiency, even religious preference.
    Magazine Article - gradPSYCH (January 2010)
  • 4.Will student health plans survive in their current form — and should they?
    There is debate that the student health insurance plans offered by colleges, universities and professional schools will be defined as offering enrolled students the "minimum essential coverage" required by the health-care reform law passed last March.
    Magazine Article - gradPSYCH (January 2011)
  • 5.Postgrad growth area: Primary-care psychology
    Primary-care psychologists work with other health-care professionals to offer counseling and behavioral interventions to patients in medical settings. In addition to treating mental health disorders such as depression and anxiety, primary-care psychologists can also teach patients behavioral interventions to improve their health.
    Magazine Article - gradPSYCH (September 2007)
  • 6.Postgrad growth area: Health-care administration
    Psychologists are increasingly taking on these fast-paced, well-paid positions such as director of a hospital or CEO of a community health system.
    Magazine Article - gradPSYCH (March 2011)
  • 7.Speak out for psychology
    Psychology students' special training and expertise in human behavior put them in a unique position to weigh in on laws, policies and programs that can bolster support for psychology research, secure the profession's future and even improve the health of the nation.
    Magazine Article - gradPSYCH (November 2014)
  • 8.Adapting to change: New models of practice and training
    Four major areas of change are important to graduate students, as they will affect our training, careers and how we may practice in the future.
    Magazine Article - gradPSYCH (January 2014)
  • 9.Making a difference
    Want to get involved in pushing for student and psychology-friendly legislation? Here's how.
    Magazine Article - gradPSYCH (June 2004)
  • 10.A voice for psychology students
    Meet the newly elected leaders of APAGS — the world's largest organization for psychology graduate students.
    Magazine Article - gradPSYCH (September 2013)
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