- January 2012
The articles in this newsletter discuss Dr. Karen Fraser Wyche, recovery to practice update, the Montana files, women's program office, spotlight on disability, aging issues, Martin Luther King's birthday, psychology awards, ethnic minority affairs, and policy update.
- December 2011
The articles in this newsletter discuss child sexual abuse, Institute of Medicine, the Federal Defense of Marriage Act, taskforce on trafficking of women and girls, child victims of violence, world AIDS day, opportunities for psychologist, and the policy update.
- November 2011
The articles in this newsletter discuss promoting health and wellness of women with disabilities, homelessness, the women's program office grant, go4life efforts, national American Indian & Alaska native mental health, and policy updates.
- October 2011
The articles in this newsletter discuss the medal of honor recipient, racial disparities in NIH research funding, the recovery to practice initiative, HIV Office for Psychology Program funding, webinars addressing cancer patients, health disparities and alzheimers, natioanl domestic violence and breat cancer awarness month, the clinical program mangaer for MFP, and policy update.
- September 2011
The articles in this newsletter discuss OEMA convetion activities, Lula A. Beatty, the Martin Luther King memorial, national wellness week, the SES Indicator newsletter, public interest highlights, and September policy update.
- August 2011
The articles in this newsletter discuss the advocacy against the sexualization of girls, Gwendolyn Keita's Twitter, LGBT's grant, human rights webpage, joint task force, and August policy update.
- July 2011
Included in this issue: new leadership of Tiffany Townsend, PhD, as Senior Director; twenty-fifth anniversary of the Children, Youth and Families Office; International Congress of Psychology, Task Force on Trafficking Women and Girls; World Elder Abuse Awareness Day; Dementia Guidelines; and the July policy update.
- June 2011
Articles featured include: Recovery to Practice: Training psychologists to address the changing behavioral health care environment; Awards to APA Editorial and Design Services for Public Interest pieces; Sexualization Summit; Latest PI publications focusing on HIV prevention — Careers in geropsychology and more.
- May 2011
In this issue: depression and violence screening, leadership for women, Child Abuse Prevention Month and diverting juvenile offenders from the state legal systems.
- April 2011
Articles featured include: Governing public interest: BAPPI and the public interest committees; Welcoming new Public Interest staff; February Council actions on Public Interest items; Early registration opens for the 9th International Conference on Occupational Stress and Health, and more.