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  • 1.SES Indicator: Summer 2012
    This issue highlights a message from the director, the PI-GRO Policy Corner, food insecurity in the media, PI-OSES news & events, a call for nominations to serve on the Committee on Socioeconomic Status and more.
    Newsletter - The SES Indicator (June 2012)
  • 2.APA Access — June 26, 2012
    In this issue: The Department of Veterans Affairs is hiring 1600 mental health professionals, a discussion about Alzheimer's causes, diagnosis and prevention, the Board of Directors nominations results, three new APA publications, and calls for nominations, awards, and proposals.
    Newsletter - APA Access (June 2012)
  • 3.APA Access — Jan. 14, 2014
    This newsletter addresses trying to expand psychology role in health care, psychology's role in smoking decline, webinar series on gun violence, gradPSYCH Blog, Protect Food Assistance, APA's Education Directorate executive director, new director of the Office of Sponsor Approval, 2013 APA board and committee election results, autism spectrum disorder, treatment integrity, Marriage Checkup, APA's Professional Development Training Institute, and calls for nominations and applications.
    Newsletter - APA Access (January 2014)
  • 4.January 2014 ITPI
    This newsletter addresses Toni C. Antonucci, PhD, reflections on being a public interest psychologist, Nelson Mandela's words of wisdom, Martin Luther King Jr.'s plea to APA’s 1967 Annual Convention, joy in the lives of the less fortunate, program to fight HIV/AIDS abroad, HIV discrimination, food assistance, relief for sequester and federal spending cuts, and paid family medical leave.
    Newsletter - In the Public Interest (January 2014)
  • 5.December 2013 ITPI
    This newsletter addresses workplace bullying, working with older adults, american ethnic minorities, ACT Raising Safe Kids Program website, Roberta Downing, PhD, LGBT legislation, Older Americans Act reauthorization, geriatric training programs, LGBTI research priorities and investment in global HIV/AIDS programs.
    Newsletter - In the Public Interest (December 2013)
  • 6.APA Access — Feb. 26, 2013
    This newsletter addresses China and Cuba's psychology, mental health, and health care systems; Psychology Student Network; weight loss; stress management; seasonal affective disorder; replication studies; gun violence; vioelnce against women; Garrett Lee Smith Memorial Act; free journals app; and trauma-informed parenting.
    Newsletter - APA Access (February 2013)
  • 7.APA Science Policy News: November 2012
    This newsletter addesses the 2012 election, new associate director of extramural research, no new substance use, abuse, and addiction research institute, PCORI's funding of methodology research, fiscal cliff, Tobacco Products Scientific Advisory Committee, and APA's Executive Branch Science Fellowship .
    Newsletter - APA Science Policy News (November 2012)
  • 8.CoA Update August 2011
    In this issue: US Department of Education review & recognition, seeking public comment on changes to accreditation operating procedures, new and revised implementing regulations, and overview of program review panels
    Newsletter - Commission on Accreditation (CoA) Update (August 2011)
  • 9.February 2011 In the Public Interest Newsletter
    In this issue: life as a public interest psychologist, Family Caregivers Briefcase, Psychology Summer Institute and Resilience and Recovery After War: Refugee Children and Families in the United States
    Newsletter - In the Public Interest (February 2011)
  • 10.Progress Notes: January 2013
    In this issue: the 2013 National Conference on Pediatric Psychology, candidate statements, Pediatric Bioethics Special Interest Group, Adherence SIG Clinical Case Symposium, and obesity in African American girls and women.
    Newsletter - Progress Notes (January 2013)
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