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  • 1.Progress Notes: 2014
    Links to each Progress Notes newsletter for 2014.
    Newsletter - Progress Notes (January 2014)
  • 2.APA Science Policy News: February 2014
    This newsletter addresses APA's grassroots advocacy platform, the Federal Budget Blog, updates on research, training and clinical work at Dept. of Veterans Affairs, the Friends of VA Medical Care and Health Research advocacy activities on Capitol Hill, science of behavior change, joint NIH council meeting, winter meeting of the NIMH advisory council and the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute research funding announcements.
    Newsletter - Science Policy Insider News (February 2014)
  • 3.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)
  • 4.PracticeUpdate — May 12, 2011
    Articles featured include: physician definition bills, Get Blogging: The benefits and practicalities of getting started, proposed specialty guidelines for forensic psychology and prevention science and practice guidelines.
    Newsletter - Practice Update (May 2011)
  • 5.PracticeUpdate - Oct. 27, 2011
    The articles in this newsletter discuss medicare reimbursement, health care reform law, and self-injurious behavior.
    Newsletter - Practice Update (October 2011)
  • 6.March 2014 ITPI
    This newsletter addresses LGBT Health Awareness Week, APA-ABA National Conference, the 2nd National Children's Mental Health Summit, LGBT Concerns, kids health, the importance of building positive relationships with students, APA’s Grassroots advocacy platform, Amalia Corby-Edwards' federal policy initiatives role, paid sick days legislation and Minority Fellowship Program's budget increase.
    Newsletter - In the Public Interest (March 2014)
  • 7.APA Access — Feb. 11, 2014
    This newsletter addresses the APA Federal Action Network, HIV and mental health, Congress support in increasing investment in graduate psychology education, Good Governance Project, MedEdPORTAL database, psychology’s role in managing chronic pain, webinars for students, APA 2014 board and committee nominations, a primer for ICD-10-CM users, obsessive–compulsive disorder, the neuroscience of risky decision making, APA's Professional Development Training Institute, and calls for nominations and applications.
    Newsletter - APA Access (February 2014)
  • 8.Progress Notes: 2014
    The 2014 Society of Pediatric Psychology Annual Conference; the story behind the Mary Jo Kupst Trainee Grant for Research in Resilience; Candidates for president and members-at-large and more.
    Newsletter - Progress Notes (January 2014)
  • 9.CYF News: Spring 2012
    In this issue: the nation's childhood obesity epidemic, the Center for Youth and Wellness, Neurocognitive impacts for children of poverty and neglect, evidence-based home visiting to enhance child health and child development, the intersection of family and community resilience to enhance mental health among Latino children, and more.
    Newsletter - CYF News (July 2012)
  • 10.APA Access — July 24, 2013
    This newsletter addresses racial prejudice and stereotyping, warning signs of depression in youth, APA-ABA National Conference, Defense of Marriage Act, the launch of APA’s unique journal, APA Insurance Trust business relationship with APA, 2013 APA Annual Convention, PsycCareers LIVE, internet sex offenders, psychological resilience in military personnel, children with developmental disabilities, group psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, CE workshops and calls for nominations, awards and applications.
    Newsletter - APA Access (July 2013)
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Results 110 of 90 for "Newsletter"X related to "Building resilience from the grassroots..."