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Therefore, APA adopts the following guidelines for the use of APA copyrighted content.Web Page 3.Advocacy for CaregiversTools for psychologists for participation in the public policy process on behalf of family caregivers, an overview of key caregiving legislation, resources for psychologists interested in advocating on the behalf of family caregivers, and profiles of psychologists as policy advocates and program developers whoose work has a profound effect on the daily life of family caregivers.Web Page (January 2011)4.OEMA Convention ActivitiesAPA President Melba J. T. Vasquez, PhD introduced Congresswoman Grace Napolitano, featured keynote speaker at the 19th Annual Invitational Breakfast. The theme 'Psychology and Racial/Ethnic Mental Health Disparities: Engaging the Public Policy Debate' focused on congressional efforts.Web Page 5.Public Interest Directorate MissionWe apply the science and practice of psychology to the fundamental problems of human welfare and the promotion of equitable and just treatment of all segments of society through education, training, and public policy in the areas of aging, AIDS, children, families, disability, ethnic minority affairs, LGBT concerns, socioeconomic status, violence prevention, women's programs and work, stress and health.Web Page 6.Policy and Advocacy Issues on HIV/AIDSThe Office on AIDS collaborates with the APA Public Policy Office to develop national policy on HIV/AIDS, behavioral science, and mental health service delivery. Information pertaining to HIV/AIDS Advocacy issues are routinely developed and distributed to APA members, members of Congress, and federal agency officials.Web Page 7.Coalition for Psychology in Schools and EducationThe coalition brings together interested psychologists to promote and make publicly accessible applications of the research that psychology has developed to assist the nation in improving the quality of public and private pre-K to 12 education. Web Page 8.APA AdvocacyAPA advocacy is guided by the philosophy that public policy should be based on available scientific knowledge, and that psychological research can contribute to the formulation of sound public policy to address specific social problems and improve human welfare.Web Page 9.Public Interest Government Relations OfficeThe Public Interest Government Relations Office actively engages in shaping federal policy to promote psychology in the public interest. Issue areas include: aging; children, youth and families; individuals with disabilities; ethnic minority affairs; HIV/AIDS; lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues; socioeconomic status; and women’s issues.Web Page 10.Decision MakingPsychological research on decision making in the context of juries, financial advice, business, industry, and the environment.Web Page Previous 1 2 3 ... Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: ADVERTISEMENT Results 1–10 of 2989 for "Web Page"X related to "Making a safe school environment for..."