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  • 1.How do psychologists work with human rights abuse victims?
    Psychologists help victims of forced migration, torture and trauma within international organizations, providing support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender populations, documenting human rights abuses and providing referrals for follow-up medical care.
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  • 2.Physician Quality Reporting System: Questions and Answers for Psychologists
    PQRS is a voluntary reporting program that provides a financial incentive for certain health care professionals, including psychologists, who participate in Medicare to submit data on specified quality measures.
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  • 3.What it Means to be a Public Education Campaign Member
    Frequently asked questions about being a member of the Public Education Campaign, including a list of materials available.
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  • 4.How do you cite a source that you found in another source?
    Provides APA Style guidelines for citing secondary sources, such as providing them in the reference list, naming the original work, and giving a citation for them. An example is provided.
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  • 5.FAQs for the 2013-2014 Leadership Institute for Women in Psychology
    Explains why the 2013 LIWP program is targeting mid-career women at the rank of associate or clinical associate professor level or above, if assistant professors in academic and academic medical settings are eligible to apply, why mid-career women in clinical and consulting settings must work at least half-time in practice or consultation to be considered, and other frequently asked questions.
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  • 6.About Accreditation
    The kinds of doctoral and internship programs accredited by the APA, why accreditation is important, and the difference between APA accreditation and institutional accreditation.
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  • 7.Can psychologists prescribe medications for their patients?
    Only some psychologists can prescribe medications--learn about efforts to expand prescriptive authority.
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  • 8.What is accreditation?
    Accreditation is public notification that an institution or program meets standards of quality set forth by an accrediting agency and is committed to self-study and external review to enhance the quality of education and training provided.
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  • 9.What is APA's definition of "psychologist"?
    Psychologists have a doctoral degree in psychology from an organized, sequential program in a regionally accredited university or professional school.
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  • 10.Frequently Asked Questions about Institutional Review Boards
    The IRB reviews the proposals before a project is submitted to a funding agency to determine if the research project follows the ethical principles and federal regulations for the protection of human subjects.
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