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  • 1.February 2013 Communique
    This newsletter addresses psychologists of color, failure to increase diversity on the Council of Representatives, Division 45's name change, 2013 Tomes Awards, Memoranda of Understanding, Boards and Committees call for nominations, National Institute of Justice Grants funding, Dr. Patricia Arredondo Day, student opportunties and calls for awards, nominations and papers.
    Newsletter - Communique (February 2013)
  • 2.APA Access — Jan. 29, 2013
    In this issue: plans to reduce gun violence, mental health issues facing immigrants, Interdivisional Grants, support of CEDAW ratification, members defeat proposed bylaws amendments, APA to publish seven new journals, nominations sought for APA governance positions, and APA awards.
    Newsletter - APA Access (January 2013)
  • 3.The Psychoanalytic Activist: Spring 2012
    In this issue: A message from the editor, notes from the occupy movement, the meaning of race for immigrants, evaluating asylum seekers, and psychoanalytic activism and immigrants.
    Newsletter - The Psychoanalytic Activist (April 2012)
  • 4.APA Access - Apr. 25, 2012
    Articles in this newsletter discuss the convention, military families, mental health outcomes, USA Science Expo, reducing absenteeism, veterans’ research funding, APAGS election, doctorate in psychology and autism spectrum disorders.
    Newsletter - APA Access (April 2012)
  • 5.APA Access — Feb. 12, 2013
    This newsletter addresses PsyTalk video on how babies learn, Center for Psychology and Health, David J. Martin, APA's magazines apps, assessment and treatment of veterans with PTSD, dream work in practice, cognition and brain development, professional development training institute, and calls for nominations and applications.
    Newsletter - APA Access (February 2013)
  • 6.APA Access - Mar. 27, 2012
    The articles in this newsletter discuss mental health care treatment for immigrants, healthy workplace, anti-bullying, national HIV/AIDS strategy, diversity in the biomedical research workforce, protections for LGBT students, call for nominations, and avoiding ethical missteps.
    Newsletter - APA Access (March 2012)
  • 7.SES Indicator: Winter 2012
    This issue highlights stigma among Chinese immigrant caregivers, farewell to Dr. Gonzalez and Dr. Reimers, CSES leadership awards, events and announcements.
    Newsletter - The SES Indicator (December 2012)
  • 8.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)
  • 9.Psychoanalytic Activist: Spring 2011
    Psychoanalytic Activist: Spring 2011
    Newsletter - The Psychoanalytic Activist (March 2011)
  • 10.Spotlight on Disability Newsletter: November 2013
    This newsletter addresses disability identity, the VA Polytrauma System of Care, disability in acute-care settings, health care disparities in the deaf community, universal design, Public Interest Government Relations update, end of year wrap-up, Disability Issues in Psychology Office 2013 activities, Rehabilitation Psychology's Annual Conference, Association for Women in Psychology Conference, Scott and Paul Pearsall Scholarship, Distinguished Contributions to the Advancement of Disability Issues in Psychology Award, and seeking mentors for the Disability Mentoring Program.
    Newsletter - Spotlight on Disability (November 2013)
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Results 110 of 65 for "Newsletter"X related to "In brief--Access to care is scarce for..."