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Web Page - gradPSYCH (April 2012)4.Practice Directorate Helps to Promote Mechanisms for MobilityProfessional mobility for psychologists (as well as for other health professionals) has not kept pace with advances in technology such as telehealth.Web Page 5.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)6.State Leadership Conference 2010Held March 6-9, 2010 in Washington, DC the 27th Annual State Leadership Conference, welcomed psychology leaders from every state and several Canadian provinces and U.S. territories, as well as from many APA divisions and the APA Graduate Students. The State Leadership Conference (SLC) is the annual advocacy training conference for leaders in professional psychology practice. This year’s theme, the power of advocacy, comes less from the message than the relationship in which the message is embedded.Web Page 7.CESA Presents the 2nd Annual Conference for Continuing Education Sponsors (ACCES)This conference will allow participants the opportunity to expand their knowledge of marketing techniques, best practices in CE and promoting competency in continued professional development, speak to CESA staff and committee members on site, network with other CE administrators, participate in an open forum, and much more. Web Page 8.Programs in the Office of Ethnic Minority Affairs Job bank services which assist employers seeking to hire ethnic minority psychologists, ethnic minority psychological associations such as CNPAAEMI, recruitment retention and training like the Diversity Project 2000 and Beyond, psychology and ethnic minority serving institutions, promoting psychological research and training on health disparities issues, and more.Web Page 9.Executive OfficeThe APA Executive Office is responsible for the implementation of APA policies and the management of the day-to-day functions of the association, as well as several key programs: American Psychological Association of Graduate Students, Ethics Office, International Affairs, Staff Initiatives and Affirmative Action Policy.Web Page 10.APA Social Media and Mobile AppsAPA uses social media to share its research, psychology news, and other information with members and the public.Web Page Previous 1 2 3 ... 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