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  • 1.How Do We Conduct a Program Review?
    List of web resources on how to conduct a program review.
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  • 2.Peer Review: When and How Will the NIH Process Change?
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  • 3.Archive — Peer Review
    The process of scientific peer review ensures that research proposals with the highest scientific merit receive funding from federal agencies.
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  • 4.Peer Review
    APA advocacy efforts related to the process of peer review, ensuring that only those research proposals with the highest scientific merit receive funding from federal agencies.
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  • 5.Peer Review
    Feedback from colleagues with similar backgrounds, expertise, and knowledge can be a valuable asset. Positive peer reviews contribute to increased funding opportunities, academic advancement, and a good reputation. On the other hand, peer reviewers can fall prey to bias, both positive and negative.
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  • 6.Program Review
    Winter, spring/summer and fall cycle review schedules for accredited programs, self-study instructions and due dates, the business associate agreement, accreditation workshops for site visitors and program directors, criteria, policies, report templates, and other useful information for CoA site visitors, accreditation fees, important accreditation dates and more.
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  • 7.Review of Public Comments on Site Visitor Changes Complete
    The CoA has reviewed the comments received regarding potential changes to section 3.1 of the Accreditation Operating Procedures (AOP) regarding site visitor selection and the definition of the generalist visitor for doctoral programs.
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  • 8.Review a Manuscript for Continuing Education or Service Credits
    This page describes how to become eligible to receive continuing education credits for reviewing journal manuscripts.
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  • 9.Task Force on Patient-centered Medical Homes: How Psychologists Enhance Outcomes and Reduce Costs
    This task force was established in 2014 by APA President Nadine Kaslow, PhD, will evaluate data demonstrating the extent to which psychologists in patient-centered medical homes are “value added” to enhance patient and family behavioral and physical health outcomes.
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  • 10.Behavioral Researchers Defend Peer Review and their Research
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