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  • 1.Science Policy Insider News: July 2011
    In this issue: the debt ceiling/deficit reduction debate, tobacco products amendments, pilot fatigue, research funding, policy day, drug and veterans treatment courts, patient-centered outcomes research institute, attacks on NIH research and the NSF funding bill.
    Newsletter - Science Policy Insider News (July 2011)
  • 2.Science Policy Insider News: August 2010
    In this issue: Autism Research Plan, K-12 science education framework, public access to federally funded research, Tobacco Products Scientific Advisory Committee and legislative updates.
    Newsletter - Science Policy Insider News (August 2010)
  • 3.APA Science Policy News: November 2012
    This newsletter addesses the 2012 election, new associate director of extramural research, no new substance use, abuse, and addiction research institute, PCORI's funding of methodology research, fiscal cliff, Tobacco Products Scientific Advisory Committee, and APA's Executive Branch Science Fellowship .
    Newsletter - APA Science Policy News (November 2012)
  • 4.APA Science Policy News: December 2013
    This newsletter addresses gun violence precursors and solutions, Stand for Science District Campaign, ban on menthol flavoring in tobacco products, update on National Institute on Drug Abuse coalition, Executive Branch Science Fellowship Program, APA Federal Budget Blog and federal research funding opportunities for psychology.
    Newsletter - APA Science Policy News (December 2013)
  • 5.APA Science Policy News: May 2013
    This newsletter addresses the APA federal budget blog, research on police lineups, STEM education, NIH tightening budgets, National Institute on Drug Abuse, Modified Risk Tobacco Products and comparative effectiveness research.
    Newsletter - APA Science Policy News (May 2013)
  • 6.APA Science Policy News: January 2013
    This newsletter addresses the National Alzheimer's Plan, increasing diversity of scientific workforce, NICHD's 50th anniversary, LGBTI health research, NIH substance abuse research, social and behavioral science community, and a Tobacco Regulatory Science Fellowship.
    Newsletter - APA Science Policy News (January 2013)
  • 7.APA Science Policy News: January 2014
    This newsletter addresses the Federal Budget Blog, “off the record” meetings with federal officials, NIH’s Center for Scientific Review early career reviewers, federal research funding opportunities in psychology and the Shifting demographics of tobacco use among findings of new surgeon general’s report.
    Newsletter - APA Science Policy News (January 2014)
  • 8.January 2013 ITPI
    This newsletter includes articles about Dr. Allen M. Omoto, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s plea at APA's 1967 aqnnual convention, the Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting, intimate partner violence, reducing tobacco health disparities, rights of persons with disabilities, the LGBT health meeting, National Convening on Fair Sentencing of Youth and graduate student policy interns.
    Newsletter - In the Public Interest (January 2013)
  • 9.APA Science Policy News: July 2012
    Articles in this newsletter discuss pilot projects program grants awards for mental health research, Summer Science Fellows visit to Capitol Hill, Congressional Science Exhibition anniversary, congressional briefing on HIV/AIDS and substance abuse and tobacco control.
    Newsletter - APA Science Policy News (July 2012)
  • 10.Science Policy Insider News: October 2010
    In this issue: APA nominates psychologists for health advisory groups; House convenes hearing on neuroscience research and military populations; FDA considers Role of menthol in cigarette smoking behavior; and FAA advisory group affirms need for more attention to human factors.
    Newsletter - Science Policy Insider News (October 2010)
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