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Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: 1.Psychologists on the Hill: Grassroots efforts and new PAC aid legislative advocacyThe APA Practice Organization’s political action committee gives psychologists the opportunity to build crucial relationships with key members of Congress who will support APAPO’s legislative advocacy agenda.Newsletter Article - Practice Update (April 2013)2.APAPO-PAC is crucial for Medicare payment reformAPAPO-PAC is dedicated to supporting candidates who are friends of psychology in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, and to building crucial relationships with key members of Congress who will support the APA Practice Organization’s legislative advocacy agenda.Newsletter Article - Practice Update (September 2013)3.NIH moves toward creation of a new addictions instituteReorganization will improve how NIH manages research into substance use, abuse and addiction, and will have an impact on mental health research and behavioral and neuroscience funding.Newsletter Article - Psychological Science Agenda (December 2010)4.SMRB votes on reorganization of Substance Use, Abuse, and Addiction research The NIH Scientific Management Review Board (SMRB) received the final report of the Substance, Use, Abuse, and Addiction (SUAA) Working Group. Newsletter Article - Science Policy Insider News (September 2010)5.NIH SUAA Task Force begins portfolio reviews for SUAA reorganizationA Substance Use, Abuse, and Addiction (SUAA) Task Force will oversee the planned reorganization of substance use research at NIH.Newsletter Article - Science Policy Insider News (February 2011)6.NIH task force begins planning for new addictions instituteAPA presses for an open reorganization process with input from external scientists.Newsletter Article - Psychological Science Agenda (March 2011)7.NIH director announces reorganization of substance use, abuse and addiction researchA new institute will include the research of the National Institute on Drug Abuse and the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.Newsletter Article - Science Policy Insider News (November 2010)8.Scientific Management Review Board Continues Deliberating Substance Use ResearchThe NIH Scientific Management Review Board met to review the recommendations of the Substance Use Abuse and Addiction Working group and to approve principles developed by the Deliberation of Organizational Change and Effectiveness Working Group. Insights regarding a functional or structural merger of two institutes, the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) and the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) were also provided.Newsletter Article - Science Policy Insider News (May 2010)9.NIH reorganization of addictions research is delayed another yearA delay in the release of a draft plan for reorganizing substance use, abuse, and addiction research was announced by Lawrence Tabak, deputy director of the National Institutes of Health.Newsletter Article - Psychological Science Agenda (July 2011)10.Reorganization of NIH Substance Use, Abuse, and Addiction research delayedNIH Deputy Director Dr. Lawrence Tabak provided an update to the NIAAA Advisory Council on the proposed timeline for the reorganization.Newsletter Article - Science Policy Insider News (June 2011) Previous 1 2 3 ... 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