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President’s Column

Alex Rothman, PhD What makes a professional society successful? Is it the number of members it attracts?  Although membership size may be a marker of success, numbers alone are likely not sufficient.  In a successful society, members are active and engaged, demonstrating directly and indirectly with their efforts that they support the goals and mission of the organization and are willing to be part of … Continue reading President’s Column

From the Editor’s Desk

Andrea Bradford, PhD This issue marks the second anniversary of The Health Psychologist as a web-based publication! I would like to extend heartfelt appreciation and thanks to Barbara Keeton, Keith Cooke at APA Division Services, Alex Rothman, Jerry Suls, and our many recent contributors for their essential support to turn our updated newsletter concept into a reality and sustain its growth. I’m also delighted to … Continue reading From the Editor’s Desk

Candidate Statements: President-Elect

William B. Gunn Jr., PhD Assistant Professor, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth I am honored and excited to be nominated for President-Elect of Division 38-Society for Health Psychology. The Society, as a leader in health care reform, is uniquely positioned to influence how psychologists contribute to better health care outcomes for patients and families. The Society promotes cutting-edge health science research and its application … Continue reading Candidate Statements: President-Elect

Candidate Statements: Member-at-Large

Teresa E. Fecteau, PhD Health Psychologist, Durham VA Medical Center Assistant Professor, Duke University Medical Center I have long been interested in actively serving the Society for Health Psychology (SfHP), an organization that has afforded me opportunities for collaboration, continuing education, and professional development. Recently serving as Program Chair for Division programming for the 2015 APA Convention was immensely gratifying and solidified my desire to … Continue reading Candidate Statements: Member-at-Large

Jack Carr Recognized for Distinguished Professional Contributions to Institutional Practice

We have recently been informed by the APA Board of Professional Affairs that John “Jack” Carr, PhD, ABPP has been awarded the 2016 APA Award for Distinguished Professional Contributions to Institutional Practice. This is a highly selective award recognizing outstanding practitioners in psychology. Dr. Carr is especially recognized for his long-standing contributions of psychology within medical centers. He was one of the early proponents and … Continue reading Jack Carr Recognized for Distinguished Professional Contributions to Institutional Practice