Peer-Recommended Resources: Psychology Podcasts

Welcome to Peer-Recommended Resources, where resources that are shared on the SfHP (Div38) list serve are collected and shared. To let us know what you think about this new initiative, to request a future topic, or to share other resources, please email thehealthpsychologist@gmail.com. This month, we asked members to submit suggestions for psychology related podcasts, both for professionals and patients. Thank you to all the … Continue reading Peer-Recommended Resources: Psychology Podcasts

Keeping Up with Technology: An Introduction to Creating Apps for Clinical Research Using ResearchKit

Sacha McBain, M.S . University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Pre-Doctoral Clinical Psychology Intern With approximately 77% of Americans owning a smartphone (Smith, 2017), the potential positive impact of mobile technologies on health and access to care are exciting and varied. Mobile health apps, also known as “mHealth,” represent a growing sector of apps available in the Apple App Store and in Google Play, with a … Continue reading Keeping Up with Technology: An Introduction to Creating Apps for Clinical Research Using ResearchKit

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Early Career Professionals Corner: Defining Your Strengths and Areas for Growth as an ECP

By Stephanie Hooker, PhD, MPH As a psychology trainee, I was always working toward the next step. Whether it be finishing my thesis, studying for comprehensive exams, applying to internship, or writing my dissertation, the direction of my career was clearly laid out for me. As soon as I received my PhD, that path became much less clear. Suddenly, I did not have anyone telling … Continue reading Early Career Professionals Corner: Defining Your Strengths and Areas for Growth as an ECP