Member-at-Large Candidate: Adrienne Williams

It is an honor to be nominated to serve as Member-at-Large for the Society for Health Psychology (SfHP). I am an Associate Professor of Clinical Family Medicine at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine where I supervise and educate family medicine residents, psychologists, psychology interns, and LCSWs.  Clinically, I specialize in sexuality and gender, focusing on sexual trauma, sexual dysfunctions, and gender-affirming … Continue reading Member-at-Large Candidate: Adrienne Williams

Division Representative to APA Council Candidate: Julie Radico

It would be my honor to serve as a Representative to the APA Council for the Society for Health Psychology (SfHP). I would steadfastly serve as an advocate for SfHP. I have been active in SfHP since 2015, and I am currently serving SfHP in roles as Program Chair for the 2020 APA Convention, on the Early Career Psychologist (ECP) Council, and on The Health … Continue reading Division Representative to APA Council Candidate: Julie Radico

Division Representative to APA Council Candidate: Amy Williams

SfHP’s role in APA and in the country is to support and advance the profession of Health Psychology in the clinic, research labs, APA, and political realm. I am compelled to represent and engage SfHP membership in advocacy for our profession at all tables. I would be honored to be elected and serve as Council Representative for SfHP at the APA Council of Representatives. As … Continue reading Division Representative to APA Council Candidate: Amy Williams

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The E-mail That Changed My Life

Zeeshan Butt, PhD Associate Professor, Medical Social Sciences, Surgery (Organ Transplantation), & Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine   In November 2010, I got an e-mail that changed my life. For those of you who don’t know me yet, I’m not prone to hyperbole. The e-mail in question was from the Society’s President, Chris France, and our Administrative Officer, Barbara Keeton, letting me … Continue reading The E-mail That Changed My Life

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The Call From Dr. Sanjay Gupta, CNN Chief Medical Correspondent

Valeria Martinez-Kaigi, PhD, M.Sc. Associate Research Scientist Yale School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry   Okay, so I haven’t received a call from my academic hero Dr. Sanjay Gupta, but at least the headline got your attention. Most academics can relate to the first time they saw their “academic crush” at a conference, a researcher who authored a seminal journal article or a leader in … Continue reading The Call From Dr. Sanjay Gupta, CNN Chief Medical Correspondent