Tag Archives: Fall 2014

New Fellows and ABPP Specialists in Clinical Health Psychology

Congratulate our distinguished fellows and board certified specialists named in 2014

2015 Convention Update

The Division 38 Program Chair for 2015 offers a preview of next year’s convention program

From the Student Council Representatives

Our active student council expands their reach

Early Career Professionals Corner

Navigating ethics as an early career psychologist

Call for Nominations

Nominate your outstanding Division 38 colleagues to be honored for their contributions

Call for Fellows

Interested in applying for APA Fellow status for the first time, through Division 38? Read on.

President’s Column

Kim Dixon, PhD I have been involved with Division 38 for many, many years, but I must say that the energy among our membership at present is palpable. Much of the credit for this renewed energy goes to our immediate Past-President, Kevin Masters, whose presidential initiatives focused on inclusion and engagement within the Division. As […]
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From the Editor’s Desk

Andrea Bradford, Ph.D. As the lone psychologist in an academic medical department, I find that connecting to my colleagues in Division 38 is energizing. But never am I happier to be a part of this tremendous group than when I learn more about the exciting work that other health psychologists are doing. As examples, right […]
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Integrated Care at the Center for Psychology and Health

Doug Tynan, Ph.D., ABPP Director of Integrated Health Care, American Psychological Association As APA advanced the professional role of psychology within the reformed health care system, it became clear that integrated care would be a priority. The Affordable Care Act is now moving well into its fourth year, and its provisions will have a direct […]
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Health Policy Update: Panel-Based Behavioral Primary Care

Panel-based primary care: What is it and how do we achieve it?