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  • APPIC Uniform Notification Date

    At least 43 Child and Pediatric Postdoctoral Programs are participating in the APPIC Uniform Notification Date.

  • JPP Special Issue: Call for Papers

    Special Issue on Neural Processes and Pediatric Health

    Guest Editors: Chad Jensen, PhD and Jeff Schatz, PhD

  • New Board Members

    The Society of Pediatric Psychology is pleased to announce new Board members, effective January 1, 2017. In doing so, SPP gratefully acknowledges the service of outgoing Board members

  • Bylaws Amendment Vote Underway

    The Society of Pediatric Psychology (SPP) distributed a bylaws amendment ballot to its voting members  with a 60-day voting period. The ballot will close on Jan. 1, 2016.

  • Undergraduate Student Spotlight Award Winner

    Maria Khan is recognized as an outstanding student who has made contributions to the field of pediatric psychology through research and volunteerism.

  • SPP Workforce Survey

    The Society of Pediatric Psychology (SPP) Workforce Survey will be a great source of information about pediatric psychologists' training, employment and work satisfaction.

  • e-Health Interventions in Pediatric Psychology: Division 54 Task Force Survey Results

    Overall respondents expressed great interest in further training in e-health, telepsychology, mobile mhealth and ethical/legal issues across technologies.

  • Health Care Reform

    Policy and Training Implications for Pediatric Psychology. View Dave Janicke's PowerPoint presentation here.

  • SPP Task Force on Integrated Care

    The Task Force on Integrated Care will inform SPP members about the latest developments in integrated care practices and policies and promote activities that will equip psychologists to lead services in primary care and interprofessional health care settings.

  • SPP YouTube Channel

    The Society of Pediatric Psychology (SPP) has established a YouTube channel to faciliate delivery of continuing education to members and dissemination of information about pediatric psychology to the public.

Progress Notes Summer, 2017

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