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  • APPIC Call to Action on Tele-Supervision and Tele-Training Request for Proposals

    APPIC Call to Action on Tele-Supervision and Tele-Training Request for Proposals

    The current COVID-19 public health crisis is unparalleled and the impact is significant, multi-pronged, and ongoing. Disruptions to Health Service Psychology (HSP) training in the US and Canada, at all points in the education to workforce pipeline, have occurred and will likely endure and may worsen. Similarly, it is likely there will be continued COVID-19 impacts on health service delivery, education, training, travel, in-person meetings, and public gatherings. The APPIC board of directors is aware that the HSP education and training community has already responded to COVID-19 with creativity and innovation with regard to remote, distance, and tele-based education, training, service provision, and supervision. 

    The APPIC board of directors believes that shared strategies and practices, across programs and institutions, will reduce stress and confusion and may improve outcomes for all with regard to meeting APA (2018) and CPA (2011) accreditation standards as well as APPIC membership criteria for internship and postdoctoral programs (2006, 2016, 2018, 2019). The APPIC board of directors believes that shared innovations and better practices from the HSP training community will benefit everyone in our effort to provide high quality HSP education and training amidst a global pandemic. 

    To advance this effort, APPIC has committed to funding up to $5,000 per program (for a sum total of no more than $50,000) to support projects that focus on technology, innovation,  tele-supervision, and tele-training with the goal of developing reusable and ongoing tools and products that will be shared with the HSP Training Community. 
     

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  • APPIC Call to Action on Equity, Inclusion, Diversity, Justice, and Social Responsivity Request for Proposals

    APPIC Call to Action on Equity, Inclusion, Diversity, Justice, and Social Responsivity Request for Proposals

    The profession of Health Service Psychology (HSP) has defined diversity as a competency area that is applicable across doctoral, internship and postdoctoral levels of training (APA, 2018; CPA, 2011). Systemic racism, inequality and disparities persist and true change is needed to achieve equity, inclusion, diversity, justice, and social responsivity in the HSP education and training community.

    The APPIC board of directors believes that elevating voices and strong practices from the HSP training community will benefit everyone in our community in addressing the “Racism Pandemic.” To advance this effort, APPIC will fund up to $5,000 per program (for a sum total of no more than $50,000) to support projects that develop and disseminate reusable and ongoing tools and products that focus on combatting systemic racism, inequality, and disparities and/or elevating justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion.  These tools are meant to be shared with the HSP training community.  

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Upcoming events

  • APPIC - Community Calls - 3rd Thursday - 3PM Central Time (12/17/2020 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM)

    APPIC - Community Calls - 3rd Thursday - 3PM Central Time

    An APPIC-Board moderated Community Call to facilitate dialogue among our members. We will discuss promoting trainee cohort socialization in our new virtual world. Bring your questions and your ideas!
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  • APPIC Board of Directors (12/23/2020 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM)

    APPIC Board of Directors

    APPIC Board of Directors - Board Meeting
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  • APPIC Call to Action on Tele-Supervision and Tele-Training RFP- Proposal Submission Deadline (1/22/2021) (1/22/2021)

    APPIC Call to Action on Tele-Supervision and Tele-Training RFP- Proposal Submission Deadline (1/22/2021)

    The current COVID-19 public health crisis is unparalleled and the impact is significant, multi-pronged, and ongoing. Disruptions to Health Service Psychology (HSP) training in the US and Canada, at all points in the education to workforce pipeline, have occurred and will likely endure and may worsen. Similarly, it is likely there will be continued COVID-19 impacts on health service delivery, education, training, travel, in-person meetings, and public gatherings. The APPIC board of directors is aware that the HSP education and training community has already responded to COVID-19 with creativity and innovation with regard to remote, distance, and tele-based education, training, service provision, and supervision. 

    The APPIC board of directors believes that shared strategies and practices, across programs and institutions, will reduce stress and confusion and may improve outcomes for all with regard to meeting APA (2018) and CPA (2011) accreditation standards as well as APPIC membership criteria for internship and postdoctoral programs (2006, 2016, 2018, 2019). The APPIC board of directors believes that shared innovations and better practices from the HSP training community will benefit everyone in our effort to provide high quality HSP education and training amidst a global pandemic. 

    To advance this effort, APPIC has committed to funding up to $5,000 per program (for a sum total of no more than $50,000) to support projects that focus on technology, innovation,  tele-supervision, and tele-training with the goal of developing reusable and ongoing tools and products that will be shared with the HSP Training Community. 
     

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  • APPIC Call to Action on Equity, Inclusion, Diversity, Justice, and Social Responsivity RFP- Proposal Submission Deadline (1/22/2021) (1/22/2021)

    APPIC Call to Action on Equity, Inclusion, Diversity, Justice, and Social Responsivity RFP- Proposal Submission Deadline (1/22/2021)

    The profession of Health Service Psychology (HSP) has defined diversity as a competency area that is applicable across doctoral, internship and postdoctoral levels of training (APA, 2018; CPA, 2011). Systemic racism, inequality and disparities persist and true change is needed to achieve equity, inclusion, diversity, justice, and social responsivity in the HSP education and training community.

    The APPIC board of directors believes that elevating voices and strong practices from the HSP training community will benefit everyone in our community in addressing the “Racism Pandemic.” To advance this effort, APPIC will fund up to $5,000 per program (for a sum total of no more than $50,000) to support projects that develop and disseminate reusable and ongoing tools and products that focus on combatting systemic racism, inequality, and disparities and/or elevating justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion.  These tools are meant to be shared with the HSP training community.  

    Read more
  • APPIC Call to Action on Tele-Supervision and Tele-Training RFP- Grant Progress Reports Deadline (6/30/2021) (6/30/2021)

    APPIC Call to Action on Tele-Supervision and Tele-Training RFP- Grant Progress Reports Deadline (6/30/2021)

    The current COVID-19 public health crisis is unparalleled and the impact is significant, multi-pronged, and ongoing. Disruptions to Health Service Psychology (HSP) training in the US and Canada, at all points in the education to workforce pipeline, have occurred and will likely endure and may worsen. Similarly, it is likely there will be continued COVID-19 impacts on health service delivery, education, training, travel, in-person meetings, and public gatherings. The APPIC board of directors is aware that the HSP education and training community has already responded to COVID-19 with creativity and innovation with regard to remote, distance, and tele-based education, training, service provision, and supervision. 

    The APPIC board of directors believes that shared strategies and practices, across programs and institutions, will reduce stress and confusion and may improve outcomes for all with regard to meeting APA (2018) and CPA (2011) accreditation standards as well as APPIC membership criteria for internship and postdoctoral programs (2006, 2016, 2018, 2019). The APPIC board of directors believes that shared innovations and better practices from the HSP training community will benefit everyone in our effort to provide high quality HSP education and training amidst a global pandemic. 

    To advance this effort, APPIC has committed to funding up to $5,000 per program (for a sum total of no more than $50,000) to support projects that focus on technology, innovation,  tele-supervision, and tele-training with the goal of developing reusable and ongoing tools and products that will be shared with the HSP Training Community. 
     

    Read more