Progress Notes

Newsletter of the Society of Pediatric Psychology 2020, Volume 44, Issue 6
PRESIDENT'S MESSAGEJennifer Shroff Pendley, Ph.D.
Diversity Corner
COVID-19, Race, and Pediatric Psychology

COVID-19 disproportionately harms persons, including children, of color. Learn ways you can make change for them.

APA Convention 2021
APA Convention Proposals Due January 12!

Submit proposals for the 2021 APA Convention with SPP's theme, "Diversity in Pediatric Psychology: Roles Attained, Patients Served, and Training Approaches Applied."

History Spotlight
Milton Shore: An Advocate, Visionary, and Determined Psychologist Contributing to Pediatric Psychology

Discover the many ways Milton Shore was a forceful advocate for children, adolescents, and their families.

Call for Nominations
Nominate SPP Board of Directors

It's not too late! Submit nominations of peer faculty and staff for SPP's Board of Directors.

On the Student Front - Year in Review
A Note from Your Outgoing Representative

Read Carolina Bejarano's reflections on the past year as SPP's Student Representative.

On the Student Front - Awards
2020 Student Grants and Awards Winners

Congratulate Caroline Roberts, Andrea Fidler, Kelly Rea, Christina Sharkey, Katelyn Boerner, Tessa Kritikos, and Danielle DeVille for their award-winning projects.

Introducing our New Student Advisory Board Members

Meet the new members of the SAB who will be beginning their terms January 1, 2021.

Consider Applying for the American Board of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology

The primary objective of the ABCCAP Board Certification process is to recognize, certify, and promote competence in the specialty.