Journal of Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology highlights

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By Jennifer Shroff Pendley
Be on the look-out for our special issue on evidence-based interventions. As a reminder, this issue will be in tandem with and will complement the systematic reviews in the Journal of Pediatric Psychology’s special issue. The special issues will arrive next fall. We want to thank Bryan Carter for his tireless work on this issue.
In addition, CPPP has a new call for papers for a special issue on best training practices in pediatric psychology, focusing on illustrations of best practices within a specific competency cluster area (e.g., interpersonal, science, professionalism, systems) and/or by training level (e.g., postdoctoral training). Please direct inquiries about this special issue to Tonya Palermo.
We are also soliciting additional papers on training issues and quality improvement. If you have questions regarding the appropriateness of your manuscript, please email Paul Robins for training or Jennifer Schurman for quality improvement.
We have scheduled an editorial board meeting at APA. Currently, the meeting is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 9, 2014, at 1 p.m., in the Marriott Marquis Farragut North meeting room. But please double check the schedule at the time of the convention. We hope to see you there.