Journal Update

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Updates from the Journal of Pediatric Psychology Editor-in-Chief, Tonya Palermo, PhD July 2021  Happy summer! The journal has been busy over this first half of the year. In addition to the routine business of…

History Spotlight

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In Memoriam: Significant Contributor to Pediatric Psychology in Child Maltreatment Issues: William N. Friedrich, PhD, ABPP (1951-2005) By Sarah T. Trane, PhD, ABPP, and Michael C. Roberts, PhD, ABPP    William (Bill) N. Friedrich, PhD, ABPP…

In Memoriam

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Jerome Kagan: Conceptual Contributor to Pediatric Psychology By Michael C Roberts   Jerome Kagan, PhD, has been cited as a conceptual contributor to the early development of the notions of pediatric psychology…

Student Spotlight

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The 2020-2021 Pediatric Psychology Virtual Application Cycle: Trainee Preferences, Outcomes, & Future Directions  Author(s): Sahar. S. Eshtehardi, M.S., Andrea L. Fidler, M.S., M.P.H., Kelly E. Rea, M.S., Clarissa Shields, M.A., MaryJane S.…

SIG Update

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Our SIG has also been working on many initiatives to support our mission of providing assessment and treatment resources related to pediatric diabetes, increasing collaborative opportunities among clinicians and researchers, promoting integrated team approaches to the medical management of youth with diabetes and…

APA Scholars Award

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Idia Thurston, PhD  I am thrilled to announce this year’s winners of the APA Scholar’s Award. This award covers registration fees for the 2021 APA annual conference and pairs winners…

SPP Launches New Platforms

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In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) SPP has launched a new membership database and website. In the new database, you can: Update your contact information and demographic details View your…

APA CONFERENCE 2021 UPDATES

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Author: Jason Boye, PhD You can now register for the APA Conference 2021. Please check out all the great Society of Pediatric Psychology presentations accepted to APA!  Support your colleagues…

SPP BOARD ELECTION RESULTS

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Congratulations to the following members on their election to the Society of Pediatric Psychology Board!     President Melissa Santos, PhD    Member at Large, Student/Trainee Development  Megan Cohen, PhD   …

Call for Nominations

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SPP Board of Directors SPP is now accepting nominations for two positions on the 2021 Board of Directors. Elections are conducted by APA and will be held in the spring…

History Spotlight

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The Society of Pediatric Psychology (SPP) celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2019. The Society of Pediatric Psychology Annual Conference (SPPAC) in New Orleans in April 2019 featured several activities to…

President’s Message

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I’ve sat down to write this message numerous times and each time, I become overwhelmed as there is so much to say, I don’t know where to start. I continue…

President’s Message

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It’s hard to believe that 2020 is coming to a close. What a year it has been!  This year has certainly not been the year I expected to have as…

LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

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In Case You Missed It Call for Nominations: Editor-elect of Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology The Society of Pediatric Psychology (SPP), Division 54 of the American Psychological Association, is seeking…

STUDENT SPOTLIGHT

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Student Spotlight: Kristine Durkin Kristine Durkin is a fifth-year graduate student in the clinical psychology doctoral program at West Virginia University under the mentorship of Christina Duncan, PhD. Durkin is…

ON THE STUDENT FRONT

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One year later: Reflections on clinical training during the COVID-19 pandemic Roughly one year ago, psychology trainees across the United States began experiencing disruptions in their training as a result…

COVID SHIFTED RESEARCH

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Refugee Family Project I am a 5th-year doctoral candidate in the Clinical Child Psychology Program at the University of Kansas and the 2019 SPP Diversity Grant recipient for my dissertation…

Board of Directors Mid-Winter Meeting

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We had a productive and inspiring two-day virtual Board of Directors meeting this past January. Much of the meeting was dedicated to strategic planning, building on the work that was…

SPP AWARDS OF DISTINCTION

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On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Society of Pediatric Psychology, please join us in congratulating our 2021 Distinguished Award Winners:   Wright Ross Salk Award for Distinguished…

VOTE FOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS

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This spring, look for the email ballot to vote for the following Division 54 2021 slate of candidates: President-Elect, Member at Large–Student/Trainee Development, Member at Large–Diversity, Secretary, and the APA…

PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE

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Happy 2019 to all of you in SPP. I cannot begin to write without thanking our Past-President, Ann Davis, whose steady wisdom and sunny disposition made for the perfect combination…

Plan to Attend SPP Programming at APA in Chicago

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The 2019 APA Annual Convention will take place August 8-11 in Chicago. The theme for this year’s Division 54 programming is “Pediatric Psychology: Recognizing the Scope and Impact of our…

Announcing SPP’s New 2020 Officers

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It is with great pleasure that we announce the new officers for 2020: President Elect Wendy Ward   Treasurer Robin Everhart   Member at Large, Continuing Education Chad Jensen  …

President’s Message

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By David Elkin, Ph.D., ABPP Last week, I had the opportunity to conduct an initial evaluation on a new patient here in our clinic, the Center for Advancement of Youth…

PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE

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By Jennifer Pendley, Ph.D. As I transition into the Presidential role for 2020, I first want to thank our Past-President, David Elkins, Ph.D., ABBP. David has made this transition easy,…

PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE

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Hello everyone! A little about me… For those of you who do not yet know me, I am an APA Fellow and Professor with tenure in the Department of Pediatrics…

Winners of Targeted Research Grants and Student Grants

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I am pleased to announce the recipient of the 2021 Society of Pediatric Psychology Targeted Research Grant. This year we had 6 applications. The following proposal was selected for funding…

ON THE STUDENT FRONT

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It is with great enthusiasm and honor that I accept the role as the new Society of Pediatric Psychology (SPP) Student Representative working alongside leaders in the profession. I consider…

SIG REPORT

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Greetings from the Sports Medicine/Orthopedics SIG! Since our inception in May 2019, our membership has grown to 24 pediatric psychologists and psychology trainees across 12 institutions. The Sports Medicine/Orthopedics SIG…

Discover What’s New with Your Professional Journals

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CPPP Update: Ringing in a New Year For those of you on SoMe, you will notice that we just dropped our first infographic to highlight a featured article from the December…

ABCCAP BOARD CERTIFICATION

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Board Certification by ABCCAP is intended to certify that the successful candidate has completed the educational, training and experience requirements of the specialty, including an examination designed to assess the…

APA CONVENTION 2021

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Have you submitted your Division 54 proposal for APA 2021 yet? The deadline is coming! Tuesday, January 12, is your last chance to submit a division program proposal. If you’re…

ON THE STUDENT FRONT

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New SPP Student Advisory Board Members for 2021   Sahar S. Eshtehardi University of Houston Research/Clinical Interests: Understanding the biopsychosocial mechanisms that influence adherence and health-related quality of life in…

ON THE STUDENT FRONT

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  Marion and Donald Routh Student Research Grant Winner: Caroline Roberts Institution: Oklahoma State University Title: Assessing the Contributions of Food Insecurity to Parent Food Allergy Management, Burden, and Risks…

ON THE STUDENT FRONT

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As I transition out of my role as the Student Representative for Division 54, I write in appreciation of the experiences of the past two years. I have been grateful…

DIVERSITY CORNER

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The novel virus COVID-19 disproportionately harms persons, including children, of color (Goyal et al., 2020; Shelton et al., 2020). This increased harm differentiates via the existing interpersonal, institutional, and structural/systemic…

HISTORY SPOTLIGHT

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Pediatric psychologists today may take children’s hospitals for granted, but for the most part the hospitals did not exist in large numbers or with a humane, family-centered, psychosocially supportive orientation…

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS

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Call for SPP (Division 54) Board of Director Nominations   Nominations Due January 15. SPP is now accepting nominations for six positions on the 2022 Board of Directors. Elections are conducted…

APA APPORTIONMENT BALLOT

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On November 2 you will receive a personalized email from APA regarding the 2020 apportionment. Please complete this ballot when you receive it and please consider giving all 10 of…

APA CONVENTION 2021

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CALL FOR NOMINATIONS

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Call for SPP (Division 54) Board of Director Nominations   Nominations Due January 15. SPP is now accepting nominations for six positions on the 2022 Board of Directors. Elections are conducted…

NEW DIVISION 54 FELLOWS

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New Division 54 Fellows   Robyn Mehlenbeck, Ph.D. Robyn Mehlenbeck, Ph.D., is a Clinical Child and Adolescent board-certified psychologist who specializes in working with children with medical conditions, utilizing a…

Discover What’s New with Your Professional Journals

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CPPP Update: A Year of Challenges and Changes  By Jennifer Verrill Schurman, Ph.D., CPPP Editor  Since my last update in January 2020, we have experienced many challenges as a Society and a profession, which I…

vSPPAC 2021

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By Christopher C. Cushing, Ph.D. vSPPAC 2021 Chair Emily F. Law, Ph.D. vSPPAC 2021 Co-Chair We enthusiastically invite you to submit your work to vSPPAC 2021 and to register quickly…

SPPAC 2021

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By Christopher Cushing, Ph.D. SPPAC 2021 Conference Chair and Emily Law, Ph.D. SPPAC 2021 Conference Co-Chair Members of SPP, There will be an annual conference in 2021! Details are still…

SIG REPORT

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Once thought of as an “alternative” approach, techniques and practices such as meditation and mindfulness have been popularized in mainstream Western society. With the COVID-19 outbreak, meditation and mindfulness have…

HISTORY SPOTLIGHT

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The Society of Pediatric Psychology historically has valued mentoring the next generation of pediatric psychologists. Since 2004 the SPP Mentoring Project has been a member benefit with ongoing support from…

NEW OFFICERS

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President Elect Laura Simons, Ph.D. Member-At-Large for Membership Eleanor Mackey, Ph.D.      

ON THE STUDENT FRONT

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Aligned with the Board of Directors, the SPP Student Advisory Board is committed to growth and improvement pertaining to diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice. This year we have outlined…

DIVERSITY CORNER

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Anti-Racism Workgroup On June 23, we launched our Anti-Racism workgroup with over 120 SPP members participating. The goal of this workgroup is to bring SPP members together to address issues…

SPP Narratives on Racial Trauma and Justice

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By Meghan Walls, Psy.D., Electronic Communications Editor and Idia Thurston, Ph.D., Member at Large, Student/Trainee Development The Society of Pediatric Psychology’s mission is to actively promote the health and psychological…

Society of Pediatric Psychology Mission and Vision Statements

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During the Board of Directors Winter meeting, and in subsequent meetings since, the vision and mission of the Society of Pediatric Psychology was updated to reflect our values and direction…

The Passing of a Pediatric Psychology Pioneer: Dorothea M. Ross

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Dorothea M. Ross, Ph.D., was a leading founder of the Society of Pediatric Psychology (SPP). Born in 1923, she passed away May 7, 2019. Dr. Ross served as the Secretary-Treasurer…

International Collaboration Award Short Report

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By Hadas Nahman-Averbuch, Ph.D. Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center I am grateful to the Society of Pediatric Psychology who granted me the International Collaboration Award. I visited Dr. Abbie Jordan’s…

HISTORY SPOTLIGHT

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Andrea M. Garcia, M.A., Michael C. Roberts, Ph.D., ABPP, and Christina M. Amaro, Ph.D. In addition to a strong interest in pediatric chronic illnesses, many of the early editors of…

APA 2020 Scholar Award Winners

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APA Scholar Awards support post-baccalaureate, graduate students, or interns to attend the APA annual convention. This year, funds may be used for travel to other meetings. We are excited to announce…

SPP AWARDS OF DISTINCTION

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Carolyn S. Schroeder Award for Outstanding Clinical Practice The Carolyn S. Schroeder Award for Outstanding Clinical Practice was given to Rachael Coakley, Ph.D., ABPP. This award recognizes excellence, innovation and leadership in…

VOTE FOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS

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Please vote by submitting the ballot APA mailed to you for the following Division 54 2020 slate of candidates: President-Elect and Member-at-Large for Membership. Ballots are generally sent around mid-April.…

2020 SPPAC CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS

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The SPPAC virtual conference was a huge success! Huge kudos to Jennifer Pendley for making the difficult decision to move virtual and pulling Wendy Ward in to guide the way.…

BOARD OF DIRECTORS MID-WINTER MEETING

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We had a productive and inspiring two-day Board of Directors meeting in Austin, Texas, this past January. Day 1 Consistent with SPP’s commitment to furthering diversity and inclusion efforts, much…

ON THE STUDENT FRONT

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Perri Tutelman is a fifth-year graduate student in the Clinical Psychology at Dalhousie University (Halifax, Canada) under the mentorship of Dr. Christine Chambers. Tutelman is recognized as an outstanding student…

SPP GRANTS & AWARDS

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Wasserman Receives SPP’s Targeted Research Grant By Avani Modi, Ph.D. I am pleased to report that the Targeted Research Grant Committee of the Society of Pediatric Psychology will fund Dr.…

Development of the Adolescent and Young Adult SIG

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By Nicole Ruppe, B.S., Jeannette Iskander, M.A., Lila Pereira, Ph.D., and Siddika Mulchan, Ph.D. The Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Special Interest Group (SIG) was created in order to address…

Discover What’s New with Your Professional Journals

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Updating Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology Reviewers: Add 3 Keywords By Jennifer Schurman, Ph.D., CPPP Editor  A new year means that it is time to update our masthead with new Editorial Board members…

JOURNAL UPDATES

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  Starting in 2020, access to both the Journal of Pediatric Psychology and Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology will default to Electronic Access Only. All members automatically have full access to all current and…

APA ANNUAL CONVENTION

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The “Call for APA 2020 Convention Proposals” is live! The submission portal for Division Programming can be found here. The convention will be held August 6 – 9 in Washington, D.C. More information…

ON THE STUDENT FRONT

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By Carolina Bejarano, MA SPP Student Representative Over the next few months, students and trainees may be preparing for interviews at various stages in their training trajectories. The Student Advisory…

INT’L COLLABORATION AWARDS

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It is with much excitement that I share updates on my two-week visit to collaborate with Dr. Liesbet Goubert at Ghent University in Belgium. We were delighted to receive the…

STUDENT ADVISORY BOARD

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New SPP Student Advisory Board Members   MaryJane Campbell / University of Utah Research Interests: Family functioning, caregiver burden in pediatric chronic illness, family-based interventions. Andrea Fidler / University of Florida…

SIG UPDATE

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Started in the summer of 2019, the Digital Health SIG is thrilled to be a part of the Society of Pediatric Psychology (SPP). Digital health is a rapidly changing field…

SPP AWARDS OF DISTINCTION

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Please remember to nominate your peer faculty and staff for the upcoming SPP awards of distinction! More about the Awards can be found here. Wright Ross Salk Award for Distinguished…

APA CYF COMMITTEE REPORT

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By Rachel Tunick APA’s Committee on Children, Youth and Families (CYF), comprised of six APA members elected for staggered three-year terms, works to identify and disseminate information concerning the psychological…

SPP FELLOWS

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Kristoffer S. Berlin, Ph.D. Cynthia Harbeck-Weber, Ph.D., ABPP James Klosky, PhD, ABPP     Call for Applications for Division 54 Fellows Members of the Society of Pediatric Psychology are encouraged…

SPPAC 2020 CONFERENCE

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We are excited to announce our Society of Pediatric Psychology Annual Conference Speakers, Dr. Rahil Briggs, Dr. Jennifer Stinson, and Dr. Stephen Becker.  We hope you’ll join us at SPPAC…

APA ANNUAL CONVENTION

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By Kimberly Canter, Ph.D. & Jason Boye, Ph.D. The 2020 APA Annual Convention will take place August 6-9 in Washington, D.C. The 2020 theme for Division 54 Programming is “Pediatric Psychology:…

ON THE STUDENT FRONT

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Kelly Rea Graduate Student, University of Georgia Title: Healthcare Responsibilities and Transition Readiness in Adolescent Solid Organ Transplant Recipients Mallorie Gordon Post-doctoral Fellow, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Title: Social…

DIVERSITY COMMITTEE REPORT

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By Amy R. Beck, PhD, RYT 200 That family that “never implements recommendations,” the patient who “doesn’t seem motivated,” the eligible research participant who might take longer to consent because…

2019 International Collaboration Awards

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Recipient: Hadas Nahman-Averbuch, Ph.D.; Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, USA Mentor: Abbie Jordan, Ph.D.; University of Bath, UK Recipient: Katrina M. Cordts, Ph.D., Oregon Health & Science University, USA  Mentor:…

Diversity & Poster Awards

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Manuela Sinisterra (right) with Idia Thurston, SPP Member at Large for Student/Trainee Development 2019 Diverse Scholar Award Winner: Manuela Sinisterra, Children’s National Honorable Mention: Alex Blair, Oklahoma State   2019…

PAIN SIG REPORT

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SPP established the Pediatric Pain Special Interest Group (PPAIN-SIG) in 2011. It currently consists of 200 members. The PPAIN-SIG’s mission and goals include: Advance the knowledge base of pediatric pain,…

ON THE STUDENT FRONT

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By Carolina Bejarano, M.A. Lately I have been impressed with the enthusiasm and passion students and trainees hold for the Society of Pediatric Psychology (SPP) and their career trajectories in…

Save the Date for the Next SPPAC!

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The 2020 Society of Pediatric Psychology Annual Conference (SPPAC) will be held on March 19-21 in Dallas, Texas. The theme for the 2020 conference is “Pushing the Boundaries: Trailblazing the…

Discover What’s New with Your Professional Journals

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CPPP Update: Impact Factor: To Apply or Not to Apply, That is the Question… By Editor Jennifer VerrillSchurman, Ph.D. To most of you reading this, the term “Impact Factor” or “IF” will…

SPPAC 2019 CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS

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A huge thank you to our wonderful SPPAC chair, Amy Holley, Ph.D., and co-chair, Jessica Fales, Ph.D. SPPAC 2019 in New Orleans was a great success, including the 50th Anniversary…

Integrated Primary Care SIG

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By Andrew Riley, Ph.D., and Allison Grennan, Ph.D., Incoming Co-Chairs There are exciting things happening in the IPC space! First, a great thanks to Drs. Cheyenne Hughes-Reid and Rachel Tunick…

ON THE STUDENT FRONT

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By Christina Sharkey, M.S. A well-known problem in our field is the 17-year gap between research and implementation. Although the ultimate goal is to bring the knowledge facilitated by cutting-edge…

SPPAC 2019 Conference Highlights

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Risk and Resilience in Pediatric Psychology: Processes, Mechanisms, and Interventions By Amy Holley, Ph.D., Conference Chair and Jessica Fales, Ph.D., Conference Co-chair We invite you to attend the 2019 Society…

Announcements

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International Collaboration Award Screening for Psychosocial Risk Across Cultures: Risk Profiles Among American and Dutch Families of a Child with Cancer Dr. Martha Grootenhuis and I are grateful to have…

ON THE STUDENT FRONT

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By Carolina Bejarano, M.A. Over my years as a student member of the Society of Pediatric Psychology (SPP), I have enjoyed various ways of connecting and becoming more involved, both…

VOTE FOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS

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Please vote by submitting the ballot APA mailed to you for the following Division 54 2019 slate of candidates: President-Elect, Treasurer, and APA Council Representative. Ballots are generally sent around…

SPP AWARDS OF DISTINCTION

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Carolyn S. Schroeder Award for Outstanding Clinical Practice The Carolyn Schroeder Clinical Practice Award was given to Anna Egan, Ph.D., ABPP. This award recognizes excellence, innovation and leadership in the…

SPP Celebrates 50 Years

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This year at SPPAC we will mark an important year for the Society of Pediatric Psychology – 50 years since we began in 1969! There will be a number of…

Development of the Sleep SIG

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by Dawn Dore-Sites, Ph.D., and Lauren Daniel, Ph.D. Kelli Harford (Emory) initiated interest in the SIG and quickly recruited several SPP members including Dawn Dore-Stites (Michigan Medicine) as co-chair and…

A Proposed Best-Practice Model for Children Who Struggle in School

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By Carl U. Weitman Ph.D., Arthur Lavin, M.D., and Diane E. Lavin, M.S.Ed. Submitted for consideration to the SPP Newsletter, Jan. 3, 2019 Every year, millions of children in this…

Winners of Targeted Research Grants and Student Grants

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2019 Targeted Research Grant Recipients The Society of Pediatric Psychology’s Targeted Research Grant Committee will fund two grant submissions: Claire Coyne, Ph.D., and Matthew Hocking, Ph.D. These proposals exemplify the…

Discover What’s New with Your Professional Journals

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CPPP Update: Ringing in a New Year By Editor Jennifer VerrillSchurman, Ph.D. General Call for Papers As a new year begins, I want to encourage you to consider submitting a…