Pediatric Gastroenterology SIG (PG SIG) Co-Chairs: Bonney Reed, PhD, & Margo Szabo, PhD The Pediatric Gastroenterology (PG) SIG is committed to connecting its members with GI Psychology-related research, clinical, and…

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The Solid Organ Transplant (SOT) SIG In 2017 at SPPAC in Portland, Oregon, several psychologists working with solid organ transplant patients met over lunch and discussed their desire for a…

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CPPP Update: Reflecting on the Past 5 Years By Jennifer Verrill Schurman, PhD, Editor In the blink of an eye, the time has come to pass the reins of CPPP…

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Happy (almost) New Year to all members of the Society of Pediatric Psychology! This is a busy time of year for each of us as we work to wrap up…

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Progress Notes – December 2022

Presidential Update Laura Simons, PhD READ HERE! CPPP Update Reflecting on the Past 5 Years By Jennifer Verrill Schurman, PhD, Editor Read Update Here! Solid Organ Transplant SIG A brief…

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Division 54 – Fellow

  Members of the Society of Pediatric Psychology are encouraged to consider becoming a candidate for Fellow of Division 54. Fellow status reflects recognition by colleagues and APA of extraordinary…

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SPPAC 2023 – Submit your Proposals!

  SPPAC 2023 – Call for posters, workshops, scientific symposia, and professional development seminars!  Deadline approaching: October 17, 2022 SPPAC 2023 conference theme: Pediatric Psychologists as Social Justice Change Agents…

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APA 2022 Student Review

SPP supported two APA Scholars at the 2022 Convention APA Scholars were paired with mentors to help optimize their conference experience. Erin Kaseda from Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and…

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2022 APA Final Review

    We were thrilled to see many of you in Minneapolis in August for the APA convention! The theme for Division 54 programming was Shining the Spotlight on Pediatric…

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