Friday, November 4th, 2022


Making A Difference: High-Impact Research in Pediatric Psychology from Community to Tertiary Care

Friday, November 4th, 2022
10AM-12PM EST/ 12:30pm-2:30pm EST  / 3pm-5pm  EST

You can register for 1, 2, or ALL 3 sessions!

The Conference includes: Three 2-hour sessions (each is a 1-hour plenary address followed by a 1-hour symposium on a topic consistent with the plenary address) for 6 total CEs. Time slots: 10am-12pm, 12:30pm-2:30pm, 3pm-5pm EDT

$60 member fee for each 2-hour block. $80 non-member fee for each 2-hour block ($20 Discount for those who attend whole conference); Student fee of $30 for the full conference.

Don’t miss out on:

* Learning about high impact areas of pediatric psychology research produced by SPP research leaders who come from diverse research backgrounds such as assessment, treatment and interventions, clinical outcomes, adherence, and health disparities.

* Discussion Forum of current research directions and to consider how research informs clinical practice, service delivery, health equity, policy decisions.

* SPP members to build research networks and connections across all SPP member levels, trainee through senior career scientist-practitioners.

Invited Speakers:

* Monica Mitchell - Beyond the walls: Advancing pediatric, Community and Public Health through Research

* Anne Kazak - Implementing Family Psychosocial Risk Screening in Clinical Care to Support Pediatric Health Equity

* David Schwebel - Applying Pediatric Psychology Principles to Reduce Child Injury

Continuing Education: 6.0 CEs

6 CE credits are available to licensed psychologists who attend the full conference, 4.0 CE credits available to licensed psychologists who attend two 2-hour sessions, 2.0 CE credits available to licensed psychologists who attend one 2-hour session. The Society of Pediatric Psychology (Division 54 of the American Psychological Association) is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Society of Pediatric Psychology maintains responsibility for this program and its contents.


SPP Science & Practice Committee:

Chad Jensen, Sukhpreet Tamana, Naadira Upshaw, Emily Law, Sunnye Mayes,
Allison A. Stiles, Diane Chen, and Alyssa Schlenz

Plenary Speakers
Learning Objectives
Continuing Education