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The Health Psychologist

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Early career lessons in navigating pediatric chronic pain care during the COVID-19 pandemic

The Voice of Early Career Psychologists

Implicit Organizational Bias

Conversation Corner

(Re-)Shaping NIH: A Call to Action to Elevate Behavioral Medicine

Research Highlight

38: 43 and Going Strong

From the President

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From the Editor’s Desk

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Student Diversity Blog: Why Asking About Race Matters in Healthcare

“WHY DO YOU ASK ABOUT RACE?” By Roberto Rentería I was attending one of my first Grand Rounds in clinical practicum at a family medicine clinic. It was an exciting opportunity to listen to physicians present complex medical cases and conceptualize their treatment approach. And it was such an exciting opportunity to be a part of the behavioral health team

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Student Diversity Blog: Diversity in Supervision

Recently, students from divisions 38, 18, and 19 of APA came together to host a webinar concerning diversity issues in supervision and how to navigate difficult conversations. This webinar included helpful perspectives from a panel of supervisors, internship and postdoc training directors, a postdoctoral fellow, and graduate students. If you’re interested in watching the webinar, the video is available on

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Call for Nominations for Awards

Each year, the Society for Health Psychology (SfHP) recognizes members for outstanding contributions to the field by presenting awards in Research, Clinical Practice, Education & Training, Mentoring, and Career Service.  Award categories were established to acknowledge and appreciate excellence in health psychology across the career span and throughout the field. This avenue of highlighting our contributions can be successful only if members actively engage in the nominations process.  Nominating a psychologist

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#ThisisHealthPsych Event

Our annual #ThisIsHealthPsych twitter event is on Monday March 8th. It’s an exciting time to share all your contributions and the great things happening in our field.  

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Student Diversity Blog: COVID-19 and the Impact on Diverse Graduate Students

This year has been incredibly difficult for a multitude of reasons. Since the start of the pandemic in March, we’ve seen spikes in racial tension, major political controversies, job loss and unemployment, isolation from loved ones, and of course – widespread illness. While some of have adapted, secured employment/funding, and made the best of online learning and working, it’s important

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APA 2021 Call for Proposals

The Call for Proposals for the 2021 APA Convention is now available! APA is currently seeking proposals for APA 2021 sessions, CE workshops, and more. If you’re a subject matter expert with new research or applications to share, and a speaker who can connect with an audience, we want to hear from you! With the uncertainty around COVID-19, APA is

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Student Diversity Blog: Why Asking About Race Matters in Healthcare

“WHY DO YOU ASK ABOUT RACE?” By Roberto Rentería I was attending one of my first Grand Rounds in clinical practicum at a family medicine clinic. It was an exciting opportunity to listen to physicians present complex medical cases and conceptualize their treatment approach. And it was such an exciting opportunity to be a part of the behavioral health team

Read More »

Student Diversity Blog: Diversity in Supervision

Recently, students from divisions 38, 18, and 19 of APA came together to host a webinar concerning diversity issues in supervision and how to navigate difficult conversations. This webinar included helpful perspectives from a panel of supervisors, internship and postdoc training directors, a postdoctoral fellow, and graduate students. If you’re interested in watching the webinar, the video is available on

Read More »

Call for Nominations for Awards

Each year, the Society for Health Psychology (SfHP) recognizes members for outstanding contributions to the field by presenting awards in Research, Clinical Practice, Education & Training, Mentoring, and Career Service.  Award categories were established to acknowledge and appreciate excellence in health psychology across the career span and throughout the field. This avenue of highlighting our contributions can be successful only if members actively engage in the nominations process.  Nominating a psychologist

Read More »

#ThisisHealthPsych Event

Our annual #ThisIsHealthPsych twitter event is on Monday March 8th. It’s an exciting time to share all your contributions and the great things happening in our field.  

Read More »

Student Diversity Blog: COVID-19 and the Impact on Diverse Graduate Students

This year has been incredibly difficult for a multitude of reasons. Since the start of the pandemic in March, we’ve seen spikes in racial tension, major political controversies, job loss and unemployment, isolation from loved ones, and of course – widespread illness. While some of have adapted, secured employment/funding, and made the best of online learning and working, it’s important

Read More »

APA 2021 Call for Proposals

The Call for Proposals for the 2021 APA Convention is now available! APA is currently seeking proposals for APA 2021 sessions, CE workshops, and more. If you’re a subject matter expert with new research or applications to share, and a speaker who can connect with an audience, we want to hear from you! With the uncertainty around COVID-19, APA is

Read More »