Association of Psychologists in Academic Health Centers


The Association of Psychologists in Academic Health Centers, the voice of psychology in academic health centers, again invites you to our now rescheduled Resilience and Well-Being Discussion Hour presented by the Professional Wellness SIG and Education & Training Committee on April 10, 2020 AT 1:00 PM EST. Details at https://ahcpsychologists.org/resilience-discussion/

The members of APAHC have compiled a list of resources to assist professionals and individuals adapt and cope to the challanges posed by the current pandemic. Visit the resource library at https://ahcpsychologists.org/covid19
The December 2019 issue for our Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings (Volume 25, Issue 4) is now available: https://link.springer.com/journal/10880

Terry Stancin, PhD, ABPP Named Finalist for the 2018 National Compassionate Caregiver of the Year Award

Irma Corral, PhD Named Dean for Diversity and Inclusion for the Brody School of Medicine
What is an academic health center psychologist?
Academic health psychologists work in settings with a tradition of integrated and interdisciplinary service, research, and education, which may include teaching hospitals, medical schools, allied health schools, and/or VA/Military Medical Centers. In those settings, they model and define psychologists’ roles in health and illness for their trainees and for other health professions.
What does APAHC do?

APAHC provides a venue for peer mentoring from trainee through senior career status.

APAHC provides leadership in issues related to clinical service, education and training, research, and governance.

APAHC organizes a biennial conference focused on the work of psychologists in academic health centers.

APAHC collaborates with the American Psychological Association (APA), the Association of American Medical Colleagues (AAMC), and other organizations to promote the values and mission of our organization.

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