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Welcome From the APAHC President

RonBrown

Welcome to the website of the Association of Psychologists in Academic Health Centers (APAHC). APAHC is the voice of psychology in medical schools and other professional schools in academic health centers, and teaching hospitals. Thank you for your interest
in APAHC.

To learn more about us, download the
History of the Association >>Here<<

“Reproduced with permission of the publisher.”

Ronald T. Brown, PhD


Atlanta

 

Registration PAGE >>HERE<<


Esteemed APAHC member and APA President Nadine Kaslow, PhD and Former Surgeon General David Satcher, MD Will Open the conference!

* "On the National Forefront of Interprofessionalism: Psychologist's Contributions to Patient Centered Medical Homes." Nadine Kaslow, PhD

*"Reducing Health Disparities Through Integrated Care & Other Opportunities to Promote Health Equity." David Satcher, MD

* "Expanding our Reach: Telehealth & Licensure Implications for Psychologists." Carol Webb, PhD, ABPP 

* "Expanding our Reach: Psychologists' Contributions to Training in Academic Health Centers." Jim Diaz-Granados, PhD

* "Capturing Psychologists' Work in AHCs: Educational Value Units." Gene D'Angelo, PhD, ABPP

* "Capturing Psychologists Work in AHCs: Measuring and Documenting Clinical Outcomes." Lisa Kearney, PhD, ABPP

*  "Evolutions in Intgrated Primary Care: Creating Sustainable Business Models." Ben Miller, PsyD

* "Healthcare needs of the LGBT Community: What can Psychologists Contribute?" Arlene Noriega, PhD.

  • *  "Keeping Psychology Visable, Relevant, and Integral to Medical Schools' Mission." Barry Hong, PhD, ABPP

    ....and much more!

  • >>2015 Conference Brochure<<

  • 2015 APAHC Sponsors

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    Congratulations to John Linton !!!
    associate vice president for health sciences and campus dean of the School of Medicine, West Virginia University

    John LintonFrom the Press Release:

    Since early this year, he has been serving with great distinction in these interim positions, and has shown the sort of leadership and dedication that his department, the School of Medicine, and the Charleston Division have learned to expect from him in his many decades of clinical, educational and administrative work at WVU.

    “John Linton was the obvious choice for this position, and for more reasons than one,” said Arthur J. Ross, III, MD, MBA, dean of the WVU School of Medicine. “His years of service with the organization, his dedication to faculty and students in the Charleston division and his gift for connecting those relationships among our three campuses made him the best candidate.”

    Dr. Linton is also well positioned to advance our relationship with our partners at Charleston Area Medical Center. Sharon Hall, the president, CAMC Health Education and Research Institute, said, “Dr. Linton is not only recognized nationally as a leader in psychology education, he’s universally respected as a leader on the Charleston campus and throughout CAMC.  On behalf of CAMC, we are excited about his appointment and I am personally looking forward to working with John in his new role.”    

     

    2014 Awards >>Go to Awards Page<<

    Here are the 2014 APAHC Award Winners:

    BUD ORGEL AWARD FOR DISTINGUISHED ACHIEVEMENT IN RESEARCH:
    Mary Fristad, PhD, ABPP

    JOSEPH D. MATARAZZO AWARD FOR DISTINGUISHED CONTRIBUTIONS TO PSYCHOLOGY IN ACADEMIC HEALTH CENTERS:
    Edward Christopherson, PhD, ABPP