We are pleased to announce that an article co-authored by Dr. David Janicke, Ph.D. has been awarded the 2014 Diane Willis Award. The article is titled Recommendations for training in pediatric psychology: Defining core competencies across training levels. The full citation is as follows:
Palermo, T.M., Janicke, D.M., McQuaid, E.L., Mullins, L.L., Robins, P.M., & Wu, Y.P. (2014). Recommendations for training in pediatric psychology: Defining core competencies across training levels, Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 39, 965-984.
Being an author on the manuscript selected for the highly competitive Diane Willis award is an outstanding accomplishment for Dr. Janicke. This article will undoubtedly serve as a guide for training and professional development in pediatric psychology.” says Dr. David Fedele, assistant professor in the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology.
Award information from the APA website:
The Diane Willis Award for Outstanding Article in the Journal of Pediatric Psychology honors Diane J. Willis, who served SPP as president and founding editor of the Journal of Pediatric Psychology and the SPP Newsletter.
JPP articles are selected based on contribution and value to the field of pediatric psychology, demonstrating innovation and excellence in methodology and design, and providing an exemplar for others to model.
Congratulations to all of the authors on this article, especially to our own Dr. Janicke.