September 28, 2018; 12-1pm
Presented by Ronald H. Rozensky, Ph.D., ABPP
The discussion will consider trends in society, science, health care and education including the role of psychology in the interprofessional health care context and team science. Participants will be encouraged to focus on trends and career choices and the range of resultant trajectories leading to, alternative futures for each psychologist and the field. Key elements needed to build the future you can build for yourself will be discussed.
- Implications of the Affordable Care Act for Education and Training in Professional Psychology
- Twenty-Five Years of Education in Psychology and Psychology in Education
- APA RESOLUTION for the Use of the Term Patient in American Psychological Association Policies, Rules, and Public Relations Activities When Referring to the Health-Related and Scientific Activities of Health Service Psychologists and Scientists in Health Care Services and Settings
- Developing Competencies for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice: A Curriculum for an Interprofessional Seminar on Integrated Primary Care
- Psychology’s Core Knowledge, Scientific Subfields, and Health Service Specialization: Preparing a Competent Workforce—Recommendations From the Opening Doors Summit
- Employment Trends for Early Career Psychologists: Implications for Education & Training Programs in Professional Psychology And for Those Who Wish to Become Successful Early Career Psychologists
- Walker (2018). Why Americans Spend so Much on Health Care – In 12 Charts – The Wall Street Journal
- Millenson (2018). Half A Century Of The Health Care Crisis (And Still Going Strong) — a health affairs blog
- Demko (2018). Medicare’s cost surprise: It’s going down — Politico
- (1:02:18 video) T.R. Reid (2014). The Healing of America (understanding how health insurance works around the world and within the U.S.)
- Conversation with Jonathan Gruber: “Health Care Reform,” The Comic Book
- A Curriculum for an Interprofessional Seminar on Integrated Primary Care
- Preparing the Next Generation of Citizen Psychologists: Competencies and Learning Outcomes Across Levels of Education and Training (2018).