General Call for Papers: Ongoing Submissions Journal of Rural Mental Health The journal publishes peer-reviewed articles on rural mental health research, practice, and policy within the United States and internationally. Focused on issues of special interest to those living and working in rural areas, the journal welcomes research on such topics as barriers to improving or accessing care in rural environments, issues faced by underserved populations, and disparities in mental health care.
Diversity and Social Justice in Disability Research Rehabilitation Psychology
Due: May 1, 2018
This special section of Rehabilitation Psychology seeks to publish manuscripts that conceptualize disability as an important aspect of identity, as well as those that examine disability as it intersects with other diverse forms of identity (race/ethnicity, nationality, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender, socioeconomic status, religion, etc.).
Advocacy in Public Service Settings Psychological Services
Due: July 1, 2018
The editorial staff for Psychological Services, the official journal of APA Division 18 (Psychologists in Public Service), would like to invite you to submit articles for a special issue, “Advocacy in Public Service Settings,” that will be edited by Nadine J. Kaslow, Ph.D., Lucy Allbaugh, Ph.D., and Jacqueline Gray Ph.D.
Responding to the Opioid Crisis Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology
Due: Aug. 3, 2018
The guest editors are assembling a special issue on the opioid crisis in an effort to facilitate effective responding within the field of clinical psychology to the rapidly emerging challenges of this crisis. The objective of this special issue is to shed light on critical issues regarding the opioid crisis within the field of clinical psychology, to identify gaps in the knowledge base and directions for future investigations, and to enhance our ability to provide effective and compassionate care for those personally affected by this epidemic.
Early Intervention Services in Serious Mental Illness Psychological Services
Due: Sept. 18, 2018
This special section will be devoted to all aspects of the implementation and evaluation of early intervention services in serious mental illness programs in U.S. public service settings.
Travel Grant for Students of Color in Psychology Travel Grants for Students of Color in Psychology tends to serve as a source of funding for
graduate students to help defray travel expenses associated with attending and presenting research at a
professional conference. Presented work must focus on a) issues or concerns relevant to psychologist and/or students of color in psychology, b) multicultural psychology competency for all psychologists and/or students, and/or c) issues particularly relevant to ethnic minority recruitment, retention, and training in psychology. In addition, students selected to receive the
award must commit to submission of their research to a peer-refereed journal within 90 days of their conference presentation. Verification of the submission will be required, although guaranteed publication will not.
Commission on Ethnic Minority Recruitment, Retention and Training Grants CEMRRAT small grants are intended to serve as "seed funds" to energize, empower, and support interested individuals, organizations and educational institutions committed to enhancing ethnic minority recruitment, retention and training in psychology. Eligible applicants for these grant funds are state psychological associations, APA divisions, departments/schools of psychology, APA boards and committees, other entities of organized psychology and individuals. Applicants must be APA members at the time funds are awarded. Applications are due Aug. 28, 2018.
Hogg Foundation for Mental Health Supports Doctoral Research in Texas
The Hogg Foundation for Mental Health provides up to $1,500 to support dissertation research expenses of doctoral students. Frances Fowler Wallace, wife of former Texas state Rep. John Forsythe Wallace, created the scholarship in her will in 1974 to support research and study of “the cause, treatment, cure, and prevention of mental disease, mental illness, and mental disorders.”
Doctoral candidates in nursing, psychology, social work, sociology and other fields relevant to mental health programs at institutions of higher education in Texas are eligible to apply.
Applications may be submitted any time.
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