SPP YouTube Channel

 

The purposes of the Society of Pediatric Psychology (SPP) YouTube channel include:

  • Promotion of evidence-based clinical practices in pediatric psychology.

  • Support of continuing education efforts between professional conferences.

  • Dissemination of selected information about pediatric psychology to the public.

  • Location for special interest group (SIG)-related posted talks for their members.

This channel meets at least two strategic initiatives of SPP:

  1. To enhance our focus on evidence-based practice and practice-oriented initiatives; and,

  2. To serve as the authoritative source of information about pediatric psychology for the public and other health professional.

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The Society of Pediatric Psychology (SPP) has established a YouTube channel to faciliate delivery of continuing education to members and dissemination of information about pediatric psychology to the public.

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Thursday, January 21, 2016

Talk length should be determined by the topic and target audience. Brief talks (e.g., 5-15 minutes) focused on a targeted topic are especially encouraged.

Submissions will be accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year.

Proposals for programs to appear on the channel may either be invited by the MAL-CE, chairs of the SIGS or the editorial staff of an SPP journal (Journal of Pediatric Psychology or Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology). Proposals also may be self-initiated by any SPP member in good standing.

Please see instructions for authors (PDF, 58KB) for more details on developing and submitting a proposal.

Please see reviewer instructions (PDF, 59KB) for more details on how to log in and get set up as a reviewer.

Should there be a demand for formal CEs through the SPP YouTube Channel by our membership, we will consider developing a monitoring/evaluation system to support provision of CEs and submit a separate home study application to APA for this purpose. However, given the recent experience of other similar APA divisions, this is not actively being planned at this time.

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