CPA Bulletins

The latest news of relevance to and or from the Canadian Psychological Association:

  • Do you have a master’s or doctoral degree in psychology? If yes, complete the Psychology Graduate Survey now.

  • July 30, 2015 - Canadian Psychological Associations 2015 pre-budget submission. Click here to read.

  • CPA response to the American Psychological Association’s Hoffman review. Click here for details.

  • PSYence Update (Vol. 2, Issue 2) July 2015. Update on CPA's Science Activities. Click here for the PDF.

  • CPA report on the effectiveness of psychological treatments. Click here to read The Efficacy and Effectiveness of Psychological Treatments.

  • CPA-Commissioned Report on Access to Psychological Services: An Imperative for Change: Access to Psychological Services for Canada. The Mental Health Commission of Canada applauds the work of the Canadian Psychological Association. Click here to read the letter of support.

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    What's New!

    The latest news of relevance to the science, practice, and education of psychology:

  • NEW CPA is proud to have been a part of the HELPinKIDS&Adults authorship team for this new guideline for reducing pain during vaccine injections. Read the Canadian Medical Association Journal article here. .

  • NEW Mood Disorders Society of Canada has released the results of their second pan-Canadian survey. Click here for details.

  • NEW As part of the Choosing Wisely Campaign, the Canadian Psychiatric Association recommends that non-pharmacologic measures, like sleep hygiene techniques and behavioural interventions, be first treatment options in most cases of insomnia. Read more.

  • NEW The Advisory panel on healthcare innovation released its report on July 17, 2015: Unleashing Innovation: Excellent Healthcare for Canada. Click here for more information.

  • NEW The Royal-Mach-Gaensslen Prize for Mental Health Research. Click here to learn more.

  • Canadian Psychiatric Association’s Choosing Wisely Canada Campaign calls for conversations among patients and physicians about unnecessary tests, treatments and procedures. The list of 13 recommendations can be found here.

  • Occupational Health Psychology Summer Institute – Integrating Well-being Research into Workplace Practices (July 20 – 23, Saint Mary’s University, Halifax). Click here for more information.

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    Psychology Graduate Survey

    The CPA is calling on EVERYONE across the country that has EVER completed a MASTER’S or DOCTORAL degree in ANY AREA of psychology to complete this survey. More…

    Now in CPA’s Journals

    Click “more” to see the most recent release of Canadian Psychology, Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, and Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology and to keep up-to-date on news relevant to each journal. More…