The CPA is now accepting applications for its annual student research grants competition. Deadline for applications is Friday November 27th at 4pm EST. Please click here for more information on the call, eligibility criteria, general rules and the link to the application form. Please direct any questions about this competition to email@example.com
Sponsored by BMS, the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) and the Council of Professional Associations of Psychology (CPAP) wish to support student research and leadership development in all areas of psychology.
Applications for the 2020 awards must be received by 4pm EST on November 27, 2020. The winners will be announced by late December.
Kaytlin Constantin is the CPA Campus Representative at the University of Guelph. She’s helping children get over their fear of needles, and looking forward to a return to kickboxing competition.
The CPA has created an electronic submission system for Providers and Sponsors submitting applications to grant CPA-approved Continuing Education credit through CPA’s Continuing Education (CE) Approval Programme.
This change also applies to existing Sponsors submitting Annual Reports for 2020-2021. This change in submission procedures includes the development of an online system for processing credit card payments. Details are available at https://cpa.ca/professionaldevelopment/applicationforms/ (English) or https://cpa.ca/fr/professionaldevelopment/applicationforms/ (French).
Spanning three weeks from June 7th – 25th, the CPA’s 2021 Virtual Event will provide many opportunities for personal and professional growth, and highlight the many ways in which the science, practice, and education of psychology can benefit society, improve lives, and advance the discipline.
Click here to submit an abstract.
Deadline for submissions for 3- and 6-hour workshops is December 12th, 2020. Deadline for submissions for all other presentation types is January 22nd, 2021.
CPA members, affiliates and non-members and non-affiliates are encouraged to submit!
If you have any questions, please consult the FAQ page.
COVID-19 is having a significant impact on the mental health of Canadians, none more so than those who are working on the front lines of health care. Canadians with COVID-19 depend on the expertise of health care providers. The health and well-being of those providers are critical to them being able to deliver this expertise. Hundreds of registered psychologists have signed on to an initiative of the CPA to provide psychological services, via tele-health, to health care providers working at the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis. Click here to read more about this initiative and to find a psychologist in your area who has volunteered to provide psychological services at no charge.
The MHCC is here for you
Resource hub dedicated to mental health and wellness during the COVID-19 pandemic
Canadian Psychological Association / Council of Professional Associations of Psychologists co-hosted webinar on the current state of COVID-19 Telepsychology & Business Interruption Insurance. Dr. Karen Cohen of the CPA and Dr. Judi Malone of CPAP moderate this presentation by BMS and Gowling.