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From The Blog

Deadline to Apply for APA’s Early Career Achievement Awards Extended to March 20, 2015

American Psychological Association 2015 APA Achievement Award for Early Career Professionals The Committee on Early Career Psychologists is pleased to announce the achievement award program for early career members from all areas of psychology (education, practice, public interest and science) to attend the 2015 APA Annual Convention in Toronto, Canada , August 6-9 at the Toronto Convention Center. Twenty six award recipients will receive $750...

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3 free registrations to 2015 CPA convention (NPTRs only)

The National Register of Health Service Psychologists is proud to be a sponsor of the 2015 California Psychological Association Convention in San Diego April 23-26. As part of our sponsorship, we received three free convention registrations, which we are giving away to deserving psychology doctoral students and postdoctoral trainees. If you are interested in the free registration, please email Andrew Boucher a brief note (no more than 300...

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Perspectives

In October, 2015, the World Health Organization’s International Classification of Diseases (10th Ed., or ICD10) becomes the universal classification system for all treatable disorders. Essentially, anyone who treats HIPAA covered patients (almost everyone), and providers who bill major insurers, submit claims to Medicare, or other federal agencies like TRICARE are required to use ICD diagnostic codes when submitting billing. Full instructions,...

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