Journal of Pediatric Psychology
- Product description
The Journal of Pediatric Psychology is the official journal of the Society of Pediatric Psychology, Division 54 of the American Psychological Association. The Journal of Pediatric Psychology publishes articles related to theory, research, and professional practice in pediatric psychology.
Papers are published on a wide variety of topics exploring the inter-relationship between the psychological and physical well-being of children, adolescents and families.
Eight individual CME activities are available through the journal annually. Each exam will expire within 12 months of its publication online to ensure that additional, more recent data has not been published.
This activity has been planned and produced in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME). The American Psychological Associationis accredited by the ACCME to sponsor continuing medical education for physicians and takes responsibility for the content, quality, and scientific integrity of the CE activity.
Credit Designation Statement
The Society of Pediatric Psychology, Division 54 of the American Psychological Association designates each Journal of Pediatric PsychologyCE home study program for one unit, with a maximum of 8 hours annually. Each physician should claim only those credits that he or she actually spent on the activity.
The American Psychological Association in accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing education for physicians.
The intended audience consists of psychologists and other scientists and professionals interested in the health care of children, adolescents and their families.
This activity has been developed for psychologists to facilitate the highest quality professional work in clinical applications, teaching, consultation, or research. After evaluating a specific articles published in the Journal of Pediatric Psychology, participants in the CE program should be able to demonstrate an increase in the skills and knowledge required to maintain competence, strengthen their habits of critical inquiry and balanced judgment, and to contribute to better patient care.
Dennis Drotar, PhD, Editor, Journal of Pediatric Psychology and Gerard Banez, PhD, CE Administrator, Society of Pediatric Psychology, report that they have no financial relationships or interests to disclose. Authors are required to disclose activities and relationships that, if known to others, might be viewed as a conflict of interest. Such author disclosures are printed with each relevant CE article.
Authors are required to disclose activities and relationships that, if known to others, might be viewed as a conflict of interest. Such author disclosures are printed with each relevant CE article.