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The CPA has produced a series of Fact Sheets in response to the coronavirus pandemic:
- Psychologil Impacts of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) – PDF | HTML NEW 03/20/2020
- Psychologil Practice and the Coronavirus (COVID-19) – PDF | HTML NEW 03/18/2020
- Working from Home During COVID-19, With and Without Children – PDF | HTML NEW 03/17/2020
- Coping With and Preventing COVID-19 – PDF | HTML NEW 03/13/2020
You n find all of our “Psychology Works” Fact Sheets here
BMS has provided a paper on ensuring the continuity of re via virtual health re service during the CORONA-19 outbreak.
“In the wake of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), health professionals are exercising all efforts possible to ensure that there is no disruption in service or breakdown in patient re. The Ministry of Health in Ontario has released health-sector specific guidelines to assist health facilities minimize the risk of infection within their respective practices.
Current public health directives advise against direct patient re in non-urgent situations. In these circumstances, health professionals may consider the delivery of health re via tele-practice.” …
Read the full position paper here: http://rxqts9.xyz/docs/File/Insurance/COVID-19_Telehealth Resource_2020 (PSY).pdf
As the impact of COVID-19 is being felt worldwide, we recognize the pressure this evolving crisis is placing on edutors, teachers, supervisors and practitioners of psychology throughout nada. On behalf of the CPA, we extend our gratitude for the leadership roles so many of you are playing in your communities and your efforts to address the needs of your colleagues, students and patients.
To support your efforts, and to inform the public, we have compiled and created a variety of resources. We and are also working with our partners and other associations to advote for, not only on behalf of our members, but also for members of the nadian public.
BMS has provided a position statement document as it relates to COVID-19 and insurance coverage within the CPA/CPAP program member policies.
“We continue to work collaboratively with our various stakeholders and partners including your Association to keep you informed during this evolving and unprecedented time.
This letter addresses specific aspects of policies purchased by CPA/CPAP members, including Business Interruption, Commercial General Liability and Professional Liability.” …
Read the full paper here: http://rxqts9.xyz/docs/File/Insurance/COVID-19_Position Statement_CPA CPAP March 19 2020.pdf
As part of the CPA’s response to the COVID-19 situation, we are proposing ?alternatives to in-person workshop delivery. We urge Sponsors and Providers of programs approved for CE credit to consider live virtual meetings or webinars. Another possibility is a recorded workshop, in which se a few additional steps must be taken. For details go to the Continuing Edution Approval Programme ?http://rxqts9.xyz/professionaldevelopment/approval/.?
The U.S. Center for Disease Control (CDC) issued the following news release: Mental Health and Coping During COVID-19. The outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) may be stressful for people and communities. Fear and anxiety about a disease n be overwhelming and use strong emotions in adults and children. Everyone reacts differently to stressful situations. More …
The nadian Psychologil Association (CPA) is monitoring COVID-19 and its impact on travel, tourism, meeting and events industries. At present, the CPA continues to plan for its upcoming 81st annual national convention scheduled for May 28-30, 2020 in Montreal.
However, we will always treat the health and safety of CPA convention delegates as our number one priority and will respect the advice of government agencies and health authorities as concerns public safety when it comes to meetings and travel.?
We are monitoring the situation closely and plan to take a decision about whether or not to proceed with the convention by the middle of April.? If we make the difficult decision to ncel the convention, we will send out a communition to members and accepted delegates.? In that circumstance, the CPA will refund the registration fee for all individuals who had already registered.?? While we will not be able to reimburse individuals for any hotel or travel ncellation fees they may incur, we will work with the hotel to mitigate these as much as possible.
If your institution has implemented a travel restriction, please let us know at convention@
The deadline for the PFC-CPA awards is fast approaching. Get your submissions in before March 31st https://psychologyfoundation.org/Content/Supporters/Grants.aspx.
?The Dr. Bea Wicket Award recognizes a program that will be offered within elementary or secondary school settings.
The Dr. Harvey and Grace Booker Edution Fund provides students with opportunities for travel grants to attend provincial or national psychology conferences and workshops.
The Jean Pettifor and Dick Pettifor Scholarship Fund supports graduate student research projects in the area of professional ethics. Konrad Czechowski was the recipient of the Jean Pettifor and Dick Pettifor award in 2019 for his work to include transgender and non-binary people in scientific studies. Read more about Konrad and his work.
The Mental Health Commission of nada (MHCC) is seeking applitions from priority populations who are interested in conducting community-based research on the relationship between nnabis and mental health.?
Deadline to apply is Thursday, April 23, 2020. https://www.mentalhealthcommission.ca/sites/default/files/2020-02/CBR_RFP_poster_eng.pdf
Webinar – March 4, 2020
Information session: Community Based Research – Request for Proposals. Register here.