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2009 PRESIDENTIAL SUMMIT ON THE FUTURE OF PSYCHOLOGY PRACTICE: COLLABORATING FOR CHANGE Session Gallery

 

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1. Conference Welcome and Overview

James H. Bray, Ph.D.
President, American Psychological Association
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas

Length - 13:09 | Email to a Colleague


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2. The Second Curve Meets the Flat World

Ian Morrison, Ph.D., Author, Consultant, Futurist

Ian Morrison, Ph.D., is an internationally known author, consultant, and futurist specializing in long-term forecasting and planning with particular emphasis on health care and the changing business environment. Dr. Morrison has written, lectured, and consulted on a wide variety of forecasting, strategy, and health care topics for government, industry, and a variety of nonprofit organizations in North America, Europe, and Asia. He has spoken to a range of audiences from the boards of Fortune 100 companies to the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in Beijing. Dr. Morrison has worked with more than 100 Fortune 500 companies in health care, manufacturing, information technology, and financial services. He is a frequent commentator on the future for television, radio, and the print media.

Length - 57:26 | Email to a Colleague


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3. Responses to Morrison

Elizabeth Gibson
Susan McDaniels
Dr. Frank Degree

Length - 37:37 | Email to a Colleague


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4. Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities and Their Implications for Psychology Practice

Norman B. Anderson, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer, American Psychological Association

As CEO, Dr. Anderson oversees both the corporate and professional management of the association. Dr. Andersonís research and writing on the effects of stress on biology and risk for hypertension have received several awards from scientific societies.

Length - 47:39 | Email to a Colleague


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5. Plenary Introduction: The Future of Psychology Practice: Driving Forces of Change

Carol D. Goodheart, Ed. D., President-Elect, American Psychological Association

Length - 11:40 | Email to a Colleague


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6. Balancing the Treatment Portfolio in Mental Health

Richard G. Frank, Ph.D., Margaret T Morris Professor of Health Economics, Department of Health Care Policy, Harvard Medical School

He is also a research associate with the National Bureau of Economic Research. Dr. Frank is engaged in research in three general areas: the economics of mental health care, the economics of the pharmaceutical industry, and the organization and financing of physician group practices.

Length - 29:54 | Email to a Colleague


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7. Extreme Integrated Care

Tillman Farley, MD, Medical Services Director, Salud Family Health Centers

Salud Family Health Centers is a migrant/community health center with clinics across north and northeast Colorado. Dr. Farley is interested in integrated primary care and health disparities research, particularly as it applies to immigrant populations. Dr. Farley has implemented a variety of successful integrated care models in practices in New York, Texas, and Colorado.

Length - 27:03 | Email to a Colleague


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8. Responses to Frank and Farley

Suzanne Perliss
Patrick De Leon
Bruce Bobbitt

Length - 54:30 | Email to a Colleague


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9. How to Brand a Profession

Janet Reingold, President, Reingold, Inc.

Reingold, Inc. is a full-service consulting firm that offers strategic communications services to a broad spectrum of clients including professional associations, government agencies, corporations, universities, nonprofit organizations, public interest groups, and foundations. For 25 years, Ms. Reingoldís firm has helped organizations and communities advance new ideas, capture new markets, and shape public opinion.

Length - 31:57 | Email to a Colleague


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10. Plenary Introduction: The Future Begins Yesterday

Margaret Heldring, Ph.D., Taskforce Co-Chair Thomas McNeice Student on the Taskforce

Length - 5:19 | Email to a Colleague


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11. Transformational Change Strategies Processes

Elizabeth Gibson, Ph.D., RHR International

Dr. Gibson joined RHR International in 1991. During her tenure at RHR, she has worked with both public and private sectors in retail, international marketing and trading, advertising, entertainment, manufacturing, financial services, health care, and municipal governments. In 2000, Dr. Gibson and Dr. Summers-Ewing founded KnoWorks@, a new division of RHR International, that specializes in large-scale organizational change, learning, and knowledge management projects.

Length - 42:41 | Email to a Colleague


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12. Implementing a Practice Agenda

Katherine C. Nordal, Ph.D., Executive Director, Practice Directorate, American Psychological Association

Dr. Nordal received her Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Mississippi in 1976. Prior to coming to APA, Dr. Nordal was in full-time, independant practice for 28 years. Dr. Nordal's clinical interests included: learning, behavioral, and emotional disorders in children and adolescents; neuropsychological assessment; brain injury in children and adults, and, civil forensic psychology.

Length - 13:57 | Email to a Colleague


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