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AIDS-Related Activities Offered by Doctoral Psychology Programs


American Psychological Association
Copyright © 1993 by American Psychological Association
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AIDS-Related Activities Offered by Doctoral Psychology Programs


A survey of doctoral psychology programs documented the progress made in the provision of AIDS-related activities since these institutions were first evaluated in 1987. The results demonstrated that doctoral programs are engaged in important behavioral risk reduction research in communities with the highest concentration of AIDS cases and that they have established cooperative training relationships with internal medicine and psychiatry departments of hospitals to respond to the need for AIDS-related activities. The results of this investigation have led us to conclude that doctoral programs' responses to AIDS highlight how the Boulder model of integrating science and practice in the training of professional psychologists can help meet the physical and mental health needs of society.
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