Submitted 9 September 2016 by Jen Wagner & Graciela Cabana
Applications are now being accepted for the AAPA Ethics Fellows Program for the 2017-2018 programmatic year. The fellowship is a valuable professional development opportunity for AAPA members interested in enhancing their ethical literacy. Applications are due November 1, 2016. For a PDF with more information, click the link:
Submitted 23 April 2016 by Graciela Cabana
The Ethics Committee is happy to announce that it is now a standing committee, thereby formalizing the scope and mission of the Committee within the AAPA. The Ethics Committee page is available here:
The Ethics Committee is a non-adjudicative body whose purpose is to promote ethics literacy among …
Submitted 27 March 2016 by Graciela Cabana
The Ethics Committee of the AAPA is developing educational resources for a new section on the AAPA website to provide information and training tools about ethics in our profession.
We are calling for real cases of ethical issues to serve as the potential foundation for the development of discipline-specific case …
Submitted 8 February 2016 by Susan Anton
AAPA Addresses Sexual and Other Harassment
foster a community of inclusion and respect in which we can focus all of our
attention on our science, the AAPA Executive and other committees have developed
a number of resources, initiatives, and new programming. Following an open letter from the President
Submitted 3 January 2016 by AAPA Ethics Committee
The AAPA Ethics Committee has launched an Ethics Fellows Program for the 2016-2017 programmatic year. The fellowship is a valuable professional development opportunity for AAPA members interested in enhancing their ethical literacy. Applications are due February 15, 2016.
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