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Child-Maltreatment-Research-L (CMRL) List Serve

Database of Past CMRL Messages

Welcome to the database of past Child-Maltreatment-Research-L (CMRL) list serve messages. The table below contains all past CMRL messages (text only, no attachments) from Nov. 20, 1996 - December 22, 2017 and is updated quarterly.

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Message ID: 8760
Date: 2010-12-22

Author:Elissa Brown

Subject:call for nominations for the APSAC Advisor

The APSAC Advisor is widely considered the most valuable quarterly news journal for professionals in the field of child abuse and neglect. The APSAC Advisor provides succinct, data-based, practice-oriented articles that keep interdisciplinary professionals informed of the latest developments in policy and practice in the field of child maltreatment. The APSAC Alert, a new publication from APSAC, is a newsletter designed to inform non-members of APSAC about emerging knowledge relevant to frontline practice. The APSAC Board is seeking nominations for editor-in-chief (EIC) of the Advisor and Alert, beginning June 1, 2010. The EIC serves a minimum of three years with an option of extending service, if desired, and agreed upon by the Board of Directors of APSAC. The EIC is responsible for all decisions involving the selection process and journal content, including working with authors, making final decisions about publication, planning and approving the content of special issues and focus sections, and selecting commentaries and letters to the editor for publication. The EIC reports to the APSAC Board of Directors and Publications Committee. The EIC also is responsible for setting the overall direction of the Advisor and Alert. Financial support in the amount of $5000 is provided to offset costs. The EIC must be intimately familiar with the field of child abuse and neglect and its related scientific, professional, practice and policy literatures. Expertise in cultural diversity, public policy and practice issues are important. It is critical that the EIC appreciates the multidisciplinary and multicultural facets of child abuse and neglect. Nominees must be willing to join APSAC, if selected and if not already a member. Nominations should include a vita and a cover letter describing: 1. The nominee’s vision for the Advisor and a description of how the nominee would lead the journal to attain that vision. 2. The nominee’s membership status in APSAC and history of work within the organization. 3. A description of the applicant’s career accomplishments to date in research, practice and public policy related to child maltreatment. 4. Up to three letters of support may be included, but are not required. Questions about the EIC position should be directed to Dr. Elissa Brown, Chair of the Publications Committee, at browne@stjohns.edu . Nominations must be received by March 1, 2010. Please send the nomination packet by either regular mail or email (email is preferred) to: Elissa J. Brown, Ph.D. PARTNERS Program Director St. John’s University Center for Psychological Services 152-11 Union Turnpike Flushing, NY 11367 Elissa J. Brown, Ph.D. Founder and Executive Director, The PARTNERS Program Professor of Psychology, St. John's University The PARTNERS Program Healing Children after Trauma www.stjohns.edu/partners Join us at a Celebration to Benefit New York Kids on November 15th! To support our efforts, visit us at www.stjohns.edu/partners .

The APSAC Advisor is widely considered the most valuable quarterly news journal for professionals in the field of child abuse and neglect. The APSAC Advisor provides succinct, data-based, practice-oriented articles that keep interdisciplinary professionals informed of the latest developments in policy and practice in the field of child maltreatment. The APSAC Alert, a new publication from APSAC, is a newsletter designed to inform non-members of APSAC about emerging knowledge relevant to frontline practice. The APSAC Board is seeking nominations for editor-in-chief (EIC) of the Advisor and Alert, beginning June 1, 2010. The EIC serves a minimum of three years with an option of extending service, if desired, and agreed upon by the Board of Directors of APSAC. The EIC is responsible for all decisions involving the selection process and journal content, including working with authors, making final decisions about publication, planning and approving the content of special issues and focus sections, and selecting commentaries and letters to the editor for publication. The EIC reports to the APSAC Board of Directors and Publications Committee. The EIC also is responsible for setting the overall direction of the Advisor and Alert. Financial support in the amount of $5000 is provided to offset costs. The EIC must be intimately familiar with the field of child abuse and neglect and its related scientific, professional, practice and policy literatures. Expertise in cultural diversity, public policy and practice issues are important. It is critical that the EIC appreciates the multidisciplinary and multicultural facets of child abuse and neglect. Nominees must be willing to join APSAC, if selected and if not already a member. Nominations should include a vita and a cover letter describing: 1. The nominee’s vision for the Advisor and a description of how the nominee would lead the journal to attain that vision. 2. The nominee’s membership status in APSAC and history of work within the organization. 3. A description of the applicant’s career accomplishments to date in research, practice and public policy related to child maltreatment. 4. Up to three letters of support may be included, but are not required. Questions about the EIC position should be directed to Dr. Elissa Brown, Chair of the Publications Committee, at brownestjohns.edu . Nominations must be received by March 1, 2010. Please send the nomination packet by either regular mail or email (email is preferred) to: Elissa J. Brown, Ph.D. PARTNERS Program Director St. John’s University Center for Psychological Services 152-11 Union Turnpike Flushing, NY 11367 Elissa J. Brown, Ph.D. Founder and Executive Director, The PARTNERS Program Professor of Psychology, St. John's University The PARTNERS Program Healing Children after Trauma www.stjohns.edu/partners Join us at a Celebration to Benefit New York Kids on November 15th! To support our efforts, visit us at www.stjohns.edu/partners .