Call for Papers: Ethical Issues in Education and Training
Submission Deadline: October 1, 2013
The editorial team for Training and Education in Professional Psychology is assembling a package of articles on ethical issues in education and training.
We are interested in articles that address, but are not limited to
ethical issues in individual and group supervision
ethics as a competency necessary in the education and training of psychologists
best practices and evidence based approaches to teaching and training ethics
developmental approaches to teaching and training ethics
ethical challenges in telehealth and telesupervision
teaching/training students in ethical issues related to primary care settings/interprofessional work
training students to work with ethical issues inherent in small communities
outcomes related to ethics in education and training
We are seeking manuscripts of approximately 20–30 pages, including references (the length of longer papers must be justified).
Submissions must be original and not previously published. Each manuscript should be prepared in accordance with Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th Edition (2010).
All submissions will be peer reviewed, and, therefore, acceptance is not guaranteed. Revisions are usually required.
Deadline for submissions to be considered in this package is October 1, 2013.
The package editors will be Jenny Cornish and Michael Roberts. Please contact Dr. Cornish and Dr. Roberts if you intend to submit a manuscript.
Authors should submit articles through the Manuscript Submission Portal.