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Broad View: February 2014

By: Michael Ranney, MPA
This is an especially busy time at OPA.
We are seeking nominations for OPA President-elect and for the position of OPA Representative …

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Simple Steps to Reduce Your Risk of Heart Disease

With all the focus on romance and love around Valentine’s Day, the most important aspect of the heart is often overlooked—its health. February is National …

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Testimony for House Bill 332: Behavioral Health in Pain Medicine

Gary J. Sipps, PhD, ABPP testified on January 7, 2014 for House Bill 332: Behavioral Health in Pain Medicine.
Psychologists offer a variety of relevant …

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2014 Call for Nominations

The OPA Nominating Committee asks members to submit nominations for the OPA President-Elect and OPA Representative to the APA Council of Representatives. Nominations must be …

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MCE Minute: January 2014

OPA-MCE wants to wish you a Happy New Year and remind you to stick to that resolution and send in your hours as soon as …

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Advocacy Alert: January 2014

Medicare Cuts Deferred, Medical Mutual Insurance Visit and Opiod Legislation
By: Bobbie Celeste, PhD, OPA Director of Professional Affairs
Medicare Cuts Deferred!
APA Practice Organization let a …

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Broad View: January 2014

By: Michael Ranney, MPA, OPA Executive Director
Turning the pages of the calendar and finding myself in a New Year already was quite a shock. …

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President’s Message: January 2014

Health Care Reform: Top 10 Things Ohio Psychologists Should Know
By: Kathleen Ashton, PhD, OPA President
This January, the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known by …

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January Committee Spotlight: Communications & Technology

The Origin of the Telepsychology Competencies
By: Marc B. Dielman, PhD, Co-Chair, Communications and Technology Committee
At a workshop in Hamilton, Ohio on April 27, 2012, Dr. …

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5 Ways to Manage Your Holiday Stress

Thanksgiving is over but the remainder of the holiday season can still bring added stress to the many Americans who already experience high stress throughout …

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