Minutes for the 2014 business meeting are posted here.

One symposium at the 2014 meeting featured a group of "rising stars" from programs and departments that belong to APCS.  The symposium titled "The Future of Clinical Science" was chaired by Marc Atkins with Tim Strauman serving as discussant. Participants included Jennifer Pfeifer, Renee Thompson, David Langer, and Kate Zinsser.

The second symposium in 2014 was chaired by Lisa Onken from the National Institute on Drug Abuse, and Michael Rohrbaugh served as the discussant. The title was "Programs of Excellence and the Delaware Project on Clinical Science Training" and featured talks by Michael Otto, Dave Sbarra, Julie Schumacher, Steven Martino, and Joanne Davila. 

PCSAS is an independent, non-profit body incorporated in December 2007 to provide rigorous, objective, and empirically based accreditation of Ph.D. programs in psychological clinical science (the terms psychological clinical science and scientific clinical psychology are used interchangeably).
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The Delaware Project aims to redefine psychological clinical science training in ways that emphasize continuity across a spectrum of research activities concerned with (a) basic mechanisms of psychopathology and behavior change, (b) intervention generation and refinement, (c) intervention efficacy and effectiveness...