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Communications Corner

Posted 1 April 2005 in StressPoints by ISTSS

ISTSS Announcements and Updates

Leskin Selected as ISTSS Web Editor

Posted 1 April 2005 in StressPoints by ISTSS

Gregory Leskin, PhD, has been selected by the ISTSS Web Task Force to be the new ISTSS Web editor. The Web Task Force carefully reviewed resumes submitted for this volunteer position before making a decision in February.

Student Section

Posted 1 April 2005 in StressPoints by Joanna Legerski University of Montana

Lessons Learned in the Postdoc Trenches: Professionals Share the Things that Helped Shape Their Careers

CITRM 2005: Longitudinal Methods in Trauma Research; Call For Submissions

Posted 1 April 2005 in StressPoints by ISTSS

The Second Annual Conference on Innovations in Trauma Research Methods (CITRM) is scheduled for November 6–7, 2005, in Toronto, immediately after the ISTSS 21st Annual Meeting. CITRM will be held at the Radisson Admiral Harbourfront Hotel, less than one-half mile from the site of the ISTSS annual meeting. The goal of CITRM is to promote methodological advances in the study of stress, trauma and PTSD. The theme for CITRM 2005 is Longitudinal Methods in Trauma Research, a key topic in contemporary trauma research methodology (and one requested by many attendees at CITRM 2004).

Book Review

Posted 1 April 2005 in StressPoints by Mary Beth Williams

A Vietnam Trilogy: Veterans and Post Traumatic Stress: 1968, 1989, 2000, by Raymond Monsour Scurfield, New York: Algora Publishing, 2004.

Apply for 2005 Student Research Grant

Posted 1 April 2005 in StressPoints by ISTSS

The ISTSS Student Research Grant (SRG) provides two $1,000 grants to student members who submit proposals judged to have the greatest potential to contribute to the field of traumatic stress.

ISTSS Travel Grants Available: Apply by July 15

Posted 1 April 2005 in StressPoints by ISTSS

ISTSS offers a limited number of travel grants to support conference attendees coming from developing countries and experiencing financial hardship with fees or travel costs. The travel grants are supported by voluntary contributions from ISTSS members.

Submit Entries for ISTSS Call for Awards Nominations by June 1

Posted 1 April 2005 in StressPoints by ISTSS

ISTSS performs an important function in recognizing those who have advanced the field of traumatic stress through their vision, creativity, tenacity, research accomplishments, clinical skills, public service and work with the media. The annual awards ceremony is always a highlight of the annual meeting. It is the time when those in the trauma field gather together to honor individuals who have made important contributions that advance the field and enrich lives personally and professionally.
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