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  President's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities [PCEPD]   


Contact:


President's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities
Washington, DC 20004-1107

202/376-6200

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  President's Council on Bioethics   

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The President's Council on Bioethics
1425 New York Avenue, NW
Suite C100
Washington, DC 20005

202/296-4669

info (snail) bioethics.gov (When pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


About:


The President's Council on Bioethics, established in 2001, advises the president of the United States on bioethical issues that may emerge as a consequence of advances in biomedical science and technology. Members are appointed by the president.

Objectives:

  • Undertake fundamental inquiry into the human and moral significance of developments in biomedical and behavioral science and technology
  • Explore specific ethical and policy questions related to these developments
  • Provide a forum for a national discussion of bioethical issues
  • Facilitate a greater understanding of bioethical issues
  • Explore possibilities for useful international collaboration on bioethical issues

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  Prevent Child Abuse America [PCA America]   

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Contact:
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Prevent Child Abuse America
200 South Michigan Avenue
17th Floor
Chicago, IL 60604-2404

312/663-3520
312/939-8962 fax

800/835-2671
312/663-3520
312/939-8962 fax

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Prevent Child Abuse America [PCA America] is a volunteer-based organization of concerned citizens in the corporate, civic, lay, and professional communities working together to prevent child abuse. Its mission is to gain a nationwide commitment to prevent child abuse through the creation of sound policies, and awareness and prevention programs. It believes in the right of every child to have a safe and nurturing home, with parents who are adequately educated and supported in the art of good parenting.

PCA America has 38 state chapters and 2 provisional chapters.

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  Preventive Child Mental Health Association - Egypt   


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Preventive Child Mental Health Association - Egypt

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  Prevent Child Abuse America   

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Prevent Child Abuse America was formed in 1972. The objective and duty of the organization is to provide public awareness of the problem of child abuse in America.

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  Prevent Child Abuse Texas   


Contact:


Prevent Child Abuse Texas
12701 Research 303
Austin, TX 78759

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  Prevention and Mental Health Conference   

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  Prevnet Network   

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Contact:
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Prevnet Network
c/o Peer van der Kreeft, President

+32/92315748
+32/92728611 fax

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About:


Prevnet Network is a European partnership with more than 40 organisations aimed at advocacy for telematic methods (more than the net alone) in the prevention of addictions.

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  Pri-Med   

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Pri-Med is a proprietary medical education company serving primary care physicians and allied health professionals.

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  PRIDE   

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Contact:


PRIDE, Inc
3610 Dekalb Technology Parkway
Suite 105
Atlanta, GA 30340

770/458-5030

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  Primary Health Care Specialist Group   

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Primary Health Care Specialist Group
54 New Street
Worcester, WR1 2DL
United Kingdom

+44/1905/727461

info (snail) phcsg.org (When pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


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Founded in 1981, the Primary Health Care Specialist Group of the British Computer Society is concerned with all aspects of Information Technology which affect Primary Care. It's membership includes general practitioners, computer professionals, informaticians, academics, community medical staff, nurses, health visitors, practice administration staff, Health Authority staff, user group managers, dentists, pharmacists, opticians and others involved in clinical care in the National Health Service.

The official publication of the Primary Health Care Specialist Group is Informatics in Primary Care.

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  Prince Edward Island Psychological Association   


Contact:


Prince Edward Island Psychological Association
c/o Cathy Ryan, President
Department of Psychology
University of Prince Edward Island
Charlottetown, PEI C1A 4P3
Canada

902/566-0323
Fax: (902) 628-4359

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  Princeton University   

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  Principia Cybernetica Project [PCP]   

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The Principia Cybernetica Project is a world-wide organization collaboratively developing a computer-supported evolutionary-systemic philosophy, in the context of the transdisciplinary academic fields of Systems Science and Cybernetics.

PCP publishes electronic texts and facilitates scholarly work via its World-Wide Web server, Principia Cybernetica Web, associated FTP server, electronic mailing lists, and through conferences and traditional publications.

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  Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition [PLAR], (L'evaluation et la reconnaissance des acquis [L'ERA])   

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Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition is the process of identifying, assessing, and recognizing what a person knows and can do. The Canadian Labour Force Development Board's [CLFDB] proposal for PLAR builds on the approach now used in many Canadian educational institutions for prior learning assessment. It also reflects lessons learned from international experience. The CLFDB proposes that:
  • National PLAR standards should be developed to ensure that PLAR processes are fair and consistent, wherever they are used;
  • A strategy should be set up to get PLAR working in schools, training programs and in the workplace and in career planning.

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  Prison Health Research Network [PHRN]   

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The Prison Health Research Network [PHRN] is a Department of Health funded initiative, led jointly by the Universities of Manchester, Southampton and Sheffield, and the Institute of Psychiatry. The aim of the PHRN is to contribute to the work of this partnership by providing a focal point for the associated research agenda, encouraging researchers to undertake high quality work in prison settings that will address the particular needs of this population. PHRN will focuses on primary care; dental health; mental health; and substance abuse.

Objectives:

  • Develop a multi-disciplinary, multi-agency Network focused on prison health care innovation, evaluation and knowledge dissemination
  • Develop a network of collaborative prisons actively hosting research and development in prison health care
  • Develop and deliver research projects in each of the core work streams, encouraging prison staff to become active partners in the research process
  • Develop training opportunities for clinical staff in research methods and signpost them to existing training and development opportunities
  • Work toward developing the frequency and quality of service user involvement in prison health care provision and research
  • Develop a "pathway to research", outlining the processes required to successfully undertake research in prisons, including information about funding, research ethics and governance requirements and practical information about conducting research in such a unique environment
  • Host an annual, international conference and other workshops and training events, highlighting innovative research findings and best clinical practice examples in prison health care from the UK and worldwide

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  Private Practitioners Group   

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Private Practitioners Group

212/668-0050

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Since 2002 the Private Practitioners Group has provided a forum for social workers in private practice to exchange ideas and resources, learn from and support one another, combat the isolation that can occur in private practice, network, and join forces to implement projects and secure resources that we cannot obtain individually.

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  Proactive Therapy Innovations [PTI]   

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Contact:
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Proactive Therapy Innovations
1417-B Washington Street
PO Box 525
Natchitoches, LA 71457

318/352-2244
318/352-2244 fax

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Since 1989, Proactive Therapy Innovations [PTI] has offered a variety of services including a specialization in career and rehabilitation counseling, individual counseling, consulting, and program development.

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  Professional Academy of Custody Evaluators [PACE]   

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Professional Academy of Custody Evaluators, Inc
PO Box 229
Furlong, PA 19825

800/633-7223

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Operating since 1992, the Professional Academy of Custody Evaluators [PACE] is a private, non-profit, membership organization of psychologists and other mental health professionals doing comprehensive child custody evaluations. PACE is the professional organization for child custody evaluators, and certifies psychologists and other mental health professionals as Registered Custody Evaluators.

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  Professional Assistance Program of New Jersey [PAPNJ]   

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Contact:
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Professional Assistance Program of New Jersey
742 Alexander Road,
Suite 105
Princeton, NJ 08540

609/919-1660
609/919-16116 fax

steve.giacolona (snail) papnj.org (When pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


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The Professional Assistance Program of New Jersey [PAPNJ] provides services to protect the public safety and welfare of the citizens of New Jersey through education, identification, evaluation, treatment planning, and advocacy for licensed healthcare and other professionals in recovery from impairing medical conditions and illnesses.

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  Professional Assistance Program (New York) [PAP]   

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Contact:


Professional Assistance Program
80 Wolf Road
Suite 204
Albany, NY 12205-2643

518/474-3817, ext 480
518/485-9378 fax
Email: pap@mail.nysed.gov


About:


The Professional Assistance Program [PAP] assists professionals who have substance abuse problems, but who have not harmed patients or clients. Such professionals may voluntarily surrender their licenses while receiving treatment rather than face charges of professional misconduct.

[Note: The Committee for Physician Health, a division of the Medical Society of the State of New York, operates a similar program for physicians, physician assistants, and specialist assistants affected by substance abuse, mental health problems, and cognitive disorders. Similarly, the Statewide Peer Assistance for Nurses [SPAN] program is a resource for RNs coping with chemical dependency (alcoholism and/or drug addiction) problems.]

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  Professional Associates In Clinical Hypnotherapy [PACH]   


Contact:


Professional Associates In Clinical Hypnotherapy
5567 Reseda Boulevard
Suite 115
Tarzana, CA 91356

800/564-9766
818/708-3559
818/708-1553 fax

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  Professional Conference Organisers   


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Professional Conference Organisers
108 Church Street
Hawthorn, Victoria 3122
Australia

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  Professional Learning Network [PLN]   

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Professional Learning Network, LLC
270 Greenwich Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830

888//394-9293
203/422-0535
203/629-6048 fax

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The Professional Learning Network [PLN] continues the management of the Cape Cod Institute, which was founded under the aegis of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 1980. PLN's mission is to make a difference in the lives of people and organizations by providing excellent, timely and lively continuing education for mental health and management professionals.

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  Professional Psych Seminars   

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Professional Psych Seminars
PO Box 3174
Thousand Oaks, CA 91359-0174

877/777-0668
805/371-9443
805/371-7443 fax

info (snail) psychsem.com (When pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


About:


Professional Psych Seminars is a propietary nonprofit organization that provides continuing education to mental health professionals. It offers both in-person training and independent learning.

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  Professional Risk Management Services [PRMS]   

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Contact:


Professional Risk Management Services, Inc
1515 Wilson Boulevard
Suite 800
Arlington, VA 22209

800/245-3333


About:


Professional Risk Management Services [PRMS] specializes in program management services (liability insurance, invoicing, etc.) for behavioral healthcare. Offerings include seminars and self-evaluation tools.

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  Professional Training Associates   


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Professional Training Associates, Ltd
PO Box 1282
Grafton, VA 23692

757/877-2933
757/877-2933 fax

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Professional Training Associates organizes workshops and conference planning for Human Servcies.

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  Program in Psychiatry and the Law [PIPATL]   

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PIPATL
74 Fenwood Road
Boston, MA 02115

617/734-1300

hauser (snail) psychiatry.com (When pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


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The Program in Psychiatry and the Law [PIPATL] is a small but highly productive discussion group with a listserv open to "friends". It was founded in 1979 as a forensic psychiatry training program, but has broadened to encompass sophisticated consideration of medical decision-making under conditions of uncertainty and its relation to ethical concepts and to personal moral development.

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  Project SCOPE   

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Project SCOPE
232 West Canton Street
Suite 100
Boston, MA 02116

877/267-4422
617/267-4422
617/312-4002 mobile
617/262-0907 fax

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Project SCOPE (Specialized teleCenters Of Professional Education) is a non-profit developer of community-based telecenters worldwide for both urban and rural venues with a focus on underserved populations, particularly women, children and the disabled. In partnership with local communities using an innovative, grassroots approach, including the "televillage concept," Project SCOPE establishes telecenters which ensure universal access for all to education, training, community redevelopment, public health, and economic development programs via appropriate technology. Additionally, Project SCOPE telecenters will create "cultural connections" to provide a voice for each culture individually but designed for sharing and interaction with all cultures.

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  Project GRACE   

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Project GRACE
1311 North Westshore Boulevard #107
Tampa, FL 33607

877/994-7223
813/281-2324
813/281-0295 fax

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Project GRACE (Guidelines for Resuscitation And Care at End-of-life) is a non-profit foundation dedicated to improving the use and understanding of Advance Directives, as well as promoting and providing education for both the community and the health care provider regarding Advance Care Planning, Palliative Care, and End-of-life Issues as well as adding quality to the last chapter of life.

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  Project for Psychiatric Outreach to the Homeless [PPOH]   

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Project for Psychiatric Outreach to the Homeless
74 Trinity Place
Suite 800
New York, NY 10006

212/579-2650

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The Project for Psychiatric Outreach to the Homeless [PPOH] recruits psychiatrists - including volunteers - who provide psychiatric services on-site at agencies in the community serving homeless or formerly homeless persons. Each psychiatrist goes to the same program each week for an hour or more, and provides patient care in consultation with casework staff.

The organization began in 1986 as a task force of the American Psychiatric Association, then became an independent, not-for-profit agency in 1991. PPOH has 42 psychiatrists working at 25 sites.

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  Projects in Knowledge   


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Projects in Knowledge
One Harmon Plaza
Secaucus, NJ 07094

201/617-9700
201/617-7333 fax

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Projects in Knowledge sponsors continuing education programs for physicians.

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  Anton Proksch Institut [API]   

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Anton Proksch Institut
Mackgasse 7-11
A-1237 Wien
Austria

+43/1/8882533-120
+43/1/8882533- 77 fax

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Der Anton Proksch Institut [API] ist ein modernes Behandlungszentrum für Alkoholkranke, Medikamenten- und Drogenabhängige.

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  Promedius   

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Promedius Ltd
9 Magdala Road
Mapperely Park
Nottingham NG3 5DE
United Kingdom

+44/115/969 2016
+44/115/969 2017 fax

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Promedius designs educational conferences in growing areas of medical interest.

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  PROREC   

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The main objective of this organisation is to promote and support initiatives regarding the convergence towards European Electronic Health Care Records.

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