APA International Learning Partner Program
Travel to Cuba with APA International Learning Partner Program — 2014
Travel with psychology colleagues to Cuba to begin sustained collaborations with Cuban psychologists. Learn about the Cuban health system and attend the 7th International Congress on Health Psychology — Psychohealth 2014, organized by the Cuban Society for Health Psychology.
Cost: $2,900 per person, $185 single supplement
Dates: Nov. 8-16, 2014
Deadlines: Expression of interest and CV must be emailed to the Office of International Affairs by June, 30 2014. A $560 trip deposit is due by Sept. 5, 2014.
Participation is limited to 20 travelers.
Initiated in 2012, the APA International Learning Partner Program is designed to promote an understanding of psychology and psychological issues in countries outside the United States. The goals of the APA International Learning Partner Program are to promote understanding of psychology outside the United States, and international collaboration in research, education and scholarship.
The purpose of the 2014 trip to Cuba is to foster the development of sustained collaborations between U.S. and Cuban psychologists through participation at the 7th International Congress on Health Psychology. Participants will attend the congress and (if desired) make presentations and participate in round table discussions. The group will be led by 2012 APA President Suzanne Bennett Johnson, who was the group leader for the 2013 Cuban trip.