COVID-19 RESOURCES

American Psychological Association (APA) Resources

for Students, Faculty, Psychologists, Supervisors, Trainees and High School Teachers of Psychology

BE SURE TO CHECK THE APA website WEEKLY FOR UPDATES AND NEW RESOURCES.

APA Commission on Accreditation COVID-19 updates
The Commission on Accreditation is having discussions to formulate guidance regarding accreditation and OPCA staff are working to communicate this guidance as it is formulated.

COVID-19 Education FAQs
Addressing issues affecting graduate students, postdocs, interns and faculty with supervision and training responsibilities.

APA electronic resources available for distance learning
Free access to a variety of books and other academic materials offered during shut-down period.

APA offers free access to Publication Manual and other resources through May 25
To support academic libraries and their many patrons, we are providing temporary free access to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th and 7th editions), the Concise Guide to APA Style, and more than 160 other books published by APA Books through VitalSource and RedShelf.

Advice for psychology supervisors and trainees on caring for patients during the COVID-19 crisis
As public health and education officials continue to monitor the spread of the coronavirus, here is advice for supervisors and trainees at psychology training programs on how to prepare for and adapt to fluctuating circumstances specific to patient care.

COVID-19 relevant free journal articles
This free collection includes relevant psychological research published across the APA Journals portfolio. We will update this collection on an ongoing basis.

Free CE series on telepsychology best practice
For a limited time, APA'S four-part Continuing Education in Psychology series "Telepsychology Best Practice 101" is available free of charge.

Psychology lesson plans made available to all teachers by APA
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, APA Teachers of Psychology in Secondary Schools (TOPSS) has made psychology unit lessons available freely for the benefit all teachers.

Conducting research during the COVID-19 pandemic
Advice from psychological researchers on protecting participants, animals and research plans.

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