Walk away. Ignore. Talk it out. Seek Help. WITS is the well-known acronym for an anti-bullying strategy aimed at elementary school students, created in the shadow of Reena Virk's death in 1997. Bonnie Leadbeater was in Ottawa last night to accept the Canadian Institute of Health Research Partnership Award on behalf of the group behind the WITS progra. The Times Colonist article is featured on the front page of today's "Life" section. TC
CPA Certificate Awards 2012
The American Psychological Foundation (APF) is pleased to announce Justin Karr, of the University of Victoria, as the winner of the 2013 APF/COGDOP William and Dorothy Bevan Scholarship. Mr. Karr will receive $5,000 to fund his doctoral level study, “Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Modeling Recovery and Predicting Persistent Symptoms.”
Since 1953, APF has been supporting innovative research and programs that launch careers and seed the knowledge base on critical issues around the globe. For more information, please visit the APF Web site at www.apa.org/apf.
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