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Message ID: 10891
Date: 2021-02-26

Author:Lisa Schelbe

Subject:FW: Call for Consulting Editors of the APSAC Advisor

I want to share two announcements from American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (ASPAC) that are likely relevant to our work: 1) A call for papers 2) A call for consulting editor Details are attached and below. The APSAC Advisor will publish a special issue focused on confronting systemic racism and bias as they impact disproportionality and injustice experienced by Black families in child welfare. Guest Editors are Jessica Pryce, Ph.D., MSW, Director of the Florida Institute for Child Welfare at Florida State University and Reiko Boyd, Ph.D., MSW, Assistant Professor, University of Houston. See the attached call for papers for more information. Please consider submitting your work and circulating this call for papers among your colleagues. The APSAC Advisor currently is seeking Consulting Editors in the following areas: • Early Childhood Education • Child Welfare • Equity & Social Justice • Prevention • Public Health The primary responsibility of a Consulting Editor is to assist in the identification of reviewers for the Advisor within their area of expertise. The Editorial Team will contact the Consulting Editors as manuscripts are submitted to assist in the process of identifying appropriate reviewers. It is estimated that this will be one or two emails a month. Consulting Editors occasionally may be asked to review a manuscript that is directly in their area. When there is a disagreement among reviewers, Consulting Editors may also be asked to provide guidance to the Editorial Team. Additionally, the Consulting Editors may be asked to provide feedback and generate ideas for special issues and potential guest editors. They may also be asked to contribute to commentary providing a perspective from their area of expertise. Serving as a Consulting Editors is an unpaid volunteer position with a two-year term. Consulting Editors will be recognized in each issue of the Advisor. People interested in serving as a Consulting Editor should submit 1) a letter describing their interest, qualifications, and description about their ability to contribute the APSAC’s commitment to eliminate systemic racism and implicit bias in the child maltreatment field and indicating if they are a APSAC member or willing to join APSAC if selected as a Consulting Editor 2) their resume/curriculum vitae to the APSAC Adviser Editorial Team at info@apsac.org . Materials are due by March 15, 2021. Please send materials and any questions to info@apsac.org .

I want to share two announcements from American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (ASPAC) that are likely relevant to our work: 1) A call for papers 2) A call for consulting editor Details are attached and below. The APSAC Advisor will publish a special issue focused on confronting systemic racism and bias as they impact disproportionality and injustice experienced by Black families in child welfare. Guest Editors are Jessica Pryce, Ph.D., MSW, Director of the Florida Institute for Child Welfare at Florida State University and Reiko Boyd, Ph.D., MSW, Assistant Professor, University of Houston. See the attached call for papers for more information. Please consider submitting your work and circulating this call for papers among your colleagues. The APSAC Advisor currently is seeking Consulting Editors in the following areas: • Early Childhood Education • Child Welfare • Equity & Social Justice • Prevention • Public Health The primary responsibility of a Consulting Editor is to assist in the identification of reviewers for the Advisor within their area of expertise. The Editorial Team will contact the Consulting Editors as manuscripts are submitted to assist in the process of identifying appropriate reviewers. It is estimated that this will be one or two emails a month. Consulting Editors occasionally may be asked to review a manuscript that is directly in their area. When there is a disagreement among reviewers, Consulting Editors may also be asked to provide guidance to the Editorial Team. Additionally, the Consulting Editors may be asked to provide feedback and generate ideas for special issues and potential guest editors. They may also be asked to contribute to commentary providing a perspective from their area of expertise. Serving as a Consulting Editors is an unpaid volunteer position with a two-year term. Consulting Editors will be recognized in each issue of the Advisor. People interested in serving as a Consulting Editor should submit 1) a letter describing their interest, qualifications, and description about their ability to contribute the APSAC’s commitment to eliminate systemic racism and implicit bias in the child maltreatment field and indicating if they are a APSAC member or willing to join APSAC if selected as a Consulting Editor 2) their resume/curriculum vitae to the APSAC Adviser Editorial Team at infoapsac.org . Materials are due by March 15, 2021. Please send materials and any questions to infoapsac.org .