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As practitioners know, providing quality psychological services within most health care systems today is becoming increasingly difficult.  Likewise, except for a few small federal programs, there is verylimited federal funding to support psychology graduate education and training.  Inaddition, shrinking state allocations and federal budgets Renew Membershipare beginning to have a negative impact on federal research grants. 

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