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Journal + Tests

PRJwritingProfessional Development Program (PDP) hours are offered in a reading and testing format using issues of the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal published by the Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation and the United States Psychiatric Rehabilation Association (USPRA), formerly the International Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services (IAPSRS).

  • Beginning with the Fall 2003 issue of the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal (volume 27, number 2), test questions have been developed from each article.
  • Registration for each PRJ test costs $25.00.
  • Successful completion of the test (a score of 70% or better) earns 5 PDP Hours to be used for continuing education.
  • For continuing education information, refer back to the PDP Hours page.
  • Registration for the PDP Journal + Test does not include a copy of the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal. PDP Journal + Test participants must be subscribers to the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, or have access to a copy of the latest Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal.

Members of the USPRA Certification Program may earn up to 15 PDP Hours from the Journal + Test option towards their overall required continuing education hours during a three-year period.

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Registration for each PRJ test costs $25.00.
Test for Winter 2012 Issue (volume 35, number 3)
Test for Fall 2011 Issue (volume 35, number 2)
Test for Summer 2011 Issue (volume 35, number 1)
Test for Spring 2011 Issue (volume 34, number 4)
Test for Winter 2011 Issue (volume 34, number 3)
Test for Fall 2010 Issue (volume 34, number 2)
Test for Summer 2010 Issue (volume 34, number 1)
Test for Spring 2010 Issue (volume 33, number 4)
Test for Winter 2010 Issue (volume 33, number 3)
Test for Fall 2009 Issue (volume 33, number 2)
Test for Summer 2009 Issue (volume 33, number 1)
Test for Spring 2009 Issue (volume 32, number 4)
Test for Winter 2009 Issue (volume 32, number 3)
Test for Fall 2008 Issue (volume 32, number 2)
Test for Summer 2008 Issue (volume 32, number 1)
Test for Spring 2008 Issue (volume 31, number 4)
Test for Winter 2008 Issue (volume 31, number 3)
Test for Fall 2007 Issue (volume 31, number 2)
Test for Summer 2007 Issue (volume 31, number 1)
Test for Spring 2007 Issue (volume 30, number 4)
Test for Winter 2007 Issue (volume 30, number 3)
Test for Fall 2006 Issue (volume 30, number 2)
Test for Summer 2006 Issue (volume 30, number 1)
Test for Spring 2006 Issue (volume 29, number 4)
Test for Winter 2006 Issue (volume 29, number 3)
Test for Fall 2005 Issue (volume 29, number 2)
Test for Summer 2005 Issue (volume 29, number 1)
Test for Spring 2005 Issue (volume 28, number 4)
Test for Winter 2005 Issue (volume 28, number 3)
Test for Fall 2004 Issue (volume 28, number 2)
Test for Summer 2004 Issue (volume 28, number 1)
Test for Spring 2004 Issue (volume 27, number 4)
Test for Winter 2004 Issue (volume 27, number 3)
Test for Fall 2003 Issue (volume 27, number 2)

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The Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal is published quarterly by Boston University in collaboration with the United States Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association (USPRA).

Click here for the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal websiteSubscription rates and renewal methods are currently being updated. Contact the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal at prj@bu.edu for more information.

 

For Information about other Distance Learning options contact:

Sue McNamara, MS, CRC, CPRP
suemac@bu.edu
Director, Professional Development Program
Phone: 617/358-2574
Fax: 617/353-9209

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