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TORRES, Samantha  and  DALL'IGNA ECKER, Daniel. Experience report on the approximation of CREPOP-RS to the academic environment: training in psychology and public policy. Rev. Subj. [online]. 2016, vol.16, n.3, pp. 121-132. ISSN 2359-0769.

This experience report discusses the development of a pilot project for the approximation of the Centro de Referência Técnica em Psicologia e Políticas Públicas/Center for Technical Reference in Psychology and Public Policy (CREPOP), from the Conselho Regional de Psicologia do Rio Grande do Sul/Regional Council of Psychology of Rio Grande do Sul (CRP / RS), to the academic environment. The aim of this study was to foster a discussion about training in psychology and public policies among undergraduate students and professors from two universities in the state of Rio Grande do Sul. The project was carried out in two stages: a meeting with internship students and a discussion about the thematic followed by the systematization of the obtained data; discussion of systematized data with the professors who make up the faculty of the psychology course of each institution. From the results it was possible to organize the students' reports in the following categories: 1) Presence of the theme in training; 2) Spaces of professional practice; 3) Critical training; 4) Interdisciplinarity; 5) Qualification of teaching staff; 6) Political action; 7) Student protagonism. Finally, we evaluated the pilot project as a powerful space for reflection on the interface between training in psychology and public policy.

Keywords : CREPOP; psychologist training; public policy; experience report.

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