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Workshop

Building your career after you qualify: An event for Early Career psychologists

29 March 2019 1:00 pm - 5:30 pm
London
This event is free and is open to early career psychologists. Registration is required.
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The BPS Research Board's Early Career Working Group have organised a free event for Early Career psychologists to provide them with peer support, resources and signposting.

The event is open to all Early Career psychologists: ‘postdoctoral’ researchers, lecturers and practitioners (not just BPS members). 

The topics and speakers will include:

  • How do I secure funding and manage a job? (Dr Shelley McKeown Jones, Bristol University) 
  • What are the experiences of an early career psychology practitioner? (Rupy Kaur, Founder of You Own It)
  • How do I engage with the public? (Fraser Smith, Glasgow Caledonian University)
  • What does the REF mean to an early career psychologist? How can the BPS support me? (Lisa Morrison-Coulthard, Head of Research and Impact at BPS)

Following the speakers there will be a panel discussion and wine reception (4:30-5:30pm)

For more information or to book your place please use the Register button.

You can also follow the twitter hastag #EarlyCareerPsych for updates.

The British Psychological Society
30 Tabernacle Street
London
EC2A 4UE

13:00 Registration opens (refreshments available)
13:30 Welcome
14:00 How do I secure funding and manage a job? (Dr Shelley McKeown Jones, Bristol University) 
14:20 What are the experiences of an early career psychology practitioner? (Rupy Kaur, Founder of You Own It)
14:40 How do I engage with the public? (Fraser Smith, Glasgow Caledonian University)
15:00 What does the REF mean to an early career psychologist? How can the BPS support me? (Lisa Morrison-Coulthard, Head of Research and Impact at BPS)
15:20 Break
15:30 Speaker panel Q&A
16:15 Summing up
16:30 Wine reception
17:30 Finish

For further information please contact [email protected]

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