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DCP Faculty for the Psychology of Older People (FPoP)
Welcome to the Faculty for the Psychology of Older People (FPOP, also known as PSIGE)
The Faculty of the Psychology of Older People provides a forum for psychologists with an interest in work with older people.
Established in 1980, this group is a faculty of the Division of Clinical Psychology (DCP) within the British Psychological Society (BPS).
It works to encourage the exchange of information, ideas and expertise about psychological approaches with older people.
It is a national group with members throughout the UK. Although primarily for Psychologists, membership is open to individuals from other disciplines and voluntary groups who share an interest in work with older people.
The Faculty of the Psychology of Older People's aims are as follows:
Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Division of Clinical Psychology, Faculty of the Psychology of Older People will be held on Monday 11 July 2016, 12.45pm at Kassam Stadium, Grenoble Road, Oxford, OX4 4XP.
Nominations are invited for:
Honorary Secretary - 1 year
Nominations for the above vacancies should be sent to the Honorary Secretary on the enclosed nomination form, at the Society’s offices to reach us no later than 12 noon on Wednesday 1 June 2016, at the address on the nomination form.
All nominees must be Full Members of the Division of Clinical Psychology, Faculty of the Psychology of Older People with voting rights unless otherwise specified. The nominations require a proposer and seconder who must be Full Members of the Division of Clinical Psychology, Faculty of the Psychology of Older People with voting rights and the consent of the nominee to accept office, if elected, must be obtained in writing.
Nominees are asked to complete brief biographical details of not more than 300 words, using the reverse of the nomination form. This information will be used should a ballot be necessary.
Alternatively, if the nominee does not have the signatures for the proposer or seconder, the nominee can email the completed form and ask that the proposer or seconder separately send an email from their Society-registered email address - including their membership number - to Member Network Services, stating they are happy to propose or second the nominee.
If you have any queries regarding the AGM, nominations or resolutions please email Member Network Services.