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Division of Health Psychology
Message from Sasha Cain, DHP Chair 2014-15
Welcome to the DHP website. This year, as DHP Chair, I have set some strategic goals to work towards, in addition to continuing to implement the 3-5 year plan. Key priorities include developing devolved nation committees, encouraging more efficient ways of working for the DHP committee, and providing new email addresses for key roles on the committee. These will be role-specific and will not change with the post-holder. The Chair can now be contacted on email@example.com and emails for other committee members can be found here. I look forward to working with the DHP Committee to achieve our goals and I wish all of the membership a great 2014/15!
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What is health psychology? The goal of health psychology is to study scientifically the psychological processes of health, illness and health care. The aim is to apply health psychology to the promotion and maintenance of health, the analysis and improvement of the health care system and health policy formation, the prevention of illness and disability and the enhancement of outcomes of those who are ill or disabled. In addition there is a common purpose within health psychology of developing professional skills in research, consultancy and teaching and training.
The Division of Health Psychology (DHP) promotes the professional interests of health psychologists.
We aim to develop psychology as a profession and as a body of knowledge and skills.
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DHP Strategic Objectives
The Division of Health Psychology aims to promote health psychology and the interests of members of the Division in their activities in health psychology. As a division we work closely with Sections, Special Groups and other Divisions of the British Psychological Society (BPS), and, where appropriate, collaborate with other organisations and individuals with similar interests in the pursuit of promoting health psychology. Each year the committee publishes specific aims and objectives and these are available here.
16-18 September 2015
Radisson Blu Portman Hotel, London