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Division of Neuropsychology

Division of Neuropsychology

    

    

     

      

 

   

 

 

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The Division of Neuropsychology (DoN) promotes the professional development of neuropsychology and research in the field of neuropsychology.

We support our members by providing training and advice, by holding regular events, and by keeping our members up to date with the latest divisional news.

Our members include those engaged in the assessment and management of patients with neurological injuries or neurodevelopmental disorders. 

And those who teach and undertake research in the field of neuropsychology.


How to join

Membership of the division is open to members of the British Psychological Society.

If you are not already a member you can join the DoN at the same time as applying for membership of the Society.

There are two grades of divisional membership:

  • Full divisional membership - For fully qualified psychologists who are eligible for Chartered Status, and have either completed the Society’s Qualification in Clinical Neuropsychology (QiCN) or have at least 2-years full time experience working specifically in Neuropsychology.

  • General divisional membership - For members of the Society who are not currently eligible for the above grade.

 

There are currently 910 members in this group.

News

The Member Services Unit is seeking two new committee members.

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 The DoN are recruiting a Public Policy Researcher to cover our Researcher's Maternity leave.

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 DoN Annual Conference 2014

 

Early bird reduced rate extended to 13th October

Due to popular request we have extended the deadline for poster submissions to Monday 13th October.

Pre-conference workshop

There will be a pre-conference workshop on MS on Thursday 27th November 2014 at the same venue.

We very much hope that this conference will be well supported by our members, as has been the case in previous years.  

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