01 September 2017
Psychologists will gather in Cambridge on Friday for the annual conference of the British Psychological Society (BPS)'s East of England branch.
The event is free and open to both BPS members and interested members of the public, although advance registration is required.
It is intended to celebrate the diversity of psychological work in the East of England, with students, practitioners and others from across the psychological disciplines invited to attend.
There will be two keynote addresses at the conference, from Professor Susan Golombok of the University of Cambridge and professional conference speakers John Bell.
The conference will be held at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge.
More details on the conference, including the programme and information on registration, can be found on the event page.