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The Society

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To celebrate the 200th edition of the

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On 10 October the Society joined five other professional organisations to call for mental health funding to be maintained despite the economic down turn. The following letter was sent to a number of national newspapers

Dear Sir

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The man who chaired the government’s ‘listening exercise’ on National Health Service reform is to speak at the Annual Conference of the Society’s Division of Clinical Psychology.

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New online DBS check service now available

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The Society's Annual Conference attracts academics, r

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BPS Conferences offer a wide range of services to ensure that your event is a success.

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The Society hosts over 100 events including conferences, lectures and workshops.

Over 7000 delegates from a rang

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Meeting Dates 2016

Board of Trustees

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The Research Board provides grants to enable postdoctoral researchers and lecturers to undertake a study visit to another institution for a minimum of two weeks.

The scheme provides grants to enable UK based psychology postdoctoral researc

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The Psychologist is the monthly pub

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This page contains information about vacancies in the Society's administrative offices. For information about jobs specifically for psychologists, see our Jobs in Psychology website.

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The History of Psychology Centre is responsible for:

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The Society’s Press Centre helps promote Member Network events, psychological research and expertise, and public engagement to the media and wider audiences.

If you have a news story for us to consider for release 

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The Society appeals process is overseen by the Membership Standards Board (MSB) which is responsible for issues relating to the membership of the Society and professional training in psychology.

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The Society has a number of boards and committees that run and influence its activities.

These include:

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The Society has a number of Member Networks, which include:

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The Competition provides grants to enable institutions to co-operate to hold a series of at least three scientific seminars.

The proposed seminars should have tangible goals and should focus on developing and extending the understanding of

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The scheme provides grants to enable research students to undertake a study visit to another institution for a minimum of two weeks.

Students will acquire hands on skills relevant to their research training and completion of the doctoral d

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The Award provides an opportunity for a postgraduate psychologist to be seconded to the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST) to assist in providing objective briefing material for MPs and Peers on a psychological topic.

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The William Inman Prize was set up with a bequest from Dr William S. Inman, who died in 1968.

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Criteria

The Award is given as a mid-career recognition of the achievements of those who are currently engaged in research of outstanding quality.

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Lifetime Achievement Award

This award recognises and celebrates unusually significant and sustained contributions in a career as a Chartered practitioner of applied psychology.

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Members are invited to nominate for this award in recognition of the contribution of a psychologist or psychologists engaged in communicating high quality research or the legacy and/or impact of the discipline to the general public

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The Society makes a number of awards available each year to recognise excellence in research, practice teaching and educa

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Psychological expertise contributes to policy as many of our members work for government departments or other policy-making organisations.

From time to time our members are invited to sit on and advise government working parties and policy

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