Recent years have seen a huge increase in the number of children born via IVF and other fertility treatments (in 2011 17,041 babies were born via IVF in the UK).
Being sworn at is an occupational hazard for healthcare workers. Exactly how often does it happen?
A new measurement tool, the Emotional Processing Scale (EPS), developed by researchers at Bournemouth University may help professionals to identify pregnant women who are particularly at risk of postnatal depression.
The British Psychological Society (BPS) has welcomed the Chancellor's announcement, in his Autumn Statement, of £10bn for health – particularly th
Around the world many health services are moving towards generic (non-branded) medicines as a way to reduce costs.
A workshop focused on talking about sex with clients: why to, when to & how to? What to assess when not in a sexual health context?
Use client/participant biometric phone apps to collect/email data to you, for naturalistic data in daily life contexts for research/therapy.
Explore the theoretical foundations, concepts and evidence behind the, increasingly popular, behavioural insights approach to health behaviour research and policy making.
The author of the British Psychological Society’s behaviour change briefing on physical inactivity has welcomed the Blueprint for an Active Britain published by ukactive.
Mindful Eating is a transformative approach to helping people change their relationship to food and manage unruly eating habits in a sustainable and healthy way.
The potential role for psychologists in combating the rise in antibiotic misuse has been highlighted by Dr Helen Lambert, the new Antimicrobial Resistance Champion for the Economic and Social Research Council.
People who feel young for their age tend to live longer than those who don't. Indeed, it's thought that what psychologists call 'subjective age' may be a pretty accurate marker for a person's actual psychological and physical health.
‘It’s an important time for serious research on play’, said Dr David Whitebread, launching the Play in Education Development and Learning Centre at the University of Cambridge.
In this talk, Dr Kimberley Hill will outline the evidence base for interventions and prevention approaches aimed at reducing excessive alcohol consumption.
Sunday 11 October was World Obesity Day. To mark it, I was one of seven psychologists who signed this letter to the press:
The British Psychological Society and our publishing partner Wiley are proud to support the 2015 World Mental Health Day with a selection of free BPS Journals based around this year's theme of 'Dignity in Mental Health'.
UK supermarkets Iceland, Asda, Morrisons and Waitrose have pledged funds from the new levy on single-use carrier bags to support the construction of a new dementia research centre at University College London.
The 25th Division of Forensic Psychology Annual Conference (DFP) will be held in 2016 at the Hilton Brighton Metropole Hotel.
Men who fail to reach their early career goals can experience a reduced sense of wellbeing much later in life says research that was presented at the Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society’s Division of Health Psychology last week.
Psychologists and members of the public are invited to submit questions to an expert webinar broadcast live from the annual conference of the
People who are losing the ability to regulate their emotions may be more likely to suffer from insomnia. And if they do, that insomnia is more likely to become persistent.
Research has suggested that viewing pictures of unrealistically thin female models makes young women feel bad – leaving them dissatisfied with their own bodies, more sad, angry and insecure.
Faculty of Clinical Health Psychology - Obesity & Bariatric Services Network Event
(Special Interest Group of Psychologists in Obesity and Bariatric services (SIGPOB) Network and Training Event)