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A Fellow of the British Psychological Society has helped produce new guidance relating to the social and emotional wellbeing of children.
More psychological support is need for peoplesuffering from psoriasis, a new report argues.
Today sees the publication of a major new report by a Chartered Psychologist on the impact that acquired brain injuries can have on young people in childhood and in their transition to adulthood. It also outlines the criminal justice consequences if these injuries go untreated.
The use of qualitative methods in psychology research has grown enormously in recent decades.
This event is fully booked. The aim of this workshop is to provide attendees with a basic understanding of mindfulness and to explore ways in which it might be useful in areas of applied health psychology.
The aim of this workshop is to increase professionals’ confidence and awareness of working with suicidal patients.
Unfortunately this event is cancelled This workshop will describe the main standards of proficiency for Health Psychology (applied/ clinical work) supervisors; provide opportunities to consider relevant models of supervisi
This workshop is intended to introduce the fundamental principles of CBT approaches, how they apply to us as healthcare professionals, and how they apply to supporting change and self management for people with a long term condition.
This workshop provides an overview of the importance of behaviour change to health care services and explores the challenges involved in designing and evaluating behaviour change interventions.
Most people who suffer from serious pain have one or more mental images that they associate with the discomfort and what it represents to them.
Professor Andy Parrott says he agreed to take part in the recent Channel 4 programme about Ecstasy (MDMA) on condition that he would be
Corruption and bad practice remain an issue in institutions. External governance and regulation offers some protection, but issues can remain invisible to outsiders.
Many people are at risk of becoming highly annoyed due to noise pollution.
Women who return to work shortly after having children experience better mental and physical health in terms of mobility and energy at age 40 than their stay-at-home counterparts.
The memory of a non-smoker could be damaged if they live with a cigarette user, new research has found.
The new National Clinical Stroke Guideline was launched at the joint British Association of Stroke Physicians and Royal College Physicians event today, Thursday 27 September.
Giving healthy foods attractive names could make them more appealing to children, new research has suggested.
People may be more likely to change if they are nudged towards something rather than told to do it.
Young carers need to be given more support at school, a new report says.
Children who suffer from asthma may be more likely to be subjected to bullying than those without the condition.
People who play on games consoles like the Nintendo Wii and Microsoft Xbox-Kinect are more likely to want to take more exercise, and just watching others play can encourage you to take exercise too.
Time spent on social networking sites comes at the expense of other activities – including physical activity.
Patients who fail to lose weight while taking anti-obesity drugs do so because of their beliefs about themselves and about the difficulty of losing weight.
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