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Programme:

The full conference programme can be downloaded here or by visiting the NHIVNA website: http://www.nhivna.org/StudyDay19Oct2016.aspx 

Registration:

To register please complete the application form by clicking here 

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Why do children in poverty in the UK perform less well in school than their middle class peers? This talk examines the problem as it is understood by British politicians and policymakers: as a result of a lack of discipline and aspiration. Against this a more complex explanation for educational underachievement is offered, which rests on the concept of a set of binds, or barriers, which interrupt learning. These insights reveal children's school lives to be highly challenging, despite their ingenuity and effort in trying to overcome the challenges that they face.

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Workshop facilitators
Pam Lanza, Peter McLachlan and Ellen Townend   

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Reports such as Francis, Winterbourne, Vale of Leven and Berwick highlight important concerns about leadership, professional disengagement, change management and culture in the NHS, and the impact these have on safe, effective patient care. 

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Jayne will give a short talk on the role and remit of educational psychologists and the Educational Psychology Service in Jersey. She will then present the background to, and content of, training for primary school staff on anxiety, which has recently been developed and piloted. This is pitched at the level of awareness raising, with ideas for supporting the development of resilience and coping skills and supporting students with emerging anxiety issues. There will then be time for questions and discussion. 

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Aims of the workshop:

  1.      To demonstrate the need for a shared method of describing behaviour change interventions
  2.      To describe the process of development of the Behaviour change Techniques Taxonomy (v1)
  3.      To illustrate the use of the taxonomy.

Each of these aims will be addressed by a brief lecture combined with a variety of active and interactive exercises.

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In partnership with School of Psychology, Queen’s University Belfast & Clinical Psychology Departments of the 5 Northern Ireland Health Trusts

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Programme 

09:00Registration 
09:30Introduction and welcome 
09:45Influencing politics
10:45Coffee
11:15Keynote address on leadership
12:15Transformational leadership 
12:45Lunch
13:45Service Users and Carers in leadership 
14:30Clinical Psychologist as leaders in
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This day-long retreat is offered to DCP members who have previously participated in an accredited 8 week MBCT or MBSR programme.   

Whether you would like to reconnect with a lapsed practice, or wish to enrich an existing one, this event will offer you an opportunity to do so with the mutual support of others. You will be guided through a series of practises by your teachers.  We will move in and out of silence throughout the retreat.    

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Crime linkage focuses on identifying crimes committed by the same offender using crime scene behaviour. Offender behaviour is used to
distinguish between crimes committed by the same person and crimes committed by different people. The presentation will introduce this
evidence-based approach to the detection of serial offenders and will be a brief introduction to the theory behind crime linkage as well as

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The South East Coast and South Central branches of the Division of Clinical Psychology present a thought provoking, interactive day on Global Mental Health. The day will include perspectives from experts by experience, professionals working in the field of Global Mental Health, and an interactive forum that will reflect on ethical and professional issues regarding the role of Psychology in Global Mental Health.

The programme for the day will include:

Session 1

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This event aims to explain the two main training routes to become a  fully Chartered Counselling Psychologist, recognised by  the BPS. One is the traditional full three year doctoral training route, i.e.

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Dr Kathryn Waddington, Head of Psychology at the University of Westminster and Chair of the BPS Qualifications Committee.

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This CPD session is aimed at helping psychologists understand how social media can work for them, how to develop their presence as well as practical advice. The session will include:

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The Welsh Branch of The British Psychological Society will be holding its Fifth Annual Conference on Saturday 10 September 2016 at University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Swansea.

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Workshop aims:

  1. Increase understanding of the competencies and skills required to become a confident and reflective agent of change.
  2. To understand complexities involved in leadership roles and how effective clinical & profe
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Timetable

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The aim of this workshop will be to:

09:00 Registration & coffee/tea
09:30CPD event: Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) with Neurological Conditions - David Gillanders etc.
09:00 Coffee 
09:30

Welcome and Introductions

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Career path talks

These talks should be of interest to graduate psychology students and others considering further training and careers in these specialisms.

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End session in the [email protected] seminar series

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Psychology in the Pub with Daniel Jolley

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Interested in a career in psychology?

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