The Division of Health Psychology (DHP) Scotland, the Scottish Branch of the Division of Health Psychology, is here to represent and support its members, and is committed to improving and promoting health, health-care and illness outcomes in Scotland, using psychological theories, methods and evidence.
All DHP members living in Scotland automatically become members of DHP Scotland.
One of our major successes has been developing NHS funded, 2 years full-time Stage 2 training posts for health psychologists, working on the Scottish Government's health improvement targets, which started in January 2008.
Contact DHP ScotlandShow content
The first point of contact for any queries regarding the work or activities of the DHP Scotland or its committees is via the branch email address at [email protected].
If there is a specific committee or committee member that you wish to contact, please identify this in your email.
DHP Scotland Case Studies 2019 - 2020Show content
1 A CBT Intervention for people with COPD2 Health Psyhology liaison service for Health and Social Care ImpactCaseStudy_2_Raftery Updated.pdf Physical Activity Consutation Service Health Psychologists in Integrated Priary Care Teams A Behaviour Change Intervention for Looked after Young People Using Health Psychology to Develop Education and Training Using Health Psychology to Develop Education and Training : Patient Safety Projects Developing a Lifestyle Intervention Project for a Diabetes Pilot Health Psychology for Long-Term Conditions: The Heart Manual
DHP-S Leaflet - HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY IN SCOTLANDShow content
DHP Scotland Annual General Meeting (AGM)Show content
DHP Scotland held its first Annual General Meeting on 25 February 2004.
Since then we have held annual meetings every year, where we have welcomed a range of speakers on many aspects of health and health psychology from across the UK.
DHP Scotland CommitteeShow content
The DHP Scotland Committee meets four times a year and includes members from across Scotland, including health psychologists working in the NHS and in academia.
We also have postgraduate representatives on the Committee and any students studying health psychology at postgraduate level are encouraged to make contact and to attend our meetings (including our specific postgraduate-focussed events).
Chair Gozde Ozakinci Chair Elect Vacant Past Chair Julia Allan Honorary Treasurer
Honorary Secretary Jan Smith Committee Members Communications Vacant Communications/Publicity Vacant Conference Liasion Officer Social Media Jan Smith Consultancies Representative Vacant Doctorate Training Route Representative Hannah Ranaldi GCU Doctorate Training Representative Lindsey Burns MSc Course Representatives
NES Representative Alison Morrow Postgraduate Representative