The Division of Neuropsychology exists to support its members with training and advice, and to keep them apprised of ongoing news and developments within the field.
Qualification in Clinical Neuropsychology
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The Society offers the Qualification in Clinical Neuropsychology (QiCN) which confers eligibility for entry onto the Society's Specialist Register of Clinical Neuropsychologists.
If you want to work as a Clinical Neuropsychologist this qualification establishes a standard of practice that will help you demonstrate essential skills and underpin knowledge required of a professional in this field.
- Becoming a Clinical Neuropsychologist by Dr Claire Doyle (QiCN Trainee Rep)
- Careers and Clinical Practice: Paediatric Neuropsychology by Dr Kate Scarff
- Clinical Neuropsychology in Community Neurorehabilitation by Dr Claire Doyle
- Learn more about the Qualification in Clinical Neuropsychology (QiCN)
- Q&A about training routes in Clinical Neuropsychology
- Q&A about the completing the QiCN
Specialist Register of Clinical Neuropsychologists
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The Specialist Register of Clinical Neuropsychologists is the gold standard for registration for clinicians practising in neuropsychology and provides a quality mark for their expertise, as well as assurance that the skills and experience of an individual have been validated and are of the appropriate standard.
To join the register clinicians must undergo additional specialist post-doctoral training in brain injury and neurological illness and gain substantial experience in applied neuropsychological assessment and treatment.
To remain on the SRCN registrants are required to maintain an active supervision and CPD plan to ensure their knowledge and skills remain up to date.
The SRCN allows the general public, patients and other professionals to identify those individuals who are recognised as Clinical Neuropsychologists by the UK’s professional body of psychologists.
It is considered important that such a register is accessible to the public as such professionals are not currently required to register with the Health and Care Professions Council as Clinical Neuropsychologists.
The Society also provides additional resources and information to help further your career in psychology on its Become a Psychologist page.
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