Each South West Review prints the contents on the outside back page of the cover; the usual Editorial and Chair’s Notes followed by:
‘Psychology in the Pub’ reviews
Reviews of the PIP talk from hubs in the South West area and Channel Islands. At the beginning of the talk a request is made for a volunteer to write a review.
This invitation is open to anyone, members of the public, students and of course all Branch members. Please indicate clearly, date, venue, speaker and name of reviewer.
Behind the scenes at a ‘Psychology in the Pub’ event.
An interview with the PIP speaker, generally a follow-up interview via email.
One-to One interview
Covering an interview with professionals providing a spotlight on aspects of their practice, or how their careers have developed. If you would be interested in being a participant yourself please contact the Editor for further information.
The interview could aim to disseminate best practice in psychology, and provide others with an insight into how careers in the psychology have developed.
A review of a significant research article in your field, or a part of your own research. An opportunity to summarise the latest findings in your field.
The article should follow this suggested layout: a short explanation of the hypotheses, methodology, findings and a short summary of the key ‘learning points of the research’.
A review from anyone of any psychology event you have attended, for example, Annual Conference, Division Conference, CPD event, training event, lecture and so on…
A book review of around 500 to 1000 words providing a brief overview of the book’s contents, a context for its existence, why it is useful and for whom is very welcome.
Letters offering suggestions, ideas for communication in the future.
Please write abbreviations and technical terms in full and follow your own clear structure. Personal reflections add colour. Clear photo images are welcomed.
Please submit as a Word document by email to [email protected]
Please use Arial font, size 12 (double-line spacing), and include reference lists in the British Psychological Society’s Style Guide format (where necessary) and an accurate word count.
Please provide your contact details (email at a minimum) in case of queries and the name, title and any other information you would like to be shown against your submission in the newsletter.
We reserve the right to edit items where necessary.