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    Finding motivation when times are tough - advice for students

    Student Ambassador Meg Castro shares her advice for maintaining motivation during difficult times, and how to navigate the peaks and troughs of student life.

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    Tackling health inequalities in the trans community

    This LGBT+ History Month, mental health wellbeing practitioner Chaz Hill explains why trans people are still reluctant to seek help for their mental health despite being at much greater risk of long-term poor mental health, and believes greater numbers of trans health staff could help drive change.

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    What is psychology?

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    Chair of the Research Board

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    Celebrating psychological research

    We are always looking to promote new psychological research and the fantastic work across our discipline, and 2024 has seen us highlight a number of thought-provoking studies.

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    Black and Asian Psychologists Fund

    As the second round of applications opens for the Black and Asian Psychologists Fund, launched last year, we hear from an applicant who received funding in the first round about how it helped to further her psychological career.

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    Membership Assistant

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    Senior Digital Marketing Executive

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    Eating well: Advice and science from an expert

    Kimberley Wilson, chartered psychologist and author of ‘Unprocessed’, shares her insights on ultra-processed foods and the small changes to our diet that can make a big difference.

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    Wider Psychological Workforce Representative on the Registration Advisory Panel

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    Assessor for PWP end-point assessment (apprenticeship)

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    Conference
    DFP - Northern Ireland

    DFP Conference 2024 - To Forensic Psychology and Beyond

    01 Mar 2024

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    09:00-17:00

    The conference will comprise of a series of 6 Keynote Addresses. The conference is offering a one-stop shop covering research, practice and highlight new developments in forensics

    • Legal, criminological and forensic
    • Research
    From £24
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  • Crumlin Road Gaol, Belfast
    In person
    Northern Ireland Branch

    Northern Ireland BPS Cross-disciplinary event – working independently

    07 Mar 2024

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    09:00-15:00

    NIBPS are delighted to invite members to a cross-disciplinary member networking event on working independently.

    • Professional Practice
    Free (members only)
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  • Young woman sitting on bed
    Webinar
    Division of Clinical Psychology
    DCP Faculty for Eating Disorders

    Developing the Skills of Families & Carers in Supporting Eating Disorder Recovery

    07 Mar 2024

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    13:00-16:00

    An afternoon webinar event designed both as CPD for clinicians working within eating disorder services and a resource for families and carers for those with eating disorders.

    • Eating disorders
    From £0-£45
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  • students chatting and studying together
    Conference
    Scottish Branch

    From School and College to University: Contemporary Issues in Teaching Psychology

    09 Mar 2024

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    10:00-15:00

    This one-day conference includes speakers and participative workshops exploring contemporary issues in teaching psychology and supporting educators and students across the sectors.

    • Teaching and learning
    Registration is free
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    Webinar

    When good solutions go bad: Preventing burnout – what works and what doesn’t

    12 Mar 2024

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    09:30-11:30

    This webinar explores the solutions that are offered in greater depth and continually asks the question – what more can we all do?

    • Health and wellbeing
    • Mental health
    From £52.50
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    In person

    Working successfully in private practice

    12 Mar 2024

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    09:30-16:30

    Working as an independent practitioner is potentially very rewarding professionally and personally, but it is not without its challenges and pitfalls.

    • Professional Practice
    £210.00 +VAT
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  • People engaging in conversation
    In person
    Scottish Division of Educational Psychology

    SDEP 2024 Annual Conference supported by ASPEP & Education Scotland

    15 Mar 2024

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    09:30-16:00

    The Annual SDEP Conference 2024 aims to provide an exciting professional learning opportunity for those working across education within Scotland.

    • Education
    From £12
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  • Collage of different colourful silhouettes
    Online workshop
    North West of England Branch

    Celebrating Neurodiversity Week

    19 Mar 2024

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    18:00-19:00

    A North West branch networking event.

    • Neurodiversity
    Free (members only)
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  • Group of wooden figures speaking
    Online workshop
    Division of Counselling Psychology

    DCoP Wales - Networking Series 2024

    21 Mar 2024

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    12:45-13:45

    The Division of Counselling Psychology Wales Committee are pleased to announce their 2024 Networking Series.

    • Professional Practice
    • Research
    Free
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  • Laptop screen showing blurry image of online meeting
    Online workshop
    Division of Counselling Psychology

    Counselling Psychology Trainee Online Event

    25 Mar 2024

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    18:00-19:00

    This is an online networking and support event for trainees and QCoP candidates.

    • Trainees and training
    Free
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  • Group of people smiling
    Online workshop
    Division of Clinical Psychology
    DCP Faculty of Holistic Psychology

    What’s in a name? Neurodiversity – exploring meanings and concepts in the Differences and Diversity this brings to the workplace and education

    28 Mar 2024

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    12:30-14:00

    This is a free event for members of the DCP Faculty of Holistic Psychology.

    • Neurodiversity
    Free (Holistic Psychology members only)
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    Webinar
    History and Philosophy of Psychology Section

    Hidden Histories: Critical and Reflexive uses of the History of Psychology

    28 Mar 2024

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    13:00-17:00

    The event is open to section members and interested members of the public to discuss critical and reflexive uses of history.

    • History and philosophy
    Registration is free
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  • Person running, framed by cannabis leaves

    Runners, high: Could cannabis before exercise encourage fitness?

    01 March 2024

    New research explores the pros and cons of mixing weed and workouts.

    • Health and wellbeing
    • Psychobiology
    • Smoking
  • Nadia Nagamootoo

    Beyond discomfort

    01 March 2024

    Chartered Psychologist Nadia Nagamootoo with an adapted extract from her new book, ‘Beyond Discomfort: Why Inclusive Leadership Is So Hard’.

    • Leadership and teamwork
    • Race, ethnicity and culture
    • Work and occupational
  • Undercover Spycops BBC Sounds

    Weaponising empathy

    29 February 2024

    Professor David Harper listens to 'Undercover: The Spycops', a BBC podcast series.

    • Ethics and morality
    • Legal, criminological and forensic
  • Perfectionism

    7 ways to overcome perfectionism

    29 February 2024

    Feeling the pressure to be perfect? Exhausted by your own high expectations? Here’s some pointers if your perfectionism becomes counter-productive…

    • Mental health
    • Personality and self
  • Hellmut

    Hellmut Karle 1932-2023

    29 February 2024

    A personal tribute from Carla Stevens.

    • BPS updates
  • Lucinda Powell and Purvi Ghandi

    ‘As Psychology teachers, we have a unique skill set, but this is overlooked’

    28 February 2024

    Lyndsey Hayes, Chartered Psychologist and Association for the Teaching of Psychology (ATP) Representative on the British Psychological Society’s Division for Academics, Researchers and Teachers in Psychology Committee, meets Lucinda Powell and Purvi Gandhi, the finalists of the DARTP Pre-tertiary Education Psychology Teacher of the Year award.

    • Teaching and learning
  • Kevin Yates

    Dr Kevin Yates 1961-2024

    28 February 2024

    A tribute from Esther Cohen-Tovee, Roger Paxton and Emily Lennie.

    • BPS updates
  • Person wearing an FFP3 respirator

    A look at mask use beyond legal requirements

    27 February 2024

    Recent UK-based research explores psychological factors which motivate face mask use when legal mandates aren’t in place, providing valuable insights for public health campaigns.

    • Covid
    • Crisis, disaster and trauma
    • Health
  • Cara Ghiglieri

    Living and dying with oesophageal cancer

    26 February 2024

    Cara Ghiglieri, a post-doc research fellow at the University of Aberdeen, on a research journey shaped by personal experience.

    • Oncology
  • Students socialising in accommodation

    Exploring on-campus use of mental health labels

    23 February 2024

    New ethnographic investigation brings a human face to the day-to-day use of diagnostic terms.

    • Community
    • Mental health
  • Cute exhibition screen grab

    A sinister sweetness

    23 February 2024

    Ellie Palmer explores the 'Cute' exhibition at Somerset House.

    • Creativity
  • Person dancing happily

    Dance yourself happy?

    21 February 2024

    New research expands on the links between emotionally expressive movement and mood induction.

    • Emotion
    • Mental health