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The focus of this paper is on issues around sharing a diagnosis of dementia with the person with dementia and the family.
The BPS secured a place in London Pride on July 2 for the first time in the event’s 50-year history. Rob Agnew, a member of the Sexualities Section who worked on the bid, looks back on the day and reflects and on why it was so significant.
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The following article has been produced by Rosie Horne, who recently joined our Policy Team here at The British Psychological Society.
Matilda Farndon and Isabelle McIvor are in Year 11 studying GCSE Psychology and due to sit their exams this summer. They recently spent a week doing work experience at the BPS shadowing various teams, and have written the following about their experience.
17 March 2021
We’ve joined with more than 80 other organisations to urge the government to use the recovery from the pandemic as an opportunity to better support people who have communication and swallowing needs.
17 November 2022
The BPS welcomes the government’s commitment to address the severe workforce crisis in the NHS with proposals for much-needed medium and long-term planning and investment.
07 November 2023
The BPS is deeply disappointed that the government has failed to commit to bringing forward bills to ban conversion therapy and reform the Mental Health Act in the King’s Speech.
23 August 2022
Dr Joanna North, President-Elect of the society, has informed the BPS that she is resigning from her role as President-Elect with immediate effect and will therefore not take up the role of President in due course.
08 November 2022
The BPS currently has a range of consultations open which require expert member input.
06 January 2023
The BPS has joined hundreds of employers in signing up to Business in the Community's (BITC) Race at Work Charter.
02 November 2020
The BPS has launched a review of its member grades to make sure that they are an accurate reflection of our members’ careers and providing relevant benefits.
21 February 2022
Nearly 60 associations around the globe, including the BPS, have collaborated on a statement highlighting psychology’s critical contributions and why we need them.
22 November 2023
The BPS has responded to the chancellor’s Autumn Statement, calling it a ‘missed opportunity’ to prioritise NHS staff mental health and wellbeing, and raising concerns about the move towards greater benefit sanctions for those unable to work due to mental and physical health problems.
05 December 2022
The BPS is pleased to see the government announce £21 million of funding to go towards training 400 more educational psychologists.
11 January 2024
The BPS is pleased to see a plan that puts prevention front and centre, and commits to making services available to all children across schools and their communities.
20 September 2022
The BPS’s working group has published its response to the Child Q safeguarding review, calling the findings appalling and disturbing.
15 July 2019
Dr Rebecca Wood argues for a greater appreciation of different communication styles.
30 November 2018
Ella Rhodes reports from the British Psychological Society's Military Psychology conference.
08 July 2006
The way the top of the head moves as we speak plays a part in communication.
23 November 2012
Thomas C. Scott-Phillips on the research that won him the Society’s Award for Outstanding Doctoral Research Contributions to Psychology
12 June 2017
A letter from our July edition.
16 November 2016
Professor Richard Byrne discusses the movie Arrival, with spoilers.
26 September 2017
Psychologist and broadcaster Claudia Hammond honoured by the British Academy.
13 September 2019
Stephen McAllister looks back on a police career focused on mental health and change management
20 September 2010
Janelle Ward studies the last statements from those on death row
08 February 2016
Jon Sutton reports.
18 December 2001
Peter Bull on how our bodies can speak volumes.
05 November 2018
Elizabeth Stokoe introduces a special collection by tuning in to conversation analysis: in particular, is it better to ‘talk’ or ‘speak’? Includes contributions from José-Miguel Fernández-Dols, Saul Albert, Stuart Reeves and Martin Porcheron, Alexa Hepburn and Jenny Mandelbaum, Elliott Hoey, and Emily Hofstetter.