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As some of you may already know, we invite staff from the Applied Research Centre in Health & Lifestyle Interventions to visit our Professional Practice class each year to pitch research opportunities to MSc dissertation students. This is really a two way process, in which students can suggest their own project ideas and try matching up with a supervisor, rather than simply slotting in to existing studies. Staff from within the core health psychology teaching team will also have research opportunities available. All students with a project supervisor from the research centre also have a second supervisor from within the core teaching team. This is to ensure continuity and provide consistency of advice and assessment.
This year’s Pageant/Dragon’s Den will be Thursday 17th October 3.30-5.30 pm. Room and cast to be confirmed. No tears anticipated. Business dress optional 🙂
Congratulations to our friends at the BPS Division of Health Psychology on their successful postgraduate conference last week. One of our recent graduates (Elaine Walklet) presented a poster based on her dissertation project. This examined stress, coping and health behaviours in staff employed by the NHS IAPT service.
Further details of the event can be found at http://dhppostgraduateconference2013.weebly.com/
We are looking forward to welcoming anyone interested in postgraduate study in health psychology to our Open Day on 8th June. Further details on the university’s main site below.