Health Psychology. Division of Health Psychology - You can join on successful completion of this course. BPS 'Independent route' Health Psychology. The Society offers a Qualification in Health Psychology Stage 2 (QHP Stage 2).
This consists of structured and assessed supervised practice and the demonstration of competence in health psychology through a portfolio of evidence and viva voce (oral examination). The QHP (Stage 2) is the alternative route to completion of Stage 2 training for those who choose not to or are unable to attend a Society-accredited Stage 2 training programme in health psychology based at a university. If you want to practice as a Health Psychologist in the UK, the award of the QHP (Stage 2) will mean you are able to apply for Chartered Membership of the Society, Full membership of the Division of Health Psychology and you will also be eligible to apply for registration with the Health and Care Profession Council (HCPC) as a Health Psychologist.
Only by registering with the HCPC, the statutory regulator, are you able to use the protected title Health Psychologist. Information for prospective candidates. Trainee Health Psychologist (Stage 2) – 2 posts () - British Psychological Society. Location: NHS Tayside Grade: Agenda for Change Band 6 (entry at point 21, currently £26,565) NHS Education for Scotland (NES) in partnership with Health Boards in Scotland is funding Trainee Health Psychologists to explore the contribution health psychology can make in supporting NHSScotland to meet its health improvement targets.
These are two-year fixed term posts designed to allow the Trainee Health Psychologists successful completion of the British Psychological Society’s Stage 2 Training while employed by the NHS to undertake a programme of approved work. Health Psychologist in Training - Training Programmes - Training Psychologists - Psychology - By discipline - Education and training - NES. Trainee Health Psychologist NHS Education for Scotland (NES) in partnership with Health Boards in Scotland is funding 3 Health Psychologists in Training to explore the contribution health psychology can make in supporting NHSScotland to meet its health improvement targets.
These are two-year fixed term posts designed to allow the Health Psychologists in Training successful completion of the British Psychological Society's Stage 2 Training while employed by the NHS to undertake a programme of approved work. The application phase of the 2017 intake is now closed. The NES Health Psychology Stage 2 Training Programme 1. Application and hb guide. HCPC - Health and Care Professions Council - Register of approved education and training programmes. Accredited Courses. City, University of London Professional Doctorate Health Psychology. Aims City’s Professional Doctorate in Health Psychology will develop trainees’ practical skills and ability to integrate theory into practice.
The training aims to develop candidates into independent and self-critical learners. The trainee will learn to become capable of supporting the learning of others, leading and working effectively in groups, using a wide range of learning resources, undertaking innovative research tasks, communicating complex or contentious information clearly and effectively to specialists and non-specialists and acting as an effective consultant. University of Staffordshire Professional Doctorate Health Psychology. Please note that this course requires full time students to be on placement for a minimum of two years and to pay the fees detailed per year of study.
Students need to allow for an additional period of time for writing up during which there is a £500 writing up fee to be paid each year until completion. Our Professional Doctorate programme offers a unique opportunity to experience and develop your professional skills in Health Psychology, under the guidance of highly qualified and committed staff. Staffordshire University has a thriving Health Psychology research culture, focused in the Centre for Health Psychology, with an excellent national and international reputation. As a Department we are committed to strengthening our already strong base in Health Psychology through the development of this programme.
Course outline. University of Southampton - MPhil/PhD Health Psychology Research and Professional Practice. This MPhil/PhD Health Psychology Research and Professional Practice programme is normally completed within 2-4 years of full-time work, or up to 7 years of part-time study.
Funding A range of opportunities are available for funding. For further information, please see the "Money Matters" section for details regarding scholarship opportunities and the University's Scholarship pages. To Apply Application for this MPhil/PhD in Health Psychology Research and Professional Practice is through the Unversity's online system. University of Surrey Health Psychology PhD. Entry Requirements Upper second-class honours degree (65 per cent or above) in psychology (or a related discipline).
Students must also: i) Be a Graduate Member of the BPS or hold the Graduate Basis for Chartership (GBC) ii) Hold the BPS Stage 1 Qualification in Health Psychology (e.g. University of the West of England Professional Doctorate Health Psychology. Content The course covers the five areas of competency laid out by the British Psychological Society's Board of Examiners in Health Psychology.
These are covered in the following modules: Systematic Review - Here, you learn all you need to know about designing, executing and reporting a Systematic Review.Teaching and Training in Health Psychology - This module helps you to get the most from all appropriate Health Psychology teaching and training packages.Consultancy Skills in Health Psychology - Here, you will develop all the skills necessary to successfully negotiate, undertake, evaluate and report consultancy work.Health Behaviour Change Interventions - In this module, you will learn how to design, assess and formulate health behaviour change interventions.
MSc health psych graduate moves on to Professional Doctorate « covhealthpsych. Congratulations to Anjulie Dhillon, who took her MSc Health Psychology at Coventry in 2014/15 and has gone on to do stage two training in health psychology, via a professional doctorate.
“Since graduating with an MSc in Health Psychology at Coventry University, I have recently joined Staffordshire University on the Professional Doctorate in Health Psychology. I am working as a Trainee Health Psychologist, based primarily on a Paediatric Burns Unit. I support young burn victims and their families through recovery and I will also be undertaking clinical work with adults with diabetes and chronic pain.
This opportunity has provided me with the chance to apply my knowledge of Health Psychology models and theories in a clinical area, allowing me to grow and develop as a Trainee Health Psychologist. During the next two years I will be working on a number of projects including psychological interventions, research and teaching.