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NEW Pathfinder Programme
NEW Pathfinder Programme
Description
The Pathfinder – West Midlands Mentoring Scheme is aimed at addressing ethnic inequity within the profession through supporting Aspiring Clinical Psychologists at various stages of their career journey.
Date:
09/03/2022
Supervisor Workshops
Supervisor Workshops
Description
The 28th January 2020 saw the introduction of two new Supervisor workshops within the Centre for Applied Psychology.
Date:
11/02/2020
David Gibbs graduation
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Congratulations to our valued colleague and expert by experience David Gibbs who graduated today with a BA in theology, ministry and mission from Durham university.
Date:
21/01/2020
Fazeelat Duran and Jessica Woodhams have insightful journal article published by International Journal of Workplace Health Management
Fazeelat Duran and Jessica Woodhams have insightful journal article published by International Journal of Workplace Health Management
Description
Jessica Woodhams has insightful journal article published by Emerald
Date:
08/05/2019
Outstanding Impact Award 2019
Outstanding Impact Award 2019
Description
Outstanding Impact Award 2019 awarded to Professor Jess Woodhams and Dr Kari Davies for ANPR Data Retention Project.
Date:
08/03/2019
Forensic Medical Exams and Preserving and Protecting Rape Complainants Memory
Forensic Medical Exams and Preserving and Protecting Rape Complainants Memory
Description
Staff from the Applied Memory and Cognition Lab, in the Centre for Applied Psychology, will be hosting a free conference for FME and FNE's who take statements from adult and child victims of sexual assault.
Date:
14/02/2019
Celebration of Good Practice
Description
We have been proud to present at the recent national conference for all training courses in Clinical Psychology in the UK, the GTiCP (Group of Trainers in Clinical Psychology) conference.
Date:
11/12/2018
Innovative DNA recovery techniques could help victims catch rapists in Kenya
Description
"The self-administered DNA kits we're designing would make it possible to obtain valuable DNA evidence when there are no other means of doing so." Dr Heather Flowe, Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology, co-authors this piece for The Conversation
Date:
04/12/2018
Offenders process information differently from non-offenders
Offenders process information differently from non-offenders
Description
Professor Tony Beech talks to The Psychologist about his latest book, The Wiley Blackwell Handbook of Forensic Neuroscience.
Date:
26/11/2018
Manipulation online and in person – two worlds not so far apart
Description
Dr Juliane Kloess, Lecturer in Forensic Psychology and Professor Jessica Woodhams, Director of the Centre for Applied Psychology write for The Birmingham Brief.
Date:
07/11/2018
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