There are several of us who are trained psychologists working in primary care departments, across the UK and beyond, however this may not always be apparent. Psychologists run the risk of going unnoticed as a discipline if our roles don’t require us to provide specific psychology input and/or if our job titles don’t identify us as psychologists (e.g. holding generic titles such as research fellow). We need to identify ourselves and the skills we can offer for both ourselves and academic primary care to thrive. We are now setting up a Psychology discipline specific group within PHoCuS for...
Highfield Campus, University of Southampton
Oct 27 2016 - 10:00
The Behaviour Change SIG is holding a workshop on the Person-Based Approach (PBA) to intervention development for SAPC members interested in developing behaviour change interventions for primary care.