Dr Andrew Lucas: RNOH
KEYNOTE:Managing a Clinical Health Psychology Department within a specialist residential chronic pain management service
Nisha Sharma & The Change XChange
Applying Behavioural Science to Health Partnerships in Low Income Countries: Solent NHS Trust & The University of Manchester
The “Teams Together” Programme: How Health Psychologists Can Help Health Professionals Adopt New Models of Care - University of Manchester
Royal Northern College of Music: A Health Education Programme in Undergraduate Music Training: Applying Health Psychology
Dr Emily Piotrowska-Smart
The Wellington Hospital, London: Working as a Health Psychologist in a Hospital Neurorehabilitation Setting
2nd Practitioner HP Conference
The UK's only Practitioner Conference showcasing the best of applied HP practice - BPS London
Nisha Sharma & The Change Xchange
Reflections of a Health Psychology Pilot Project in Uganda & Mozambique - Solent NHS Trust & The University of Manchester
The CFHealthHub Treatment Adherence Programme: Experiences of Implementing Health Psychology in a Hospital Cystic Fibrosis Centre - Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
Dr Hope Clayton
East & North Hertfordshire NHS Trust: A Year in the Life of Newly Qualified Health Psychologist
Dr Anna Baker
"Understanding Health Psychology theory" & "Know your role and identity" to maintain standards
Dr Sarah Afuwape
Royal Free Hospital NHS Trust: “Bitesize” Teaching: Feasibility of Delivering Brief & Accessible Psychological Training to Renal Dialysis Staff in Haemodialysis Centres.
Dr Anna Baker
Overcoming Challenges in Maintaining a Health Psychologist’s Professional Standards in the Commercial Sector: Baker-Health Consulting
Imposter vs Over-Confidence Syndromes in applied health psychologists - balancing roles & experience with quality supervision.
Sasha Cain: Closing Address
SCCH closes the 2nd Practitioner Conference reflecting on the skills, roles & competences of applied HPs
3rd Practitioner Applied Health Psychology Conference 2019
Thursday 28th March 2019
"Stimulating, thought provoking and an excellent platform to learn about all the applied health psychology work taking place in the UK" (HCPC Health Psychologist, Manchester)
* Updated conference programme is out now *
* * SCCH are delighted to announce
Julian Bath as the Keynote Speaker * *
Julian Bath is currently the Programme Manager for the Professional Doctorate in Health Psychology at the University of the West of England (UWE), Bristol and a Senior Lecturer in Health Psychology within the Department of Psychology at UWE.
He is a Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) Registered Health Psychologist, and was previously a Consultant Health Psychologist at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital, within Gloucestershire Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, with significant experience of working therapeutically and managing services and teams of Psychologists in Renal Care, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Diabetes and Rheumatology.
He has a wide range of experience in academia and the NHS, including providing consultancy services, supervision of trainee Health Psychologists, publishing books and research papers as well as the teaching and training of health professionals and students to Doctoral level. Julian is a British Psychological Society (BPS) registered supervisor for Stage 2 Health Psychology training, currently supervising trainees on the BPS QHP Stage 2 training route and was previously the Honorary Secretary of the BPS, Division of Health Psychology.
In his spare time, Julian has a small private consultancy practice in Somerset.
CONFERENCE PROGRAMME AVAILABLE HERE!
The Practitioner Applied Health Psychology Conference is the leading event in the UK showcasing the best practice of applied Practitioner Health Psychologists and those in training.
This 1 day conference held at the British Psychological Society London Offices, provided a dedicated and unique forum for the presentation of a wide range of applied health psychology practice issues. Presentations showcased service developments, audit and reviews, clinical service outcomes and case studies, ethical practice challenges, professional experiences of working in applied health settings and applied research into health psychology practice.
The conference drew together 70+ professionals with an interest in Applied Health Psychology from a wide range of experiences and backgrounds including public health, local authorities, charities/ third sector organisations, the NHS, social care, private healthcare, consultancy, independent practice and the commercial sector.
#AHPC2018 CONFERENCE FEEDBACK:
Delegates gave excellent feedback focusing on the value and quality of the presentations and its inspirational and motivational purpose for developing applied health psychology practice:
"Motivation & enthusiasm for the profession and getting back into the clinical pathway I enjoy"
"Knowledge of the wide range of settings where health psychology can be applied"
"Gave me ideas and inspiration for service developments and personal development moving forward"
"Different perspectives and interventions used in different HP settings"
"Useful to discuss issues relevant to health psychology with experienced health psychologists"
"An excellent 1 day conference!"