• 12 JUN 15
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    Grant from CSO to study serially missed NHS appointments

    Dr David Ellis and several co-investigators have been awarded £179,000 from The Chief Scientist Office (CSO) at The Scottish Government. The team, led by Dr Andrea Williamson (University of Glasgow) will explore serially missed appointments in the NHS. Their findings will form the basis for targeted interventions to reduce missed appointments in the future.

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    • 29 MAY 15
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    Forensics lecturer wins BPS International Conference Symposium Scheme grant

    Congratulations to Dr Ross Bartels who been awarded £3160 from the BPS as part of their new International Conference Symposium Scheme, designed to help the BPS showcase UK psychology to international audiences. This grant will fund the running of a symposium at the European Association of Psychology and Law conference in Nuremburg, Germany (4-7th August

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    • 18 MAY 15
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    Lecturer in Forensic Psychology job opening

    The School of Psychology is looking to appoint an individual with experience in Forensic Psychology. They will either have an outstanding track record of research and / or forensic psychology professional practice experience and HCPC registration. Join our friendly and thriving department with a rapidly rising reputation for excellence in research and teaching. Please follow

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    • 13 MAY 15
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    BPS Undergraduate Research Assistantship success

    Double success for the School of Psychology! Congratulations to Aysha Bellamy who has been awarded a BPS Undergraduate Research Assistantship to work with Dr Kirsty Miller on a summer project: “Whose hand is it anyway?: Investigating the development of agency in four-to-ten year old children.” The scheme is a prestigious award that marks out a

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