Health Psychology Research and Professional Practice MPhil/PhD
With our team of
experts within psychology at the University of Southampton, you can complete
your health psychology Research and professional practice mphil/PhD programme
helping you to take a massive step towards seniority in your profession.
This health psychology Research and professional practice mphil/PhD programme
is approved by the health and Care Professions Council – the statutory
regulator for practitioner psychologists in the UK. Importantly, it is a legal
requirement that anyone who wishes to practise using a title protected by the
health Professions Order 2001 like health Psychologist is on the HCPC
Our health psychology Research and professional practice mphil/PhD programme
has also been awarded a commendation for an observation of unique and
innovative best practice by the HCPC. This was for its commitment to providing
trainees with opportunities for peer support through the organisation of
monthly update meetings with the other trainees and one of the health
psychology Research and professional practice mphil/PhD programme
Furthermore, this health psychology Research and professional practice
mphil/PhD programme is also accredited by the British Psychological Society.
The Society is the professional body responsible for developing and supporting
the discipline of psychology and disseminating psychological knowledge to the
public and policy makers. It is the key professional body for psychology and psychologists,
with numerous benefits of membership.
In terms of structure: a half-day of workshops and seminars is arranged monthly
in term-time, allowing students to meet with each other and the programme
director, and obtain expert input and training specific to the needs of health
psychologists in training. As a health psychology Research and professional
practice mphil/PhD student you are also able to freely access the very wide
range of training opportunities open to postgraduate students in the Academic
Unit, Faculty and University.
Simply visit www.southampton.ac.uk/psychology to learn more about this Health Psychology Research and