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DCP Scotland Review Issue 15 Spring 2017

DCP Scotland Review Issue 15 Spring 2017

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Newsletter of the Division of Clinical Psychology Scotland. This issue explores issues of leadership and high-quality care: two concepts which are inextricably linked, and in which applied psychology - not just 'clinical' psychology - is of paramount importance.



Letter from the Editor
Simon Stuart

DCP-Scotland - what we stand for, together

Letter from the Chair
Alison McMullan

Reflections on being Chair of DCP-Scotland, 2013-2016
Ruth Stocks

Together we can put compassion at the heart of everything we do
Simon Stuart

'There are no easy, quick fixes: however, that doesn't mean we shouldn't try'
Edel McGlanaghy

'I want to be able to make sure our staff are supported to carry out their job in a compassionate way'
James McNab

Developing leaders ... at every level
Sheelagh Rodgers

Finding meaning in the middle ground
Ross Warwick

'The most important thing I gained was the space and time to consider in detail my future career'
Melanie Platten

Embedding leadership skills from the ground up
Shri Cameron

Inspired to keep pushing forward
Lauren Delahunty

Encouraging the use of research skills in frontline clinicians: A one-day symposium in NHS Grampian
Andy Keen, Angus Lorimer & Bruce Downey

Walking the talk - the DCP-S AGM 2016
Simon Stuart

Putting psychology at the heart of policy
Lisa Cameron MP

Jude Clarke, 1967-2016
Frances Baty


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