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DCP Scotland Review Issue 17 Winter/Spring 2018

DCP Scotland Review Issue 17 Winter/Spring 2018

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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


DCP-Scotland events

DCP-Scotland Annual General Meeting
Alana Davis

Releasing the leaders within: Our new DCP-S development course
Alison McMullan

Promoting clinical psychology to the public

DCP-Scotland do stand-up at the Edinburgh Fringe
Alana Davis & Adele Pashley

Cover feature

Staying critical in a modern world of information overload
Jane Ogden

Clinical psychology in Scotland

Psychology in the far north-west: Working the whole role
Alison Robertson & Lisa Ronald

'A powerful help to me': A qualitative service evaluation of a Haemophilia Psychological Support Pilot
Gráinne O'Brien & Alison Anderson

Never too late to tell: An innovative animated approach to working with survivors of childhood sexual abuse
Elaine Carr

Event reports

Working together and applying psychology to support refugee integration
Janet Fraser

Universal basic income: Where might we fit in?
Jane-Louise Jackson

The psychology of inpatient care: Surviving, thriving and leading in institutional settings
Lynsey Cameron & Alison McCusker

Pushing the boundaries in residential child care
Ailsa Morison


Walking the walk as well as talking the talk
Lisa Cameron MP


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