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One on One the psychologist august 2019 We are in the midst of a busy summer, attending the European Congress of Psychology, Latitude Festival, and the PsyPAG conference. Jon is so busy on the road that he has left me in charge...
Having wished Dr Christian Jarrett a fond farewell after 16 years editing the Research Digest, we are delighted to announce that Dr Matthew Warren has stepped up to ï¬ll the role. We look forward to the ongoing evolution of the Digest under Matthew’s watch over the coming years.
This month Michael West (p.30) and Maria Kordowicz (p.34) tell us about the importance of compassion in the NHS; Eloise Stark (p.38) and Fergus Murray (p.44) share personal perspectives on theories of autism; and Ella Rhodes (p.22) shatters our sense of self.
As ever, we want you to get in touch – please let Jon know that I’m doing a wonderful job if nothing else. Ideally though, let us know if you think you can engage and inform our diverse readership. Send an email or say hi on Twitter!
Dr Annie Brookman-Byrne
The BAME gap, empathy in care, silence, Sudan and more
Prevention, honours and more
‘It doesn’t have to be this way’
Michael West tells Ella Rhodes about work with one of the world’s largest employers – the NHS
Creating compassionate NHS organisations
We hear from Maria Kordowicz
Autism in women
Me and monotropism
Fergus Murray on a theory with a family connection…
‘We live in a hugely psychologised society’
Juliet Foster, Chair of the Society’s Education and Training Board
‘This is the moment when everything is changing’
Simon Bignell, a founder of the new Cyberpsychology Section
Jobs in psychology
With Pete Etchells, and a ‘shelï¬e’ from David Carless
Stanley Kubrick exhibition