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Professor Christina Richards
Lead Consultant Psychologist, Visting Full Professor. Sex and Gender Expert. Chair BPS DCoP. EPATH Exec. WPATH SoC Chapter lead. Tweets mine RT not endorsement
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Professor Christina Richards retweeted
Brian Dixon Aug 29
Replying to @CRichardsPsych @NZPsS
And with a superb Keynote address by you... Psychological approaches to gender and sexuality. A highlight of the in Rotorua, NZ/Aotearoa
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Commons Library Aug 28
The Prime Minister has asked the Queen to suspend (prorogue) Parliament in the 2nd sitting week of September. How does Parliament work? And what are the consequences? Our recent briefing explains what you need to know
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David Murphy - BPS President Jul 19
I've been posting about people who were elected to positions today but would also like to acknowledge those who werent elected, esp -runner up as President Elect. I do hope Christina stands again in future as I think she would be a tremendous President
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Professor Christina Richards Aug 27
Delighted to be Keynoting the New Zealand Psychological Society Annual Conference. Such a beautiful country and welcoming people.
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Professor Christina Richards May 23
Consistently impressed with It somehow manages to be erudite, scientific, and entertaining simultaneously.
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Sam Freedman May 22
Tricky for 5 year olds with gay parents.
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Peter Stefanovic May 22
BBC1’s lunchtime news decided the PUBLIC DID NOT NEED TO KNOW about the UN rapporteur’s DEVASTATING REPORT ON UK POVERTY CRISIS which tears into Tory-led austerity as an ‘ideological project causing pain & misery.’ IF YOU BELIEVE BBC1 SHOULD HAVE REPORTED IT PLEASE RT
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Let Toys Be Toys May 23
Very sad to hear of the death of Judith Kerr. We are sure lots of you will be reading her stories with your little ones today.
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Dr Christine Mimnagh May 23
Key roles in a needed service.
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Professor Christina Richards May 23
In this month's two jobs in my gender team please RT.
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David Schneider May 21
Of course the government can’t lend British Steel £30m to save 5000 jobs. They need the money for useful things like the £4bn for No Deal, £1bn for the DUP and £100m or so for ferries that didn’t exist.
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Alison May Berner 👩🏻‍⚕️🏳️‍🌈🧬👩🏻‍🔬 May 21
UK perspective on the recent study in on in patients by myself, , Leighton Seal and James Barrett at Charing Cross GIC: @Mac_Evidence
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Dan Bell May 20
Inuit maps made from driftwood. 'These pieces, which are small enough to be carried in a mitten, represent coastlines in a continuous line, up one side of the wood and down the other. The maps are compact, buoyant, and can be read in the dark...' via:
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Andrew Adonis May 20
I no longer support the continuation of the BBC in its current form. BBC News is so debased and biased, it should be replaced by a new independent news service under new management and governance. One option would be simply to ask Channel 4 News to take it over
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Josie Booth May 21
Yes! Both posts are full time and permanent - no end date!
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Professor Christina Richards May 21
In a professional context I always expect people to use Professor first because: 1. Feminism 2. My professional opinion may differ from my personal one 3. It is good manners to be formal until invited not to be Not uncommonly I'll invite first names, but it is my invite to make
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Kristen Larson May 19
BUT after that first minute I examined my feelings and knew that she deserved it because she worked for it and not many people will give her that respect even after her request. So I made it my mission to help a sister out.
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Dr Louise Raw May 19
Replying to @LouiseRawAuthor
Because this happens all the time, & because it’s part of a wider issue with women always being assumed to not be the professional in many fields, & because women tend to internalise & be embarrassed to use titles, the feminist campaign started to use them.
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ALASTAIR CAMPBELL May 19
Hello this is what we call a 'NEWS STORY' about an important issue. We didn't know about it when we went to bed, unlike the Brexit 'news' you are broadcasting this morning on Radio Groundhog
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Mermaids May 20
⭐️WE’RE HIRING⭐️ 3 x Service Development Officers - UK-wide Want to join a passionate and dedicated award-winning providing support to trans & gender-questioning kids and their families? Full details ⤵️
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