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Adam Jowett Jul 15
Job advert: Lecturer in Health Psychology (Full time, Permanent) at Coventry University. Closes 31 July 2019
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MSc Health Psych Jul 13
Excellent opportunity for those with qualifications to work in public health 👇
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MSc Health Psych Jul 13
We’ve recently been through a course review with a revitalised curriculum and assessments. Perfect time to join our team, take ownership of modules and put your own stamp on the course
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MSc Health Psych Jul 9
Lecturer in Health Psychology (permanent, full time) Coventry University Coventry Salary: £32,243-£40,802 Closing date: 31/07/19 RT
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MSc Health Psych Jul 9
Lecturer in Health Psychology (permanent, full time) Coventry University Coventry Salary: £32,243-£40,802 Closing date: 31/07/19 Pls RT
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Katherine Brown Jul 8
Now seeking papers for the winter edition of publication. Summer edition in preparation. Look out for it!
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MSc Health Psych Jul 9
Lecturer in Health Psychology (permanent, full time) Coventry University Coventry Salary: £32,243-£40,802 Closing date: 31/07/19 Pls RT
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Dr Kubra Choudhry Jul 9
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Carol Percy Jul 9
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Carol Percy Jul 9
Today we’re recording some videos for induction for our and MSc Mindfulness and Compassion Looking forward to welcoming new students in a couple of months’ time.
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MSc Health Psych Jul 9
Lecturer in Health Psychology (permanent, full time) Coventry University Coventry Salary: £32,243-£40,802 Closing date: 31/07/19 RT
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MSc Health Psych Jul 8
Come join our team. Full time, permanent Health Psychology Lecturer position available
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MidsHealthPsych Jul 8
🔊 We have two vacancies in the MHPN Committee 🗣️🗣️ - Digital Media Lead - Promotions and Communications Lead More info below or contact mail@mhpn.co.uk
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Carol Percy Jul 8
International Employability in Health Psychology: An online collaborative project ⁦⁩ ⁦
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MSc Health Psych Jul 8
International Employability in Health Psychology: An online collaborative project
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BPS Sexualities Jun 19
Please spread the word about this important research into experiences of sexual orientation or gender identity change efforts (). Funded by the Government Equalities Office & led by our Chair, they’re looking for anyone in the UK who’s experienced 👇
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Health Psych NUIG Jun 21
Research assistant post in behaviour change in the department of physio in UL. The project is on increasing physical activity in people living with rheumatoid arthritis. Looks ideal for a health psych grad!
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Laura Keaver RD Jun 21
The deadline for this MSc opportunity has been extended, if you are interested in improving the health of third level students and gaining experience in both quantitative and qualitative methods you should apply for this multi-centre study being run by and TU Dublin.
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Carol Percy Jun 21
Looking forward to this year's "Supporting Student Success: The Coventry Way", and to presenting on our pilot Online International Learning Project. Offering virtual mobility experiences to make internationlisation more accessible.
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Karen Rodham Jun 18
Hello My trainees have come to me feeling let down. The NHS careers website [ ] makes no mention of health psychologists. Is there anything we can do to raise awareness of the contribution health psychs can (and often do) make to the NHS?
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