Doctorate in Clinical Psychology Year 1 Induction information 2019

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Welcome to your first year in the School of Psychology at the University of Plymouth, and if you are new to the city, welcome to Plymouth. You are starting on a fascinating intellectual and academic journey with us, as well as an exciting new stage of your life. I hope that you enjoy the journey, and make the most of all the opportunities that the University has to offer.

Your first week here is called Induction Week, during which there will lots of timetabled events. These are aimed at providing you with important information, helping you to become familiar with the University, and giving you the chance to meet some of your fellow trainees and tutors. There is a full timetable of events listed below. Please read it carefully, and ensure you attend the sessions.

On behalf of all the staff in the School of Psychology, I welcome you to the University of Plymouth, and look forward to meeting you.

Tim Hollins, Head of School of Psychology.

Monday 16 September

Venue (all day) Link Building, Room 113

9.00–9.30 Refreshments and informal greeting

9.30–12.00 Welcome and introduction to the programme and meet the whole course team with Dr Jacqui Stedmon, Programme Director

12.00–13.00 Break

13.00–16.00 Inspiring ideas: our course philosophy with Dr Jacqui Stedmon, Programme Director.

Tuesday 17 September

Venue (all day) Link Building, Room 113

9.00–11.30 Taunton and Somerset NHS Trust induction and registration with Alan Taylor, Clinical Director and Michele Thomas. Refer to Self Declaration form (going LIVE soon) 

Please make sure you have completed the online enrolment and photo upload prior to collecting your University card, also remember to bring photo ID with you.

11.30–12.00 Welcome with Professor Bridie Kent, Executive Dean of Faculty and Professor Tim Hollins, Head of School.

12.00–13.00 Break

13.00–16.00 Introduction to reflective practice with Dr Jacqui Stedmon, Programme Director and Clinical Psychology Research Director.

Wednesday 18 September

Venue (all day) Link Building, Room 113

9.00–12.00 Introduction to timetables (coursework, PBL, DL and assessment) with ??

12.00–12.30 Graduate School with Sarah Kearns

12.30–13.00 Dr Patric Bach Student Advocate

13.00–14.00 Break

14.00–14.30 Bridges student interdisciplinary learning

14.30–15.30 Introduction to the library and IT services with Kerri Daymond, Information Specialist

15.30–16.30 Tour of the library with Kerri Daymond, Information Specialist.

Thursday 19 September

Morning Venue Rolle Building, room 213

9.00–13.00 Professional issues 1: Reading time for PI 2 on Friday, private study and group work 

13.00–14.00 Break

Afternoon Venue Rolle Building, Room 213 and break-out rooms Rolle 106 and 119

14.00–17.00 Introduction to HCPC and service user/care perspective with clinical tutors and members of SRCCG

Friday 20 September

Venue (all day) Link Building, Room 113

9.00–12.00 Introduction to PWID strand and history of services with Lealah Hewitt-Johns and Service User Drama Group (with refreshments at 10.45)

12.00–13.30 Break

14.00–17.00 Professional Issues 2 with Kim Bowen-Jones, Consultant Clinical Psychologist (reading from Thursday)

A Postgrad welcome party will be arranged at the beginning of term for all psychology postgraduate, research students and academic staff. You will be informed when and where it is to be held.

Please note week commencing 23 September is University week nine.

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