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The DClinPsy programme is competency based and conforms to the accreditation criteria of the British Psychological Society. It has three main components: University based academic teaching, service based practice learning, and clinically relevant research. Course Structure
The Doctorate in Clinical Psychology is delivered on a full-time basis over three years.
University based teaching takes place over two semesters: the first (September to January) is based at the University of Lincoln, the second (February to June) is based at the University of Nottingham´s Institute of Work, Health and Organisations. Practice learning takes place throughout the year and is based at placements in services in Derbyshire, Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire. Research is conducted throughout the programme leading to the completion of a doctoral thesis at the beginning of the third year and the completion of a small scale research project at the end of the third year of training. Modules
Students will be introduced to the main study designs used in applied psychology and will be introduced to practical aspects of conducting research in health care settings.This module introduces students to the theoretical foundations and key skills that will be needed for the first clinical placement.This module considers the organisational context within which clinical psychologists work. This has particular emphasis on the NHS, but also includes social services, schools and prisons.This module will aim to integrate teaching from earlier modules and to provide opportunity for developing specialist knowledge of specific interventions with specific client groups. It will also include a personal and professional development component.This module provides students with the practical training required for working in the NHS and in other complex organisations, such as schools, social services and prisons.This module provides opportunity for completing all components required for accreditation purposes.This module will provide students with an opportunity to design and conduct an empirical study in clinical psychology. The written report will provide training for preparing manuscripts for submission for publication.This module will provide students with an opportunity to design and conduct a service evaluation study in clinical psychology. The written report will provide training for preparing manuscripts for submission for publication.
|CAE score:||75 (Grade B)|