LevelFile
Ref NoBPS/001/4/01/02/07
TitleBPS Professional Affairs Board PAB Papers 1986
Date1986
Extent1 file (2 folders)
Physical Descriptionsome rust marks and torn paper
DescriptionBritish Psychological Society's (BPS) Professional Affairs Board (PAB) meeting papers:

11 January 1986 Professional Affairs Board Agenda, Minutes and Papers includes 'The Society and International Affairs'; review of tasks, work plan, terms of reference and capacity of the Standing Committee on Test Standards; terms of reference and membership of the Standing Committee on Handicap; representation on the board of the British Journal of Guidance and Counselling; observers on the Board and Division Committees; need for communication and consistent practice; proposal for a working party on the rehabilitation needs of the young chronic sick; report of first year of the Co-ordinating Committee on Professional Training, post experience training for psychologists; report of representatives on UK Committee of the World Federation for Mental Health and on Age Concern; guidance on client condition on advertising; proposed workshop on open access to client information; Data Protection Act Subject Access to Personal Health Information; 'Careers in Applied Psychology for Psychologists With A Disability'; review of Child Care Law; recognition of psychologists with qualifications obtained abroad; survey on psychological services for people with cerebral palsy (Richard Lansdown); notes of meetings with British Paediatric Association; Committee on Training in Clinical Psychology policy on self-funded candidates; proposed working party on training needs in clinical psychology; report on Wessex Regional In-Service Training Course in Clinical Psychology; report on MSc in Clinical Psychology University of Exeter; report on South-East Thames Regional Training Scheme for Clinical Psychology; report on MSc Clinical Psychology University of Aberdeen; annual report of Board, Standing Committee on Handicap;

28 February 1986 Professional Affairs Board Agenda, Minutes and Papers includes links with the Faculty of Community Medicine; response to DHSS Review of Child Care Law; representation on committee; delegate to EFPPA General Assembly; invitation to Conference of Ministers of Health on Narcotic and Psychotropic Drug Misuse; relationship of the Board with its standing and training committees; Committee on Training in Clinical Psychology policy on self-funded candidates; proposed working party on training needs in clinical psychology; Board response to report of MSc Course in Clinical Psychology University of Aberdeen; size and costs of on-site visits to courses; NHS Training Authority New Health Pickup Programme for Continuing Professional Education; report of follow-up visit to MSc Clinical Psychology University of Surrey; 'Chartered Psychologist: Locals or Cosmopolitans' (Oonagh Hartnett) discussion paper on conflicts within the profession; 'The Whole and Sum of the Parts: Some Notes on Constitutional Matters for New Society Officers'; proposed response to BMA Policy on Ethical Research Committees; report of Joint Standing Committee with the Royal College of Psychiatrists; 'Symbiosis and Commensalism, the Partners We Keep' discussion paper on issues relating to co-sponsoring of events with other organisations; Mental Health Act Draft Code of Practice; Children's Legal Centre Protecting Children from Physical Punishment; Association of Community Health Councils for England and Wales Patients Charter; attendance at Association of Directors of Social Work 14th Annual Conference; documents received from EFPPA; comments to proposed Government amendments to the Disabled Persons (Service Consultation and Representation) Bill; proposed social work CCETSW training; submitting of Board minutes to Council; proof of annual report; Institute for Clinical Psychology position statement on Discriminatory Laws in South Africa; invitation to Institute for Complementary Medicine Hypnotherapy & Psychotherapy meeting; inservice trainings 'The Future Funding of Training in Educational Psychology' (G A Lindsay');

26 April 1986 Professional Affairs Board Agenda, Minutes and Papers including submission to the BMA on Ethical Research Committees; pooling arrangements for the initial training of educational psychologists; discussion as to whether there should be a boycott of an advertisement for a role with a disputed line management by a psychiatrist; discussion on the role and responsibility of the Standing Committee on Test Standards; report of the Working Party on Competence in Psychological Testing; appointments and representatives; request from DHSS for Council of the CCETSW; Royal College of Psychiatrists and psychological testing; draft reply to Association of Community Health Councils for England and Wales Patients Charter; training and rehabilitation of Mis-Users of Hard Drugs; invitation from British Society of Experimental and Clinical Hypnosis to co-sponsor Fourth European Congress of Hypnosis in Psychotherapy and Psychosomatic Medicine; proposed BPS Scientific Affairs Board statement on substance misuse; Scientific Affairs Board view of the report of the Co-ordinating Committee on Professional Training; discussion of the role and purpose of EFPPA General Assembly; report on MSc Developmental and Educational Psychology Queens University Belfast; closure of the MSc Clinical Psychology University of Aberdeen; report of the proposed Humberside Clinical Psychology Training Course; report on MSc Clinical Psychology University of Leicester; CTCP revised 'Criteria for the Assessment of Postgraduate Training Courses in Clinical Psychology'; list of Society representatives on other organisations; report of the representative on the Rugby Conference on Psychotherapy (Standing Conference on Psychotherapy); resignation of representative on the All Party Parliamentary Mental Health Group; report of the representative on the British Association for Counselling; report from the representative on the Scottish Advisory Committee on Top Grade Scientific posts; report of representative on Age Concern England; report of representative on the Psychologists Protection Society and the representative on the Association of Workers for Maladjusted Children.

13 June1996 Professional Affairs Board Agenda, Minutes and Papers including DCP [Division of Clinical Psychology] discussion with DHSS concerning proposed working party on the Rehabilitation Needs of the Young Chronic Sick; lobbying and proposed amendments to the Education Bill including Hansard and BPS press release; proposed workshop on Open Access to Client Information; 'Developments in Occupational Psychology' discussion paper by the Division of Occupational Psychology Training Committee; letter to EFPPA concerning national or individual status of members of the General Assembly and proposing changes to constitution; Mental Health Act Draft Code of Practice; titles for new chartered psychologists 'Chartered Psychologist or Alternatives' (G A Lindsay) and 'The Possible Impact of Chartered Status on Lateral Transfer'; representatives and committee members; CCETSW representation and joint training initiatives; Chairmanship of the Board and proposed Deputy position and membership of F&GPC [Finance and General Purposes Committee - later Board of Trustees]; relations between Board and Scottish Branch in relation to responding to consultations, revision of advice to Society Officers 'The Sum and the Parts'; representation and role of the interdisciplinary Collaboration in Health Care Working Party; DHSS Child Abuse Working Together draft guidelines; CCETSW report 'The Teaching of Psychology on Social Work Courses'; response to Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs ACMD Review of Training; International Test Commission ballot; report from representatives on the British Institute of Mental Handicap, MIND (including World Federation for Mental Health Congress Mental Health 2000) and Hospital Play Staff Examination Board; Society to inform DHSS that courses have been approved; report on MSc Clinical Psychology University of Liverpool; proposed statement on boxing; request for support from the Coordinating Organisation for Behavioural Research on AIDS (COBRA); advice on psychologists reports for Magistrates Courts;; report on Spring 1986 Diploma in Clinical Psychology examination; consultation on corporal punishment in the Education Bill.

19 September 1986 Professional Affairs Board Agenda, Minutes and Papers including expansion of Top Grade Scientific Post National Panel of Assessors (Scotland); lobbying and proposed amendments to the Education Bill; response to Local Authority Training Grants Scheme; comments on Mental Health Act 1983 Draft Code of Practice; payment for psychologists reports in Magistrates Courts; vacancies on standing committees and working parties; appointment of Chris Cullen as Deputy Chairman of the Board; creation of the Postgraduate Admissions Committee; draft guidelines 'Advertising the Services Offered by Psychologists'; impact of chartering on lateral transfer of educational and clinical psychologists; lobbying of EFPPA on activity and structures; circulation of DECP Training Committee evaluation reports to the Department of Education; MQB paper on chartering 'The Validity of Psychological Skills'; DoP Division of Occupational Psychology Training Committee report on MSc Organisational Psychological UMIST; CTCP report on South Wales In-Service Training Course; CTCP followup report on MSC Clinical Psychology University of Manchester; response to UKCC Education Strategy Project 2000 on nursing education; Scientific Affairs Board initiative on the Psychology of Food, Health and Nutrition; support for South African Institute for Clinical Psychology stance on apartheid; notes of a meeting with CCETSW on the teaching of psychology on social work courses; report of DCP Working Party on Management Training Needs of Clinical Psychologists, and budgets;

22 November 1986 Professional Affairs Board Agenda, Minutes and Papers including lobbying in relation to the Education Bill training of educational psychologists; Board response to [Membership and Qualifications Board] MQB paper 'The Validity of Psychological Skills'; comments on DHSS 'Child Abuse Working Together Draft Guide to Interagency Cooperation for the Protection of Children; response to Home Office DHSS consultation Offenders Suffering from Psychopathic Disorder; UKCC Education Strategy Project 2000; psychotherapy education; unity of psychology as a profession; possible Directive on the European harmonisation of qualifications; EFPPA reforms; 'Role and Responsibilities of the Society for Test Standards' together with internal and external comments; draft Terms of Reference of the Steering Committee on Test Standards; review of the role, membership, Terms of Reference and programme of the Standing Committee on Handicap; proposed revision of 'Discriminating Fairly'; representation on the All Party Parliamentary Mental Health Group; report of the representative on MIND; policy on circulation of Training Committee reports; DHSS Multidisciplinary Conference on the Psychiatric and Psychosocial Aspects of AIDS and related conditions; final draft 'Guidelines on Advertising the Services of Psychologists; restructure of the British Association for Counselling; Board sponsorship of London Conference seminar on Old Age; response to Home Office Fraud Trials Committee Report (Roskill); response to Home Office paper Custodial Sentences for Young Offenders; DOP information sheet on occupational psychology; Equal Opportunities in Employment in Northern Ireland; CTCP report on a follow-up visit to MSc in Clinical Psychology University of Leeds, Board annual report; report of Joint Standing Committee with Royal College of Psychiatrists
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NotesThe History of Psychology Centre is committed to creating an inclusive environment for all our users. Be aware that our catalogue contains historic terminology relating to mental health which could be considered offensive. The terminology exists within the original record and has been retained to inform users on viewpoints at the time. It in no way reflects the attitudes of the cataloguers or the British Psychological Society.
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AccessConditionsRegistered Users by Appointment Only.
AccessStatusOpen
Location13: BPS History of Psychology Centre, London
TermClinical psychology
Drug abuse
Child psychology
Educational psychology
Testing
Professional Training
Psychotherapy
Research Ethics
Care for the elderly
Vocational Training
Occupational psychology
Social work education
Nurses
Medical personnel
Diet
Child abuse
Young offenders
Juvenile delinquency
Access to Information
HIV Infections
AIDS
Old age
Elderly
RulesDescription compiled in line with the following: ISAD (G) General International Standard Archival Description MAD3 Third Edition 2000
ArchNoteCompiled by Claire Jackson BPS Archivist History of Psychology Centre.

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