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Ref NoBPS/001/4/01/02/10
TitleBPS Professional Affairs Board Papers 1989
Date1989
Extent2 folders
Physical DescriptionSome rust marks
DescriptionBritish Psychological Society's (BPS) Professional Affairs Board (PAB) meeting papers:
14 January 1989 Minutes, Agenda, Papers includes response to the interdepartmental working group on mentally disturbed offenders in prison; report on promotion of charter; concerns relating to the Manpower Planning Advisory Group (MPAG) Clinical Psychology Study [See article in The Psychologist October 1989]; representations on committees, Boards, working parties and on other organisation including applications to be MIND representative and Mental Health Commissioners; DCP comments on discussion paper on the distinction between Divisions and Sections and on the possible combination of the Scientific and Professional Affairs Board; report from the Standing Committee on Equal Opportunities; terms of reference of the MQB Standing Committee on the Coordination of the Continuing Professional Development of Psychologists; lobbying on the code of confidentiality of personal health data; NCB [National Children's Bureau] Changing Parental Structures review; comments on a Report of the DHSS Working Party on the Monitoring and Surveillance of HIV Infection and AIDS; draft response on House of Lords Select Committee on Science and Technology Report on Priorities in Medical Research; response to SHHD Assessment and Control The Management of Violent and Disruptive Prisoners - Part One - Issues and Problems; CITCOM Citizen Action Compensation Campaign for legislation; report of representative on the National Children's Bureau NCB;

3 March 1989 Minutes, Agenda, Papers including comments on the Report of the Committee of Enquiry into the Care and Aftercare of Miss Sharon Campbell; response on House of Lords Select Committee on Science and Technology Report on Priorities in Medical Research; response to SHHD Assessment and Control The Management of Violent and Disruptive Prisoners; Citizen Action Compensation Campaign progress; promotion of BPS register including salary scales for clinical psychologists, EC [European Community] Directive on recognition of professional qualifications; BT booklet on psychology of telephoning; appointments to committees and working parties; statements of interest of members of the Standing Committee on Equal Opportunities; working party on the Future of Professional Psychology; report of the Working Party on Physical Disability; report on EFPA Rome assembly; possible changes to HSE legislation; affiliation to Young Minds [National Association for Multiprofessional Work in Child and Family Mental Health]; issues raised by 'Ways You Can Help Medicine' Royal College of Physicians London fundraising campaign; Law Society Decision-Making and Mental Incapacity; SDECP proposed policy on Special Education and Civil Rights; response and proposed paper on Royal College of Psychiatrists paper on Multiaxial Classification in Mental Handicap; Access to Personal Health Information Code of Confidentiality; response to Draft Circular on the Welfare of Children in Hospital; NHS Review White Paper 'Working for Patients'; MQB conference on doctorates in clinical psychology; notes of meeting of the Joint Standing Committee with the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

22 April 1989 Minutes, Agenda, Papers including comments on DHSS Circular 1/83 Assessments and Statements of Special Educational Needs: Procedures Within the Education, Health and Social Services; comments on the Report of the Working Party on Physical Disability; representation and nominations to committees, working groups and other organisations; Training and Support Sub-Committee of the Standing Committee on Communications; Steering Committee on Test Standards documents 'Psychological Tests: Guidance for the User'; EFPA invitations to attend European Congress of Psychology; annual reports of the Steering Committee on Test Standards, Standing Committee on Equal Opportunities; annual reports of representatives on the British Institute of Mental Handicap, Association of Working for Maladjusted Children and Therapeutic Education, Scottish Advisory Committee on Top Grade Scientific Posts, Age Concern England; MIND Clinical Advisory Committee, Rugby Committee on Psychotherapy; Royal College of Psychiatrists; problems of recruiting trained professional clinical psychologists; proposed statement on mental incapacity.

9 June 1989 Minutes, Agenda, Papers including report on Law Society meeting on 'Decision Making & Mental Incapacity''; Psychological Tests: Guidance for the User; appointments to Committees and Working Parties and as representatives of other organisations; terms of reference for the Working Party on the Future of Professional Psychology; position statement 'The Role of Clinical Psychologists in AIDS'; SDECP statement on Special Education and Civil Rights'; EFPPA budget; Alzheimer Scotland campaign on poll tax exemptions; report on Standing Committee on Equal Opportunities Equal Pay for Work of Equal Value working party; response to Equal Opportunities Commission paper 'Equal Pay: Making It Work'; proposal that members have a seat on the Board; complaints about fees; letter from End Physical Punishment of Children EPOCH campaign; consultation on the membership of the council of the British Association for Counselling; invitation to attend a manpower and training of meeting on the Working For Patients White Paper; Department of Health Joint Working Group on Disasters; report from Bernard Kat on the Inter-Professional Working Group on Access to Personal Health Information; annual report of the representative on the British Association for Counselling Consultative Council; Kincraig report on parole;

15 September 1989 Minutes, Agenda, Papers including policy on direct fundraising; response to Home Office green paper 'Punishment, Custody and the Community'; progress report on the working party on 'Psychologists and Social Services'; press and release and letter to Scottish Minister Malcolm Rifkin concerning exemption from community charge 'poll tax'; members representation on the Board; comments on White Paper 'Working for Patients'; comments on Kincraig Report on Parole and Related Matters; appointments to Committees and Working Parties and as representatives of other organisations including application for Standing Committee on Equal Opportunities, Hospital Play Staff Examination Board, Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland and Steering Committee on Test Standards; report on Working Party on Services for Young Adult Patients with Acquired Brain Injury; report on the Working Party on Psychology and Physical Disability; comments on Counselling Psychology section report on Psychological Aspects of Disaster; The Role of Clinical Psychologists in HIV and AIDS statement; proposed guidance on Psychological Therapies includes copy of 1980 report; Standing Committee on Communications paper on position papers; review of the Standing Committee on Communications; draft Steering Committee on Test Standards paper 'Training and Qualifications in the Use of Psychological Tests'; changes in published lists of accredited courses; comments on Draft Code and Handbook of Guidance on Confidentiality of Personal Health Information; invitation to re-join the collaboration in Health Care Working Party; minutes of the Joint Health Care Workers Educational Forum; Scientific Affairs Board report on Problematic Use of Drugs and Other Substances'; budget; DTI Conference Europe Open for Professions; new legislation on community care; Standing Conference Committee report; The Society, Its Structure - A Guide;

11 November 1989 Minutes, Agenda, Papers includes correspondence with HSE [Health and Safety Executive]; appointments including application to be representative on Young Minds and the Association of Workers for Maladjusted Children and Therapeutic Education; Training and Qualifications in Test Use; report of the Working Party on Gender Representation and also 'Gender Representation within the British Psychological Society' by Peter Morris, Joanna Holloway and Julie Noble; report of the Working Party on the Training of Psychologists; proposed study of the image of psychology among potential students from black and ethnic minority communities; proposed task force on the implications of the chang ing trends in professional psychology; response to the DOH Guidelines for Local Research Ethics Committees; report of joint working party on Professional Development for Psychologists and Social Workers Within Services for People With a Mental Handicap; response to review of the Prison Service; comments on Home Office Revised Code D Identification of the Draft Code of Practice under the Police and Criminal Evidence Act; report on DTI conference on Europe Open for Professions; DCP statement on Promotion to Top Grade Clinical Psychologist on the Grounds of Personal Excellence; working party on access to client reports; request for endorsement of CSIE charter on integrating special needs children into ordinary schools; MPAG review; merger of Section and Division of Occupational Psychology.
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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.
LanguageEnglish
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AccessConditionsRegistered Users by Appointment Only. Some personal data to be extracted before use.
AccessStatusOpen
Location13: BPS History of Psychology Centre, London
TermPrisoners
Forensic Psychology
Clinical psychology
Professional Training
HIV Infections
AIDS
Child psychology
Special educational needs
Testing
Medical Manpower
Equal Opportunity
Disasters
Ethnic groups
Ethics of science
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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