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Ref NoBPS/001/4/01/02/13
TitleBPS Professional Affairs Board PAB Papers 1992
Date1992
Extent2 folder
Physical DescriptionSome rust marks and torn pages
DescriptionBritish Psychological Society (BPS) Professional Affairs Board (PAB) meeting papers:

11 January 1992 Minutes, Agenda, Papers including submission to the Reed Committee Report to the Review of Health and Social Services for Mentally Disordered Offenders; guidelines from the British Association of Counselling Sub-committee on General Practice; submission to the Royal Commission on Criminal Justice Review of the Justice System in England and Wales; decision not to respond to Royal College of Psychiatrists Good Medical Practice in the Aftercare of Potentially Violent or Vulnerable Patients Discharged from Inpatient Psychiatric Treatment; correspondence with Radio Authority on the need for a code of advertising standards and practice; representative on the CCETSW Liaison Group, Steering Committee on Test Standards and the Scottish Advisory Group of Clinical Psychology Staff, English National Board for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting, Mental Handicap Nursing Committee, Royal Society of Health. Invitation to meeting Health in Europe Seminar, meeting with the Council for the Professional Supplementary to Medicine to consider the application of art, music and drama therapists in registration; New Year Honours; proposed Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Psychotherapy; proposed Presidents' Award for Distinguished Contributions to Professional Psychology; extension to the Society Code of Conduct includes also copy of 1985 code; proposed membership grades within Sub-Systems [Member Networks]; reports of meetings of the UK Inter-Professional Group; proposed information policy; process for replying to IPM statement on Counselling in the Workplace; report of meeting of the Task Force on Changing Trends in Professional Psychology and the Association of Heads of Psychology Departments; proposed working party on the development of Health Psychology; winding up of the Task Force on Changing Trends in Professional Psychology; proposals for a clearing house schedule for initial training of educational psychologists; lobbying that a psychologist should be part of the Warner Committee enquiry into Social Services arrangements for young people; complaints at lack of psychological representation on the Department of Health Research for Health project; Age Concern representation; response concerning Education (School Records) Regulations 1989; response to Funding for Training of Educational Psychologists in Wales; proposed conference on 'Sexual Crime and Trauma: Identification, Prevention and Treatment'; draft annual report; report on AGM of the National Children's Bureau; proposed European wide curricula for psychology;

7 March 1992 Minutes, Agenda, Papers including further comments on the Reed Committee Review of Services for Mentally Disordered Offenders; correspondence with British Association of Counselling on proposed guidelines for Counselling in General Practice; Subsystem [Member Network] Membership Grades; psychological representation on the Warner enquiry; representation on the Department of Health Central Research and Development Committee 'Research for Health'; suggestions sent to the NHS Advisory Group on Setting Priorities in Mental Health Research; report of Health in Europe Seminar; membership of the CCETSW Liaison Group; appointment to the Steering Committee on Test Standards and the Working Party on the Development of Health Psychology; representation on the Department of Employment Lead Body for Advice, Guidance and Counselling; proposed extension of qualification by Chartered Psychologists including CPD; proposed Standing Committee on Psychotherapies; relations between the Division of Educational Psychology and the Association for Educational Psychology; annual report of representation on Age Concern England; Royal College of Psychiatrists enquiry into Homicide Committed by Discharged Psychiatric Patients; Minutes of the UK Inter Professional Group Working Party on Womens' Issues 6 February 1992;

24 April 1992 Minutes, Agenda, Papers including guidance from the British Association of Counselling on Counselling in General Practice settings; response from Minister concerning representation on the Central Research and Development Committee; response to proposals in Education (School Records) Regulations 1989; response to proposal to register drama therapy with the Council for Professions Supplementary to Medicine; submission to the Warner Committee of Enquiry into the Selection and Recruitment of Staff in Children's Homes, scope of Royal College of Psychiatrists Enquiry into Homicide & Suicides by Mentally Ill People; Comments on application from the profession of drama therapy for state registration status; expertise requirements for the Steering Committee on Test Standards; terms of reference and appointments to the Standing Committee on the Psychotherapies; representatives on the Scottish National Panel of Assessors; invitation and notes from the British Association for Counselling meeting to discuss NVQ standards; proposal to co-sponsor and International Test Commission Conference on Testing Children and Young People; representation on CCETSW; development of CPD for chartered psychologists as part of the extension of qualifications; EFPA minutes of London meeting and statues; proposed Special Group in Consumer Psychology; role of subsystem [Member Network] representatives on the Board Radio Authority Code of Advertising Standards and Practice; Defeat Depression Campaign (Royal College of Psychiatrists and Royal College of General Practitioners); representation on Faculty of Public Health Medicine Standing Conference of Organisations with an Interest in Public Health; invitation to join Disaster Action declined; campaign of the Joint Committee between the British Psychological Society and the Royal College of Psychiatrists concerning difficulties facing small specialist units in psychiatry following the restructuring of the NHS; response to South West Thames Regional Health Authority report on Mental Health Care for Children and Young People; financial support to attend conferences; report of representative on Young Minds; report of representative on the National Council of the Association of Workers for Maladjusted Children (AWMC - later AWCEBD later SEBDA); possible demise of the Independent Development Council for People with a Mental Handicap (IDC); report of representative of the United Kingdom Conference for Psychotherapy; proposed article on confidentiality written by the Standing Committee on Confidentiality and Access to Information;

5 June 1992 Minutes, Agenda, Papers including response to draft guidance from the British Association of Counselling on Counselling in General Practice; application to join the Standing Conference on Public Health; invitation to seminar run by the Warner Committee Inquiry into the Selection and Recruitment of Staff into Children's Homes; appointments to subcommittees and working parties; EFPA minutes, new member and implications of proposed recognition of psychotherapy as a profession within the European Community; proposed status of psychologists practising psychotherapy within the Charter of Registered Psychologists; membership grades; change in terminology to Chartered Forensic Psychologist; draft revised code of conduct for psychologists; draft rules for the Special Group in Clinical Neuropsychology; draft report of Joint Working Party with the Royal College of Psychiatrists 'Psychological Therapies for Adults in the National Health Service'; request from Department of Health that the BPS Special Interest Group on AIDS advise on pre and post HIV test counselling; Test publishers and the certificate of competence in occupational testing; BPS Information policy; minutes of AEP Association of Educational Psychologists Liaison Meeting 26 February 1992; UK Inter-Professional Group Annual Report.

2 October 1992 Minutes, Agenda, Papers including membership of the Standing Conference on Public Health, report on Warner Enquiry seminars; progress report on Psychology and Dementia Working Party; register of psychotherapists, UKSCP and accreditation of psychotherapy course; EFPA and regulation of psychotherapy in Europe; funding of Educational Psychologists in training; revised draft rules for the Special Group in Clinical Neuropsychology; report on progress and expansion of the certificate of competence in occupational testing; membership of committees and representatives; report of the representative on the British Association on Counselling; nomination to the Lead Body on Advice, Guidance and Counselling; revised draft guidelines for the employment of counsellors in General Practice; EPFA reports, new members and election; proposed DCLP Working Party on Multi-Agency Forensic Psychology; proposed Professional Psychologists Handbook, budget, ideas for topic priorities for Information Committee; titles for Grade A and Grade B clinical psychologists; expert witnesses; representation on the UKIPG Working Party on Women's Issues; response to All Wales Advisory Group on Forensic Psychiatry; response second report of the Department of Health Review of Services for Mentally Disordered Offenders Reports (Reed Committee); Comments to National Institute on Social Work on the proposed General Social Services Council; response to NHS Management Executive Advisory Group on Setting Priorities in Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke Research and Development; response to Mental Health Act 1983: Code of Practice; invitation to a conference on Uk Professions and the European Challenge; invitation to respond to the Royal Commission on Criminal Justice review of the Criminal Justice System; lobbying Education Select Committee to consider special educational needs; invitation to respond to Department of Education consultation on Special Educational Needs Access; representation on the governing body of Age Concern England; implications to Access to Health Records Act 1990;

7 November 1992 Agenda, Papers including response to Lord Chancellors Department consultation on Expert Witnesses in Criminal Cases; evidence to the Royal Commission on Criminal Justice; appointments and process for appointing new Chair of the Board; copy of DECP booklet 'CPD Continuing Professional Development A Personal Record'; EFPPA General Assembly Minutes; European Federation of Psychology Studens Association; report of the Working Party on Clinical Psychology Services for Offending and Antisocial Behaviour [previously Working Party on Mental Health Services for Offenders]; Clinical Psychologists and Psychiatrists: Working in Partnership [PAB and Joint Standing Committee of the Royal College of Psychiatrists]; report of The Psychologist Editorial Committee; future role and status of the Independent Development Council; response to draft guidance on Permissable Forms of Control in Children's Residential Care; accreditationl of aviation psychologists; invitation to consultation on proposed changes to legisliation on Independent Schools and Barred Staff; terms of reference of Working Group on the Structure of the Society; UK Professional Group Joint Cross-Border Practice of Regulated Professions; invitation to Human Fertilisation & Embryology Authority conference on counselling in infertility counselling; Special Interest Group on AIDS Draft document to the Department of Health on HIV Counselling Testing and Behaviour Change
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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.
AccessStatusOpen
Location13: BPS History of Psychology Centre London
TermForensic Psychology
Criminology
Counselling
Social work education
Psychotherapy
Health Psychology
Educational psychology
Vocational Training
Access to Information
Testing
Health Services
Elderly
Clinical psychology
Special educational needs
Old age
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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