The article discusses a Scottish route to qualification in health psychology. To become fully trained, prospective candidates had to fulfill competency requirements while working in other full-time jobs, often a PhD course. Details about the author's experiences in building up a career as assistant psychologist in the National Health Service are cited.
|Pages (from-to)||702 - 703|
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - 2008|
- CLINICAL health psychology, OCCUPATIONS, CAREER development, DOCTOR of philosophy degree, SCOTLAND