March 26, 2020

First article: 20 Health Psychology blog posts of 2020

After almost a year of undergraduate study dominated by behaviourism, neuroscience, cognitive and biological approaches, and a multitude of quantitative methodologies and analytic techniques I would be introduced to...

March 25, 2020

New Blog Series: 20 Health Psychology Articles of 2020

Calling all MHPN members - please submit a post for review. 20 selected articles will be posted and feature on our News & Blog section and benefit from promotion on our social media channels.

Please get in touch and...

March 6, 2020

Dr. Rachel Shaw is a Health Psychologist and Reader at Aston University. Rachel’s research focuses on illness experience, communication and relationships between patients, their families, and healthcare professionals, and on healthcare staff wellbeing. Rachel is known...

February 10, 2020

Have you seen our fabulous venue for this year's MHPN conference yet? Please visit our conference pages to register, submit an abstract and plan your journey. 

January 22, 2020

16th Annual MHPN Conference: Health Psychology in 2020

Call for abstracts.

Please submit YOUR ABSTRACT to mail@mhpn.co.uk by Wednesday, February 26th, 2020.

Further info on our conferences pages - access NOW.

January 22, 2020

The MHPN hosts an Annual Conference in spring of each year. WATCH THIS SPACE!

News ON THE 16th ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2020 to go live AT NOON TODAY, Wednesday, January 22, 2020.

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January 21, 2020

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We are currently offering 2-year memberships for the price of 1.

Join OR renew your MHPN membership NOW,

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January 21, 2020

CALLING ALL BLOGGERS out there!

We are keen to showcase news, challenges, success stories and research from our MHPN community. You need to be a MHPN member in order to participate. Please get in touch in order to contribute to our collection of 20 short blog posts...

August 28, 2019

A recent BSc study exploring the effects of mind-body versus conventional exercise approaches: 

Having recently completed my BSc in Psychology, I am excited to have the opportunity to share more about the process and findings of my dissertation research project.

Arguably...

October 11, 2018

When you mention to fellow academics you wish to do research in the NHS, often one of the first things you’ll hear will be an exclamation of horror at the prospect of an NHS Ethics application. In fact, this was a big concern of mine when I started my PhD. Luckily, I m...