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Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Lancaster University

Developing and Supervising Trainee Research Projects

A practical workshop
for clinical psychologists

13th July, 12pm - 4.00pm
Cost: Free - including lunch!
Venue: Bowland North seminar rooms, Lancaster University

Are you interested in supervising trainee research projects?

Trainee research projects are a valuable resource for clinical psychologists who want to be able to address important issues arising from their practice but who don't have the time or resources to conduct research themselves. They can range from small scale service evaluations to research aimed at addressing bigger clinical and theoretical issues.

This half day workshop is aimed at clinical psychologists who are interested in acting as field research supervisors for trainees on the Lancaster Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. It is aimed particularly at clinicians with little or no previous experience of supervising trainee research projects.

As part of the workshop, each participant will be supported to develop at least one research idea into an outline project proposal that can be included in the list of service related project (SRP) or thesis project ideas given to current DClinPsy trainees.

Workshop aims

  • Introduce participants to the Lancaster SRP and thesis
  • Provide guidance on what the role of a field supervisor involves


  • Provide guidance on what makes a good SRP and thesis project
  • Support participants to develop a research idea into an outline project proposal

Book soon

The workshop is free of charge but you need to book your place by 4th July!

Contact us

Sarah Heard
01524 592754

Suzanne Hodge
01524 592712
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