University of Bristol
The programme is designed for people aiming to become clinical psychologists, but who do not hold a British Psychological Society (BPS) accredited Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClin). The programme provides an excellent basis for those wishing to pursue a career involving work with patients with neuropsychological deficits (eg head injury, dementia, stroke, rehabilitation, etc). Alternatively, the Diploma can lead to further doctoral research. The programme would also be of interest to international students who wish to obtain specialist training in clinical neuropsychology.
An upper 2nd Class Honours degree in psychology or a closely related discipline (e.g. neuroscience, clinical psychology). Some clinical experience is preferable, though not essential.
Core Units: Functional neuroanatomy, neuroscience methods and issues in neuropsychology; part a: issues in neuropsychology; part b: functional neuroanatomy and neuroscience methods; applied clinical neuropsychology and principles of assessment; part a: assessment in clinical neuropsychology; part b: applied neuropsychology; development, rehabilitation and evidence-based neuropsychology and principles of clinical statistics; part a: development and rehabilitation; part b: evidence-based neuropsychology; theoretical and clinical neuropsychology; part a: clinical neuropsychology in practice; part b: theoretical neuropsychology.
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Charlotte Powell Postgraduate Administrator
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