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Psychological Professions Week 2022 - Reflecting on Equality and Diversity in the Psychological Professions

28 Oct 22

Read more from Dr Margo Ononaiye and Dr Bill Tiplady about the Reflecting on Equality and Diversity in the Psychological Professions workshop at #PsychologicalProfessionsWeek2022

Dr Margo Ononaiye, Widening Participation Lead, South East Psychological Professions Network

Dr Bill Tiplady, Co-Chair Psychological Professions Network, South East England

The Psychological Professions Network (PPN) is hosting its third *free* conference. #PsychologicalProfessionsWeek2022 will feature keynote speakers, panel discussions.

If you’re interested in equality, diversity and inclusion within the psychological professions, you will not want to miss our workshop which focuses on issues of equality, diversity and inclusion from the perspective of a variety of psychological professions including sharing good practice and suggestions for the future. It is taking place on Wednesday 16th November from 1.30pm to 3pm and will be convened by Dr Margo Ononaiye and Dr Bill Tiplady. The session will consist of a panel discussion followed by a Q&A. This thought-provoking workshop will be an opportunity to hear from a range of psychological professions on how they have navigated barriers relating to equality, diversity and inclusion. They will also be sharing their suggestions for future work. As part of the workshop, we would love to hear from the audience any suggestions they may have to take the work forward or any questions for the panel. Audience members will have the opportunity to get involved in the discussion via the chat.

This session is a must-see for aspiring psychological professionals, qualified psychological professionals, Higher Education Institutions, Experts by Experience and anyone with an interest in making the psychological professions more inclusive and representative of the world around us!

To view the full week’s program and register for the conference (it’s free!), please follow this link: https://ppweek22.com/home 

Dr Margo Ononaiye talks about some of her own experiences of race and leadership here:

Lastly, we recommend becoming a member of the PPN. It is free and gives you access to the latest updates, events and newsletters. To become a member please follow this link: https://www.ppn.nhs.uk/membership/why-join-us 

We look forward to seeing you on the 16th November 2022!

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