Time for a change?

Trish Joscelyne argues for more clarity in the Society’s ethical codes
THE new government emphasis on quality assurance is gradually being felt within the working lives of psychologists. For those within higher education, both their research output and teaching are under scrutiny. Educational psychology services face their own inspections, and clinical governance becomes a reality within the health service, affecting clinical and assistant psychologists.

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