Edition 11

Awards for the serious and not so serious
We received several letters in response to last month's special issue.
Ella Rhodes reports from a one-day symposium ‘Stories of Psychology: War and Its Aftermath’ held on 8 October.
Art by Jeffrey Stern, thoughts on therapy Kirsty Kennedy.
‘I’m optimistic, some might say idealistic’
Wayne Dykstra considers Ignacio Martín-Baró’s enduring and international influence
we meet community psychologist Jim Orford; Rob Rooksby on his collision of American football and psychology; and Heather Tinkler describes her work as a Clinical Studies Officer for an NHS Foundation Trust
President’s column; call for nominations; Birmingham Science Festival; Public Engagement Grant; World Mental Health Day; Going Green; and more
Eleanor Willard with the latest in our series for budding writers (see www.bps.org.uk/newvoices for more information)
The politician talks to Ian Bushnell (Chair of the Division of Occupational Psychology) about hubris syndrome and his work with the Daedalus Trust