Lancs and Cheshire

Undertaking research in hypnosis: the challenges and rewards.

When: 14/11/2021 10am
Location:

Online

About the training:

By Colin Jones

Free to BSCAH members - £20 to non-members

As with most therapeutic interventions, clinicians strive to develop the evidence base within their professional practice. However, conducting research into hypnosis can be fraught with challenges.

In this webinar, we will explore some of the approaches taken when conducting research into hypnosis. Examples of research studies will be presented to illustrate key elements, which may help practitioners identify those studies considered beneficial. The presentation will assume little or no prior experience of research methodology and will focus on " real world" applied concepts.

Colin's presentation will be followed by a peer group supervision session for those that wish to participate and end around 12-12.30pm

Colin Jones
Colin is a Senior Lecturer in advanced clinical practice in the Faculty Of Health at Liverpool John Moores University. With a clinical background in intensive care nursing, he has held numerous positions in the UK and overseas. He has a PhD in health psychology and is especially interested in narrative therapies across a range of clinical contexts. In addition to his academic work, Colin works two days per week at his local NHS Trust in Post Anaesthetic Care and High Dependency Units.

 

 

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Hilary Walker: natoffice@bscah.co.uk or Linda Dunlop: ldunlop76@aol.com