British Psychological Society

The Eleanor Glanville Institute has been commissioned by the British Psychological Society to conduct a study to investigate and explore the lived experiences of Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority postgraduate psychology trainees across the UK in relation to race. It will also identify and explore potential barriers to progression in curriculum design, supervision, and career development. The research findings will be used to develop recommendations for the British Psychological Society and course leaders in higher education institutions regarding systemic change to remove barriers, improve experiences, and increase progression of Black, Asian and Ethnic minority postgraduate trainees.

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