BSc Psychology, preparing for and entering the graduate world Paper 126 HEA STEM Conference, Edinburgh 30 April – 1 May 2014. Peter Reddy, Rachel Shaw and Elisabeth Moores School of Life and Health Sciences. Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis .
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BSc Psychology, preparing for and entering the graduate worldPaper 126HEA STEM Conference, Edinburgh30 April – 1 May 2014
Peter Reddy, Rachel Shaw and Elisabeth Moores
School of Life and Health Sciences
“I think we have been really pushed into (it)… a careers talk … that’s when it started … very, very early on in my degree.
…when you do your placement, and you see people who are in that career … and they’re telling you, you know, we’ve done it, you can do it, and it’s having those people telling you that, that really pushes you...
It definitely… was put on a pedestal as… this is one of the big jobs you can do… …one of those jobs that it’s so rewarding. …it can grow into you that clinical is the best of the best and if you achieve that you really have made it.