Lifetime Contribution to Occupational Psychology
The Lifetime Contribution to Occupational Psychology Award replaces the Lifetime Achievement Award. We welcome nominations on behalf of Occupational Psychologists and academic psychologists who conduct Occupational Psychology research and who have made an outstanding and sustained contribution professionally. This might be through work which has had a significant impact on the public, in developing our understanding of psychology in work contexts or sustantial contribution to the Division or former Section of Occupational Psychology.
Types of nominations
We will be assessing the extent to which the nominee/small collaborative team have made an outstanding and sustained contribution professionally in the following areas which relate to our Strategic Plan. They may have demonstrated leadership in professional Society roles or within an academic or practice setting. Their impact may have been within the profession or across society and in government.
Each will be rated on a scale from 1-7 and a minimum of 20 points must be achieved in order to receive the award.
Guidance for nominations
You will need the following information:
(Q2*) Nominee name
(Q3*) Nominee BPS number
(Q4*) Please provide details on how the nominee/lead has achieved an advanced stage in their career or details if the nominee\lead has retired from such role (max 300 words)
Nominator information (if applicable):
(Q5*) Nominator name
You will also be asked to provide information in relation to the following questions:
(Q7*) Please provide an overview of the contexts which has made an outstanding contribution (max 300 words)
(Q8*) Please provide details of what was done/achieved to make an outstanding contribution (max 300 words)
(Q9*) Please provide ann explanation of the impact of the work (max 300 words)
How to apply
Nominations are to be made online via the following link:
Awards will be judged by a panel of Occupational Psychologist, academics and representatives from our partners. Full information about our judges can be found online via the following link:
Nominations will close on Tuesday the 30th of October 2018 and the winner will be notified by Friday 16 November 2018.
The presentation ceremony will be held on the evening of the 10 January 2019 at the Division of Occupational Psychology Annual Conference Gala Dinner in Chester.
The winner will