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Jobs in Mental Health

Northumberland Building, Room 312


If you're interested in supporting people with mental health issues this session will provide an overview of some options available to get your career moving forward.  

The first half of the session will be taken by Dr Mark Papworth from Newcastle University. He will be talking about the IAPT postgraduate course at Newcastle University, leading to Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner roles in the NHS.  This will also be an opportunity for you to ask your questions regarding the IAPT program in relation to the application process, course and job role.

In addition, the session will also include:

  • a brief overview of the mental health sector in the UK.
  • Information about the range of job opportunities available, including charities, the NHS and public sector.
  • Show you how and where to find job vacancies.

If you require communication or access support please contact Careers & Employment to discuss ways of organising this, 


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Northumberland Building, Room 312


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