Division of Forensic Psychology Annual Conference (DFP 2015)
Manchester Metropolitan University Business School *MANCHESTER, UK Visit the Venue to read more
The conference will give you an opportunity to meet with academics, researchers, practitioners and students of psychology. In addition to high-profile Keynote Speakers there will be a mix of workshops, symposia, individual papers and posters presented, plus social activities and networking opportunities.
If you wish to request an invoice, or pay by cheque download and complete ourRegistration Form. The deadline to request an invoice is 13 May 2015.
Fees include full access to ALL sessions at the conference, access to our exhibition, refreshments and lunch on Thursday 2 July.
Group registrations not allowed
Accompanying persons not allowed
We don’t accept Online Abstracts
This years HQ hotel is The Palace Hotel, Oxford Road, Manchester, M60 7HA
We have secured a number of B&B rooms for 30 June, 1 July & 2 July for delegates to book directly with the hotel. You will benefit from our preferential rates of £125 single occupancy or £135 twin or double occupancy.
To book B&B at the HQ hotel you will need to use the code: THEB300615 or state that you are with the British Psychological Society and the dates.
Tel: 0161 288 1111, Option 1, or alternatively call the groups department on 0161 233 5129
We have also agreed favourable rates at other nearby hotels with Coneference Care. To view/book these follow the link below.
We are accepting submissions in the form of Symposia, Workshops, Papers and Posters. All abstracts must be submitted by using the BPS Online Submission System. Please read theSubmissions Guidelines carefully before entering the system as these have changed slightly from previous years.
Please Note: if your submission is accepted all presenters are expected to register and pay in advance as a delegate at the appropriate rate.
All presenters must register by 7 May 2015. If you haven't registered by this date your presentation will be removed from the programme.
Symposia, Papers and Workshops - 29 January 2015
Posters - 12 March 2015
Additional requirements for all submissions
Submissions must also include explicit confirmation that the convenor and authors/co-authors understand and adhere to the Society's code of Ethics and Conduct.
Submissions must also include formal confirmation of the ethis approval/exception granted to the research presented.