Professor Nick Hulbert-Williams inaugural lecture: The psychology of living with and beyond cancer – from theory to the real world
Cancer diagnosis and treatment have a profound emotional and psychological effect that may last well beyond the end of treatment into long-term cancer survivorship.
During Professor Hulbert-Williams career he has shifted from testing psychological theories claiming to help us understand the psychological impact of cancer to intervention-based research focused on real world results.
During his Inaugural talk, Professor Nick Hulbert-Williams will give a brief overview of how his early theoretical modelling developed into a series of clinical trials to test psychological interventions to improve the psychological wellbeing of those living with and beyond cancer.
Professor Nick Hulbert-Williams is a Charted Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychology Society. He has been a Coaching Psychologist registered with the British Psychological Society since 2014. Over his career he has co-authored 68 peer-reviewed journal articles and nine book chapters and is Associate Editor of the Journal of Psychosocial Oncology Research and Practice.
5:00pm- Welcome refreshments
5:30pm – Inaugural lecture
6:15pm – Q&A
6:30pm – Networking and refreshments
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