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This paper is a personal account of how I have managed, as a clinical psychologist, to conduct clinically relevant research throughout my career. I reflect on key themes that have worked for me, personal, strategic and opportunistic, that may also work for others in pursuing a research career.

Type

Journal article

Journal

Clinical Psychology Forum

Publication Date

01/2013

Pages

37 - 40