Trainees carry out their major reseach project over the three years of the course. They also do a small piece of service-related research in their first year.
This part of the website provides access to research-related resources, for both trainees and their supervisors.
The following link will take you to the research guidelines in the training handbook
This gives a guide to what goes in the research proposal, which is prepared in the summer of the first year.
This is a checklist of what you need to do after your research plan is finalised, before the study gets underway. It covers ethics, sponsorship, R&D registration, data protection, and health and safety risk assessment.
There's also a list of Frequently Asked Questions on Research Governance.
This document explains how to access additional funds for the major research project. Contents include: Departmental support; Possible types of expenditure; Expenditure not usually funded through the Department; External funds; Examples of costings; Copy of research expenses form.
The thesis title and abstract needs to be submitted in the second term of the third year, to enable assignment of internal and external examiners.
This document gives detailed guidance on writing up and presenting each part of the thesis.
This document outlines the procedures for trainees who are doing a joint thesis.
What to do in the unlikely event that you will not be submitting your thesis on time.
Information on current and recently completed DClinPsy research.
This document specifies the criteria that the examiners use to evaluate the thesis
The link below takes you to the section of the training handbook on the SRP
(Note that the project has recently been renamed as the "service-related project", but the old name of "service-related research project" may still be found in course documentation.)
> Full list of DClinPsy theses (doc)
> Service-Related Research (doc) from 1998 onwards
This is a list of all known publications arising from the theses of trainees on the UCL DClinPsy (and its predecessor MSc) up to the end of 2011.
> Publication list (doc)
The DClinPsy course has a comprehensive test library: see the list of tests (doc format). Please let the Research Administrator know if you have any suggestions for additional items.
Test are available for reference or short-term loan to course staff and trainees. To borrow a test, please see the Research Administrator in the General Office. The loans procedure is set out in the test library policy document.
Many thanks to the UCL Friends Programme and to NHS London for grants which have enabled us to expand the Test Library's resources.
> Catalogue of books held (doc)
If you'd like to borrow a book, please see the academic adminstrator in Rm 436 (up to 3 books may be borrowed for a maximum of 7 days).
> Catalogue of books heldIf you'd like to borrow a book, please see the academic adminstrator in Rm 436 (up to 3 books may be borrowed for a maximum of 7 days).
This file is held in the General Office, and holds information under the following headings:
|Section 1||· Sample D.Clin.Psy. research project proposals (used with permission)|
Test Library: List of current "stock" held.
Trainee Book Library: index of books held
Educational Psychology's Resource Guide
(for child tests/measures)
Miscellaneous collection of websites that are useful for research projects, e.g. literature reviews, writing up, measures and methods, funding, ethics
Here are some forms related to the Major Research Project. For guidance on which ones to use and how to complete them, please consult the relevant course document, e.g. the Research Governance Checklist. Note that some forms cannot be listed here, either because they need to be completed online on a separate website, or because there's no electronic version available.
Progress review forms
Prior to submission
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