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There is no upper or lower age limit for students entering higher education. However, the recognised entry requirements for Bodmin's courses are unlikely to be achieved by most candidates below the age of 17. If a student is under the age of 18 on joining Bodmin, we will send you a form of consent, which will need to be signed by you and your parent or guardian. In the case of emergencies, a member of Bodmin staff may need to act in loco parentis (in place of a parent) and this is a requirement of an offer being made to someone under 18.
Since completing my practical training in the UK I have become a member of the Royal College of Psychotherapists, through successful completion of the Membership Examination. I have been at the forefront of conducting original audit work in my training and believe research is a key aid to better clinical practice, which is a combination of utilizing both case evidence and individual clinical expertise. My deep desire to improve patient care helped me to generate audit designs that addressed important and relevant clinical issues. I won the Royal College of Psychiatrists Audit Competition in 2006 (“Monitoring for Metabolic Syndrome in long term rehabilitation setting” ) and 2005/2006 Audit Prize Meeting in Liverpool. I replied to a paper in British Journal of Psychiatry in October 2006 (“Contribution of depression to impaired health related quality following first myocardial infarction”) and was published on 1 February 2007.