Lifetime Achievement Award
The DOP seeks to recognise long-term contribution to Occupational Psychology Practice. This award is presented to an individual who DOP members believe have had a significant lifetime contribution, as an academic or practitioner, to the profession and to our professional associations (DOP and/or OP section).
- Significant contribution to Occupational Psychology AND the DOP (or OP section)
- Nominees must be near the end of their career or retired
- Self-nominations are not permitted
The recipient of this prominent award receives a full DOP conference package and a presentation slot.
How to nominate
To nominate, please use one of the methods below:
You can submit a nomination using the online
version of the nomination form
The application form includes a supporting statement of not more than 100 words outlining your reasons for nominating the individual. If possible, please also submit a CV. For those short-listed, the nominee will be asked to provide further information and under-go a face-to-face or telephone interview.
Once you have completed the Word Version, please send it to email@example.com.
The deadline for submissions is3rd June 2013. Please note: nominations are accepted at any time before this date - no need to wait for the deadline! Only names received by the deadline will be considered for 2013.
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