A comprehensive critique of the National Commission for Allied and Healthcare Professions Bill 2021
As a psychologist, how can you register for license with the State council? Any insight on the procedure?
Hi, What about those who did not do grad in Psych but did masters in psych and are working as a psychologist as of now?
The efforts towards regulation of professions such as Physiotherapy had started as earlier as 2007. None of the earlier documents, such as Paramedical and Physiotherapy Central Councils Bill, 2007 (Lapsed), National Commission for Human Resources for Health Bill, 2011 (Rejected), The report "From Paramedics to Allied Health services: A study of the Allied Health Ecosystem and a roadmap for human resource capacity augmentation" developed by Public Health Foundation of India 2012, 2014: National Board for Allied Health Sciences (NBAHS) proposed in 2014, Allied and Healthcare Professional's Central Council Bill, 2015 had mentioned the profession of Psychologist. The inclusion of Psychologists happened in the 2018 Bill, which clearly demonstrated a lack of application of mind.
Insightful...Being a student of psychology, I can say we all should know these things and raise our voice. Thank you for this eye opening article.
Very nicely explained n with absolutely correct and actual information. Great job👍
So very well articulated and addressed all the significant points, one would have while reading the bill.
Fun & Pun on point.
Basically the accurate version of Legislative Massacre of Mental Health.
As a undergraduate psychology student at IGNOU. What can i do to make my voice heard? Who do i write to? Please help with this. I can try and write emails and my batchmates will do the same.
We also work hard, we should also get a chance to practice.
Any thoughts on what's in store for students from non Psychology background who are picking up Psychology at masters level and have already completed 1 year from distance learning at IGNOU - which is a central govt University. Makes no sense that a central govt act should exclude a degree provided by a central govt organisation which is recognised by a central govt body (ugc)