With 65 medical specialties to choose from, deciding which to pick is a challenging decision for medics. Work Psychology Group (WPG) was commissioned to create a tool that would support medical students and junior doctors in having the confidence to make that decision.
WPG was commissioned by the Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC) to conduct an independent review of the Statutory Consultation element of their selection process. The brief was to review the approach to Statutory Consultation, whether the process disproportionately impacted certain groups and what, if any, improvements could be made.
Work Psychology Group (WPG) partnered with Health Education England (HEE) to evaluate the success of six new UK Medical Schools in widening access to medicine for those from lower socio-economic backgrounds.
Work Psychology Group (WPG) were commissioned by British Gypsum to develop, implement and analyse the suitability of a tool for evaluating policies in a newly developed performance plan.
Work Psychology Group (WPG) worked alongside SG PAM to promote a culture of innovation and to gain insight into factors influencing innovation at SG PAM. A multi-stage approach was conducted that intended to increase self-awareness of individual and team innovative capacity, increase understanding of behavioural enablers and inhibitors of innovation, and identify areas for p...
Work Psychology Group (WPG) supported an international energy company in developing interactive assessments that delivered fair and accurate measurement of competencies for selecting individuals into senior roles. The assessments were successfully implemented to identify a suitable pool of applicants.
In collaboration with clients and the NHS, over the course of 15 years, Work Psychology Group (WPG) has revolutionised the selection process in medicine, dentistry and pharmacy. Through the use of job analyses, situational judgement tests (SJTs) and selection centres, WPG have developed fair, accurate and valuable selection processes that predict performance on the job.