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New measure of stability and significance of nursing values

20 February 2017

Research at Identity Exploration Ltd (IEL) has led to development of a psychological test that is being used to appraise and score the stability and significance of personal values. This important advance is being used to facilitate the value based approach to recruitment of nurses (VBR) mandated by government. A self-report approach it is systemic, systematic and simple, offering a deeper insight than a personal statement or standard psychological test can ...

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IEL Co-Founder and U.U. Emeritus Professor Dies at 76

19 May 2016

Company announcement: Peter Weinreich, Director and Co-Founder of Identity Exploration Limited (IEL) and Emeritus Professor at the School of Psychology University of Ulster, has died. He was 76.

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IEL builds partnerships in Hungary

11 December 2015

Two of the IEL team were recently invited to visit the University of Pecs in Hungary where they delivered training on Evaluation Techniques and ISA & Ipseus. The University is working with professional Clinical Psychologists on a drug rehabilitation programme and a specialist assessment has been developed to help the clinicians better understand their patientsí attitudes to drug use and associated issues.

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IEL working on Framework 15 VBR indicators for the Health Service

05 October 2015

Identity Exploration Limited (IEL) is currently working within two NHS Trusts to develop Values Based Recruitment (VBR) indicators tailor made to meet their recruitment and staff development needs as required by Health Education England (HEE). Go to http://hee.nhs.uk/wp-content/blogs.dir/321/files/2014/10/VBR-Framework.pdf to view the full HEE report.

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New research report shows positive aspirations among young people in N.Ireland

03 April 2014

Identity Exploration Ltd are pleased announce our latest report into attitudes among young people in N.Ireland. The research used the Identity Structure Analysis (ISA) approach to investigate attitudes towards sectarianism, sharing and integration among six groups of young people drawn from across Belfast and North Down.

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