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2. In this Order—
“the 1984 Act” means the Dentists Act 1984(1);
“the 2001 Order” means the Health Professions Order 2001(2);
“the 2007 Order” means the Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians Order 2007(3);
“AEP” means the Association of Educational Psychologists, which held its inaugural meeting at the London School of Economics on 14th April 1962 and was founded on that date(4);
“AEP register” means the aggregate of the entries in the membership list maintained by the AEP that relate to—
full members of the AEP; or
affiliate members of the AEP who have been full members of the AEP at any time during the two year period immediately prior to the appointed day for practitioner psychologists;
“appointed day for practitioner psychologists” means the day on which paragraph 16(d) of Schedule 2 comes into force;
“BPS” means the British Psychological Society, which was incorporated by Royal Charter on 26th February 1965(5);
“BPS register” means the aggregate of the entries in the register maintained by the BPS that relate to holders of practising certificates who are or have been full members of one or more of the divisions of the BPS in respect of the following branches of psychology: clinical psychology; counselling psychology; educational psychology; forensic psychology; health psychology; occupational psychology; and sport and exercise psychology;
“HPC” means the Health Professions Council established under article 3 of the 2001 Order;
“HPC register” means the register maintained under article 5 of the 2001 Order; and
“the principal measures” means the 1984 Act, the 2001 Order and the 2007 Order.
The Association of Educational Psychologists is at 4 The Riverside Centre, Frankland Lane, Durham, DH1 5TA.
The British Psychological Society is at St Andrews House, 48 Princess Road East, Leicester, LE1 7DR. The Society’s Royal Charter has been amended six times, and is available, in its amended form, on the Society’s website at www.bps.org.uk.
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