Call for Supervisors of EFPSA Research Programme 2021/2022!
EFPSA Research Programme is happy to announce the call for the Research Programme Supervisors of 2021/2022.
Who: PhD or PostDoc researchers in psychology!
What: Supervisor at EFPSA’s Research Programme – E mental health: Changing perspectives towards implementation strategies. The end product of the programme is a cross-cultural research project!
Application Deadline: 03.02.2021 – 24.02.2021, 23:59 (CET)
Read more on EFPSA website
European Psychiatric Association (EPA ) Online Course - Understanding and Treating MDD now available
The EPA is pleased to announce that its third online course “Understanding and Treating Major Depressive Disorder” is now available on the EPA e-Learning platform.
Composed of 4 thematic chapters, this course will focus on the causes and treatments of depression and is in open access to all participants! The topics will range from epidemiology and pathophysiology to affective neuroscience and treatment paradigms. Led by world leading clinician scientists, this course is a must see for all those who seek to understand clinical depression better.
Publishing in JCASP: The importance of theoretical relevance and of social impact
The Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology is an historical European journal, directed by Jim Orford (UK), David Fryer (Scotland) ,Sandra Schruijer,( Netherlands) …Oria Muldoon (Ireland ) and now Loris Vezzali (Italy). The journal, published by Wiley is scored in the SCOPUS database (Q1 for Sociology and Political Science; Q2 for Social Psychology).
Loris Vezzali, his new Editor in chief is reaffirming the journal scientific policy and therefore, wrote a special editorial.
Click to read JCASP Editor in chief special editorial
World Health Organization declares 2021-2030 ‘Decade of Healthy Ageing’
December 14, 2020
The United Nations Decade of Healthy Ageing (2021-2030) is an opportunity to bring together governments, civil society, international agencies, professionals, academia, the media, and the private sector for ten years of concerted, catalytic and collaborative action to improve the lives of older people, their families, and the communities in which they live. Populations around the world are ageing at a faster pace than in the past and this demographic transition will have an impact on almost all aspects of society. The world has united around the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: all countries and all stakeholders pledged that no one will be left behind and determined to ensure that every human being can fulfil their potential in dignity and equality and in a healthy environment.
EAWOP’s first digital conference
EAWOP and the British Psychological Society (BPS) are pleased to invite you to EAWOP’s first digital conference. “Viral Strain? Working life during the COVID Pandemic” is a thematic conference devoted to sharing and learning from the exciting and impactful research that many work and organizational psychologists have been doing in the past year on COVID-19 issues in relation to work organisation, mental health and work life balance.
The conference will have an exciting range of speakers and will include a panel discussion with voices from the International Labour Organisation and European Trade union movement.
FREE for EAWOP members
£40 for non-members
£20 for members of the BPS Division of Occupational Psychology
Find out more and register your place
Find Hogrefe Publishing on social media!
Hogrefe Publishing on Social Media
Hogrefe Publishing is now on LinkedIn and Twitter. Here, we will be publishing the latest news on books and journals as well as current topics in the fields of psychology, psychiatry, mental health and assessment.
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