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  • Supporting parents with mental health issues and understanding the impact on their children
    22/09/2011 - 22/09/2011
    his conference addresses how services need to work on behalf of both parent and child in order to manage the impact on the child, whilst supporting the parent. A number of aspects will be considered:

    * emotional, physical and sociological impacts on children
    * how new parents are being supported through various initiatives
    * what family-sensitive services look like
    * the importance of joining up adult and children’s’ safeguarding and protection and some illustrative practical case studies
    * how to help children come to terms with their parent’s mental ill health and a consideration of some of the factors that can trigger problems.
  • 25th European Health Psychology Conference “Engaging with Other Health Professions: Challenges and Perspectives”
    20/09/2011 - 24/09/2011
    The European Health Psychology Society, in collaboration with the University of Crete Department of Psychology, and the Division of Clinical and Health Psychology of the Hellenic Psychological Association have the pleasure of inviting you to the 25th European Health Psychology Conference to be held in Crete, Greece, September 20 – 24, 2011.

    The need for collaboration between psychologists and other health professionals in order to gain a better understanding of health and illness and also facilitate appropriate and more effective interventions is the main theme of our Conference. Thus, we invite all psychologists, as well as all other professionals interested in the fields of health and Health Psychology across Europe and the World to participate in the Conference, present and discuss their work, share experience and ideas, build or strengthen networks.
  • Well Being Conference ‘WELL IN YOUR SKIN’ - Promoting Children’s and Families Health and Well being
    30/09/2011 - 01/10/2011
    Well Being Conference ‘WELL IN YOUR SKIN’ - Promoting Children’s and Families Health and Well being
    is a 2 Day Interagency Cross-Border Conference and Launch of the UP4It! Cavan/Monaghan Families Getting Healthy Together Project.
    Organised by BCCN, HSE Dublin North East, Sports Partnerships, County Childcare Committees and Integrated Development Companies in Cavan and Monaghan, RAPID, Enable Ireland & Early Years, the Organisation for Young Children in Northern Ireland
  • HRM EXPO - Europe's largest HR exhibition
    20/09/2011 - 22/09/2011
    More than 200 lectures and panel discussions inspire the audience year after year. In addition to keynote speakers, thought leaders and experts from research and industry, exhibitors have the opportunity to introduce their products and services to their target audience as well.

    Every year our keynote speakers enrich the HRM Expo.
    As internationally well-known experts, they set standards in the HR secene in rhetorical ways as well as with content.

    Topics include:
    * Triumph der neuen Mitarbeiter in einer digitalen Welt
    * Homo Zappiens: How learning at the workplace can be changed by future employees
    * Making the Invisible Visible
    * Talente halten - nur wie?
    * Hochleistung und Menschlichkeit - Herausforderung an Führungskräfte
    * Lifelong Learning in a Digital Age: A look into the future
  • 13th WAIMH World Congress Babies in Mind - the Minds of Babies: A View from Africa
    17/04/2012 - 21/04/2012
    It is with great pleasure that we invite you to participate in the 13th World Congress of the World Association for Infant Mental Health from the 17th - 21st April 2012 to be held in Cape Town, South Africa.

    The theme of the Congress "Babies in Mind - the Minds of Babies" encapsulates the many dimensions of infant mental health. The importance of keeping the baby in mind at all levels is a moral and ethical imperative: for parents, the community and for policy makers in every part of the world; the minds of babies has been an area of fascination for researchers and clinicians for several decades - the growth in our knowledge has been exponential and at every congress new and exciting findings emerge. We look forward to receiving your proposals on these topics and hope to have a rich encounter which brings not only research and clinical practice together, but also Africa and the rest of the world.

    The abstract submission has opened in May 2011. The deadline for online submissions is 15th September 2011 (GMT).
  • Bullying and Harassment at Work
    04/09/2011 - 09/09/2011
    Objectives
    The course offers up-to-date knowledge for researchers and practitioners, occupational health and safety professionals, trade union officials as well as labour inspectors on the measurement, causes and consequences of bullying. The lectures discuss also practical tools available to handle bullying situations, and for the treatment and rehabilitation of victims and workplaces where bullying has taken place.

    Target group
    The course is targeted at both researchers and practitioners, and will be of particular interest to occupational safety and health professionals, trade union officials, labour inspectors, organisational consultants, and clinical therapists as well as PhD students in this field.

    Registration deadline
    22 July 2011
  • Nationale Tagung für betriebliche Gesundheitsförderung 2011 - Stress und Arbeit: Die aktuellen Herausforderungen
    07/09/2011 - 07/09/2011
    Das Thema Stress gehört heute zu den grossen Herausforderungen der modernen Arbeitswelt. Die Tagung geht dieser Problematik auf den Grund und bietet Lösungsvorschläge an.

    Präsentiert werden Handlungsanleitungen, um die Ursachen von Stress am Arbeitsplatz zu finden und zu beseitigen. Es werden neue Ansätze zum Stressabbau sowie zur Förderung von Engagement und Leistungsfähigkeit am Arbeitsplatz vorgestellt. Programme zur Stressprävention und -intervention werden aufgezeigt, deren Wirkung und ökonomischer Nutzen belegt sind. Beispiele aus Betrieben zeigen, worauf es in der Praxis ankommt. In Symposien gibt es zudem Gelegenheiten, Werkzeuge und Methoden kennenzulernen. Aus rechtlicher Sicht wird die Frage der Stresshaftung von Unternehmen erörtert.

    Zielpublikum

    - Führungskräfte und Personalfachleute
    - Gesundheitsbeauftragte in Unternehmen, Spezialistinnen und Spezialisten der Arbeitssicherheit
    - Vertreterinnen und Vertreter von öffentlichen Institutionen
    - EntscheidungsträgerInnen in Politik, Wirtschaft und Verwaltung
  • Correlation Conference: Getting Out of the Margins in Europe – Changing Realities and Making the Difference
    12/12/2011 - 14/12/2011
    Correlation is known as a network, which brings together people and different stakeholders – such as service providers, service users, researchers and policy makers – with the aim to break down barriers and to create new and innovative ways of cooperation and approaches.

    The conference is built on this principle. The programme includes high level policy plenary and major discussions as well as abstract driven sessions and skill building workshops. In addition there will be the opportunity to exchange knowledge and information in a more informal way during the 'Dialogue Market', in which participating organisations can present their work and exchange information with other participants. The main language of the conference is English. Specific satellite sessions in Slovenian are planned.

    The conference will focus on methodology and strategies, which improve the health and social situation of vulnerable groups – such as drug user, sex worker, young people at risk, migrants and MSM.
  • Challenge Social Innovation
    19/09/2011 - 21/09/2011
    Innovating innovation by research – 100 years after Schumpeter.

    ICICI 2011 - International Conference on Indicators and Concepts of Innovation

    NET4SOCIETY Networking Event for Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities in the 7th Framework Programme
  • 2011 Caribbean Regional Conference of Psychology - Psychological Science and Well-Being: Building Bridges for Tomorrow
    15/11/2011 - 18/11/2011
    The theme for the 2011 Caribbean Regional Conference of Psychology reflects the priorities of psychologists in the region to promote the overall health and well-being of Caribbean peoples across various aspects of well-being (e.g., mental health and physical development/overall health), age periods, historical and contextual realities, geographical differences (within Caribbean, the Diaspora and the global community), disciplines, sectors of society, etc.

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