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  • 5th International FOHNEU Congress on Occupational Health
    19/09/2012 - 21/09/2012
    Call for papers:
    The deadline to submit abstracts is January 31st, 2012.
  • 1st Global Conference on Music and Mental Health
    05/08/2011 - 07/08/2011
    "Music was my refuge. I could crawl into the space between the notes and curl my back to loneliness." Maya Angelou - Gather Together in My Name

    It has been said that music is what feelings sound like. Music is powerful and yet soothing; it brings joy to the masses and provokes emotion. It is the goal of Global Research Studies to explore the realm of music and its effects upon society, world cultures, emotion and feelings from an interdisciplinary / multidisciplinary perspective. We wish to delve further into the study of music and lyrics upon youth and the changing feelings of people as they age in relation to their music choices. Can music start a revolution? Music, both instrumental and lyrical, can change lives.

    We cordially invite you and any of your staff / colleagues to take part in this study of music and its effects upon the world. Please share this call for papers with your staff.
  • 3rd Conference of the International Society for Child Indicators - "Children's Well-Being: The Research & Policy Challenges"
    27/07/2011 - 29/07/2011
    This exciting three-day conference will be the third organised by the International Society for Child Indicators (ISCI), an international group of experts, practitioners and researchers in the field worldwide. The 2011 conference will take place at the University of York which is situated in a beautiful historic city of York in the North East of England.

    The theme of the third conference is "Children's Well-Being: The Research & Policy Challenges".Online registration is now open. Please refer to the registration page for details about conference fees and packages.
  • 15th Annual Health Work & Wellness™ Conference 2011: A Business Imperative
    04/10/2011 - 06/10/2011
    During economic recovery, a healthy organization is critical for recruitment, retention and success. As companies are reorganized and downsized, work intensifies and loyalty is impacted.

    Will you be the leader who discovers the new perspective required to navigate these chaotic times?

    Find out how you can shift from “strategic planning” to “strategic thinking” and inspire your staff to give their personal best. Join us at Conference 2011: A Business Imperative as we uncover how, in these trying times, a healthy workplace culture, leadership and a positive psychosocial environment can work for you.
  • 3-Länderkonfererenz Pflege und Pflegewissenschaft
    18/09/2011 - 20/09/2011
    Die 3-Länderkonferenz

    ist die pflegewissenschaftliche Konferenz im deutschsprachigen Raum und bürgt für gegenwärtige Einblicke in den Stand der Forschung und Innovation mit höchster Qualität und Güte.

    Erstmals wird die Konferenz gemeinsam vom Schweizer Berufsverband der Pflegefachfrauen und Pflegefachmänner (SBK), dem Deutschen Berufsverband für Pflegeberufe (DBfK), dem Österreichischen Gesundheits- und Krankenpflegeverband (ÖGKV), der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Pflegewissenschaft (DGP) und dem Bibliomed-Verlag in Kooperation mit dem Schweizerischen Verein für Pflegewissenschaft (VFP) und der Gesellschaft der Pflegewissenschaft im ÖGKV (GesPW) veranstaltet. Ort der Konferenz wird das geschichtsträchtige Konzilshaus der Stadt Konstanz am Bodensee (D) sein.
  • Talking it Better: Child Mental Health
    28/06/2011 - 28/06/2011
    This one day conference will look at child mental health; the role and provision of talking therapies and other evidence-based services within schools and communities, and the impact of a child’s family and school environment on their mental health.

    Key themes to be explored will include school-based mental health initiatives; dealing with stigma; working across services; improving transition from child to adult services; defining, measuring and delivering outcomes; and how to achieve return on investment.
  • XXVI IASP World Congress - Integrating Cultural Perspectives in the Understanding and Prevention of Suicide
    13/09/2011 - 17/09/2011
    IASP's 26th World Congress will be held in Beijing from September 13th to 17th, 2011. This is the second time a world congress on suicide prevention will be been held in Asia—the first was in India in 2001—highlighting the important role of the Asia-Pacific in the global effort to reduce the toll of suicide. The relatively high rate of suicide in many countries in the region has stimulated researchers, clinicians and policy makers to develop and assess a range of innovative methods for addressing the problem of suicide. These efforts have drawn attention to the crucial role of culture in the understanding and prevention of suicide, so cultural perspectives has been selected as the central organizing theme for the congress.

    30 April 2011- Deadline for abstract submission
    31 May 2011- Response to authors about acceptance of abstracts
    15 June 2011- Authors need to confirm participations
    30 April, 2011- Deadline for early bird registration
    1 September, 2011- Deadline for normal registration
  • 7th International Carework Conference - Care, Conflict and Resilience
    19/08/2011 - 19/08/2011
    The Carework Network is sponsoring a one-day conference to bring together researchers, policymakers and advocates involved in various domains of carework. The overall theme for the conference will be, “Care, Conflict and Resilience”.
  • International Forum on Occupational Health and Safety: Policies, Profiles and Services
    20/06/2011 - 22/06/2011
    We are pleased to invite you to the International Forum on Occupational Health and Safety: Policies, Profiles and Services, to be held on 20-22 June 2011 in Espoo, Finland.

    Decent work is rare among today's global workforce of three billion. Due to health problems or disability, most workers will never reach the retirement age of their countries.

    But times of crisis are also times of opportunity. We need a common vision to set our activities on a path of real progress. The international organizations WHO and the ILO are critically important in providing professional support to specialists and political decision-makers in the different parts of the world. The vision important to all of us, whether we are from the industrialized or developing parts of the world, is our well-being in terms of a safe and meaningful work life and life in general.

    In occupational health and safety, we aim for solutions that support sustainable work and well-being worldwide. We trust that societies around the world can work together for better work, identify new visions of progress, and create new tools to help us work towards our goals.
  • 2nd University Conference: Safe and Healthy University
    19/09/2011 - 21/09/2011
    From the 19th to the 21st of September 2011 the German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV) together with the Statutory accident insurance of the Bundesland Niedersachsen and the University Information-System (HIS) organize the 2nd conference “Safe and healthy university”. It addresses executives from research, teaching and administration, OSH professionals, health promoters, staff and works councils and the accident insurance institutions.

    All speeches will be translated simultaneously German-English.

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