EHPS 2017 : 31st Conference of the EHPS: Innovative ideas in Health Psychology
Call For Papers
31st Conference of the EHPS: Innovative ideas in Health Psychology
State of the Art Presentations: 13 January, 2017
All other Presentations: 17 February, 2017
Acceptance: End of April, 2017
Abstracts must be submitted to one out of a range of topic tracks that are offered. Submitting authors are requested to check the entire list of tracks carefully so as to ensure they submit to the most appropriate track.
Workshop proposals should be submitted through the ‘Pre-conference Workshops’ submission link (will be available soon). The workshop proposals will be submitted separately from the main conference.
Each track will be chaired by two track chairs appointed by the Scientific Committee. The track chairs will assess the submissions within their tracks. The Scientific Committee has the final decision on the inclusion of abstracts and on the final presentation format.
Find more: http://ehps2017.org/abstract-submission-guidelines/
Local Organising Committee
Sabrina Cipolletta, University of Padova/ Chair
Giulia Buodo, University of Padova
Claudio Gentili, University of Padova
Luciano Gamberini, University of Padova
Clelia Malighetti, University of Padova
Andrea Spoto, University of Padova
Prof Mariët Hagedoorn, University Medical Center Groningen, The Netherlands/ Chair
Dr Jenny McSharry, NUI Galway, Ireland
Dr Sabrina Cipolletta, University of Padova, Italy
Prof Enrico Ricci Bitti, University of Bologna, Italy
Prof Robbert Sanderman, University Medical Center Groningen, The Netherlands
Dr Lisa Warner, Free University of Berlin, Germany
Dr Noa Vilchinsky, Bar-Ilan University, Israel
Dr Gertraud Stadler, University of Aberdeen, UK
Prof Sonia Lippke, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany
Prof Olivier Luminet, Catholic University Louvain, Belgium
Workshop Submission Guidelines
This category of submission refers to sessions provided on Tuesday 29th August 2017, before the official opening of the conference.
A workshop provides an opportunity for a group of participants to achieve a specific goal or address a particular problem. It may be designed to train or educate participants in a particular research methodology or theoretical approach, or to address a specific problem, such as how to use particular research findings in health care or policy. A workshop can also be a useful way to develop a consensus on a particular issue. For example, the goal of the workshop may be to produce a position statement or policy on a particular topic, to identify priorities in a specific area or to develop theoretical perspectives or methodologies. It should have a clear structure and require active participation by everyone involved.
The SYNERGY Board assesses workshop submissions in terms of their overall quality, their attractiveness for health psychologists, the expertise of the facilitators and the activities suggested to attain the workshop objectives.
Find more: http://ehps2017.org/workshop-submission-guidelines/
Prof. Sabrina Cipolletta
(Chair of the Organizing Committee)
Phone: +39 0498277423
Prof. Mariët Hagedoorn
(Chair of the Scientific Committee)
Phone: +31 503616662
Phone: +357 22591900