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MHASEE — 5th Eastern European Conference of Mental Health IN AND OUT OF YOUR MIND - MENTAL HEALTH AND PANDEMIC: WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED?
30 Sep 2021 - 02 Oct 2021 • Zagreb - Hybrid event, Croatia
Organizer:
Mental Health Association of Sout-Eastern Europe, Croatian Psychiatric Association and School of Medicine – University of Zagreb
Abstract:
The 5th Eastern European Conference of Mental Health IN AND OUT OF YOUR MIND - MENTAL HEALTH AND PANDEMIC: WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED?, September 30th - October 2nd, 2021, is one of the most important and ambitious regional projects of the year and will improve the results obtained in the previous editions of the event and it will further enhance collaboration in the field of mental health in South-Eastern Europe. It will also motivate young psychiatrist and trainees to seize this opportunity in an active participation.
Contact:
Email: conference@mhasee.ro
Topics:
anxiety disorders, art and mental health, autism; bipolar disorders, child and adolescent mental health, covid-19 and mental health, depressive disorders, e-mental health, disorders of intellectual development, early interventions in mental health, epidemiology in mental health, ethical issues in mental health, forensic psychiatry, suicidal behavior, mental health in crisis, quality of mental health services, human rights and mental health, mental health and public health, mental health economics, schizophrenia and psychotic spectrum disorders, stigma and mental illnesses, use of alcohol and drugs.
Event listing ID:
1419411
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ISCP 2021 — 28th International Symposium on Controversies in Psychiatry
16 Nov 2021 - 17 Nov 2021 • Barcelona & Live VideoStreaming, Spain
Organizer:
Catalan Society of Psychiatry
Abstract:
Two days of lectures with the latest international research in the fields surrounding the "The Challenge of Prevention". Speakers from around the world, including: Sir Robin Murray (UK), Christoph Correll (Germany), Veerle Bergink (USA), Pim Cuijpers (Netherlands), Michael Berk (Australia)... CME credits requested.
Contact:
Event Secretariat;     Phone: [+34 934 161 220];     Email: secretaria@controversiasbarcelona.org
Topics:
psychiatry, psychopathology, psychology, prevention, psychosis, affective disorders, self-violence, suicide, substance use
Event listing ID:
1410485
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Rhythm 2021 — International Conference cum Workshop on Rhythm of Happiness
18 Nov 2021 - 20 Nov 2021 • Kharagpur, West Bengal, India
Organizer:
Indian Institute of Technology (I.I.T.) Kharagpur, India
Abstract:
This year, the proposed theme of the Conference is “The Rhythm of Happiness - a Multidisciplinary Exploration”. Rhythm is a part of our very existence. We find it in the cycle of our life, seasons, years and days. It is a part of our waking life and our sleep. Our very bodies are rhythmic in the primordial rhythm of the heartbeat. Rhythm has various synonyms – flow, cycle, periodicity, throbbing, self-similarity, repetition, harmony – and pervades every walk of our lives. Interestingly, rhythm and happiness are intrinsically linked. Rhythm and flow allow us immersion in our work and happiness. Happiness is also manifest in the rhythm of dance and music. Rhythm, in terms of harmony of colors, forms, work and leisure have the ability to induce happiness. Standing antithetical to chaos, lack of order, disorganization, disruption, distortion and disharmony, rhythm stands as antithetical to all that is negative. Thus, both as a cause and effect of happiness, it stands on two sides, paranthyzing happiness.
Event listing ID:
1405806
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LICE-2021 — London International Conference on Education
22 Nov 2021 - 24 Nov 2021 • London, United Kingdom
Organizer:
Infonomics Society
Abstract:
The London International Conference on Education (LICE) is an international refereed conference dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practices in education. The LICE-2020 was successfully hosted online (https://youtu.be/bYBIJlu_78o). Taking into consideration the health and safety of all our participants, the London International Conference on Education (LICE-2021) will be held online from the 22nd to 24th of November, 2021. The LICE promotes collaborative excellence between academicians and professionals from Education. The aim of LICE is to provide an opportunity for academicians and professionals from various educational fields with cross-disciplinary interests to bridge the knowledge gap, promote research esteem and the evolution of pedagogy. The LICE-2021 invites research papers that encompass conceptual analysis, design implementation and performance evaluation. All accepted papers will appear in the proceedings and modified version of selected papers will be published in special issues peer reviewed journals.
Contact:
Email: info@liceducation.org
Topics:
Art Education, Adult Education, Business Education, Curriculum, Research and Development, Early Childhood Education, Educational Foundations, Educational Psychology, Educational Technology, Education Policy and Leadership, Elementary Education, Higher Education, ICT Education, K12, Pedagogy, Secondary Education, Teacher Education
Event listing ID:
1421727
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WCSNE-2021 — World Congress on Special Needs Education
22 Nov 2021 - 24 Nov 2021 • London, United Kingdom
Organizer:
Infonomics Society
Abstract:
The WCSNE is dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practices in special needs education. The COVID-19 has put constraints on our daily life and there is ongoing travel concern in relation to the current pandemic. Taking into consideration the health and safety of all our participants, the WCSNE-2021 will be held online. Registration fees are reduced to accommodate this new platform. The aim of WCSNE is to provide an opportunity for academicians and professionals from various educational and industrial sectors with cross-disciplinary interests to bridge the knowledge gap, promote research esteem and the evolution of special needs in education.
Contact:
Email: info@wcsne.org
Topics:
Accessible World, Assistive Technologies, Curriculum, Research and Development, Educational Foundations, Inclusive Education, Interaction and Cultural Models of Disability, Learning and Teaching Methodologies, Assessment, Global Issues In Education and Research, Pedagogy, Research Management, Special Needs Education
Event listing ID:
1421660
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SCAP — 2021 Singapore Conference on Applied Psychology ‘LIVE’
09 Dec 2021 - 10 Dec 2021 • Singapore, Singapore
Organizer:
East Asia Research & University of Derby & SUTD
Abstract:
We’re pleased to announce that 2021 Singapore Conference on Applied Psychology (SCAP 2021), organized by East Asia Research and supported by Singapore University of Technology and Design and University of Derby, will be live, in-person, in Singapore from December 9-10, 2021! Learn from the masters of Applied Psychology at the premier conference for the global Applied Psychology community.
Contact:
Phone: [+6562033767];     Email: anthonytan@ear.com.sg
Topics:
applied psychology, psychology
Event listing ID:
1404897
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Towards development of mediatization research V: Counter-mediatization, digital disconnection and other reverse trends in media use.
10 Dec 2021 • ONLINE, Any Location (virtual event)
Organizer:
Institute of Social Communication and Media Studies, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, Poland in partnership with Academia Europaea Wroclaw Knowledge Hub
Abstract:
We invite all mediatization researchers who wish to discuss their own research projects in a narrow and closed group of media scholars under the guidance of an expert. The aim of such exchange is to answer questions like: What are the causes and effects of the retreat from media technologies and mediated processes? How conscious media management, containment, contestation, negation is shaping? How the media environment is being desaturated and what off-the-grid life is about? How private, professional, social and public life is being demediated? What digital disconnection is and what it entails? How fashions, trends and tendencies such as digital detox, etc. are changing everyday media practice, as well as various aspects of private and social life? How are various forms of counter-mediatization related to the production of space and place? How are different disconnection strategies related to social power and privilege? How the theory of mediatization can develop in the context of the reverse trends in media use?
Contact:
Phone: [+48660916160];     Email: tdomrv@gmail.com
Abstract submission deadline:
30 Sep 2021
Event listing ID:
1441677
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CBTS 2021 — Consumer Behaviour In Tourism Symposium
13 Dec 2021 - 15 Dec 2021 • Virtual, Any Location (virtual event)
Contact:
Email: biw@leibniz-psychology.org
Topics:
Imagining Tourism Futures Beyond Covid 19
Event listing ID:
1430232
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PSWB 2022 — Psychological Science and Well-Being Conference 2022
04 Mar 2022 - 05 Mar 2022 • Singapore, Singapore
Organizer:
James Cook University Singapore, School of Social and Health Sciences
Abstract:
Psychological Science and Well-Being Conference 2022 will be held in a hybrid format on March 4-5, 2022. Join us live online or face-to-face at the Singapore campus of James Cook University Singapore. The conference covers a broad array of topics relevant to the associations between psychological science and well-being. Submit your abstract before December 15, 2021 (before 23:59 SGT, UTC+08:00).
Contact:
Ai Ni Teoh;     Phone: [+6567093740];     Email: aini.teoh@jcu.edu.au
Topics:
psychology, well-being
Event listing ID:
1434899
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ACLA — "I want to die": The contemporary writer and their suicide
15 Jun 2022 - 18 Jun 2022 • Taiwan, Taiwan
Organizer:
ACLA / Josefa Ros Velasco, PhD
Abstract:
From the turn of the 20th century to the present, debates over the meaning of suicide became a privileged site for efforts to discover the reasons why people commit suicide and how to prevent this behavior. Since Émile Durkheim published his study Suicide in 1897, a reframing of suicide took place, giving rise to a flourishing group of researchers devoting their efforts to understand better the causes and prevention of suicide. A century later, we still keep on trying to reach such an understanding of suicide and its modern conceptualization to prevent suicidal behaviors.

Suicide is an act that touches all of our lives and engages with the incomprehensible and unsayable. In searching for solutions to how to make life valuable, modern neuropsychiatric research alone is not able to offer such a chance to people after all. On the contrary, self-reflection and self-analysis, as those made by contemporary writer who committed suicide, seem a good alternative. To explore the place where reasons end, in addition to traditional and clinical suicidology studies, we count on literature and the experience of authors who committed or tried to commit suicide as invaluable resources to approach this issue in modern times.

This is a seminar to analyze the social and contextual causes of suicide, the existential, philosophical, and psychological reasons for committing suicide, and the prevention strategies we can learn from contemporary writers across the world who attempted to commit suicide or reached this goal and wrote about this topic in their biographical notes or artistic pieces. Proposals should focus on the clues the authors themselves left before committing suicide (or attempting to) both in their biographical texts and in their literary works, regardless of the literary genre, the sex of the authors or their nationality.

Such an analysis will serve the purpose of understanding better the phenomenon of suicide, its most inaccessible impulses, and provide a space to think of how their suicides might have been prevented from the examined clues found both in their biography and their masterpieces.

This workshop will be the second part of the one held in 2019 at Georgetown University (with a brief sequel at Harvard University the same year), as part of the ACLA Annual Meeting, focused on the study of suicide through the characters of contemporary fictional works. The results of these meetings will be published in September 2021 by the publisher Springer Nature (https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030693916). The proceedings of this second meeting are waiting to be published in another volume with the same characteristics. NOTE: If you are interested ONLY in contributing a chapter to the collective book, please, reach me at josros@ucm.es.

Contact:
josros@ucm.es;     Email: josros@ucm.es
Topics:
suicide, suicidology, literature, mental health, suicide prevention, well-being, contemporary literature, twentieth-century, psychiatry, psychology, sociology, culture, philosophy, writers, contemporaneity
Abstract submission deadline:
31 Oct 2021
Event listing ID:
1440879
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52. DGPs-Kongress — 52. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie
10 Sep 2022 - 15 Sep 2022 • Hildesheim, Germany
Contact:
Kongresskoordination;     Email: viegasl@uni-hildesheim.de
Event listing ID:
1425382


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Last updated: 31 August 2021