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Conferences

Psychology, Health and Medicine Conference 2017

The 14th annual Psychology, Health and Medicine Conference, an event hosted by the Division of Health Psychology of the Psychological Society of Ireland in association with the Division of Health Psychology of the British Psychological Society, Northern Ireland Branch, took place in RCSI on 3 March 2017.

This conference continues to be a key annual event for people working in the areas of psychology and health in Ireland and Northern Ireland, as well as people further afield.

The aim of the conference is to promote health psychology, and to provide a forum to share the findings from high-quality research on psychology and health. The conference draws practitioners and researchers in psychology, health and cognate fields, and provides an opportunity to build and strengthen professional networks.

View the full conference programme here.

SPHeRE Network Annual Conference 2017

The 3rd SPHeRE Network Annual Conference took place on 12 January 2017 with a theme of 'Supporting solutions: Connecting Research, Policy and Practice'. Read more about the conference and view the full timetable on the SPHeRE website.

Psychology, Health and Medicine Conference 2010

The 2010 Psychology, Health and Medicine Conference was also held in RCSI. Entitled 'Psychology, Health and Medicine', keynote speakers at the conference included Dr Niall Pender from Beaumont Hospital and President of the Psychological Society of Ireland who gave a talk on 'Psychology in the Acute Hospital Environment: Opportunities and Challenges'. Prof. Lucy Yardley from the University of Southampton gave a lecture on 'Re-modelling Health-care Interventions for the Internet: Opportunities and Challenges' and Prof. Marie Johnston from the University of Aberdeen combined biomedical and behavioural models in health outcomes research in her lecture on 'Is it impairments, or thoughts about impairments, that limit functioning?'. Read more.

European Health Psychology Society (EHPS) Conference 1996