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EFPAEuroPsy project has strengthened significantly the profession of psychology in Europe

10 Jan 2019

Interview with Prof dr Ype H Poortinga - University Tilburg - leaving member of the EuroPsy European Awarding Committee. Read more

EFPAJanuary 30 2019 Public Hearing Digital Health literacy at EESC in Brussels

10 Jan 2019

The objective of this Hearing will be to present the results already achieved in the field of Digital Health Literacy, but also to debate with the different stakeholders the role of the different sectors in this area and to discuss next steps to fully unleash the potential of this topic. Read more

EFPAEFPA news magazine: December 2018 now online

21 Dec 2018

The December 2018 edition of EFPA news magazine is now available online. Read more

EFPAJob offer for Clinical psychologist at Council of European Union

18 Dec 2018

The Council of the European Union is looking for a responsible, experienced and discreet Clinical Psychologist with strong communication skills in French and English, decision making and problem solving skills, as well as excellent judgement in critical situations. Read more

EFPA70 years Human Rights - a declaration that should affect all individual, professional and political conduct

6 Dec 2018

The observance of human rights is a precondition for individual health and development as well as for societies worthy of human beings. Rights violations often result in heavy bodily damages and psychological impairments. Read more