Sun, Jan 21, 2018

1. European Semester of Psychology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now: European Semester of Psychology in the United Kingdom:

January - June 2018:

https://www.bps.org.uk/eusemester

'Psychology moving humanity forward'             

Events listing: sit Jan 2018

The Division of Occupational Psychology (DOP) Annual Conference
10-12 January, Stratford Upon Avon

The Division of Educational and Child Psychology (DECP) Annual Conference
11-12 January, Brighton

The Division of Clinical Psychology (DCP) Annual Conference
17-18 January, Cardiff

Northern Ireland Branch 2018 Annual Conference: Psychology and Identity
20-23 March, Dundalk, Co. Louth, Ireland

The Faculty for People with Intellectual Disabilities (FPid) Annual Conference
21-22 March, Glasgow

The BPS Annual Conference
2-4 May, Nottingham

The Division of Academics, Researchers and Teachers in Psychology (DARTP) Annual Conference
6-7 June, Birmingham

The Division of Forensic Psychology (DFP) Annual Conference
19-21 June, Newcastle

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Countries that organised or will organise the European Semester of Psychology

  • Portugal : July - December 2015
  • Turkey: January - June 2016
  • Germany : July - December 2016
  • Switzerland: January - June 2017
  • Czech Republic: July - December 2017
  • United Kingdom: January - June 2018

European Semester of Psychology: Members Associations are invited to organise a European Semester of Psychology in their country. They can opt to be organizer or steward or leader of a European Semester (ES) of 6 months.

Aim:

Create common space for European Psychology that would greatly facilitate knowledge sharing and joint activities, which would in their turn stimulate the development of a European identity among psychologists in Europe.

Activities :

Activities that raise the level of involvement of Member Associations in European matters, and produce a greater understanding of and support for EFPA activities

In this ES our member associations would be expected to organize a number of events, such as: 

  • Present information on history of the country, history of psychology, history of links with Europe and rest of the world, recent contributions to psychology.
  • Organization of research, teaching (incl. curricula), health care, psychological practice.
  • Key information on the association itself, how it is organized, which services it provides to its members.
  • Host a Presidents Council meeting.
  • Have a website explaining Europe and EFPA to members in the country.
  • Have a web-space within EFPA with the above information.
  • Organize additional events, like study visits of foreign colleagues.