Welcome to the 16th annual Psychology, Health and Medicine Conference
We are delighted to announce that the 16th annual Psychology, Health and Medicine Conference will take place in Maynooth University on Friday 22 March 2019. This event is hosted by the Division of Health Psychology of the Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI) in association with the Division of Health Psychology of the British Psychological Society, Northern Ireland Branch.
Sponsored by the Health Research Board, the Psychology, Health and Medicine Conference continues to be a key annual event for people working in the areas of psychology and health in Ireland, Northern Ireland and further afield. The aim of this conference is to promote health psychology and provide a forum to share findings from high-quality innovative research on psychology and health. The conference attracts a broad audience of practitioners and researchers in psychology, health and cognate fields, and provides an excellent opportunity to build and strengthen professional networks.
This event has been approved by the Psychological Society of Ireland for 4 CPD credits.
The full conference programme is available to download here: PHM 2019 conference programme
Ms. Marie Ennis-O’Connor is a patient advocate and internationally recognized keynote speaker, writer, and consultant on global trends in patient engagement, digital health, and participatory medicine. Named one of Health IT’s Top 100 influencers, she serves on the external advisory board of the Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media, and on the board of trustees for the Patient Empowerment Foundation, a network of people, foundations, organizations and medical institutions dedicated to empowering patients worldwide. Her work is informed by her passion for embedding the patient voice at the heart of healthcare systems and values. https://hcsmmonitor.com/about/
Prof. Claire Foster is Professor of Psychosocial Oncology at the University of Southampton and Director of the Macmillan Survivorship Research Group. Her research focuses on understanding the impact of cancer and its treatment on everyday lives and how equipped people feel to manage this; understanding the impact of a family history of cancer on people's lives; and developing and testing supportive resources to support people affected by cancer to manage some of the consequences of treatment and make complex decisions about treatment or genetic testing. https://www.southampton.ac.uk/healthsciences/about/staff/Claire_foster.page
Prof. Carsten Wrosch is Research Chair in Ageing and Health and Professor of Psychology at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada. His research focuses on identifying pathways to successful living across the adult lifespan and examining from a self-regulation perspective how people can adjust to challenging life circumstances and prevent adverse consequences on their psychological, biological, and physical health. http://crdh.concordia.ca/Wrosch_Lab/wrosch.html
Abstract submissions for PHM 2019 are now closed.
Registration is now open. Conference rates are as follows:
|Early bird (before February 22 2019)||Late registration (after February 22 2019)|
|PSI Division of Health Psychology member:||€110||€120|
To register, please go to https://www.psychologicalsociety.ie/event/16th-Annual-Psychology-Health-and-Medicine-Conference
The Psychology, Health & Medicine Conference will be held in the Iontas Building, located on the North Campus of Maynooth University (Building 41 on campus map).
Maynooth University map
A campus map is available here:
MU Campus Map
On-campus accommodation https://www.maynoothcampus.com/
Glenroyal Hotel https://www.glenroyal.ie/ - in order to avail of the hotel’s corporate rate, please contact Jennifer Moylan (firstname.lastname@example.org) and mention that you are attending the conference.
Travelling by car
There are no parking restrictions in place on Maynooth campus at the time of the conference, so delegates are free to use any of the car parking facilities available. We encourage you to park in Car Park 5a (North Campus), as it is closest to the conference venue (see campus map).
Travelling by train
There are regular trains from Belfast to Connolly Station, Dublin, and from Galway, Cork and Limerick to Heuston Station, Dublin. See www.irishrail.ie for up-to-date train times.
Getting from Connolly Station to Maynooth:
- Trains run every 20 minutes at peak times
Getting from Heuston Station to Maynooth:
- Luas to Connolly Station (15 mins journey time), then train to Maynooth Station
- Dublin Bus (66 https://www.dublinbus.ie/Your-Journey1/Timetables/All-Timetables/6611/) to Maynooth from Parkgate Street, located just across the bridge from Heuston Station (40 mins journey time)
Getting from Maynooth Station to Iontas Building:
- Taxi (rank located at station)
- Walking (20 mins journey time https://goo.gl/maps/V6Y1U8PGTYr)
Maynooth University Guest Wi-Fi will be available to delegates. No username or password is required.
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