Ideas and points will be recorded for the group using a whiteboard. Obesity Reviews, 14, 279-291. The workshop was facilitated by: Dr. Sherry Pagoto (University of Massachusetts, MA), Dr. Kristin Schneider (Rosalind Franklin University, IL). Ethical issues in image-based research. Psychology & Health, 24, 5-9. Buckingham: Open University Press. The purpose of this session was to provide information on issues regarding publishing in English language scientific journals, and to teach participants basic skills for writing scientific papers. She also teaches, coordinates modules and supervises students on the MSc in Health Psychology in NUI Galway. The EC and the Local Organisers of upcoming conferences are aware of the lockdowns in many countries, the restrictions in travel and the travel bans imposed by many governments, institutions and Universities. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 45, 583-589. The facilitators will guide the work, support and moderate the discussion. Facilitated by Britta Renner & Stephanie Kurzenhäuser. Regarding the timing – we will explore studies in which the qualitative and quantitative parts are concurrent, or sequentially organized. Dr. Ari Haukkala has been active in health psychology research since the 1990s. However, it is not clear to what extent this evidence is being implemented into routine care to benefit and impact patients and populations. The emphasis was on applying the Intervention Mapping processes to the development of prevention programs. In brief, this method enables a group of participants to work together in dialogue to construct a definition of ‘mixed methods methodology’ in health psychology. EFPA calls for equal access to education and mental health support for all Europe’s children. Such interventions apply theoretical methods for change, directed at the target population or at the environment. Theory can inform the design of interventions and the measures that are used for evaluation. Environmental conditions are not likely to be under the direct control of the individuals at risk for the health problem. Facilitated by: Prof. Kerry Chamberlain (Massey University, NZ). If you are interested in the slides Kerry Chamberlain used for the workshop, please do not hesitate to write him an email: K.Chamberlain@massey.ac.nz. In Malaysia she is working to build capacity in Health Psychology by facilitating the provision of training to a wide range of groups including healthcare professionals, students and members of the public. ; writing it up – voice, claims, interpretation, discussion, structure; what are quotes for? She completed her Psychology degree at St Andrews University (in 1983!) To understand the steps involved in conducting a systematic review and writing up for publication. Multiple text analysis in narrative research: Visual, written, and spoken stories of experience. The rationale for theory building in health psychology and the argument for theory-driven research were discussed. Mobile applications for weight management: theory-based content analysis. The workshop was facilitated by John Weinman, Kavita Vedhara and Rona Moss-Morris. The workshop will close with a discussion to finalise how we report back into the conference. Come take a walk with me: The “Go-Along” interview as a novel method for studying the implications of place for health and well-being. There is undoubtedly a grain of truth in this assumption. Journal of Health Psychology, 13, 147-153. The workshop facilitators work in the areas of social cognition, disability and stress theory but will also draw on the expertise of the participants in other areas. conscientiousness, rumination, perseverative cognition) within the stress process; and ii) exploring the effects of implementation intentions-based interventions on screening behaviours. Objectives: Course participants applied Intervention Mapping to selected prevention issues. It is also an opportunity for researchers to present their research for discussion in depth with other experts working in the same field in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Lucy Yardley leads the extensive ‘LifeGuide’ and ‘UBhave’ programmes of digital research, developing and evaluating interventions for a wide range of health problems, Susan Michie has an international reputation for research focused on the design, delivery, uptake and impact of behaviour change interventions related to health, Robert West has world-leading expertise in tobacco studies and has developed novel digital interventions for smoking cessation. There is an increasing interest in systematic descriptions or taxonomies of health promotion interventions, the theoretical methods they contain, and the determinants that are targeted for change (Stavri & Michie, 2012). My research interests include patient adaptation to chronic illness, the role of stress and related factors in health and illness, individual differences in health, self-regulation and dyadic regulation. We will emphasise the use of electronic based data capture methods such as PDAs and smartphones. Interventions employing mobile technology for overweight and obesity: an early systematic review of randomized controlled trials. take stock of the current state of Implementation Science and what Health Psychology is currently contributing to the field of Implementation Science, use the experiences and expertise of participants to identify the unique challenges relevant to implementation of Health Psychology interventions, and, Simmons, Nelson & Simonsohn (2011) False-Positive Psychology: Undisclosed Flexibility in Data Collection and Analysis Allows Presenting Anything as Significant (paper), Janz (2015) Is withholding your data simply bad science, or should it fall under scientific misconduct? Four of these are scientific, peer reviewer journals, and in addition, the EHPS produces a bimonthly bulletin/newsletter (the EHP) and a blog (PHP). There is a real opportunity to draw upon the insights developed within Implementation Science to inform the development and evaluation of interventions to implement effective Health Psychology-based interventions. She is an experienced workshop facilitator, lecturer and trainer of professionals, as well as PhD supervisor. We discussed the following: good scientific practice in developing and testing health behavior interventions, using theory to guide intervention development, using interventions to develop theory, the importance of construct validity of interventions, assessing and maximizing fidelity of treatment to protocol, assessing what works, methods for reviewing evidence and testing theory, and how the field of behavior change interventions can be advanced. Subsequently, Dr Daniel Powell (University of Aberdeen) and Dr Gertraud (Turu) Stadler (Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin) will debate opportunities and challenges of EMA research to stimulate further discussion. Rossiter, K., Kontos, P., Colantonio, A., Gilbert, J., Gray, J., & Keightley, M. (In press). How to communicate effectively within the networks and beyond? The workshop took place on the three days (29 September-1 October 2002) preceding the EHPS conference in Lisbon (2-5 October 2002). The submission deadline for EHPS 2020 has been extended to the 14th of February, 2020 (all time zones). Journals can take a number of steps to make such strategies hard or impossible. Thus, we will review the ways in which psychologists have attempted to move forward with combining qualitative and quantitative methods while making sense of the paradigmatic differences – such as through post-positivist, constructivist, pragmatist and transformative paradigms. EAPP organizes the European Conference on Personality Psychology every 2 years. 24-26th August, 2014, Innsbruck, Austria. International. EFPA Awards 2021 - call for nominations postponed to ECP 2022. Theory may initially emerge out of descriptions of observed associations and develop as explanations of how and why certain events are associated. (2004). Which other instruments can the EHPS use to promote scientific integrity in health psychology? San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. Karen’s work has been used to guide National policy and practice in Ireland and she has represented the Irish Department of Health on European projects. The Masterpiece Society. Modeling the Time Course of Continuous Outcomes: Using SPSS/SAS and Mplus The workshop was facilitated by Kerry Chamberlain. ; who is the audience? Dr. Haukkala has been highly influential in bringing up a new generation of health psychology researchers in Finland. Is there nothing more practical than a good theory? We will update the price here as soon as possible, and will of course mail everybody who has already applied at that point. This heterogeneity presents considerable challenges when attempting to systematically evaluate the evidence in terms of the effectiveness of planning interventions in health behavioural contexts. Recommended community strategies and measurements to prevent obesity in the United States. Design issues around planning techniques and interventions based on them (e.g., sustainability of behaviour change, intervention fidelity). How do our specialised partner organisations deal with COVID19? The workshop will be facilitated by Marie Johnston, Derek Johnston and Diane Dixon. Contributors will then be asked to engage in activities based on the principles of dialogical research (Rowe & Leifer, 2006). This website uses cookies to store information on your computer. sui-cide behaviour, ambulatory blood pressure, eating, cortisol reactivity and diurnal cortisol levels) and understanding the role of individual differences variables (e.g. Public health efforts have promoted repeated engagement in novel actions, such as wearing face masks. Qualitative research in health psychology. London: Sage. The multilevel or hierarchical linear model provides a flexible set of analytic tools that can take account of these complexities. Participants from eligible countries listed on the EHPS registration website are entitled to a reduced fee of €100. social network, organizational development, social action, agenda setting, and stakeholder theories; Theoretical methods for change (behavior change techniques) at environmental levels: theories, definitions, parameters and examples; Theoretical methods for change (behavior change techniques) at environmental levels: the role of individual level methods, bundling of methods, differences in targets, lack of clear parameters, measurements of change; Planning the implementation of health promotion interventions as an organizational change challenge; planning effect evaluation of environmental change. Each half day of the expert meeting will include a particular theme (outlined below) that will be introduced by the facilitators, an initial exercise where participants will work in small groups on a particular aspect of the theme, and then a collaborative session where each group feeds back to the main group on their findings. 36, http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs0803362. PTSD Research Quarterly, 16 (2). Universities began to develop doctoral level training programs in health psychology. (2004) map out a series of theoretical domains from which intervention designers may select relevant theories. He has also led capacity building and training initiatives in low and middle income countries on behalf of US National Institutes of Health, the Global Alliance for Chronic Diseases and the World Health Organisation. Mobilising visual ethnography: Making routes, making place and making images [27 paragraphs]. (2011) Slides.compressed.pdf. The Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI) is the learned and professional body for Psychology and Psychologists in the Republic of Ireland. We will explore diverse models for organizing mixed methods research and combining the components, based on the purposes of the project and its research questions. topics, working groups, activities), 17:15 – 17:25 Prioritising and setting goals for the SIG for 2021 based on outputs from (2009). Day 2: the morning will commence with a presentation on data collection and management focusing on non-textual data; the remainder of the morning will involve small group work involving the development of participant projects and reporting back; the afternoon will start with another presentation and discussion about data analysis and reflexivity in research; this will be followed by further group work to refine and justify the methods to be used in research projects. before moving to Cambridge to Project Lead a drop-in centre based on a converted double-decker bus offering support to homeless glue sniffers, drinkers and drug abusers. European Professional Card helps professionals work throughout... 5. a EFPA: Psychology - a Contribution for EU Policy Making - Nov... 5. b EFPA Psychology for Health - Contributions to Policy Making ... 6. The overarching aim of the Digital Health & Computer-tailoring Special Interest Group is to build a community of interested EHPS members to advance digital health and computer-tailoring research and to provide a forum to discuss new evidence, underlying mechanisms and specific components of digital health interventions that may lead to enhanced behavioural outcomes. 15:20 – 15:50 Invited talk by Prof. Richard Wilkinson, University of Nottingham What are the characteristics of useful theories for application in health psychology research? These provide a major opportunity to present one’s work, to get informed of developments in health psychology and to meet other health psychologists from Europe and beyond. The themes of the workshop were as follows: Using general theoretical frameworks in health psychology, Measurement, design, and methodological issues in testing theories, Translating theory-driven findings into intervention-type research. We would also ask participants to report on the success of their manipulations, any failed replications, and feedback and reports from participants on the use of the techniques. The workshop will be very interactive with at least 50% of all sessions involving active participation in practical or group work and discussion. We especially welcome senior researchers with substantial experience in conducting studies in close relationships and health, to join the EM. The applications for this workshop have closed. Various software packages will be used, including SPSS, SAS, and Mplus. Prof. The first day will be focused on Questionable Research Practices, especially those particularly prominent in Health Psychology. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 26, 161-171. The agenda will be generated by SIG members prior to the meeting, but is likely to involve discussion of relevant past research, ongoing research projects, and the generation of ideas for new research to understand or harness the role of habit in the coronavirus pandemic or its aftermath. Health Psychology, 23, 207-218. Likewise interventions are mostly tested in randomised trials involving many participants and the applicability of the intervention to the individual participant is difficult to determine. Time management strategies will be discussed. We are now seeking nominations for members to stand for BPS President. For more information visit the Meet the Expert page. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 45, 576-582. There has been increased interest in the use of mixed research methods in health psychology. Note that there is now a very wide range of published articles and books relevant to the topics of the workshop. I currently collaborate with the University of Crete Medical School, and the Faculty of Nursing and the Dental School at the University of Athens, and I am actively involved in the activities of local associations for the support of patients suffering from cancer. Mannay, D. (2010). Health psychology and the arts: A conversation. What is the clinical significance of the theories we use? Dan is an active member of EHPS who served on the Scientific Committee and Local Organising Committee in 2016, and as a Track Chair in 2016 and 2017. Bagnoli, A. 2017 April Consenus Statement: Effective and influential menta... 3. Membership Application. We will also discuss methods of analysing the differences between individuals over time in group based studies using multilevel modelling. The facilitators will give a short introduction to Pragmatism and its utility for mixing methods in health psychology (Yardley & Bishop, 2008). A small number of grants are available for attendants of the Synergy workshop against workshop registration, conference fee, accommodation and travel. Qualitative Research, 10, 91-111. A draft workshop overview (we may modify this as we go through the workshop sessions): The aim of this Synergy expert meeting is to stimulate discussion and debate of the evidence on planning interventions in health behaviour. The second day will be focused on remedies to optimise the scientific integrity of health psychology, such as can be employed in supervision of PhD. What are the advantages of general theories (e.g. What new opportunities does mhealth offer for researching behaviour change? Kerry Chamberlain is a critical health psychologist who has used and written about qualitative research in health psychology for a number of years. She has been a longstanding member of the EHPS, first joining a CREATE workshop in 2000 and since then been involved in a number of ways. Covid-19: The Impact on Health Workers and Families. However, most of these taxonomies focus on individual behavior change and only a few also include behavior change of environmental agents (Bartholomew, et al., 2011; Khan et al., 2009) at the interpersonal, organizational, community and policy levels. Modeling the Within-Person Process: Categorical Outcomes, 3:45 pm to 5:00 pm  Computer Exercises and Q&A, 9:00 am to 10:30 am  7. But this freedom striving European world committed a major […] Wilhelm Reich’s Bion Experiments: an unusual origin of life research program "Wilhelm Reich: Bion Experiments" Contribution to the orgonomy conference, "Wilhelm Reich's Bion Experiments: an unusual origin of life research program, 1934-1939" November 9, 2019, NYC. Dures, E., Rumsey, N. & Morris, M. (2010). Given the opportunities and challenges identified in the first session, what are the most promising directions for future mhealth research? EAPP organizes the European Conference on Personality Psychology every 2 years. The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Research in Psychology. Daryl’s current research focuses on: i) investigating the effects of stress and psychological interventions on health outcomes (e.g. Catalani, C., & Minkler, M. (2009). (2007) argued that we not only need to translate concepts from theory into practice to create interventions but we also need to make sure our work meets the standards of current evidence-based practice. The workshop took place from 21st to 23rd of september, 2003. Such explanations can be tested using predictive studies but are most effectively tested using experiments in which particular independent variables are manipulated and theory-specified effects on dependent measures are observed (Abraham, 2004). Davidson, K. D., Goldstein, M., Kaplan, R. M., Kaufmann, P. G., Knatterud, G. L., Orleans, C. T., Spring, B., Trudeau, K. J., & Whitlock, E. P. (2003). Modeling the Within-Person Process: Continuous Outcomes (con’t), 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm  6. European Review of Social Psychology | Citations: 182 | The European Review of Social Psychology (formerly an annual series) is being launched in 2003 as an e … Participants will identify their social media goals and be given recommendations regarding the social media outlet that best matches their goals. John De Wit (UNSW, Australia), who also has a wealth of expertise in both the theoretical and application of interventions, including the use of planning techniques, in a number of health behaviour contexts, has also agreed to contribute to the expert meeting as he will be in attendance and could serve as an additional facilitator in the event of a large attendance. We are also encouraged by positive developments in China. Using social media professionally will also make the user aware of the ways it is being used by patients, healthcare systems, and healthcare professionals which is necessary to stimulate research ideas. Promoting excellence in psychology. The European Health Psychology Society (EHPS) is a professional organisation formed to promote empirical and theoretical research in and applications of health psychology within Europe as well as the interchange of information related to health psychology with other associations throughout the world. Social Science & Medicine [Available through online first]. Participants should be equipped with computers and wifi for this hands-on workshop. 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