The Psychological Society of Ireland



The Psychological Society of Ireland,
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Grantham Street, Dublin 8, D08 W8HD.


Joint annual conference of Division of Health Psychology

Joint annual conference of Division of Health Psychology, Psychological Society of Ireland and Division of Health Psychology, British Psychological Society, Northern Ireland Branch:
Behavioural Science – Making a difference

March 3rd, Venue: RCSI

DHP members €120, PSI/BPS members €150, Non PSI/BPS members €170, Students/unwaged €60

4 CPD credit points

The aim of this conference is to promote high quality research at the interface of psychology, health and medicine, as well as to facilitate social and professional networks among people working in this area. The conference theme is ‘Behavioural Science – making a difference’, and will be of interest to a variety of health professionals, health services and public health researchers, as well as psychologists.

Keynote speakers
 Professor Pamela Gallagher, Dublin City University – “Living well with the consequences of illness, injury and its treatment”
 Professor Liam Delaney, University of Stirling – “Behavioural Economics and Health”
 Professor Susan Michie, University College London – “Building the science of behaviour change: The Human Behaviour-Change Project”
Further information will be published soon on the Division of Health Psychology webpage and the conference webpage. Exciting pre-conferences workshops will be announced soon.

For further details contact:
Conference Chair, Dr Frank Doyle, E-mail: or; Twitter: @frank_doyle4; Tel.: +353 1 402 2718
Psychology, Health and Medicine One Day conference


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