5th Interna*onal Seminar on POSITIVE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland, 7-‐8 June 2012 Following the success of previous seminars in Utrecht, Castellon, Trondheim and Lisbon we are pleased to invite you to Dublin, Ireland, home of U2, Guinness and the literary genius of James Joyce and Oscar Wilde.
5th Interna*onal Seminar on POSITIVE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY This 2-‐day seminar will bring PhD students and junior researchers working in the ﬁeld of posi*ve occupa*onal health psychology together in order to discuss the most recent theore*cal and empirical advances in the ﬁeld and to invite feedback on their own research from peers and leading experts in the ﬁeld. As the seminar is in the format of a small group mee*ng, AIMS par*cipant places will be limited. § To provide an overview of the emerging ﬁeld of posi*ve occupa*onal health Main themes covered will be psychology. as follows: Work engagement, § To outline the theore*cal theore*cal frameworks (e.g., frameworks underlying job demands-‐resources processes and empirical theory), posi*ve interven*ons ﬁndings related to the area. at work, healthy and resilient § To discuss recent theore*cal organisa*ons, cri*cal views on and empirical advances in the the development of posi*ve ﬁeld. psychology, and occupa*onal § To discuss research methods, health psychology measurement issues, and methodological research. prac*cal implica*ons of posi*ve occupa*onal health psychology. § To provide an opportunity for learning, crea*ng important research connec*ons, and networking. § To discuss the research of the par*cipants in a personalized way
5th Interna*onal Seminar on POSITIVE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY SPEAKERS Arnold B. Bakker is full professor and chair at the Department of Work and Organiza*onal Psychology at Erasmus University RoVerdam, The Netherlands. He is president of the European Associa*on of Work and Organiza*onal Psychology, and secretary-‐general of the Alliance of Organiza*onal Psychology. His research interests include work engagement, burnout, spillover and crossover. His research has been published in journals such as Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Voca7onal Behavior, and Human Rela7ons. See also: www.arnoldbakker.com Evangelia DemerouT is a full professor at Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands. Her research interests include topics from the ﬁeld of work and health, including posi*ve organiza*onal behaviour, the job demands–resources model, work-‐ ! family interface, crossover of strain, and recovery. She has published over 50 na*onal and interna*onal paper and book chapters on these topics, served as a reviewer for various na*onal and interna*onal scien*ﬁc journals. Her ar*cles have been published in journals including Journal of Voca7onal Behaviour, Journal of Occupa7onal Health Psychology and Journal of Applied Psychology. Wilmar B. Schaufeli is full professor of Work and Organiza*onal Psychology at Utrecht University, The Netherlands. His research area is occupa*onal health psychology and includes job stress, burnout, absenteeism, work engagement, workaholism, and worksite health interven*ons. He published over three ! hundred ar*cles and chapters, and authored or edited about a dozen books. He is also an evidence-‐based senior HRM consultant at 365 BV. For more details see: www.schaufeli.com
5th Interna*onal Seminar on POSITIVE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY IRISH SOCIAL EVENING On the evening of June 7th following a day of presenta*ons and workshops, a bus will take all par*cipants to the highest pub in Ireland ‘Johnnie Fox’s’ for a tradi*onal Irish meal followed by a ‘Hooley Show’ of Irish music and ! dancing (www.jfp.ie)
5th Interna*onal Seminar on POSITIVE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY ABSTRACT SUBMISSION Abstracts of 500 words should be submiVed as a Word or .pdf email aVachment to firstname.lastname@example.org. Abstracts can include either theory development or research ﬁndings. Further details regarding presenta*on and poster format will be provided upon abstract acceptance. Abstract Deadline: March 16th REGISTRATION Par*cipants can register online at www.link.dcu.ie Registra*on fees for the seminar which include tea/ coﬀee and lunch for the 2 days, the social evening, and seminar pack are as follows: Early bird (before April 13th): Students-‐ 180 Euro Non Student-‐ 230 Euro Late Registra*on: Students-‐ 230 Euro Non Student-‐ 280 Euro CONTACT For further seminar informa*on please see www.link.dcu.ie/?p=1355 For further enquiries please contact one of our seminar organisers Sarah-‐Jane Cullinane: email@example.com Janine Bosak: firstname.lastname@example.org
5th Interna*onal Seminar on POSITIVE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY DIRECTION PUBLIC TRANSPORT Dublin City University is DCU is serviced by the following buses conveniently located which stop outside the University at the halfway between Dublin Ballymun Road and Collins Avenue airport and Dublin city entrances, or near to the university with centre. General direc*ons stops on the Swords Road and to Dublin City University Glasnevin Avenue: 3, 4, 11, 11A, 11B, can be found at the 13, 13A, 16, 16A, 17A, 19A, 33, 41, 41B, following link: 41C, 46X, 103, 104 and 105. hVp://www.dcu.ie/info/ Buses 3, 4, 11, 11A, 11B, 13, 13A, 16, get_to.shtml 16A and 19A – go to and from Dublin city centre stopping on O’Connell Street Route Planner: hVp:// www.dublinbus.ie/en/ BY CAR M50 Northbound Proceed along the M1 un*l you come to the roundabout that intersects with the M50 (Junc*on 3). Proceed southbound along the M50 and take the Ballymun exit (Junc*on 4). At the traﬃc lights on the roundabout, turn leo and drive through Ballymun. Turn leo at the Collins Avenue/Ballymun Road crossroads. DCU is located on Collins Avenue 500m on the right hand side. M50 Southbound Drive through the Westlink toll bridge and con*nue along the M50 un*l the Ballymun exit (Junc*on 4). At the traﬃc lights on the roundabout, take the third exit and drive through Ballymun. Follow the direc*ons for DCU as outlined above. From city centre Follow the airport road which takes you through Drumcondra along the N1, towards the M1. Con*nue past the junc*on for Griﬃth Avenue un*l you reach the junc*on at Whitehall. At this crossroads turn leo onto Collins Avenue. DCU is 500m on the leo hand side.
5th Interna*onal Seminar on POSITIVE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY DUBLIN CITY UNIVERSITY CAMPUS The Business School is Oﬃce Block Q, opposite the mul*-‐ storey car park and directly beside the main recep*on (marked on the map). There is an entrance to the Business School on either side of the building i.e. beside the main recep*on, or opposite the Helix theatre. Once inside the Business School take the stairs or the lio to the recep*on area on the third ﬂoor.
5th Interna*onal Seminar on POSITIVE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY ACCOMMODATIONS There is limited DCU on-‐campus accommoda7on available at the following rates: Single occupancy €59.00 per room per night €69.00 double occupancy (room only). To reserve (10% booking deposit) please contact email@example.com indica*ng that you are aVending the seminar in DCU Business School. www.summeraccommoda*on.dcu.ie The following ﬁxed hotel rates have been secured: Please check hotel websites directly in advance as on-‐line rates, par*cularly in the weeks prior to the event, may be cheaper than the rates secured. • The Crowne Plaza (Northwood, Santry), €90.00 (B&B) hVp://www.cpireland.crowneplaza.com/Crowne-‐Plaza-‐Dublin-‐Northwood.html • The Express Holiday Inn (Northwood Santry), €60.00 (B&B) hVp://www.hiexpressdublin-‐airport.com/ • The Gresham Hotel (Dublin City Centre) €95.00 (B&B) hVp://www.gresham-‐hotels.com/ In addi*on, there are plenty of alterna*ve accommoda*on op*ons available in and around Dublin City Centre, while other hotels in proximity to DCU include: • The Best Western Dublin Skylon hVp://www.dublinskylonhotel.com/direc*ons.php • The Regency Hotel hVp://www.regencyhoteldublin.com/