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5th International seminar on Positive Occupational Health Psychology, Dublin, 7-8 June 2012

5th International seminar on Positive Occupational Health Psychology, Dublin, 7-8 June 2012

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  • 1. 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.  
  • 2. 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  
  • 3. 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        
  • 4. 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)    
  • 5. 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  pohp2012@dcu.ie.  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:  sarahjane.cullinane2@mail.dcu.ie   Janine  Bosak:  janine.bosak@dcu.ie    
  • 6. 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.  
  • 7. 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.  
  • 8. 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  campus.residences@dcu.ie  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/