16th EAOHP Conference

Granada (Spain), 5th-7th June, 2024

16th EAOHP Conference 

Granada (Spain), 5th-7th June, 2024

The EAOHP 2024 Conference will take place at the Faculty of Science of the University of Granada, Spain.

The EAOHP 2024 Conference is co-organised in collaboration with the Faculty of Labour Relations & Human Resources of the University of Granada. For this conference, a selection of Pre-conference Workshops will be held on 04 June 2024 while the main conference will take place between 05 and 07 June, 2024.

This will be our second conference to be held in a hybrid format, allowing delegates to attend the conference and present their accepted papers either in person or remotely. However, we encourage you to attend in person and benefit from the great experience our conference provides.

Submissions are welcomed in all areas of research, practice, and education in occupational health psychology and related areas. Relevant topics include but are not limited to:

    • Psychosocial work environment
    • Antecedents of stress and well-being
    • Workplace health promotion
    • Organizational interventions, outcomes and evaluation
    • Contemporary issues in OHP
    • Policy and practice
    • Violence, bullying and harassment
    • Future of work

We look forward to welcoming you in Granada!

Conference Chairs: Professor Francisco Diaz-Bretones & Professor Stavroula Leka

Conference theme & Keynotes

The theme for the 2024 conference is ‘Contributions of OHP to social justice’. The programme will include oral and poster presentations as well as a number of invited and special symposia in line with the multidisciplinary conference theme. These include sessions that will focus on Spanish and Latin American research delivered in Spanish and a session providing an international OHP perspective from the International Coordinating Group for Occupational Health Psychology (ICG-OHP).

Professor Tahira M. Probst

Washington State University (USA)

Professor Marisa Salanova

Jaume I University (Spain)

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Call for Papers

The call for papers will be open between 30 June to 01 December, 2023

Delegates will be able to submit their abstracts (500 words max) for four types of sessions:

  • Paper presentations
  • Symposia
  • Poster presentations
  • The early career researcher showcase