Conference programme and events

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

Conferece programme

 

The EAOHP 2024 Conference will host three pre-conference workshops on 04 June 2024 at the Faculty of Labour Relations and Human Resources of the University of Granada.

The conference will be held between 5-7 June 2024 at the Hotel Abades Nevada Palace. The preliminary programme and guidelines for oral and poster presentations will be available on 30 April.

Programme at a glance:

Conference events

Pre-conference workshops

 

The EAOHP 2024 Conference will have three pre-conference workshops delivered by experts in their fields. All workshops will be held between 2:00 pm and 5:15 pm on 04 June, 2024 at the Faculty of Labour Relations and Human Resources of the University of Granada.

Each workshop will have an expected capacity of 10 to 30 participants, to confirm your attendance to any of this sessions, please purchase your ticket while registering for the conference.

More details of each session:

 

Pre-conference workshop 1: “Τhe Road to Publishing in High-Impact Academic Journals: A how-to Workshop” (Sold out)

Facilitators:

Anne Mäkikangas, Full Professor & Director of the Work Research Centre, Tampere University, Finland. Associate Editor, Work & Stress & Consulting Editor, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology

Despoina Xanthopoulou, Associate Professor, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. Education Forum Chair, EAOHP. Associate Editor, European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology

Description:

The main aim of this workshop is to guide PhD students, early-career researchers, and junior academics through the publication process in high-quality journals. In the workshop, we will share our expert insights into publishing in top-tier journals. The workshop will provide a unique overview on the full publication process from writing a successful paper to selecting the best outlet and preparing the manuscript for submission, as well as the review process. Emphasis will be placed on writing tips, dos and don’ts, identifying potential journals for publication and journals’ expectations, as well as on how to successfully address the comments of the reviewers. There will be plenty of room for group exercises (e.g., reviewing good and bad examples, reviewing participants’ own work) and discussion.

Pre-conference workshop 2: “Interventions in Positive Occupational Health Psychology: Best practice guidelines for building solutions to today’s challenges at work” (Sold out)

Facilitator:

Maggie (Machteld) van den Heuvel, Assistant Professor, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Description

This workshop is suitable for practitioners, students and researchers at any career stage who are interested in intervention(s) (studies) in the workplace. The interest in and necessity to apply evidence-based interventions to boost occupational health and well-being has grown over the past decades. In this workshop, we will discuss best-practice guidelines for designing, implementing and evaluating interventions. You will be invited to reflect on your own ideas for how to design or optimize your own intervention practice or study. We will leverage the knowledge, creativity and experience in the room and use each others’ strengths to think of new intervention approaches and/or how to have a bigger impact as occupational health psychologists. The workshop will be interactive and combine presentations on theory and existing research with exercises in small groups.

Pre-conference workshop 3: “R for Data Visualization and Analysis” (Student registrations are sold out)

Facilitator:

Pedro Antonio García-López, Full Professor of the Department of Statistics and O.R., University of Granada, Spain.

Description:

The R programming language proves to be a valuable instrument for individuals in the fields of data science, analysis, and statistics, particularly those engaged in academic environments. R allows for a multitude of statistical analyses, including efficient data visualization, exploratory analysis, modelling, and handling more sophisticated models in social research, such as structural equation models. This course aims to provide an introduction to R that enables the user to explore all the capabilities of this software.

Welcome reception

The welcome reception will take place on 05 June 2024 at the conference venue Hotel Abades Nevada Palace, Granada, Spain.

This event is free of charge but tickets are limited, to secure a place for the welcome reception please confirm your attendance while registering for the conference.

Conference dinner (Sold out)

The conference dinner will take place on 06 June 2023 at La Chumbera. Located in the Sacromonte neighbourhood, in a cave with a terrace facing the Alhambra. The dinner will include a welcome cocktail, three courses, drinks and a flamenco show. We have limited tickets for this event, so please book your ticket in advance.

​The venue is located at Camino del Sacromonte, 107, 18010, Granada.

The EAOHP will arrange transportation for attendees who register for the conference dinner or delegates can arrange their own taxi or Uber service.