We invite you to join us for the 2nd International Conference on Health Literacy and Health Promotion to be held from October 6 to October 8 in Taipei, Taiwan. The conference will bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars to discuss better interventions in health education and services.
The editorial board of the Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition has decided to publish a special issue on implementation research in 2014, which is expected to be launched in the Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research to be held in South Africa in September 2014. Authors will be encouraged to submit their papers for presentation in the icddr,b scientific conference to be held in Dhaka in March 2014 and also in the health system symposium in South Africa.
Inpatient services for people with intellectual or developmental disabilities and mental health problems Deadlines: Initial submissions by 30 June 2014 Submissions to be finalized by 30 September 2014 Publication January 2015
You are invited to submit your article to the International Journal of Mental Health Promotion. The journal is designed to increase awareness, foster understanding and promote collaboration between the different disciplines engaged in this diverse activity of study.
Scholars and practitioners from around the world are invited to present 20 minute papers that use, consider or critique the concept of social death or that consider the death of social, cultural or personal identity. Abstracts (up to 250 words) to be emailed to email@example.com by 10 March 2014. Social death can refer to the extinction of an individual’s social or legal identity/agency, either before or sometime after physical death, and may be self or other inflicted; it can also …
SFI – The Danish National Centre for Social Research Important Dates Opening Date for Abstract Submission: 31 January Closing Date for Abstract Submission: 15 March Abstract Status Notification to Authors: 1 May Closing Date for Early Bird Author Registration: 31 May Closing Date for Registration: 15 August
Graduate students, field supervisors, faculty including adjunct professors and sessional instructors and alumni are encouraged to submit abstracts. Undergraduate students who are completing Honours Essays or engaged in research projects will also be considered. If interested, please send an abstract of 250 – 350 words for either a poster, mini- or full session presentation to Adje van de Sande (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Susan Braedley (email@example.com) . The deadline for submissions is 4:30pm February 24, 2014.
You may submit your abstract at any time for review until the final submission deadline, Wednesday, February 5, 2014. You will be notified in February 2014 of the status of your submission.
Submission Deadline: Wednesday, February 12, 2014
ACOSA is seeking nominations for its 2014 election slate for Officer and Regional Board Members. ACOSA members can self-nominate or nominate others with their approval. Candidates must be ACOSA members to stand for election.
This special issue is devoted to enhancing the professional knowledge base related to the psychological health needs of this special population and what can be done to address those needs within public sector settings. Military/veteran children and families have carried a heavy burden over the past decade; understanding their needs and evaluating services to help them are critical to improving their psychological well-being.
Our PhD/MPhil programme is supported by a commitment to an international standard of research. In the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise, York was rated in the top five of large Social Policy and Social Work departments in the country. The majority of our staff have been assessed as either ‘world-leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’ researchers.
The International Journal of Child and Adolescent Resilience (IJCAR) is a peer-reviewed academic journal on child and adolescent resilience factors, processes and programming, published on a biannually basis by the International Society of Child and Adolescent Resilience (ISCAR)
There have been a number of recent initiatives in teaching social research methods, both quantitative and qualitative. In part these are fueled by efforts to address skills shortages, but there are also developments in epistemological and pedagogic knowledge that are helping to shape the what, why and how of teaching data gathering, handling and analysis. The International Journal of Social Research Methodology is looking to publish a guest-edited Special Issue that addresses this theme.
The editorial board of the journal Ethics & Social Welfare is delighted to announce prizes for the best student essays (maximum length 3,000 words excluding bibliography) on a theme relevant to ‘ethics and social welfare’. Each winner – one postgraduate (Masters and Doctoral students) and one undergraduate (Bachelors students) – will receive £150 and one year’s free personal print subscription to the journal. Two further prizes of £75 will also be given to the runner-up in each category.
Boston College Graduate School of Social Work will conduct the 26th Annual National Conference on Social Work and HIV/AIDS during May 22-25 2014, at the Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center. The theme of the conference will be “New Practice Approaches…For a New Era in HIV/AIDS Care.”
Background: The purpose of this special issue of Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy is to shed new light on the lived reality of drug use and misuse in contemporary society. Its focus is on the drug users’ own experiences and perspectives on different aspects of their drug consumption. For example, we welcome papers that address questions such as: How do drug users experience and evaluate their own drug consumption? What strategies do they pursue to avoid drug-related harm? What motivates …
SFI – The Danish National Centre for Social Research will host the 13th European Scientific Association for Residential and Foster Care for Children and Adolescents Conference (EUSARF) in Copenhagen, 2-5 September 2014. The overall theme of the conference is ‘Making a Difference’. How do we contribute to a positive difference for vulnerable children and youth in need of support?
All submissions must be received by 5pm EST, January 15, 2014. Please email your proposals to the 2014 Program Chair, Cathy Faye at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for submitting proposals is January 6th, 2014.