11/04/2019 - 12/04/2019
9:00AM - 5:00PM
Hilton Templepatrick, Paradise Walk, Castle Upton Estate, Templepatrick, BT39 0DD
Annual Conference 2019: Building Better Psychological Futures
Welcome to the NIBPS 2019 Annual Conference. This year’s conference is themed Building Better Psychological Futures with many sub themes as follows:
We are pleased to announce the following Keynote Speakers:
Prof Anke Ehlers, University of Oxford
Prof Valerie Morrison, Bangor University
Biographies can be viewed on the event registration page.
More keynotes will be announced soon.
Submissions are now open for the Northern Ireland Branch of the British Psychological Society 2019 Annual Conference via the online submission system. We welcome submissions for oral presentations, symposia, workshops and posters. Further information and guidance can be found on the NIBPS 2019 Annual Conference Submission Policy.
Deadline for all submissions is 23:59 Sunday 6th January 2019
This workshop first presents the concept of ‘impact literacy’, emphasising the need to understand the how, what and who of brokering research into practice. Drawing from a series of empirical research studies, this learning is also synthesised into two new models of impact literate psychology interventions spanning theory development through to implementation. Delegates will then be guided through a mapping activity to consider how to reinforce how, what and who to optimise benefits.
Please contact the Hilton Hotel directly to reserve your accommodation Tel: 028 94435500 quoting 'NIBPS Conf'.
Single Room Bed & Breakfast - £99.00 per night
Double/Twin Room Bed & Breakfast - £109.00 per night
The conference dinner and legendary after dinner entertainment will take place on Thursday 11th April.
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