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OP Matters No 29 March 2016

OP Matters No 29 March 2016

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Quick Overview

A Division of Occupational Psychology publication examining issues in the occupational psychology community. This issue is a special DOP 2016 Annual Conference edition.

Details

Contents

Editorial

Letter from the Chair

Conference reflections and reviews

  • Reflections by the Conference Chairs
  • Special conference topic: Discussion on resiliency 
  • Media coverage of the DOP 2016 Annual Conference 
  • A snapshot of the exhibition space at the DOP 2016 Annual Conference 
  • Highlights from this year's conference 
  • From the delegates: 'What were the highlights of your conference experience?' 
  • Addressing and managing sustainable workplace health during times of change: Reflections from the DOP 2016 Annual Conference

Meet the keynote speakers

Stage 2 Qualifications Update

Qualification in Occupational Psychology (QOP) at the conference

Working Group Conference Reviews

  • Adult Neuro-diversity: Evidence-based resilience-building
  • Information communication technology and work-life balance: Flexible friend or digital leash? 
  • Switching on and Switching off: Building e-resilience for work-life balance and wellbeing. 
  • Improving Standards of Practice at Assessment Centres 
  • Working Groups at the DOP 2016 Annual Conference

Recognising our Members

  • The DOP Awards 2015
  • Awards and Recognition Strategy Group 
  • DOP's Pioneer Series 
  • Pioneers of Occupational Psychology in the UK: An interview series

Invited Commentary

  • Reform in the British Psychological Society

Featured Article

  • Autism in the workplace

Working Group Reports

  • What do Occupational Psychologists contribute to wellbeing at work?
  • Board effectiveness: Policy imperatives

Volunteering Series

  • Focus on Volunteering
  • Further information on volunteering for the DOP and how to get involved

Funded Research Opportunities

  • The T. Ritchie Rodger Research Fund Scholarships
  • Scholarships in Occupational/Organisational Psychology

 

Additional Information

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