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PSI Early Graduate Group Annual Conference 2017 Communicating Psychology: Getting The Message Out There



Venue: Royal College of Surgeons, 123 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2
Date: Saturday 2nd September 
Time: 9.00am - 5.00pm
Learning Credits: 4

Fee: PSI Member €25.00, Non-Member €40.00




The PSI Early Graduate Group Conference is now in its fourth year and has become an established part of the conference calendar for early career psychologists.
The conference consists of keynote addresses by prominent members of the psychology community, followed by oral and poster presentations by delegates, and hands-on workshops with a diverse range of experienced facilitators to help delegates practically improve their clinical, research and career skills.
The conference provides early career psychologists with the opportunity to present their work, share experiences with their peers, and network with more experienced colleagues.


Learning outcomes
Attendees will have the opportunity to present their original research in oral and poster presentations, providing them with valuable experience and practical skills in science communication and research dissemination. It will also allow them to keep abreast of current trends in Irish psychological research and identify opportunities for future collaborations.

Keynote and workshop sessions will also provide practical skills to enhance attendee’s knowledge and employability. Workshops are yet to be finalised but we anticipate specific sessions on maximising the benefits of Assistant Psychology positions, psychometrics and health service evaluation.

Benefits
Specific learning from workshop and keynote sessions will be applicable in clinical and research settings, as attendees will receive instruction in useful skills around health service evaluation and psychometrics, which they can put to use in their own work. Networking with peers in the area will also allow for reflection on their own work and opportunities to build their skills in the future, which is a valuable process in research and especially clinical settings.

Programme outline and form of the eventProgramme outline and form of the eventong>For whom? 
Early career psychologists; recent psychology graduates

The theme for this year’s conferene is “Communicating Psychology: Getting the message out there”. Our keynote speakers, workshops and presentations will be broadly centred around this theme, encouraging effective science communication, inter-disciplinary dialogue and the application of psychology to important social and clinical issues.

9:00 Registration

  • 9.30 Keynote speaker 1
  • 10.30 Coffee break, poster viewing
  • 11:00 Oral presentations
  • 1:00 Light lunch, poster viewing
  • 2:00 Workshops
  • 3:30 Coffee break, poster viewing
  • 4:00 Keynote speaker 2
  • 5:00 Closing ceremony, awards
  • 5:30 Social gathering


Methods of teaching
 
The conference is an interactive event that employs a range of learning methods. 
The keynote addresses will be delivered lecture-style, with allocated time for questions.
The oral presentations will be supported by PowerPoint slides, according to the preferences of the speakers, and will provide delegates with the opportunity to practice presenting their work and fielding questions from their audience.
The workshops will take varied formats according to the presentation style of the facilitators, but are likely to involve small and large group discussions, peer-to-peer support and advice, and practical skills development.


Fees : 25 PSI members and 40 non-members
This fee includes entry to the conference, tea and coffee, a light lunch, and a conference bag









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