Conferences & Symposiums


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23rd IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion: 7.-11. April 2019,
Rotorua, New Zealand.

EAWOP, 29th May - 1st June 2019, Turin, Italy
The European Association for Work & Organizational Psychology.
The congress program will highlight new challenges and emerging opportunities for the development of psychology of work and organizations.



10th IUHPE European Conference and International Forum for Health Promotion research: 23. - 27. Sept. 2018, Trondheim, Norway

13th EAOHP: 5. - 7. Sept. 2018, Lisbon, Portugal

Salutogenesis Symposium 4. - 6. May 2018, Göttingen (Germany)

Prof. Georg Bauer: Der Beitrag der Salutogenese zur Erforschung und Förderung eines gesundheitsförderlichen Settings am Beispiel der Arbeitswelt

Language: German

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EAWOP Small Group Meeting, 12. - 13. April 2018, Leuven, Belgium,
Working Anywhere, Anytime: Work Flexibility from a Management and an Occupational Health Perspective

Symposium: Philipp Kerksieck (PhD Candidate)
Presented Talk: “Gain Cycles in Flexible Work Contexts”



Workshop at EUPHA Conference, Stockholm: 1. - 4. Nov. 2017
"Advancing salutogenesis for health promotion and public health"
Prof. Georg Bauer


Program Launch & Symposium:
Center of Salutogenesis - about the origin of positive health
8th September 2017, University of Zurich
Prof. Georg Bauer, Dr. Rebecca Brauchli, Dr. Gregor Jenny


EAWOP, May 2017, Dublin, Ireland
Theme of the conference: Enabling Change Through Work and Organizational Psychology:  Opportunities and Challenges for Research and Practice.
Prof. Georg Bauer: Symposium: E-coach for leaders and their teams for continuous health oriented team development
Dr. Rebecca Brauchli: Symposium: How to deal with modern working life? Impact of different crafting styles on work-life balance and well-being
Dr. Gregor Jenny: Symposium: E-coach for health-oriented leadership and team development
PhD Anja Lehmann: Symposium: When and why is an organizational intervention process effective? Exploring context factors of a lean healthcare intervention