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Want to see what happened at our 2013 Conference?

JOOP Publication Session
Keen on publishing but not quite sure of the daunting journey ahead? How about submitting a draft of your intended paper in advance and receiving feedback during the Publication Session at the DOP Conference 2014. Professor Jonathon Halbesleben, Editor of the Journal of Occupational and Organisational Psychology (JOOP), will provide direct feedback on your paper. To be considered, authors will need to complete the application form along with a copy of your paper to [email protected] by 1st December 2013 along with a brief application. Participation in this session does not ensure publication in JOOP; however, authors may be encouraged by the editor to submit their work for consideration.




Our vision for the DOP Annual Conference is to be the UK conference of choice for Occupational-Organisational-Business-Work-I/O Psychologists. We see the Conference as providing an opportunity for members of the division and other relevant professionals to engage in personal and professional development by obtaining a contemporary insight into current ideas, discussions and research in the area. We hope for all delegates to understand more about Occupational Psychology through presentations by leading academics and practitioners in the field, through workshops and through a variety of learning approaches.

Our theme this year is 'Investing in the Future' and we see the Conference as an engine for positive change within our profession and as a welcoming environment for ideas and discussions around the future of research, our profession, the organisation, employees and also how Occupational Psychology can contribute to our future communities. The Conference actively promotes networking and will assist in establishing a network of Occupational Psychologists who will constitute the next generation of academics and practitioners and the future of the field!



The Grand, Brighton

Wed, 08/01/2014 (All day) to Fri, 10/01/2014 (All day)
Contact Information: 

Samantha Smith/Bijal Vaghela
Tel: +00 44 (0) 116 2529555
Email: [email protected]

The Division of Occupational Psychology