EFPA arrangerer tre webinarer om blant annet hvordan psykologisk kunnskap kan brukes for å hindre virusspredning og hva som blir "den nye normalen" etter koronakrisen.
Webinarene holdes av ulike representanter i EFPAs medlemsorganisasjoner.
Alle medlemmer i Psykologforeningen kan delta, men du må melde deg på innen 1. juni og det er begrenset med plasser.
Det vil bli mulighet til å stille spørsmål i etterkant. Webinarene foregår på engelsk.
Webinar 1: Psychology Education and Psychology of Education in Post-COVID-19 times
Tirsdag 2. juni, 10:00 - 11:00
Ioulia Papageorgi : Associate Professor, Department of Social Sciences, Associate Dean, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Cyprus, Chair EFPA Board of Educational Affairs, Cyprus
Lenka Sokolova: President of the European Federation of Psychology Teachers’ Associations (EFPTA), Chair of the Slovak Association for the Teaching of Psychology and member of EFPA Board of Educational Affairs, Slovakia
Tamara O. Gordeeva: Professor, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia; Russian Psychological Society, Russia
The EFPA Board of Educational Affairs conducted a survey study to investigate how psychology educators coped with this situation, which technology and methods they used to teach psychology online, and which barriers and outcomes they experienced in this situation. During this webinar we will present our preliminary findings and discuss their implications
Issues and recommendations for home education during lockdown will be discussed.
School Education in COVID-19 settings from the position of CHAT (Cultural-Historical and Activity Approach).
Webinar 2: Using Psychological Knowledge to keep the virus under control: human factors
Onsdag 3. juni, 15:00 - 16:00
Olivier Luminet – Professor, Psychological Sciences Research Institute, UC Louvain, Belgium, member EFPA Board of Scientific Affairs, Belgium
Will be precenting recent research results on the respective role of sociodemographic, cognitive, and emotional factors that can facilitate or impair three health behaviours recommended to limit the spreading of the COVID-19 pandemic (hand-washing, limitation of public transports’ use and limitation of social contacts).
Nicolas Chater – Professor of Behavioural Science, University of Warwick (Behavioural Science Group), UK
What are the psychological factors that shaped how we have responded to the pandemics?
What psychological principles will influence how our behaviour and our society is affected in the future, by the lock-down and social distancing measures beyond lockdown?
Brian D. Smedley – Chief of Psychology in the Public Interest, American Psychological Association, US
connecting the voices of advocates working to address the needs of communities of color, people with disabilities, LGBTQ populations, and others;
promoting policies that protect marginalized and vulnerable populations, such as economic, food, and housing assistance
marginalizing voices of intolerance that are resurgent with the pandemic spread; promotion of inclusive tolerant, equitable, and cohesive communities.
Kathryn Scot - Director of Policy at the British Psychological Society, UK
Kathryn will talk about what might be facing societies rebuilding in the context of Covid-19, what ‘the new normal’ might look like both short and long term, and what psychology indicates will be important. She will draw on her experience as a public health strategist, leading high-profile international campaigns, managing government relations and thought leadership programmes, and during Covid-19 as a member of one of the UK Government’s key scientific advisory committees.
Suzanne Wilson - Research fellow in social inclusion and community engagement School of Social Work, Care and Community at the University of Central Lancashire, UK
The ways communities respond to devastating events is influenced by the type of event and the characteristics of communities, and while trauma can help some communities pull together, in other cases, it can pull them apart. Most people have never experienced anything like COVID-19 in their lifetime and although the world has experienced viral outbreaks before it is very uncertain how communities will respond to the pandemic in the long-term. In her presentation, Suzanne Wilson will consider “community renewal” from a community psychology perspective, reflecting on ways that community identity may have been affected by the crisis, and how new forms of “mutuality” can help to build stronger, better connected communities.
EFPA arrangerte også webinarer i april om temaer som var gjeldende under covid-19. Temaene i disse webinarene var blant annet: hvordan sette opp en psykologisk hjelpetelefon, behandling på nett og hvordan koronasituasjonen påvirker den psykiske helsen. Se opptak av de webinarene her: