Greater Vision aims to bring together academicians, researchers, industry experts and scholars from different parts of the world to share their research outcome and experience on contemporary topics.
Bloggers wanted to celebrate Disability History Month
Call for papers -
Cultural sensitivity and responsiveness for mental health workers (Palgrave Macmillan)
We are seeking contributions for an edited collection to be published by Palgrave Macmillan. The book - Cultural sensitivity and responsiveness for mental health workers - will serve as an Australia-specific textbook on diversity and cultural sensitivity for higher education training programmes in psychology, counselling and social work.
Part of this book will be devoted to short written accounts of the lived experience of:
GANDHI AFTER GANDHI Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi’s 150th birth anniversary (2 October 1869-30 January 1948)
University of Turin, Italy
2-3 December 2019
CALL FOR PANELS/PAPERS
As Canada continues to welcome growing numbers of immigrants and refugees, settlement agencies have embraced the challenge of successfully integrating the newly arrived. Community-based settlement programming in language, employment skills, guidance and support, has emerged over the past decade based on the understanding that social support should function not only as a ‘safety net’ for new immigrants, but also as a ‘springboard’ to the broader aims of integration (Simich, Beiser, Stewart, & Mwakarimba, 2005).
Our committee, cordially invites you all to attend the global event which is going to be held at Paris, France in the month of November from 28-29, 2019 which is just 7 months away. The congress is a platform where anyone can attend across the globe to present their research or advancement in the field of Psychology and Mental Health.
The theme of the conference explains that we cannot completely stop the patients who are suffering from mental disorders, stress, depression and anxiety.
Sexual and gendered violence affects individuals, communities and societies alike. Present in all cultures and walks of life, it can ruin lives, destroy families, break trust and encumber economies. And yet, while the effects can be devastating, stories of resilience and empowerment exist.
Structural equation modeling (SEM) is a technique to test hypothesized models with observed and latent variables. It encompasses many techniques, such as linear regression, multivariate regression, and factor analysis as special cases. This course provides a practical introduction of structural equation modeling using the open source R statistical platform.