IAMPS
The International Applied Military Psychology Symposium

The International Applied Military Psychology Symposium - IAMPS  -
is an annual meeting of military psychologists from around the world aimed at identifying and developing best practice procedures concerning the field of applied military psychology.

Its main focus is to enable a dialogue among international military psychologists to share the latest applied research advances as well as information on organization-specific procedures and lay the groundwork for collaboration. This process stimulates important research resulting in significant improvements. By uncovering potential synergies it supports the goal of cost efficiency and also helps to improve interoperability. Therefore the spotlight of IAMPS is concentrated on a profound exchange of experiences in the field of applied military psychology.

 

IAMPS 2016
Military Psychology: Challenges for the future

 will be hosted by the
Portuguese Army/Applied Psychology Army Center
in Porto, Portugal

June 20 to 23, 2016

 

The symposium will cover topics like:

  • Team effectiveness
  • Military families
  • Stress in a professional context and combat
  • Military Higher Education
  • Women in the military
  • General topics

The registration fee of

  • € 120.- (registration until March 31, 2016)
  • € 150.- (registration until May 31, 2016) 
  • € 200.- (June 1 to 20, 2016)

includes symposiums attendance, local transportation and lunch during the symposium, a cultural event as well as a dinner party.

Accommodation will also be offered in the Military Officers Club at € 22.- (double room) and € 18.- (single room).

More details will be published soon.

Contact:
MAJ Ana Jesus (Tlm: +351 916509478; Institutional email: cpae@mail.exercito.pt)