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Department of Behavioural Science & Health (J96)

Department of Behavioural Science & Health (J96)

Harvard & UCL Wellbeing Summer Short Course 2021

J96 Harvard & UCL Wellbeing Summer Short Course 2022

Description

The Lee Kum Sheung Center for Health and Happiness at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the Research Department of Behavioural Science and Health at University College London (UCL) are hosting their second annual summer short course, (11th-15th July, 2022), exploring the linkages between emotional well-being and physical health outcomes. The upcoming course will be held in person at UCL. With a target audience of junior scholars (junior faculty and postdoctoral fellows) and doctoral-level graduate students, the five-day course provides attendees with a systematic and rigorous overview of the relationship between positive emotional well-being and physical health, drawing on a variety of empirical methods with careful consideration of measurement issues. The course is interdisciplinary in nature, and will cover topics including epidemiology, genetics, interventions, social determinants, biobehavioural processes, and methodology. 

 

The current global health crisis provides an unexpected backdrop for our work and throws into relief some key issues worthy of attention in the moment. The course, which partially focuses on identifying positive assets that promote health, including understanding critical components that underlie not only well-being but also resilience, is particularly relevant now. This seems an opportune moment to bring together what we know about well-being and resilience, and to share resources that will make it possible to learn more as the situation unfolds.

www.wellbeing-harvard-ucl.org

Attendee CategoryCost   
Standard.£1900.00[Read More]
With Tuition Discount.£1150.00[Read More]

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