Welcome to the European Health Psychology Society
The European Health Psychology Society (EHPS) is a professional organisation formed to promote empirical and theoretical research in and applications of health psychology within Europe as well as the interchange of information related to health psychology with other associations throughout the world.
Four-day conferences are organized annually at locations across Europe. These provide a major opportunity to present one’s work, to get informed of developments in health psychology and to meet other health psychologists from Europe and beyond. About 800 participants attend every year.
The EHPS produces six publications. Four of these are scientific, peer reviewer journals, and in addition, the EHPS produces a bimonthly bulletin/newsletter (the EHP) and a blog (PHP). Note: PHP, the EHP, HPBM and HPB are open access. To have access you will have to be logged in as a member of EHPS.
34th ANNUAL CONFERENCE
OF THE EUROPEAN HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY SOCIETY
25-29 August, 2020
Chartering New Territories in Health Psychology
Articles & Announcements
The annual Synergy Expert Meeting is organised to provide an opportunity for synergistic discussion between health psychologists conducting research in core fields within health psychology. The theme for 2020 will be: "All we know about physical activity and the...
Applications are now open for Meet the Expert 2019, which will take place during the annual EHPS conference in Dubrovnik, Croatia. For more information visit the Meet the Expert page.
Applications for CREATE at EHPS 2019 are open; for more information visit: https://ehps.net/create-croatia-2019 Please note that places are limited and are given on a first come first served basis. Deadline for applications is the 16th June 2019.
We are delighted to announce the EHPS 2020 Conference will be hosted by our colleagues in Bratislava, Slovakia. Dates: August 25 - August 29, 2020 More details to follow.
Health Psychology Bulletin (HPB) is a disruptive open access journal that encourages full disclosure and explicitly welcomes both direct and conceptual replications, null findings, reports of failed manipulations, as well as empirical papers and reviews. HPB is an...