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ESRII Conference 2018

Welcome to the 5th ESRII Conference in Dublin, Ireland!

It is our great pleasure to invite you to the 5th ESRII Conference in Dublin. The Conference will be held 19-20 of April 2018. We invite researchers to share their knowledge and experiences on using and developing Internet-based interventions. The aim of our conference is to contribute to the development and dissemination of best possible psychological interventions to help people in need.

THERE IS NO CONFERENCE FEE!

 

Do not miss… SWEsrii Conference 2017

On behalf of the Organizing Committee, it is our great pleasure to welcome you to SWEsrii. This is the 9th Swedish Congress on internet interventions (old “NIFFIT”). The Congress will be held at the department of Psychology at Linköping University on November 3, 2017. We have invited researchers from Sweden and all over Europe to share their knowledge and experiences on using and developing Internet-based interventions. The aim of our conference is to contribute to the development and dissemination of best possible psychological interventions to help people in need. Most congress delegates will be Swedes, but everyone is welcome! We have a maximum of 80 attendees. This will ensure a warm and friendly atmosphere with lots of opportunities for valuable intellectual exchanges among the delegates.

THERE IS NO CONFERENCE FEE!

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ESRII Conference 2016

Welcome to the 4th ESRII Conference in Bergen, Norway!

On behalf of the Organizing Committee, it is our great pleasure to invite you to the 4th ESRII Conference in Bergen, Norway. The Conference will be held 22-23 of September 2016 at the at the Faculty of Psychology, University of Bergen. We invite researchers to share their knowledge and experiences on using and developing Internet-based interventions. The aim of our conference is to contribute to the development and dissemination of best possible psychological interventions to help people in need.

Read more here: esrii2016.org
Any questions? Please contact us at info@esrii2016.org

 

November 6-7, 2015

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On behalf of the Organizing Committee, it is our great pleasure to invite you to the 7th Swedish Congress on internet interventions (old “NIFFIT”). The Congress will be held at the department of Psychology at Stockholm University from November 6-7, 2015.We invite researchers from Sweden and all over Europe to share their knowledge and experiences on using and developing Internet-based interventions. The aim of our conference is to contribute to the development and dissemination of best possible psychological interventions to help people in need. Most congress delegates will be Swedes, but everyone is welcome!

We have a maximum of 82 attendees. This will ensure a warm and friendly atmosphere with lots of opportunities for valuable intellectual exchanges among the delegates. Currently we have 36 presentations confirmed (see conference program here).

Important: THERE IS NO CONFERENCE FEE!

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ESRII Conference 2015

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ESRII2015

17-18.09.2015
University of Social
Sciences and Humanities,
Warsaw, Poland

The meeting was hosted by University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Warsaw, Poland.

The theme of the meeting was “Internet Interventions for People and for Science.”

Polish team succeded to make it the full conference free of charge.

More information on esrii2015.org

ESRII Conference 2013

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03-04.10.2013
Linköping University
58183, Linköping
Sweden

The meeting was hosted by Linköping University, Sweden. There was no registration fee for the conference. The whole idea was to have a low cost scientific meeting. This was possible by using the locations of the University, which is nicely located here in Linköping, Sweden.

The board of esrii served as scientific board. The presentations were organized into topic sessions and there weren’t any symposium submissions. Instead of having keynotes “interactive sessions” took place where treatment programs were displayed.

You can download here the Meeting Information and Abstract Book »

ESRII Conference 2012

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30-31.05.2012
Leuphana Universität Lüneburg Campus Rotes Feld
Rotenbleicher Weg 67
21335 Lüneburg

On May 30-31, 2012 the founding meeting of the European Society for Research on Internet Interventions (esrii) took place at Leuphana University Lüneburg, Germany. esrii is the European version of the isrii; Europe is thus the first continent that has its own research society under the umbrella of the isrii.

The conference was hosted by the Innovation Incubator of the Leuphana University Lüneburg. The Innovation Incubator focuses on how to organize a fair, high quality and affordable health care in the future. Among others, E-mental health is one of the themes being worked on. For that reason a partnership was established with the Vrije Universiteit (VU) Amsterdam, Department of Clinical Psychology (Prof Pim Cuijpers, Prof Heleen Riper).

About 90 colleagues from across Europe attended the esrii founding conference. Many made a substantial contribution in the form of at least 30 presentations, 25 posters or in the plenary discussions.

Heleen Riper (VU/Leuphana) and on behalf of the local organization committee David Daniel Ebert (Leuphana), called all welcome to the first esrii meeting.
Next, Pim Cuijpers (VU) sketched a broad overview of what is happening in the field and the challenges we need to cope with (“How to optimally use our knowledge on effectiveness in implementation”).

‘Mystery guest’ Robert Tait (Australian National University, Canberra) presented a cross-cultural view in which Tait compared developments in Europe with those in Australia.

There were also speakers who had a stronger focus on the design aspects of interventions (“Persuasive design DOES matter!” Lisette van Gemert, UT, Twente), or on the interfaces of computer science that often remains understudied (“What computer science can contribute to E-mental health – Chances & pitfalls” Burkhardt Funk, Leuphana Universität Lüneburg).

Finally, recently completed studies, work in progress and latest developments were presented in order to update the esrii members.

In the corridors and during social events outside the presentations, the familiar, conversational ‘isrii’ atmosphere became noticeable, since many of the conference participants have to face questions in their daily work like: How can interventions, proven to be effective on a small-scale, efficiently implemented and scaled up? What is known about the cost-effectiveness of (effective) interventions? How to translate experiences with E-mental health interventions gained in the field of depression into applications for addiction, OCD, or PTSD?

On May 30, the creation and establishment of the board of the esrii also took place. Gerhard Andersson (Linköpings Universitet, Sweden) became the Chairman. Further members of the board are Thomas Berger, Kate Cavanagh, Pim Cuijpers, David Daniel Ebert, Heleen Riper and Annemieke van Straten.