The Society for Reproductive and Infant Psychology (SRIP) are seeking abstract submissions for their 37th annual conference which will be held in York later this year.
Researchers, practitioners and students are being invited to submit papers and posters on psychological, behavioural, medical and social aspects of reproduction, birth and infancy.
Accepted submission authors will be expected to be available to present their presentation for up to 15 minutes at the SRIP 27th Annual Conference in York, Tuesday 12 – Wednesday 13 September 2017.
The deadline for presentations is Friday 12 May 2017.
Applications for bursaries and awards
SRIP are also accepting applications for bursaries and awards that will provide students, NHS staff and researchers an opportunity to attend the conference.
The bursaries will cover one night’s accommodation at The Principal Hotel where the conference is being held and travel up to the value of £150.
Those who are presenting at the conference, have no or limited funds to fund conference attendance will be given priority.
Awards are also given to clinical and academic researchers in recognition of their work. You must have been awarded your degree to be eligible for the awards.
Prizes include a monetary prize (£250 for Doctoral, £200 for Masters or £150 for undergraduate), conference fees, conference dinner, one night’s accommodation at the conference venue and one-year SRIP membership.
The SRIP 37th Annual Conference will be held at The Prinicipal Hotel, York, Tuesday 12 – Wednesday 13 September 2017.
The two-day event also includes a dinner which be held at the Hospitium, a 14th Century building located within the museum gardens.
For more information about this year’s conference, visit the SRIP website here.
Becoming a member of SRIP is £40 per year (or £20 for students) and includes five issues of the Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, as well as access to the online discussion group.
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