Editorial Team (6/27/2018) -
New Publication from IPPA’s Positive Health and Wellness Division (6/25/2018) - IPPA's Positive Health and Wellness Division recently published the first issue of its new bi-annual newsletter, Chronicle of Advances in Positive Health and Well-Being. The publication will serve as a "reception hall" for exchanging ideas among the division's diverse membership of basic and clinical scientists, practitioners, and trainers. It will share the latest research related to health
Now Available: Positive Health and Wellness Collection in IPPA’s Learning Library (4/19/2018) - IPPA’s Virtual Learning Library houses over 100 videos and more than 150 presentations, available exclusively to members. The Positive Health and Wellness Division now has a dedicated page for content relevant to our mission: a collection of videos from past World Congresses, other conferences, and the Leader Series. Pick a few to watch on your
Call for Volunteers: Positive Health and Wellness Literature Review Project (3/25/2018) - The Positive Health and Wellness Division is conducting a foundational assessment of the research that has been published in the field, and we would love your help! This literature review project is an ongoing initiative that aims to capture the breadth of knowledge available around the world about how positive psychology constructs can improve the
Perspectives from the American Conference on Physician Health (ACPH) (11/28/2017) - Two members of IPPA’s Positive Health and Wellness Division Leadership Team, Kathi Norman and Elaine O’Brien, attended the 2017 Inaugural American Conference on Physician Health (ACPH). Their reports on the event follow. Kathi Norman: Physician burnout, depression, and suicide are unfortunately not rare in medicine. One million people lose their doctor to suicide each year
Positive Health Psychology Data Extravaganza Reprise (11/9/2017) - At the Fifth World Congress on Positive Psychology, the Health and Wellness Division of IPPA organized a symposium titled Positive Health Psychology Data Extravaganza. Presenters from this symposium recorded a reprise of their presentations in Fall 2017 to share here with IPPA members. Please enjoy this video with data from the researchers listed below.
Call for Submissions: The Chronicle for Advances in Positive Health and Well-being (10/24/2017) - IPPA's Positive Health and Well-Being Division welcomes submissions to its new, forthcoming periodical, The Chronicle of Advances in Positive Health and Well-Being. This publication is dedicated to sharing with its members the latest research related to the current body of knowledge on health maintenance, total well-being, and illness prevention. Submissions might include: Abstracts of current studies and research reviews Book
Recap: Positive Health & Wellness Division Sessions at the Fifth World Congress on Positive Psychology (8/14/2017) - At the Fifth World Congress on Positive Psychology, the Positive Health & Wellness Division (PH&W) sponsored three major events full of robust research findings and key takeaways. Read on to learn more (or review) what was covered in the field of positive health and health sciences. Positive Health Psychology Data Extravaganza Six groups of
Contributions to Positive Health Award Lecture, Judith Moskowitz, Ph.D. (8/13/2017) - Contributions to Positive Health Award Lecture: Positive Affect Intervention to Help People Cope with Health-Related Stress: Progress, Promise, and Lessons Learned Judith Moskowitz, Ph.D. Northwestern University The International Positive Psychology Association's Positive Health and Wellness Division gives the “Contributions to Positive Health” Award to recognize individuals with long and distinguished careers who have made a
Health and Wellness Town Hall Recording: June 29, 2017 (8/13/2017) - On June 29, 2017, the leadership team of the Health and Wellness Division held a virtual Town Hall meeting about the division's programming and goals for the year ahead. You can now view the recording of the Town Hall below, and are invited to join the conversation in the comments.