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    Vacancy | PhD studentship in Outdoor Life (friluftsliv) and Mental Health to the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences. Apply before March 11, 2024

    To strengthen ongoing research within the fields of outdoor studies and mental health, DTEOS invites applications for a PhD-position focusing on mental health and nature-based interventions and programming. More specifically, the pre-defined project will examine the influence of a weekly friluftsliv program that takes place in local nature on young people’s mental health. The academic work will be based at NIH in Oslo, Norway.

    Call for Papers | Frontiers Research Topic: “Protecting the Welfare of Individuals Operating in Organized Sport”. Call ends November 27, 2023

    Numerous positive advances have been made to understand and improve the welfare and well-being of those involved in sport, as well as to raise awareness and education at the micro (e.g., peer-to-peer), meso (e.g., coach-athlete, coach-parent, parent-athlete), exo- (e.g., professional leagues, national governing bodies), and macro-system (e.g., media and societal views) levels. Despite this, these advances have not necessarily been well communicated between system levels or across international perspectives.

    Gymnastik- och idrottshögskolan GIH får 4,7 miljoner kronor till forskning om fysisk aktivitet och psykisk hälsa hos skolungdomar

    GIH får 4,7 miljoner kronor av Familjen Kamprads stiftelse till ett forskningsprojekt om fysisk aktivitet och psykisk hälsa hos skolungdomar. Projektet ska bidra till att utvärdera om förlängda skoldagar med läxhjälp och fysiska aktiviteter förbättrar psykisk hälsa, kognition, skolprestation och minskar ojämlikhet i hälsa hos ungdomar. Bakgrunden till satsningen är att svenska ungdomar rör på sig för lite och sitter still för mycket. Samtidigt drabbas allt fler ungdomar av psykisk ohälsa.

    Stor donation till Institutionen för idrottsvetenskap i Malmö för forskning om mindfulness

    Fakulteten för Lärande och samhälle vid Malmö universitet har fått en stor donation för forskning i mindfulness. Affärsmannen Greg Dingizian ligger bakom donationen, som är gjord genom hans investmentbolag Agartha AB. Syftet är att stärka forskningen om mindfulness vid Institutionen för idrottsvetenskap men även för hela fakulteten för Lärande och samhälle.. Hans förhoppning är att forskningen ska bidra till mer kunskap om psykisk ohälsa.

    Call for Papers | Frontiers Research Topic: “Sport and Psychosocial Health/Well-being after the COVID-19 Lockdown” – Volume II. Call ends January 31, 2023

    The goal of this Research Topic is to investigate: (1) various aspects of association between active living (e.g., physical activity, exercise, sport) and psychosocial health outcomes (e.g., social well-being, social health, depressive symptoms, quality of life, life satisfaction, happiness, loneliness, etc.) as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, and (2) effectiveness of various new/existing means (e.g., social media platform, virtual sport competitions, etc.) on active living and psychosocial health outcomes.

    Call for Participants | Athlete Mental Health & Wellbeing Symposium, Online via Zoom | The New School for Social Research, Friday January 28, 2022

    In the first New School Athlete Mental Health & Wellbeing Symposium, we will bring together scholars, clinicians, and athletes from interdisciplinary, athletic, and personal backgrounds to discuss the status of athlete mental health and wellbeing across diverse contexts, obstacles and opportunities for engaging athletes in mental healthcare, how athletes and the media can work together to reimagine our expectations and representations of athletes and their wellbeing, and ways in which issues of equity and race-based discrimination negatively impact athletes.

    Call for Papers | Frontiers Research Topic: “The Social and Psychological Outcomes of Sport Spectatorship”. Call ends June 30, 2021

    The purpose of this article collection is to shed light on the wider utility of sport spectatorship to achieve social and psychological outcomes in different countries, contexts, and populations. We strongly encourage novel and innovative approaches to researching this topic – notably conceptual and/or methodological aspects that are inclusive and accepting of the ontology and epistemology of the community within which the research is conducted.

    Call for Papers | Frontiers Research Topic: “Sport and Psychosocial Health/Well-being after the COVID-19 Lockdown”. Call ends December 31, 2020

    The goal of this Research Topic is to investigate: (1) various aspects of association between active living (e.g., physical activity, exercise, sport) and psychosocial health outcomes (e.g., social well-being, social health, depressive symptoms, quality of life, life satisfaction, happiness, loneliness, etc.) as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, and (2) effectiveness of various new/existing means (e.g., social media platform, virtual sport competitions, etc.) on active living and psychosocial health outcomes.

    Ledig tjänst | Doktorand i idrottspsykologi med inriktning klinisk psykologi till Umeå universitet. Ansök senast 2020-08-31

    Doktorandprojektet ska undersöka effekter av behandling av psykisk ohälsa bland idrottare. Idrottspsykologiska interventioner har under det senaste decenniet närmat sig den kliniska psykologin och dess arbetsmetoder, exempelvis kognitiv beteendeterapi (KBT). Doktoranden kommer att arbeta med att utforma, genomföra och utvärdera single-case interventioner i samarbete med Psykologmottagningen Idrott och samarbetspartners inom idrottsrörelsen.

    Call for Papers | “Athlete Mental Health and Olympic Performance” | Special Issue of International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology. Call ends December 15, 2020

    The aims with this special issue call are (a) to augment theoretical understanding related to Olympic athlete mental health broadly defined, (b) to encourage diverse methodological approaches through which scholars and practitioners might better understand this important topic, and (c) to provide strong practical solutions that can contribute to the advancement of this topic in the field, through novel, internationally diverse solutions.
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