IRSS Seminars

IRSS Bruxelles Woluwe

Dear colleagues,

The IRSS seminars are getting a new look! The new academic year, along with positive dynamics of change within the Institute, are opportunities to revitalise our seminars. Here is the news:

1) From January 2020, the seminars will be reorganised on Wednesdays between 12:45 and 13h45, we will ensure that they do not conflict with other meetings and language courses.

2) The time of the oral presentations will be maximum 25 minutes in order to exercise our skills to deliver a clear and short message in a scientific presentation format, as is expected in a congress. Until December 2019, you will have the guarantee that the oral presentation will take place between 12:00 and 12:30, with time for questions and exchanges between 12:30 and 13:00. Then from January 2020, the presentation time will be between 12:45 and 13:15, with a time of questions and exchanges between 13:15 and 13:45.

3) From 2020, we will organise before each seminar a discussion table for PhD students (and future PhD students) which will be chaired by the new President of the doctoral school, Professor Sandy Tubeuf. Each PhD student will have the opportunity to talk about their thesis, progress, strengths and difficulties. This discussion table will be organised before each seminar between 12:00 and 12:45 and will be followed by the traditional seminar between 12:45 and 13:45. These discussion tables will also allow us to identify the needs of PhD students (courses, training, methodology, etc.) and to organise workshops accordingly.

4) A "Posters Morning" activity will be organised in April / May 2020. All PhD students will be invited to present a poster (an old poster already presented at a congress or a new one). A jury composed of several Professors will be present and the best poster will receive a prize (to be defined between 50 and 100 euros) and a certificate !

5) We want to give you the opportunity to podcast (record) your presentations during seminars. These recordings will only be used internally and allow you to view your presentation for further improvement and to share it with people who have not had the opportunity to attend your seminar.

6) Finally, we remind you that the participation of PhD students (like other researchers and academics) is strongly encouraged to show support for others, as well as learn more about the research happening at IRSS. In addition, giving oral presentations at IRSS seminars and at the doctoral day (03/12/19) is desirable and necessary for your doctoral training credits.

For the doctoral school, Professor Jean-Marie Degryse and Professor Sandy Tubeuf,

For the IRSS seminars, Alexandria Williams, Joris van Loenhout, Pierre Smith.

Administrative contact: valerie.vanbutsele@uclouvain.be

Organizing Committee: Joris Van Loenhout Pierre Smith, Alexandria Williams and Alaa Mahboub (web portal).

Agenda:

Day

Date

Speaker

Title

Language

Tuesday

24/09/19

Pierre Smith

Social exclusion of people with mental illness: The widening gap from 1997 to 2013 in the Belgian adult population

EN

Tuesday

08/10/19

Maria Moitinho de Almeida

Mechanisms of hospital resilience after an earthquake: results from semi-structured interviews with hospital staff in Nepal

EN

Tuesday

05/11/19

Marie Vander Haegen

Parent d'un enfant en rémission de cancer: développement d'un modèle statistique et clinique des inquiétudes parentales et de la détresse

FR

Tuesday

19/11/19

Asmaâ SADKI

Les cartes conceptuelles / a concept mapping

FR

Tuesday

03/12/19

Doctoral day - UCL

Doctoral day - UCL

Tuesday

10/12/19

Antoine Christiaens

Heterogeneity of diabetes in older people

EN

Wednesday

22/01/20

Kirsten Vanderplanken

Heatwave preparedness in EU and EU neighbourhood

EN

Wednesday

05/02/20

Ségolène Malengreaux

How could realist paradigm support evaluation practice in health promotion : preliminary results of a qualitative study

EN

Tuesday

18/02/20

Pierre Smith

Stakeholder coalitions and priorities around the policy goals of a nation-wide mental health care reform

EN

Wednesday

11/03/20

Madeleine Capiau

Evaluating the implementation of a participatory self-evaluation program using a realist evaluation framework

FR/EN

Wednesday

25/03/20

Elisa Solano

Canceled

EN

Tuesday

31/03/20

Héline Zabeau

Canceled

EN

Wednesday

29/04/20

Sophie Thunus

Short introduction to the meeting science and intermediary results of a survey on virtual meetings in French-speaking universities in the context of the COVID-19 lockdown

EN

Wednesday

06/05/20

Laurence Geebelen

Canceled

EN

Wednesday

27/05/20

Thomas Ogbu

Change in the crude death rate in Yemen since the beginning of the ongoing crisis: lesson from CEDAT database

EN

Wednesday

10/06/20

wordreference

wordreference

EN/FR

Wednesday 17/06/20 Louis Van Maele Social responsibility of the physician : preliminary results of a scoping review clarifying the concept EN

Wednesday

24/06/20

Hélène Garin

The association of the structure of mentaly ill patient's social support network and care outcomes

EN