The Society for Reproductive and Infant Psychology (SRIP) is an international organisation that recognises that reproduction is a complex, challenging and multifaceted area of social, scientific and medical concern.
Their purpose is to promote the scientific study, both pure and applied, of all psychological and behavioural matters related to human reproduction.
You may be interested in their forthcoming event ..
29TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE
9-10th SEPTEMBER 2009
Venue: Copthorne Hotel, The Quayside,
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
SRIP provides a unique forum for the integration of issues in reproduction by individuals working in psychology, healthcare, midwifery, nursing, obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics, psychiatry, social work, sociology, anthropology, and epidemiology.
The theme for our 2009 Conference is “Working with Inequality and Families at Risk”.
For further information, or to request a draft of the Conference programme or a booking form, contact Gillian Weir at email@example.com
Details can also be found on the Society’s website: www.srip.ac.uk
*** There will be a £10 late booking fee for bookings received after 31st July 2009 ***