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2022 Legacy

Legacy of Glasgow 2022 Conference

As you may know, It is with great regret that we had to announce that EAWOP 2022 Congress in Glasgow has had to be cancelled.

We have listened carefully to our delegates and speakers, we have looked at government advice and recognise that as a result of the Omicron variant, there are new and serious implications for travel, but far more importantly, there are potentially very serious implications for the health and wellbeing of participants if the congress goes ahead.
We know that there was huge appetite for a face-to-face event. Over 1300 people have registered and we are sorry to disappoint those who had enthusiastically invested in their submissions and were looking forward to the event. We waited as long as we could in the hope that the situation would improve and allow us to go ahead but it is clear that this is not possible.
Please accept our heartfelt apology that under current circumstances and despite every effort we are no longer able to safely deliver what we believe would have been an exceptional event.

The official Comgress Cancellation Message from the EAWOP President, Frederik Anseel, can be watched here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/dghy5lrwx2gy3y4/EAWOP%20congress%20Announcement.mp4?dl=0


We would like to thank all the people who worked so hard to create an exciting and inspiring congress. This includes our invited speakers and workshop leaders who had put so much into making the EAWOP 2022 programme so stimulating, all those who submitted papers to the event and the many reviewers who helped with decision making. We also thank our sponsors, including the City of Glasgow and the volunteer and professional organisers as well as the staff of the British Psychological Society for the long hours spent developing the congress. 

In this vein, we are currently working on building a Glasgow Conference Legacy Website, which will include all the presentations and workshop contributions to the Congress, as well as the opportunity to virtually participate in the Conference Workshops. 

 

You can consult the Congress Awards here.

 

Please follow this page closely, as in the upcoming days and weeks, we will post updates and annoucements about our Legacy Initiative

 

EAWOP 2022 Workshop Programme – Legacy Events

A number of our congress workshop providers have kindly agreed to run their workshop as an on-line event. Only EAWOP members will be able to book and while preference will be given to those who originally booked these events during registration, anyone can put their name forward. There is no cost to attend but please do not sign up for more than 2 workshops. The first set of workshops to be organised is as follows and this link will take you to a list and description of these workshops.

 

 

21.01.2022 Update

The following email was sent out to all Congress Registrants, describing the submissions process:

 

Dear Registrants for the EAWOP2022 conference:

As you all know, due to the pandemic situation the EAWOP2022 conference in Glasgow had to be canceled. We share your regret for this unfortunately unavoidable decision.

We wish however to give all of you - and all of us - who have worked so hard to present our work in what would have been a wonderful conference, the opportunity to continue to share our presentations with each other. To this end, we have decided to develop a Conference Legacy website, on which to place all your contributions - those that you decide to send to us will be placed on this page.

A first announcement of this EAWOP initiative is here, on the EAWOP website: http://eawop.org/legacy-of-eawop-2022-glasgow-conference. Please consult this web page regularly for updates.

We have now opened the submission system for these contributions. Please follow this link to submit your work: https://forms.gle/EmFDPFNw4TKxdhvo8

Each participant can submit up to 3 documents for each of their accepted submissions. A few words here about what we expect:
(a) For each submission you can submit up to 3 documents:
(b) You can resubmit your abstract in DOC or PDF format if there are any changes you want to make to that abstract (if there are none, you do not need to resubmit, we have it already!)
(c) You can submit a short video file (preferably in MP4 format) with your talk. These videos will be posted on the EAWOP YouTube channel and will be linked to the EAWOP2022 Legacy webpage. Instructions for creating such videos are attached to this email. We also accept PowerPoint with embedded video.
(d) For oral presentations and symposium presentations, you can submit a supplementary PDF file - this can be the actual paper, or any other information. For posters, this file should be the actual poster, in PDF format.
(e) For symposia, we prefer to have the session not as a single recording, but with separate files for each participant. The various videos and additional files (for each paper, the opening by the Convenor and the possible closing by the Discussant) should be submitted separately, by their respective authors. Please see the suggested naming conventions in the attached file.
(f) Suggested time limits for the filmed presentations are as follows: 10 minutes for a paper, 3 minutes for a poster.

Please read the instructions on the submission webpage carefully. Brief instructions for videos is available here

The deadline for these submissions is February 1st, 2022 and the Legacy Website will only contain those contributions received up to this date - hopefully from all accepted submissions.

If you have any questions regarding this initiative or the procedure, please do not hesitate to contact Dragos Iliescu (dragos.iliescu@fpse.unibuc.ro), Helen Baron (helen@hbaron.co.uk) or Ian Bushnell (ian.bushnell@glasgow.ac.uk), working on behalf of our whole community to show what a wonderful conference Covid messed up for us!

The Legacy Team
Helen Baron | Ian Bushnell | Dragos Iliescu