Appearance Matters training school

Bent Egberg Mikkelsen (Oplægsholder)

Aktivitet: Foredrag og mundtlige bidragKonferenceoplæg

Beskrivelse

The training school contained the following topics via lectures, reflective exercises and group work over the course of the 3 days: - The psychology of appearance - Who are the marginalised and socially disadvantaged groups in Europe? - The impact of belonging to a disadvantaged group on childhood, adolescence & adulthood - The social and cultural impact in relation to marginalised and socially disadvantaged groups - How do we reach these groups in our different fields of specialities – education, vocational training, public health, medical settings - How do we assess appearance dissatisfaction in marginalised and socially disadvantaged groups? - Research methods and methodological challenges - Data collection methods & response formats - Case studies based upon clinical and observational experiences The AAU professor, Bent Egberg Mikkelsen, contributed by three lectures including two presentations, Intro to appearance, health status, behaviour and careers in educational settings and How does stakeholders perceice health at vocational school - qualitative results from serveys at Hostebro VOC school and the workshop inequality in appearance Malta November 9‐11, 2015 University of Malta.
Periode9 nov. 201511 nov. 2015
BegivenhedstitelAppearance Matters training school: Assessing appearance dissatisfaction in marginalised and socially disadvantaged groups
BegivenhedstypeKursus
PlaceringVittoriosa, Malta