We’re excited to open up applications for the first EHPS Winter School, which will focus on the topic of just-in-time adaptive interventions (JITAIs)!
The two-day, in-person Winter School will be held in Belgium (exact location TBC) on February 16th and 17th and will be facilitated by Prof Felix Naughton and Dr Olga Perski, with additional co-facilitation from Dr Monique Simons.
What is the aim of the Winter School?
The aim of the Winter School is to provide guidance on JITAI development, optimisation and evaluation; share experiences, best practice examples and challenges (including theoretical and practical challenges); support networking and collaboration across EHPS among those interested in JITAI research; identify key knowledge gaps in JITAI research to inform a research agenda; and potentially create a collaborative output, in the form of a position paper or similar.
Who is the Winter School for?
The Winter School is for anyone interested in JITAI research, including people who have just started dipping their toes in the water (e.g., PhD students) and those with substantial experience in JITAI research (e.g., post-docs to professors).
During the two-day Winter School, there will be opportunities to form new working groups to discuss ideas, in addition to mini-clinics to provide/receive feedback on ongoing research. There will be a mix between didactic content (including some guest talks from delegates), discussion, collaborative working and networking.
How can I apply?
If you’re interested in attending, please complete the application form. On the form, we will ask you to indicate your key areas of interest so that we can tailor the content accordingly.