• ICCA 2022

    Oporto and Online, January 26-28, 2022

  • ICCA 2022

    6th International Conference on Childhood and Adolescence

  • Multimodal treatment

  • eHealth - digital health

  • Empowerment

  • Mental Health and Family

  • Co-sleeping

  • Social effects of the pandemic

  • Social networks

  • Volunteering

  • De(institutionalization)

  • Nutrition

6th International Conference on Childhood And Adolescence and 9th Annual Meeting of the Social Paediatric Subcommittee (SPS-SPP) of the Portuguese Society of Paediatrics

The conference has the main goal of promote a discussion on the social issues of childhood, introducing innovative discussion formats which are more open to the active participation of the audience. Besides, the International Conference on Childhood and Adolescence intends to put on an open dialogue researchers, students and technicians from different areas, like Sociology, Psychology, Social Paediatrics, Education Sciences, Social Service, Nutrition Sciences, Sports Science, among others. The multidisciplinary approach is one the great advantages of this conference, which allows the participants to establish contact with other perspectives and points of view, as well as share experiences and knowledge.

Building on five successful editions, with over five hundred participants per edition, ICCA has been gaining notice beyond borders, gathering participants from all 5 continents sharing their experiences and knowledge in an intense and diversified three day program. We’re sure that everything is set so that 2022 edition is going to be even better with new discussions, new speakers and the same will to provide an unique and unforgettable experience.

ICCA is back for another edition at Oporto, Portugal and also Online, between 26th and 28th of January, 2022

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Call for abstracts - 3rd call: until December 12th

Oficina Pré-Congresso

"CONTEXTOS DE POBREZA E TRAJECTOS DESENVOLVIMENTAIS EM BEBÉS"

January 28th, 2022

Language: Portuguese

Keynote Speakers

Alex Beard

Author "Natural Born Learners", Senior Director Teach for All

 

Alex Beard

Author "Natural Born Learners", Senior Director Teach for All

Alex started out as a teacher in London, before joining Teach For All, a growing network of organizations working in sixty countries worldwide to ensure all children fulfil their potential, where he now heads the Global Learning Lab. He's fortunate to spend his time travelling the world in search of the future of learning, and has written about his experiences for the GuardianFinancial Times, and Wired. He presented The Learning Revolution, a three part series on the future of education for BBC Radio 4, and is the author of Natural Born Learners, a guide to transforming learning in the twenty-first century

Chiara Saraceno

Italian Sociologist. Professor Emerita

 

Chiara Saraceno

Italian Sociologist. Professor Emerita

 

Richard Louv

Author of the International Bestseller “Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children From Nature-Deficit Disorder”.

 

Richard Louv

Author of the International Bestseller “Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children From Nature-Deficit Disorder”.


Richard Louv is a journalist and author of ten books, including Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder; The Nature Principle; and Vitamin N.    His newest book is Our Wild Calling: How Connecting with Animals Can Transform Our Lives — and Save Theirs. Translated into 22 languages, his books have helped launch an international movement to connect children, their families and communities to nature.

He is co-founder and Chair Emeritus of the nonprofit Children & Nature Network, which supports a new nature movement.

In 2008, he was awarded the Audubon Medal, presented by the National Audubon Society. Prior recipients have included Rachel Carson, E. O. Wilson, Sir David Attenborough and President Jimmy Carter. Among other awards, Louv is also the recipient of the Cox Award for 2007, Clemson University’s highest honor for “sustained achievement in public service” and Garden Club of America’s 2020 Margaret Douglas Medal for “notable service to the cause of conservation education.” 

He speaks frequently around the world, including American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference, first White House Summit on Environmental Education, the Congress of the New Urbanism, International Healthy Parks Conference in Melbourne, Australia, and the national Friends of Nature Conference in Beijing, China.  

Louv has written for the New York Times, the Times of London, Parents Magazine and many other publications. He has appeared on CBS This Morning, NBC’s Today Show, ABC’s Good Morning America, NPR's Talk of the Nation. Married to Kathy Frederick Louv, he is the father of two young men, Jason and Matthew. He would rather hike than write.

Learn more at www.richardlouv.com.

 

Other Invited Speakers

Alex Beard

Author "Natural Born Learners", Senior Director Teach for All

 

Alex Beard

Author "Natural Born Learners", Senior Director Teach for All

Alex started out as a teacher in London, before joining Teach For All, a growing network of organizations working in sixty countries worldwide to ensure all children fulfil their potential, where he now heads the Global Learning Lab. He's fortunate to spend his time travelling the world in search of the future of learning, and has written about his experiences for the GuardianFinancial Times, and Wired. He presented The Learning Revolution, a three part series on the future of education for BBC Radio 4, and is the author of Natural Born Learners, a guide to transforming learning in the twenty-first century

Carla Rebelo

Psychotherapist

 

Carla Rebelo

Psychotherapist

Psychotherapist and associated member of Portuguese Association of Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (AP) and of Portuguese Society of Psychosomatics (SPPS).

My dream and mission to every patient that seeks my services are to help them visualize the future reconciled with the past and abandoning it and to leave undesirable places from within grounded in an authentic and trustful therapeutic relationship.
Travel, music, theater and literature enthusiastic, I am also a “Run4Living” thus running and marathon is not only a physical exercise but it’s also a metaphor for life.
 

Carmen Sánchez Hernández

Professor and Researcher - Universidade de Málaga

 

Carmen Sánchez Hernández

Professor and Researcher - Universidade de Málaga

Carmen Sánchez Hernández has a bachelor degree in law by the Universidad de Málaga (1990) and has the Premio Extraordinary de Licenciatura. She is doctorate in Law by the Universidad de Málaga (1995) and Full Professor of Civil Law (2000). She was coordinator of the masters degree of Mediation since the Academic Degree 2010/11 of the Faculdad de Derecho de la Universaidad de Málaga until 2015/2’16. Before she was the Academic Director of the degree of Mediation and Extrajudicial of conflicts in the Faculdad de Derecho de la Universidad de Málaga (Academic degree 2003/2004), Expert Title in Mediation (Academic degree 2004/2004); Master in Mediation (Academic degrees 2005/06; 2006/07; 2007/08; 2008/09). Research sections: 3 six-year periods. Faculty sections: 5 five-year periods. Stays in foreigns Investigations centres: Law School of Regensburg University (Germany); Law School of Colonia University (Germany); Law School of Phanteón-Assas University. Paris II (France) and Law school of Lisbon University (Portugal.

Chiara Saraceno

Italian Sociologist. Professor Emerita

 

Chiara Saraceno

Italian Sociologist. Professor Emerita

 

David Lubans

NHMRC Senior Research Fellow DPhil, MSc, BEd (Human Movement and Health)

 

David Lubans

NHMRC Senior Research Fellow DPhil, MSc, BEd (Human Movement and Health)

An early career in Physical Education teaching sparked David’s commitment to his research passion - the design, evaluation and dissemination of successful school-based physical activity interventions.

His work is an antidote to the global pandemic of physical inactivity, the importance of which is reflected by his involvement in almost $30 million worth of research projects.

An NHMRC Senior Research Fellow, David has been a chief investigator on more than 40 school-based physical activity interventions that have benefited large numbers of children and adolescents in Australia and abroad.

Interventions are based on behavioural science theories and socio-ecological models to support behaviour change, and chances of success increased by close inter-sectoral partnerships with government and non-government organisations.

One of these interventions, the current iPLAY study, is being delivered in 135 primary schools in NSW. At a conservative estimate, this program will be delivered to more than 20,000 children.

“Ultimately, my high level goal is for all Australian schools to implement comprehensive school physical activity programs that provide opportunities for all children and adolescents to be physically active within and beyond the school day,” David explains.

Eduardo Castela

President of the Portuguese Telemedicine Association

 

Eduardo Castela

President of the Portuguese Telemedicine Association

Cardiologist and President of the Portuguese Telemedicine Association

Filipa Sommerfeldt Fernandes

Sleep therapist

 

Filipa Sommerfeldt Fernandes

Sleep therapist

Terapeuta de sono infantil no Centro de Desenvolvimento Passo a Passo, Lisboa. Autora dos livros "10 Dias para Ensinar o seu Filho a Dormir", "10 Histórias para Adormecer sem Medos nem Birras", "Comer sem Birras" e "10 Histórias para Comer sem Birras", sendo que o último integra a lista do Plano Nacional de Leitura. Pós-graduanda em Neurodesenvolvimento em Pediatria pela Universidade Católica Portuguesa.

Filipe Glória Silva

Pediatrician

 

Filipe Glória Silva

Pediatrician

Coordinator Neurodevelopment Unit CUF Sintra

Phd in Medicine - pediatrics -"Children´s Sleep Habits"

Member of the board - Sociedade de Pediatria do Neurodesenvolvimento da Sociedade Portuguesa de Pediatria

Geert Jørgensen

Independent consultant and Professional Board Member - Development of social services

 

Geert Jørgensen

Independent consultant and Professional Board Member - Development of social services

I have worked in the social sector since 1979. First at director of a Special School and a Group Home. From 1997 I worked with policy making, and quality development of social services as managing director of the National Organization of Group Homes and Special Schools. 

Since 2015 I have worked as an independent consultant and professional board member.

Member of several boards in the social sector over the years including JCCI (Joint Council of Child Issues) in Denmark from 1998-2007, and President from 2007- 2013. Member of Eurochild Management Board from 2016 – 2019.

I have been a member of official committees on children in alternative care and juvenile delinquency, as well as following groups to research projects on CiAC.

Inês Afonso Marques

Psychologist and Psychotherapist

 

Inês Afonso Marques

Psychologist and Psychotherapist

I like reading and writing. I like laughing and playing. I like the simplicity and authenticity of children. I like the crossroads of adolescents. I like the fascinating  way of the themes of parenthood.

It was early that I decided that it was with children and adolescents that I wanted to grow as a professional. I believe that each child and adolescent has within you a huge potencial and I believe that I have a lot to learn with them.

All future flowers are today’s seeds.

I believe (and experience daily) that each child has within them a set of valuable seeds that watered with attention, love and affection  give the most beautiful flowers. As a psychotherapist I feel an immense satisfaction to, everytime each flower in development need help, contribute, based on strict science for their well-balanced growth.

I face each flower with their own self characteristics as a special and unique challenge in therapy. I seek to translate what so many times it hard for them to put into words. I seek that parents and children feel connected emotionally and full-filled, reducing the impact of  growth “little pains” or “pranks” that the mind and body decide to do to the little ones. One day the garden will be filled with more confident, resilient and happy flowers.

Deadlines

  • Congress

    January, 26th to 28th, 2022

  • Abstracts

    Abstract submission:

    1st Call (early) - until July 31st

    2nd Call (regular) - until October 31st

    3rd Call (late) - until December 12th

    Abstract Results:

    1st Call (early) - until August 21st

    2nd Call (regular) - until November 20th

    3rd Call (late) - until December 27th

    Presentation Files submission:

    • until January 22nd, 2022
  • Registration

    Early - until August 31st

    Regular - until November 30th

    Late - from December 1st

Registration fees

Authors (in loco) - -

€ 115.00

Graduated and Undergraduate Students (In loco) - -

€ 80.00

ANIPIA, SPS-SPP or APS Members (online) - -

€ 99.00

ANIPIA, SPS-SPP or APS Members (in loco) - -

€ 119.00

General (online) - -

€ 110.00

General (in loco) - -

€ 135.00

Authors (online) - -

€ 95.00

Graduated and Undergraduate Students (online) - -

€ 66.00

General (in loco) - -

€ 155.00

Graduated and Undergraduate Students (online) - -

€ 70.00

Graduated and Undergraduate Students (In loco) - -

€ 90.00

ANIPIA, SPS-SPP or APS Members (online) - -

€ 125.00

ANIPIA, SPS-SPP or APS Members (in loco) - -

€ 145.00

Authors (online) - -

€ 120.00

Authors (in loco) - -

€ 140.00

General (online) - -

€ 135.00

Graduated and Undergraduate Students (online) - -

€ 80.00

Graduated and Undergraduate Students (In loco) - -

€ 99.00

ANIPIA, SPS-SPP or APS Members (online) - -

€ 145.00

ANIPIA, SPS-SPP or APS Members (in loco) - -

€ 165.00

General (online) - -

€ 160.00

General (in loco) - -

€ 180.00

Authors (in loco) - -

€ 160.00

Authors (online) - -

€ 140.00

Previous Editions

2017

Oporto - Centro De Congressos Da Alfândega

456 participants; 15 round tables, 5 Lectures, 128 Oral Communications, 104 posters, 14 projects

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2018

Lisbon - Olaias Park Hotel

559 participants; 15 round tables, 67 Speakers, 168 Oral communications, 129 posters, 7 projects

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2019

Oporto - Fundação Dr. Cupertino De Miranda

414 participants; 12 round tables, 62 speakers, 182 Oral communications, 95 posters, 7 projects.

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2020

Lisbon - Ramada Lisbon Hotel

382 participants; 9 round tables, 47 speakers, 201 Oral Communications, 75 posters

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2021

Online Edition

363 participants; 45 Speakers, 190 abstracts.

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2022

Oporto (ISSSP) and Online

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