News

After several changes

Bill on Professional Associations approved

29.November.2012

The House of Representatives recently approved the Bill on Professional Associations, accepting several changes to the initial proposal that mirror the stances upheld by Professional Associations, among them the Ordem dos Psicólogos Portugueses.

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President attends 1st Congress of the Portuguese Association of Fight Against Lung Cancer

“A bigger effort on promoting smoking cessation is needed”

21.November.2012

This was one of the statements Telmo Mourinho Baptista made when attending the opening session of the 1st Congress of the Portuguese Association of Fight Against Lung Cancer (PULMONALE). This opening session was presided by the undersecretary for Health, Dr. Fernando Leal da Costa.

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OPP is the most recent member of Civil Society's Active Platform (CSAP)

The Ordem dos Psicólogos Portugueses becomes a member of CSAP

21.November.2012

The CSAP, currently composed of 27 nonpartisan associations, financially autonomous and non-religious, was created to help it's members and their contributions to stand out, promoting action in civil society.

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OPP Bulletin

20.November.2012

Following the publication of the story “OPP under investigation for violating personal data”, in today's Diário de Notícias newspaper, in page 2 and cover story, the Ordem dos Psicólogos Portugueses clarifies:

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Access to Psychology courses is still above european average

Number of vacancies in Psychology diminishes 11,2%

09.November.2012

In concrete numbers, since the 2008/2009 school year there are less 1003 vacancies in the undergraduate degree programs of Psychology. Nevertheless, there are still 2484 vacancies.

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Telmo Mourinho Baptista comments on the news on national television

The President stresses the need to create jobs for young people

06.November.2012

The President of the Ordem dos Psicólogos Portugueses (OPP) was on national television (“Revista de Imprensa” on TVI24), on November 4th, to comment on the news of the day.

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