Monday, May 27, 2013, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday, May 28, 2013, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m
A two-hour open forum, with participation from service providers and users, policy makers and clinician scientists, will explore application of this knowledge to tackle challenges posed in service delivery. There will be a poster session where individuals from different early intervention services will present their work.
This conference is designed to disseminate practical knowledge to clinicians, researchers, students, administrators, and representatives from the government and to help translate research into practice and policy, so that young people suffering from psychosis receive the best possible services and increase their chances of recovery.
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Douglas Hall, Douglas Institute
How to get to the Douglas
Parking available on site for 3$ for the day.
All lectures will be given in English with simultaneous translation on demand.
Professionals and employers working in health services, general practitioners, students, researchers, residents, social organization and other professionals working with youth and young adults in mental health programs.
A certificate of attendance will be issued by email to all participants.
This event will be accredited by Continuing Medical Education (McGill).
The period for abstract submission is finished.
Please note that the event is sold-out and we can’t take anymore registration for the in-class event. However, you can still register to the webcast.
Physician and other professional: $350
Resident and student (a valid ID card is required ): $100
Non-profit organization employees: $100
To be valid, all registration must be paid. No reimbursements after May 17, 2013.
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May 1, 2013