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Maudsley Mediterranean Forum, 27-30 May 2019

Since 2007, the Institute of Psychiatry of King's College London has regularly exported its worldwide reputation for psychiatric research and clinical care to the centre of the Mediterranean. Thus, in this tradition of new learning and new experiences, the 6th MMF will provide an update on social, psychological and biological aspects of psychiatric disorders, reviewing both advances in understanding the disorders and exciting new methods of treatment.

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RANZCP Faculty of Psychotherapy Conference 2019 - Sexuality and Gender; Handmaid, Mistress or Partner? 12-14 July 2019

The theme of the Conference is ‘Sexuality and gender: handmaid, mistress or partner?’. In the twenty first century, there has been a massive shift in conceptualisation of these ideas, with profound implications not only for practice and theory, but how we think about human beings. Stable rigid notions are being replaced by fluidity of identification and desire. The conference will aim to explore these concepts and their consequences for the practice of psychotherapy and psychiatry.

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Breaking Convention Conference, 16-18 August 2019

Europe’s largest conference on psychedelic research is being held at the University of Greenwich, 16 – 18 August. We invite researchers at all levels of training to submit a paper at the following address: The conference is interdisciplinary and typically features theoretical and experimental papers from the fields of medical science, physical science, social sciences, ecological science, mathematics, arts and humanities. We host 60 invited speakers and a further 120 speakers from submitted abstracts.

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3rd World Congress and 6th International Congress of Dual Disorders ICDD, 19-22 June 2019

Once again, the WADD, in conjunction with the Spanish Society on Dual Disorders-SEPD, convene you to this major event, to discuss on Dual Disorders, psychiatry and addictions, on the theme: “Precision Psychiatry in Dual Disorders”. This edition will introduce a new Congress model, with an innovative program based on a central track on Neurosciences, in which international opinion leaders on psychiatry will be present, having single‐issue/monothematic tracks, focused on several aspects in Dual Disorders. The WADD is committed to bring scientific knowledge closer, to improve care on patients suffering from dual disorders in any country, by increasing standards in psychiatry, training, education and clinical practice of psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, social workers and other professionals working in Dual Disorders. This International Congress, specialized on Dual Disorders, provides an excellent opportunity to share academic developments, research findings and clinical practice experiences, with delegates from around 70 countries.

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ECSR 2019, the 6th European Conference on Schizophrenia Research, 26-28 September 2019

The ECSR is being established as a platform to present new data and findings of schizophrenia research. Also in 2019, the ECSR will be the perfect forum for scientific exchange on all facets of our motto including remaining challenges and unsolved questions. The critical appraisal of current evidence of precision medicine with regard to psychoses hopefully will also lead to discuss a respective research agenda. By meeting with international experts the conference might even result in the initiation of consortia to collaborate on relevant topics further promoting precision medicine in schizophrenia diagnostics, therapies and care, and in the end translating knowledge into better outcomes.

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