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The Royal College of Psychiatrists Improving the lives of people with mental illness

Spirituality and Psychiatry Special Interest Group

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Queens University Belfast Northern Ireland Conference 2018

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Queens University Belfast Building

Dates Saturday 12 May 2018
Time

9:15am - 4:30pm

Type Conference
Venue

Queens University Belfast, The Great Hall

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CPD One CPD point per hour of educational activity, subject to peer group review. Up to six CPD hours per day
Audience This meeting is open to all.
Fees

 

No Charge. This conference is supported by Queens University Belfast.

Please arrange your own lunch.

Tea and coffee will be provided free of charge. 

 

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This exciting one-day interdisciplinary conference on spirituality, theology and mental health brings together two of the worldwide leaders in the field, Prof. Harold Koenig of Duke University USA, and Prof. Chris Cook of Durham University UK.

This conference will provide you with the opportunity to review the current evidence of the impact of Religion and Spirituality on Mental Health, and consider how new innovations can emerge through a visionary, interdisciplinary focus. 

You will have the opportunity to network and we hope to inspire you to consider forming a Spirituality and Mental Health Research Forum in Northern Ireland.

 

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You will need to make your own accommodation arrangements. Accommodation costs are not included in the registration fees.

You may wish to stay in Belfast city centre or the surrounding area - please visit the Visit Belfast website to search for hotels and prices.

You may find discounted rates available on hotels using price comparison sites such as Late Rooms and Otel.com.

 

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Queens University Belfast

Carolyn Blair

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