9 Top Notch Speakers!
Mario Alvarez-Jimenez, associate professor at University of Melborne and Head of e-Health at Orygen Youth Mental Health will discuss how using social media can foster long-term recovery.
Sarah-Jayne Blakemore, professor of cognitive neuroscience at University College London will talk about the development of the brain and social cognition in adolescence.
Edward T. Bullmore, head of psychiatry at University of Cambridge will talk about Sculpting the Teenage Brain.
Helen Fisher,senior lecturer in Social Genetic & Developmental Psychiatry at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Nuroscience at King’s College London will talk about what makes trauma tramatic… and for whom.
Steven E. Hyman, director for the Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard gives clues from genomics and new approaches to prevention.
John M. Kane, chairman of psychiatry at the Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine and Zucker Hillside Hospital; and senior vice president for Behavioral Health Services at Northwell Health will advise lessons learned form RAISE-ETP and strategies to reduce DUP.
Lessons From the International Community
Over 600 Early Intervention Speakers & Presentations
Stay tuned for a special announcement on a consumer dinner event hosted by the Broad Institute on Monday night at IEPA 11. Tickets will soon be available!
From the Richard J. Wyatt Award to Angelo Cocchi Award, the Future Leaders Awards and the newly founded Larry J. Siedman Award for Oustanding Mentorship, IEPA Members are internationally renown for ground breaking studies and expert leadership.
If you’re looking for a career boost or way to meet like-minded people in the field of early intervention, go immediately to the IEPA conference account login and registration page. You’re bound to bump into old colleagues and new friends in Boston who are just as fanatic as you are in early intervention in mental health.
IEPA 11 REGISTRATION
All speakers MUST register to attend the conference.
If your submission has been accepted and you haven’t yet registered to attend the IEPA 11 conference, we ask that you please register now so that we can finalize the 2018 program and prepare the abstract book for printing. Presenters not registered by 31st July 2018 may have their abstract excluded from the IEPA 11 Abstract Program Book.
Attendees must have an IEPA conference account to complete registration. Conference accounts are NOT linked to your membership number; these are two separate numbers. If you have already submitted an abstract, please use the same email to login.
IEPA Membership Application Deadline
IEPA 11 Virtual Conference
IEPA has been recording conference sessions since 2012. If recording at IEPA 11, all speakers will participate unless they advise they wish to OPT OUT. If you decide that you don’t want to be part of it, you must inform the onsite technician NOT to record your session.
IEPA offers a Continuing Education Accreditation for certain U.S. professionals
Registration is available to anybody with an interest in Early Intervention in Mental Health.
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IEPA 11 PROGRAM
The IEPA 11 Program is available on our website.
The 3rd International Symposium Promoting Recovery of Young People Experiencing Mental Illnesses: iFEVR and iphYs Joint Meeting
Join us for this special post-conference event at Massachusetts Mental Health Center. Registration is $30 and is strictly limited to the first 100 people. Register Now
ABSTRACTS DUE BY 14th August
“Bolts from the Blue”
Abstract Submission Deadline EXTENDED TO 14 August 2018