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WPA: XVII World Congress of Psychiatry

Where: Messe Berlin Jafféstraße, 14055 Berlin, Germany

When: 8-12 October 2017

Who: World Psychiatry Association

This World Congress offers an ideal opportunity to take stock of the state of psychiatry in the early part of the 21st century and share the vision and future direction of exciting developments in the field.
During the WPA Congress some members of our Section (M.Sarchiapone, P.Zeppegno, V.Carli, D.Wasserman) will have a Section Symposium: “Best Practices in Suicide Risk Assessment”. We will inform you about the date! 

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IV Congress of Psychiatry of Bosnia and Herzegovina – Psychiatry and Mental Health:
Dilemmas and Perspectives

Where: Banja Luka

When: 16-19 November 2017

Who: Psychiatric Association of Bosnia-Herzegovina

The main theme of the Congress will be “Psychiatry and Mental Health: Dilemmas and Perspectives” emphasizing the current place and role of our profession in mental health, medicine and society in general.

As a parallel track in Scientic Programme of the Congress, on November 17th, 2017 (Friday) there will be the Educational course entitled “ElectroDermal Orienting Reactivity: a Step Towards Suicidality Risk Asessment“, led by Professor Marco Sarchiapone (University of Molise, Italy) and Dr. Eleonora Gattoni (University of Novara, Italy). The course is designed for all Congress participants interested in Suicidology (max 20 participants) and is free of charge for selected participants who have registered and paid the Registration Fee for the Congress.

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Click HERE to download the 1st announcement
Click HERE to see more information about the Educational Course


2nd Suicide & Self-Harm Early Career Researchers’ Forum

ECRF2017

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Where: University of Glasgow

When: 8-9 June 2017

Who: Suicidal Behavior Research Laboratory

It is open to all working in the field of suicide and self-harm, but it is specifically targeted at Early Career Researchers.

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