Social Media and an Update on Internet, Video Games, and Mental Health Among Highlights
The 2011 Annual Meeting features sessions dedicated to the needs of Early Career Psychiatrists (ECPs) as well as special opportunities for ECPs to connect with their peers and APA leadership.
What Have You Done for Me Lately: Identifying Early Career Psychiatrists ' Needs and Resources within the APA, Responding to the Impact of Suicide on Clinicians, and an update on psychiatry certification and its subspecialties from the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology are some of the ECP-specific workshops and sessions offered next month.
On Monday, May 16, the ECP Caucus will host a networking event at the Ala Moana Hotel (1:30 pm - 2:30 pm) for ECPs to meet with their local DB and national representatives.
The APA Annual Meeting held in May provides hundreds of scientific sessions, new research poster sessions, prominent guest speakers, and opportunities to network and obtain continuing medical education credits.
Registration is open for the 165th Annual Meeting, May 5-9, 2012, in Philadelphia, PA. Go to www.psych.org/annualmeeting Visit this blog for meeting updates and special previews in the coming months.
Highlights from the 2011 Annual Meeting held in Honolulu, HI are posted on this blog.
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