Institute on Psychiatric Services

2015-10-08 - 2015-10-11
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Associate Director | Meetings and Conventions
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This year’s theme focuses on the changes in service delivery and everyday practice, in scientific advancement of our field, and in how society itself has shaped our work. Join over 1,500 mental health professionals for this four day event, featuring more than 100 expertly-led education sessions.

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WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Psychiatrists of all levels including early career and residents Psychiatric Social Workers Peer Counselors Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners Psychologists Behavioral Health Administrators and Policymakers Primary Care Providers
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Exhibiting at the IPS is an excellent opportunity to reach a professional audience comprised of psychiatrists and other participants with backgrounds in many branches of the healing arts including psychology, social work, nursing, occupation therapy, and others.  The Institute attracts an unusually high percentage of psychiatrists in leadership positions at community mental health centers, state offices of mental health, university clinics and private group practices. Many such individuals play major roles in setting clinic, hospital, city or state pharmaceutical policies.  Many have significantly larger caseloads under their supervision or direct care.  Thus, the IPS provides a unique opportunity to educate leaders in mental health policy and care from around the country.

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