Australian Psychosis Conference – 11-13 September 2023: Nick Goodwin is a keynote speaker!
The Australian Psychosis Conference 2023 is not just about psychosis, it’s about the social determinants of health, neurodevelopment, wellbeing, cognition, family and social connections, awareness, pharmacology, data mining and artificial intelligence, health service management, therapeutic jurisprudence, education and training, and the latest advances in therapy. All this material will be informed and challenged by people with lived experience, clinical and service development experts, and basic and public health research. The Australian Psychosis Conference 2023 is a time to re-group and bridge gaps in our field by bringing research, practice, and lived experience closer together.
The Australian Psychosis Conference 2023 will include symposia partnered with the Australian Society of Bipolar and Depressive Disorder (ASBDD), Biological Psychiatry Australia (BPA), and the Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia (MIFA). Pre-Conference Workshops will be held on Sunday 10 September. The social program will encourage mentoring and personal development.
CCRI Director Nick Goodwin has been invited to be a keynote speaker on Wednesday 13 September in the plenary session ‘Service Models: Innovations and Controversies’.
Check out the entire program here!