If you go to just one conference in 2017,

this is the one not to miss


ISPS Liverpool 2017

The International Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis

Making REAL Change Happen

www.isps2017uk.org

 

If you are intending to come to the conference but have not yet registered please ensure you do so before the end of June or we may not be able to accommodate you

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We are delighted that we have secured funding for a good number of bursaries

  • For people with lived experience of psychosis, family members
  • For practitioners in the early stages of a career in mental health
  • For Medical students

Details are available at:   http://www.isps2017uk.org/sites/default/files/isps_2017_bursaries.pdf

Please pass the news on to your colleagues

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In a few days, we will be able to point you to many of the 200+ lectures, workshops and symposia that will be taking place in addition to the range of plenary presenters and their presentations that you may have already seen at  http://www.isps2017uk.org/speakers

 

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