Public Health England looks forward to welcoming around 1500 participants to the Public Health England Annual Conference 2019, representing the wide range of organisations working together to improve the health of the public.
There has been increasing support for the engagement of people who use mental services in the process of policy improvement. It would seem to make sense that those most directly affected by policy responses should have their views represented. This brings in to question the alternate forms of ‘evidence’ that can be used as part of evidence-based practice.
This year, our 4th iCAAD Paris day-conference will address the central theme of addiction and identity.
An opening Keynote and debate will be followed with 9 Master Classes covering important and relevant topics when treating addictive disorders beyond the addiction.
The discovery and development of ketamine and now esketamine as rapidly acting antidepressants has been one of the major advances in the treatment of mood disorders in the past five decades.
Promoting health through the life course means to invest in prevention and to provide treatment and care services whenever and for whoever necessary.
This WHA72 side event explores the realities of adolescence and youth as well as older age in relation to noncommunicable diseases risk factors.
The 2019 NDARC Annual Research Symposium is being held on Wednesday, 16 October 2019 at the John Niland Scientia Conference and Events Centre, UNSW Sydney.
In today's world, advocating for effective approaches to prevention is imperative!
Join SPR on April 25, 2019, for the #PreventionSciencechat with prevention scientists from around the country about how to be the best advocate for prevention science research.
Share successes and challenges, and walk away with more connections and resources to share the vital work being done in the field!