What is your track in the EPA 2017 
Scientific Programme?

The 25th European Congress of Psychiatry (EPA 2017) Scientific Programme Committee once again have put together an exciting programme especially for you. Below are the 5 tracks* that comprise the initial scientific programme:

Research Track:
Sessions focusing on current research trends in Psychiatry.
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Clinical/Therapeutic Track:
Updated clinical and therapeutic information based on research and linked to daily practice.
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Educational Track:
Updates on developments in the field and exchanging ideas between participants and speakers.
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European Track:
Discussion on common issues for psychiatrists from across Europe.
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Mental Health Policy Track:
Discussion on principles and models for action aimed to promote mental health.
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*Within each track, some sessions are part of the European Early Career Psychiatrists' Programme (EECPP) which
invites recent graduates to participate and which is tailored to the needs of the Early Career Psychiatrist.

Submit Your Abstract

EPA is awarding Travel Grants to deserving abstract submitters.
Don’t miss the opportunity to make your voice heard. Share your findings with renowned colleagues and experts across the field of Psychiatry. The abstract submission countdown has begun, submit yours today. All abstracts must be submitted online by 6 October 2016

Abstract Submission Deadline: 6 October 2016

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