CALENDAR OF EVENTS
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October 14, 2020
Mind Medicine Australia WEBINAR: Doing More Harm than Good – Why current medicines are not working for the majority of patients
October 14, 2020 –
Join this free, 60-minute online webinar to gain access to insights and learn about groundbreaking treatments to chronic mental health conditions.
In this webinar Robert Whitaker (USA) will explain why current pharmacotherapy treatments for chronic mental illness fail over the long term and the need for innovation to introduce new treatments to combat mental illness.
Robert Whitaker is a journalist who has specialized in covering medicine and science. His articles on psychiatry and the pharmaceutical industry have won a George Polk Award for Medical Writing, and a National Association of Science Writers’ Award for best magazine article. In 1998, he co-wrote a series on abuses in psychiatric research that was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Public Service.
Date: Wednesday 14 October 2020
Following the presentation there will be a Q & A panel with Tania de Jong AM, Robert Whitaker (USA) and Peter Hunt AM.
Book your ticket now! https://buff.ly/3hVtNGO
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October 15, 2020
October 15, 2020 –
Yale RebPsych is a trainee-led conference that examines the intersection of social justice and mental health. RebPsych 2020: Decolonizing Mental Health asks what decolonizing mental health looks like today, and how we can build on these past efforts. We hope to raise questions about the colonial institutions and frameworks that currently inform our understanding of mental illness, addiction, or psychosocial distress.
RebPsych 2020 is an online webinar series, kicked off by keynote speaker Dr. Angela Garcia on Friday, October 9 at 10:15 AM EST then followed by six weekly sessions on Thursdays at 6:00 - 7:30 PM EST from October 15 to November 19. Registration is free and available at tinyurl.com/rebpsych. Dr. Garcia's keynote address, the full program, & more info is available at https://medicine.yale.edu/psychiatry/rebpsych/.
Closed captioning in English will be available and a recording and transcript will be provided to registrants.
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