Call for Symposia

Submit a Symposium

– Symposium submissions deadline is 15th January 2018

– Oral and Poster submissions due by 19th March 2018

IEPA is seeking abstract submissions for Symposia, Oral presentations and Posters at IEPA 11 in Boston. All symposia and oral presentations will take place 8-10th October 2018 in the afternoon; poster sessions will take place during lunch hours.

All submissions will be considered in the following themes:
Primary Themes: Secondary Themes:
Basic Neuroscience
Diagnosis and Phenomenology
Electrophysiology
Epidemiology
Ethical Issues
Genetics
Neurocognition
Neurodevelopmental
Neuroimaging
Psychopharmacology
Psychosocial Interventions
Public Policy
Service System Development
Stress Responsivity
Substance Use
Translational Research
Anxiety Disorders
Comorbid Conditions
Eating Disorders
First Episode Psychosis
Mood Disorders
Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Personality Disorders
Psychosis NOS
PTSD (Post Tramatic Stress Disorder)
Transdiagnostic Approaches
Trauma
Ultra High Risk/ Prodromal Research
Other


Submission Process

Please follow the instructions to submit your abstract:
  1. Log-in to your IEPA Conference account,
    or- Create a new Conference Account. If you have attended an IEPA conference or submitted an abstract in the past, your conference account is still active . Please use your email address to login (not your IEPA member number).
  2. Verify (or create) your Account Profile. We use your account profile for registration, printing and program details. Please make sure your contact information is current for the 2018 conference.
  3. Make your submission. Follow the instructions within your account to submit a Symposium, Oral or Poster abstract. You may update, modify, change or cancel your abstract within your account at any time until the abstract deadline.

 


Register Today!

Registration is available to anybody with an interest in Early Intervention in Mental Health. Attendees must have an IEPA Conference Account in order to register for the conference. If you have attended a conference in the past, your conference account is still active.
2018 REG RATES Early Bird Rate
By 21 May 18
Regular Reg
By 5 Sept. 18
LATE Reg
after 5 Sept. 18
Consumers, Caregivers & Family
Rate
$395 $499 $600
Student Discount $395 $499 n/a
Member $1,195 $1299 $1400
IEPA Member in IEPA Room Block
$695 $799 n/a
Group Discount (20+) $595 $699 n/a
Non-Member $1,395 $1499 $1600
Non-Member in IEPA Room Block $995 $1099 n/a
Exhibitor’s Registration $595 $595 $700
Social Delegate $95 $95 $150

IEPA Accommodation

Hotel Reservations
IEPA Members save up to 50% off the cost of registration when you book hotel accommodations through the IEPA website!
Westin Copley Place
10 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02116
USA
Hotel reservations MUST BE BOOKED through the IEPA website to be included in the IEPA Room Block and be eligible for registration discounts. Rooms booked at the Westin Copley Place through third party booking sites (such as booking.com, hotels.com, etc.) are not included in the IEPA Room Block, and therefore are not eligible for hotel discounts.
In addition, IEPA has negotiated a discounted hotel rate for conference attendees at the Westin Copley Place in Boston, MA. The hotel, ideally located in the Back Bay, puts you minutes from shopping, entertainment, restaurants, and plenty of things to do in Boston. Click here to check availability and book a room.

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IEPA Early Intervention in Mental Health

IEPA is an international network for those involved in the study and treatment of the early phases of mental health disorders encompassing a trans-diagnostic approach. With its origins in early intervention in psychosis, IEPA aims to enhance awareness of the early phases of mental health disorders more generally, their causes, prevention and the process of recovery. It aims to provide a network for international communication and collaboration between stakeholders.
Membership
Membership is currently free and open to all individuals with an interest in the area of early intervention in mental health. The Association has its origins in the paradigm shift in psychosis services that began two decades ago, and now extends the early intervention approach to all areas of mental health. IEPA welcomes members from all fields of endeavour, and encourages diversity in the countries of residence, professional backgrounds, and levels of expertise and interest of its members.