10th International Conference on Bipolar Disorders

The 10th International Conference on Bipolar Disorders to be held 13-16 June, 2013, is accepting proposals for presentations at the conference. For the first time in the history of the conference, the meeting will not be held in Pittsburgh, but in Miami Beach, Florida, and now under the auspices of the International Society for Bipolar Disorders (ISBD). Clinicians, researchers, patients, family members, and mental health advocates from around the world will again come together for this four-day conference to share their clinical expertise, research findings, and personal experiences with the goal of improving the quality of life for those living with bipolar disorder. The meeting will take place at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel.

The program will consist of plenary keynote presentations, concurrent sessions, and poster sessions. The concurrent sessions will include parallel symposia, rapid communication sessions, and brainstorming sessions. Please review the complete call for proposals prior to submitting. The Program Committee will be accepted approximately 30 oral sessions.

TO SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT: All proposals must be submitted online. Click here to submit proposals for a parallel symposium, a brainstorming session, a rapid communication, or a poster.

REGISTRATION for the meeting will open in November. Please check the website often for updates, www.10thBipolar.org

For more information and questions contact [email protected]

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