Become an Associated Society/Organisation
The International Review of Psychosis & Bipolarity (IRPB) invites all psychosis and bipolar associations and organisations to join our network and build a body of information which can be accessed by all interested parties. This network is completely FREE to join but offers a number of ways in which associations can grow their membership and disseminate research and opinion worldwide.
We ask that associations who join our network promote it in simple ways which are appropriate for them. Some examples of how they may be able to do that are included in the Association Scheme brochure below. However, in return IRPB offers substantial benefits including:
TWO FREE delegates and Discounted Registration Fees for members at IRPB
FREE meeting room to be used for up to 2 hours for society meetings of up to 30 members at IRPB. You could run your annual meeting at the conference.
Access to other organizations to learn from their activities
Logo and Link on the IRPB website
FREE marketing and promotional advice
An opportunity to present a paper at the Conference subject to abstracts being accepted by the Conference Chair.
See the Associated Society Scheme brochure below.
Yes! My organization would like to join the IRPB Associated Societies Scheme and in doing so agrees in principal to introduce the IRPB 2014 Conference to our members - please contact us
or complete the following form:
Page Last Updated : 12-11-2013
IRPB 2016 ATTENDANCE CERTIFICATE
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IRPB 2016 POSTER CERTIFICATE
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IRPB 2016 ORAL SESSION CERTIFICATE
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CME ACCREDITATION SERVICES
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IRPB 2016 has been awarded 26 CME accreditation points by the International Forum of Psychosis & Bipolarity.
Delegates should only award themselves 1 CME accreditation point per 1 hour spent at the conference.