The International Review of Psychosis & Bipolarity (IRPB) is the world's largest international annual conference focusing on Psychosis & Bipolarity. In 2013, worldwide leading experts and delegates from more than 40 countries were in attendance, making it a truly international community.
The organisers of the conference would like to extend their thanks to all involved in making IRBD 2013 such a huge success.
Abstracts will be published in the journal International Clinical Psychopharmacology.
The International Review of Psychosis & Bipolarity will take place from 9 - 12 May 2014.
If you would like to help shape the future of IRPB join the International Scientific Advisory Committee. The committee already comprises over 50 highly respected professionals from across the world. However, we are always looking to extend that group.
The programme will continue to be multi-tracked enabling it to offer a depth and range of information unparalleled in bipolar conferences. Expert review sessions will be delivered by the world’s experts on new developments in bipolar disorder’s epidemiology, diagnosis, pathology and treatment.
We welcome the chance to form partnerships with other associations in this area to extend understanding and dialogue worldwide. With that in mind we invite regional societies and organisations to take advantage of our Associated Society Scheme. Associated societies are entitled to an extensive list of FREE benefits ranging from free promotion to the IRPB audience and room availability, to discounted delegate places. The Associated Society Scheme outlines the benefits in detail.
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