Join the International FORUM on Psychosis & Bipolarity (incorporating the Online learning Library)
The new re-launched International FORUM of Psychosis & Bipolarity is an association dedicated to bringing together clinicians, researchers and policy-makers to help shape the future treatment of Psychosis and Bipolarity on a wordlwide basis. All of the membership features have been designed to stimulate conversation and create a collective voice across the different groups working in this area. They include:
An annual Meeting – the International Review of Psychosis & Bipolarity
Access to the Online Learning Library featuring talks from IRBD 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013. The 2012 and 2013 talks have full audio.
The opportunity to participate in one of the IFPB Task Forces. An expert will moderate each group. Discussion will be ongoing throughout the year with a public statement at IRPB 2014.
Access to Verba Mentis, our e-newsletter
Exclusive access to the IFPB Annual Review Publication
Access to the Membership Directory - a network of esteemed Psychiatrists, academic researchers and pharmaceutical companies involved in Psychosis and Bipolarity
The opportunity to contribute to ongoing research projects advancing the understanding and treatment options for Psychosis and Bipolarity
The opportunity to make unlimited collaboration requests
Annual membership is GBP£50.
To make your voice heard JOIN the International FORUM of Psychosis & Bipolarity now.
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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.