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International Congress of the Royal College of Psychiatrists 2012 (RCPSYCH 2012)

The deadline for submissions is Friday, 27 April 2012 at midnight GMT

 

International Congress Welcome Message 2012
‘Liverpool is the pool of life, it makes to live’
Jung, Memories, Dreams, Reflections


Jung dreamt of visiting Liverpool and seeing a magnolia tree in an island in a pool in the centre of
the City. The dream led him to understand the healing function of the self and he recorded that
‘Without such a vision I might perhaps have lost my orientation and been compelled to abandon
my undertaking’. As a result a statue of Jung stands in Matthew Street in Liverpool.
We welcome you to the International Congress in 2012 and to share in the inspiration and vision the
city of Liverpool brings. As always our programme strives for scientific rigour and to lead the way in
developing clinical excellence and promoting best practice.
We are committed to ensuring that attendees leave with an improved understanding of psychiatry
and mental health and the interactions between mental health, neuroscience and the social and
cultural context in which people live.
Jung’s idea that the ring represents the human being motivated de Coubertin to create the
Olympic symbol of 5 interlocking rings. On this Olympic year we pay particular attention to the
relationship between mental health and physical health with up dates in new science, clinical skills
and neurology.
As always the Congress fee includes attendance at all sessions and workshops and all refreshments.
We continue with the hugely popular trainees stream and the trainees coffee lounge will be open
throughout the Congress.
The Congress is eligible for both CPD and CME points.
Jung described his dream visit to Liverpool as an act of evidence based education and enlightenment;
enjoy!
Helen Miller and Nick Craddock
Co-chairs of the organising committee

 

The congress programme offers streams on new research, psychopharmacology, neuropsychiatry, and new science amongst others.

 

The Congress has been approved for 24 CPD hours and 24 CME credits by EACCME.

EACCME credits are recognized by the AMA.

 

Early bird rates are available until 30 March

 

Enquiries: congress@rcpsych.ac.uk


Sponsored by: Royal College of Psychiatrists

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