8th Geneva Conference on Person Centered Medicine

Person-Centered Primary Health Care

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Announcement and Program Outline

Organizing Committee: James Appleyard (President, International College of Person Centered Medicine), Juan E. Mezzich (Secretary General, International College of Person Centered Medicine), Ted Epperly (Program Director for the 8th Geneva Conference on Person-Centered Medicine), Michel Botbol (World Psychiatric Association Psychoanalysis in Psychiatry Section), Tesfamicael Ghebrehiwet (Former Officer, International Council of Nurses), Jo Groves (Former Executive Director, International Alliance of Patients’ Organizations), Ihsan Salloum (World Psychiatric Association Classification Section), Sandra Van Dulmen (European Association for Communication in Healthcare), Nuria Toro Polanco (WHO), E. Kelley (WHO), and Hernan Montenegro (WHO).

Conference Participants will be clinicians and scholars in medicine and other health fields as well as other interested individuals. ICPCM Continuing Professional Development (CME) Certificates will be e-mailed upon request to all registered participants. The registration fee is 400 Euros for persons residing in World Bank Group A (High Income Countries) and 250 Euros for persons in other countries. Documented full time students and official representatives of patient and family organizations will pay discounted half rates.

Presentation Formats will include Lectures, Symposia, Interactive Workshops, Brief Oral Presentations and Poster Presentations. Abstracts are due February 28, 2015. Each submission should include a title, authors with location and e-mail address, and an abstract text of up to 200 words and two references.

Conference Secretariat: For further information as well as Registration and Abstract Forms, please visit www.personcenteredmedicine.org and write to the ICPCM Secretariat at Int'l Center for Mental Health, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Fifth Ave & 100 St, Box 1093, New York NY 10029, USA. E: [email protected].


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