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10 - 14 Sep 2006 17th International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions Congress 2006, Melbourne
The scientific program will feature International and Australasian leaders in infant, child and youth mental health, who will present new knowledge from a wide range of research approaches; from the social sciences to biology, emphasising both quantitative and qualitative approaches, from epidemiology to contemporary treatment outcome designs. The over-arching theme is the continued endeavours of clinicians to help improve the lives of children and families, relieve symptoms and impairment, and remove barriers to individuals achieving their potential in life. A feature of the program will be the ability to interact with presenters. The Program Committee invite you to present your work and participate in workshops, symposia, brief presentations and poster sessions. Keynote presentations will bring together information and highlight the cutting edge of clinical and research efforts. Venue: Melbourne Convention Centre, Victoria
Contact: Secretariat:
c/- ICMS Pty Ltd, 84 Queensbridge Street,
Southbank, Victoria 3006
Ph: (03) 9682 0244; fax: (03) 9682 0288
Website: http://www.iacapap2006.com/
E-mail: iacapap2006 [AT] icms.com.au

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