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GLOBAL MENTAL HEALTH: Research & Treatment Implications In Africa, The Diaspora & The Gulf Region

BLACK PSYCHIATRISTS OF AMERICA, INC.

Sunday, November 15, 2015 at 6:00 PM - Wednesday, November 18, 2015 at 10:00 PM (Gulf Standard Time United Arab Emirates Time)

GLOBAL MENTAL HEALTH: Research & Treatment...

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BPA SCHOLARSHIP FUND DONATION
Tax deductible donation applies to the BPA Scholarship Grants to assist medical students and trainees in attending BPA sponsored educational seminars and conferences. Thank you for your support!
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ONSITE REGULAR MEMBER FULL CONFERENCE   more info Ended $650.00 $36.74
ONSITE ASSOCIATE MEMBER FULL CONFERENCE Ended $600.00 $33.99
ONSITE NON MEMBER PRESENTER   more info Ended $450.00 $25.74
SPOUSE/GUEST FULL CONFERENCE   more info Ended $450.00 $25.74
AWARDS DINNER ONLY   more info Ended $150.00 $9.24
SINGLE DAY RATE CONFERENCE PHYSICIAN MEMBER   more info Ended $225.00 $13.37
SINGLE DAY RATE NON MEMBER PHYSICIAN   more info Ended $275.00 $16.12
SINGLE DAY RATE NON-PHYSICIANS   more info Ended $200.00 $11.99
MEMBER IN TRAINING ONSITE PRESENTER   more info Ended $425.00 $24.37

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Event Details

The Black Psychiatrists of America invite you to join us for the 36th Transcultural Psychiatry Conference in exciting Dubai, United Arab Emirates! We look forward to an informative and enlightening educational meeting with our colleagues in the Gulf Region, Africa, and the Diaspora. This year's theme: "GLOBAL MENTAL HEALTH: Implications for Research & Treatment in Africa, The Diaspora & The Gulf Region" seeks to explore, develop and foster collaborative efforts in the provision of improved mental health care service with respect to diagnosis, treatment and public health policy across the globe.  The conference consists of papers, workshops, panel discussions as well as site inspections of mental health facilities in the host country.  

CME credits to be granted are pending at ths time.  Optional pre and post conference tour extensions will be available as well as local tours during the conference free time.

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION PACKAGE INCLUDES:

Conference Admission Fee

Coffee Breaks

Daily Lunch

Welcome Reception

Awards Gala Dinner

Mental Health Facility Site Inspection

CME Credits (pending) & Certificate

 

 CONFERENCE REGISTRATION PACKAGE EXCLUDES:

Flights (Discounted Fares Availabe Upon Request)

Hotel Accommodations

Roundtrip Airport Transfers

Passport & Visa Fees

Optional Tour Fees

Additional Meals Not Included Above

Travel Insurance (Available Upon Request)

 

FOR HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS RESERVATION FORM CONTACT:  Sebayit@aol.com  

FOR OPTIONAL TOURS & AIRPORT TRANSFER BOOKINGS CONTACT:

4 Corners Events DMC 

Email: abhilash@4corners-events.com  

Please send copies of all hotel and flight reservation receipts to:  docpatnewton@gmail.com

 FOR DISCOUNTED FLIGHTS:

EMIRATES AIR

The Official Airline Carrier for the BPA Transcultural Psychiatry Conference

http://www.emirates.com (Discount Code: EVE6TPC)

For travel and trip cancellation insurance: 1-800-284-8300 or web: www.allianztravelinsurance.com  - Please use ACCAM Number: F021834 when booking insurance

SEE YOU IN DUBAI

 

 

 

 

 

Have questions about GLOBAL MENTAL HEALTH: Research & Treatment Implications In Africa, The Diaspora & The Gulf Region? Contact BLACK PSYCHIATRISTS OF AMERICA, INC.

When & Where


Jumeirah Creekside Hotel
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Dubai, Dubai UAE
United Arab Emirates

Sunday, November 15, 2015 at 6:00 PM - Wednesday, November 18, 2015 at 10:00 PM (Gulf Standard Time United Arab Emirates Time)


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BLACK PSYCHIATRISTS OF AMERICA, INC.

The Black Psychiatrists of America is a professional medical association founded in 1969  to address the mental health needs of underserved and underrepresented populations with particular emphasis on persons of African descent at a national and global level.

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