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Women's Mental Health Conference: Building Networks and Research Capacity

Toronto, Ontario
October 1, 2010

The Women's Mental Health Program of the University of Toronto, Department of Psychiatry and affiliated teaching Hospitals, invites you to register for our conference on Women's Mental Health.

Women's Mental Health Conference:

Building Networks and Research Capacity

Friday October 1st, 2010

REGISTRATION is now open at:
http://www.womensresearch.ca/news/womens_mental_health_conference.php

Space is limited. Register early to take advantage of early bird rates before September 1st, 2010

The conference will consist of a full day of paper presentations, poster sessions, workshops, symposia, networking forums and two plenary panel discussions on Violence in the Lives of Women and Social Determinants of Women's Mental Health.

Our aim is to share ideas and foster knowledge exchange.

The theme, "Women's Mental Health: Building Networks and Research Capacity," is intended to create a forum for women's mental health researchers, educators, clinicians and students/trainees to meet one another, share their research and ideas and forge collaborative relationships. We hope that this conference will foster the development of a strong and vibrant research community dedicated to furthering our knowledge of mental health issues affecting women, with the ultimate goal of improving the lives of women.

The conference will be held on Friday, October 1st, 2010 at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), at the 250 College St. and 33 Russell St. sites in downtown Toronto, Ontario.

Registration Fees in Canadian $

Lunch will be provided

Regular rates:
Early bird  (until September 1st, 2010)                    $50
Late rate (after September 1st, 2010)                      $75
Onsite rate $90

Student rates:
Early bird  (until September 1st, 2010)                    $20
Late rate (after September 1st, 2010)                      $30
Onsite rate $40

For more information contact:
Adrienne Amato
[email protected]
416 979 4296

Program Co-Chairs:
Brenda Toner, Ph. D., C. Psych
Taryn Tang, Ph.D.