Want to know more about education and training issues in mental health services?
If so, join us at this exciting and highly prominent annual conference The past, the present, the future presented in partnership with the Mental Health Training Forum and Middlesex University on Wednesday 9 September 2009 and Thursday 10th at Hendon Campus, Middlesex University. Please click for more information http://www.pavpub.com/pavpub/conferences/showfull.asp?Conference=846
Following from the previous eight annual conferences, the conference will examine the role of education and training as an essential bridge between research, policy and practice. There will be a critical reflection on the education and training outcomes of modern mental health modernisation agenda including successes and setback as well as taking stock of where we find ourselves today. There will be a number of presentations and interactive
seminars delivered by high level practitioners and commentators including: Andrew McCulloch Mental Health Foundation, Ian Baguley University of Lincoln, Ian Dawson EMILIA programme, Thurstine Basset Mental health training forum, Middlesex Uni. Join us for the exchange of exciting new ideas and privileged access to current thinking from leading academics and policy makers in the field. You will leave with fresh ideas about how to address some of the challenges for education and training.
Our past conferences have been fully booked so book your places quick!
As an educator in mental health - you or your colleagues may be interested in attending this conference - I am happy to offer you a delegate rate of £150+ vat for the two days. To qualify quote GCPAST50. Please complete the booking form and either fax it back to us on 0844 880 5062, post it to the address below or register online at www.olm-pavilion.co.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This offer is only valid from todays date and new bookings and cannot be used in conjunction with other offers.
Marketing Executive - Conferences
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