Institute on Psychiatric Services

October 30 - November 2, 2014

Marriott Marquis San Francisco
780 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA

Integrating Science and Care in a New Era of Population Health 

This year’s theme focuses on the changes in service delivery and everyday practice, in scientific advancement of our field, and in how society itself has shaped our work. Join over 1,500 mental health professionals for this four day event, featuring more than 100 expertly-led education sessions in San Francisco, CA.

meeting app availableIPS app

The APA Meetings app gives you 24-hour access to navigate the IPS meeting and plan your schedule.
  • Search the scientific program by day, format, topic or speaker.
  • Use maps to view each floor of the meeting hotel and exhibit hall and browse exhibitors.
  • Receive real-time alerts from APA, provide feedback on individual sessions
  • Connect with your peers using the "attendees" and “friends” features.Mobile app QR code
To access the new APA Meetings app:

Program highlights and Featured Tracks

 Program Highlighs 2014          diversity-track-image.JPG Integrated-care-image.JPG          Additiction-track-image.JPG
Program
Highlights 
          Diversity 
 Integrated
Care
        Addiction
        Psychiatry 


Additional tracks will include Clinical; Chemical Misuse; Leadership, Systems, & Advocacy; LGBTQ; and Professional Development.  The tracks will be searchable on the Meeting app.

Keris Myrick IPS 2014 

APA President Paul Summergrad, MD will interview Keris Jän Myrick, MBA, MS, PhDc, Director Office of Consumer Affairs, SAMHSA and former NAMI president, on Saturday evening, November 1 in San Francisco.


Who Should Attend?

  • Psychiatrists of all levels including early career and residents
  • Psychiatric Social Workers
  • Peer Counselors
  • Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners
  • Psychologists
  • Behavioral Health Administrators and Policymakers
  • Primary Care Providers

Why Should You Attend?

  • Understand and master the rapid and dramatic changes in the practices of psychiatry and behavioral health
  • Learn about clinical innovations to improve patient care
  • Identify and improve mental health disparities in the community
  • Network with colleagues and share solutions to the challenges you face
  • Earn up to 27 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM
  • Continuing education credit for non-psychiatrists is offered through Drexel University College of Medicine



Be a part of APA’s Leading Educational Conference on Public, Community and Clinical Psychiatry.  

Exhibitor Registration - Purchase BootH NoW

Information on the exhibits program is available at Exhibitor Opportunities.
Contact: Vernetta Copeland, Associate Director | Meetings and Conventions Department
1-703-907-7382 • vcopeland@psych.org



 

  




Registration Form PDF

           

           
IPS prog book 2014

 
      Program Guide PDF 

IPS 2013 Review in Photos!

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