American Psychiatric Association, Annual Meeting, May 1-3, 2021, Finding Equity THrough Mind and Body

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The premier psychiatry event of the year, hosted online May 1-3. Pre-Conference Expo on April 30.

Covering the full breadth of psychiatric topics with a focus on the most pressing issues facing your practice and patients.

2021 Theme

Finding Equity Through Advances in Mind & Brain in Unsettled Times

Featured Lectures + Speakers


Anthony Fauci, M.D.

NIAID Director + Chief Medical Advisor to the President

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Isabel Wilkerson

Pulitzer Prize Winner + Critically Acclaimed Author

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Robert M. Sapolsky, Ph.D.

Author, Stress Expert, Biologist + Neuroscientist

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Featured Topics

The program includes a breadth of topic areas, covering all domains within psychiatry.

Attendees will find a special emphasis on sessions responding to this year's meeting theme, "Finding Equity Through Advances in Mind & Brain in Unsettled Times," with topics that include: Diversity and Health Equity (Structural Racism and Health Disparities); Global, Political, and Social Issues (Coronavirus/COVID-19 and Climate Change); Community Psychiatry; and Technology (Telepsychiatry), among many others.