Registration for the 2023 APA Annual Meeting in San Francisco is open! Join us in the "Golden Gate City," starting May 20 until May 24 to take part in engaging sessions, lively exhibit hall, and networking opportunities.
The new year is upon us and that means the Annual Meeting is just around the corner! This year, join us in San Francisco, California starting May 20 until May 24.
All virtual-only Annual Meeting registrants will receive access to a complimentary On Demand package of 20 sessions following the Virtual Annual Meeting.
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At this session, APA CEO and Medical Director Saul Levin, M.D., M.P.A. will honor Dr. Fryer's memory and this moment with an interview with civil rights activist Jim Obergefell, the named plaintiff from the landmark marriage equality case Obergefell v. Hodges.
These sessions, presented by the SAMHSA and SMI Adviser, will explore strategies and tools for treating patients with serious mental illness
Burnout is a serious concern for residents and physicians alike, and much more prevalent as clinicians and staff have been stretched thin with pandemic-related care.
The integration of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)-related topics in clinical psychiatry has gained momentum in recent years as health inequities have attained wider recognition.
The past two years have taught us that digital tools, such as telepsychiatry and apps, are critical to effective patient care in modern clinical settings.