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Get the latest updates and information on sessions, speakers and events at the 2018 Annual Meeting.

Tips for Your Annual Meeting Experience

With 550+ sessions and courses, there are many session options to fill your schedule. Follow these tips to make the most of the 2018 Annual Meeting.

Applying the Military Model of Leadership to Psychiatry

How is leadership taught in psychiatry, and how does one determine a good leader from a bad one? Ret. Lt. Gen. Mark Hertling will answer this and more during his inspiring lecture during the 2018 Annual Meeting Opening Session.

217 Boxes of Dr. Henry Anonymous

Celebrate the 45th anniversary of the declassification of homosexuality as a mental illness at the theater! Catch the new play "217 Boxes of Dr. Henry Anonymous" while you're in New York for the 2018 Annual Meeting.

The Role of Psychiatrists in Confronting the Clinician Burnout Crisis

Over the last decade, the scope and intensity of the crisis of burnout, depression, and suicide among clinicians across the health professions have become increasingly clear. We have reached the point at which the majority of physicians report personally experiencing symptoms of burnout.

Dr. Elinore McCance-Katz of SAMHSA to Deliver Convocation Address

McCance-Katz will speak about her personal experiences that led to her becoming Assistant Secretary--the importance of being driven by what science supports in treatment, the importance of mentors, the importance of organizations that advocate and support career development.

Guide to the 2018 Annual Meeting

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View the Guide to the 2018 Annual Meeting for courses, housing, travel and other general information.

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