Call for proposals: EPION’s 2017 conference

Early Psychosis Intervention

What does “success” in Early Psychosis Intervention (EPI) services mean to you?

Join EPION for a two-day conference where we will explore different ways to define and understand success. You will:

  • Connect with your colleagues to share and learn about innovations in EPI practice that help bring us closer to our visions of success as clinicians, program managers, persons with lived experience of psychosis and family members.
  • Find out about the learnings and successes from programs that have implemented new practices, including those inspired by EPION’s recent think tanks on education and outreach, family work, metabolic monitoring, psychological therapies, knowledge exchange, evaluation and monitoring, and psychosis and cannabis.
  • Understand the latest data and evidence emerging within EPI and what it means for clinical practice and how we understand success in this field.

Do you have an idea for a conference session? If yes, let us know!

We are inviting proposals for papers, oral presentations, panel discussions, workshops and poster presentations as we plan for EPION’s 2017 Conference!

Submit an abstract here by February 16, 2017. We will notify you by March 8, 2017 to confirm the results of the selection process.

Questions? Contact Deborah Hierlihy, EPION Coordinator at Deborah [dot] hierlihy [at] camh [dot] ca or 613-546-4266 x 78061 or 416-535-8501 x 78061.