|5/1/2021||APsychA National Conference: Finding Equity Through Advances in Mind and Brain in Unsettled Times||May 1-3, 2021. In consideration of the continued spread of COVID-19, the American Psychiatric Association's Board of Trustees determined that it would be unwise to hold a large in-person meeting in 2021 during these public health crises since the APA would not be able to ensure the safety of those participating. In reaching this decision now, the Board weighed multiple factors, including the health and safety of our members and staff, uncertainty about the future course of the pandemic, the availability of an effective vaccine, and the timing of contract deadlines. The Board has voted to hold the Annual Meeting and the Mental Health Services Conference (formerly known as Institute for Psychiatric Services) virtually. The Board and the APA Administration will work diligently to develop virtual meetings that will provide robust, meaningful experiences and high-quality educational programs for all participants while maintaining safety and public health.
|5/3/2021||National Council for Behavioral Health's NatCon21||May 3-5, 2021. "This is your opportunity to boost your knowledge base and supercharge your organization, while networking with 6,000+ peers from across the country. As an attendee, you will get to:
Hear from world-class speakers, like Carla Harris and Johnny C. Taylor, Jr.
Experience a robust curriculum led by 500+ speakers in health care and beyond.
Take advantage of virtual learning opportunities for leadership growth.
Enjoy a mix of TED-style Talks, Ignite Sessions, Workshops and iPoster Presentations.
Access best-in-class products, technologies and services from 200+ exhibitors.
Add more CE and CME credits to your learning portfolio."