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Sunday, October 7 • 8:30am - 5:00pm
Pre-conference Event: Advancing Early Psychosis Clinical Care in the U.S.: Innovations from the Field

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Evidence-based treatment programs for first episode psychosis (FEP) have increased 20-fold since 2008, with over 200 Coordinated Specialty Care (CSC) teams operating in 49 states.



Advancing Early Psychosis Clinical Care in the U.S.: Innovations from the Field 
Sunday, October 7, 2018
The Westin Copley Place
Boston, MA

A one-day educational conference to coincide with the 11th International Conference on Early Intervention in Mental Health. We will draw together national experts in CSC implementation along with clinicians from newly established community programs.

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Registration includes coffee and lunch. Continuing Education credits are available for an additional fee; participants must purchase accreditation in order to receive certification for the course.

Early Registration (through 6/15/18) $105/person
Regular Registration (6/15 - 9/5/18) $150/person
Late Registration (9/6-10/7/18) $175/person

CEU Accreditation* fee  $50/ 5 credits
*Continuing Education credits are available for psychologists, nurses, social workers and mental health counselors.

PROGRAM AGENDA

The agenda will focus on issues related to sustaining evidence-based CSC, including fidelity monitoring and feedback, measurement-based treatment, strengthening interdisciplinary collaboration, achieving rapid and enduring client engagement, and employing shared decision-making principles.

A panel of FEP researchers and policy makers from Australia, Canada, Denmark, and the UK will comment on recent U.S. progress, and share “lessons learned” from those countries’ efforts to implement early intervention services on a national level.

Featured Speakers Include:
 - Robert Heinssen, National Institutes of Mental Health
 - Tamara Sale, Portland State University & EASA Center for Excellence
 - Lisa Dixon, Columbia University Medical Center & Center for Practice Innovations
 - Patrick McGorry, University of Melbourne & Orygen Youth Health
The meeting will enhance interaction among stakeholders in early psychosis research and clinical care and will build additional support for the EPINET concept of high fidelity, measurement-based care for FEP.





Sunday October 7, 2018 8:30am - 5:00pm
American Ballroom-South Westin Copley Place, fourth floor

Attendees (36)