The Massachusetts Psychiatric Society, in collaboration with the Massachusetts Medical Society presents
Preparedness, Response and Recovery After Disaster
Saturday, October 5, 2019 | 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Massachusetts Medical Society
860 Winter Street
Waltham MA 02451
The collaboration of mental health professionals with their medical peers in the face of disaster is vital for the health of the community. This program will provide medical and mental health professionals with a unique opportunity to focus together on how the combination of their skills can greatly enhance preparedness, response and recovery from disaster. Psychiatrists will get a sense of how one can use psychological understanding and skills in a more supportive and compassionate way to reach out to people who do not necessarily think they need a psychiatrist.
The registration fee for this conference is $150 for MPS/APA members, $20 for residents/fellows/students and $200 for non-members. All registration fees increase by $25 after October 1 so please register early to secure the discounted rates. Pre-registration is required.
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