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WELCOME TO THE I WORLD CONGRESS ON MENTAL HEALTH:

MEETING THE NEEDS OF THE XXI CENTURY!

7-8 OCTOBER 2016, MOSCOW, RUSSIA

Mental health is one of the most intriguing, complex and persistently relevant issues in the world, which is linked to the most fundamental aspects of human life, and therefore goes beyond the boundaries of purely professional discussion. The I World Congress on Mental Health: Meeting the Needs of the XXI Century will convene more than 500 international experts from various spheres of public health, psychiatry & psychotherapy, psychology & narcology, social security & politics, science & education, art & culture, sport & physical fitness, economics & law as well as government, business & community sectors leaders to open a dialog, to build connections, to increase knowledge, to exchange best practices, and to deliver a concerted stance on mental health maintenance.

Program

The Scientific program will be presented by three thematic fields, including Prevention & Promotion in Mental Health; Treatment & Rehabilitation in Mental Health Care; and Human Rights in Mental Health.

Keynote speeches delivered by experts and executives will be followed by panel discussions, forums, conferences, Mental Health EXPO showcase, social & cultural events. Outstanding expertise and vast experience in the field of mental health, excellent accommodation facilities, cultural attractions of Moscow, a capital of Russia, will be an essential asset for the international visitors.

Moscow

Foreigners and Russians themselves flock to Moscow to see what makes this city pulse. Moscow is busy and fast-paced with its efficient subway system and 11 million people, but it is also steady and reliable with its cultural and historic relics that are an integral part of the Russian consciousness. The Congress participants will be provided with the unique opportunity to get a taste of what Moscow means to Russia through the Congress cultural program.

Venue

AZIMUT MOSCOW OLYMPIC HOTEL is one of the largest business hotels in Moscow, situated in the center of the city just a stone's throw away from the city's most popular tourist attractions. Guests can expect stylish, comfortable surroundings, attentive, courteous service, state-of-the-art restaurants offering gourmet eclectic dining, an excellently equipped business center with a wide selection of special audio and visual equipment (www.azimuthotels.com).

Registration


To participate in the I World Congress on Mental Health: Meeting the Needs of the XXI Century, you are asked to register for the event. Registration is only possible online: www.mental-health-congress.ru.

Organized by

The Congress is organized by the Union for Mental Health of Russia, the Russian Professional Psychotherapeutic League, and the Russian Psychological Society in partnership with the World Council for Psychotherapy (WCP), the Asian Federation for Psychotherapy (AFP), and the International Association on Social Security (ISSA) under the patronage on behalf of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Education & Science of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Russian Federation, and the Ministry of Sports of the Russian Federation.

We look forward to your presence and contribution at the Congress aiming to provide an overview of best practices to invest in mental health all over the world.

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