About IPAFounded in 1982, the International Psychogeriatric Association is a unique and diverse professional healthcare community promoting better geriatric mental health – across disciplines, across borders, and across geriatric issues. Psychiatrists, Neurologists, Geriatricians, Psychologists, Primary Care Physicians, Nurses, Occupational Therapists, Social Workers, Scientists, and many other healthcare professionals representing more than 66 countries, have joined together to create a unique community which discusses, learns, shares, and researches information about behavioral and biological aspects of geriatric mental health. IPA promotes research and education, facilitates an international exchange of ideas on Psychogeriatric issues, and fosters cross-cultural understanding of the latest developments in the field. Taking the Path to PreventionThe 2009 Montreal Congress will break new ground by exploring the Path to Prevention - confronting the nearly universal acceptance that age-related problems are unavoidable. Throughout this pioneering Congress, you will be asked to consider and contribute to what will be possible in the field. In addition to all the high-quality scientific updates you have come to expect from IPA, we have added some unique elements to the Congress to create an event that is not to be missed.
Program & Registration
CAGP 2009 Annual Scientific Meeting August 31, 2009 • Montréal, QCTreating The Untreatable? Treatment-Refractory Mental Disorders in Older Adulthood"
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