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Join the biggest humanities event in the mental health discourse Available types of participation panel proposals oral presentations posters listeners Phenomenology and Mental Health Network
Open Seminars in Philosophy and The deadline for submissions is 30 Psychiatry Foundation is honored to host August 2019. Deadlines for reduced the 21st Annual Conference of the fees are March 31 and June 30. International Network for Philosophy and Psychiatry ‘Experts in Mental Health’ that The invitation to take part in the 21st will take place from 22 to 24 October 2019 Annual Conference INPP 2019 is open in Staszic Palace, Warsaw. to researchers, professionals, and persons working and/or interested in We invite panel proposals, oral the field of mental health, including presentations as well as posters. philosophers, sociologists, historians, psychiatrists, psychologists, thera- 90 minutes panel proposals should include pists, medical doctors, nurses, etc. a chair plus a maximum of 3 participants. Oral presentations should not exceed 30 Workshops and accompanying minutes including discussion. events will take place in Warsaw and other cities during the conference and For each type of participation please for a few days after. Gala and artistic submit an abstract of 200-500 words part is scheduled for the second day via the online registration form. of the conference. www.osfp.org.pl/inpp2019 email@example.com
Specific Topics 1) Expertise in mental health (psychiatrists, psychotherapists, social workers, experts by experience); transcultural expertise; pseudo-expertise (Strassendiagnose); the abuse of expertise; developing skills in decision- making, diagnosis and treatment; expertise and responsibility; the history of psychiatric expertise; 2) The role of diagnostic categories: systems of classification and their role in diagnosis; scientific status of psychiatric knowledge; neuroscientific basis of diagnosis; new psychopathologies; 3) Psychiatric patients: patients as experts; psychiatric users’ movements; peer-support services; recovery and self-help movements; 4) Cultures of healing and psychiatric models: methodological pluralism; diversity and mental health; psychodynamic, existential-phenomenological, behavioral, and ecological perspectives in psychiatry; psychodynamic schools; open dialogues; cognitive sciences models; 5) Psychiatry and values: ethical codes and dilemmas in mental health; the ethics of psychopharmacology; neuropsychiatric ethics; values-based practice; ethical perspectives on suicide; 6) Critical perspectives: antipsychiatry, postpsychiatry; mental illness and spiritual and religious experience; the abuse of expertise; 7) Psychiatry and philosophical practice: philosophy as therapy; phenomenology and mental health; philosophy for mental health care; 8) Representations of madness: literature, fine arts, cinema, theatre, and popular culture;
INPP Founding Officers: Bill Fulford - University of Oxford John Sadler - UT Southwestern Medical Center Giovanni Stanghellini - University of Chieti Chairs of the Organising Committee: Krystyna Bielecka - University of Warsaw Agnieszka Brejwo - University of Warsaw Marcin Moskalewicz - Poznan University of Medical Sciences, University of Oxford Andrzej Kapusta - Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, OSFP Foundation Mira Marcinów – Polish Academy of Sciences Jakub Tercz – OSFP Foundation, University of Warsaw (President of the Org. Cmte) Confirmed Keynote Speakers: Bogdan de Barbaro - Jagiellonian University Medical College Andrzej Czernikiewicz - Maria Curie-Skłodowska University Paweł Dybel - Polish Academy of Sciences Thomas Fuchs - University of Heidelberg Leonor Irarrázaval - University of Heidelberg Paweł Łuków - University of Warsaw Michael Musalek - Anton Proksch Institute Marcin Miłkowski - Polish Academy of Sciences Jean Naudin - University of the Mediterranean Zofia Rosińska - University of Warsaw Louis Sass - Rutgers University Michael A. Schwartz - Texas A&M Health Science Center Drozdstoy Stoyanov - Plovdiv Medical University Jacek Wciórka – Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology in Warsaw Szymon Wróbel - Polish Academy of Sciences Peter Zachar - Auburn University at Montgomery Team
Conference Fees PLN currency Till the end of Till the end of Till the end of August March June Standard Fee (for panel, oral and 700 850 1000 poster presentations)* Standard Fee (for poster 500 650 800 presentation) * Undergraduate, postgraduate 400 500 600 students (for speakers and chairs of panels) * Undergraduate, postgraduate 300 400 500 students (for poster presentations) * Each workshop ** +150 +150 +150 Passive participation (without 200 250 300 poster / lecture / workshop / panel) for all days*** Passive participation (without 100 150 200 poster / lecture / workshop / panel) for one day*** * The registration fee includes access to the plenary, satellite and poster sessions, delegate’s kit, certificate of attendance, conference lunches and coffee breaks, together with Gala Dinner and Artistic Part. ** Workshops are available for both speakers and passive listeners by separate registration form. Detailed information on the workshops will be published successively. *** Fee includes: delegate’s kit (book of abstracts, certificate of attendance, souvenir etc.), refreshments breaks and lunches, welcome cocktail, entrance to the conference plenary, satellite and poster sessions. Workshops attendance must be registered and paid separately.
Workshops and Accompanying Events Workshops available for both active participants and passive listeners will be organized during INPP 2019 and for a few days after. The cost of each workshop is 150 PLN. It is mandatory to register on-line. We are also planning accompanying events in other cities. On the second day of the conference all participants are welcome to the event Gala Party – included in the conference fee! To stay up to date with all INPP 2019 news please follow the INPP Facebook Event and visit regularly the official Conference website. www.osfp.org.pl/inpp2019 Program All news about Polish and International guests, keynote speakers, lec poster sessions as well as available workshops and accompanying even successively on our website and INPP 2019 Facebook event page.
INPP 2019 Venue Staszic Palace 72 Nowy Świat, Warsaw, Poland The history of the Staszic Palace dates to 1620. In 1818 the building was purchased by Stanisław Staszic, a leader of the Polish Enlightenment, who ordered its renovation in a neoclassical style. Afterawrds Staszic transferred the building to the Society of Friends of Science, the first Polish scientific organization. The Staszic Palace is now the headquarters of the Polish Academy of Sciences, which includes, inter alia, the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology. The palace also houses the headquarters of other scientific institutions, such as the Polish Phenomenological Association.
For sponsors We invite companies, non-profit organizations and individual sponsors to INPP 2019 conference. We can associate your brand with the most important world event in the intersection of humanities and mental health practice that will gather researchers from all man-inhabited continents. The INPP 2019 could mean for you: Advertisement in promotional materials, both on-line and real INPP promotional movie with your logotype Your logo in hundreds of international emails – both individual and institutional Your mark in dozens of Facebook post Cooperation with non-profit Time for your lecture during the event organization Exhibition table boosts social Roll up, banners and other material advertisement 200 inserts to delegates` kits responsibility of your business Diploma with official acknowledgement Package of 20 photos Information about you in a memorial film All conditions are set individually. To contact us and create your offer: firstname.lastname@example.org.
International Network for Philosophy and Psychiatry provides a collaborative research and education forum to support organisations and individuals involved in conceptual and ethical work in psychiatry and related disciplines. INPP is a registered international charity (Charity Commission no. 1101747). Key Activities: Aims of the Network: ● To support educational, Publishing: INPP has its own book series: research, policy and service International Perspectives in Philosophy and initiatives in mental health Psychiatry, published by Oxford University Press. that are based on valuing The cross-disciplinary field of philosophy and individual and cultural psychiatry is also well served by the journal PPP: differences and respecting Philosophy, Psychiatry & Psychology published by diversity Johns Hopkins University Press. ● To contribute to such Meetings: INPP functions to coordinate initiatives through rigorous international meetings. Such meetings are philosophical and cross- planned and promoted by the Network by mutual agreement between the members, playing a disciplinary work on the facilitative rather than executive role. As well as concepts guiding mental promoting its own core meetings, the Network health practice promotes and supports other relevant ● To facilitate collaborative conferences. learning through exchange of Education: INPP provides a forum for the ideas, experience, knowledge exchange of ideas, initiatives and experience of and skills teaching and learning in the cross-disciplinary ● To work with national, local field of philosophy and mental health. This and subject-based organi- includes the exchange of information about sations with appropriate aims, courses and seminars, and access to educational in developing and strengthe resources including literature databases. ning their unique identities Research: INPP functions to provide a resource of information and contacts for people working in and coming into the cross-disciplinary field. Photos credits of the INPP Annual Conference 2019 Folder: page 1 – Eliasz Robakiewicz; pages 2-5, 8-10 – Maryla Boguszewska; page 6 – Jakub Tercz; page 7: top – Wikimedia Commons, down – Polish Academy of Sciences All photos (except on page 7) were taken during OSF-P Foundation events and are its property.
The Open Seminars on Philosophy and Psychiatry Foundation was officially registered as a non-profit organisation in the middle of the 2018, but as an informal group operated since April 2015, when the first conference from the Open Seminars on Philosophy and Psychiatry series was arranged. Since that time we hosted seven conferences and organized many discussion meetings, lectures, panels and workshops in Poland, gathering about 100 speakers and over 1000 participants. We oparate in Warsaw and Lublin. Our main aim is to integrate the Among others, we are the partner of The research community in the Mental Health Congress that strives for humanities / social sciences, psy- implementation of the National Mental chiatrists, therapist, people with Health Protection Program (NPOZP) in mental issues experiences and all Poland, a regular partner and co- citizens in order to make a change organizer of PsychoCinema series in social awareness toward more (Lublin, 2015-) and the main partner of open, reflexive and inclusive nationwide Polish project of Standards direction. We are convinced that the of the Mental Health. We also initiated mental health problems concern all the theater group „Crisis” run by people of us and are not just private, but with mental issues. We also provide social and global issues, and can not charity help for Children and Adolescent be solved without ethical and Department, psychiatric hospital ward in philosophical reflection. Lublin (Abramowice). Open Seminars on Philosophy and Psychiatry Foundation 36 Komisji Edukacji Narodowej Ave, Ofc. 112B Warsaw, 02-797 Poland email@example.com www.osfp.org.pl/english
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