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The 2009 World Mental Health Congress of the World Federation for Mental Health to be held in Athens, Greece, 2-6 September 2009.

Invitation
Committees
Program Overview
Scientific Program Information
Abstract Submission
Congress Information
Registration Fees
Hotel Accommodation
Social Events
Daily Optional Tours
Registration & Reservation Form
Key Dates
Optional Tours for pre or post Congress period



Invitation

Dear Friends:

We are pleased to extend a most cordial invitation to attend the 2009 World Mental Health Congress of the World Federation for Mental Health to be held in Athens, Greece, 2 – 6 September 2009.

The great historic capitals of the world are those endowed with light, color and brilliance, bring the past to life, enhance the present, and stamp their mark on the future. Modern Athens is a vibrant city with great appeal and charm. The city of Athens today combines the historic and cultural tradition of the past with the dynamic and financial strength of the future. We must not forget that it is in this very land that Socrates and Plato set the principles of Psychosomatics, Hippocrates taught the Ethics of Medicine and Aristotle advocated virtue-based ethics in medical (and psychiatric) practice.

Athens provides the perfect venue for the 2009 World Mental Health Congress of the World Federation for Mental Health in the 61st year of the Federation’s efforts to make mental health a global priority.

The 2009 Congress theme, "Working Together for Mental Health", reflects WFMH’s call to action to "Make Mental Health a Global Priority" and recognizes the crucial role of informed, concerted, and coordinated advocacy across the entire mental health movement – consumers and service users, family members and carers, professionals, citizen advocates, and the informed public – if mental health and mental illnesses are to gain the attention and priority needed. The 2009 World Congress will provide numerous opportunities for participants to gain new information and skills, to strengthen current networks and build new ones, to share their own knowledge and experiences and to become actively engaged in the global mental health movement.

Highlights of the Congress Program include a Congress Forum to review the impact of The Lancet Series on Global Mental Health, the biennial WFMH Margaret Mead, George Albee, and Mary Hemingway-Rees memorial lectures and the first WFMH Mental Health Consumers Lecture, a host of special issue symposia, and a special plenary session to introduce the 2009 World Mental Health Day global awareness campaign.

The Society of Preventive Psychiatry, the Hellenic Psychiatric Association, and the World Federation for Mental Health are pleased to be collaborating on the planning and organizing of the 2009 World Mental Health Congress. Your attendance and participation are cordially invited and we look forward to welcoming you to one of the great cities of the world and to the Congress.

Prof. George Christodoulou
President, Society of Preventive Psychiatry,
Honorary President, Hellenic Psychiatric Association

Prof. John Copeland
President, World Federation for Mental Health

Preston Garrison
Secretary General & Chief Executive Officer, World Federation for Mental Health

Prof. Nikolaos Tzavaras
President, Hellenic Psychiatric Association


Committees

Organizing Committee

Congress President: George Christodoulou (Greece) 
 

Members

Mohammed Abou-Saleh (UK)
 
Dimitrios Anagnostopoulos (Greece)
 
Maan Barry (Yemen)
 
Elena Berger (USA)
 
Gabriela Camara (Mexico)
 
John Copeland
(United Kingdom)
 
Ingrid Daniels (South Africa)
 
Tony Fowke
(Australia)
 
L. Patt Franciosi (USA)
 
Preston J. Garrison (USA)
 
Ioannis Giouzepas (Greece)
 
Helen Herrman (Australia)
 
Sylvester Katontoka (Zambia)
 
Constantine Kollias (Greece)
 
Vassilios Kontaxakis (Greece)
 
Deborah Maguire (USA)
 
Janet Meagher (Australia)
 
Juan Mezzich (USA)
 
Helen Millar (Scotland)
 
Roger Montenegro (Argentina)
 
Charles G. Ray (USA)
 
Irene Siouti (Greece)
 
Shona Sturgeon (South Africa)
 
Vassilios Tsipas (Greece)
 
Nikolaos Tzavaras (Greece)
 
Deborah Wan (Hong Kong)


World Federation for Mental Health

2007-09 Executive Committee
President, John Copeland - UK
President Elect, Anthony Fowke - Australia
Corporate Secretary,  Brian Howard - Ireland
Immediate Past President,  Shona Sturgeon - South Africa
Treasurer,  Charles G. Ray - USA
Vice President Constituency Development,  Shridhar Sharma - Australia
Vice President Program Development,  L. Patt Franciosi - USA

2007-09 Regional Vice-Presidents
AFRICA,  Felicien Ntone-Enyime, MD- CAMEROON
ASIA PACIFIC, Deborah Wan  - Hong Kong
EASTERN MEDITERANEAN,  Haroon Chaudhry, MD - PAKISTAN
EUROPE, Helen L. Millar, MD - SCOTLAND
LATIN AMERICA, Roger Montenegro, MD - ARGENTINA
NORTH AMERICA, Richard Studer - UNITED STATES
OCEANIA,  Helen Herrman, MD - AUSTRALIA

Directors

AFRICA
Sylvester Katontoka - ZAMBIA
Elizabeth Matare - SOUTH AFRICA
Brian Robertson, MD - SOUTH AFRICA
 
ASIA PACIFIC
W. T. Soong, MD - TAIWAN

EUROPE
Mohammed Abou-Saleh, MD - UNITED KINGDOM
George Christodoulou, MD - GREECE
Raluca Nica - ROMANIA

LATIN AMERICA
Gabriela Camara - MEXICO
Mercedes Rivas-Torres, MD - COSTA RICA

2007 - 2009 Nominating Committee

AFRICA
Shona Sturgeon (Chair) - SOUTH AFRICA

ASIA PACIFIC
Kazuyoshi Yamamoto, MD - JAPAN

EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN
Maan Barry, PhD - YEMEN

EUROPE
Leo de Graaf, MD - NETHERLANDS

LATIN AMERICA
Miguel Jorge, MD - BRAZIL

NORTH AMERICA
William McPhee - CANADA

OCEANIA
Janet Meagher - AUSTRALIA
   
SENIOR CONSULTANT
Eugene B. Brody, MD

SENIOR CONSULTANT WFMH
Collaborating Centers, Max Abbott, MD

LEAD REPRESENTATIVE UNITED NATIONS – NEW YORK, Nancy Wallace, MSW

LEAD REPRESENTATIVE UN AND WHO – GENEVA,  Myrna Lachenal-Merritt

Staff at the WFMH Secretariat
Preston J. Garrison, Secretary-General & Chief Executive Officer
Elena Berger, Director, WFMH Office for Promotion of Mental Health and Prevention in Mental Disorders
Deborah Maguire, Director, Mental Health Awareness and Information Services
Betty Z. Jones, Executive Assistant & Membership Services
Diane Tacker, Financial and Administrative Assistant


Program Overview

Scientific Program Information

Abstract Submission

Congress Information

Registration Fees

Hotel Accommodation

Social Events

Daily Optional Tours

Registration & Reservation Form

Optional Tours for pre or post Congress period


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Deadline for abstract submission:  February 2, 2009

Notification of acceptance of Abstracts:  April 15, 2009

Deadline for early registration fees:  May 31, 2009

Full payment for Hotel Accommodation & Tours:  August 24, 2009

Congress dates:  September 2-6, 2009


   

 
 
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