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Engage the Experts at Our Live Conferences

Take advantage of the opportunity to interact with experts and peers from across the world.

During our live conferences, our faculty review the latest research and advances, answer questions and share their experience as clinicians and researchers across every area in mental health.



Our conferences cover a broad range of topics across psychopharmacology, autism, substance use disorders and much more. Visit each of the links below to learn more.

The Practical Neurological Toolkit: Yield Updates for the Office and the Ward

The Westin Copley Place

Boston, MA - Postponed

The Practical Neurological Toolkit: High Yield Updates for the Office and the Ward is a one-day program to be hosted at the Westin Copley on April 18th, 2020. The content is focused on common or hot topics in neuroscience, as well as identified clinical growth areas for the field. The target audience for the course included, referring providers, specifically PCPs, ED doctors, hospitalists, nurse practitioners, and nurses.

Dermatology Bootcamp

Dermatology Bootcamp

Boston, MA - April 9-10, 2021

In response to the high demand of requests for Dermatology education and lectures from our colleagues, the faculty of the MGH Dermatology Department will provide a 2 day crash course for physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants on the basic triage and management of common conditions affecting the skin, hair and nails.

Psychopharmacology 2020

Psychopharmacology 2020

Boston, MA - October 22-25, 2020

This psychiatry conference examines the latest research and treatment advances across dozens of mental health conditions. It offers in-depth information that is important for all mental health and primary care settings. Topics include ADHD, anxiety, bipolar disorder, depression, OCD, psychosis, PTSD, substance use disorders, and much more.



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