Society for Cross-Cultural Research

Society-Cross-Cultural_0_0.pngThe Society for Cross-Cultural Research is a multi-disciplinary organization. Its members all share a common devotion to cross-cultural and cultural work in our scholarship and teaching. SCCR members are professionals and students from fields such as psychology, anthropology, sociology, education, family studies, social work, law, human development, psychiatry, communications, ethnic studies, and business.  We will be holding our 2019 conference February 13-16 in Jacksonville, Florida!

As a smaller society, our annual conferences tend to be intimate, collegial affairs with a very affordable price. We hope you’ll consider submitting an abstract to present your research at our 2019 meeting. You can learn more about submissions, which are due on November 15, here.

Highlights of attending the conference include a welcome reception (free to conference attendees!), a coffee break sponsored by Division 52 (International Psychology) of the American Psychological Association, a cash-bar, a conference banquet, and a mentoring breakfast. The details of these events and the registration form can be found here:

Students (undergraduate and graduate) who attend the SCCR 2019 conference will have access to a network of student-friendly scholars who are experts in cross-cultural and cultural research in many different fields (e.g., psychology, anthropology, education, social work, family studies, economics, etc.). Interaction with these scholars from multiple disciplines gives students the opportunity to see how they can better their own studies and make connections that will last them throughout their future endeavors. This annual conference strives to include student-focused events, including a mentoring breakfast with SCCR veterans (free for students) and a networking happy hour for students.
 
If you have any questions about the 2019 SCCR conference, please don’t hesitate to contact me via email at ashdown@hws.edu.  

EPA 2019: 27th Congress of Psychiatry
April 6-9, 2019 
Warsaw, Poland

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The 27th European Congress of Psychiatry (EPA 2019), will be held on 6-9 April 2019 in Warsaw, Poland. Extended Proposal Submission Deadline: June 6, 2018. 

The EPA Congress in 2019 is guided by the Congress motto, Psychiatry in Transition — Towards New Models, Goals and Challenges. The 27th European Congress of Psychiatry, EPA 2019, will facilitate discussion and educational forums on a range of topics in the field of psychiatry, psychology, social work and clinical trials. The European Psychiatric Association is the premiere association representing psychiatry in Europe. EPA members include leading experts in numerous fields, covered by 22 scientific Sections. EPA's activities address the interests of psychiatrists in academia, research and practice throughout all stages of career development. 

Click here to read the EPA 2018 participant evaluation. 

Perinatal Mental Health Training for Frontline Providers: Webinar Series

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ADAA is pleased to be working closely with Postpartum Support International (PSI).

Check out PSI's online training for frontline providers which is  available for purchase and download. 

Write to training@postpartum.net for more info or join our mailing list to get updates.

 

Postpartum Support International (PSI) is the leading organization devoted to perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. In addition to supporting mothers, fathers, and families directly, PSI offers frontline healthcare providers with resources to help identify, support and treat individuals living with perinatal mental health complications.

Massachusetts General Hospital CBT Webinars

mass3.pngADAA is proud to collaborate with the Massachusetts General Hospital Psychiatry Academy to co-present two on-demand sessions on:

Both sessions are fully on-demand and open for participation to anyone at any time. These sessions are approved for CME credit through Jan. 19, 2021. 

ADAA members receive a $5 discount on each session by entering the code "ADAA" during registration

ResearchMatch Partnership

We’ve partnered with ResearchMatch to help find cures for anxiety and depression! 

ResearchMatch is a national registry designed to promote the completion of clinical trials by matching volunteers interested in research with researchers nationwide. Funded by the National Center for Advancing Translation Science, which is part of the NIH, ResearchMatch is disease-neutral and institution-neutral so that participants with and without health problems can be included and valued. Learn more.

Get involved. Get Matched!