Friday, June 13, 2014

10th Annual Mood Disorders Education day


Well it’s that time again, time for Stanford’s Annual Mood Disorders Education day. I’ve had the privilege of attending this event many times and each time it’s a wonderful experience where I meet new people and learn new things about mood disorders in adults and children. If you’ve never been and live in the area, go now to the website to register and save yourself a spot. This is a FREE event, plus they serve you complimentary refreshments (bonus!).

Here are the details:

When:
Saturday June 28, 2014
from 8:30 am–2:30 pm

Where:
William R. Hewitt Teaching Center
370 Serra Mall
Stanford University
Stanford CA, 94305

Register: https://mded.eventbrite.com

Contact: Kathryn Goffin at kgoffin@stanford.edu

This event is free. However, they do ask that you register. Information about the event, including directions and a map, are on the registration website.

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Here is a link to my review of last years event:

Unfortunately I’m disappointed to share that I won't be able to attend due to a prior commitment. But I still hope to post videos of the event once they become available online. If you yourself attend and want to do a guest post to share all that you learned, I would love that! Email me!

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The Bipolar Disorders Clinic is part of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University School of Medicine. We offer on-going clinical treatment, manage clinical trials and neuroimaging studies, lecture and teach seminar courses at Stanford University and train residents in the School of Medicine.

Clinic Chief Terence A. Ketter, M.D. is internationally known for his groundbreaking research on the neurobiology of mood disorders. More »

The Bipolar Disorders Clinic is also part of the Stanford Mood Disorders Clinic. Please see the Mood Disorders Clinic Brochure to learn about the clinic's vision and exceptional doctors and researchers, who specialize in the understanding and treatment mood disorders.


1 comment:

  1. The videos are almost as good as being there--except you don't get to network with other participants. (but mingling has never been my strong suit anyway.)

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