The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry’s Annual Meeting is the world’s premier event for education about children’s mental illnesses. This year’s innovative program is designed to reach a wider audience than ever before! Here’s what you can expect at the meeting:
For more information, visit www.aacap.org/AnnualMeeting-2021 and watch the interview below featuring Drs. Jim McGough and Tami Benton, AACAP’s Program Chairs, giving their perspectives on why you should attend.
AACAP President, Gabrielle A. Carlson, MD, and her Presidential Task Force present a variety of programs highlighting their findings over the last two years about this difficult challenge in the field.
Expert on bipolar disorder, and prolific author, Dr. Kaye Jamison, is AACAP’s Lawrence A. Stone, MD Plenary speaker. She presents Mania and Character on Saturday, October 30 at 4:00 pm EDT.
Drs. Warren Ng, Joan Y. Reede, Suma Jacob, Amanda Calhoun, and Wanjiku Njoroge highlight the importance of recognizing racism and disparities, and moving towards a better future that is equal and inclusive.
Psychopharmacology, autism, emotion dysregulation, school safety, and more are included in this year’s Institutes. Be sure to include them when you register!
Among the most popular programs at the Annual Meeting, Workshops are held live, in small groups, and will teach you a new skill that you can immediately use in your practice.
All Symposia and Clinical Perspectives are available on-demand from October 18-November 30 with live Q&A sessions the week of October 25.