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Psychologists Meet 2023

About Conference


Psychologists Meet 2023 will hold the venue for a 2-day program, August 16-17, 2023 in Toronto, Canada for the psychiatrists, psychologists, mental health trainers & experts, researchers, scientists, academicians, advocates, patients, clinicians, nurses, midwives, caregivers, speech therapist, audiology-language experts and other health care people & professionals to join with their latest findings, learn about new advances, make collaboration, meet, interact and build networking through a premier scientific program with keynote lectures, workshops, symposiums, networking events and variety of sessions.

The conference will offer an unparalleled platform for the minds studying and exploring the possibilities to treat psychiatric & psychological disorders to exchange their ideas in future.

Why join?

We are pleased to invite you to the 4th European Psychiatrists & Psychologists Meeting to be held in Toronto, Canada during August 16-17, 2023. Psychologists Meet 2023 will be a gathering of psychological researchers, scholars, academicians, practitioners, delegates, students and business personnel to present all the updates in psychiatry. Join us to learn, share and listen to the experts about their recent outcomes and their future expectation

Learn and share through Workshops and Interactive Sessions

Workshops and interactive sessions involve extensive interaction between the presenters and delegates around an idea or hands-on experience of a practice. These interactive sessions may take the form of a panel, staged conversation or debate – all involving substantial interaction with the participants. Therefore a variety of sessions, keynote lectures, symposiums, workshops and poster presentations will allow you to share and present research to your colleagues from around the world.

Meet your subject matter experts

Subject Matter Experts will lead you in current research & development. They help you with research queries, and content, identify the objectives, and ensure your research is scientifically acceptable.

Networking/ round table discussions

Psychologists Meet 2023 has its specially designed networking and round table discussion session, which brings together the clinicians, health professionals, and patients on the front lines of psychiatric care to learn from each other and build professional networks and collaboration.

 

Sessions & Tracks

Track 1: Psychology

Psychology is that the study of mind and behaviour. It encompasses the biological influences, social pressures, and environmental factors that affect how people think act, and feel. Gaining a richer and deeper understanding of psychology can help people achieve insights into their actions also as a far better understanding of people. Psychology may be a broad and diverse field that encompasses the study of human thought, behaviour, development, personality, emotion, motivation, and more. As a result, some different subfields and speciality areas have emerged.

Related Societies:

Europe:

European Society Of Social Psychiatry (ESSP); French Association of PsychiatrySociety of Flemish Neurologists and PsychiatristsAustrian Association for Psychiatry and PsychotherapyInternational Society of Psychopathology of ExpressionMedical Psychological SocietyGerman Society of Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and NeurologyIrish College of PsychiatristsLuxembourguese Society of Psychiatry, Neurology and PsychotherapyNetherlands Psychiatric AssociationSwiss Society of PsychiatryRoyal College of PsychiatristsSwedish Psychiatric AssociationNorwegian Psychiatric AssociationLithuanian Psychiatric AssociationPsychiatric Association of TurkeySpanish Society of PsychiatrySpanish Association of NeuropsychiatryPortuguese Association of PsychiatryItalian Psychiatric AssociationCroatian Psychiatric AssociationCzech Psychiatric AssociationEuropean Psychiatric Association (EPA)

Track 2: Psychiatry

Psychiatry is an area of drugs involving the study, diagnosis, and treatment of psychological state disorders. a person's psychological state is influenced by a mixture of things that are specific to an individual also associated with interactions with society, community, and family. There are several components to mental well-being including healthy self-esteem, communication skills, and therefore the development of resilience.

Related Societies:

Europe:

European Society Of Social Psychiatry (ESSP); French Association of PsychiatrySociety of Flemish Neurologists and PsychiatristsAustrian Association for Psychiatry and PsychotherapyInternational Society of Psychopathology of ExpressionMedical Psychological SocietyGerman Society of Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and NeurologyIrish College of PsychiatristsLuxembourguese Society of Psychiatry, Neurology and PsychotherapyNetherlands Psychiatric AssociationSwiss Society of PsychiatryRoyal College of PsychiatristsSwedish Psychiatric AssociationNorwegian Psychiatric AssociationLithuanian Psychiatric AssociationPsychiatric Association of TurkeySpanish Society of PsychiatrySpanish Association of NeuropsychiatryPortuguese Association of PsychiatryItalian Psychiatric AssociationCroatian Psychiatric AssociationCzech Psychiatric AssociationEuropean Psychiatric Association (EPA)

 

Track 3: Psychological problems associated with COVID-19

COVID-19 is anxiety-provoking for patients, non-patients, carers, and healthcare professionals thanks to its infective potential, the uncertainty of manifestations and prognosis, restrictions imposed by the government. resulting in dysfunction in social, occupational, psychological, familial, economic, and other domains. The anxiety is compounded by rumors, flooding of data within the media and internet, changes in lifestyle and routine, economic instability, discrimination, stigma, feeling of alienation, and guilt. The last three factors are faced by patients and their relatives.

Related Societies:

Europe:

European Society Of Social Psychiatry (ESSP); French Association of PsychiatrySociety of Flemish Neurologists and PsychiatristsAustrian Association for Psychiatry and PsychotherapyInternational Society of Psychopathology of ExpressionMedical Psychological SocietyGerman Society of Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and NeurologyIrish College of PsychiatristsLuxembourguese Society of Psychiatry, Neurology and PsychotherapyNetherlands Psychiatric AssociationSwiss Society of PsychiatryRoyal College of PsychiatristsSwedish Psychiatric AssociationNorwegian Psychiatric AssociationLithuanian Psychiatric AssociationPsychiatric Association of TurkeySpanish Society of PsychiatrySpanish Association of NeuropsychiatryPortuguese Association of PsychiatryItalian Psychiatric AssociationCroatian Psychiatric AssociationCzech Psychiatric AssociationEuropean Psychiatric Association (EPA)

 

Track 4: The Psychological and Social Impact of Covid-19

The recent Covid-19 pandemic has had significant psychological and social effects on the population. Research has highlighted the impact on the psychological well-being of the foremost exposed groups, including children, college students, and doctors, who are more likely to develop post-traumatic, stress disorder, anxiety, depression, and other symptoms of distress. The social distance and therefore the security measures have affected the connection among people and their perception of empathy toward others.

Related Societies:

Europe:

European Society Of Social Psychiatry (ESSP); French Association of PsychiatrySociety of Flemish Neurologists and PsychiatristsAustrian Association for Psychiatry and PsychotherapyInternational Society of Psychopathology of ExpressionMedical Psychological SocietyGerman Society of Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and NeurologyIrish College of PsychiatristsLuxembourguese Society of Psychiatry, Neurology and PsychotherapyNetherlands Psychiatric AssociationSwiss Society of PsychiatryRoyal College of PsychiatristsSwedish Psychiatric AssociationNorwegian Psychiatric AssociationLithuanian Psychiatric AssociationPsychiatric Association of TurkeySpanish Society of PsychiatrySpanish Association of NeuropsychiatryPortuguese Association of PsychiatryItalian Psychiatric AssociationCroatian Psychiatric AssociationCzech Psychiatric AssociationEuropean Psychiatric Association (EPA)

 

Track 5: Mental Health and Wellness

Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we expect, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices. a psychological state is vital at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood. Over the course of your life, if you experience psychological state problems, your thinking, mood, and behavior might be affected. Many factors contribute to mental health problems, including:

  • Biological factors, such as genes or brain chemistry
  • Life experiences, such as trauma or abuse
  • Family history of mental health problems

Related Societies:

Europe:

European Society Of Social Psychiatry (ESSP); French Association of PsychiatrySociety of Flemish Neurologists and PsychiatristsAustrian Association for Psychiatry and PsychotherapyInternational Society of Psychopathology of ExpressionMedical Psychological SocietyGerman Society of Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and NeurologyIrish College of PsychiatristsLuxembourguese Society of Psychiatry, Neurology and PsychotherapyNetherlands Psychiatric AssociationSwiss Society of PsychiatryRoyal College of PsychiatristsSwedish Psychiatric AssociationNorwegian Psychiatric AssociationLithuanian Psychiatric AssociationPsychiatric Association of TurkeySpanish Society of PsychiatrySpanish Association of NeuropsychiatryPortuguese Association of PsychiatryItalian Psychiatric AssociationCroatian Psychiatric AssociationCzech Psychiatric AssociationEuropean Psychiatric Association (EPA)

 

Track 6: Psychological disorders

Psychological disorders, also mentioned as mental disorders, are abnormalities of the mind that end in persistent behaviour patterns which will seriously affect your day-to-day function and life. many various psychological disorders are identified and classified, including eating disorders, like anorexia nervosa; mood disorders, like depression; personality disorders, like antisocial personality disorder; psychotic disorders, like schizophrenia; sexual disorders, like sexual dysfunction; et al. . Multiple psychological disorders may exist in one person.

Related Societies:

Europe:

European Society Of Social Psychiatry (ESSP); French Association of PsychiatrySociety of Flemish Neurologists and PsychiatristsAustrian Association for Psychiatry and PsychotherapyInternational Society of Psychopathology of ExpressionMedical Psychological SocietyGerman Society of Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and NeurologyIrish College of PsychiatristsLuxembourguese Society of Psychiatry, Neurology and PsychotherapyNetherlands Psychiatric AssociationSwiss Society of PsychiatryRoyal College of PsychiatristsSwedish Psychiatric AssociationNorwegian Psychiatric AssociationLithuanian Psychiatric AssociationPsychiatric Association of TurkeySpanish Society of PsychiatrySpanish Association of NeuropsychiatryPortuguese Association of PsychiatryItalian Psychiatric AssociationCroatian Psychiatric AssociationCzech Psychiatric AssociationEuropean Psychiatric Association (EPA)

 

Track 7: Health Psychology

Health psychology may be a speciality area that focuses on how biology, psychology, behaviour, and social factors influence health and illness. Other terms including medical psychology and behavioural medicine are sometimes used interchangeably with the term health psychology. Health and illness are influenced by a good sort of factors. While contagious and hereditary illness is common, many behavioural and psychological factors can impact overall physical well-being and various medical conditions.

Related Societies:

Europe:

European Society Of Social Psychiatry (ESSP); French Association of PsychiatrySociety of Flemish Neurologists and PsychiatristsAustrian Association for Psychiatry and PsychotherapyInternational Society of Psychopathology of ExpressionMedical Psychological SocietyGerman Society of Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and NeurologyIrish College of PsychiatristsLuxembourguese Society of Psychiatry, Neurology and PsychotherapyNetherlands Psychiatric AssociationSwiss Society of PsychiatryRoyal College of PsychiatristsSwedish Psychiatric AssociationNorwegian Psychiatric AssociationLithuanian Psychiatric AssociationPsychiatric Association of TurkeySpanish Society of PsychiatrySpanish Association of NeuropsychiatryPortuguese Association of PsychiatryItalian Psychiatric AssociationCroatian Psychiatric AssociationCzech Psychiatric AssociationEuropean Psychiatric Association (EPA)

 

Track 8: Neuropsychiatry

Neuropsychiatry, an area of science and medicine focused on the integrated study of psychiatric and neurological conditions and the treatment of people with neurologically-based disorders. In science, neuropsychiatry supports the sector of neuroscience and is used to better understand the neurological underpinnings of psychiatric and neurologic disorders and to look at the treatment and care of persons with neurological conditions, particularly people who affect behaviour.

Related Societies:

Europe:

European Society Of Social Psychiatry (ESSP); French Association of PsychiatrySociety of Flemish Neurologists and PsychiatristsAustrian Association for Psychiatry and PsychotherapyInternational Society of Psychopathology of ExpressionMedical Psychological SocietyGerman Society of Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and NeurologyIrish College of PsychiatristsLuxembourguese Society of Psychiatry, Neurology and PsychotherapyNetherlands Psychiatric AssociationSwiss Society of PsychiatryRoyal College of PsychiatristsSwedish Psychiatric AssociationNorwegian Psychiatric AssociationLithuanian Psychiatric AssociationPsychiatric Association of TurkeySpanish Society of PsychiatrySpanish Association of NeuropsychiatryPortuguese Association of PsychiatryItalian Psychiatric AssociationCroatian Psychiatric AssociationCzech Psychiatric AssociationEuropean Psychiatric Association (EPA)

 

Track 9: Clinical Psychology

Clinical psychology is that the psychological speciality that gives continuing and comprehensive mental and behavioral health look after individuals and families; consultation to agencies and communities; training, education, and supervision; and research-based practice. it's a speciality in width — one that's broadly inclusive of severe psychopathology — and marked by comprehensiveness and integration of knowledge and skill from a broad array of disciplines within and out of doors of psychology proper. The scope of clinical psychology encompasses all ages, multiple diversities, and varied systems.

Related Societies:

Europe:

European Society Of Social Psychiatry (ESSP); French Association of PsychiatrySociety of Flemish Neurologists and PsychiatristsAustrian Association for Psychiatry and PsychotherapyInternational Society of Psychopathology of ExpressionMedical Psychological SocietyGerman Society of Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and NeurologyIrish College of PsychiatristsLuxembourguese Society of Psychiatry, Neurology and PsychotherapyNetherlands Psychiatric AssociationSwiss Society of PsychiatryRoyal College of PsychiatristsSwedish Psychiatric AssociationNorwegian Psychiatric AssociationLithuanian Psychiatric AssociationPsychiatric Association of TurkeySpanish Society of PsychiatrySpanish Association of NeuropsychiatryPortuguese Association of PsychiatryItalian Psychiatric AssociationCroatian Psychiatric AssociationCzech Psychiatric AssociationEuropean Psychiatric Association (EPA)

 

Track 10: Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing

Psychiatric psychological state nursing is an area of focus within nursing. Psychiatric mental health registered nurses work with individuals, families, groups, and communities, assessing their mental health needs. The PMH nurse develops a nursing diagnosis and plan of care, implements the nursing process, and evaluates it for effectiveness. Psychiatric mental health Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (PMH-APRNs) offers medical care services to the psychiatric-mental health population.

Related Societies:

Europe:

European Society Of Social Psychiatry (ESSP); French Association of PsychiatrySociety of Flemish Neurologists and PsychiatristsAustrian Association for Psychiatry and PsychotherapyInternational Society of Psychopathology of ExpressionMedical Psychological SocietyGerman Society of Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and NeurologyIrish College of PsychiatristsLuxembourguese Society of Psychiatry, Neurology and PsychotherapyNetherlands Psychiatric AssociationSwiss Society of PsychiatryRoyal College of PsychiatristsSwedish Psychiatric AssociationNorwegian Psychiatric AssociationLithuanian Psychiatric AssociationPsychiatric Association of TurkeySpanish Society of PsychiatrySpanish Association of NeuropsychiatryPortuguese Association of PsychiatryItalian Psychiatric AssociationCroatian Psychiatric AssociationCzech Psychiatric AssociationEuropean Psychiatric Association (EPA)

 

Track 11: Addiction, Rehabilitation & Psychotherapy

Addiction may be a complex disease that will affect many areas of a person’s life. In 2017, it had been estimated that 20.7 million Americans needed treatment for substance use disorders; however, only 2.5 million received specialized substance use treatment. Addiction requires individualized treatments that address the symptoms and underlying causes of the disease, also because of the consequences that substance use has on different areas of a person’s life. This includes their ability to socialize, their physical and mental health, and consequences at work, home, school, or with the law. There are many sorts of therapy available to effectively treat addiction.

Related Societies:

Europe:

European Society Of Social Psychiatry (ESSP); French Association of PsychiatrySociety of Flemish Neurologists and PsychiatristsAustrian Association for Psychiatry and PsychotherapyInternational Society of Psychopathology of ExpressionMedical Psychological SocietyGerman Society of Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and NeurologyIrish College of PsychiatristsLuxembourguese Society of Psychiatry, Neurology and PsychotherapyNetherlands Psychiatric AssociationSwiss Society of PsychiatryRoyal College of PsychiatristsSwedish Psychiatric AssociationNorwegian Psychiatric AssociationLithuanian Psychiatric AssociationPsychiatric Association of TurkeySpanish Society of PsychiatrySpanish Association of NeuropsychiatryPortuguese Association of PsychiatryItalian Psychiatric AssociationCroatian Psychiatric AssociationCzech Psychiatric AssociationEuropean Psychiatric Association (EPA)

 

Track 12: Mindfulness, Yoga & Meditation

A relatively new sort of yoga called Mindful Yoga, applies traditional Buddhist mindfulness teachings to the physical practice of yoga, offering even deeper insights into the mind and a very life-changing approach to your practice. Merging the practice of mindfulness with the practice of yoga has led the thanks to a replacement and more intensive sort of “Mindful Yoga.” Mindful yoga applies traditional Buddhist mindfulness teachings to the physical practice of yoga; it's the holistic approach of connecting your mind to your breath.

Related Societies:

Europe:

European Society Of Social Psychiatry (ESSP); French Association of PsychiatrySociety of Flemish Neurologists and PsychiatristsAustrian Association for Psychiatry and PsychotherapyInternational Society of Psychopathology of ExpressionMedical Psychological SocietyGerman Society of Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and NeurologyIrish College of PsychiatristsLuxembourguese Society of Psychiatry, Neurology and PsychotherapyNetherlands Psychiatric AssociationSwiss Society of PsychiatryRoyal College of PsychiatristsSwedish Psychiatric AssociationNorwegian Psychiatric AssociationLithuanian Psychiatric AssociationPsychiatric Association of TurkeySpanish Society of PsychiatrySpanish Association of NeuropsychiatryPortuguese Association of PsychiatryItalian Psychiatric AssociationCroatian Psychiatric AssociationCzech Psychiatric AssociationEuropean Psychiatric Association (EPA)

 

Track 13: Brain Injury Medicine

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) may be a disruption in normal brain function caused by external mechanical force, like rapid acceleration or deceleration, a bump or jolt to the top, or penetration by a projectile. As an acquired brain injury (i.e., postnatal brain damage), TBI is differentiated from non-traumatic brain injuries not involving an impression from external forces (e.g., those caused by strokes and infections). Considering symptom severity and duration (loss of consciousness, posttraumatic amnesia, and memory and motor deficits), TBI is often classified as concussion, mild, moderate, or severe.

Related Societies:

Europe:

European Society Of Social Psychiatry (ESSP); French Association of PsychiatrySociety of Flemish Neurologists and PsychiatristsAustrian Association for Psychiatry and PsychotherapyInternational Society of Psychopathology of ExpressionMedical Psychological SocietyGerman Society of Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and NeurologyIrish College of PsychiatristsLuxembourguese Society of Psychiatry, Neurology and PsychotherapyNetherlands Psychiatric AssociationSwiss Society of PsychiatryRoyal College of PsychiatristsSwedish Psychiatric AssociationNorwegian Psychiatric AssociationLithuanian Psychiatric AssociationPsychiatric Association of TurkeySpanish Society of PsychiatrySpanish Association of NeuropsychiatryPortuguese Association of PsychiatryItalian Psychiatric AssociationCroatian Psychiatric AssociationCzech Psychiatric AssociationEuropean Psychiatric Association (EPA)

 

Track 14: Neurology, Neurological Disorders & Treatments

Neurological disorders are doubtless among the foremost frightening illnesses that human beings face. other forms of dysfunction, like cancer or viruses, are a minimum of easily comprehended, if not so easily addressed. A malfunctioning pancreas, troublesome though it's going to be, doesn’t strike to the heart of what it means to be human, and it'll basically leave its victim intact as an individual. Knowledge is usually the sole power there's against the vagaries of neurological ailments. Learning what causes neurological issues is often the difference between a totally enfranchised patient who is responsible for their own care decisions and a helpless, terrified subject who’s worried about mysterious ailments that don’t make any sense.

Related Societies:

Europe:

European Society Of Social Psychiatry (ESSP); French Association of PsychiatrySociety of Flemish Neurologists and PsychiatristsAustrian Association for Psychiatry and PsychotherapyInternational Society of Psychopathology of ExpressionMedical Psychological SocietyGerman Society of Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and NeurologyIrish College of PsychiatristsLuxembourguese Society of Psychiatry, Neurology and PsychotherapyNetherlands Psychiatric AssociationSwiss Society of PsychiatryRoyal College of PsychiatristsSwedish Psychiatric AssociationNorwegian Psychiatric AssociationLithuanian Psychiatric AssociationPsychiatric Association of TurkeySpanish Society of PsychiatrySpanish Association of NeuropsychiatryPortuguese Association of PsychiatryItalian Psychiatric AssociationCroatian Psychiatric AssociationCzech Psychiatric AssociationEuropean Psychiatric Association (EPA)

 

Track 15: Neuroscience

Neuroscientists specialize in the brain and its impact on behavior and cognitive functions, or how people think. They also investigate what happens to the nervous system when people have neurological, psychiatric, and neurodevelopmental disorders. A neuroscientist can specialize in a wide range of fields, from neuroanatomy to neuropsychology. Research during this field can improve our understanding of the brain and therefore the body, how they work, and therefore the health issues that affect them.

Related Societies:

Europe:

European Society Of Social Psychiatry (ESSP); French Association of PsychiatrySociety of Flemish Neurologists and PsychiatristsAustrian Association for Psychiatry and PsychotherapyInternational Society of Psychopathology of ExpressionMedical Psychological SocietyGerman Society of Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and NeurologyIrish College of PsychiatristsLuxembourguese Society of Psychiatry, Neurology and PsychotherapyNetherlands Psychiatric AssociationSwiss Society of PsychiatryRoyal College of PsychiatristsSwedish Psychiatric AssociationNorwegian Psychiatric AssociationLithuanian Psychiatric AssociationPsychiatric Association of TurkeySpanish Society of PsychiatrySpanish Association of NeuropsychiatryPortuguese Association of PsychiatryItalian Psychiatric AssociationCroatian Psychiatric AssociationCzech Psychiatric AssociationEuropean Psychiatric Association (EPA)

 

 

Participation/ presentation option

Oral presentation: Oral Presentations may include topics from research, theoretical, professional or private practices in a concise manner. Individuals with personal experience are also welcome to present personal experiences or narratives which help others in everyday life.

Speakers with a 30-minute slot should plan to speak for 20-25 minutes, and Keynote speakers should plan to speak for 40-45 minutes, with the remaining time to be used for questions and discussion by the Session Chair

Workshop: For workshop presenters also, the topic of the talk will be the same as an Oral presentation with more specialized techniques and detailed demonstration. The generalized time duration for the workshop presentation is about 45-50 minutes. Interested participants can join their respective teams and present the workshop with their research coordinators with a special group waiver on registration.

Poster presentation: Student Poster Competition will be organized at the Psychologists Meet 2023 conference is to encourage students and recent graduates to present their original research. Presenters will be given about 5-7 minutes to present the poster including questions and answers. Judges may ask questions during the evaluation of the presentation. This is an opportunity for young scientists to learn about the recent findings of their peers to increase their capacity as multidisciplinary researchers. Poster displays will be in hard copy format of 1x1 M long.

For more details regarding Poster Presentation and Judging Criteria view Poster Presentation Guidelines

Webinar: Webinar presentation is designed for those interested attendees who cannot join in person due to schedule conflicts or other obligations. In this option, the presenter may record the presentation and their presentation will be presented in the Webinar presentation session.

E-Poster: e-Poster is also similar to the webinar presentation. In this session, their presentation will be published in the form of a poster on the conference website and the presenter's abstract will be published in the conference souvenir and journal with DOI

Exhibition: Psychologists Meet 2023 has the opportunity to exhibit the products and services from commercial and non-commercial organizations like Drug manufacturers, Clinical Trial Sites, Management Consultants, Chemists, Pharmacists, Business delegates and Equipment Manufacturers.

To know more about exhibitor booth details and benefits visit WHY TO EXHIBIT WITH US?

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Abstract Submission Guidelines

How to submit an abstract/ article?

Submissions of abstracts are welcome on all topics related to Psychologists Meet 2023. Please see below for submission guidelines.

The entire accepted abstracts for the registered participants will be published in the Open Access conference supporting journal and conference souvenir.

  1. Abstracts can be submitted through the online link ABSTRACT SUBMISSION
  2. Abstracts must be submitted in English and should be within 250-300 words along with a biography of the presenter of 60-70 words
  3. Submissions are welcome in all topics related to Psychology & Psychiatry.
  4. Presenting author shall provide the following details: Full name of the presenter, Affiliation details: department, institution/hospital, country, Phone number & E-mail address and photograph
  5. For Co-authors following details are required: Full names and affiliation details like department, institute/ organization name, and country shall be included
  6. All abstracts will be reviewed by a review panel approved by the Psychologists Meet 2023 Conference Review Committee. The Committee’s decision is final.
  7. All presenters of accepted abstracts will be required to register and pay for attendance at the Conference.

Please note your affiliation and abstract title in both the final program and journal will appear exactly as you submit it so please follow the guidelines provided as to the format required the letter of acceptance does not imply any travel grant or any bursaries.

Next steps

Email confirmation for the submitted abstract will be sent upon successful acceptance of the abstract. If the abstract is accepted, presenters require to confirm the presenter/s and pay the applicable registration fee/s. Failure to do so may result in your paper being excluded from the Psychologists Meet 2023 conference program

How to complete registration?

To complete the registration, visit the ONLINE REGISTRATION. The following registration categories are available

The participants from University/ Academic backgrounds shall enrol their participation in the Academic category

Available Registration option under this category: Oral Presentation | Poster Presentation | Delegate Registration | Package A (includes your registration and 2 nights of accommodation) | Package B (includes your registration and 3 nights of accommodation) | Webinar

The business person shall enrol their participation in the Business category

Available Registration option under this category: Speaker registration | Delegate Registration | Package A (includes your registration and 2 nights of accommodation) | Package B (includes your registration and 3 nights of accommodation) | Advertisement | Exhibitor

The participants who are still pursuing their education shall enrol their participation in the Student category

Available Registration options under this category: Speaker registration | Poster presentation | Delegate registration | Package (includes registration and 2 nights of accommodation)

Apart from any above-mentioned category please drop a mail to psychiatrists@europemeet.net  for GROUP REGISTRATION, EXTRA NIGHT OF ACCOMMODATION, ADVANCE TOKEN AMOUNT PAYMENT, MORE THAN ONE PRESENTATION etc... These options are available on special request and discussion with the management

 

VISA requirements

Psychologists Meet 2023 organizing committee hereby reiterates that we are NOT involved in VISA processing. We can assist by providing supporting documents like a Letter of invitation, Letter of Abstract Acceptance and Registration Payment Receipt.

You may be required to submit additional documents along with these documents to the embassy.

Letter of Invitation: The official Letter of Invitation is proof that your submitted paper and registration application are accepted by the conference committee board. It will be stated in English and may help you with your visa application.

  • Only registered participants will get an official letter of invitation
  • Attendees need to finish Registration & Authenticated information submission to get an official letter of invitation [i.e., Passport (Scan copy), DOB, Mobile Number, Physical Address and Photograph].
  • Contact the program manager for more information
  • Official Letters of Invitation will be provided only to attend the conference.

**SHOULD YOUR APPLICATION BE DENIED, Psychologists Meet 2022 ORGANIZING COMMITTEE CAN NOT CHANGE THE DECISION OF THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS, NOR WILL WE ENGAGE IN DISCUSSION OR CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE IND, MOFA OR THE EMBASSY ON BEHALF OF THE APPLICANT **

 

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Conference Date August 16-17, 2023

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