I care for my Brain
Support the campaign “I Care for my Brain” – www.icareformybrain.org
We know that brain health is not enough for mental health, but it is a prerequisite. Even more useful, would be the development of a culture of “brain care” based on the core values of “honesty” and “mutual trust”. The further understanding of brain function and brain disorders requires the collaboration of multiple scientific professions from neurology, psychiatry, psychology, biology, pharmacology, genetics, advanced technology, and others. We believe that valid information on health issues, as well as the provision of certified health services, is a fundamental right of every citizen.
At this conference, highly regarded speakers from the fields of neuroscience and humanities will contribute to the understanding and promotion of the idea of “brain care”. We, therefore, invite you to contribute with your suggestions, active participation and constructive evaluation, in this multidisciplinary mission and its success.
After thorough research with senior industry leaders from organisations like [Psychology Now, Epioni, Sonora], we’ve discovered some critical common challenges facing mental health and substance abuse.
- We’re going to address these challenges head-on at our first conference on the 26th & 27th of March 2021
- Click on the link below to download a PDF regarding the conference where you will find more information.
I Care For My Brain: First Event
Our colleagues who wish to participate in the conference with their papers will have to send them the latest on 18/03/2021 at firstname.lastname@example.org (Language: Greek/English).
The proposal should include:
- Presentation Title
- Full Name
- Foundation or working organisation (if applicable)
- Telephone number and e-mail
- Abstract up to 250 words
- With the indication: for “oral presentation” or for “e-poster.”
The three best papers that will be awarded will be published at “Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience & Mental Health” magazine (www.obrela-journal.gr)
Papers Submission: until 18 March