Psychiatric Annals

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December 2-4, 1988: U.S. Psychiatric Congress to be held at the New York Hilton, New York City. Credit: Category I CME credits available. For more information, contact: Conference Management Corp.. 200 Connecticut Ave., Norwalk, CT 06856-4990; (203) 852-0500.

December 3, 1988: Sixth Annual Update in Psychiatry; New Frontiers in Neuropsychopharmacology to be held at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Texas. Sponsored by the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Fee: $75. For more information, contact Continuing Medical Education Office, UTHSCSA, 7703 Floyd Curl Drive, San Antonio, Texas 78284-7980; telephone 512-567-4444.

December 7, 1988: Depression: Differential Diagnosis and Treatment to be held at the Dayton Marriotl Hotel, Dayton, Ohio. Sponsored by the Department of Psychiatry and Neurology, Wright State University School of Medicine. Credit: 7 Category 1 CME credit hours. For more information, contact: Paul Rodenhauser, MD, Professor and Chairman, Department of Psychiatry, Wright State University School of Medicine, P.O. Box 927, Dayton, OH45401-0927; (513) 276-8332.

January 27, 1989: Psychotherapy of the Borderline Personality Disorder to be held at the Bahia Resort Hotel, San Diego, California. Sponsored by the University of California San Diego Extension. Credit: 6 BRN credit hours and 6 NASW credit hours. Fee: $135. For more information, contact: UCSD Extension, X-OOl. La lolla, CA 92093; (619) 534-3400.

Ianuary 27-29, 1989: New Advances in Cognitive Therapy to be held at the San Diego Marriott Hotel and Marina, San Diego, California. Credit: 16 AMA credit hours. Fee: physicians, $375; allied health professionals, $250; full-time, nonpraciicing students, $125. For more information, contact: Cass (ones, Meeting Management, 3770 Tansy St., San Diego, CA 92121; (619) 453-6222.

February 9-11, 1989: Annual Meeting of the Nevada Association of Psychiatric Physicians to be held at the Holiday Inn Downtown, Reno, Nevada. Fee: $150 for non-Nevada Association of Psychiatric Physicians. For more information, contact: Nevada Association of Psychiatric Physicians, Northern Chapter, 755 Forest St., Reno, NV 89509; (702) 329-4996.

March 9-11, 1989: Brain Insults in Infants and Children: Diagnosis and Modern Management to be held at the Holiday Inn at the Embarcadero, San Diego, California. Credit: 15 AMA credit hours. Fee: physicians, $325 ; allied health professionals and residents, $195. For more information, contact: Cass Jones, Meeting Management, 3770 Tansy St., San Diego, CA 92121; (619) 453-6222.

March 16-18, 1989: PET: Imaging of Brain Chemistry to be held at The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Thomas B. Turner Bldg., Baltimore, Maryland. Sponsored by The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions. Credit: 14 AMA Category 1 credit hours. Fee; physicians, $390; residents, $290. For more information, contact: loan Liston, Assistant Coordinator. The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Office of Continuing Education, Turner Bldg., 720 Rutland Ave., Baltimore, MD 21205; (301)955-2959.

April 12-16, 1989: American Association of Suicidology's 22nd Annual Conference to be held in San Diego, California. Theme: Suicide and Gender. For more information, contact: American Association of Suicidology (AAS), 2459 S. Ash, Denver, CO 80222; (303) 692-0985.

June 12-15, 1989: Miami Children's Hospital's Tenth Annual Child Neurology Postgraduate Course to be held at the Sonesta Beach Hotel, Key Biscayne, Florida. Credit: 16 AMA Category I credit hours. Topics: neonatal neurology, developmental disorder, metabolic disorders, neuromuscular diseases and seizures. For more information, contact: Oscar Papazian, MD, Miami Children's Hospital Department of Neurology, 3200 S.W. 60 Ct-, Suite 302, Miami, FL 33155; (305) 662-8330 ext. 4822.

August 21-25, 1989: 1989 World Congress for Mental Health to be held in Auckland, New Zealand. Sponsored by World Federation for Mental Health and the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand. Theme: Mental Health - Everyone's Concern. For more information, contact: Convention Management Services, P.O. Box 3839, Auckland,…

December 2-4, 1988: U.S. Psychiatric Congress to be held at the New York Hilton, New York City. Credit: Category I CME credits available. For more information, contact: Conference Management Corp.. 200 Connecticut Ave., Norwalk, CT 06856-4990; (203) 852-0500.

December 3, 1988: Sixth Annual Update in Psychiatry; New Frontiers in Neuropsychopharmacology to be held at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Texas. Sponsored by the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Fee: $75. For more information, contact Continuing Medical Education Office, UTHSCSA, 7703 Floyd Curl Drive, San Antonio, Texas 78284-7980; telephone 512-567-4444.

December 7, 1988: Depression: Differential Diagnosis and Treatment to be held at the Dayton Marriotl Hotel, Dayton, Ohio. Sponsored by the Department of Psychiatry and Neurology, Wright State University School of Medicine. Credit: 7 Category 1 CME credit hours. For more information, contact: Paul Rodenhauser, MD, Professor and Chairman, Department of Psychiatry, Wright State University School of Medicine, P.O. Box 927, Dayton, OH45401-0927; (513) 276-8332.

January 27, 1989: Psychotherapy of the Borderline Personality Disorder to be held at the Bahia Resort Hotel, San Diego, California. Sponsored by the University of California San Diego Extension. Credit: 6 BRN credit hours and 6 NASW credit hours. Fee: $135. For more information, contact: UCSD Extension, X-OOl. La lolla, CA 92093; (619) 534-3400.

Ianuary 27-29, 1989: New Advances in Cognitive Therapy to be held at the San Diego Marriott Hotel and Marina, San Diego, California. Credit: 16 AMA credit hours. Fee: physicians, $375; allied health professionals, $250; full-time, nonpraciicing students, $125. For more information, contact: Cass (ones, Meeting Management, 3770 Tansy St., San Diego, CA 92121; (619) 453-6222.

February 9-11, 1989: Annual Meeting of the Nevada Association of Psychiatric Physicians to be held at the Holiday Inn Downtown, Reno, Nevada. Fee: $150 for non-Nevada Association of Psychiatric Physicians. For more information, contact: Nevada Association of Psychiatric Physicians, Northern Chapter, 755 Forest St., Reno, NV 89509; (702) 329-4996.

March 9-11, 1989: Brain Insults in Infants and Children: Diagnosis and Modern Management to be held at the Holiday Inn at the Embarcadero, San Diego, California. Credit: 15 AMA credit hours. Fee: physicians, $325 ; allied health professionals and residents, $195. For more information, contact: Cass Jones, Meeting Management, 3770 Tansy St., San Diego, CA 92121; (619) 453-6222.

March 16-18, 1989: PET: Imaging of Brain Chemistry to be held at The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Thomas B. Turner Bldg., Baltimore, Maryland. Sponsored by The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions. Credit: 14 AMA Category 1 credit hours. Fee; physicians, $390; residents, $290. For more information, contact: loan Liston, Assistant Coordinator. The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Office of Continuing Education, Turner Bldg., 720 Rutland Ave., Baltimore, MD 21205; (301)955-2959.

April 12-16, 1989: American Association of Suicidology's 22nd Annual Conference to be held in San Diego, California. Theme: Suicide and Gender. For more information, contact: American Association of Suicidology (AAS), 2459 S. Ash, Denver, CO 80222; (303) 692-0985.

June 12-15, 1989: Miami Children's Hospital's Tenth Annual Child Neurology Postgraduate Course to be held at the Sonesta Beach Hotel, Key Biscayne, Florida. Credit: 16 AMA Category I credit hours. Topics: neonatal neurology, developmental disorder, metabolic disorders, neuromuscular diseases and seizures. For more information, contact: Oscar Papazian, MD, Miami Children's Hospital Department of Neurology, 3200 S.W. 60 Ct-, Suite 302, Miami, FL 33155; (305) 662-8330 ext. 4822.

August 21-25, 1989: 1989 World Congress for Mental Health to be held in Auckland, New Zealand. Sponsored by World Federation for Mental Health and the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand. Theme: Mental Health - Everyone's Concern. For more information, contact: Convention Management Services, P.O. Box 3839, Auckland, New Zealand; telephone (09) 31517.

October 13-19, 1989; Eighth World Congress of Psychiatry to be held in Athens, Greece. Sponsored by the World Psychiatric Association. Theme: Psychiatry Today; Accomplishments and Promises. Credit: Category 1 CME credit hours will be available. For more information, contact: Congress Secretariat, 4, Eginitou St., GR-1 15 28 Athens; telephone: 72 23 670, 72 40 444.

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