25th INPP Conference in Vienna

25th INPP Conference in Vienna – Change of date to 2024 – and New call for papers !

The International Conference on Crisis and Mental Health – philosophical and social aesthetic perspectives, organized by the International Network of Philosophy and Psychiatry (INPP), is pleased to announce its 25th edition, to be held at the Sigmund Freud University in Vienna, Austria. Due to late rescheduling of another international conference in Vienna the conference will now take place from May 23-25, 2024.

We invite researchers, practitioners, and scholars from around the world to submit their original contributions to the field of crisis intervention and mental health.

Submission Guidelines:
Researchers, practitioners, and scholars are invited to submit their original, unpublished work that aligns with the conference theme. Submissions can take the form of research papers, case studies, empirical studies, or theoretical perspectives. All submissions should be written in English and follow the APA style guidelines.

Proposals previously submitted and acknowledged will be carried forward as submissions to the new conference date unless you advise us to the contrary.

Important Dates:

Submission deadline: November 30, 2023
Notification of acceptance: January 31, 2024
Conference dates: May 23-25, 2024

Please submit your abstract or full paper electronically to conference24@sfu.ac.at by November 30, 2023. We kindly request that you also include your curriculum vitae (CV) along with your submission.

For further information and updates, please visit the conference website: https://conference2024.at/

For any inquiries, please contact the conference organizing committee at conference24@sfu.ac.at

We hope to welcome you in Vienna!


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