KYRGYZ PSYCHIATRIC ASSOCIATION (KPA) WILL BE A PART OF THE CONGRESS ON MENTAL HEALTH

Kyrgyz Psychiatric Association (KPA) is а non-profit association of legal entities on the basis of common interests and the type of activity: sscientific and research, edicational and practical work in the field of psychiatry, psychotherapy and narcology, medical psychology, nursing and other related specialties, will be a part of the Congress on Mental Health:Meeting the Needs of the XXI Century.

About the Kyrgyz Psychiatric Association (KPA)

The esteemed Professor V. V. Solojenkin was the founder and leader of Kyrgyz Psychiatric Association (KPA) until 2007. After the elections that had taken place in 2007 a new Executive Committee was formed. Now under the presidency of Doctor Abjalal Begmatov the KPA EC consists of seven members including Vice-President, Doctor Tamilla Kadyrova. Activities of KPA cover various aspects of the field of psychiatry and mental health. One priority of KPA is the organization of activities especially in coordination with WPA, and also in coordination with its members within the country.

Scientific activities of KPA include the development and organization and support of research in psychiatry, including child psychiatry and narcology, holding a reformative perspective.Educational activities focus on organization of clinical case discussions, and educational and training seminars, aiming to cover all of the regions of the country. Besides, developing international relations on education in psychiatry and narcology is also aimed.

KPA Web-site: www.psychiatrkg.org

Please visit the Congress’s website to access online registration for the congress program, including detailed information and registration options: www.mental-health-congress.ru/en/

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