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Conference: Invitation International Seminar: Keeping the Body in Mind in Youth With Psychosis
Date: 3 October 2013
Location: UPC KULeuven Campus Kortenberg, Leuven, Belgium
Contact: Email: info@iphYs.org.au
Web site: http://www.iphys.org.au
Description:

This meeting is Thursday, October 3, 2013, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

The Healthy Active Lives (HeAL) declaration was developed by an international working group "iphYs," including clinicians, service users, family members and researchers from over 11 countries. The declaration highlights key challenges and offers solutions to address the physical health issues in young people experiencing psychosis. Standards and targets are recommended with the aim of improving physical health and reducing cardiometabolic risk factors in youth experiencing psychosis.

Achieving these targets will require a commitment for change, particularly in the way we work together with young people who experience psychosis across primary and specialist care, to empower them to enjoy healthy active lives as an essential part of their process of recovery.

For details and the program, click here.

For background information, click here.

Registration:

Registration is free by sending an email to Ms. Tamara Vandermeiren.


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