The Psychiatric Association of Bosnia-Herzegovina (PABH) has announced details of two of its key meetings in 2020.
The first, a result of their collaboration with the School of Medicine, University of Mostar and the Clinic for Psychiatry, University Clinical Hospital Mostar, is the 17th Mostar Psychiatric Saturday on 6 June 2020.
Supported by the Faculty of Medical Sciences, Mostar and Medical Chamber of the Herzegovina-Neretva, Canton, the Congress theme Forensic Psychology and Psychiatry: Rights of the People with Mental Disorders in Theory and Practice will cover the legal, medical and ethical aspects as related to Bosnia-Herzegovina. The program will focus on how the rights of patients can be improved across all aspects of mental health care.
The second is the annual meeting of the PABH, 18th Psychiatric Days of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which this year will be held in conjunction with the First Congress on Psychopharmacology of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The meeting, scheduled for September 24 – 26, 2020 in the City of Tuzla will focus on the theme: Psychopharmacology Today: Ranges, Limitations and Perspectives. Experts from around the world will discuss the latest research and newest recommendations in the field.
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Prepared by: Prof. Izet Pajevic, PABH President Prof. Mevludin Hasanovic and Dr. Goran Racetovic, PABH Secretaries General