Current Events

Friday 7 November 2014 - Developmental Disabilities, Challenging Behaviour and Mental Health: Research to Practice and Policy Conference

The latest development in disability and mental health research will be presented by leading international and Australian researchers. This conference is intended for researchers and clinical practitioners, and will also benefit those working with people with developmental disabilities in the community.

For more information and full program, visit the conference website at http://sydney.edu.au/health-sciences/cdrp/events/developmental-disabilities-conference.shtml

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Monday 10 November 2014 – New Perspectives on Developmental Disabilities in the US. Seminars with Professor Jim Harris (Johns Hopkins University USA) and Associate Professor Kerim Munir, University of Harvard

Seminars are being arranged to discuss topics such as 'Update on diagnosis and classification in intellectual disabilities' and “Changes in diagnosis and classification of developmental disorders in the US - What are the policy consequences?" - in conversation with Professor James Harris and Associate Professor Kerim Munir.

As participation in these events will be limited in number, if you are interested please contact by 30 August 2014.

Tuesday 11 November 2014 - In Conversation with Dr Tom Shakespeare - "What are we doing, when we do disability studies?"

Dr Tom Shakespeare, internationally renowned disability scholar who is an Honorary Associate of CDRP, will discuss the question “What are we doing, when we do disability studies”?

As participation in this event will be limited in number, if you are interested please contact by 30 August 2014.

Sunday November 23 2014 - Wednesday November 26 2014 - 2nd World Congress on Integrated Care

CDRP will participate as associate partner at the 2nd World Congress on Integrated Care
"21st Century Integrated Care: Serving Citizens, Patients and Communities" to be held in Sydney.

For more information about the Conference, please see the link here