Final Programme is available online. Download it here.
Please note that you will receive a data stick with the abstract book on it. NO printed version of the abstract book will be provided onsite!
If you would like to print it yourself DOWNLOAD THE ABSTRACT BOOK HERE
Certificate of Attendance
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Welcome to MaastrichtDear colleagues,
The IAFMHS Board of Directors and the 2013 Local Organizing Committee (LOC) are pleased to invite you to participate in the 13th annual IAFMHS conference.
The conference will take place from June 18-21 in the Maastricht Exhibition & Conference Center (MECC) in Maastricht, the Netherlands. Maastricht is known for its picturesque squares, romantic streets, and historical buildings. It is also a center of gastronomy, with several Michelin-starred restaurants within walking distance. Furthermore, Maastricht has become known, by way of the Maastricht Treaty, as the birthplace of the European Union, European citizenship, and the single European currency, the euro. Maastricht has a large international student population.
For the 2013 conference, we hope to generate further integration within the forensic mental health field. Furthermore, we offer several additional services related to forensic field. For example, during the conference, there will be an opportunity to join an excursion to a Dutch Forensic Mental Health clinic. Also, several forensic patients will be involved in the program.
We encourage submissions for symposia with presenters from different countries. We also especially welcome proposals containing multidisciplinary aspects, integration of research and practice, and special populations. Furthermore we welcome submissions of forensic case studies. A full list of conference themes is listed below, as well as the time schedule.
Please click here to register.
We look forward to welcoming you to Maastricht!
Kim van Oorsouw (Chair, Local Organizing Committee)
Preconference Workshops and Preconference Tour
Moving Research into Policy and Practice
Promising Practices: Effective Treatment and Services
Collaborative Relationships between Systems
Juvenile Offenders; Specialized Treatment Programs
Risk Assessment and Management
Forensic Mental Health Assessment
Resilience and Protective Factors
Education and Training
Genetics & Neurobiology
Legal practice, Issues and Policy
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6201 BH Maastricht, the Netherlands
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