About the Conference
Today, more than half of all global humanity lives in urban areas. That figure is projected to grow to more than 60 percent by 2050. Although cities possess conditions that promote good mental health, they also possess conditions - poverty, conflict, and social isolation - that are harmful to mental health. In fact, research demonstrates that city living is linked to increased risk for mental health problems.
This conference is jointly sponsored by University of Illinois (UIC) College of Medicine at Chicago, the UIC Jane Addams College of Social Work, and the Adler School of Professional Psychology. It is intended for mental health professionals including psychologists, physicians (particularly in psychiatry and primary care), and the wide range of professionals involved in social determinants of health issues: social workers, nurses, allied health professionals, community-based organizations, academicians, policy-makers, legislators, and philanthropists.
Take Advantage of This Exciting CME/CE Opportunity
This conference activity is eligible for a maximum of 11 educational credit hours.
- For psychologists and interested non-psychologists: The Adler School will provide American Psychological Association continuing education (CE) credits.
- For physicians: The UIC College of Medicine at Chicago will provide continuing medical education (CME) credits.
- For social workers: The UIC Jane Addams College of Social Work will provide CE credits.
- General Admission: $395.00
- Non-Adler Student Rate: $195.00
- For group rates, contact the ISE
- Adler School Registrants: Email ISE to register for the conference.
Please note: No refunds will be issued for registrations made after August 31, 2012. No refunds will be given for registrants who do not attend.