Peer-Supported Open Dialogue Conference 2017

It’s that time of year again, when we start organising for our annual national POD conference. The 2017 event will be held at Regents Hall in Oxford St, London on March 22nd. We should have a number of commissioners and other senior NHS folk coming – now that we’re on the verge of receiving the largest grant for an Open Dialogue trial ever – and so we really want to showcase it again. This year we aim to run it as a series of dialogues, between a mix of clinicians and service users, with some focus on core principles. We’ll also have a special guest in the afternoon; Prof Doug Zeidonis from the University of Massachusetts Medical School, who led the work on the fidelity criteria with Mary and Jaakko. And, as I write, there’s a chance Mary might be coming along as well.

Please go to the link below to book your tickets as soon as you can, and also please do promote and circulate it to your networks as widely as possible. Tickets are, again, on a donations only basis, which we have done to encourage as broad an attendance as possible, so please help us get the word out. You can book here.

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