Congress News Flash
April 6, 2022
As Joint Chair of the Congress Steering Committee, I look forward to welcoming you in person and online to the 23rd WFMH World Congress being held in collaboration with the World Dignity Project in London from 28th June to 1st July 2022. Our Committees and the Technical Secretariat have been working hard to make this a memorable event for all of you.
We are very excited about our partnership with Alpha Psychiatry who will publish the proceedings.
Alpha Psychiatry is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal publishing high-quality publications of scientific and clinical significance on all areas of psychiatry, basic and clinical neuroscience, and behavioral sciences. The journal is currently indexed in major databases, including Science Citation Index Expanded (Impact Factor: 0.518), PubMed Central, and Scopus (Cite score: 0.5).
The target audience of the journal includes psychiatrists, mental health workers, neuroscientists and researchers who are interested or working in in all fields of medicine. All published content is made available online free of charge at https://alpha-psychiatry.com/. With Alpha Psychiatry, the authors retain the copyright of their work with a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License (CC-BY-NC), so all your accepted submissions are made available in full content to the broadest audience possible.
We encourage you to submit your abstracts on the website by 27th April 2022 which can be presented in person or online.
We also have a dedicated e-poster session for those people who are keen to showcase their work in poster format.
Here is the link for abstract submission:
We are delighted to share some of the abstracts that have already been accepted for presentation at the 23rd WFMH World Congress 2022 – Mental Health a Global Priority.
We look forward to sharing more with you in the weeks ahead as we count down to the Congress.
Come and join us and be a partner. Together we can make a difference.
MBE Steering Committee Joint Chair