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Following fruitful discussions with EPA National Psychiatric Associations and past congress participants, EPA 2019 is proud to present a new registration fee structure.
This revised structure will more accurately reflect the economic situation in each country by adapting the World Bank classifications and offering additional discounts to participants from relevant economies.
The EPA is pleased to offer this inclusive pricing structure to enable local and international professionals to join us in Warsaw and contribute to improving mental health care worldwide.
Furthermore, EPA is pleased to announce two new membership categories: Associate Members and Students. Professionals working in and around the psychiatric field (psychologists, neurologists, psychiatric nurses, social workers and others) are eligible to become Associate Members. University students studying psychiatry, or fields related to mental health, may join as Student Members.
For more information, please visit the EPA website.
Country List A High-income economies excluding: Hungary, Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovakia (Slovak Republic), Slovenia, Estonia, Croatia
Country List B Upper-middle-income economies + Hungary, Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovakia (Slovak Republic), Slovenia, Estonia, Croatia
Country List CLower-middle-income and low-income economies
* EPA Member refers to an individual/international individual/associate/fellows EPA member(s), who has paid their annual membership fees for 2019. This catagory also applies to Honorary EPA Members.
** Early Career Psychiatrists (ECP) must be under 40 years of age at the congress date OR have less than 5 years of clinical practice after specialty. In order to register under this category, you will be required to upload a copy of ID with birth date OR a copy of an official letter/certificate from institution confirming the < 5 years with your registration form.
*** Psychiatry and Psychology specialist trainees - In order to register under this category, you will be required to upload a signed and stamped letter from the head of your department confirming your status.
**** Refers only to full-time students at time of the congress. The registration form must be accompanied by a copy of valid 2018-2019 student ID or an official letter from Head of Department confirming full-time student status.