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SCHIZOPHRENIA AWARENESS WEEK
Mental Health Carers N.T

CARERS AND CONSUMERS DINNER
AT SUNSET RESTAURANT SKYCITY CASINO
22ND MAY

cost $5.00 carers & consumers
(others $19.95)

Meet 6.00 p.m. in Casino Foyer

Please note – limited numbers
RSVP c.o.b 18th May 2007
Phone 8948 1016 (leave message)
or 0434 144 450




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Thursday 24th May 2007
Schizophrenia: the Search for Solutions.

The MIFA Speaker Tour with
PROFESSOR STANLEY CATTS
of the
Australian Psychosis Research Network

This public forum in Darwin hosted by Mental Health Carers NT during Schizophrenia Awareness Week 2007 will explore the theme Schizophrenia: the Search for Solutions. It will be a chance to learn the role Australian researchers are playing in fighting for better treatments and better answers. Issues will span the medical to the social.

Stanley Catts is Professor of Hospital and Community Psychiatry, The University of Queensland, and the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital.

Professor Catts is a clinical researcher who has contributed significantly to the understanding of the nature of the cognitive deficits associated with psychotic disorder. His long-term research interest is the neurobiology of Schizophrenia.

Thursday 24th May 2007
3.00 pm (Seating from 2.45)
Presentation 1hr followed by questions

Charles Darwin University
Function Room
Building 31 (above cafeteria and bookshop)
Level 3, Room 3 (map avaiable)

SVP before 18th May:
Caroline Richardson
Mental Health Carers NT
Ph.8948 1051 or 0411 103 986
mentalhealthcarersnt@iinet.net.au

or
Andrew McGinn
CDU
andrew.mcginn@cdu.edu.au

All community members including carers, consumers of mental health services, service providers, students and members of the general public are welcome.

Entry is by gold coin donation.

Afternoon tea will be served on arrival.


This speaker tour has been supported
by Eli Lilly and Company




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