The Facts About Schizophrenia: Working with the Body of KnowledgeJoin a unique interactive technology "mashup," centered on a live webcast event:
Body of Knowledge: The Purposes, Approaches and Outcome of Appraising What We Know about Schizophrenia.
A workshop at the International Congress on Schizophrenia Research, moderated by Angus MacDonald III and Ragiv Tandon.
Important Note: This particular airing of What We Know About Schizophrenia is reserved for mental health professionals; a separate session for consumers, family members, and the general public will be organized later this year.
*To attend in person, you will have to be registered with ICOSR.
Whether you are a "face-to-face" or virtual participant who wishes to access the videocast and live chatrooms, you will have to be registered in advance. Please use the form below to do so (a log-in and password for videocast and chatroom access will be provided a few days before the actual event).
The proceedings will be carried live by videocast at SRF, and we are especially excited about a new technology "mash-up" created by our technical team, which allows for multiple simultaneous discussions of the different areas of research in separate chat rooms.
Whether you are sitting in the audience in San Diego, or at your desk in New York, Munich, or Tokyo, you can discuss the presentations in REAL TIME (to translate the start time for your time zone, please click here). During the last hour of the workshop, the moderators will directly address questions raised by you and your colleagues in the chat rooms.
To participate online, you will have to have a computer (PC or Mac) with speakers and a high-speed broadband connection to the Internet.
This particular airing of What We Know About Schizophrenia is reserved for professionals; a separate session for consumers, family members, and the general public will be organized later this year.