The ISTSS 32nd
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Ronald C. Kessler, PhD, Harvard Medical School, USA
Elisabeth Binder, MD, PhD, Max Planck Institute, Germany
Mark van Ommeren, PhD, WHO, Switzerland
Christine Knaevelsrud, PhD, Freie Universitat, Germany
Deborah Lee, DClinPsy, University College London, UK
Matthew R. Sanders, PhD, University of Queensland, Australia
John M. Boyle, PhD, ICF International, USA
Heleen Riper, PhD, VU University, Netherlands
Albert "Skip" Rizzo, PhD, University of Southern California, USA
Trauma and trauma-related disorders are significant public health issues that require interdisciplinary approaches including epidemiology, biostatistics and health services research. Advances in assessment, treatment and prevention efforts and knowledge translation are of critical importance if we are to increase public awareness and de-stigmatize trauma-related disorders. The use of innovative technology is now closely tied to public health strategies. Through modern technologies, media and internet usage, knowledge translation is increasing and research has a greater impact on clinical practice just as practice is informing the research agenda. Improvement of information flow and communication between researchers and clinicians is being seen across the world. Innovative technologies are also being used in treatment and research as in the case of neurofeedback, ambulatory momentary assessments methods and virtual reality therapies. Also, new clinical tools such as e-health, online therapy and supervision have improved the speed and quality of treatment. The ISTSS 32nd annual meeting is an ideal platform to demonstrate recent advances in the two related fields of public health and innovative technology and how they can be used to improve recovery from trauma-related disorders.
Sheraton Dallas Hotel
400 North Olive Street
Dallas, TX, USA
Toll Free Reservations: +1-888-627-8191
General Guest Phone: +1-214-922-8000
Guest Fax: +1-214-922-0308
ISTSS has negotiated a special rate of $169 per night, single or double occupancy (complimentary Internet included). Rooms and rates are based on availability and subject to state and local fees/taxes (which are currently 15% per room). Be sure to make reservations by October 7, 2016; afterward, the discounted room rates may not apply.
Make your reservation online today! To make your reservation by phone, call the Sheraton Dallas Hotel reservation line at +1-888-627-8191, 24 hours a day, seven days a week and inform them you are attending the ISTSS Meeting.