Monday, October 7, 2013 at 04:39PM

Sold out with more than 150 attendees nearly three weeks before the event was enough of an indicator to IPS leadership that the information was in demand.  After hosting a successful symposium on the DSM-5 Saturday, September 21 at the JW Marriott in Indianapolis, the leadership of the IPS opted to plan a second training scheduled for Saturday, January 11 at the Ritz Charles in Carmel.  Registration is expected to be available beginning Monday, October 14. If the last event was any indicator of the popularity of the January event, interested persons should register quickly.

See below for photos of our September event.

 IPS President, Dr. Doug Morris addresses a sold out audience at the 2013 IPS Fall Symposium.


IPS member, Dr. Chris Shim (Fort Wayne) discusses changes to depressive disorders in the DSM-5.


More than 150 psychiatrists, physicians of other specialities, nurses, social workers and other mental health professionals gathered Saturday, September 21 at the JW Marriott Indianapolis for the accredited event.


Indiana University Psychiatry residents gather during the symposium.

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