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(2000). 42nd IPA Congress, Nice, 2001. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 81:417.

(2000). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 81:417

42nd IPA Congress, Nice, 2001

The 42nd IPA Congress will be held in Nice, France from Sunday 22 July to Friday 27 July 2001. Registration will take place on Sunday 22 July at the Nice Acropolis, which will be the meeting venue. The main theme of the Congress will be ‘Psychoanalysis: Method and Applications’. The Chair of the Programme Committee for the Congress is Dr Jorge Canestri (Rome), the Secretary is Dr Jane Milton (London), and the Co-Chairs are Dr phil. Ekkehard Gattig (Bremen), Robert A. Glick, MD, (New York), and Dra Alcira Mariam Alizade (Buenos Aires). The French Psychoanalytical Association and the Paris Psychoanalytical Society are co-hosting the meeting, and their Local Arrangements Committee is co-chaired by Dr Jean Cournut and Mme Evelyne Séchaud.

Further details will be announced in the IPA Newsletters, as well as on the IPA Website at http://www.ipa.org.uk

Call for papers

The Programme Committee invites Members and Candidates to submit scientific papers to be considered for presentation at the Congress as Individual Scientific Papers, as well as proposals for poster presentations of novel psychoanalytic theoretical and technical ideas and findings. Individual papers and posters need not be related to the main theme.

In the case of papers, five copies, together with a diskette and a 250-word abstract, must be submitted by September 15th, 2000. The reading time of each paper should be 30–35 minutes (15 pages), and must not be exceeded. Suggestions for poster presentations should be submitted in the form of a one or two page abstract (500 words maximum) and sent by the same deadline.

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