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Dear Colleagues and Attendees of the 22nd EPA Congress in Munich,
We would like to thank you warmly for coming to Munich and making the 22nd EPA Congress a great success. Despite other large scale congresses taking place in 2014, more than 3100 of us gathered to show the different scientific facets of European Psychiatry.
The Munich Congress supports the notion that the EPA is now the most important Congress for Psychiatrists in Europe.
With this we would like to thank you for your valuable contribution to making this Congress such a success and looking forward to meeting you at the 23rd EPA Congress in Vienna from the 28th -31st of March 2015, if not before!
The electronic version of the EPA Congress News is available here: http://www.europsy.net/publications/newsletters/

Warmest regards,

Prof. D. Wasserman Prof. P. Falkai Prof. H-J. Moeller
President of the EPA LOC Chair LOC

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The 22nd European Congress of Psychiatry (EPA 2014) taking place in Munich, Germany, will be a major meeting of international psychiatrists dedicated to promoting European psychiatry and to improving mental health around the globe. Guided by the motto, "European Psychiatry Focusing on Body and Mind”, EPA 2014 is Europe’s leading platform devoted to facilitating a robust exchange of ideas, reflection and collaboration of expertise in the field of psychiatry and its related disciplines.

With active members in as many as 75 countries as well as 33 national psychiatric associations, the European Psychiatric Association is the main association representing psychiatry in Europe. Its mission is to improve psychiatry and mental health care in Europe. EPA members include leading experts in numerous fields, covered by 19 scientific Sections. EPA’s activities address the interests of psychiatrists in academia, research and practice throughout all stages of career development.