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DECEMBER 3-5: Better Outcomes at the Intersection of Mental Health and Criminal Justice Conference. The Institute for Behavioral Healthcare Improvement (IBHI) is hosting a national conference December 3 - 5 in Miami, Fla. With support from the Mental Health Foundation, the conference will showcase the remarkable progress that can be achieved when community leaders, public safety officials and other stakeholders work together to better coordinate efforts and integrate programs to improve outcomes for people with behavioral health treatment needs. Full agenda and registration at www.ibhi.net.


DECEMBER 12-The Brain and Behaviroral Research Foundation hosts their free monthly Q&A webinar series: Robert Lowell: Courage, Genius, and Bipolar Disorder

Presented by: Kay Redfield Jamison, Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine / Johns Hopkins Hospital, The Dalio Family Professor in Mood Disorders, Professor of Psychiatry, 2010 NARSAD Productive Lives Award

Moderated by: Jeffrey Borenstein, M.D.

2:00pm-3:00pm EST

Robert Lowell, one of the greatest of American poets, had particularly devastating bipolar disorder. The webinar will discuss his illness and its relationship to his genius, as well as the role Lowell's enormous discipline and courage played in his life and writing.

Join by phone or on the web:

bbrfoundation.org/decemberwebinar