The following message contains information you need to know about the upcoming National Consortium of Torture Treatment Programs 2023 Annual Meeting and the 15th Annual Research Symposium. Please note in particular:
The Symposium this year will be a hybrid event. Please note that there are separate registration links for the in-person and online events.
The registration deadline is March 10, 2023.
If you have guests you would like to invite (such as from your congressional delegation or clients) to the symposium (either online or in-person) contact Madeline.Cohodes@nyulangone.org for the promo code.
Monday, March 20th 8:30 AM-5:00 PM The Fifteenth Annual Symposium “A Long and Winding Road: Ongoing Challenges and Healing Processes for Forced Migrants and Survivors of Torture”
Click here to register for the in-person event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/15th-annual-ncttp-research-symposium-tickets-513219331837
Washington, DC 20052.
Please Note: A completed Georgetown University COVID form is required to attend this event in person. Here is a link to the form if you missed it on your registration: https://gucovid.force.com/visitor/s/?event=VE6515
Click here to register for the online event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-fifteenth-annual-ncttp-symposium-virtual-event-tickets-530829614667
This link may be shared with anyone you think would be interested in attending the symposium
The Symposium is a full-day event and open to the public. The objective of the symposium is to offer the opportunity of a multidisciplinary forum for the exchange of original research and/or systematic literature review among professionals working providing clinical services or conducting research with survivors of state sponsored torture. This symposium is directed to physicians, psychologists, social workers, physical therapists, and lawyers in disciplines like medicine, psychology, social work, case management, epidemiology, justice and reparation.
If you have questions about the symposium, please contact Madeline Cohodes at Madeline.Cohodes@nyulangone.org