10th, 11th and 12th September 2014 - London
The Mermaid Conference and Events Centre is situated between the City and the West End in London. Located on the North Bank of the Thames, it enjoys spectacular views towards the Tate Modern, the Globe theatre and the Millennium Bridge. The venue has a 600 seat auditorium, in addition to a wide range of adaptable rooms and two rooms with panoramic views across the Thames.
The Mermaid Theatre was a theatre encompassing the site of Puddle Dock and Curriers' Alley at Blackfriars in the City of London, and the most recently-built in the City since the time of Shakespeare. It was, importantly, also one of the first new theatres to abandon the traditional stage layout; instead a single tier of seats surrounded the stage on three sides.
Transport Links are excellent. The nearest tube stops are:
- Blackfriars – newly opened tube and train station, with direct services from Luton and Brighton. Simply turn right as you leave the Blackfriars North exit and it is just a 2 minute walk
- Mansion House – on the District/Circle line a short 6 minute walk
- St Paul’s – on the central line, approximately a 4 minute walk.
Who Should Attend
This meeting will address important clinical and scientific questions relating to ADHD and will be relevant to anyone interested in the mental health of people from the adolescent years through to early, middle and later adult life.
The official language of the Conference is English.
Official invitation letters to meet administrative requirements of some countries will be issued upon request. Please note that such letters do not represent a commitment on the part of the Scientific Committee or the Conference Organisers to provide financial assistance or to accept submitted abstracts.
Conference Badges & Conference Material
Name badges together with the Conference material will be provided on-site to all registered delegates. Access to all areas including the Lecture Theatre will be allowed only to badge holders.
Certificate of Attendance
All registered delegates are entitled to a certificate of attendance.
An application will be made to the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME) for CME accreditation of this event.
The EACCME is an institution of the European Union of Medical Specialists
Liability & Insurance
Delegates are advised to arrange health and accident insurance before travelling to the Conference. The organisers cannot accept liability for personal injury or loss/damage to property and belongings of delegates during the Conference or their stay in London.