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In the heart of Paris, France, join us for an extraordinary journey of discovery and innovation. From November 18-19, immerse yourself in a realm of possibilities at the 35th International Conference on Public Mental Health and Neurosciences.

Together, we'll unlock the potential to eliminate stigma, shape our collective future, and build a better world. Engage with like-minded individuals, connect with change-makers, and unearth new insights that will redefine the landscape of mental well-being.

You are not just one in 8 billion; you are an agent of change. Your actions have the power to transform lives and shape the future. Join us in Paris as we pave the way for a brighter tomorrow.

Seize the opportunity to register for this unforgettable experience, and encourage your colleagues and loved ones to join you. Let's embark on this journey together and redefine the future of mental well-being.

Paris awaits, ready to be discovered. Welcome to WORLD MENTAL HEALTH 2024, where the transformation begins.

Warm regards,
Josephine | Program Manager
Organizing Committee | WORLD MENTAL HEALTH 2024
Whatsapp: +44 7418315935



The 35th International Conference on Public Mental Health and Neurosciences is scheduled to take place from November 18-19, 2024, in the beautiful city of Paris, France. This esteemed conference is dedicated to exploring the latest innovations in the fields of mental health and neurosciences, aiming to foster collaboration, exchange knowledge, and promote advancements in research and practice.

The overarching theme of this year's conference is "Innovations in Mental Health and Neurosciences." It will serve as a platform for renowned experts, researchers, practitioners, and policymakers from around the globe to discuss and showcase cutting-edge innovations, breakthroughs, and best practices in the realms of mental health and neurosciences.

Benefits of Attendance

Networking Opportunities: Attendees will have the unique opportunity to connect with leading professionals, researchers, and academics in the fields of mental health and neurosciences. Engage in meaningful discussions, exchange ideas, and establish valuable contacts for future collaborations.

Access to Latest Research: Stay abreast of the most recent developments, discoveries, and advancements in mental health and neurosciences. Gain insights into emerging trends, methodologies, and technologies shaping these dynamic fields.

Interactive Sessions and Workshops: Participate in a diverse range of interactive sessions, workshops, and panel discussions led by experts in the field. Enhance your knowledge, skills, and understanding of key topics, including novel interventions, therapeutic approaches, and neuroscientific research methodologies.

Platform for Presentations: Showcase your research findings, projects, and initiatives to an international audience. Present your work through oral presentations, poster sessions, or symposiums, and receive valuable feedback from peers and experts in the field.

Professional Development: Enhance your professional development by attending specialized sessions focused on career advancement, funding opportunities, and interdisciplinary collaboration. Gain practical insights and strategies to excel in your academic or professional journey.

Cultural Experience: Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture and rich heritage of Paris, one of the most iconic cities in the world. Explore its renowned landmarks, museums, and culinary delights, and experience the unique blend of history, art, and innovation that Paris has to offer.

Publication Opportunities: Selected papers presented at the conference may have the opportunity for publication in esteemed journals or conference proceedings, providing further visibility and recognition for your research contributions.

Continuing Education Credits: Earn continuing education credits (CEUs) or professional development credits (PDCs) by participating in accredited sessions or workshops, enhancing your credentials and expertise in the field.

Don't miss this exceptional opportunity to be part of a dynamic and collaborative environment dedicated to advancing mental health and neurosciences. Join us in Paris for the 35th International Conference on Public Mental Health and Neurosciences and contribute to shaping the future of these critical disciplines.

Sessions & Tracks

Track 01 Mental Illness & Health Care

This track likely focuses on the intersection of mental health conditions and the healthcare system. It may cover topics such as access to mental health services, treatment modalities, stigma reduction, and policy implications for mental healthcare.

  • Mental illness
  • healthcare access
  • stigma
  • treatment modalities

Track 02 Neuro Therapeutics

This track is likely centered around the development and application of therapeutic interventions for neurological disorders. It may encompass various treatment modalities such as pharmacological treatments, neuromodulation techniques, and emerging therapies targeting the nervous system.

  • Neurological disorders
  • therapeutic interventions
  • pharmacotherapy
  • neuromodulation

Track 3 Central Nervous System

This track likely focuses specifically on disorders and treatments related to the central nervous system (CNS), which includes the brain and spinal cord. It may cover a wide range of topics such as neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, CNS diseases, and therapeutic approaches targeting the CNS.

  • Central nervous system
  • brain, spinal cord
  • neuroanatomy

Track 4 Psychotherapy and Psychosomatic Medicine

This track probably explores the relationship between mental processes, emotional states, and physical health. It may cover topics such as psychosomatic disorders, mind-body interactions, therapeutic approaches like psychotherapy, and interventions targeting both mental and physical well-being.

  • Psychotherapy
  • psychosomatic medicine
  • mind-body interactions

Track 5 Neuroscience and Neurology

This track focuses on the study of the nervous system, including the brain, spinal cord, and nerves, with an emphasis on understanding their structure, function, and relationship to behavior and cognition. Research in this area may involve studying neurological diseases, neural pathways, synaptic connections, and the effects of various interventions on neurological function

Track 6 Psychiatry

Psychiatry is a branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mental disorders. This track may cover topics such as psychiatric assessment, pharmacotherapy, psychotherapy, and the biological, psychological, and social factors that contribute to mental illness.

Track 7 Psychology and Mental Health

This track encompasses the study of human behavior and mental processes, as well as the promotion of mental well-being and the prevention and treatment of mental illness. Topics may include cognitive psychology, developmental psychology, social psychology, counseling techniques, and interventions for various mental health conditions.

Track 8 Paediatric Neurology

Paediatric neurology focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of neurological disorders in children. This track may cover developmental disorders, epilepsy, neurogenetic disorders, neuromuscular disorders, and other conditions that affect the developing nervous system.

Track 09 Addiction

This track examines the neurobiological, psychological, and social aspects of addiction, including substance use disorders and behavioral addictions. Research in this area may explore the underlying mechanisms of addiction, risk factors, prevention strategies, and evidence-based treatments.

Track 10 Alzheimer Disease, Ageing and Dementia

This track focuses on the study of neurodegenerative disorders, particularly Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia, as well as the aging process and its impact on cognitive function. Research in this area may involve biomarker discovery, early detection methods, disease mechanisms, and interventions to slow or prevent cognitive decline.

Track 11 Neurosurgery

Neurosurgery is a surgical specialty that deals with the treatment of disorders affecting the nervous system, including the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves. This track may cover surgical techniques, perioperative care, patient outcomes, and advances in neurosurgical technology.

Track 12 Neurological Complications of COVID-19

This track examines the neurological manifestations of COVID-19, including complications such as encephalopathy, stroke, and Guillain-Barre syndrome. Research in this area may explore the underlying mechanisms of neurological injury, risk factors, and management strategies for patients with COVID-19-related neurological complications.

Track 13 Brain and Neurological Disorders

This track encompasses a broad range of neurological disorders, including neurodevelopmental disorders, neurodegenerative diseases, movement disorders, and cerebrovascular diseases. Research in this area may focus on disease mechanisms, diagnostic methods, and novel treatments.

Track 14 Depression and Eating Disorders

This track focuses on the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of mood disorders such as depression and eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. Research in this area may explore genetic and environmental risk factors, psychotherapeutic approaches, and pharmacological interventions.

Track 15 COVID-19 and Mental Health

This track examines the psychological impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, including stress, anxiety, depression, and other mental health challenges experienced by individuals and communities. Research in this area may explore coping mechanisms, resilience factors, and interventions to support mental well-being during the pandemic.

Track 16 Women's Mental Health

This track focuses on the unique mental health needs and experiences of women, including issues related to reproductive health, pregnancy, postpartum depression, menopause, and gender-specific risk factors for mental illness. Research in this area may address gender disparities in access to mental health care and the development of gender-sensitive interventions.

Track 17 Global Epidemiology of Mental Illness

This track examines the prevalence, distribution, and determinants of mental disorders on a global scale, with a focus on understanding how sociocultural, economic, and environmental factors influence mental health outcomes. Research in this area may involve epidemiological surveys, cross-cultural studies, and analyses of mental health policy and service delivery models worldwide.

Market Analysis

WORLD MENTAL HEALTH 2024 disorders are prevalent conditions affecting individuals worldwide, stemming from a combination of genetic and environmental factors that disrupt emotional and behavioral equilibrium. While behavioral and psychotherapies are primary treatments, medications are sometimes prescribed alongside them. The Mental Health market encompasses drugs targeting a spectrum of disorders, including depressive, anxiety, sleeping, and psychotic disorders.

Projections indicate that by 2024, the Mental Health market will reach a revenue of US$38.42 billion, with an expected annual growth rate (CAGR 2024-2028) of 0.67%, culminating in a market volume of US$39.46 billion by 2028. Notably, the United States is anticipated to generate the highest revenue, projected at US$11,730.00 million in 2024. On a per capita basis, each individual contributes approximately US$66.31 to the market's revenue in 2024.


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To support participants in their VISA application process, we provide VISA support documents as follows:

1. Official Letter of Invitation
2. Official Letter of Abstract Acceptance
3. Receipt of Payment

Points to note:

  • Visa Letter (official letter of invitation) will be issued only after successful registration and payment for the conference.
  • Visa Letters can be issued only for the individual accepted to attend the conference.
  • Please contact the Program Manager, Josephine, via to arrange for a Visa Letter.

Kindly provide us with the following information for Visa Letters:

  • Your name as it appears on your passport
  • Passport Scan Copy (for passport number and date of birth)
  • Abstract Acceptance letter for Presenters

Payment Methods:

  1. Payment Gateway/RAZORPAY
  2. Bank-to-Bank transfer

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Please contact Program Manager Josephine via The VACCINE 2024 team will provide you with an INVOICE for the requested price, enabling you to make the Bank-to-Bank transfer.

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Conference Date November 18-19, 2024

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  • Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
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