Dr Mark Rowe spoke at our conference “The future of depression and bipolar disorder in UCD and delivered a most engaging and relevant presentation to an audience that included Clinicians , Volunteers with Aware and the general Public. We had over 800 people register for the event and Mark spoke for 20 minutes and held the room’s attention for the entire period. He also participated in a panel discussion afterwards and his responses to questions was appreciated by all. He is a wonderful engaging speaker and the feedback from those who heard Mark speak was all very positive.
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