Open to the public as well as to all specialties of health-care providers, this conference focuses on best practices, tools and evidence-based information from leading researchers and clinicians, from 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m., Saturday, April 27; free. Rachele Peterson of the Department of Psychiatry in the UA College of Medicine presents the keynote address, "Brain Immune Interactions: The Science of Health and Well-Being." Breakout session topics include "Mental Health and the Aging Woman," "Mood Disorders During Pregnancy, Postpartum, Menopause and PMDD," "Girls and Bullying," "Pathways to Patient and Family Well-being After Breast Cancer Diagnosis," and five others. Call 626-1392 or visit wmh.arizona.edu
to register and for more information.