- Clinical research and applications
- Mental health and well-being
- Neuroscience and consciousness research
- Mainstreaming and medicalization
- Ritual, setting and placebo
- Psychedelics and ecology
- Cultural and ethical aspects
ICPR stresses the importance of addressing biases and blind spots in psychedelics research, encouraging reflective and critical engagement.
We invite our speakers to contribute to a constructive discourse that considers ethical standards and research practices in light of their broader implications for society.
ICPR is a podium for a wide variety of ideas, disciplines, perspectives, localities, and individuals involved in psychedelic research. We support and amplify the voices of researchers whose social or economic circumstances put them at a disadvantage to attending this conference. To facilitate this, we will offer scholarships to researchers from countries who have limited means to join the conference but whose perspectives bring added value to ICPR.
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