ICIS Opposition to US WHO funding

Infants may be the most vulnerable to the changes in proposed WHO funding by the United States government. SRCD has developed a statement that we at ICIS endorse. Please click the link below to review the SRCD statement....

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ICIS 2020 Cancellation Statement

Dear Colleagues, It is with deep sadness that we announce that the 2020 International Congress of Infant Studies will not be held in Glasgow July 6 – 9, 2020 as planned. The Executive Committee has been closely monitoring the global situation with respect to COVID-19....

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COVID-19 Statement

  We are working full time on preparations for ICIS Biennial Congress in Glasgow and with no current recommendations to restrict travel to Scotland or the United Kingdom, our plans for the upcoming event remain in place. The International Congress of Infant...

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ICIS Statement of Community

ICIS Statement of Community The International Congress of Infant Studies (ICIS) provides a context for the dissemination of research methods and findings on psychological development during infancy and early childhood and supports open intellectual discussion about...

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Separation of Migrant Children

         Separation of Migrant Children Scientific statement by ISDP and ICIS on U.S. government practice of separating migrant children from their parents at the border Isolating children from their caregivers and families leads to abnormal development by creating...

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Letter to NIH Regarding Clinical Trials

Letter to NIH Regarding Clinical Trials ICIS has written the following letter to NIH regarding Clinical Trials.  Please read through the letter and let NIH know your thoughts regarding their change in policy.  Special thank you to Lisa Oakes for drafting the response....

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