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Upcoming Events

Date EVENT Location description
2017.11.23-25 Berlin CL-Course 2017 (Consultation-Liaison-Psychiatry and Psychosomatics)
Berlin
(Germany)

The course is organized by the EPA Section on Consultation Liaison Psychiatry & Psychosomatics in collaboration with the Evangelisches Krankenhaus Königin Elisabeth Herzberge (KEH). It aims at developing necessary skills for beginners in Consultation-Liaison-Psychiatry and Psychosomatics, as well as providing the possibility to discuss and deepen the experience for seasoned ones.
In three parallel tracks there will be workshops, lectures and interactive group work on Consultation-Liaison-Psychiatry and Psychosomatics. Sessions will be held in English and in German language. Internationally renowned experts from Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Norway and Austria will be part of the course faculty.

More information about the course can be found in the course brochure and the registration form.

2017.12.14-16 International Forum on Mood and Anxiety Disorders (IFMAD) Madrid
(Spain)

banner_sito_Madrid-2017 - CopieInternational Forum on Mood and Anxiety Disorders (IFMAD). Beside the opportunity to learn from the high level Scientific Programme, by attending the meeting you will also benefit from:

  • Top level education and updating on the latest outcomes in clinical research
  • Full access to interactive discussions between the Speakers and the Audience
  • A lively exchange with colleagues of different cultures and medical approaches
  • An enriching networking experience

For further information about this event please see the official website.

2018.01.19-20 International Conference on Promoting the Mental Health and Wellbeing of Children and Adolescents
Almaty
(Kazakhstan)

UNICEF bannerThe 1st International Conference on “Promoting the Mental Health and Wellbeing of Children and Adolescents” will take place on 19-20 January 2018 in Almaty, Kazakhstan. The Conference is organized by the Government of Kazakhstan, UNICEF, National Mental Health Center and other governmental and nongovernmental partners. It will be held under the patronage of the European Psychiatric Association and European Brain Council, and supported by the World Psychiatric Association as WPA Co-sponsored event.

The purpose of the Conference is to facilitate cross-countries dialogue and use opportunities to promote mental health and wellbeing through the application of better policies, research and investments that highlight and address the needs of children and adolescents. For more information please about the Conference please visit its official website.

2018.03.03-06 26th European Congress of Psychiatry
Nice
(France)

The 26th European Congress of Psychiatry is organised by the European Psychiatric Association (EPA), and will take place EPA2018_Banner_650x650in Nice, France, on 3-6 March 2018. The theme of the Congress will be “Mental Health: Integrate, Innovate, Individualise”. The Congress will bring together expert clinicians, researchers and leaders of stakeholder organisations in the field of mental health, offering an outstanding set of Plenary and State of the Art Lectures, Educational Courses, Symposia, Workshops and sessions designed for early career psychiatrists.

For more information please visit the EPA 2018 Nice website.

2018.03.16-18 2nd Panhellenic Congress on the Prevention of Suicide and Violence
Athens
(Greece)

HSRPSV_Congress_BannerThe 2nd Panhellenic Congress on the Prevention of Suicide and Violence will take place in Athens Greece from the 16th to the 18th March 2018, under the patronage of EPA. The congress is organized by the Hellenic Society for Research and Prevention of Suicide and Violence, under the auspices of the Hellenic Psychiatric Association, the Hellenic Forensic Psychiatry Association and the Hellenic Academy of Forensic Sciences with the scientific collaboration of A’ and B’ Psychiatric Departments of the Athens University and the 5th Department of the Attica Psychiatric Hospital.

The main theme of the congress is “Suicide and Violence during the Socio-Economic Crisis: The Two Sides of the Same Coin”.

The invited speakers are Professor J. J. Mann (USA) and Professor D. Wassermann. The programme will include main presentations, symposia, and free communications. The emphasis will be put on ways and means of directly preventing suicide. Nevertheless, the various aspects of psychological mechanisms and psychopathological dimensions implicated on suicidality will be thoroughly addressed. Most of the presumed biological pathogenetic processes involved in aggression directed either towards oneself or against others will be elaborated. Also, special attention will be paid to social, cultural and environmental factors, which contribute to the development of self-destructive behavior. The overall aim is to improve our collective understanding of the phenomenon of suicide, based on the accumulated scientific evidence and to utilize the knowledge gained so far, in designing the most efficient programs for suicide prevention.

2018.10.19-21 II Congress on Mental Health: Meeting the Needs of the XXI Century (2018) Moscow
(Russia)

 

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The II Congress on Mental Health: Meeting the Needs of the XXI Century will take place on 19-21 October 2018 in Moscow, Russia. This Congress will continue the traditions of the I Congress on Mental Health that resulted in delivering four international conferences, 165 scientific reports, publication of the Collection of scientific papers from different areas of scientific knowledge in the mental health fields and development of the Declaration where 700 experts representing 33 countries introduced their commitment and priority tasks in the field of protection of people’s mental health.

The II Congress on Mental Health will focus on the development of an educational environment favorable to maintaining mental health and well-being. To achieve these goals the Congress will provide a unique forum to review the evidence and discuss the contents of education about mental health as well as methods that could be used to make educational effort productive and attractive through interdisciplinary, inter-institutional and inter-sectoral collaboration and cooperation.

Current education in the field of mental health is multifaceted and includes many different levels. This is due to the philosophical nature of the problem related to the fundamental aspects of human life. Therefore, the II Congress will convene experts from various spheres of public health, psychiatry & psychotherapy, psychology & gerontology, occupational labor & social security, science & education, art & culture, sport & physical fitness, economics & law as well as government, business & community sectors leaders to discuss the most important educational needs in the field of mental health, as well as to search for optimal solutions to develop and improve educational services.

For further information about this event please see the official website.