Task Force on Publications
Dzmitry Krupchanka - Chair
|CASANOVA DIAS Marisa
Objectives of the Task Force on Publications:
- To develop online educational publications, to be posted on the EPA website, and possibly sponsored.
- To produce at least one book by early career psychiatrists and one book dedicated to early career psychiatrists.
- To produce a series of guidelines on issues of great relevance for psychiatric practice for trainees and early career psychiatrists.
- To improve visibility of early career psychiatrists’ publications, in particular those published in European Psychiatry, the official journal of the Association.
- To increase the dissemination of news regarding early career psychiatrists, through the publication of a quarterly bulletin (to be published online and in paper version).
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How to Succeed in Psychiatry: a Guide to Training and Practice
Andrea Fiorillo, Former Chairman of the EPA Early Career Psychiatrists Committee, Department of Psychiatry, University of Naples SUN, Italy
Iris T. Calliess, M.D, Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Hanover School of Medicine, Germany
Henning Sass, Medical Director, Chairman of the Board; Professor of Psychiatry, Hospital of the University of Technology, RWTH Aachen, Germany
The EPA Early Career Psychiatrists Committee, with the mentorship and guidance of Prof. Sass, EPA Chairman of the Committee on Education, produced its first book in January 2012. This is an invaluable first-hand experience about the day to day issues that arise in psychiatry, with guidance on training, research, job opportunities, avoiding stress through to continuing professional development.
Aimed at recently qualified psychiatrists or those looking to qualify soon, How to Succeed in Psychiatry is not a source of clinical information but a survival guide to help young colleagues through the first years of their practice.
The book opens with an overview of psychiatry training, describing the similarities and differences among various countries. Subsequent chapters address the opportunities for research and how to publish the results. Psychotherapy and community psychiatry each merit their own chapter on training. Next, the book guides the readers through the transition phase into a job, discussing job opportunities in both the public and private sectors and considering how to choose the best career for you. It reviews important general considerations, such as ethics, professionalism, leadership and management, how to avoid stress and burn out, and how to liaise with other specialties. The book closes with an account of the role of psychiatry associations and continuing professional development.
This book is authored by EPA early career psychiatrists committee and the European Federation of Psychiatric Trainees and includes 21 chapters, and 50 authors from 16 different countries.
- Fiorillo, Pinto da Costa, Nakamae, Puspanathan, Riese, Picon, Elkholy, Associations of early career psychiatrists worldwide: history, role, and future perspectives_of_early_career_psychiatrists, Middle East Current Psychiatry, 2016, 23:3–9
- Andlauer, Jovanovic, Koelkebeck, Kazakova, Pinto Da Costa. European early career psychiatrists. IJCNMH. 2015;2(Suppl. 1):L14
- Fiorillo A, Malik A, Luciano M, Del Vecchio V, Sampogna G, Del Gaudio L, Rojnic Kuzman M, Jovanovic N, Nawka A, Volpe U.Challenges for trainees in psychiatry and early career psychiatrists. International Review of Psychiatry, August 2013; 25(4): 431–437
- Fiorillo A. New Directions in Psychiatry - Defining the Way. International Psychiatry, 2012, Vol. 9 No. 3, Correspondence.
- Riese F, Oakley K, Bendix M, Piir P, Fiorillo A. A financial crisis for young psychiatrists in many countries worldwide. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 2012, eLetter.
- Rojnic Kuzman M, Giacco D, Simmons M, Wuyts P, Bausch-Becker N, Favre G, Nawka A. Psychiatry training in Europe: Views from the trenches. Medical Teacher, 2012, e1-e10, webpaper.
- Giacco D. Psychiatric training in Europe - the opinions of early career psychiatrists. International Psychiatry, 2011, Vol. 8 No. 4, Correspondence.
- Pantovic M, Sardahaee F S, Fiorillo A, Lauber C, Sartorius N and Sass H. Experience of the EPA Academia 1st Summer School - Comorbidity between Mental and Physical Disorders. European Psychiatry, 2011, 26:7, free communication.
- Nawka A, Rojnic Kuzman M, Giacco D and Malik A. Mental Health Reforms in Europe: Challenges of Postgraduate Psychiatric Training in Europe: A Trainee Perspective. Psychiatric Services, September 2010, Vol. 61 No. 9
- Volpe U, Fiorillo A, Goldberg D and Sartorius N. Professional skills for early career psychiatrists: the 2010 AIMHP course in Italy. European Psychiatry, 2010, 25:5, free communication.
- Fiorillo A, Calliess I, Volpe U, et al. Early career psychiatrists committee of the European Psychiatric Association: an essential tool for the future. European Psychiatry, 2010, 25:3, free communication.