Πέμπτη, 22 Οκτωβρίου 2009

Second Eastern European Psychiatric Congress

Second Eastern European Psychiatric Congress

Moscow, Russian Federation
27-30 October 2009

The title:“Collaborating for Mental Health”

The main topics:
~ Multiprofessional approaches
~ Diagnostic assessment
~ Psychosocial rehabilitation

Scientific Programme
List of Topics 2nd Eastern European Psychiatric Congress 2009

1. Affective disorders
2. Anxiety, stress and adjustment disorders
3. Biological psychiatry and neurosciences
4. Child and adolescent psychiatry
5. Clinical psychology and neuropsychology
6. Classification and diagnostic systems
7. Eating, sleep and sexual disorders
8. Ecology and mental health
9. Epidemiology and public health
10. Ethics, law, human rights and mental health
11. History of psychiatry
12. Mass media and mental health
13. Old age psychiatry
14. Personality disorders
15. Public mental health and community
16. Prevention and mental health promotion
17. Primary care and mental health
18. Psychopharmacotherapy
19. Psychosomatic medicine
20. Psychotherapy
21. Schizophrenia
22. Social and cultural psychiatry
23. Substance abuse
24. Suicidology

Congress which will take place in Moscow, Russian Federation,
October 27-30, 2009.
This Congress follows the very successful First Eastern European Congress that took place in Thessaloniki, Greece in September 2007.
The Psychiatric Association for Eastern Europe and the Balkans is rather young, but psychiatry in our region has a long-standing tradition and rapid recent
development. The state of the art in mental health is characterized by a variety of challenges in diagnosis, aetiology, pathogenesis and
management of mental diseases, psychosomatic and stress-related disorders as well as challenges regarding hot issues like suicide and reorganization
of psychiatric services towards community direction.
The consequences of the transition in the countries of the former socialist system, natural and man-made disasters, war conflicts, the ecological
situation – all these factors constitute new tasks in psychiatry today. The high prevalence of socially significant mental illnesses and the wide range
of treatment approaches set a mission to mental health professionals. One of the main additional challenges for psychiatry in our days is
collaboration with other mental health care professionals, a collaboration that should be achieved with respect for expertise and for each other’s
“territory”, if we want to fulfill our obligation to improve the care of our patients.

Website
For updated information about Congress, please see the official Congress website
www.paeeb2009moscow.ru

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Καλό ταξίδι!
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