The 26th European Congress of Psychiatry invites recent graduates to its specialist programme tailored to the needs of the Early Career Psychiatrist.
The EECP Programme offers the following benefits:
- Reduced Fees: Early Career Psychiatrists pay a reduced rate for the EPA congress.
- Early Career Psychiatrists' Networking Area: Providing a central and integral part of the programme serving as a central meeting point for networking and recruitment.
- Scholarship Programme: The scholarship programme for Early Career Psychiatrists and trainees will provide special grants (travel assistance, hotel accommodation for 4 nights, complimentary congress registration, complimentary registration for 1 EPA Course, invitation to attend the Congress opening ceremony, invitation to the EECP Luncheon, 1 year free EPA membership).
Early Career Psychiatrists' Programme which includes:
- Conversations Sessions: These sessions provide Early Career Psychiatrists with the opportunity to hear leading figures of European psychiatry in an informal and relaxed atmosphere.
- Court Debates
- Training Workshops
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Psychotherapy for Patients with Eating Disorders: What works?
Psychotherapy for patients with Eating Disorders: What works?
Janet Treasure, UK
Perinatal psychiatry for beginners
Key clinical challenges in perinatal psychiatry
Louise Howard, UK
Pharmacotherapy in pregnancy and postnatal period
Sexual Therapy in 21st century
Goran Arbanas, Croatia
Prevention of mental health disorders
The art of prevention
Effective prevention programmes in childhood
Prevention of suicide and self-harm behaviour
Prevention of substance misuse
Geert Dom, Belgium
Choose your career wisely: Academia and/or Clinical practice?
Academia and Clinical practice: it is possible to be successful in both
Silvana Galderisi, Italy
You need to focus to be successful: choose academia or clinical practice
Robin Murray, UK
How can psychiatry contribute to the promotion of human rights of people with mental health problems?
European Psychiatric Trainees' Research Projects: Key findings
Involuntary treatment in psychiatry: Is there enough training for psychiatric trainees to deal with every day challenges?
How is EFPT bridging the gap between clinical practice and research among psychiatry trainees
E-psychiatry in France
Audrey Fontaine, France
How can young psychiatrists keep pace with the new psychoactive substances - findings from the EFPT pan-European survey
Diego Quattrone, UK
How to organise acute psychiatric care?
Acute Interventions in Psychosis
Rapid crisis response team (ERIC) in France
Laure Zeltner, France
Patient Controlled Hospital Admissions
Christoffer Torgaard Thomsen, Denmark
Integrated or functional model of care?
Domenico Giacco, UK
Internet, smart phones and mental health apps - what is their role in Psychiatry?
Patient Interest, Engagement, and Innovation in Smartphones for Psychiatry
John Torous, US
Using video-calls to combat loneliness in old age
Sonam Zamir, UK
Patients views and experiences of being in contact with a volunteer using a smartphone
Mariana Pinto Da Costa,
The role of social media in building resilience among psychiatrists
Greg Lydall, UK