Academia Educational Courses

The European Congress of Psychiatry will serve the educational mission of the EPA by providing high-quality Continuous Medical Education Courses, covering all aspects of psychiatry. These 180 minutes sessions will present advanced material on a chosen topic of practical relevance.

  • Congress registration is a prerequisite for EPA Academia Educational Courses participation
  • A separate fee is applicable for EPA Academia Educational Courses
  • Switching courses will be permitted until 19 March 2015

These courses will be fully accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME) and these credits are included in the total number of credits awarded to the Congress. Please CLICK HERE for further CME/CPD information

Spaces for the EPA Academia Educational Courses are limited - Register Now to ensure attendance at your requested course

A total of 15 courses have been chosen for the EPA 2015 Scientific Programme

SATURDAY, 28 MARCH 2015

TIMEROOMEPA ACADEMIA EDUCATIONAL COURSE TITLECOURSE DIRECTORCOURSE LEVELDOWNLOAD COURSE MATERIAL

13:00-14:30

15:00-16:30

Hall L1Problem solving in psychopharmacotherapy using pharmacokinetic and pharmacogenetic testsPierre Baumann  Course Material

13:00-14:30

15:00-16:30

Hall L4Neurocognitive and social cognition training in schizophreniaGabriele Sachs Basic​ Course Material​

13:00-14:30

15:00-16:30

Hall N1Applied phenomenological psychopathologyGiovanni Stanghellini  Course Material

13:00-14:30

15:00-16:30

Hall N2Coping with adversity: CBT in adverse life circumstancesStirling Moorey  Course Material​​

13:00-14:30

15:00-16:30

ECP Hall N3Internet-based CBT in psychiatryNils Lindefors Basic​ Course Material

13:00-14:30

15:00-16:30

Hall L8How to manage delirium in the general hospital

Albert Diefenbacher

 

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SUNDAY, 29 MARCH 2015

TIMEROOMEPA ACADEMIA EDUCATIONAL COURSECOURSE DIRECTORCOURSE LEVELDOWNLOAD COURSE MATERIAL

08:00-09:30

10:00-11:30

Hall M3How to support families of patients with severe mental disordersAndrea Fiorillo  Course Material

15:00-16:30

17:00-18:30

Hall N2Risk assessment and risk management in general psychiatryKris Goethals  Course Material

15:00-16:30

17:00-18:30

Hall M3The pharmacological management of mood disorders and psychosis in  pregnancy and lactationAngelika Wieck  Course Material

 

MONDAY, 30 MARCH 2015

TIMEROOMEPA ACADEMIA EDUCATIONAL COURSECOURSE DIRECTORCOURSE LEVELDOWNLOAD COURSE MATERIAL

08:00-09:30

10:00-11:30

Hall N2Motivational interviewing in addiction: how can we help patients change behaviour and habits?

Gerard Schippers

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08:00-09:30

10:00-11:30

Hall M3Leadership skills in psychiatryDinesh Bhugra  Course Material

15:00-16:30

17:00-18:30

Hall M3Practical training for evaluation of suicidal riskDanuta Wasserman  Course Material

15:00-16:30

17:00-18:30

Hall N2Understanding psychosis: a psychopathological guide for clinical examinationAndrea Raballo  Course Material

 

TUESDAY, 31 MARCH 2015

TIMEROOMEPA ACADEMIA EDUCATIONAL COURSECOURSE DIRECTORCOURSE LEVELDOWNLOAD COURSE MATERIAL

08:00-09:30

10:00-11:30


 


 


 

13:30-15:00

15:30-17:00


 

Hall N2

Please note that Part 1 and Part 2 make up 1 course 
Writing, publishing and reviewing a clinical scientific paper: Part 1



Writing, publishing and reviewing a clinical scientific paper: Part 2
Povl Munk-Jørgensen





Christoph Lauber


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13:30-15:00

15:30-17:00


 

Hall M3Cognitive-behavioural treatment in obsessive-compulsive disorderFritz Hohagen  Course Material​​

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