Event program

ESCAP Expert Day - Changing Perspectives 25th June 2021

The ESCAP Expert Day will be a full-day event starting from 8h30 CET and finishing at 16h00, followed by the ESCAP General Assembly (invites separately).

Upon registering and confirmed payment, you will be notified by email how to access the event platform.

Keynote lectures

Duration: 35 minutes followed by 10 minutes of mediator-selected questions. Experts will present their views and perspectives on major topics in child and adolescent psychiatry.

Industry sponsored session

During the lunchtime break, there will be sessions organised and executed by the pharmaceutical industry. Please note that these sessions will be an opt-in option and take place in separate breakout rooms.

Questions

Attendees can pose questions to our speakers by either using the interactive comments button on the online program or sending them on Twitter (@ESCAPonline). All questions will be forwarded to the mediator who will select and pose them to the speaker.

On demand access

ESCAP is happy to announce that the online congress will be available on-demand to all those who register for the event. This feature will be available the week after the event for 3-months until the 30th September. 

8h30-8h45 Login to the event platform
8h45-9h00
Event opening by the ESCAP President 10 min
Professor Dimitris Anagnostopoulos
Organization of the day & general information 5 min
Professor Stephan Eliez 
9h00-9h45
Keynote lecture 1:
Treatment of ADHD: from evidence base to practice
Professor Samuele Cortese, University of Southampton, UK
Moderator: Johannes Hebebrand
9h45-10h00 Break
10h00-10h45
Keynote lecture 2:
Sleep-dependent mental health in children and adolescents
Professor Carmen Schroder, University of Strasbourg, France
Mediator: Jean-Philippe Raynaud
10h45-10h55
19th International Congress of ESCAP Maastricht in 2022
Presentation to announce congress details by Professor Manon Hillegers 
10h55-11h00 Break
11h00-11h45
Keynote lecture 3:
Should we get rid of the term depression? A reflection on history and heterogeneity of affective nosology
Dr Argyris Stringaris, NIMH & University of Georgetown, USA
Mediator: Dimitris Anagnostopoulos
11h45-13h45
Lunch
Industry Sponsor Sessions
13h45-14h30
Keynote lecture 4:
Childhood trauma – too complex for complex PTSD
Dr Vera Clemens, Ulm University Hospital, Germany
Mediator: Joerg Fegert
14h30-14h45 Break
14h45-15h30
Keynote lecture 5:
Using pharmacology to improve treatment decisions
Professor David Nutt, Imperial College London, UK
Mediator: Stephan Eliez
15h30-16h00
Closing of event: Final remarks
Dimitris Anagnostopoulos & Stephan Eliez

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