Child and adolescent psychiatric trainees and residents who register for the 25th June ESCAP Expert Day event are also invited to join a free online training day on the 24th June organised in collaboration with UEMS-CAP and EFPT.
The aim of this event is to foster training and education in young trainee child and adolescent psychiatrists. The day will be divided between the three societies (ESCAP/ZEMS-CAP/EFPT) who will focus on sessions with a variety of themes (see below*). The full program, which aims to deliver a diverse, interactive learning experience is still being finalised and will be announced soon.
*The final program of the Training Day will take trainee preferences into consideration, please tell us what you want from this event by completing the online survey.
Please note, the 24th June is a free event and for trainees only. The 25th June is a paid event with a fixed price of €80 for all (€60 for those in lower income countries). Basically, trainees will pay €80 but get 2-days for the price of one. If you cannot make the ESCAP event on the 25th June, you can still attend the 24th for free but you still need to register using the same registration form but indicate only the 24th June event. This will allow you access to the virtual platform.
Below is the preliminary program, it may differ slightly in terms of presentation timings. Some interactive workshops will be restricted on participant size, more information will follow. Each society will provide more detailed abstract on the workshops and speakers soon.
Click on the societies below to find more about the speakers, their bios and the abstracts of the sessions
The European Society for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (ESCAP) aims to promote the mental health and increase the quality of life of children and adolescents, and their families throughout Europe.
The Child and Adolescent Psychiatry section of the Union European Medical Specialists (UEMS-CAP) strongly believes that the quality of training and education in CAP is closely related to the quality of provision of care for children and young people with mental health problems in the (near) future.
The European Federation of Psychiatric Trainees - Child and Adolescent Psychiatry working group (EFPT-CAP) aims to help create more visibility for CAPand strives to build and strengthen collaborations between CAP trainees and the overall European psychiatric community.