All Madrid documentation is kept up to date on this page. The full programme, including all abstracts, is now available. Session codes in the programme correspond with abstracts.
Celso Arango: Developmental trajectories in early-onset psychoses: a window for prevention? Or read the interview.
Jan Buitelaar: ADHD and autism: two manifestiations of the same disorder? Or read the interview.
Peter Fonagy: Psychotherapy for emerging borderline personality disorder. Or read the interview.
Ian Goodyer: Depression in children and adolescents: a developmental perspective. Or read the interview.
Beate Herpertz-Dahlmann: New developments in the diagnostics and treatment of adolescent eating disorders. Or read the interview.
David Mataix-Cols: Obsessive compulsive and related disorders in children and adolescents: innovation and consolidation. Or read the interview.
Sally Rogers: How malleable is autism? Outcome studies from the youngest children with ASD. Or read the interview.
Katya Rubia: Brain imaging in ADHD: disorder specificity, medication effects and clinical translation. Or read the interview.
Norman Sartorius: Mental health care for children and adolescents in Europe: challenges and future perspectives. Or read the interview.
Martin Debbané: Adolescent attachment: from brain to culture.
Louise Arsenault: Bullying victimization and response to stress in children and adolescents.
Cathy Creswell: Management of anxiety disorders in children and adolescents.
Antoine Guedeney: Parental mental health and early childhood Development: why should we assess withdrawal behaviour in infants? Or: What does what to whom, under which circumstances?
Olayinka Olusola Omigbodun: Tackling cultural issues in adolescent mental health.
Fabrizio Faggiano: Intervention and prevention of cannabis use in adolescents.
Johannes Hebebrand: Potential mechanisms underlying the association between obesity and mental disorders and therapeutic implications.
Marta Miret: A ROADMAP for mental health research in Europe.
Jennifer Beecham: Economics and mental health in children and adolescents.
The ESCAP 2015 Congress was granted 24 European CME credits by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME). View the letter of accreditation.