Guidelines for abstract submission:
The conference themes are set out below. We particularly welcome papers that challenge current research, policy and practice. When submitting abstracts the themes should be interpreted broadly, as they are not intended to limit potential contributions.
- Recovery oriented practices
- Fighting against stigma
- Evidence based mental health care
- Service user involvement
- Community and social psychiatry
- Substance abuse problems
- eMental health services
- Brain imaging, neurophysiology and neuropsychology
- Mental health legislation
- Human rights
- Challenging situations in psychiatric care
- Mental health services and policies
- Art and cultural sciences
- Forensic psychiatry
- Human sexuality
- Poverty and loneliness
- Mental health in developing regions
- Philosophical and ethical themes in mental health
- Mental health across the life span
- Child and adolescent psychiatry
- Training and continuing education
In order that the scientific committee can manage a proper evaluation we hope that you follow the general rules for the abstract submission.
Abstracts should be structured using following headings: Background, Objectives, Methods, Results and Conclusions. Abstract must not exceed 2600 characters (including spaces) and must be written in English. All abstracts received will be evaluated by the scientific committee of the conference. Please fill in all required fields. Abstracts can be submitted for oral or poster presentations.
Abstracts must be sent through conference web pages. Last day for abstract submission is May 14, 2017.
At first round we will handle only one abstract / author. If we have space in the program, it is possible to have for example one oral and one poster presentation from one author.
First author is required to register and pay the registration fees according to the timetables of the conference registration. If your registration and payment have been not received by the given time, the presentation will be removed from the program and not included in the conference abstract book.