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Conference programme

  • 28th June 2017
    Hurry, few places still available

    “New Technologies in Psychosomatic Medicine”
     09.30-11.00  
    robert boland Chair: Prof. Robert Boland, Boston, USA
    jeff huffman
    "Use of text messages to increase positive affect and promote physical activity in patients with heart disease"
    Prof. Jeff Huffman
    Director of the Cardiac Psychiatry Research Program at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, USA
    TimHoff1  "The Machine Will See You Now:  How Artificial Intelligence Could Cull the Clinician Herd"
    Prof. Timothy Hoff
    Professor of Management, Healthcare Systems and Health Policy, Management and Organizational Development Group, D’Amore-McKim School of Business; School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs, Northeastern University, USA
    11.00-11.30 COFFEE BREAK
     11.30-13.00  
    robert boland Chair: Prof. Robert Boland, Boston, US
     briann lotsson "Internet-based psychological treatments for functional somatic disorders"
    Prof. Brjánn Ljotsson
    Psychologist and Associate Professor at Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden
    ManfredBeutel  "Can you do psychodynamic therapy online (successfully)?"
    Prof. Manfred Beutel
    Professor Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy Mainz University, Germany
    13.00-14.00 LUNCH BREAK
    14.00-16.00  
    nofoto Chair: Prof. Else Guthrie, Leeds, UK
    robert boland “New Technologies in Psychosomatic Medicine”
    Prof. Robert Boland
    Director of the Brigham and Women’s/Harvard Medical School Psychiatry Residency and Co-Director of the Harvard Longwood Psychiatry Residency Training Program, Boston, USA
    Round table
    Chairs: Prof. Else Guthrie, Leeds, UK; Prof. Robert Boland, Boston, USA
    Participants: Prof. Jeff Huffman, Prof. Timothy Hoff, Prof. Brjánn Ljotsson, Prof. Manfred Beutel
  • 29th June 2017
    Don't miss out! Places at Master Classes are still available!

    08.00-10.45  
    per find


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    ROOM 3
    MASTER CLASS 1
    "Backstage of an epidemiological study on functional disorders"

    Prof. Per Fink
    Director of the Research Clinic for Functional Disorders at Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark


    Prof. Torben Jorgensen
    Professor, DrMedSc, at Research Centre for Prevention and Health, Capital Region of Denmark, Copenhagen
    briann lotsson ROOM 4
    MASTER CLASS 2
    "Exposure-based cognitive behavior therapy for irritable bowel syndrome - theory and empirical results"

    Prof. Brjánn Ljotsson
    Psychologist and Associate Professor at Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden
    jose r maldonado ROOM Sur 2+3+4
    MASTER CLASS 3
    “A Pathophysiology Driven Approach at Delirium Prevention and Treatment"
    Prof. José R. Maldonado
    Medical Director of Psychosomatic Medicine and Chief of Psychiatric Emergency Services and Transplant Psychiatry at Stanford University Medical Center, Stanford, USA
    arno kumagai ROOM Sur 9+10
    MASTER CLASS 4
    "Measuring the Unmeasurable: Assessing Transformative Learning with Humanistic Intent"
    Prof. Arno Kumagai
    Professor of Medicine and Vice Chair for Education, Department of Medicine at the University of Toronto, Canada
    Master classes are parallel sessions (you can only choose one master class). Master Classes are sponsored by the Carus Foundation.
  • 08:30 REGISTRATION OPENS
    09:30 - 11:00 AUDITORIUM
    SEMP CONFERENCIA “DOLOR CRÓNICO INFANTIL: UN RETO PARA LA MEDICINA PSICOSOMÁTICA.” (ES)
    J.Miró. Psicólogo. Catedrático. Universidad Rovira i Virgili. Tarragona.

    ROOM A4
    APM-EAPM PRE-CONFERENCE COURSE
    Use of text messages to increase positive affect and promote physical activity in patients with heart disease.
    Prof. Huffman

    The Machine Will See You Now: How Artificial Intelligence Could Cull the Clinician Herd.
    Prof. Hoff
    11:00 - 11:30 BREAK
    11:30 - 13:00 AUDITORIUM
    SEMP SESSION: The role of spirituality in Physical and Mental Health (ENG)
    Chair:
    Carlos Chiclana.

    Spirituality as an integrative dimension of health
    Carlos Mirapeix. Psychiatrist.  President of the "Fundación para la Investigación en Psicoterapia y Personalidad". Santander (Spain).

    The role of spirituality in mental health
    Francisco López Cánovas.Psychiatrist. Consulta Dr. Carlos Chiclana. Madrid (Spain)

    The role of spirituality in physical health
    Enrique Aubá. MD. PhD. Psychiatrist. Clínica Universidad de Navarra. Pamplona (Spain)

    ROOM A1
    SEMP MESA: “ACTUALIZACIÓN EN DOLOR CRÓNICO” (ES)
    Chair: Francisco Javier Cano García

    Alternativas para la e-salud en la evaluación y tratamiento del dolor crónico infantil.
    Jordi Miró. Psicólogo. Catedrático. Universidad Rovira i Virgili. Tarragona.

    Efectividad del tratamiento psicológico del dolor crónico en atención primaria.
    Francisco Javier Cano García. Psicólogo. Profesor Titular. Departamento de Personalidad, Evaluación y Tratamiento Psicológico. Univ. de Sevilla.

    Secretos mágicos de la efectividad terapéutica.
    Jenny Moix Queraltó. Psicóloga. Profesora Titular. Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona.
    Victoria Carmona. Psicóloga-Coach. Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona.

    ROOM A2
    SEMP TALLER : “AVANCES EN PSICODERMATOLOGÍA. GENERALIDADES, PUESTA A PUNTO EN PSICODERMATOLOGÍA” (ES)
    Chair:
    Carmen Rodríguez Cerdeira

    Delirio de infestación. Punto de vista del dermatólogo.

    Carmen Rodríguez Cerdeira. Servicio de Dermatología. Chuvi y Universidad de Vigo. Coordinadora del grupo de Psicodermatología del CILAD. Vigo.

    Impacto psicológico y calidad de vida en pacientes con Artritis Psoriásica.

    Sandra Ros Abarca. Servicio de Dermatología. Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau. Barcelona.

    Trastorno dismórfico corporal ¿Qué hay de nuevo?

    Alberto Miranda Sibelo. Servicio de Psiquiatría. Complejo asistencial de Palencia

    Comorbilidades psiquiátricas en la psoriasis.

    José Manuel Carrascosa Carrillo. Servicio de Dermatología del Hospital Universitario Germans Trias I Pujol, Badalona.
    ROOM A4
    APM-EAPM PRE-CONFERENCE COURSE

    Internet-based psychological treatments for functional somatic disorders.
    Prof. Ljotsson

    Can you do psychodynamic therapy online (successfully)?
    Prof. Beutel

    ROOM SUR 5+6
    SEMP MESA: “PERSONALIDAD Y SEXO: NUEVAS ESTRATEGIAS DE AFRONTAMIENTO” (ES)

    Personalidad, estrategias de afrontamiento y psicopatología en pacientes con trastorno del Interés/Excitación sexual femenina (TIESF)

    Helena Domínguez, Iris Tolosa. H.U. Dexeus

    Personalidad, afrontamiento, nivel de preocupaciones en Disfunción Eréctil.
    J.M. Farré, Joaquim Almeda. H.U. Dexeus. Barcelona

    Fenotipos en Adicción al Sexo: Dimensiones y Trastornos de Personalidad.
    J.M. Farré, V. Ferrer-Olives, B. Farré-Sender, A. Roquer, N. Aragay, N. Mallorquí, Mª. Jiménez -Bonora, I. Tolosa, G. Mestre, S. Jiménez-Murcia.
    H.U. Dexeus, Consorci Sanitari de Terrassa, Hospital Universitari de Bellvitge.
    13:00 - 14:00 LUNCH BREAK
    14:00 - 15:30 AUDITORIUM
    SEMP SESSION "SEXUAL ADDICTION: DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT" (ENG)
    Chair:
    Carlos Chiclana

    Consequences of sexual addiction on general health.

    Victoire Terlinden. Psychologist. Consulta Dr. Carlos Chiclana. Sevilla

    Pornography and sexuality, a complex relationship.

    Alejandro Villena. Psychologist. Consulta Dr. Carlos Chiclana. Madrid

    Up-to-date on sexual addiction treatment.

    Carlos Chiclana. MD. PhD. Psychiatrist. Consulta Dr. Carlos Chiclana. Madrid

    ROOM A2
    SEMP MESA: TRASTORNOS MENTALES MATERNOS: DE LA ADVERSIDAD AL VÍNCULO. (ES)
    Chair: JM Farré

    T. Mental materno perinatal: modelo de adversidad temprana para la descendencia.

    Gracia Lasheras. Psiquiatra. Presidenta de la Sociedad Española de Salud Mental Perinatal. H.U. Dexeus

    Vínculo en el posparto: ¿qué factores prenatales pueden alterarlo?

    Borja Farré-Sender. Psicólogo. H.U. Dexeus

    La depresión posparto: necesidades especiales para la recuperación.

    Lluisa Garcia-Esteve. Psiquiatra. H. Clínic Barcelona

    Ideación suicida y riesgo de filicidio en la etapa perinatal.

    Susana Subirà. Psiquiatra. Universitat Autónoma Barcelona
    14:00 – 16:00 ROOM A4
    APM-EAPM PRE-CONFERENCE COURSE
    Chair:  Prof. Else Guthrie, Leeds, UK
    New Technologies in Psychosomatic Medicine

    Prof. Robert Boland. Director of the Brigham and Women’s/Harvard Medical School Psychiatry Residency and Co-Director of the Harvard Longwood Psychiatry Residency Training Program, Boston, USA

    Round Table
    Chairs:
    Prof. Else Guthrie, Leeds, UK; Prof. Robert Boland, Boston, USA
    Participants:
    Prof. Jeff Huffman, Prof. Timothy Hoff, Prof. Brjánn Ljotsson, Prof. Manfred Beutel
    14:00 – 16:30 ROOM SUR5+6 
    EURONET-SOMA: workgroup meeting.
    Bernd Löwe, Hamburg, Germany
    15:45 – 17.15 AUDITORIUM
    SEMP MESA: Psicosomática y Humanismo Médico  (ENG)
    Chair: Dr. Carlos Mur de Viu and Dr. Fernando Martínez Pintor

    Las aportaciones de Rof Carballo y Lain Entralgo
    Carlos Mur de Víu Bernad. Psiquiatra. Director Gerente Hospital Universitario de Fuenlabrada. Coordinador Científico de la Estrategia en Salud Mental del SNS. Ministerio de Sanidad, S. Sociales e Igualdad. Gobierno de España.

    El Humanismo en la misión de los Colegios Médicos
    José Ignacio del Pino Montesinos. Psiquiatra. Psicoterapeuta. Sevilla. Vocal de la Asociación de Terapia Familiar y de Sistemas (SYFA). Director General de Salud Mental del RICOMS.

    Psicoterapia sistémica. Familia y humanismo
    José Pérez García. Psiquiatra. Psicoterapeuta familiar. ParcSanitariSant Joan de Deu. Barcelona.

    El sufrimiento, algo más que una emoción
    Fernando Martínez Pintor. Doctor en Medicina. Especialista en Reumatología. Director del Instituto Universitario de Reumatología de Barcelona de Policlínica Barcelona.

    ROOM A1
    SEMP TALLER: “COHERENCIA CARDIACA AUTÓGENA"
    (ES)

    Una terapia psicosomática sencilla y eficaz

    L. Hernández Herrero. Doctor en Medicina, Especialista en Medicina del Trabajo y en Psicoterapia Autógena (nivel III).
    ROOM A2
    SEMP MESA: “ANANCASTICISMO Y PERFECCIONISMO: ABORDAJE INTEGRAL PSICOSOMÁTICO”
    (ES)
    Chair: Manuel Álvarez Romero

    Psicoeducación y psicoterapia.

    Domingo García-Villamisar. Psicólogo. Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

    Aspectos farmacológicos.

    Julia Vargas. Médico de Familia. Psicoterapeuta. Málaga

    30 años de experiencia clínica.

    Manuel Álvarez Romero. Médico Internista. Presidente de la Sociedad Andaluza de Medicina Psicosomática. Director del Centro Médico Psicosomático. Sevilla.
    17:15 – 18:30 WELCOME DRINK
    19:30 – 20:30 SALO DE CENT - "Barcelona City hall"
    The contribution of epidemiology to the field of Psychosomatic Psychiatry
    Prof. Antonio Lobo
  • 07:30 REGISTRATION OPENS
    08:00 - 10:45 CARUS MASTER CLASSES
    (limited places available. Registration is requiered)

    ROOM A3
    Backstage of an epidemiological study on functional disorders
    Prof. Fink & Prof. Jorgensen

    ROOM A4
    Exposure-based cognitive behavior therapy for irritable bowel syndrome - theory and empirical results.
    Prof. Ljotsson

    ROOM SUR 2+3+4
    A Pathophysiology Driven Approach at Delirium Prevention and Treatment
    Prof. Maldonado

    ROOM SUR 9+10
    Measuring the Unmeasurable:Assessing Transformative Learning with Humanistic Intent
    Prof. Kumagai
    08:00 - 09:30 ROOM A1
    SEMP TALLER "PSICOSOMÁTICA Y TRASTORNO DEL ESPECTRO AUTISTA"  (ES)
    Chair: Domingo García-Villamisar

    Domingo García-Villamisar. Psicólogo. Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
    Manuel Álvarez Romero. Médico Internista. Presidente de la Sociedad Andaluza de Medicina Psicosomática. Director del Centro Médico Psicosomático. Sevilla.

    ROOM A2
    SEMP MESA “CAMINANDO POR LAS SENDAS DEL ENLACE”  (ES)
    Chairs: J.M. Farré - J.A. Monreal

    Revisitando la Hipocondría: nuevos paradigmas.

    J.M. Farré y Nuria Mallorquí. H.U. Dexeus. Barcelona

    Trastornos Respiratorios: aspirando el Enlace.
    Gemma Parramón. Hospital Universitario Vall d' Hebron. Barcelona.

    Cardiología: ¿qué protocolos?
    Sergio Ruiz Doblado. Hospital de la Merced. Osuna

    Psicodermatología: como ponerse en su piel.
    Laura Ros y J.A. Monreal. H. ParcTaulí. Sabadell

    ROOM SUR 5+6
    EAPM Executive Council Meeting
    09:30-11:00 ROOM A1
    SEMP TALLER: PSICOTERAPIA SISTÉMICA DE LA PERSONA (PSP) (ES)
    J. I. Del Pino Montesinos. Psiquiatra. Psicoterapeuta. Sevilla. Vocal de la Asociación de Terapia Familiar y de Sistemas (SYFA). Director General de Salud Mental del RICOMS.

    ROOM A2
    SEMP MESA “COMORBILIDAD MÉDICA EN PACIENTES INGRESADOS EN UNA UNIDAD DE PSIQUIATRÍA DE ADULTOS” (ES)
    Chairs: Ricardo Campos

    Comorbilidad médica en pacientes ingresados en una unidad de Psiquiatría de Adultos
    Patricia Latorre Forcén, Ricardo Campos, Juan Pérez. servicio de MI del HCU.

    Programa de enlace con equipos de Urgencias en Hospital general en la valoración y manejo de pacientes con tentativas autolesivas en forma de sobredosis medicamentosas.
    Rosaura Arredondo Almazo. Ricardo Campos y Ana Ferrer. Servicio de Toxicología del HCU.

    Complejidad médico-psiquiátrica en la Interconsulta del Hospital General y en el programa de Enlace con Psico-oncología.
    Carlos Marco, Maite Cortina, Tirso Ventura

    ROOM SUR 5+6
    EAPM Advisory Board Meeting
    11:00 - 11:30 Opening of the EAPM and SEMP meeting
     11:30 - 13:00 AUDITORIUM
    PLENARY SESSION 1
    Dialogues on the Threshold: the Role of the Humanities in Medical Education.
    Prof. Kumagai

    Bridging the gap Between Soma and Psyche: Collaborative care and related interventions in patients with heart disease.
    Prof. Huffman
     13:00 - 14:00 LUNCH BREAK
    14:00-15:30  
    AUDITORUM  
    EXPLORING NEW DIMENSIONS OF HEALTH ANXIETY.
    Chairs: Charlotte Ulrikka Rask - Kristi D. Wright

    CO85 The role of Illness Perceptions in severe health anxiety
    Frostholm, Lisbeth; Pedersen, Sigrid ; Jensen, Jens S; Eilenberg, Trine; Schröder, Andreas; Fink, Per. Aarhus University Hospital, Aarhus, Denmark

    CO93 Childhood factors in the development of health anxiety: a systematic review.
    Thorgaard, Mette Viller; Frostholm, Lisbeth ; Rask, Charlotte Ulrikka. Aarhus University Hospital, Aarhus, Denmark.

    CO97 The Role of Health Anxiety for Emotion Regulation in Somatic Symptom Disorder.
    Martin, Alexandra; Gitzen, Harald. University of Wuppertal, Wuppertal, Germany

    CO209 Fetal Health Anxiety: Development and Psychometric Properties of the Fetal Health Anxiety Inventory.
    Reiser, Sarah J; Wright, Kristi D. University of Regina, Regina, Canada

    ROOM A2
    EMOTION REGULATION AND PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERVENTIONS IN THE MEDICALLY ILL
    Chair: Wolfgang Söllner

    CO-141 The time-dependent effect of stress on decision-making under risk.
    Yamakawa, Kaori (1); Ohira, Hideki (2).
    (1) Tokaigakuen University, Nagoya, Japan; (2) Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan.

    CO-202 “What is an emotion?” (James). A plea for conceptual research in psychosomatic medicine on the example of the concept of emotion.
    Dirk, Von Boetticher. University Medical Center, Goettingen, Germany

    CO-237 The impact of attachment status on improvements in depressive symptoms, emotional exhaustion, and emotion regulation strategies in the in-patient treatment of patients presenting with burnout syndrome.
    Wolfgang, Söllner (1); Markus M., Müller (1); Gottfried, Spangler (2); Johanna, Behringer (2).
    (1)Paracelsus Medical University, General Hospital Nuremberg, Nuremberg, Germany; (2) Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen, Erlangen, Germany

    CO-296 Constructivist psychotherapy for depressive symptoms in fibromyalgia: comparing case formulation of good and poor outcome cases.
    Feixas Viaplana, Guillem; Compañ Felipe, Victoria; Aguilera Ruiz, Mari; Medina Alcaraz, Joan Carles. Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain

    ROOM A3
    EPIDEMOLOGY OF FUNCTIONAL SOMATIC SYNDROMES JGM
    Chairs: JGM Rosmalen - T Jørgensen

    CO-177 The importance of epidemiological studies towards functional syndromes: an introduction.
    Judith, Rosmalen; Monica, Joustra; Karin, Janssens. University Medical Center Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands

    CO-79 The Danish study of Functional Disorders (DanFunD) - A Cohort Presentation.
    Dantoft, Thomas (1); Fink, Per (2); Eplov, Lene Falgaard (3); Skovbjerg, Sine  (1); Mehlsen, Jesper (4); Linneberg, Allan  (1); Schröder, Andreas (2); Carstensen, Tina Wisbech (2); Joergensen, Torben (1).
    (1) Research Centre for Prevention and Health, Capital Region Copenhagen,, Glostrup, Denmark; (2) The Research Clinic for Functional Disorders and Psychosomatics, Aarhus University Hospital, Aarhus, Denmark; (3) Mental Health Center Copenhagen, Mental Health Service, Capital Region Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark; (4) Coordinating Research Center, Frederiksberg University Hospital, Capital Region Denmark, Frederiksberg, Denmark.

    CO-78 Functional Symptoms and Syndromes in the General Danish Population.
    Weinreich Petersen, Marie (1)Schröder, Andreas  (1)Carstensen, Tina Birgitte (1)Meinertz Dantoft, Thomas (2)Holm Eliasen, Marie (2)Jørgensen, Torben (2)Fink, Per (1).
    (1) Aarhus University Hospital, Aarhus, Denmark; (2) Capital Region of Denmark, Copenhagen, Denmark

    CO- 192 A step towards delimitation of functional somatic syndromes?
    Eliasen, Marie (1); Schröder, Andreas (2); Kreiner, Svend (3); Fink, Per (2); Dantoft, Thomas Meinertz (1); Poulsen, Chalotte Heinsvig (1); Pedersen, Marie Weinreich (2); Jørgensen, Torben (1).
    (1) Research Centre for Prevention and Health, The Capital Region of Denmark, Glostrup, Denmark; (2) Research Clinic for Functional Disorders and Psychosomatics, Aarhus University Hospital, Aarhus, Denmark; (3) Department of Public Health, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark.

    ROOM A4
    SELF-INJURY AND SUICIDE
    Chair: Else Guthrie

    CO- 73 Medically serious suicide attempts admitted in general hospital: sociodemographic and clinical aspects.
    Quesada Franco, Marta. Hospital Universitari Vall d'Hebron, Universitat Autonoma Barcelona, Barcelona.

    CO- 142 Risk factors of self-aggressive behaviour in epilepsy patients.
    Shcheglova, Yaroslava. Local Health Unit of Baixo Alentejo, Beja, Portugal

    CO- 279 Deliberate Self-Poisoning (DSP) in the Emergency Department (ED): is the ED help-seeking behaviour of patients characterised by their DSP presentations?
    Gribble, Robert. Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, Australia

    ROOM SUR2+3+4
    NEUROPSYCHIATRY/DIAGNOSTICS
    Chair: Albert Leentjens

    CO-96 Cognitive phenotypes and resting-state neuronal network connectivity in Parkinson’s disease.
    Leentjens, Albert F. (1); Lopes, Renaud (2); Delmaire, Christine (2); Defebvre, Luc (2); Moonen, Anja J. (1); Duits, Annelien A. (1); Hofman, Paul (1); Dujardin, Kathy (2).
    (1) Maastricht University Medical Center, Maastricht, Netherlands; (2) Lille University Hospital, Lille, France.

    CO-134 The Proxy Test for Delirium (PTD) in the Medical Setting: A New Tool for the Screening of Delirium Based on DSM-5 Criteria.
    Maldonado, Jose; Sher, Yelizaveta; Savant, Vidushi; Ament, Andrea; De Guzman, Earl; Garcia, Renee. Stanford University, Stanford, United States

    CO-260 Course and Predictors of DSM-5 Somatic Symptom Disorder in Patients with Vertigo and Dizziness Symptoms – a Longitudinal Study.
    Limburg, Karina (1); Sattel, Heribert (1); Dinkel, Andreas (1); Radziej, Katharina (1); Becker-Bense, Sandra (2); Lahmann, Claas (3).
    (1) Department of  Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy, Klinikum rechts der Isar, Technische Universität München, Munich, Germany, Munich, Germany; (2) German Center for Vertigo and Balance Disorders, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Klinikum Großhadern, Munich, Germany, Munich, Germany; (3) Department of Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy, University Medical Center Freiburg, Germany, Freiburg, Germany

    CO-313 Movement disorders: The border between the psychogenic and the neurological.
    Chiclana, Guadalupe (1); Chiclana, Carlos (2); Ojeda, Joaquin (1); Mata, Marina (1); Miralles, Ambrosio (1); Gutiérrez, Gerardo (1).
    (1) Hospital Universitario Infanta Sofía, madrid, Spain; (2) Consulta Dr. Carlos Chiclana, madrid, Spain

    ROOM SUR 9+10
    MANAGING AS CLINICIANS IN THE GROWING COMPLEXITY OF OUR HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS
    Chairs: Steven Frankel - Silvia Ferrari

    CO-24 Stay foolish, stay fit: how to prevent burnout of mental health professionals effectively.
    Ferrari, Silvia; Rioli, Giulia; Mattei, Giorgio; Galeazzi, Gian Maria. University of Modena & Reggio Emilia, Modena, Italy

    CO-27 "When I found myself in times of trouble..."- Bringing back meaningfulness and joy to our workplaces.
    Burian, Ronald (1)Diefenbacher, Albert (2).
    (1) Ev. Krankenhaus "Königin Elisabeth Herzberge" Belrin, Berlin, Germany; (2) Ev. Krankenhaus "Königin Elisabeth Herzberge" Berlin, Berlin, Germany

    CO-56 A broad scope of the physician's dilemmas as perceived by Norwegian Colleague Support Service. Please correct the title of the abstract in all place where it appears. 
    Frankel, Steven (1)Melbø Christiansen, Øystein (2)Burian, Ronald (3)Ferrari, Silvia (4).
    (1) Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine, Kentfield, CA 94904, United States; (2) The Central Hospital in Førde, N0-6800 Førde, Norway; (3) Königin Elisabeth's Hospital Hertzberg, Berlin, Germany; (4) University of Modena, Modena, Italy.

    CO-186 Clinical complexity: its meaning and toll individually and within care-providing institutions.
    Frankel, Steven. University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, California, United States.
     ROOM A1 
    SEMP SESSION “HORMONAS Y PSIQUIATRÍA” (ES)
    Chair: J.M. Farré -  J.A. Monreal

    Prolactina y Sexualidad.

    Elena Rubio. ParcSanitariSant Joan de Deu

    Oxitocina y Apego
    Laura Ros

    Prolactina y Cognición
    Xavier Labad. Hospital ParcTauli

    Prolactina como biomarcador
    José A Monreal. Hospital ParcTaulí

    ROOM Sur5+6
    SEMP MESA: Aportaciones de Juan Rof Carballo a la Psicosomática actual (ES)

    Chair: Manuel Álvarez Romero

    Lo que Rof transmitió con su vida y desde su consulta diaria
    Manuel Álvarez Romero. Médico Internista. Presidente de la Sociedad Andaluza de Medicina Psicosomática. ExPresidente de la Sociedad Española de Medicina Psicosomática. Director del Centro Médico Psicosomático. Sevilla.

    Urdimbre afectiva y Personalidad. Una oportunidad terapéutica y educativa
    Consuelo Martinez Priego. Doctora en Psicología y en Filosofía. Profesora en Centro Universitario Villanueva. Universidad Complutense. Madrid.

    La enfermedad como 'Estrés, Desvalimiento y Reto'. Por la Senda marcada por Juan Rof Carballo
    ÁngeL Álvarez Fernández. Servicio de Medicina Interna del Centro Médico de Asturias (Oviedo).
    15:45 – 16:15 AUDITORIUM
    1 MINUTE BEST POSTER SESSION
    15:45 – 17:15 ROOM SUR 5+6
    JPR EDITORIAL BOARD MEETING
    16:15 – 17:15 ROOM AGORA
    POSTERS DISCUSSION 1
     16:30 - 18:00 ROOM A1
    SEMP MESA: ABORDAJE MULTIDISCIPLINAR DE LOS TRASTORNOS DEL COMPORTAMIENTO ALIMENTARIO
    (ES)

    Psicosomática práctica del Trastorno alimentario.

    Diego Cebrián Novella. Medicina Interna. Hospital Universitario Ramón y Cajal. Madrid

    Trastornos del Comportamiento Alimentario y paradigma sistémico.

    Jose Pérez García. Médico Psiquiatra, Terapeuta familiar. Parc Sanitari Sant Joan de Deu. Barcelona

    El flamenco, la foca y la lágrima. EL CÍRCULO ANORÉXICO-BULÍMICO.

    Ángel Álvarez Fernández. Servicio de Medicina Interna del Centro Médico de Asturias. Oviedo
    17:30 – 19:00
    ROOM SUR5+6
    SEMP SESSION "AUTOGENICS: THE PSYCHOSOMATIC THERAPY" (ENG)
    Luis de Rivera. Catedrático de Psiquiatría. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Director del Instituto de Psicoterapia e Investigación Psicosomática de Madrid
    17:30 – 19:15
    AUDITORUM
    EXPLANATORY MODELS AND CURRENT UNDERSTANDING OF FUNCTIONAL SOMATIC SYNDROMES - RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
    ChairsAndreas Schröder - Omer Van Den Bergh

    CO-103 A model for exploring developmental phenotypes of functional somatic symptoms.
    Rask, Charlotte Ulrikka. Aarhus University Hospital, Aarhus, Denmark

    CO-104 The cross-sectional relation between medically unexplained physical symptoms (MUPS) and the cortisol awakening responseThe cross-sectional relation between medically unexplained physical symptoms (MUPS) and the cortisol awakening response. 
    Claassen Van Dessel, Nikki (1); Van Der Wouden, Johannes C. (1); Dekker, Joost (1); Rosmalen, Judith G.m. (2); Van Der Horst, Henriette E. (1).
    (1) VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, Netherlands; (2) University Medical Center, Groningen, Netherlands.

    CO-161 Medically unexplained symptoms as a perceptual disorder.
    Van Den Bergh, Omer. University of Leuven, Leuven, Belgium

    CO-168 Aetiology of functional somatic syndromes and somatoform disorders: a review of reviews.
    Schröder, Andreas (1); Kleinstäuber, Maria  (2); Rask, Charlotte Ulrikka (1); Van Den Bergh, Omer (3); Pallesen, Karen Johanne (4); Rosmalen, Judith G. M.  (5).
    (1) Aarhus University Hospital, Aarhus, Denmark; (2) Philipps-University Marburg, Marburg, Germany; (3) University of Leuven, Leuven, Belgium; (4) Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark; (5) University of Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands

    CO-182 Development of an online system to identify perpetuating factors in patients with functional somatic symptoms.
    Judith, Rosmalen (1); Ilse, Rietberg (1); Sabine, Van Den Hoogenband (1); Denise, Hanssen (1); Lineke, Tak (2); Anne, Van Gils (1).
    (1) University Medical Center Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands; (2) Dimence, Deventer, Netherlands.

    ROOM A2
    PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY IN MEDICALLY ILL
    Chair: Ursula Werneke

    CO-13 Retrospective Chart Review of Antidepressant Use in Patients with Carcinoid Tumors.
    Isenberg-Grzeda, Elie (1); Macgregor, Meredith (2); Bergel, Afton (2); Eagle, Stacy (3); Espi-Forcen, Fernando (4); Mehta, Reema (5); Matsoukas, Konstantina (2); Wills, Jonathan (2); Reidy-Lagunes, Diane (2); Alici, Yesne (2).
    (1) University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada; (2) Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, United States; (3) Stonybrook University Hospital, New York, United States; (4) Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, United States; (5) Jacobi Medical Center, New York, United States.

    CO- 125 Impact of Proactive Diazepam Loading Protocol on Clinical Outcomes Among Patients with History of Complicated Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome.
    Aguilar-Zanatta, Jorge (1); Chronakos, John (2);  Matos Santana , Teofilo (1);  Lee, Hochang Benjamin  (1).
    (1) Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, United States; (2) Danbury Hospital: Western Connecticut Health Network, Danbury, United States.

    CO-136 The Benzodiazepine-Sparing Protocol in the Management of Complicated AWS in the Medically-Ill.
    Maldonado, Jose. Stanford University, Stanford, United States

    CO-144 Patients discontinue lithium because of adverse effects - First results from the LISIE study.
    Öhlund, Louise (1); Ott, Michael (2); Oja, Sofia (3); Bergqvist, Malin (4); Lundqvist, Robert (5); Sandlund, Mikael (2); Salander Renberg, Ellinor (2); Werneke, Ursula (1).
    (1) Sunderby Research Unit - Umea University, Lulea, Sweden; (2) Umea University, Umea, Sweden; (3) Sunderby Hospital, Lulea, Sweden; (4) Pitea Älvsdal Hospital, Pitea, Sweden; (5) County Council of Norrbotten, Lulea, Sweden.

    CO-212 Quantification of the concordance in the election of antidepressants in Costa Rican psychiatrist that apply and do not apply the Psychopharmacological Reasoning Algorithm in patients with medical surgical diseases.
    Millán González, Ricardo; Cartín Brenes, Mayra; Rivera Chavarría, Ana Leonor; Arguedas Quesada, José Agustín. University of Costa Rica, San José, Costa Rica

    ROOM A3
    PSYCHOBIOLOGY EATING DISORDERS
    ChairsStephan Zipfe - Fernando Fernandez-Aranda

    CO-77 Evaluation of a Universal Prevention Program for Eating Disorders in Schools: Results of a Cluster-Randomized Controlled Trial.
    Angelika Weigel; Antje Gumz, Karl Wegscheider, Georg Romer, Bernd Löwe. University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Hamburg, Germany.

    CO-250 Assessing body image disturbance in patients with anorexia nervosa using biometric self-avatars in virtual reality: attitudinal components rather than visual body size estimation are distorted.
    Mölbert, Simone (1); Thaler, Anne (2); Mohler, Betty (2); Streuber, Stephan (3); Black, Michael (4); Karnath, Hans-Otto (5); Zipfel, Stephan (1); Giel, Katrin (1).
    (1) Medical University Clinic, Tübingen, Germany; (2) Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen, Germany; (3) École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland; (4) Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, Tübingen, Germany; (5) University Clinic, Tübingen, Germany.

    CO-288 The Role of Body Image Disturbance in the Course of Outpatient Treatment of Patients with Anorexia Nervosa: Results from the ANTOP-Study.
    Junne, Florian (1); Wild, Beate (2); Giel, Katrin (1); Löwe, Bernd (3); Ziser, Katrin (1); Herzog, Werner (2); Zipfel, Stephan (1); Antop Study Group, And The  (4).
    (1) University Hospital Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany; (2) Heidelberg University Hospital, Heidelberg, Germany; (3) University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf, Hamburg, Germany; (4).

    CO-289 Psychotherapy process and predictors of outcome in anorexia nervosa: evidence from the ANTOP-study.
    Zipfel, Stephan (1); Antop Study Group, And The (2).
    (1) University Hospital Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany; (2) .

    CO-316 Anorexia Nervosa and Obesity: Shared and Differential Vulnerabilities .
    Fernandez-Aranda, Fernando (1); Jimenez-Murcia, Susana (2); Mallorqui-Bague, Nuria (2); Agüera, Zaida (2); Steward, Trevor (2); Menchón, Jm (2).
    (1)University Hospital Bellvitge-IDIBELL , Hospitalet del Llobregat, Spain; (2) Instituto de salud Carlos III, Barcelona, Spain.

    ROOM A4
    PSYCHOCARDIOLOGY
    ChairsMargarita Beresnevaite - Christoph Herrmann-Lingen

    CO-23 Peripheral Epinephrine and Dopamine Deficiency in Patients with Depression and Coronary Artery Disease.
    Christiane Martha, Waller (1); Uta, Hoppmann (2); Sabrina, Krause (1); Franziska, Szabo (1); Harald, Gündel (1).
    (1) Clinic of Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy, Ulm, Germany; (2) Clinic of Neurology and clinical neurophysiology, Berlin, Germany.

    CO-99 Cardiac Surgery.
    Styra, Rima; Larsen, Elisabeth. Toronto General Hospital, Toronto, Canada

    CO-114 Desynchronization of the autonomic nervous system in mother-child-dyads during SSP: influence of maltreatment and neglect.
    Roder, Eva (1); Köhler-Dauner, Franziska (2); Krause, Sabrina (1); Appelganz, Anna (1); Richter, Ines (1); Miller, Linda (3); Dobler, Stephanie (3); Rottler, Edit (1); Gündel, Harald (1); Ziegenhain, Ute (2); Waller, Christiane (1).
     (1) Universitätsklinik Ulm, Ulm, Germany; (2) Kinder- und Jugendpsychiatrie/Psychotherapie Ulm, Ulm, Germany; (3) Universität Ulm, Ulm, Germany.

    CO- 211 Prevalence and determinants of medication nonadherence in patients with hypertensive crisis admitted to an emergency ward.
    Herrmann-Lingen, Christoph; Lowin, Elena; Chavanon, Mira-Lynn; Lach, Nadine; Wallbach, Manuel; Koziolek, Michael. University of Göttingen Medical Centre, Göttingen, Germany

    CO-266 Heart rate variability parameters and depression in coronary artery bypass graft and in valve surgery patients.
    Beresnevaite, Margarita (1); Benetis, Rimantas (1); Kinduris, Sarunas (1); Stankus, Albinas (2); Sirvinskas, Edmundas (1).
    (1) Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Kaunas, Lithuania; (2) Klaipeda University, Klaipeda, Lithuania

    ROOM SUR 2+3+4
    TRANSPLANT PSYCHIATRY ASSESSMENTS: CHOOSING THE RIGHT CANDIDATES
    Chairs: Terry D. Schneekloth - Frank Vitinius

    CO-135 SIPAT Score - Enhancing Patients' Choice and Outcome.
    Maldonado, Jose. Stanford University, Stanford, United States

    CO-151 Development and implementation of psycho-social LT-ePROMs (Electronically-captured Patient-reported outcome measures for Liver Transplant).
    Niazi, Shehzad; Keaveny, Andrew; Vasquez, Adriana; Schneekloth, Terry; Spaulding, Aaron; Nordan, Lisa; Rummans, Teresa; Taner, C. Burcin. Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, United States

    CO-184 The Transplant Evaluation Rating Scale (TERS) as a Predictor of Medical Outcomes in Living-Donor Kidney Transplant Recipients – a retrospective analysis.
    Vitinius, Frank  (1); Dieplinger, Georg (1); Peltzer. Samia (1); Mokhaberi, Nariman (1); Ditt , Vanessa (2); Wahba, Roger (1); Schlösser, Hans (1); Kurschat, Christine(1); Lange, Ulrich (2); Bauerfeind, Ursula (2); Arns, Wolfgang (2); Stippel,  Dirk L.(1).
    (1) Uniklinik Köln, Cologne (Köln), Germany; (2) Krankenhaus Köln Merheim, Cologne (Köln), Germany

    CO-193 The Cannabis Controversy: Case Studies of Cannabis Use Disorders in Renal Transplant Candidates.
    Schneekloth, Terry; Stark, Amy; Thusius, Nuria; Karpyak, Victor; Hall-Flavin, Daniel; Hickson, Latonya. Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, United States

    CO-205 Substance Use among Potential Kidney Transplant Candidates and its Impact on Access to Kidney Transplantation; a Canadian Cohort Study.
    Tang, Evan; Bansal, Aarushi; Kwok, Michelle; Famure, Olusegun; Kim, S. Joseph; Buchman, Daniel; Novak, Marta; Mucsi, Istvan. University Health Network, Toronto, Canada

    ROOM SUR 9+10
    THE BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL MODEL IN DERMATOLOGY
    Chairs: Dra. Lucia Tomas-Aragones - Dr. Ricardo Campos Rodenas

    CO-100 What is known about the psychodermatology clinic model of care? A systematic scoping review.
    Zhou, Stephanie; Mukovozov, Ilya; Chan, An-Wen. University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada

    CO-124 "What's getting under your skin?": A Review of Psychodermatology.
    Mondia, Stephen (1); Lieb, Kate (2); Forman, Howard (1); Gomez, Maria (1).
    (1) Montefiore Medical Center, Montefiore, United States; (2) Montefiore Medical Center, Montefiore, United States.

    CO-302 The Sociotype in Deramtology.
    Tomas-Aragones, Lucia. University of Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Spain

    CO-306 Group psychotherapy for patients with hidradenitis suppurativa: effects in quality of life.
    Margarit De Miguel, Esther (1); Vilarrasa Rull, Eva (1); Puig Sanz, Luis (1); Font Guiteras, Antoni (2); Tomas Aragones, Lucia (3).
    (1) Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, Barcelona, Spain; (2) Autonomous University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain; (3) Instituto Aragonés de Ciencias de la Salud (IACS) y Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Spain.

    CO-310 Suicide risk in psoriasis patients: a vital sign and gateway to management.
    Campos Rodenas, Ricardo. Hospital Clinico Universitario "Lozano Blesa", Zaragoza, Spain.
    18:00 – 19:00  ROOM A1
    SEMP MESA: NECESIDADES DE LAS PERSONAS CON ESQUIZOFRENIA / PSICOSIS. RESULTADOS FINALES DE LA ENCUESTA A GRAN ESCALA. PROYECTO VOZ.
    Eduard Vieta y Ana Cabrera
    SESIÓN PATROCINADA POR / SESSION SPONSORED BY:
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     19:30 – 21:00 AUDITORIUM
    EAPM General Assembly

    Backstage of an epidemiological study on functional disorders

    The aim of this masterclass is to discuss how to perform epidemiological studies in functional disorders and to address pros and cons in different designs. We will use practical examples from i.a. the DanFunD population study.

    Topics will be how to assess functional disorders (by questionnaires or by diagnostic interviews), how to identify risk factors and how to assess consequences for patients and society.

    We will discuss methodological questions as delimitation of syndromes and problems with selection and information bias. We will ensure sufficient time for open discussion and questions, for instance in relation to participants’ own research.

    Measuring the Unmeasurable:Assessing Transformative Learning with Humanistic Intent

    A countervailing movement to the popular fixation on competency-based medical education (CBME) is a new (or renewed) focus on professional identity formation and on education for humanism and social justice. Teaching with these goals in mind is extremely challenging; however, an even greater challenge is how this type of learning may be assessed. The purpose of this interactive session is to engage the combined experiences and expertise of the participants to explore this question from a variety of different perspectives in a dialogue from which new questions and possibilities may arise.

    This seminar will review concepts and examples of transformative learning in health professions education from the group’s own experiences, including pedagogical techniques and learning theories. This overview will include discussions on the use of narratives and art, the notion of critical consciousness, and dialogical approaches, and specific teaching case examples will be given to illustrate what the author means by “transformative health professions education.” We will then use these examples to engage the group’s collective expertise in psychometric, quantitative, qualitative, and narrative techniques to explore how to best assess learning in these types of activities. In this context, participants will be encouraged to critically reflect on issues, such as standardization in assessment, assessment bias, subjectivity, and the ultimate goal of assessment in education for excellence, compassion, and justice.

    Exposure-based cognitive behavior therapy for irritable bowel syndrome - theory and empirical results

    Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is associated with impaired quality of life and high societal costs. Although some studies show large treatment effects for psychological treatments such as psychodynamic psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, stress management, biofeedback, relaxation therapy, cognitive therapy, and cognitive behavior therapy, other studies show very little effect. These interventions target different stressors such as difficult interpersonal relationships, maladaptive coping strategies, negative self-schemas, negative appraisals of daily stressors, or general life difficulties. However, recent research suggests that the primary source of stress that causes symptoms is part of the illness itself. IBS-patients have developed hypervigilance towards their own body and react with fear and avoidance in response to naturally occurring gastrointestinal symptoms, which leads to decreased quality of life and increased awareness of symptoms. I will present an exposure and acceptance based therapy for IBS that has been evaluated series of five published studies, with response rates between 59% and 65%.
  • 07:30 REGISTRATION OPENS
    08:00 - 09:30
    AUDITORIUM
    DISTRESS AND PSYCHOLOGICAL ADAPTATION TO CANCER - PSYCHO-ONCOLOGY SECTION OF PORTUGUESE SOCIETY OF PSYCHIATRY AND MENTAL HEALTH

    Chair: Jordi Blanch

    CO-263 Suffering and Meaning: “Meaning Centered Psychotherapy”.
    Da Ponte, Guida. Centro Hospitalar Barreiro-Montijo, Barreiro, Portugal

    CO-264 Distress and Emotion Regulation across Cancer Trajectory.
    Ouakinin, Silvia. Faculty of Medicine, University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal

    CO-267 Attachment and Emotional Regulation in Breast Cancer.
    Eusebio Eusebio, Susana Eusebio; Torrado, Marco. Faculty of Medicine, University of Lisbon, Portugal

    CO-297 Doctor-patient relation and adaptation to cancer: the Oncologist´s perspective.
    Espírito Santo, Jorge. Centro Hospitalar Barreiro-Montijo, Barreiro, Portugal

    ROOM A1
    GENDER DYSPHORIA IN CATALONIA: CLINICAL PRACTICE AND RESEACH (ENG)
    Chair: Esther Gómez-Gil

    CO-83  Estrogen receptor alpha XbaI-rs9340799 polymorphism involvement in Gender Dysphoria etiology.
    Fernández García, Rosa (1); Cortés Cortés, Joselyn (1); Gómez Gil, Esther (2); Esteva, Isabel (3); Almaraz, M Cruz (3); Guillamón, Antonio (4); Pásaro, Eduardo (1).
    (1) UDC, A Coruña, Spain; (2) Hospital Clinic, Barcelona, Spain; (3) Hospital Carlos Haya, Málaga, Spain; (4) UNED, Madrid, Spain.

    CO-87 Effects of sex steroids on cardiovascular risk profile in transsexual individuals under cross-sex hormone treatment.
    Mora Porta, Mireia (1); Aranda, Gloria (2); Hanzu, Felicia A (1); Vera, Josep (2); Ortega, Emilio (1); Halperin, Irene (1).
    (1) Hospital Clínic of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain; (2) Institut d’Investigacions Biomediques August Pi i Sunyer (IDIBAPS), Barcelona, Spain.

    CO-98 Satisfaction after sex reassignment surgery in gender dysphoric patients in Catalonia
    Gómez-Gil, Esther (1); Weshahy, Omar (1); Raigosa, Javier Mauricio  (1); Toquero, Roser (1); Esteva, Isabel (2); (grupo De Identidad Y Diferenciación Sexual De La Sociedad Española De Endocrinología Nutrición), Gidseen (3).
    (1) HOSPITAL CLINIC, BARCELONA, Spain; (2) HOSPITAL CARLOS HAYA, Spain; (3) SOCIEDAD CIENTÍFICA, MADRID, Spain

     CO-106 Cosmetic and functional results of genital reassignment surgery in gender dyshphoria from male to women: A review of our department experience from 2009 to 2016.
    Descarrega Román, Jordi; Raigosa Garcia, Mauricio; Weshahy, Omar; Ayte Hidalgo, Tomas; Cruz Gimeno, Juan ; Oyonate, Hector; Fontdevila Font, Joan. Hospital Clínic de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain

    ROOM A2
    DETECCIÓN PRECOZ DEL USO DE SUSTANCIAS POR MEDIO DE ANÁLISIS DE ORINA: ¿ES DE UTILITIDAD EN LA PSIQUIATRÍA DE ENLACE? (ES)
    Chair:
    Laia Miquel de Montagut

    Contexto histórico y situación actual.
    Laia Miquel de Montagut

    Situaciones especiales 1: Retos y futuro en la detección de benzodiazepinas en orina.
    Bernardino Gonzalez

    Situaciones especiales 2: adherencia a la detección de sustancias en orina en pacientes en lista de espera para trasplante hepático.
    Hugo Lopez

    Situaciones especiales 3: Del Alcohol en orina al Etilglucorònico, mejorando la detección del consumo de sustancias.
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    ROOM A3
    PSYCHOSOMATIC GASTROENTEROLOGY: THE MIND OF THE DIGESTIVE SUFFERER
    Chairs: Adriana Baban - Dan L Dumitrascu

    CO-121 Development of mental disorders and functional somatic syndromes among persons reporting symptoms related to the irritable bowel syndrome – a population based study.
    Heinsvig Poulsen, Chalotte (1); Falgaard Eplov, Lene (1); Hjorthøj, Carsten (1); Eliasen, Marie (1); Skovbjerg, Sine (1); Meinertz Dantoft, Thomas (1); Schröder, Andreas (2); Jørgensen, Torben (1).
    (1) The Capital Region of Denmark, Glostrup, Denmark; (2) Aarhus University Hospital, Aarhus, Denmark.

    CO-245 Psychosocial predictors of depression in IBS patients.
    Fadgyas Stanculete, Mihaela (1); Pojoga, Cristina (2); Dumitrascu, Dan (1)
    (1) University of Medicine and Pharmacy Iuliu Hatieganu, Cluj Napoca, Romania; (2) Babes Bolyai University, Cluj Napoca, Romania.

    CO-255 How will impact the advent of Rome IV proceedings the psychosomatic approach of functional gastrointestinal disorders?
    Dumitrascu, Dan Lucian (1); Lupasco, Iulianna (2).
    (1) Iuliu Hatieganu University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania; (2) Dept. Gastroenterology, Nicolae Testemitanu State University of Medicine and Pharmacy Kishinew, Moldova, Kishinew, Moldova, Republic Of.

    CO-257 Mechanisms of change in CBT interventions for Irritable Bowel Syndrome: a meta-analytic approach.
    Radu, Mădălina (1); Moldovan, Ramona (1); Pintea, Sebastian (1); Băban, Adriana (1); Dumitrascu, Dan Lucian (2).
    (1) Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania; (2) Iuliu Hatieganu University of Medicine and Pharmacy Cluj-Napoca, Romania, Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

    CO-262 Psychiatric treatments for IBD: a systematic literature review.
    Tarricone, Ilaria  (1); Carini, Giovanni (2); Gionchetti, Paolo  (1); Belluzzi, Andrea (1); Rizzello, Fernando (1); Laureti, Silvio  (1); Di Simone, Massimo (1); Muratori, Roberto (3); Poggioli, Gilberto (1); Campieri, Massimo (1).
    (1) Department of Medical and Surgical Sciences, University of Bologna, Italy  , Bologna , Italy; (2) Azienda Ospedaliera Universitaria Sant’Orsola-Malpighi, Bologna , Italy; (3) Department of Psychiatry and psychological Addictions, Local Health Authority, Bologna, Italy, Bologna , Italy.

    ROOM A4
    SIXTY YEARS EUROPEAN CONFERENCES ON PSYCHOSOMATIC RESEARCH – OBJECTIVES, EXPERIENCES AND PROGRESS
    Chair: Hans-Christian Deter - Antonio Lobo - Per Fink

    CO-238 The contribution from the field of Psychiatry.
    Lobo, Antonio. Universidad de Zaragoza. Instituto de Investigación Sanitaria de Aragón (IIS-A). CIBERSAM, Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Zaragoza, Spain

    CO-254 The impact of ECPR meetings on the development of other specialisties and of psychosomatic medicine in east Europe.
    Dumitrascu, Dan Lucian. Iuliu Hatieganu University of Medicine and Pharmacy Cluj-Napoca, Romania, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

    CO-285 Followers of the European Conferences on Psychosomatic Research (ECPR).
    Hans-Christian, Deter (1); Kristina, Orth-Gomér (2).
    (1) Charite, Berlin, Germany; (2) Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden.

    Discussant: The need of General Practitioners in psychosomatic diagnostic and treatment of functional diseases

    Lene Sanchez, Per Fink,  Research Clinic for Functional Disorders and Psychosomatics, Aarhus University   Hospital, Danmark

    ROOM SUR2+3+4

    USING THE INTERMED FOR MANAGING COMPLEX CLINICAL SITUATIONS: ADVANCING INSIGHT
    Chairs: Steven Frankel - Annette Boenink

    CO-25 INTERMED-Self Assessment (IMSA): validity and preliminary applications in research.
    Ferrari, Silvia (1); Van Reedt Dortland, Arianne K.b. (2); Boenink, Annette (2).
    (1) University of Modena & Reggio Emilia, Modena, Italy; (2) VU University Medical Centre/GGZ inGeest, Amsterdam, Netherlands

    CO-120 Using the Intermed in patient care to implement integrated care: failures, successes, lessons learnt.
    Annette, Boenink (1); Corine, Latour (2); Arianne, Van Reedt Dortland (1).
    (1) VUmc, Amsterdam, Netherlands; (2) Hogeschool van Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

    CO-180 Using the INTERMED Complexity Assessment Grid (IM-CAG) and its shortened version the “INTERMED Self-Assessment" (IM-SA) with support personnel, and in particular case management.
    Frankel, Steven. University of Californa, San Francisco, San Francisco, California, United States

    CO-210 Comparison of bio-psycho-social health care needs and costs of elderly German and Dutch people based on an Intermed segmentation model.
    Beate, Wild (1); Joris, Slaets (2).
    (1) Unviersity Hospital Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany; (2) University Medical Center Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands.

    ROOM SUR5+6
    WORKSHOP FOR JUNIOR SCIENTISTS: "HOW TO GET YOUR PAPER PUBLISHED, THE EDITOR'S POINT OF VIEW'
    A.F.G. Leentjens

    ROOM  SUR9+10 
    SIG SESSION
    "CHRONIC PAIN"

    Antonella Ciaramella

    09:45 – 11:15 AUDITORIUM
    PLENARY SESSION 2
    The aetiology of functional somatic syndromes: lumpers, splitters and lifelines.
    Prof. Creed
    and Prof. Rosmalen

    How to treat Bodily distress Syndrome / functional somatic syndromes. Results from a highly specialised university clinic.
    Prof. Fink - Alison Creed Award
     11:15 - 11:45
    COFFE BREAK
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    AUDITORUM  
    RECENT RESEARCH ON ANXIETY AND MEDICAL ILLNESS
    Chairs: Jose M Menchon – Antonio Lobo

    CO-28 Body dysmorphic disorder: Comorbidity and presentation in medical settings.
    Menchon, Jose M. Hospital Universitari de Bellvitge, Barcelona, Spain

    CO-50 Clinically relevant anxiety and risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.  
    Lobo, Antonio (1); Bueno-Notivol, Juan (2); De La Cámara, Concepción (1); Santabárbara, Javier (1); Marcos, Guillermo (1); Gracia-García, Patricia (1); Lobo, Elena (1); López-Antón, Raúl (1).
    (1) University of Zaragoza, Instituto Investigación Sanitaria de Aragón (IIS-Aragón), Zaragoza, Spain; (2) University of Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Spain.

    CO-58 Somatisation as a risk factor for incident depression and anxiety.
    Dijkstra Kersten, Sandra (1); Sitnikova, Kate (1); Van Marwijk, Harm (2); Gerrits, Marloes (1); Van Der Wouden, Johannes (1); Penninx, Brenda (1); Van Der Horst, Henriette (1); Leone, Stephanie (3).
    (1) VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, Netherlands; (2) Manchester Academic Health Sciences Centre and NIHR School for Primary Care Research, Manchester, United Kingdom; (3) Netherlands Institute of Mental Health and Addiction, Utrecht, Netherlands.

    CO-108 ‘Anxiety symptoms have a stronger association with mortality compared to depressive symptoms in chronic dialysis patients’.
    Schouten, Robbert (1); Haverkamp, Gerlinde (1); Honig, Adriaan (1); Siegert, Carl (2); Dekker, Friedo (3).
    (1) OLVG Hospital / Free University of Amsterdam, Amsterrdam, Netherlands; (2) OLVG Hospital, Amsterdam, Netherlands; (3) Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands.

    CO-213 Joint hypermobility and anxiety.
    Bulbena Vilarrasa, Antonio. Institut Neuropsiquiatria addictions Parc de salut Mar, Barcelona, Spain.
     ROOM A1 
    SEMP SESSION “HEALTHY SLEEP IN A HEALTHY BODY: SLEEP AND MEDICAL HEALTH” (ENG)
    Chair: Miguel Ángel Sánchez

    Insomnia phenotypes and adverse health outcomes: what we know & what we need to learn.
    Julio Fernandez-Mendoza. Penn State College of Medicine, Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Division of Sleep Medicine.

    Behavioral Sleep Medicine approaches that augment treatment outcome for sleep apnea patients.
    Jack D. Edinger. Department of Medicine, National Jewish Health, Denver Colorado and Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, USA

    Sleep in hospitalized patients: the neglected therapeutic weapon?
    Miguel Ángel Sánchez González. Servicio de Psiquiatría, Fundación Jiménez Díaz, Madrid, Departamento de Anatomía, Histología y Neurociencia, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
    SESIÓN PATROCINADA POR /SESSION SPONSORED BY
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    ROOM A2
    PATIENT-CENTRED APPROACHES TO CHRONIC PAIN 
    Chairs
    : Antonella Ciaramella - Anne Francoise Allaz

    CO-63 Extreme Pain Intensity as a Message; Chronic pain as a sign of distress.
    Anne Françoise, Allaz (1); Valérie, Piguet (2); Michel, Kossowski (1); Jules, Desmeules (2); Marie, Besson (2); Christine, Cedraschi (3).
    (1) Division of General internal medicine and Medical Rehabilitation, Geneva University Hospitals and Geneva University , University Hospitals and University, Geneva, Switzerland; (2) Pain Centre, Division of Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology, Geneva .University and Geneva University Hospitals , University Hospitals, Geneva, Switzerland; (3) Division of General internal medicine and Medical Rehabilitation and Pain Centre, Geneva University Hospitals and Geneva University , University Hospitals, Geneva, Switzerland.

    CO-69 A multistep program integrating interventions for chronic pain self-management.
    Ciaramella, Antonella. Aplysia Onlus, GIFT Institute of Integrative Medicine, Pisa, Italy, Pisa, Italy

    CO-111 Pain perception and the anticipation of stigmatization due to mental illness – associations within a sample of patients with chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CPPS).
    Dybowski, Christoph; Löwe, Bernd; Albrecht, Rebecca; Brünahl, Christian A. University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf and Schön Klinik Hamburg Eilbek, Hamburg, Germany

    CO-139 Predictors of pain perception and quality of life in a 1-year follow-up of patients with chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CPPS).
    Brünahl, Christian A. (1); Löwe, Bernd  (1); Ketels, Gesche (2); Klotz, Susanne (2); Dybowski, Christoph  (1).
    (1) University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf and Schön Klinik Hamburg Eilbek, Hamburg, Germany; (2) University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Hamburg, Germany.

    CO-274 The management of pain: the meaning of placebo effect. Mosek, Amnon.
    Tel-Aviv Medical Center, Tel-Aviv, Israel.

    ROOM A3 
    MANGEMENT OF FUNCTIONAL/SOMATOFORM DISORDERS
    Chair: Christopher Burton

    CO-117 Physical, Psychological, and Social Predictors of Health-Related Quality of Life in Older Persons with Medically Unexplained Symptoms.
    Hanssen, Denise (1); Naarding, Paul (2); Olde Hartman, Tim (3); Lucassen, Peter (3); Oude Voshaar, Richard (1).
    (1) University Medical Center Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands; (2) GGNet, Apeldoorn, Netherlands; (3) Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, Nijmegen, Netherlands.

    CO-119 Diversity of reason for consultation in frequent users of unscheduled care: a possible marker of somatic symptom disorder.
    Stegink, Sarah (1); Elliott, Alison (1); Burton, Christopher (2).
    (1) University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, United Kingdom; (2) University of Sheffield, Sheffield, United Kingdom.

    CO-145 Management strategies for medically unexplained symptoms in general practice: a qualitative study.
    Terpstra, Tom (1); Gol, Janna (1); Lucassen, Peter (2); Houwen, Juul (2); Rosmalen, Judith (1); Olde Hartman, Tim (2).
    (1) University of Groningen, University Medical Center Groningen, Interdisciplinary Center Psychopathology and Emotion regulation, Groningen, Netherlands; (2) Department of Primary & Community Care, Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Center, Nijmegen, Netherlands.

    CO-197 Predictors of mental health care use in patients with somatoform disorders.
    Shedden-Mora, Meike (1); Piontek, Katharina (2); Löwe, Bernd (1).
    (1) University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Hamburg, Germany; (2) University Medicine Greifswald, Greifswald, Germany

    CO-290 Management of functional somatic syndromes – update of a systematic umbrella review.
    Heribert Christian, Sattel (1); Stephan, Zipfel (2); Francis, Creed (3); Peter, Henningsen (1).
    (1) University Hospital, Technische Universtität München, Munich, Germany; (2) University Hospital, University of Tuebingen, Germany , Tübingen, Germany; (3) University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom

    ROOM A4
    PSYCHONEPHROLOGY
    Chairs: Dr. Soham Rej - Dr. Stvan Mucsi

    CO-113 The Effect of Brief Self-Management Intervention for Hemodialysis Patients on Trajectories of Depressive and Anxious Symptoms.
    Griva, Konstadina (1); Lam, Kevin  (1); Nandakumar, Moopil (2); Mc Bain, Hayley (3); Newman, Stanton (4).
    (1) National University of Singapore, SINGAPORE, Singapore; (2) national Kidney foundation Singapore, SINGAPORE, Singapore; (3) City University UK, SINGAPORE, United Kingdom; (4) City University, SINGAPORE, United Kingdom

    CO-149 Lithium and it's Association with Physical Disorders: Focus on the Kidney.
    Rej, Soham. McGill University, Montreal, Canada

    CO-150 Brief Mindfulness Meditation for Depression and Anxiety Symptoms in Patients Undergoing Dialysis: A Randomized Control Trial.
    Thomas, Zoë (1); Novak, Marta (2); Torres Platas, Susanna G. (1); Gautier, Maryse (3); Potes, Angela (1); Segal, Marilyn (1); Looper, Karl (1); Lipman, Marc (1); Selchen, Stephen (2); Musci, Itsvan (2); Herrmann, Nathan (2); Rej, Soham (2).
    (1) McGill University, Montreal, Canada; (2) University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada; (3) Jewish General Hospital, Montreal, Canada.

    CO-176 Lower kidney graft function is associated with longer sleep duration and more REM sleep among kidney transplant recipients.
    Ronai Kovacs Istvanne, Katalin Z (1); Szentkiralyi, Andras (2); Lazar, Alpar S (3); Czira, Maria E (2); Mucsi, Istvan (4); Bodizs, Robert (1); Molnar, Miklos Z (5); Novak, Marta (4).
    (1) Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary; (2) University of Muenster, Muenster, Germany; (3)University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom; (4) University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada; (5) University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Tennessee, United States.


    CO-291 Ethnocultural and psychosocial barriers towards accessing living donor kidney transplantation in Canada – what we know and what we need to learn.
    Mucsi, Istvan; Novak, Marta. University Health Network, Toronto, Canada

    ROOM SUR 2+3+4

    HIV-PSYCHIATRY (supported by WPA HIV/AIDS Psychiatry Section)
    Chair: Jordi Blanch

    CO-323 Update of the medical aspects of HIV-infection. 
    Martínez, Esteban. Hospital Clínic de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain


    CO-311 HIV-infection and substance use. 
    Blanch, Jordi. Hospital Clínic / Parc Sanitari Sant Joan de Déu, Barcelona, Spain

    CO-321 HIV associated neurocognitive disorder (HAND) 
    Cañizares, Silvia. Hospital Clínic de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain

    CO-322 Stigma, Discrimination, and Criminalization of HIV/AIDS: Challenges for Psychiatrists in the Prevention of HIV and Delivery of Compassionate Care. 
    Cohen, Mary Ann. Icahn School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, New York , United States


    ROOM SUR 9+10

    COMMUNICATION SKILLS-TRAINING FOR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS
    Chair: Alexandre Berney

    CO- 35 Undergraduate Communication Skills Training: benefits of individual supervision. 
    Alexandre, Berney; Friedrich, Stiefel ; Celine, Bourquin.Lausanne University Hospital, Lausanne, Switzerland

    CO-42 Which patient and doctor behaviors make a medical consultation more effective from a patient point of view. Results from a European multicentre study in 31 countries.
    Rimondini, Michela (1); Busch, Isolde (2); Bensing, Jozien (3); Mazzi, Maria Angela (1).  
    (1) University of Verona, Verona, Italy; (2) University of Verona, Verona, Italy; (3) Nivel, Utrecht, Netherlands.

    CO-75 Teaching healthcare providers about medically unexplained symptoms: development of an online course and results of a pilot study.
    Van Gils, Anne (1); Heath, Patricia (1); Sattel, Heribert (2); Rosmalen, Judith G.m. (1).
    (1) University Medical Center Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands; (2) Technische Universität München, Munich, Germany

    CO- 280 Improving intra-professional collaboration in complex cases in hospital patient care.
    Klaas, Nauta. Vumc, Amsterdam, Netherlands


    ROOM 5+6
    SIG SESSION 
    ORGANIZATION OF CARE / INTEGRATED CARE

    Steven Franke, Annette Boenink & Silvia Ferrari
    13:30 – 14:30 LUNCH BREAK
    14:30 – 16:00
    AUDITORIUM
    PROACTIVE C-L PSYCHIATRY: EVIDENCE FOR A NEW MODEL
    Chair: Hochang Benjamin Lee

    CO-39 Does inpatient consultation - liaison psychiatry work? A review of the evidence and rationale for a new model.
    Sharpe, Michael. University of oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom.

    CO-43 Proactive Liaison Psychiatry - launching a 3,000 patient trial.
    Walker, Jane. University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom

    CO-51 Yale Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) Model study: Results from the Two-year Implementation of a Proactive CL Psychiatric Service at the Yale New Haven Hospital.
    Lee, Hochang. Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, United States

    CO-181 Development and Implementation of Behavioral Intervention Team Model at Johns Hopkins Hospital: Preliminary Analysis of Effectiveness.
    Triplett, Patrick. Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, United States
      ROOM A1
    SEMP SESSION “INVESTIGACIÓN Y PSICOTERAPIA EN PSICOSOMÁTICA” (ES)
    Chair: José Ignacio Del Pino Montesinos

    La visión sistémica de la persona en psicosomática.
    José Ignacio Del Pino Montesinos. Psiquiatra. Psicoterapeuta. Sevilla. Vocal de la Asociación de Terapia Familiar y de Sistemas (SYFA).

    Refugees, Psychosomatic, Suffering and Resilience.
    Giuseppe Leo. Psiquiatra. Psicoterapeuta. Centro Psicoterapia Dinámica "Mauro Mancia". Italia

    Estado actual de investigación en psicoterapia.
    Celia Sales. Psicóloga. Psicoterapeuta familiar. Investigadora University of Porto. Portugal.
       ROOM A2
    TREATMENT OF HEALTH ANXIETY - RECENT TRIALS AND NEW PERSPECTIVES
    Chair: Lisbeth Frostholm

    CO-48 Internet-delivered treatment of Health anxiety: Overcoming barriers of disseminating treatment?.
    Hoffmann, Ditte (1); Rask, Charlotte (1); Hedman, Erik (2); Ljótsson, Brjánn (2); Frostholm, Lisbeth (1).
    (1) Aarhus University Hospital, Aarhus, Denmark; (2) Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden.

    CO-49 Outcome of group cognitive behavioural therapy for severe health anxiety. Preliminary results from the CHAG-Trial.
    Skjernov, Mathias (1); Fink, Per (2); Fallon, Brian (3); Soegaard, Ulf (4); Soendergaard Jensen, Jens  (2); Simonsen, Erik (5).
    (1) Psychiatric Research Unit Region Zealand, Slagelse, Denmark; (2) The Research Clinic for Functional Disorders and Psychosomatics, Aarhus, Denmark; (3) Columbia University Medical Center, New York, United States; (4) Clinic for Liaison Psychiatry in Koege, Koege, Denmark; (5) Institute of Clinical Research, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, Slagelse, Denmark.

    CO-53 Acceptance and Commitment Group Therapy for severe health anxiety: Efficacy and intervening variables. Result from a randomized controlled trial.
    Eilenberg, Trine (1); Fink, Per (2); Ørnbøl, Eva (2); Jensen, Jens S (2); Rief, Winfried (3); Hoffmann, Ditte (2); Frostholm, Lisbeth (1).
    (1) Aarhus University Hospital , aarhus, Denmark; (2) Aarhus University Hospital, aarhus, Denmark; (3) University of Marburg, Marburg, Germany

    CO-60 Health anxiety by proxy: a new concept with important treatment implications.
    Thorgaard, Mette Viller (1); Frostholm, Lisbeth (1); Walker, Lynn  (2); Jensen, Jens Søndergaard (1); Morina, Butrin (1); Lindegaard, Hanne (3); Salomonsen, Lone (4); Rask, Charlotte Ulrikka (1).
    (1) Aarhus University Hospital, Aarhus, Denmark; (2) Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, United States; (3) Odense University Hospital, Odense, Denmark; (4) Aalborg University Hospital, Aalborg, Denmark.

    ROOM A3
    TREATMENT OF FUNCTIONAL SOMATIC SYNDROMES: NEW TRIALS, AND POTENTIALLY NEGATIVE TREATMENT EFFECTS
    Chair: Andreas Schröder

    CO-89 High- and low-dose Acceptance and Commitment group Therapy (ACT-G) versus enhanced care for patients with severe functional somatic syndromes (STreSS-4): preliminary results from a randomized controlled trial
    Frølund Pedersen, Heidi; Agger, Johanne Liv; Frostholm, Lisbeth; Søndergaard Jensen, Jens; Fink, Per; Schröder, Andreas. Aarhus University Hospital, Aarhus Univerity Hospital, Denmark

    CO-92 Is psychotherapy for functional somatic syndromes harmful to patients? A mixed method study on negative effects
    Holsting, Anna Frøkjær (1); Pedersen, Heidi Frølund (1); Rask, Mette Trølund (2); Frostholm, Lisbeth (1); Schröder, Andreas  (1).
    (1) Aarhus University Hospital, Aarhus, Denmark; (2) Horsens Regional Hospital, Horsens, Denmark.

    CO-94 Group-based Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for severe functional somatic syndromes in adolescents – uncontrolled pilot study
    Kallesøe, Karen H. (1); Schröder, Andreas (1); Jensen, Jens Søndergaard (1); Preuss, Tua  (1); Wicksell, Rikard K. (2); Fink, Per (1); Rask, Charlotte Ulrikka (1).
    (1)  Aarhus University Hospital, Aarhus, Denmark; (2) Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm, Sweden.

    CO-26 Imipramine versus placebo for multiple functional somatic syndromes (STreSS-3): a double-blind, randomised study
    Agger, Johanne Liv (1); Schröder, Andreas (1); Gormsen, Lise (2); Jensen Staehelin, Troels  (1); Fink, Per (1)
    (1) Aarhus University Hospital, Aarhus, Denmark; (2) Aarhus Psychiatric Hospital, Aarhus, Denmark.

    ROOM SUR 2+3+4
    PSYCHO-ONCOLOGY
    Chair: Elie Isenberg-Grzeda

    CO-15 It's Easy to Spot When You Know What to Look for: 18 Cases of Nonalcoholic Wernicke Encephalopathy.
    Isenberg-Grzeda, Elie (1); Alici, Yesne (2); Hatzoglou, Vaios (2); Nelson, Christian (2); Breitbart, William (2).
    (1) University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada; (2) Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, United States.

    CO-165 What contributes to emotional display during first consultations in breast cancer patients.
    Del Piccolo, Lidia; Mazzi, Maria Angela; De Felice, Mariangela; Danzi, Olivia; Bottacini, Alessandro; Goss, Claudia; Rimondini, Michela. University of Verona, Italy

    CO-195 Optimizing expectations to prevent side effects of adjuvant endocrine treatment in breast cancer: a randomized controlled trial.
    Shedden-Mora, Meike (1); Heisig, Sarah (2); Von Blanckenburg, Pia (3); Witzel, Isabell (1); Rief, Winfried (3); Albert, Ute-Susann (4); Nestoriuc, Yvonne (1).
    (1) University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Hamburg, Germany; (2) Hamburg University, Hamburg, Germany; (3) Philipps-University Marburg, Marburg, Germany; (4) Nordwest Clinic, Frankfurt, Germany

    C-217 Death rumination disorder and psychological defense styles in hospitalized cancer patients.
    Sharbafshaaer, Minoo. Sistan & Baluchestan University, Sistan & Baluchestan / Zahedan, Iran, Islamic Republic

    ROOM SUR 9+10

    SOMATIC SYMPTOM DISORDERS AND RELATED DISORDERS: A NEW DSM-5 CATEGORY. CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND PRIORITIES FOR A RESEARCH AGENDA
    Chair: Christina Van der Feltz-Cornelis

    CO-72 Risk of suicidal behaviour in subjects with pain. A population based longitudinal cohort study.
    De Heer, Eric (1); Ten Have, Margreet (2); Van Marwijk, Harm Wj (3); Dekker, Jack (4); De Graaf, Ron (2); Beekman, Aartjan Tf (5); Van Der Feltz-Cornelis, Christina M (1).
    (1) GGz Breburg, Tilburg, Netherlands; (2) Netherlands Institute of Mental Health and Addiction, Utrecht, Netherlands; (3) University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom; (4) VU University Medical Centre, Amsterdam, Netherlands; (5) GGz inGeest, Amsterdam, Netherlands

    CO-90 Validation of the Somatic Symptom Disorder – B Criteria Scale (SSD-12) in a Clinical Centre of Excellence in the Netherlands.
    De Vroege, Lars (1); Van Eck Van Der Sluijs, Jonna F. (1); Kamp, Remona C.a.d. (1); Kop, Willem J. (2); Van Der Feltz-Cornelis, Christina M. (1).
    (1) Clinical Centre of Excellence for Body, Mind and Health, GGz Breburg, Tilburg, The Netherlands, Tilburg, Netherlands; (2) Department of Medical and Clinical Psychology, Center of Research on Psychology in Somatic diseases (CoRPS), Tilburg University, Tilburg, The Netherlands, Tilburg, Netherlands.

    CO-91 Neurocognitive Functioning of Patients with Conversion Disorder compared to patients with Somatic Symptom and Related Disorders. An Observational Study in a specialty mental health setting.
    De Vroege, Lars (1); Koppenol, Iris (1); Kop, Willem J. (2); Van Der Feltz-Cornelis, Christina M. (1).
    (1) Clinical Centre of Excellence for Body, Mind and Health, GGz Breburg, Tilburg, The Netherlands, Tilburg, Netherlands; (2) Department of Medical Psychology and Clinical Psychology, Center of Research on Psychology in Somatic diseases (CoRPS), Tilburg University, Tilburg, The Netherlands, Tilburg, Netherlands

    CO-123 Setting a research agenda for combined somatic and psychological symptoms: a European Delphi study among EURONET SOMA and EAPM members.
    Elfeddali, Iman (1); Van Der Feltz-Cornelis, Christina (1); Löwe, Bernd (3); Malt, Ulrik Fredrik (4); Van Den Bergh, Omer (5); Werneke, Ursula (6).
    (1) Centre of excellence for Body, Mind and Health, GGz Breburg/Tilburg School of Behavioral Social Sciences, Tranzo Department, Tilburg University, Tilburg, Netherlands (2) Department of Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy, University Medical Centre Hamburg-Eppendorf and Schön Klinik Hamburg Eilbek, Hamburg, Germany; (3) Department of Psychosomatic Medicine, Oslo University Hospital/Department of Research and Education (clinical neuroscience) Oslo University Hospital /Institute of Clinical Medicine, Faculty of Medicine/ University of Oslo, Norway; (4) Research Group on Health Psychology, University of Leuven, Belgium; (5) Department of Clinical Sciences, Sunderby Research Unit, Division of Psychiatry, Umeå University, Sweden. 

     14:30 – 16:15 ROOM A4
    FROM JOINT HYPERMOBILITY TO NEUROCONNECTIVE PHENOTYPE: NEW PSYCHOSOMATIC PARADIGM
    Chair: Antonio Bulbena

    CO-229 Joint hypermobility: a potential biomarker for anxiety disorders in bipolar patients.
    Bulbena-Cabre, Andrea (1); Salgado, Purificacion (2); Rodriguez, Alfonso (2); Bulbena, Antonio (3).      
    (1) Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, United States; (2) Institut de Neuropsiquiatria i Adiccions, Barcelona, Spain; (3) Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain.

    CO-230 Psychopathology Update in the Joint Hypermobility (Ehlers Danlos) Syndrome.
    Bulbena-Cabre, Andrea (1); Baeza, Carolina (2); Pailhez, Guillem (3); Buron, Emma (3); Rosado, Silvia (4).
    (1) Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, United States; (2) Universite Paris Descartes, Paris, France; (3) Universitat Autonoma Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain; (4) Institut Neuropsiquiatria i addiccions, Barcelona, Spain.

    CO-248 The joint hypermobility syndrome and eating disorders.
    Baeza-Velasco, Carolina. University Paris Descartes, Sorbonne Paris Cité, Paris, France.

    CO-259 Joint Hypermobility and anxiety-like behaviours among dogs.
    Fatjó Ríos, Jaume (1); Bowen, Jonathan (2); Bulbena, Antoni (1).
    (1) Autonomous University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain; (2) Royal Veterinary College, London, United Kingdom

    CO-315 Neuroimaging in the Joint Hypermobility and Anxiety: Mind and Body.
    Mallorquí-Bagué, Núria. Hospital Universitari Bellvitge-CIBERobn, Barcelona, Spain
     16:15 – 16:45  AUDITORIUM
    1 MINUTE BEST POSTER SESSION
    16:15-17:45 ROOM A2
    SEMP MESA: “EL PROFESIONAL SANITARIO ANTE SÍ MISMO: RETOS DEONTOLÓGICOS” (ES)
    Chair: Eliseo Collazo Chao

    Errores en las actuaciones sanitarias.
    Maria Constanza Colchero Calderon. Médico de Familia, especialista en Medicina del Trabajo. Zona Básica de Salud Olivares, Distrito Aljarafe. Sevilla. Presidente de la Sociedad Andaluza de Investigación Bioética.

    Ética, Deontología y Psicoterapia.
    Esther Rodríguez Díaz. Psicóloga Sanitaria. Centro Médico Psicosomático. Sevilla. Miembro del Grupo de Trabajo “Psicosomática y Perfeccionismo” de la SEMP. Responsable de la Secretaría General de las Sociedades andaluza y española de Medicina Psicosomática (SAMP y SEMP).
    Francisco Atienza Martín. Médico de Familia. Doctor en Ciencias de la Salud Universidad de Huelva. UGC Virgen de África (DSAP Sevilla). Junta de SEMERGEN.

    La realidad de la confidencialidad.
    Eliseo Collazo Chao. Especialista en Cirugía General. Hospital Universitario Reina Sofía. Córdoba. Ex Vocal de la Comisión Central de Deontología de la OMC. Profesor de la Universidad de Córdoba.
    16:30 - 17:30 ROOM SUR 5+6 
    SIG SESSION 

    Primary Care Working Group

    Hans-Christian Deter

    Some experiences and results from our work with education and information about functional disorders to Danish primary care physicians
    Lene Toscano Sanchez, Aarhus
    16:45 - 17:45 ROOM AGORA
    POSTERS DISCUSSION 2
    18:00 – 19:30 AUDITORIUM
    PLENARY SESSION 3
    Consultation-liaison psychiatry in Portugal: lessons from the past, challenges for the future
    Prof. Cardoso - Frits Huyse Award

    Acute Brain Failure: Pathophysiology, Risk Factgors and Sequelae
    Prof Maldonado
    19:30-20:30 ROOM A1 
    SEMP - ASAMBLEA GENERAL ORDINARIA
    20:30 CONFERENCE DINNER
  • 07:30 REGISTRATION OPENS
    08:00 - 09:00
    ROOM A1
    SIG SESSION
    SAN FRANCISCO IMSA VALIDATION PROJECT
    Steven Frankel

    ROOM A2
    SIG  SESSION
    TRANSPLANT                                               
    Frank Vitinius

    09:00 – 10:45 AUDITORIUM
    PSYCHOCARDIOLOGY II
    Chair: Karl-Heinz Ladwig

    CO-102 Suicide deaths in people with cardiovascular disease.
    Hawkins, Michael (1); Schaffer, Ayal (2); Sinyor, Mark (2); Nishikawa, Yasunori (2); Herrmann, Nathan (2); Lanctôt, Krista L (2); Styra, Rima (3); Pompili, Maurizio (4); Huffman, Jeffrey (5).
    (1) University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada; (2) Sunnybrook Health Sciences Center, Toronto, Canada; (3) Toronto General Hospital , Toronto, Canada; (4) Sant’Andrea Hospital, Rome, Italy; (5) Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, United States.

    CO-187 When blue-collars feel blue: Depression and low occupational grade as synergistic predictors of incident cardiac events in middle-aged working individuals.
    Cédric, Lemogne (1); Pierre, Meneton (2); Emmanuel, Wiernik (2); Marcel, Goldberg (2); Marie, Zins (2).
    (1) European Georges Pompidou Hospital, Paris, France; (2) Inserm, Paris, France

    CO-208 Are causal attribution styles related with depression in patients with coronary heart disease? A qualitative and quantitative analysis.
    Kohlmann, Sebastian; Scholz, Theresa; Gierk, Bejamin; Löwe, Bernd. University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Hamburg, Germany

    CO-298 What qualifies depression to be an aetiological risk factor for coronary artery disease?
    Karl-Heinz, Ladwig. Universitätsklinium Rechts der Isar der TUM, München, Germany

    CO-318 Trajectories of depression and anxiety symptoms in Coronary Heart Disease strongly predict health care costs.
    Palacios, Jorge E (1); Mann, Anthony (1); Tylee, Andre (1); Khondoker, Mizanur (2); Hotopf, Matthew (1).
    (1) Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology, and Neuroscience, London, United Kingdom; (2) Norwich Medical School, Norwich, United Kingdom.

    ROOM A1 
    METABÒLIC SYNDROME / EATING DISORDERS
    Chair: Simone Mölbert

    CO-47 Typed personality and metabolic control in patients with diabetes mellitus.
    Chiara Conti1* and Giulia Di Francesco. Department of Psychological, Health, and Territorial Sciences, University “G. d’Annunzio” of Chieti-Pescara, Chieti, Italy

    CO-109 Subjective Stress and data from Japanese Special Health checkup .
    Moriya, Mitsuru (1); Miyamoto, Mitsuaki (2).
    (1) Health Sciences University of Hokkaido, Sapporo, Japan; (2) Memuro Community Hospital, Memuro, Japan.

    CO-227 The Impact of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction in Emotional and Glycemic Regulation of Type-2 Diabetes Mellitus Outpatients.
    Armani Kian, Alireza (1); Vahdani, Bita (1); Noorbala, Ahmad Ali (2); Nakhjavani, Manouchehr (2).
    (1) Zanjan University of Medical Sciences, Zanjan (Beheshti Hospital, Zanjan University of Medical Sciences), Iran, Islamic Republic Of; (2) Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran (Roozbeh hospital, Tehran University of Medical Sciences), Iran, Islamic Republic Of.

    CO-243 Investigating body image disturbance in patients with anorexia nervosa using new biometric figure rating scales.
    Mölbert, Simone (1); Thaler, Anne (2); Streuber, Stephan (3); Black, Michael (4); Karnath, Hans-Otto (5); Zipfel, Stephan (1); Mohler, Betty (2); Giel, Katrin (1).
    (1) Medical University Clinic, Tübingen, Germany; (2) Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen, Germany; (3) École Polytechnique de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland; (4) Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, Tübingen, Germany; (5) University Clinic, Tübingen, Germany.

    CO-320 Anxiety levels during 1st term of pregnancy predict body fat percentage at 2nd term.
    Cortes Rojas, Aaron; Kreither, Marianne; Cadagan, Cynthia; Salinas, Hernan. Orthopaedics Department, Clinical Hospital Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile.

    ROOM A2
    EVALUATION AND FOLLOW-UP RESULTS IN TRANSPLANT PSYCHIATRY AND PSYCHOSOMATICS
    Chairs: Frank Vitinius - Paula Zimbrean

    CO-40 Cognitive function in long-term survivors after heart transplantation.
    Bürker, Britta S. (1); Gude, Einar (2); Gullestad, Lars (1); Relbo Authen, Anne (2); Grov, Ingelin (2); Andreassen, Arne K. (2); Havik, Odd E. (3); Fiane, Arnt E. (1); Hebold Haraldsen, Ira R. (2); Malt, Ulrik F. (1); Andersson, Stein (4).
    (1) University of Oslo/Oslo University Hospital, Oslo, Norway; (2) Oslo University Hospital, Oslo, Norway; (3) University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway; (4) University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway.

    CO-132 Delirium after Lung Transplantation: Association with Recipient Characteristics, Hospital Resource Utilization, and Mortality.
    Sher, Yelizaveta; Maldonado, Jose; Mooney, Joshua; Dhillon, Gundeep; Lee, Roy. Stanford University, Stanford, United States

    CO-167 From life savior to not good enough…can the evaluation for living organ donation hurt a candidate’s mental health.
    Zimbrean, Paula. Yale University, New Haven, United States

    CO-247 Impact of age on memory and executive function in liver transplant recipients.
    Niazi, Shehzad; Ferman, Tanis; Keaveny, Andrew; Vasquez, Adriana; Mcbride, Jill; Schneekloth, Terry; Rummans, Teresa; Taner, C. Burcin. Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, United States.

    CO-282 Psychosocial evaluation before living donor kidney transplantation – results of a representative survey among the evaluators in Germany.
    Vitinius, Frank (1); De Zwaan, Martina (2); Erim, Yesim(3); Greif-Higer, Gertrud(4); Kröncke, Sylvia (5); Burgmer, Markus (6); Kunze, Sabine(7); Berth, Hendrik(7).
    (1) Uniklinik Köln, Cologne (Köln), Germany; (2) Medizin. Hochschule Hannover, Hannover, Germany; (3) Universitätsklinikum Erlangen, Erlangen, Germany; (4) Universitätsmedizin Mainz, Mainz, Germany; (5) Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf, Hamburg, Germany; (6) Universitätsklinikum Münster, Germany; (7) Universitätsklinikum Carl Gustav Carus an der Technischen Universität Dresden, Dresden, Germany.

    ROOM A3
    PERSISTENT SOMATIC SYMPTOMS – CURRENT CONCEPTS & RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE EURONET-SOMA GROUP
    CO-29 Bodily distress disorders as perceptual disorders.
    Henningsen, Peter. Technical University of Munich, Munich, Germany

    CO-52 Explaining somatic symptom disorder, bodily distress disorder, and functional somatic syndromes to clinicians and affected patients: EURONET-SOMA recommendations.
    Frostholm, Lisbeth (1); Ancane, Gunta (2); Bendix, Marie (3); Burton, Chris (4); Fink, Per (1); Gündel, Harald (5); Khohlova, Ksenya (6); Kohlmann, Sebastian (7); Lahmann, Claas (8); Rosmalen, Judith (9); Sattel, Heribert (10); Shedden-Mora, Meike (7); Weigel On Behalf On The Euronet-Soma Group, Angelica (7).
    (1) Aarhus University Hospital, aarhus, Denmark; (2) Riga Stradins University, Riga, Latvia; (3) Karolinska University Hospital Huddinge, Stockholm, Sweden; (4) University of Aberdeen, Stockholm, United Kingdom; (5) University of Ulm, Ulm, Germany; (6) Neuropsychiatric Hospital №7, , Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation; (7) University Medical Center HamburgEppendorf, Hamburg, Germany; (8)  Technische Universität Munich, Munich, Germany; (9) University Medical Center Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands; (10) Technische Universität München, Munich, Germany.

    CO-64 Core outcome domains for clinical trials on somatic symptom disorder, bodily distress disorder and functional syndromes: Euronet-SOMA recommendations.
    Martin, Alexandra (1); Rief, Winfried (2); Burton , Chris (3); Frostholm , Lisbeth (4); Henningsen, Peter (5); Kleinstäuber, Maria (2); Kop, Wijo (6); Löwe, Bernd (7); Malt , Ulrik  (8); Rosmalen, Judith  (9); Schröder , Andreas (4); Shedden-Mora , Meike (7); Toussaint , Anne (7); Van Der Feltz-Cornelis , Christina (6).
    (1) University of Wuppertal, Wuppertal, Germany; (2) University of Marburg, Marburg, Germany; (3) University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, United Kingdom; (4) Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark; (5) University Hospital Klinikum rechts der Isar, Munich, Germany; (6) Tilburg University, Tilburg, Netherlands; (7) University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Hamburg, Germany; (8) University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway; (9) University of Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands.

    CO-70 Somatoform Disorders and Somatic Symptom Disorder according to ICD-10 and DSM-5: Differences and overlaps in prevalence and psychopathology.
    Huesing, Paul; Toussaint, Anne; Loewe, Bernd. University Medical Center Hamburg Eppendorf, Hamburg, Germany

    CO-360 Somatoform disorders – the "bio-psycho-social model" always starts with biology.
    Enck, Paul; Mazurak, Nazar. University Hospital Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany

    ROOM A4
    COPING WITH MEDICAL ILLNESS: PROMOTING RESILIENCE IN PATIENTS AND CAREGIVERS
    Chair: Dr. Ken Schwartz - Dr. Marta Novak

    CO-44 An Affect Education C.A.R.E.R. Model for Long-Term Staff Caregivers Managing Behavioural and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia: A Feasibility Study.
    Schwartz, Ken; Madan, Robert; Sham, Rosalind; Gardner, Sandra. Baycrest, Toronto, Canada

    CO-95 Psychosocial supportive care needs in patients with rare chronic diseases.
    Depping, Miriam K. (1); Uhlenbusch, Natalie (1); Löwe, Bernd (2).
    (1) University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Hamburg, Germany; (2) University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf; Schön Klinik Hamburg Eilbek, Hamburg, Germany.

    CO-204 Compassion, Presence and Resilience Training (CPR-tTM) for Healthcare Providers:  Findings of Preliminary Qualitative Study.
    Elliott, Mary Elizabeth (1); Coleman, Mark (2); Nissim, Rinat (1).
    (1) Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, University Health Network, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada; (2) Spirit Rock Meditation Centre , San Francisco, United States

    CO-240 ACT-Matrix Groups Run by Nurses and Social Workers in Psychiatric Hospital Settings.
    Burian, Ronald (1); Hahn, Eric (2); Diefenbacher, Albert (1).
    (1) Ev. Krankenhaus "Königin Elisabeth Herzberge" Berlin, Berlin, Germany; (2) Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Berlin, Germany

    ROOM SUR 2+3+4
    SLEEP AS A BRIDGE BETWEEN SOMA AND PSYCHE IN MEDICALLY ILL PATIENTS: FROM SLEEP ARCHITECTURE TO COMPLEX TREATMENTS
    Chair: Dr. Jaan Reitav

    CO-163 Prevalence and Impact of Three Common Sleep Disorders among Cardiovascular Patients in a Stress Management Training Program.
    Reitav, Jaan. University Health Network, Toronto, Canada

    CO-174 Insomnia symptoms are associated with sleep architecture among kidney transplant recipients.
    Ronai Kovacs Istvanne, Katalin Z (1); Szentkiralyi, Andras (2); Lazar, Alpar S (3); Lazar, Zsolt I (4); Papp, Istvan (4); Gombos, Ferenc (5); Zoller, Rezso (1); Czira, Maria E (2); Lindner, Anett V (6); Mucsi, Istvan (7); Bodizs, Robert (1); Molnar, Miklos Z (8); Novak, Marta (7).
    (1) Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary; (2) University of Muenster, Muenster, Germany; (3) University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom; (4) Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania; (5) Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest, Hungary; (6) Interdisciplinary Pain Center, Erding, Germany; (7) University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada; (8) University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Tennessee, United States.

    CO-198 A Multimodal Approach to Treating Medical Patients with Insomnia and Evidence of Cycling Alternating Pattern (CAP) and/or Alpha Electroencephalography Pattern (alpha-EEG) in Polysomnographic (PSG) Sleep Studies : Strategies for Fibromyalgia Syndrome and Chronic Fatigue (FMS/CF). Diva Miri MD & Celeste. Thirlwell MD,FRCP.
    Thirlwell, Celeste (1); Reitav, Jaan (2); Novak, Marta (3); Miri, Diva (4).
    (1) Centre for Sleep and Chronobiology, Toronto, Canada; (2) Toronto Rehab University Health Network, Toronto, Canada; (3) University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada; (4) Sleep Wake Awareness Program, Toronto, Canada.
                                          
    CO-275 Associations among sleep problems, neuroendocrine and coagulation activity in patients admitted with acute coronary syndrome.
    Roland, Von Känel (1); Mary, Princip (2); Jean-Paul, Schmid (1); Jürgen, Barth (3); Hansjörg, Znoj (4); Ulrich, Schnyder (5); Rebecca E, Meister-Langraf (6).
    (1) Clinic Barmelweid, Barmelweid, Switzerland; (2) University Hospital Bern, Bern, Switzerland; (3) University of Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland; (4) University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland; (5) University Hospital Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland; (6) Clienia Schlössli AG, Oetwil am See, Switzerland.

    CO-300 Sleep disorders and clinical outcomes in medically ill patients: focus on chronic kidney disease.
    Novak Novak, Marta ; Bohra, Miqdad ; Mucsi, Istvan. University Health Network, Toronto, Canada

    ROOM SUR 9+10
    PSHYCHOMETRIC EVALUATION
    Chair: Robert Schouten

    CO-10 The Somatic Symptom Disorder Scale (SSD-12): Factorial structure, validity and population-based norms.
    Anne Kristin, Toussaint (1); Pascal, Jordan (1); Elmar, Brähler (2); Bernd, Löwe (1).

    (1) University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf & Schön Clinic Hamburg-Eilbek, Hamburg, Germany; (2) University Medical Center of the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Mainz, Germany.

    CO-34 Neutrophil count is associated with stress markers and with cell damage or inflammatory markers in patients with stable angina pectoris following stenting.
    Keresztes, Margit (1); Horváth, Tamás (1); Serfőző, Gyöngyi (1); Györkei, Ádám (2); Földesi, Imre (1); Forster, Tamás (1).
    (1) University of Szeged, Medical Faculty, Szeged, Hungary; (2) Biological Reearch Centre, Szeged, Hungary.

    CO-107 `Depressive symptoms in dialysis patients: an ethnic survival paradox?’
    Schouten, Robbert (1); Haverkamp, Gerlinde (1); Honig, Adriaan (1); Siegert, Carl (2); Dekker, Friedo (3).
    (1) OLVG hospital / Free University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands; (2) OLVG hospital, Amsterdam, Netherlands; (3) Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands.

    CO-128 Can Physical Symptoms predict Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in the Military.
    Graham, Kristin; Searle, Amelia; Van Hooff, Miranda; Lawrence-Wood, Ellie; Mcfarlane, Alexander
    . The University of adelaide, Adelaide, Australia

    CO-242 Systematic review of questionnaires measuring somatization in primary care.
    Sitnikova, Kate; Dijkstra-Kersten, Sandra; Mokkink, Lidwine; Terluin, Berend; Van Der Wouden, Johannes. VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, Netherlands

    CO-273 Chinese patients’ beliefs about medicines: a qualitative study in Jiangsu China.
    Nie, Bo (1); Chapman, Sarah (2); Wei, Li (1).
    (1) UCL School of Pharmacy, London, United Kingdom; (2) University of Bath, Bath, United Kingdom.
     11:00 - 12:45
    AUDITORIUM
    PLENARY SESSION 4

    Adverse early life experiences and dose-dependent prediction of physical health and disease in later life

    Prof. Waller

    The effect of stress hormones on human cognition
    Prof. Labad

    WINNER OF THE YOUNG INVESTIGATOR AWARD
    Depression and anxiety trajectories in heart disease: some symptoms are more equal than others.
    Jorge Palacios - Winner of the Young Investigator Award
    12:45 - 13:00 Poster Awards & Closing Ceremony  & PRESENTATION EAPM 2018 CONGRESS