Information - European Congress on Assertive Outreach

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Information - European Congress on Assertive Outreach
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Second European congress on assertive outreach and integrated outpatient mental health care
26th-28th of June 2013
AVILÉS, ASTURIAS, SPAIN
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WELCOME LETTER
26th June, 2013
The Board of the European Assertive Outreach Foundation
and the Local Organizing Committee are pleased to welcome
you to the Second European Outreach Congress!
Improving integration means both integration of services as
well as integration of patients in society. The first and inspiring European conference on assertive outreach showed that
much work needs to be done to improve the availability and
quality of outpatient care for severely mentally ill patients, especially with respect to integration.
Integration of services is important for patients with severe
mental illness, because these patients have complex needs.
Many patients also need assertive outreach services, since
they are difficult to engage into treatment. In order to prevent
fragmentation of services, the outreach services also need to
be integrated, Assertive outreach is one model to provide integrated services.
Integration of patients in society refers to patients participating
in education, social relationships, leisure activities and work.
This is problematic for many of our patients. By providing interventions that aim at improving integration in society, such
as housing first, supported employment and recovery groups,
we can stimulate integration in society. These interventions
can be integrated in an outpatient treatment model that also
provides assertive outreach.
During this Second European Assertive Outreach Congress
our objective is to bring together the knowledge about AO
and integration in Europe.
The broader aim of the conference is to bring together clinicians, researchers, policy makers, representatives from patient and family organisations to discuss ways to optimize
outpatient care for patients with severe mental illness.
The European Assertive Outreach Foundation creates a European network, by organizing international AO conferences
every two years. The EAOF stimulates research across different countries to investigate and compare models of AO, their
cost-effectiveness, and the development and implementation
of other evidence-based practices within the context of AO.
The EAOF will help ensure that the most vulnerable citizens in
our communities receive the highest possible quality of care.
Prof. Niels Mulder
Dr. Juan José Martínez Jambrina
Chairman of the EAOF
Chairman of the Local Organizing Committee
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INDEX
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iEvents application
Welcome letter
5 Honour Committee
6 Board of the European Assertive Outreach Foundation
7 Local Organizing Committee, Local Scientific Committee
8 International Scientific Committee
Scientific Programme
9 Wednesday, June 26th 2013
10 Thursday, June 27th 2013
19 Friday, June 28th 2013
List of abstracts submitted to the congress
24 Oral Abstracts
30 Poster Abstracts
Social Programme
Venue Information
37 Location of Venues
38 Niemeyer Centre, NH Palacio de Ferrera Hotel
Official Transports
Commercial exhibition layout
General Information
40 Conference Dates and Venue, Technical Secretariat, Important notice,
Presentation hand-in, Simultaneous Interpretation Service, Local Time
41 Registration to the Congress
42 Accommodation
43 Abstract Guidelines, Awards, Virtual poster exhibition area
44 Registration to workshops, Accreditation of Activities
45 Access Control, Certificates, Accreditation badges
Grid of Activities
Sponsors, Co-sponsorships, Collaborators
Organiser, Technical Secretariat
Information
COMMITTEES
Honour Committee
Honour Presidency
Their Royal Highnesses
Prince Felipe and Princess Letizia of Asturias
Honour Members
President of the Principality of Asturias
Javier Fernández Fernández
Minister of Health, Social Services and Equity of Spain
Ana Mato Adrover
Mayor of Avilés
Pilar Varela Díaz
Regional Minister of Health of the Principality of Asturias
Faustino Blanco González
Chancellor of the University of Oviedo
Vicente Gotor Santamaría
Director of San Agustín Hospital
Begoña Martínez Argüelles
President of the World Psychiatric Association (WPA)
Pedro Ruiz
President of the Latin American Psychiatric Association (APAL)
Enrique Camarena Robles
President of the World Association for Psychosocial Rehabilitation (WAPR)
Afzal Javed
President of the European Psychiatric Association (EPA)
Patrice Boyer
WHO Regional Advisor for Mental Health
Matthijs Muijen
President of the Spanish Neuropsychiatric Association (AEN)
Eudoxia Gay Pamos
President of the Spanish Federation for Psychosocial Rehabilitation (FEARP)
José J. Uriarte Uriarte
President of the Victimology Foundation Institute (FIVE)
Enrique Baca Baldomero
President of the Castilla del Pino Foundation
Celia Fernández Prieto
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Board of the European Assertive Outreach Foundation
Chairman
Prof. Dr. Niels Mulder
Secretary
Mrs. Margret Overdijk, MBA
Treasurer
Mr. Fred Koops, MBA
Special Member of the Board
Dr. Juan José Martínez Jambrina
Advisors of the Board
Mr. Michiel Bähler
Mr. Berno van Meijel
Mr. Rokus Loopik
Mr. Mike Firn
Prof. Dr. Torleif Ruud
Drs. Floor van Dijk
Mrs. Marjan ter Avest
Mr. Jan Berndsen
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Information
Local Organizing Committee
Local Scientific Committee
Chairman
President
Dr. Juan José Martínez Jambrina
Dr. Enrique Peñuelas Carnicero
Members
Members
Mrs. Rosa María Ajenjo Díaz
Mr. Pablo Alonso Villar
Dr. Luis Bastida Rivas
Dr. Mª Teresa Amboage Paz
Dr. Juan Antonio Bermúdez Rivera
Dr. Marifé Bravo Ortiz
Mrs. Cristina Casado González
Dr. José Enrique Burgueño Montañés
Dr. Alberto Durán Rivas
Dr. Antonio Ciruelos Gil
Dr. Ángel Roberto Fernández García
Dr. Jesús de la Higuera Romero
Dr. Ana Isabel González López
Dr. Rubén de Pedro Ullate
Dr. Ángeles Hevia Maroto
Mrs. Margarita Eguiagaray García
Dr. Laura Iglesias Fernández
Dr. Ovidio Fernández Alonso
Dr. Ana Esther Lada Rodríguez
Dr. Gema González López
Mr. Luis Lorenzo Miguel Reguera
Dr. Ricardo Guinea Roca
Dr. Joaquín Moreno Vela
Dr. Margarita Hernanz Manrique
Mrs. Cristina Pintado Miranda
Dr. Ignacio Lara Ruiz Granados
Dr. Eva Povedano Suárez
Dr. Tomás López Corominas
Mrs. Paz Rico Sainz de la Maza
Dr. José López Santiago
Dr. Secundino Sánchez Fernández
Dr. Silvestre Martínez Benítez
Dr. Javier Montejo Candosa
Dr. Antonio Núñez Pérez
Dr. Fermín Pérez Pérez
Dr. Ramón Ramos Ríos
Dr. Francisco Rodríguez Pulido
Mr. Daniel Pedro Rodríguez Vázquez
Mr. José María Sánchez Monge
Dr. José Juan Uriarte Uriarte
Dr. Martín Lorenzo Vargas Aragón
Dr. Marta Winter Navarro
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International Scientific Committee
Chairman
Prof. Dr. Niels Mulder
Members
Prof. Dr. Anke Bramesfeld
Prof. Dr. Tom Burns
Prof. Dr. Wendy Chow
Dr. Mike Firn
Dr. Afzal Javed
PhD. Hans Kroon
Prof. Dr. Samuel Law
Dr. Juan José Martínez Jambrina
Prof. Dr. Roberto Mezzina
Prof. Dr. Merete Nordentoft
Prof. Dr. Jim van Os
Prof. Dr. Guido Pieters
Prof. Dr. Stefan Priebe
Dr. Katarzyna Prot Klinger
Prof. Dr. Torleif Ruud
Prof. Dr. Hans Joachim Salize
Mrs. Cheri M. Sixbey
Dr. Sineke ten Horn
Prof. Dr. Francisco Torres González
Dr. Remmers van Veldhuizen
Prof. Johannes Wankata
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Wednesday
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME
Wednesday, June 26th 2013
Pre-congress activities:
Chair:
Dome
(Niemeyer Centre)
Prof. Dr. Niels Mulder
Professor and Psychiatrist. BavoEuropoort/Parnassia and Department of Psychiatry. Erasmus
Medical Centre. Rotterdam. The Netherlands. Chairman of the EAOF.
3.00 – 3.30 pm
Dome
(Niemeyer Centre)
Plenary Presentation: Using Research to Refine AO.
Uso de la investigación para perfeccionar el TAC.
Prof. Dr. Tom Burns
Professor of Social Psychiatry. Department of Psychiatry.University of Oxford. United Kingdom.
3. 30 – 4.00 pm
Dome
(Niemeyer Centre)
Plenary Presentation: Benefits/ limitations of certification of ACT and FACT.
Beneficios/ limitaciones de la certificación del TAC y del FACT.
Dr. Remmers van Veldhuizen
Psychiatrist. Chairman CCAF. Groningen. The Netherlands.
4.00 – 4.30 pm
Pause
4.30 – 5.00 pm
Dome
(Niemeyer Centre)
Plenary Presentation: Effects of AO in Avilés.
Resultados del TAC en Avilés.
Dr. Juan José Martínez Jambrina
Psychiatrist. Director of the Mental Health Services of Avilés. Asturias. Spain. Special member
of the Board.
5.00 – 5.30 pm
Dome
(Niemeyer Centre)
Plenary Presentation: Working on model fidelity.
Trabajando en un modelo de fidelidad.
Prof. Dr. Gregory Teague
Associate Professor. Department of Mental Health Policies. University of South Florida. USA.
5.30 – 6.00 pm
Dome
(Niemeyer Centre)
Discussion on the importance (or not) of model fidelity.
Debate sobre la importancia (o no) de un modelo de fidelidad.
6.00 – 6.30 pm
Dome
(Niemeyer Centre)
Guest Lecture: Fiction as therapy.
La ficción como terapia.
Mrs. Elvira Lindo Garrido
Journalist and fiction writer. Collaborator of the newspaper El País. Madrid- New York.
6.30– 7.30 pm
Dome
(Niemeyer Centre)
Welcome Appetizer.
Vino de Honor.
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Thursday, June 27th 2013
08.30 – 9.00 am
Auditorium
Chairs:
Auditorium
Opening and Welcome
Inauguración y Recepción de Bienvenida
Dr. Juan José Martínez Jambrina
Psychiatrist. Director of the Mental Health Services of Avilés. Asturias. Spain. Special member
of the Board.
Prof. Dr. Niels Mulder
Professor and Psychiatrist. BavoEuropoort/Parnassia and Department of Psychiatry. Erasmus
Medical Centre. Rotterdam. The Netherlands. Chairman of the EAOF.
Plenary Session 1
Prof. Dr. Niels Mulder
Professor and Psychiatrist. BavoEuropoort/Parnassia and Department of Psychiatry. Erasmus
Medical Centre. Rotterdam. The Netherlands. Chairman of the EAOF.
Dr. Juan José Martínez Jambrina
Psychiatrist. Director of the Mental Health Services of Avilés. Asturias. Spain. Special member
of the Board.
09.00 – 09.30 am
Auditorium
Plenary Presentation: The importance of integrated outpatient services.
La importancia de la integración de los cuidados comunitarios.
Prof. Dr. Francisco Torres González
Professor of Psychiatry. Senior Researcher of CIBERSAM-University of Granada. President of
MARISTAN Network. Spain.
09.30 – 10.00 am
Auditorium
Plenary Presentation: Integration of addiction services in AO.
La integración de los servicios de tratamiento de las adicciones en el TAC.
Patrick Boyle, LISW-S, LICDC-CS
Director of Implementation Services. Center for Evidence Based Practices. Case Western
Reserve University. USA.
10.00 – 10.30 am
Pause
10.30 – 11.00 am
Auditorium
Plenary Presentation: Treatment of refractory schizophrenia.
Tratamiento de la esquizofrenia refractaria.
Dr. José Mª Villagrán Moreno
Psychiatrist. Head of the Hospitalization Unit. Hospital of Jerez de la Frontera. Cádiz. Spain.
11.00 – 11.30 am
Auditorium
Plenary Presentation: Housing First: Ending Homelessness, Supporting Recovery and
Community Integration.
Primero la vivienda: acabando con el problema de la falta de hogar, apoyando la
recuperación y la integración comunitaria.
Prof. Sam Tsemberis
Founder and CEO of Pathways to Housing. New York. United States.
11.30 am – 1.00 pm
Activities Session 1
Speakers:
Auditorium
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Short Opening
Breve Apertura
S: Integration of two AO models.
La integración de dos modelos asertivos comunitarios.
Mr. Michiel Bähler
Psychologist and advisor. Department of Community Psychiatry GGZ Noord-Holland-Noord.
The Netherlands.
Mrs. Cathrien Hoff
Psychiatrist. FACT Team Alkmaar. GGZ Noord-Holland-Noord. The Netherlands.
Mrs. Katinka Kerssens
Manager. FACT team GGZ Noord-Holland-Noord. The Netherlands.
Mrs. Johanna Norén
Team leader. IPACT Gothenburg. Sweden.
Thursday
Mrs. Gunilla Ljungberg Andersson
Psychiatrist. IPACT team. Gothenburg. Sweden.
Speakers:
Room 1
Speakers:
Room 2
Chair:
Speakers:
Cinema Room
S: Integrated recovery in Early Psychosis treatment. Getting the basics right: the challenge of
housing and healthcare.
Recuperación integrada en el tratamiento temprano de la psicosis. Estableciendo bien las
bases: el reto de los cuidados sanitarios y la vivienda.
Mrs. Bettina Jacobsen
Psychiatrist ACT team Early Intervention. Pro Persona Nijmegen. The Netherlands.
Mrs. Marguerite Elfrink
Psychologist and programme-manager Psychosis. Pro Persona Nijmegen. The Netherlands.
S: Legislation and practice of involuntary outpatient care in different countries of Europe.
Legislación y práctica de cuidados al paciente externo involuntarios en diferentes países de
Europa.
Dr. Remmers van Veldhuizen
Psychiatrist. Chairman CCAF. Gronigen. The Netherlands.
Prof. Dr. Tom Burns
Professor of Social Psychiatry. Department of Psychiatry. University of Oxford. United
Kingdom.
Mr. Olav Nyttingnes
Cand. Psychol. at the Mental Health Unit Akershus University Hospital. Norway.
S: ACT Experiences in patients with borderline personality disorder.
Experiencias del TAC en pacientes con trastorno límite de personalidad.
Dr. Francesc Arrufat Nevot
Psychiatrist. Consorcio Hospitalario Vic (Hospital Consortium of Vic). Spain.
Borderline personality disorder from attachment theory.
Trastorno límite de personalidad desde la Teoría del Apego.
Dr. Juan Moro Abascal
Psychiatrist. Private practice. Bilbao. Spain.
ACT in a semirural Catalonian region.
TAC en la región semirural de Cataluña.
Mrs. Judith Pons
Mental Health nurse. Consorcio Hospitalario Vic (Hospital Consortium of Vic). Spain.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy in borderline personality disorders.
Terapia Dialéctica Conductual en trastornos límites de personalidad.
Dr. Gretel González
Psychiatry Resident. Consorcio Hospitalario Vic (Hospital Consortium of Vic). Spain.
Some clinical experiences.
Algunas experiencias clínicas.
Dr. María José Álvarez Pérez
Psychiatrist. Consorcio Hospitalario Vic (Hospital Consortium of Vic). Spain.
Speakers:
Club Room
Speakers:
Invernadero
(NH Ferrera Hotel)
S: Recovery and peers in MH. The perspective of expertise.
Recovery y apoyo grupal en salud mental. La perspectiva de la experiencia.
Mr. Tomás López Corominas
TV Producer. Hierbabuena Association (Mental Health Association). Asturias. Spain.
Mr. Vicente Rubio
Filmmaker - AFEPVI (Mental Health Asociation) Villena. Alicante. Spain.
Mr. Raúl Velasco Sánchez
Writer. Radio Professional. Radio Nikosía. Barcelona. Spain.
Mrs. Paula Tomé
Philologist. Author of the blog “Esquizoqué”.Prometea Association. A Coruña. Spain.
S: FACTS about AO.
Nociones sobre el TAC flexible (FACTS).
Anne Nugter, PhD
Head of Department of Research and Monitoring, Mental Health Service Organisation "GGZ
Noord-Holland-Noord". Heiloo. The Netherlands.
Michiel Bähler, MSc
Psychologist and advisor of Community Mental Health. Mental Health Service Organisation.
“GGZ Noord-Holland-Noord”. Heiloo. The Netherlands.
Fabiana Engelsbel, MSc
Researcher. Department of Research and Monitoring. Mental Health Service Organisation
“GGZ Noord-Holland-Noord”. Heiloo. The Netherlands.
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René Keet, PhD
Psychiatrist. Director of the Department of Community Mental Health. Mental Health Service
Organisation “GGZ Noord-Holland-Noord”. Heiloo. The Netherlands.
Speakers:
Principado A
(NH Ferrera Hotel)
Speakers:
Principado B
(NH Ferrera Hotel)
S: Shared caseload, shared goals, shared interventions? How to integrate the multiple disciplines
in a Flexible ACT team.
¿Casos, objetivos e intervenciones compartidas? Como integrar las diferentes disciplinas en
el equipo de TAC flexible.
Mrs. Helga Smidtman
Psychologist. GGZ Noord Holland Noord. The Netherlands.
Mrs. Cathrien Hoff
Psychiatrist. GGZ Noord Holland Noord. The Netherlands.
Mr. Robert Lakeman
Community Psychiatry Nurse. GGZ Noord Holland Noord. The Netherlands.
Mrs. Ellen Otto
IPS Specialist. GGZ Noord Holland Noord. The Netherlands.
Speakers:
Principado C
(NH Ferrera Hotel)
S: Involuntary outpatient treatment for persons with severe mental illness: results in the city of
Valencia (Spain) and the views of the people involved.
Tratamientos involuntarios a pacientes externos con trastorno mental grave: resultados en la
ciudad de Valencia (España) y las opiniones de las personas participantes.
Dr. Carlos Cañete Nicolás.
Psychiatrist. University Hospital of Valencia. Spain.
Dr. Miguel Hernández Viadel.
Psychiatrist. Specialist in Legal Psychiatry. University Hospital of Valencia. Spain.
Dr. Guillem Lera i Calatayud.
Psychiatrist. Director of training and research in Psychiatry. University Hospital of Ribera.
Alzira. Spain.
1.00 – 2.00 pm
Work Lunch
2.00 – 3.30 pm
Activities Session 2
Speakers:
Auditorium
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S: The Vessel of the Crazy. Brush-Strokes of a Community Psychiatric.
La nave de los locos. Pinceladas de un psiquiátrico comunitario.
Dr. Asunción de Concepción Salesa
Medical Director- Manager of the Psychiatric Hospital Román Alberca. Murcia. Spain.
Mrs. Concepción Díaz Sánchez
Clinical Psychologist. Coordinator of the Psychiatric Day Hospital Program. Hospital Román
Alberca. Murcia. Spain.
Mrs. Maríafé Lozano Semitiel
Clinical Psychologist. Coordinator of the Therapeutical Houses. Hospital Román Alberca.
Murcia.Spain.
Dr. Silvestre Martínez Benítez
Psychiatrist. Head of Murcia ACT team. Hospital Román Alberca. Murcia. Spain.
Dr. José Martínez Serrano
Psychiatrist. Head of the Short Stay Unit. Hospital Román Alberca. Murcia. Spain.
W: Better Care for European Patients Wandering across Borders.
Mejores cuidados para los pacientes europeos errantes transfronterizos.
Jolien Scholvinck, MD
MD. Rehab-bemoeizorg. Mentrum. Amsterdam. The Netherlands.
Thomas Kok, MD
MD. Rehab-bemoeizorg. Mentrum. Amsterdam. The Netherlands.
Mrs. Ruth Sparreboom
Social Psychiatric Nurse. Rehab-bemoeizorg. Mentrum. Amsterdam. The Netherlands.
Bas van Empel
Social Psychiatric Nurse. Mentrum. Amsterdam. The Netherlands.
Manish van der Wetering
Social Psychiatric Nurse. Mentrum. Amsterdam. The Netherlands.
Ernestine Nysingh
Psychiatric Nurse. Mentrum. Amsterdam. The Netherlands.
Pascalle Bekering
Social Psychiatric Nurse in training. Mentrum. Amsterdam. The Netherlands.
Thursday
Speakers:
Room 1
Chair:
Room 2
Speakers:
W: An overview of the FACT model, the philosophy and daily practice discussed.
Resumen del modelo FACT: debate sobre la filosofía y la práctica cotidiana a debate.
Mr. Michiel Bähler
Psychologist and advisor. Department of Community Psychiatry GGZ Noord-Holland-Noord.
The Netherlands.
Mr. Remmers van Veldhuizen
Psychiatrist. Chairman CCAF. Groningen. The Netherlands.
S: ACT-Models and Hometreatment in Germany.
Modelos TAC y tratamiento en casa en Alemania.
Staying at home in Germany. ACT / HT models und what makes them grow (up).
Permanecer en el domicilio en Alemania. Modelos de TAC/Tratamientos domiciliarios y qué
hace que progresen.
Martin Kleinschmidt
Researcher. Probiodrug AG. Germany.
ACT with a Trialogical Approach: The NWpG in Berlin.
TAC con una perspective trialógica: la NWpG en Berlin.
Jenny Hüge
Psychologist at NiG-Pinel. Berlin. Germany.
Maja Prokrant
Psychologist at NiG-Pinel. Berlin. Germany.
Psychiatry to go.
Psiquiatría para llevar.
Matthias Heißler
Psychiatrist. Head of the Psychiatric Unit. Johanniter-krankenhaus. Geesthacht. Germany.
Robin Boerma
Social Worker at Johanniter Hospital Geesthacht. Hamburg. Germany.
Cultural factors on influence on the utilization of HT / ATC by immigrant patients.
Factores culturales que influencian el uso de TM /TAC en pacientes inmigrantes.
Iris Tatjana Graef Calliess
Psychiatrist, Head of the Zentrum Transkulturelle Psychiatrie & Psychotherapie at Klinikum
Wahrendorff. Hannover. Germany.
How to start. Expanding a traditional day clinic into a Hometreatment setting.
Cómo empezar. Ampliar una clínica de día tradicional al tratamiento domiciliario.
Hans Hilgenfeld
Psychiatrist at St.Joseph-Krankenhaus, Berlin Weißensee. Germany.
Multiprofessional initiative in Berlin/Brandenburg to improve the psychiatric and
psychotherapeutic treatment.
Initiativa multiprofesional en Berlin/Brandenburgo para mejorar el tratamiento ambulatorio
psiquiátrico y psicoterapéutico.
Alicia Navarro Urena
Psychiatrist in Private Practice, managing board of VPsG. Berlin. Germany.
Chair:
Speakers:
Cinema Room
S: Users and their relatives at the Assertive Community Treatment and the reforms in the safety
measures with the new reform of the Spanish Penal Code.
Los familiares y usuarios ante el tratamiento asertivo comunitario y las reformas de las
medidas de seguridad con la nueva reforma del código penal.
Daniel P. Rodríguez Vázquez President of AFESA-FEAFES Asturias. Spain.
Assertive Community Treatment for AFESA-FEAFES Asturias.
El tratamiento Asertivo Comunitario para AFESA-FEAFES Asturias.
Daniel. P Rodríguez Vázquez President of AFESA-FEAFES Asturias. Spain.
Families and users at the Avilés Model.
Las familias y los usuarios ante el modelo Avilés.
Gonzalo Palomino Lumbreras
President of AFESA- FEAFES Avilés. Asturias. Spain.
Safety Measures in the Draft Bill of the Spanish Penal Code Reform.
Las medidas de seguridad en el Anteproyecto de Reforma del Código Penal.
José Luis Gutiérrez Calles
Manager of FEAFES.
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Speakers:
Invernadero
(NH Ferrera Hotel)
Speaker:
Principado A
(NH Ferrera Hotel)
Speakers:
Principado C
(NH Ferrera Hotel)
Speaker:
Club Room
Speaker:
Principado B
(NH Ferrera Hotel)
W: Implementation of Illness Management and Recovery (IMR), results of a pilot study.
Implementación del Manejo de la Enfermedad y la Recuperación (IMR), resultados de un
estudio piloto.
Bert-Jan Roosenschoon
Psychologist and Senior Researcher. Parnassia Groep. Den Haag/Rotterdam.The Netherlands.
W: Where do the beds go?
¿A dónde van las camas?
Mr. Matthias Heissler
Psychiatrist and Medical Head. Johanniter Hospital. Geesthacht. Germany.
Mr. Robin Boerma
Social worker. Johanniter Hospital. Geesthacht. Germany.
S: Forensic ACT (ForACT): Forensic psychiatric outpatient care and the cooperation with FACT
teams: the best of two.
TAC Forense (ForACT): Atención extrahospitalaria psiquiátrica forense y cooperación con
ETACs: lo mejor de ambos.
Diana Polhuis, MSc
Nurse practitioner in mental health care, forensic department GGZ Noord-Holland-Noord. The
Netherlands.
W: AO for people with a mild intellectual disability.
TA para personas con minusvalía intelectual leve.
David Eskes
Project leader. Forensic ACT team. Trajectum. The Netherlands.
3.30 – 4.00 pm
Pause
4.00 – 5.00 pm
Activities Session 3
Speakers:
Auditorium
Moderator:
Room 1
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S: Integrated vs. functional models in responding to severe and persistent mental illness in the
community: a cross-country comparison.
Modelos integrados frente a modelos funcionales al responder al trastorno mental persistente
y severo en la comunidad: una comparación a través del país.
Prof. Roberto Mezzina
Director WHO. Collaborating Centre of Trieste MH. Trieste. Italy.
Prof. Alan Rosen
Brain & Mind Research institute. University of Sydney & School of Public Health. University of
Wollongong. Australia.
S: Is the networking community model possible for recovery? The model of Tenerife.
¿Es posible el modeIo comunitario de red de redes para la recuperación? El modelo de
Tenerife.
Prof. Dr. Francisco Rodríguez Pulido
Psychiatrist. Professor at University of La Laguna. Tenerife. Canary Islands. Spain.
Mrs. Natalia González Brito
Mental Health nurse. Health Canary Service.
Mrs. Ángeles Rodríguez García
Mental Health nurse. Health Canary Service.
Dr. Manuel Ángel Franco Martín
Head of the Psychiatry Service. Health Complex Regional Hospital of Zamora. Spain.
OP: Oral Presentations I. CO I
Dr. Martín Lorenzo Vargas Aragón
Psychiatrist. Servicio de Psiquiatría. Complejo Asistencial de Segovia (Hospital Complex of
Segovia). Segovia. Spain.
Thursday
Speakers:
Room 2
Speakers:
Cinema Room
Speaker:
Club Room
Speakers:
Invernadero
(NH Ferrera Hotel)
Speakers:
Principado A
(NH Ferrera Hotel)
Speakers:
Principado B
(NH Ferrera Hotel)
W: Moving from inpatient mental health care towards community mental health care and AO
as an organization: problems, challenges, results and benefits.
De cuidados al paciente mental hospitalizado hacia cuidados comunitarios y tratamiento
asertivo como organización: problemas, retos, resultados y beneficios.
Drs. Marijke van Putten
CEO and Psychiatrist. Mental Health Centre GGZ Noord-Holland-Noord. Alkmaar. The
Netherlands.
Drs. Margret Overdijk, MBA
Division director at Pro Persona GGZ in Arnhem. The Netherlands. EAOF Secretary.
W: A clinical treatment can still be an intermezzo instead of a permanent institution.
Un tratamiento clínico puede ser un interludio en lugar de una institución permanente.
Jeanette de Grand
Acute ward and Intensive Treatment for clients with SMI. GGZ- Noord-Holland-Noord. The
Netherlands.
Irene de Paepe
Nursing Specialist. GGZ- Noord-Holland-Noord Heiloo. The Netherlands.
Henk Hut
Acute ward, Dual Disorder and Intensive Treatment for clients with SMI. GGZ Noord-HollandNoord. The Netherlands.
W: High & Intensive Care (HIC). If it doesn’t work @ Home.ç
Cuidados intensivos (HIC). Si no funcionan en casa.
Mr. Niels Bouwhuis
Member of the team project High and Intensive Care. Tilburg/Breda area. The Netherlands.
W: Family Motivational Intervention, a training in motivational interviewing for carers to
support reduction of drug use in patients with severe mental illness.
Intervención emocional de la familia, formación en entrevistas emocionales para cuidadores
para ayudar a reducir el uso de medicamentos en pacientes con trastorno mental grave.
René Keet, PhD
Psychiatrist. Medical director of the Community Mental Health Service. North Holland North.
The Netherlands.
Robert Lakeman
Psychiatric Nurse. FACT team Alkmaar. The Netherlands.
S: Key elements to successfully implement an ACT team: the experience of Ferrol.
Elementos clave para implementar con éxito un ETAC: la experiencia de Ferrol.
Dr. Alberto Durán Rivas
Psychiatrist. Ferrol ACT team. Spain.
Mrs. Paz Rico Sainz de la Maza
Nurse. Ferrol ACT team. Spain.
Mrs. Ángeles Pérez Barcia
Nursing assistant. Ferrol ACT team. Spain.
Dr. Antonio Núñez Pérez
Psychiatrist. Head of Ferrol Mental Health Area. A Coruña. Galicia. Spain.
Dr. Iria Fernández Baz
Psychiatry Resident. Ferrol Health District. Spain.
W: The hospitality ward: a new vision on admission.
El área hospitalaria: una nueva visión sobre las admisiones.
Mrs. Dorothe Ernste
Clinical psychologist and psychotherapist. Manager of the Center for Intensive Youth Psychiatry of The Jutters. The Hague. The Netherlands.
Mrs. Ilone Kleijberg
Manager of the Center for Intensive Youth Psychiatry of The Jutters. The Hague. The
Netherlands.
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Chair:
Speakers:
Principado C
(NH Ferrera Hotel)
S: Labor integration of the severe mentally ill patient: protected employment and supporting
employment. Experiences in Asturias.
La inserción laboral del enfermo mental grave: el empleo protegido y el empleo con apoyo.
Experiencias en Asturias.
Mr. José Enrique Burgueño Montañés
Clinical Psychologist. Psychosocial Rehab Unit. Day Clinic. Avilés. Asturias. Spain.
Labor Orientation and Integration Service of AFESA-FEAFES ASTURIAS.
El Servicio de Orientación e Inserción Laboral de AFESA-FEAFES Asturias.
Mrs. Margarita Tamargo Llana
Psychologist. Coordinator of the Labor Orientation and Integration Service of the Association
of Family and People with Mental Illnesses. AFESA-FEAFES ASTURIAS. Langreo. Asturias.
Spain.
Asturdía, forging the future. 18 years on the scene.
Asturdía, labrando futuro. 18 años después.
Mr. José Javier Villa García
Clinical Psychologist. Consultant at the Cooperative Asturdía. Asturias. Spain.
Gardening Service of the Principado (county Government) SL, Center for Special Employment
(SERJARPRI SL CEE). More than a decade of Training and Employment.
Servicios de Jardinería del Principado SL, Centro Especial de Empleo (SERJARPRI SL CEE). Más
de una década de Formación y Empleo.
Mr. Juan Peña Concepción
Gardening Service of the Principado de Asturias. Spain. Studies Coordinator of the Miraflores
Centre. Noreña. Asturias. Spain.
5.00 – 6.00 pm
Activities Session 4
Moderator:
Room 1
OP: Oral Presentations II. CO II
Dr. Iván Ruiz Ibáñez
Psychiatrist. Margen Izquierda ACT team. Bilbao. Basque Country. Spain.
Chair:
Speakers:
Auditorium
Speaker:
Room 2
PPT
Speakers:
Cinema Room
Speaker:
Club Room
Speakers:
Invernadero
(NH Ferrera Hotel)
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S: The maintenance of ordinary employment for people with severe mental illness.
El mantenimiento del empleo ordinario en las personas con trastorno mental grave.
Prof. Dr. Francisco Rodríguez Pulido
Psychiatrist. Professor at University of La Laguna. Tenerife. Canary Islands. Spain.
Mrs. Nayra Caballero
Psychologist. President of the Canary Association of Creative Therapies (ASCATEC).
Prof. Dr. Francisco Rodríguez Pulido
Psychiatrist. Professor at University of La Laguna. Tenerife. Canary Islands. Spain.
W: Pharmacological treatment of refractory schizophrenia.
Tratamiento farmacológico de la esquizofrenia refractaria.
Dr. José Mª Villagrán Moreno
Psychiatrist. Head of the Hospitalization Unit. Hospital of Jerez de la Frontera. Cádiz. Spain.
W: Physical health programs implemented in the ACT program of the Mental Health network
of Álava.
Programas de salud física implementados en el programa TAC de la red de Salud Mental
de Álava.
Dr. Margarita Mª Hernanz Manrique
Psychiatrist. Community Rehabilitation Service of the Álava Mental Health Network. Vitoria.
Basque Country. Spain.
Mrs. Marixa Larreina Cerain
Mental Health nurse. Community Rehabilitation Service of the Álava Mental Health Network.
Vitoria. Basque Country. Spain.
W: Integrating criminals back into "good life". Forensic AO in the Netherlands.
Reintegrando a criminales a la “vida buena”. Tratamiento asertivo forense en los Países Bajos.
Dr. Jasper van Marle
Psychiatrist. Treatment Coordinator. Division Forensic Psychiatry. Outpatientclinic AFPN.
Forensic ACT Team. Assen. The Netherlands.
W: 12 ways to resolve a crisis.
12 maneras de solucionar una crisis.
Mrs. Jeanette de Grand
Acute ward and Intensive Treatment for client with SMI. GGZ Noord-Holland-Noord. The
Netherlands.
Thursday
Mr. Henk Hut
Acute ward, Dual Disorder and Intensive Treatment for clients with SMI. GGZ Noord-HollandNoord. The Netherlands.
Dr. Cathrien Hoff
Psychiatrist. FACT Team Alkmaar. GGZ Noord-Holland-Noord. The Netherlands.
Speakers:
Principado A
(NH Ferrera Hotel)
W: Clinical and Ethical Considerations in the Covert Administration of medication in ACT: a
Case of Boundary Expansion.
Consideraciones clínicas y éticas en la administración subrepticia de la medicación en el
TAC: un caso de expansión de límites.
Prof. Dr. Lorne Tugg
Medical Director of the St. Michael's Hospital Community Mental Health Service. Toronto.
Canada.
Dr. Samuel Law
Psychiatrist on the Contact Mental Health Outreach Service, St. Michael's Hospital Toronto.
Canada.
Speakers:
Principado B
(NH Ferrera Hotel)
W: Smoking cessation, is it worth it?
Dejar de fumar, ¿merece la pena?
Mr. Ronald van Gool
Mental Health Nurse Specialist. GGZ inGeest Institute of Mental Health. Amsterdam. FACT
Haarlem. The Netherlands.
Dr. Jorge Moctezuma
Psychiatrist. GGZ-Delfland Institute of Mental Health. Delft. The Netherlands.
Speakers:
Principado C
(NH Ferrera Hotel)
PPT
W: Starting up a Community Assertive Treatment team.
Poniendo en marcha un equipo de TAC.
Dr. Juan José Martínez Jambrina
Psychiatrist. Director of the Mental Health Services of Avilés. Asturias. Spain. EAOF Advisor.
Dr. Ignacio Lara Granados
Psychiatrist. Hospital of Jerez de la Frontera. Cádiz. Spain.
Mrs. Cristina Pintado Miranda
Nurse Specialist. Hospital of St. Agustín. Avilés. Asturias. Spain.
6.00 – 7.00 pm
Activities Session 5
Chair:
Speakers:
Principado A
(NH Ferrera Hotel)
Speakers:
Auditorium
Moderator:
Room 1
Speakers:
Room 2
S: Transcultural concepts applied to ACT in multicultural settings.
Dr. Luis Bastida Ribas
Psychiatrist. Oviedo ACT team. Spain.
Prof. Dr. Samuel F. Law
Psychiatrist at St. Michael’s Hospital and Associate Staff Psychiatrist at Mount Sinai Hospital
in Toronto. Canada.
Prof. Dr. Wendy Chow
Department of Psychiatry. University of Toronto. Programme Manager. Mount Sinai Hospital.
Canada.
Dr. Maria del Mar Valls i Botet
Psychiatrist. Hospital Vall d´Hebron. Barcelona. Spain. Visiting Fellow at Mount Sinai ACT
Team. Toronto.
W: The Role of Relatives and Caregivers in ACT.
El papel de familiares y cuidadores en TAC.
Prof. Dr. K. Pravin Israel
Senior researcher and Associate professor. Akershus University Hospital, Research &
Development. Lørenskog. Norway.
Dr. Bente Weimand
Mental health nurse, PhD., Researcher. Akershus University Hospital, Research & Development.
Lørenskog. Norway.
OP: Oral Presentations III. CO III
Mrs. Noelia Aller Gómez
Trainee Psychiatrist. San Agustín Hospital. Avilés. Asturias. Spain.
W: Experiences with DACTS & FACTS-audits.
Experiencias con auditorías DACTS y FACTS.
Mr. Bert-Jan Roosenschoon
Psychologist and Senior researcher. Parnassia Groep. Den Haag/ Rotterdam.The Netherlands.
Mr. Michiel Bähler
Psychologist and Advisor. Department of Community Psychiatry GGZ Noord-Holland-Noord.
The Netherlands.
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Speaker:
Cinema Room
W: AO for Severe Mentally Ill Patients: Common Factors for Regional Variation.
Tratamiento asertivo para los pacientes con trastorno mental grave: factores comunes para
variaciones regionales.
Prof. Dr. Philippe Delespaul
Clinical Psychologist. Psycope - Mondriaan - Maastricht University. The Netherlands.
Speaker:
Club Room
W: Intensive Outreach: two effective models to integrate treatment and enhance community safety.
Tratamiento intensivo: dos modelos efectivos para el tratamiento integrado y mejorar la
seguridad comunitaria.
Ms. Richelle Nordeen
Sound Mental Health. Washington. United States of America.
Speakers:
Invernadero
(NH Ferrera Hotel)
Speaker:
Principado B
(NH Ferrera Hotel)
Speakers:
Principado C
(NH Ferrera Hotel)
PPT
W: Leary’s Rose, a theoretical framework with practical Implications to work together with
clients, family and all people around them.
La Rosa de Leary, un marco de trabajo teórico con implicaciones prácticas para trabajar
junto con el cliente, familiares y personas que les rodean.
Dr. Bettina Jacobsen
Psychiatrist ACT team Early Intervention. Pro Persona Nijmegen. The Netherlands.
W: Shared decision making and severe mental disorder.
Toma de decisiones compartidas y trastorno mental grave.
Dr. José Mª Villagrán Moreno
Psychiatrist. Head of the Hospitalization Unit. Hospital of Jerez de la Frontera. Cádiz. Spain.
Dr. Ignacio Lara Granados
Psychiatrist. Hospital of Jerez de la Frontera. Cádiz. Spain.
7.30 – 8.30 pm
Theater Group Performance by the Nova ensemble1.
(amateur group directed by Red Cross volunteers from Avilés and made up only of patients).
For more information, please see page 36 (Social Programme).
9.00 pm
Conference Cocktail
For more information, please see page 36 (Social Programme).
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W: Dealing with Basic Instincts.
Lidiando con los instintos básicos.
Dr. Harry Gras
Teamcoach. Forensic ACT Team. Department of Psychiatry and Addiction. Altrecht. Utrecht.
The Netherlands.
Dr. Floor van Dijk
Psychiatrist. Director. Forensic Department Aventurijn Altrecht. Utrecht. The Netherlands.
English subtitles provided.
Friday
Friday, June 28th 2013
Chairs:
Auditorium
Plenary Session 2
Prof. Dr. Niels Mulder
Professor and Psychiatrist. BavoEuropoort/Parnassia and Department of Psychiatry. Erasmus
Medical Centre. Rotterdam. The Netherlands. Chairman of the EAOF.
Dr. Juan José Martínez Jambrina
Psychiatrist. Director of the Mental Health Services of Avilés. Asturias. Spain. Special member
of the Board.
08.30 – 08.45 am
Auditorium
Plenary Presentation: Integrated AO in Europe: a consensus-based model.
Tratamiento asertivo integrado en Europa: un modelo basado en el consenso.
Prof. Dr. Niels Mulder
Professor and Psychiatrist. BavoEuropoort/Parnassia and Department of Psychiatry. Erasmus
Medical Centre. Rotterdam. The Netherlands. Chairman of the EAOF.
08.45 – 9.00 am
Plenary Presentation: Preliminary results from the evaluation of the first 12 ACT-teams in
Norway.
Resultados preliminares de la evaluación de los 12 equipos de TAC pioneros en Noruega.
Prof. Dr. Torleif Ruud
Head at R&D Mental Health Services. Akershus University Hospital. University of Oslo. Norway.
Auditorium
09.00 – 09.30 am
Auditorium
Plenary Presentation: Working on recovery in the context of AO.
Trabajando el recovery en el contexto del TAC.
Prof. Marianne Farkas
Clinical Professor. Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation. Boston University. United States.
09.30 – 12.00 am
Satellite Symposium: New mobile mental health teams in Belgium –
formation programme based on expertise in other countries.
Nuevos equipos de salud mental móviles en Bélgica - programa de formación basado en
la experiencia en otros países.
09.30 – 10.00 am
Presentation of the formation programme for the new mobile mental health teams in Belgium
and the context (Belgian mental health care reform).
Presentación del programa de formación para los nuevos equipos de salud mental móviles
en Bélgica y su contexto (la reforma de la salud mental belga).
Mr. Bart Schepers
Psychologist, coordinator of the Belgian Formation Programme PSY-107. Belgian Federal
Ministry of Health.
Mr. Patrick Van der Jeugt
Psychologist, responsible for the content, organisation and coordination of the formation
programme for Belgian mobile teams. Belgian Federal Ministry of Health.
Speakers:
Auditorium
10.00 – 10.30 am
Speakers:
Auditorium
Presentation of the first results of the formation programme for the new mobile mental health
teams in Belgium.
Presentación de los primeros resultados del programa de formación para los nuevos equipos
móviles de salud mental en Bélgica.
Web page Belgian formation programme for mobile team.
Página web del programa de formación belga para equipos móviles.
Mr. Patrick Van der Jeugt
Psychologist, responsible for the content, organisation and coordination of the formation
programme for Belgian mobile teams.
Comments on feedback application for Belgian mobile teams.
Comentarios en la aplicación de retroalimentación en los equipos móviles belgas.
Prof. Mervyn Morris
Director Centre for Community Mental Health. Birmingham City University. UK.
Some experiences from the 107-project Leuven – Tervuren with the formation programme.
Experiencias del proyecto 107 Leuven - Tervuren en el programa de formación.
Prof. Dr. Guido Pieters
Head of Behaviour Therapy Department University Psychiatric Centre Catholic University
Leuven. Belgium.
Some experiences from the 107-project Region Hainaut with the formation programme.
Experiencias del proyecto 107 Región Hainaut en el programa de formación.
Dr. Antoine Maisin
Psychiatrist, mobile team 107-project Région Hainaut. Belgium.
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Mr. Antoine Pêcher
Psychologist, mobile team 107-project Région Hainaut. Belgium.
10.30 – 11.00 am
Pause
11: 00 – 12.00 am
Panel discussion: Experts involved in the Belgian Formation Programme for Mental Health
mobile teams inviting other European experts to comment and evaluate the Belgian approach.
Panel de debate. Expertos del Programa de Formación Belga para los equipos móviles de
Salud Mental invitan a otros expertos europeos a comentar y evaluar la perspectiva belga.
Prof. Mervyn Morris
Director Centre for Community Mental Health. Birmingham City University. UK.
Chair:
Auditorium
Part one 11.00 – 11.15 am
Speakers:
Auditorium
First experiences with the Belgian formation programme for mobile teams.
Primeras experiencias con el programa de formación belga de equipos móviles.
Prof. Dr. Philippe Delespaul
Clinical Psychologist. Psycope - Mondriaan - Maastricht University. The Netherlands.
Mrs. Katinka Kerssens
Manager. FACT team GGZ Noord-Holland-Noord. The Netherlands.
Prof. Mervyn Morris
Director Centre for Community Mental Health. Birmingham City University. UK.
Dr. Laure Zeltner
Psychiatrist. Team E.R.I.C. Plaisir. France.
Mrs. Birgit Rød
Head of the Moss ACT team. Norway.
Mrs. Theresa Søvik
Head of the ACT team Sunnmøre. Norway.
Part two 11.15 – 11.45 am
Auditorium
Comments of invited experts.
11.45 – 12.00 am
Auditorium
Discussion with the audience.
09.30 – 10.30 am
Activities Session 6
Speakers:
Room 1
PPT
Moderator:
Room 2
Speakers:
Club Room
W: The Avilés Model for the development of Community Treatment Teams.
El modelo de Avilés para los Equipos de Tratamiento Comunitario.
Dr. Juan José Martínez Jambrina
Psychiatrist. Director of the Mental Health Services of Avilés. Asturias. Spain. EAOF Advisor.
Mrs. Cristina Pintado Miranda
Nurse Specialist. Hospital of St. Agustín. Avilés. Asturias. Spain.
OP: Oral Presentations IV. CO IV
Dr. Luis Bastida Ribas
Psychiatrist. Oviedo ACT team. Spain.
S: Home Care for people with Severe Mental Illnesses in the rural environment.
Atención domiciliaria a personas con trastorno mental grave en el medio rural.
Mrs. María Ramos Blanco
Mental Health Nurse. Mental Health Center of Cangas del Narcea. Asturias. Spain.
Dr. Patricia Bernardo Sánchez
Psychiatrist. Mental Health Center of Cangas del Narcea. Asturias. Spain.
Mrs. Isabel Parra Valle
Mental Health Nurse. Continuity Care of the Hospital da Costa. Burela. Lugo. Spain.
Mrs. Mar Valcárcel López
Mental Health Nurse. Mental Health Centre of Lugo. Spain.
Mr. Carlos Pérez Fernández
Mental Health Nurse. Oviedo ACT team. Asturias. Spain.
Short Films Projection.
Invernadero
(NH Ferrera Hotel)
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Friday
Speaker:
Principado A
(NH Ferrera Hotel)
Chair:
Speakers:
Principado B
(NH Ferrera Hotel)
Speakers:
Principado C
(NH Ferrera Hotel)
W: IDDT and AO.
El tratamiento bipolar integrado (IDDT) y el tratamiento asertivo.
Mr. Koen Westen
Lecturerat Avans University of Applied Sciences, CCAF Boardmember, Public Mental Health Nurse.
S: Primary Attention in the care of people with Severe Mental Illnesses.
La atención primaria en la atención a las personas con trastornos mentales graves.
Dr. Fermín Pérez Pérez
Clinical Psychologist. President of the Rehablitation Section of the Spanish Association of
Neuropsychiatry. Cádiz.
Dr. José Arbesú Prieto
GP. SEMERGEN* Coordinator of the Neurosciences Area (* Spanish Association of General
Practitioners).
Dr. Tatiana Fernández Álvarez
GP. Health Center of Pravia, Health Area of Avilés. Asturias. W: Moving “Habicité” towards a recovery oriented ACT program. Regarding our experience
within a psychiatric service in North of France.
Llevando la “habicité” hacia un programa TAC orientado al recovery. Contemplando nuestra
experiencia dentro del Servicio Psiquiátrico en el norte de Francia.
Emma Beetlestone, MD
Psychiatrist. 59G21 Service in the North of France (WHO CC). Experimental Housing First
Program. Lille. France.
Marianne Ramonet, MD
Psychiatrist. 59G21 service in the North of France (WHO CC). Outreach team for homeless
people with mental health disorders. Lille. France.
Speaker:
Cinema Room
W: Assessment of the Individualised Service Plan of the Eixample of Barcelona after 10 years
(2002-2012).
Evaluación del Plan de Servicios Individualizados (PSI) del Eixample de Barcelona tras diez
años de funcionamiento (2002-2012).
Mrs. Tina Ureña
Coordinator of the CPB-SSM Rehabilitation Area. Barcelona.
10.30 – 11.00 am
Pause
11.00 – 12.00 am
Activities Session 7
Speaker:
Invernadero
(NH Ferrera Hotel)
Chair:
Speakers:
Room 1
W: The role of nursery in Community Assertive Treatment teams.
El rol de enfermería en los Equipos de TAC.
Mrs. María Teresa del Campo Gonzalo
Nursing Supervisor Bilbao Area. Bizkaia Mental Health Network. Basque Country. Spain.
Mrs. Andrea de Sayas Gayo
Mental Health Nurse. Margen Izquierda ACT team. Bilbao. Basque Country. Spain.
S: Use of psychotropic drugs in ACT teams.
Uso de psicofármacos en los Equipos TAC.
Dr. Alberto Durán Rivas
Psychiatrist. Ferrol ACT team. Spain.
Mrs. Noelia Aller Gómez
Trainee Psychiatrist. San Agustín Hospital. Avilés. Asturias. Spain.
Dr. Joaquín Moreno Vela
Psychiatrist. Oviedo ACT team. Spain.
Dr. Iván Ruiz Ibáñez
Psychiatrist. Margen Izquierda ACT team. Bilbao. Basque Country. Spain.
Dr. Luz Marina Guerra Cazorla
Psychiatrist. Gran Canaria ACT team. Canary Islands. Spain.
Dr. Eskarne Zallo Atxutegi
Psychiatrist. Uribe-Kosta Bilbao ACT team. Basque Country. Spain.
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Chair:
Speakers:
Club Room
S: The care of Community Care in Galicia: from custody to empowerment.
Los cuidados de atención comunitaria en Galicia: de la custodia al empoderamiento.
Mrs. Mª Consuelo Carballal Balsa
Coordinator of Mental Health Nursery. Galicia Mental Health Service. Santiago de Compostela.
Spain.
Historic evolution of the care treatment in Galicia.
Evolución histórica de los cuidados en la Comunidad Autónoma de Galicia.
Mrs. Esperanza Sánchez Vázquez
Mental Health Nurse. Continuity Care Team of Santiago de Compostela. Spain.
Mrs. Mar Valcárcel López
Mental Health Nurse. Mental Health Unit. Lugo. Spain.
Development and characteristics of the 12 Continuity care teams.
Desarrollo y características de los 12 Equipos de Continuidad de Cuidados.
Mrs. Esperanza Fernández Fernández
Mental Health Nurse. ACT Team. University Complex of A Coruña. Spain.
Mrs. Isabel Parra Valle
Mental Health Nurse. Continuity Care Team of Burela. Spain.
Do the 12 Continuity Care teams meet the criteria of ACT.
¿Cumplen criterios de Tratamiento Asertivo Comunitario los 12 equipos de Continuidad de Cuidados?
Mr. Pablo Alonso Villar
Mental Health Nurse. Continuity Care Team. Nicolás Peña Hospital. University Hospital
Complex of Vigo. Spain.
Mr. Manuel Antonio Simón Alonso
Social Worker. Continuity Care team. University Complex of Vigo. Spain.
Differences between the custodial and empowerment models.
Diferencias entre el modelo custodial y el modelo de empoderamiento.
Mrs. Margarita Osorio Pro
Mental Health Nurse. Continuity Care Team. University Complex of Ourense. Spain.
Mr. José Delgado Rodríguez
Mental Health Nurse.Continuity Care Team. Regional Hospital of Verín. Spain.
Moderator:
Room 2
Speakers:
Cinema Room
Speakers:
Principado A
(NH Ferrera Hotel)
Speaker:
Principado AB
(NH Ferrera Hotel)
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OP: Oral Presentations V. CO V
Dr. Ignacio Lara Granados
Psychiatrist. Hospital of Jerez de la Frontera. Cádiz. Spain.
W: How do we keep FACT-patients alive? A non-invasive method of identifying patients at
increased cardiovascular risk.
¿Cómo mantenemos a los pacientes FACT vivos? Método no invasivo de identificar a
pacientes con alto riesgo cardiovascular.
Dr. Dan Cohen
Mental Health Organization North-Holland North. Department of Epidemiology, University
Medical Center. Groningen. The Netherlands.
Dr. Annet Nugter
Mental Health Organization North-Holland North. The Netherlands.
W: Model of Integrated Outreach Case Management.
Modelo de gestión de casos de tratamiento integrado.
Mr. Jesper Henriksen
Project Manager. Social Development Centre SUS. Copenhagen.Denmark.
Mrs. Louise Boye Larsen
Project Consultant. Social Development Centre SUS. Copenhagen.Denmark.
W: An evaluation of integrating specialist AO into standard community mental health teams in
England using FACT.
Evaluación sobre la integración de especialistas en tratamiento asertivo en equipos de salud
mental comunitaria estándar en Inglaterra mediante FACT.
Mr. Mike Firn
Clinical Service Development Lead. South West London & St George’s Mental Health NHS
Trust. England. United Kingdom.
Friday
Speakers:
Principado C
(NH Ferrera Hotel)
W: Forensic continuity of care in Amsterdam and the role of ACT in this care.
Continuidad de cuidados forenses en Amsterdam y el papel del TAC en estos cuidados.
Mr. Rogier van Bemmelen
Psychiatrist, Medical director program ACT and Forensic Outpatient Care, Mentrum / Inforsa.
Amsterdam. The Netherlands.
Mr. Thimo van der Pol
Psychotherapist of Forensic ACT team of Inforsa, Amsterdam. The Netherlands.
Chair:
Plenary Session 3
Dr. Remmers van Veldhuizen
Psychiatrist. Chairman CCAF. Gronigen. The Netherlands.
12.00 – 12.30 am
Auditorium
Plenary Presentation: Integrating consumer experts into outpatient mental health teams.
La integración de usuarios como expertos en los equipos comunitarios de salud mental.
Mrs. Marjan ter Avest Brake
Director of the Dutch Clients Association. Advisor of the EAOF.
12.30 am – 1.00 pm
Auditorium
Plenary Presentation: Integration of SMI patients in society.
Integración de los pacientes con TMG en la sociedad.
Dr. José Juan Uriarte Uriarte
Psychiatrist. Head of the Mental Health Services of Vizcaya. Spain.
1.00 – 2.00 pm
Work Lunch
2.00 – 2.30 pm
Auditorium
Plenary Presentation: Continuity of Care in an Integrated Mental Health Network:
components and levels of intensity.
Continuidad de cuidados en una Red de Salud Mental Integrada: componentes y niveles de
intensidad.
Prof. Dr. Marifé Bravo Ortiz
Psychiatrist and Psychologist. La Paz Hospital. Member of the Advisory Board of the Spanish
Association of Neuropsychiatrics (AEN). Spain.
2.30 – 3.00 pm
Auditorium
Plenary Presentation: The continuing evolution of ACT: facing the future.
La Evolución Continua del TAC: de cara al futuro.
Prof. Alan Rosen
Brain & Mind Research Institute, University of Sydney & School of Public Health, University of
Wollongong. Australia.
3.00 – 4.00 pm
Auditorium
Closing Ceremony
Ceremonia de Clausura
Closing Lecture
Awards (Chaired by: Drs. Floor van Dijk)
Award to the best poster
Award to the winner of the II EAOF Short-Film Contest
Award to the most innovative project
Presentation of the next EAOF Congress in Norway 2015
Projection of the winning short-film
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LIST OF ABSTRACTS SUBMITTED TO THE CONGRESS
Oral Abstracts
Thursday, 27th June
4.00 - 5.00 pm:
Room 1
OP Session I
Papers:
Authors:
Work Centre:
Author:
Work Centre:
Authors:
Work Centre:
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Work Centre:
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Work Centre:
Authors:
Work Centre:
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75/6. A pilot project for the integration of Psychiatry in Primary Care
(1) Sánchez-Bahíllo, Ángel; (2) Aragón-Alonso, Aurora; (3) Cabezas Hurtado, Ignacio; (4) Martín García-Sancho, Julio César; (5) Giribert Muñoz, Carlos.
(1) Psychiatrist. CSM Cartagena. Murcia; (2) Endocrinologist. Hospital Universitario Virgen de
la Arrixaca. Murcia; (3) Psychologist.CSM Cartagena. Murcia; (4) Jefe de Servicio de Programas Asistenciales de Adultos. Hospital Psiquiátrico Román Alberca. Murcia; (5) Subdirector
General de Salud Mental. Hospital Psiquiátrico Román Alberca. Murcia.
75/16. Mental Healthcare: A phenomenological Analysis
Wharne, Simon.
N.H.S. Community Mental Healthcare.
75/23. Adapting Assertive Community Treatment in China, grand socio-economic challenges
and opportunities
(1) Law, Samuel; (2) Chow, Wendy; (3) Wang, Xian.
(1) Psychiatrist, St. Michael’s Hospital and Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, Ontario Canada,
and Assistant Professor, University of Toronto, Toronto; (2) Social Worker, Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, Ontario Canada and Assistant Professor, University of Toronto; (3) Psychiatrist
and Associate Professor, Medical Psychological Institute, Second Xiangya Hospital of Central
South University, Hunan, China.
75/29. Planning care for Severe Mentally Ill Patients: the Dutch epidemiological Consensus
Delespaul, Philippe.
Clinical Psychologist/Psycope -- Mondriaan -- Maastricht University/Maastricht/The Netherlands.
75/36. Efectividad de un programa de tratamiento asertivo comunitario para pacientes con
trastorno mental grave
(1) López Santiago, José; (2) Blas Fernández, Luis Víctor; (3) Gómez García, Mónico.
(1) Psicólogo Clínico del Programa de Tratamiento Asertivo Comunitario de Albacete. Coordinador de la Unidad de Salud Mental de Adultos. Albacete. España; (2) Psiquiatra. Complejo
Hospitalario Universitario de Albacete. España; (3) Psicologo Clínico. Unidad de Conductas
Adictivas. Alicante. España.
75/105. Interventions of a mobile emergency and post-emergency psychiatric team : distinct
practice when intervening in Medical Social Homes, as opposed to interventions taking place in
non Medical Social Homes
(1) Martinez Pereñiguez, David; (2) Moineville, Marie; (3) Zeltner, Laure; (3) Fousson, Julien; (4)
Ambiel, Claire; (5) Mauriac, Frédéric.
(1) Psychiatry Resident. E.R.I.C. Service Mobile d’Urgence Psychiatrique. Centre Hospitalier
Jean-Martin Charcot. Plaisir, Région Paris-Ile-de-France, France.; (2) Psychiatrist; (3) Psychiatrist-E.R.I.C. Service Mobile d’Urgence Psychiatrique. Centre Hospitalier Jean-Martin Charcot. Plaisir, Région Paris-Ile-de-France, France; (4) Psychiatry Resident-E.R.I.C. Service Mobile
d’Urgence Psychiatrique. Centre Hospitalier Jean-Martin Charcot. Plaisir, Région Paris-Ile-deFrance, France; (5) Mental Health Unit Supervisor-E.R.I.C. Service Mobile d’Urgence Psychiatrique. Centre Hospitalier Jean-Martin Charcot. Plaisir, Région Paris-Ile-de-France, France.
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75/129. A FACT team for substance abuse, addiction and mental health care absolutely
require: Additional expertise and treatment programs
van de Linde, Marianne; Karimi, Suhaila.
BoumanGGZ, institute for mental health care and treatment for substance abuse and addiction in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
Thursday, 27th June
5.00 - 6.00 pm
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OP Session II
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75/40. Grupo de tratamiento cognitivo conductual de alucinaciones auditivas en pacientes con
esquizofrenia paranoide
(1) López Santiago, José; (2) Nuevo Fernández, Laura; (3) Font Payeras, María Antonia.
(1) Psicólogo Clínico del Programa de Tratamiento Asertivo Comunitario de Albacete. Coordinador de la Unidad de Salud Mental de Adultos. Albacete. España; (2) Médico Residente de
Psiquiatría del Complejo Hospitalario Universitario de Albacete; (3) Residente de Psicología
Clínica del Complejo Hospitalario Universitario de Albacete.
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75/46. An Australian experience of assertive outreach to homeless people following deinstitutionalisation
Freidin, Julian.
Alfred Health Psychiatry Department.
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75/47. Implementation of ACT in a Swedish health services context
(1) Svensson, Bengt; (2) Cruce, Kerstin Gunilla.
(1) Lund university; (2) Teamleader, PhD, Mental Health Center, Malmoe, Sweden.
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75/49. A fidelity scale for community psychiatric service in Hong Kong
(1) Chui, William; (2) Mui, Jolene; (3) Leung, Kwan-tai; (4) Wong, Raymond; (5) Chan, Constance; (6) Cheung, Eric.
(1) Castle Peak Hospital; (2) Nurse Consultant, Castle Peak Hospital, Hong Kong; (3) Advanced Practice Nurse, Castle Peak Hospital, Hong Kong; (4) Service Manager, Castle Peak
Hospital, Hong Kong; (5) Psychiatrist, Castle Peak Hospital, Hong Kong; (6) Consultant Psychiatrist, Castle Peak Hospital, Hong Kong.
75/63. From pilot project to standard care: 3-year results and experiences from the
implementation of an integrated home-treatment team for acute phases of mental illness in
Lucerne (Switzerland)
Franz, Harald; Junghan, Ulrich; Kraan, Karel; Kurmann, Julius.
Luzerner Psychiatrie Ambulante Dienste.
75/64. The ethical dilemma: “healing persons and protecting society”
(1) Torres González, Francisco; (2) Barrios Flores, Luis Fernando.
(1) Psychiatrist. Senior researcher at “Centro de Investigación Biomedica en Red de Salud
Mental” (CIBERSAM), University of Granada, Spain.; (2) Professor of Administrative Law. University of Alicante. Spain.
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6.00 - 7.00 pm
OP Session III
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75/65. Implantación de un programa de tratamiento intensivo en la comunidad para personas
con trastorno mental grave
(1) Laviana Cuetos, Margarita; (2) Rodríguez Savart, Ana Mª; (2) Aguilera Valverde, Antonia; (3)
Sánchez Benítez, Soraya; (4) Casin Galván, Guillermo; (5) López Collantes de Terán, Mª Luisa.
(1) Psicóloga Clínica. Coordinadora de las Comunidades Terapéuticas de salud Mental. Unidad de Gestión Clínica de SM del Hospital Universitario Virgen del Rocío.; (2) Auxiliar de Enfermería. Equipo de tratamiento Intensivo Comunitario (ETIC). UGCSM. HU Virgen del Rocío.
Sevilla; (3) Monitora de FAISEM. Equipo de tratamiento Intensivo Comunitario (ETIC). UGCSM. HU Virgen del Rocío. Sevilla; (4) Enfermero. Supervisor. CTSM-II. UGCSM. HU Virgen del
Rocío. Sevilla; (5) Enfermera. Supervisora. CTSM-I. UGCSM. HU Virgen del Rocío. Sevilla.
75/75. Changes in hospitalization in mental health services among users in Norwegian
Assertive Community Treatment teams
(1) Clausen, Hanne Kristin; (2) Landheim, Anne; (3) Heiervang, Kristin Sverdvik; (4) Odden,
Sigrun; (5) Kilen Stuen, Hanne; (6) Ruud, Torleif.
(1) Physician, PhD student, R&D dept. Mental Health Services, Akershus University Hospital, Norway; (2) Sociologist, PhD, Researcher, National Centre for Dual Diagnosis, Innlandet Hospital Trust,
Norway; (3) Psychologist, PhD, Researcher, R&D dept. Mental Health Services, Akershus University Hospital, Norway; (4) Sociologist, Researcher, National Centre for Dual Diagnosis, Innlandet
Hospital, Norway; (5) Sociologist, PhD student, Innlandet Hospital Trust, Norway; (6) Psychiatrist,
Professor and Head of R&D Dept. Mental Health Services, Akershus University Hospital, Norway.
75/78. ACT, FACT and the C-Flex method in Norway. Practice, methods, and preliminary
results from the effect-evaluation
Andersen, Bror Just.
PhD in Psychology, Project manager / Special Advicor for Quality in Baerum DPS, Division of
Mental health and Addiction, Vestre Viken Hospital Trust.
75/84. Norway versus USA: How is ACT working?
(1) Heiervang, Kristin Sverdvik; (2) Odden, Sigrun; (3) Landheim, Anne; (4) Clausen, Hanne
Kristin; (5) Kilen Stuen, Hanne; (6) Ruud, Torleif.
(1) Clinical Psychologist, PhD, Researcher, R&D dept. Mental Health Services, Akershus University Hospital, Norway; (2) Sociologist, Researcher, National Centre for Dual Diagnosis, Innlandet Hospital, Norway; (3) Sociologist, PhD, Researcher, National Centre for Dual Diagnosis,
Innlandet Hospital Trust, Norway; (4) Physician, PhD student, R&D dept. Mental Health Services, Akershus University Hospital, Norway; (5) Sociologist, PhD student, Innlandet Hospital
Trust, Norway; (6) Psychiatrist, Professor and Head of R&D Dept. Mental Health Services,
Akershus University Hospital, Norway.
75/86. User ask user about ACT
(1) Lofthus, Ann-Mari; (2) Westerlund, Heidi, (3) Bjørgen, Dagfinn (4) Lauveng, Arnhild (5),
Heiervang, Kristin Sverdvik (6). Torleif Ruud
Work Centre: (1) PhD candidate, Department of Research and Development , Division Mental Health Services, Akershus University Hospital; (2) Project coordinator National Centre for
knowledge through experience in mental health, (3) R & D manager, National Centre for knowledge through experience in mental health (4) PhD candidate; Department of Research and
Development , Division Mental Health Services, Akershus University Hospital; (5) Reseacher,
Clinical Psychologist PhD, Department of Research and Development , Division Mental Health
Services, Akershus University Hospital; (6) Prof. Dr. Department of Research and Development , Division Mental Health Services, Akershus University Hospital.
75/92. Developing integrated treatment bottom-up
(1) Bengtsson, Steen; (2) Grønborg Knudsens, Sine.
(1) Danish National Institute of Social Research; (2) Master student, Roskilde University, Roskilde.
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75/94. Commited treatment orders in Norwegian Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) teams,
seen from the patients` views and experience
(1) Kilen Stuen, Hanne; (2) Wynn, Rolf; (3) Landheim, Anne; (4) Ruud, Torleif.
(1) Sociologist, PhD student, National Center for Dual diagnosis; Innlandet Hospital Trust,
Norway; (2) Psychiatrist, Professor, Univerity of Tromsø; (3) Sociologist, PhD, National Center
for Dual Diagnosis, Innlandet Hospital Trust; (4) Psychiatrist, Professor. Head of Mental Health
Services, Akershus University Hospital, Norway.
Friday, 28th June
09.30-10.30 am
Room 2
OP Session IV
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75/25. Starting up local forensic outreachment in Belgium
Marquant, Thomas.
Forensic Psychiatry.
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75/98. El efecto de una financiación desigual en los servicios de tratamiento asertivo en
Inglaterra. ¿Es útil Intelligent Kindness en la evolución de esos servicios?
Barnes, John.
NHS England.
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75/104. The C-Flex team in Baerum
(1) Read, Nathan Thomas; (2) Linderoth, Lars.
(1) The C-Flex team and academic advisor in the National Center for Dual Diagnosis in Baerum, Baerum Regional Psychiatric Centre, Norway; (2) Psychiatrist. The C-Flex team in Baerum, Baerum Regional Psychiatric Centre, Norway.
75/106. Psychosocial risk associated with aging in severe mental disorder: the FEAFES Castilla
y León Psychosocial Risk Scale (PRS)
(1) Vargas Aragón, Martín L.; (2) de la Calle Sanz, Alicia; (3) Lorente Williams, Marta; (4)
Blanco, Patricia; (5) Jimeno Bulnes, Natalia; (6) Quintanilla, Patricia.
(1) Complejo Asistencial de Segovia. Servicio de Psiquiatría.; (2) Ocupational Therapist. Psychiatry Service. Complejo Asistencial de Segovia. Segovia. Spain.; (3) Social worker. Psychiatry Service. Complejo Asistencial de Segovia. Segovia. Spain.; (4) Psychiatrist. Psychiatry
Service. Complejo Asistencial de Segovia. Segovia. Spain.; (5) Psychiatrist. Psychiatry Department.Valladolid University. Spain; (6) Social Worker. FEAFES Castilla y León. Spain.
75/108. Mental health reform and reduction of psychiatric beds in Belgium
(1) Pieters, Guido; (2) Nissen, Dirk.
(1) UPC University of Leuven; (2) Network coordinator Leuven-Tervuren.
75/118. Do Norwegian ACT-teams recruit persons with concurrent mental disorders and
substance use disorders and do they offer integrated treatment?
(1) Landheim, Anne; (2) Clausen, Hanne Kristin; (3) Heiervang, Kristin Sverdvik; (4) Odden,
Sigrun; (5) Kilen Stuen, Hanne; (6) Ruud, Torleif.
(1) Sociologist, PhD, Research manager, National Centre for Dual Diagnosis, Innlandet Hospital Trust, Norway.; (2) Physician, PhD student, R&D dept. Mental Health Services, Akershus
University Hospital, Norway.; (3) Psychologist, Phd, R&D dept. Mental Health Services, Akershus University Hospital, Norway.; (4) Sociologist, National Centre for Dual Diagnosis, Innlandet Hospital Trust, Norway.; (5) Sociologist, Phd student, National Centre for Dual Diagnosis,
Innlandet Hospital Trust, Norway; (6) Psychiatrist, Professor and Head of R&D Dept. Mental
Health Services, Akershus University Hospital, Norway.
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75/121. Use of substances in individuals with severe mental illness: negative and positive
functioning (paper in progress)
(1) Pettersen, Henning; (2) Landheim, Anne; (3) Ravndal, Edle; (4) Ruud, Torleif.
(1) Nurse and Phd. student. National Centre for Dual Diagnosis, Innlandet hospital trust, Norway.; (2) Sociologist and research manager. National Centre for Dual Diagnosis, Innlandet hospital trust, Norway.; (3) Sociologist and professor. Norwegian Centre for Addiction Research,
University of Oslo,Norway.; (4) Psychiatrist and professor. Akershus University Hospital and
University of Oslo, Norway.
Friday, 28th June
11.00-12.00 am
Room 2
OP Session V
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75/31. The cross-cultural Mount Sinai Hospital ACT Team: description and experience as an
external psychiatry resident
(1) Valls i Botet, Maria del Mar; (2) Chow, Wendy; (3) Andermann, Lisa; (4) Law, Samuel.
(1) Resident of Psychiatry. Department of Psychiatry. Hospital Universitari Vall d’Hebron. Barcelona. Spain.; (2) Social Worker and Program Manager. Assertive Community Treatment
Team and Mental Health Court Support Program Head, International Education, Dept. of Psychiatry, Mount Sinai Hospital, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of
Toronto; (3) Psychiatrist, Mount Sinai Hospital; Assistant Professor, Culture, Community and
Health Studies, Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto. Toronto. Canada.; (4) Staff
Psychiatrist, St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto, Clinical Director, ACTT, Mount Sinai Hospital,
Toronto, Associate Head, Community Psychiatric Program, Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto,
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Toro.
75/126. Evaluation of Leicestershire Assertive Outreach team- Patient experience and
satisfaction survey
(1) Al-Hillawi, Qutaiba; (2) Scordellis, Jo; (3) Siram, Vasantha; (4) Roberts, David; (5) Al-Uzri,
Mohammed; (6) Noushad, Fabida.
(1) ST4 in General adult psychiatry. Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust, previously worked
in Leicestershire Partnership Trust.; (2) Clinical Psychologist. Assertive Outreach team, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust, UK.; (3) Specialty doctor. Assertive Outreach team, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust, UK.; (4) Associate Specialist, ST6 in General adult psychiatry. Assertive Outreach team, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust, UK.; (5) Consultant Psychiatrist
in General adult psychiatry. Assertive Outreach team, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust,
UK.; (6) Consultant Psychiatry in General adult Psychiatry. Assertive Outreach team, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust, UK.
75/127. Staged model of Assertive Outreach Team
(1) Noushad, Fabida; (1) Al-Uzri, Mohammed; (2) Al-Hillawi, Qutaiba; (3) Holding, Dawn.
(1) Consultant Psychiatrist in General adult Psychiatry. Assertive Outreach team, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust, UK; (2) ST4 in general adult Psychiatry. Norfolk and Suffolk
Foundation Trust, previously worked in Leicestershire Partnership Trust; (3) Team Manager,
Assertive Outreach Team. Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust, UK.
75/131. Engaging severe mental illness patients into treatment – how multifamily
psychoeducational groups can help
(1) Brito, Luisa; (2) Rebelo Botelho, Maria Antónia; (3) Campos, Clara.
(1) Nurse educator. Escola Superior de Enfermagem de Coimbra. Portugal.; (2) Nurse educator. Escola Superior de Enfermagem de Lisboa. Portugal.; (3) Nurse specialist. Serviço de
Psiquiatria do Centro Hospitalar Universitário de Coimbra. Portugal.
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75/134. Impulsive Lifestyle Counselling Program for Antisocial Behaviour in Outpatient
Substance Abuse Treatment
Thylstrup, Birgitte; Hesse, Morten.
Assistant Professor. Centre for Alcohol and Drug Research. University of Aarhus. Denmark.
75/135. Patterns of daily contact with users by Norwegian ACT teams
(1) Ruud, Torleif; (2) Landheim, Anne; (3) Heiervang, Kristin Sverdvik; (4) Odden, Sigrun; (5)
Clausen, Hanne Kristin; (6) Kilen Stuen, Hanne.
(1) Professor, R&D dept. Mental Health Services, Akershus University Hospital, Norway; (2)
Research leader, National Centre for Dual Diagnosis, Innlandet Hospital Trust, Norway; (3)
Researcher, R&D dept. Mental Health Services, Akershus University Hospital, Norway; (4)
Researcher, National Centre for Dual Diagnosis, Innlandet Hospital Trust, Norway; (5) PhD
candidate, R&D dept. Mental Health Services, Akershus University Hospital, Norway; (6) PhD
candidate, National Centre for Dual Diagnosis, Innlandet Hospital Trust, Norway.
75/137. Making possible assertive communitary treatment in the Central Region of Portugal
Araújo, Ana María.
Mental Health Unit Sobral Cid. Centro Hospitalar e Universitario de Coimbra. Portugal.
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75/48. La salud mental hacia programas de intervención municipales
(1) de la Rosa Hormiga, Milagros; (2) Herrera Hernández, Juan Manuel; (3) Rodríguez Matos,
Inmaculada; (4) Rodríguez Pulido, Francisco; (5) Rodríguez García, Ángeles; (6) Martínez Aguilar, Sergio.
(1) Psicóloga. Profesora Universidad de La Laguna. Tenerife, España.; (2) Trabajador Social.
Profesor Universidad de La Laguna .Tenerife, España.; (3) Psicóloga. Gabinete Psicosocial
Municipal. Tenerife, España.; (4) Psiquiatra. Profesor Universidad de La Laguna. Tenerife, España.; (5) Enfermera. Unidad de Psiquiatría. Hospital de la Candelaria. Tenerife, España.; (6)
Forense. Instituto de Medicina Legal y Forense. Tenerife, España.
75/52. Recovery, un paso hacia la recuperación personal
(1) Aller Gómez, Noelia; (2) Nadales Rojas, Maria; (3) Bretón Díez, Natalia; (4) García Castro,
Emilia.
(1) MIR III. Servicio de Salud Mental de Avilés. Avilés, Asturias. España; (2) MIR II Psiquiatría. Servicio de Salud Mental de Avilés. Avilés. España; (3) MIR I Psiquiatría. Servicio de Salud Mental de
Avilés. Avilés. España; (4) Psiquiatra. Centro de Salud Mental de la Magdalena. Avilés. España.
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75/53. Continuidad de intervención: dificultades con el paciente y la familia
(1) Carral Martinez, Maria; (2) Lozano Cerezuela, Mónica; (3) Develsa, Olmos.
(1) Psiquiatra. Hospital Son Llátzer. Palma de Mallorca. España; (2) Trabajo Social. Ibsalut.
Palma de Mallorca. España; (3) Enfermería. Hospital Son Llátzer. Palma de Mallorca. España.
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75/54. Derivación abierta: nuestra experiencia
(1) Lozano Cerezuela, Mónica; (2) Carral Martinez, Maria; (3) Olmos Develsa, Carmen.
(1) Trabajo Social. Ibsalut. Palma de Mallorca. España; (2) Psiquiatría. Hospital Son Llátzer.
Palma de Mallorca. España; (3) Enfermería. Hospital Son Llátzer. Palma de Mallorca. España.
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75/37. Recuperación: Un nuevo paradigma
(1) Nadales Rojas, Maria; (2) Aller Gómez, Noelia; (3) Bretón Díez, Natalia; (4) Sánchez Artero,
María José.
(1) MIR 2 Psiquiatría Hospital San Agustín Avilés; (2) MIR 3 Psiquiatría Hospital San Agustín
Avilés; (3) MIR 1 Psiquiatría Hospital San Agustín Avilés; (4) MIR 1 Psiquiatría Hospital Universitario de Guadalajara.
75/59. Estudio de satisfacción de los pacientes atendidos por el Equipo de Tratamiento
Asertivo Comunitario del Complejo Hospitalario Universitario de A Coruña
(1) Fernández Fernández, Esperanza; (2) Jarazo Guerra, Palmira; (3) Amboage Paz, María
Teresa; (4) Filgueira Bouza, Mª Soledad; (5) Ortega García, Mª Luisa; (6) Díaz del Valle, Juan
Carlos.
(1) Nurse. ETAC-CHUAC. A Coruña. Spain; (2) Nurse assistant. ETAC-CHUAC. A Coruña.
Spain; (3) Psychiatrist. ETAC-CHUAC. A Coruña. Spain; (4) Psychologist. ETAC-CHUAC. A
Coruña. Spain; (5) Social Worker. ETAC-CHUAC. A Coruña. Spain; (6) Psychiatrist. Psychiatric Day Hospital-CHUAC. A Coruña. Spain.
75/60. ¿Y después del alta...?
(1) Fernández Fernández, Esperanza; (2) Jarazo Guerra, Palmira; (1) Amboage Paz, María
Teresa; (3) Fontela, Eva; (4) Ortega García, Mª Luisa; (5) Díaz del Valle, Juan Carlos.
(1) Psychiatrist. ETAC-CHUAC. A Coruña. Spain; (2) Nurse assistant. ETAC-CHUAC. A Coruña. Spain; (3) Psychiatrist. Hospital de Oza. A Coruña. Spain; (4) Social worker. ETAC-CHUAC. A Coruña. Spain; (5) Psychiatrist. Psychiatric Day Hospital-CHUAC. A Coruña. Spain.
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75/80. Reforzando el screening sistemático de factores de riesgo cardiovascular en la atención
integral a usuarios del ETAC de Cartagena
(1) Consuegra Sánchez, Rosario; (2) Diez Galeron, Sara; (3) Pastor Campos, Ruth; (4) Ramírez
del Vas, María Jesús; (5) Santos Mayor, Vanesa; (5) Soto Martinez, Elena.
(1) Psiquiatra-Coordinadora ETAC Cartagena. Murcia; (2) Enfermera especialista en Salud
Mental. Unidad de agudos del Hospital Santa Maria del Rosell de Cartagena; (3) Terapeuta
Ocupacional del programa ETAC Cartagena; (4) Trabajadora Social del programa ETAC Cartagena; (5) Enfermera especialista en Salud Mental del programa ETAC Cartagena.
75/81. Experiences and stigma of people living in the proximity of a supported housing facility
for people with severe mental illness
(1) Verrijp, Tessa; (2) Van Gool, Arthur; (3) Gosker, Anja; (4) Schotting, Ernst; (5) Van Weeghel,
Jaap.
(1) Psychiatry resident. Yulius Mental Health Organization. Dordrecht, The Netherlands ; (2)
Psychiatrist. Co-director Yulius Academy. Yulius Mental Health Organization. Dordrecht, The
Netherlands.; (3) Psychiatrist. Director Division long-term care and treatment. Yulius Mental Health Organization. Dordrecht, The Netherlands.; (4) Nurse. Team leader. Yulius Mental
Health Organization. Dordrecht, The Netherlands.; (5) Professor of psychiatric rehabilitation.
Scientific director. Centre of expertise Phrenos. Utrecht.
75/82. The influence of moving to better quality supported housing on long-term caredependent psychiatric patients
(1) Verrijp, Tessa; (2) Van Gool, Arthur; (3) Gosker, Anja; (4) Schotting, Ernst; (5) Van Weeghel,
Jaap.
(1) Psychiatry resident. Yulius Mental Health Organization. Dordrecht, The Netherlands.; (2)
Psychiatrist. Co-director Yulius Academy. Yulius Mental Health Organization. Dordrecht, The
Netherlands.; (3) Psychiatrist. Director Division long-term care and treatment. Yulius Mental Health Organization. Dordrecht, The Netherlands.; (4) Nurse. Team leader. Yulius Mental
Health Organization. Dordrecht, The Netherlands.; (5) Professor of psychiatric rehabilitation.
Scientific director. Centre of Expertise Phrenos. Utrecht, The Netherlands.
75/89. An experimental account of developing an integrated community care model for
patients with long-standing psychotic symptoms in Vantaa Finland
(1) Kuusi, Kristiina; (2) Koivisto, Kirsi; (3) Meriluoto, Anne; (2) Kieseppä, Tuula.
(1) Hospital District of Helsinki and Uusimaa; (2) Helsinki University Central Hospital, Clinic of
Psychiatry, Vantaa; (3) Helsini University Central Hospital, Clinic of Psychiatry, Vantaa.
75/90. Niveles de sobrecarga, ansiedad y depresión en el cuidador de pacientes con Trastorno
Mental Severo
(1) Pérez Zabalza, Ana; (2) García de Polavieja Serradell, Bárbara; (2) Pozueta Villadóniga,
Soraya; (3) Sánchez Muñoz, Beatriz.
(1) PIR de segundo año. Hospital San Agustin, Aviles, Asturias, España.; (2) PIR, Hospital San
Agustín, Avilés, España; (3) Psicóloga Clínica, Hospital San Agustín, Avilés, España.
75/96. Rehabilitación: Presentación de un caso
(1) Pozueta Villadóniga, Soraya; (2) Pérez Zabalza, Ana; (3) Sánchez Muñoz, Beatriz; (2)
García de Polavieja Serradell, Bárbara.
(1) PIR, Hospital San Agustín, Avilés, España ; (2) PIR, Hospital San Agustín, Avilés, España;
(3) Psicóloga Clínica, Hospital San Agustín, Avilés, España.
75/97. “Dos años de ETAC de Murcia”
(1) Martínez Benítez, Silvestre; (2) Esparza Moreno, Francisco; (3) Almela Bernal, Joaquín; (4)
López Gallego, Sandra; (5) Salazar Navarro, Elena; (6) Martínez López, Cristina.
(1) Psiquiatra ETAC Murcia; (2) Trabajador social. ETAC Murcia HPRA. Murcia. España; (3)
Enfermero. ETAC Murcia HPRA. Murcia. España; (4) Enfermera. ETAC Murcia HPRA. Murcia.
España; (5) Enfermera. HPRA. Murcia. España; (6) Psicóloga clínica. Murcia. España.
75/99. The Danish authority’s cooperation for an integrated effort to help people with mental
illness
(1) Seehausen Hansen, Anne; (2) Brøndmark, Kim.
(1) Teamleader ACT-team (OP-team). Psychiatric Center Frederiksberg; (2) Psykiatrisk Center
Nordsjælland, ACT-team.
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75/100. Assertive Outreach ; The First Step of The Reform of Mental Health Care in Belgium
(1) Maisin, Antoine; (2) Pecher, Antoine; (3) Tecco, juan.
(1) Psychiatrist, Head of The Assertive Outreach Unit. Department of Psychiatry, CHUP-MB.
Mons, Belgium.; (2) Psychologist, The Assertive Outreach Unit. Department of Psychiatry,
CHUP-MB. Mons, Belgium.; (3) Psychiatrist, Head of The Department of Psychiatry, CHUPMB. Mons, Belgium.
75/102. Eficacia de una intervención psicoeducativa en grupo multifamiliar
(1) García de Polavieja Serradell, Bárbara; (2) Sánchez Muñoz, Beatriz; (3) Pérez Zabalza,
Ana; (3) Pozueta Villadóniga, Soraya; (2) Burgueño Montañés, José Enrique; (4) Bacariza Rey,
Clara.
(1) Hospital San Agustín. Avilés. España; (2) Psicólogo Clínico. Hospital San Agustín. Avilés.
España; (3) PIR. Hospital San Agustín. Avilés. España; (4) Psicólogo Clínico. Hospital San
Agustín, Avilés, España.
75/103. Acción humana, salud, funcionamiento y bienestar: análisis de un caso de tratamiento
asertivo comunitario de una persona indomiciliada
(1) Lorente Williams, Marta; (2) de la Calle Sanz, Alicia; (3) Arroyo Gómez de Segura, Ana
María; (4) Rueda Fernández, Carmen; (5) Vecino Gallego, Antonio; (5) Vargas Aragón, Martín
L.
(1) Complejo Asistencial de Segovia. Servicio de Psiquiatría.; (2) Terapeuta Ocupacional. Servicio de Psiquiatría. Complejo Asistencial de Segovia. Segovia. Spain.; (3) Enfermera. Servicio
de Psiquiatría. Complejo Asistencial de Segovia. Segovia. Spain.; (4) Monitora de rehabilitación psiquiátrica. Servicio de Psiquiatría. Complejo Asistencial de Segovia. Segovia. Spain.;
(5) Psiquiatra. Servicio de Psiquiatría. Complejo Asistencial de Segovia. Segovia. Spain.
75/109. Experiencing mindfulness with seriously mentally ill people
(1) de la Viuda Suárez, María Eugenia; (2) Antoranz Castro, Elisa; (2) Becerril Rodríguez, Eva;
(2) Luis Martínez, Miriam; (1) Costa Trigo, Rebeca; (1) Casas Posada, Antya.
(1) Psychology Intern Resident, IV area, Principado de Asturias, Spain; (2) Mental Health
Nurse Intern Resident, IV area, Principado de Asturias, Spain.
75/110. Estilo de apego familiar y psicosis
(1) Sánchez Muñoz, Beatriz; (2) Pozueta Villadóniga, Soraya; (1) Bacariza Rey, Clara; (2) Pérez
Zabalza, Ana; (2) García de Polavieja Serradell, Bárbara; (1) Huskin Camino, Lucía.
(1) Centro Salud Mental II Adultos -Avilés (Asturias); (2) PIR, Hospital San Agustín, Avilés,
España.
75/112. El acompañamiento terapéutico como elemento fundamental en el trabajo con
personas con TMG en situación de exclusión social
(1) Rodríguez Savart, Ana Mª; (2) Sánchez Benítez, Soraya; (3) Fernández León, Elena; (4)
Sagastagoitia Arcocha, Eneka; (5) Navarrón Cuevas, Emy; (6) Laviana Cuetos, Margarita.
(1) Auxiliar de Enfermería. Miembro del Equipo de Tratamiento Intensivo Comunitario. Unidad de Gestión Clínica de Salud Mental del Área Virgen del Rocío. Sevilla.; (2) Monitora de
FAISEM. ETIC. Unidad de Gestión Clínica de Salud Mental (UGCSM) del HU Virgen del Rocío.
Servicio Andaluz de Salud (SAS). Sevilla; (3) Psiquiatra. CTSM II. Unidad de Gestión Clínica
de Salud Mental (UGCSM) del HU Virgen del Rocío. Servicio Andaluz de Salud (SAS). SEVILLA; (4) Psicóloga Clínica. CTSM I. Unidad de Gestión Clínica de Salud Mental (UGCSM)
del HU Virgen del Rocío. Servicio Andaluz de Salud (SAS). Sevilla; (5) Terapeuta Ocupacional.
CTSM-I. ETIC. Unidad de Gestión Clínica de Salud Mental (UGCSM) del HU Virgen del Rocío.
Servicio Andaluz de Salud (SAS). Sevilla; (6) Psicóloga Clínica. Coordinadora de las CTSM I
y II. Unidad de Gestión Clínica de Salud Mental (UGCSM) del HU Virgen del Rocío. Servicio
Andaluz de Salud (SAS). Sevilla.
75/113. Psychotic symptoms: giving meaning to the families
(1) de la Viuda Suárez, María Eugenia; (1) Casas Posada, Antya; (1) Costa Trigo, Rebeca; (2)
Fernández Fernández, Jenifer; (3) Álvarez Fontecha, Ana; (4) Nadales Rojas, Maria.
(1) Psychology Intern Resident, IV area, Principado de Asturias, Spain; (2) Psychiatry Intern
Resident, IV area, Principado de Asturias, Spain; (3) Psychology Intern Resident, V area, Principado de Asturias, Spain; (4) Psychiatry Intern Resident, III area, Principado de Asturias, Spain.
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75/114. Evaluación de la efectividad del programa desarrollado por el Equipo de Tratamiento
Intensivo Comunitario en población con Trastorno Mental Grave especialmente vulnerable
(1) Sagastagoitia Ruiz, Eneka; (1) León Gómez, Marta; (2) Fernández León, Elena; (3)
Rodríguez Savart, Ana Mª; (1) Laviana Cuetos, Margarita; (4) Cuevas Yust, C.
(1) Psicóloga clínico. Unidad de Gestión Clínica de Salud Mental. Hospitales Universitarios Virgen del Rocío. Sevilla. España; (2) Psiquiatra. Comunidad Terapéutica Salud Mental.
UGCSM Virgen del Rocío. Sevilla. España; (3) Auxiliar de enfermería. Equipo de Tratamiento
Asertivo Comunitario. UGCSM Virgen del Rocío. Sevilla. España; (4) Psicólogo Clínico. Unidad
de Rehabilitación. UGCSM HHUU Virgen del Rocío. Sevilla. España.
75/116. Diferencias de género en el trastorno bipolar
(1) Cedrés Melián, Concepción; (2) González Pérez, Teodoro; (3) Gordillo Díaz, Yaiza; (4)
Saavedra Jiménez, Jesús María; (5) González Dávila, Enrique; (6) Rodríguez Pulido, Francisco.
(1) DUE de ECA de HUNSC de Santa Cruz de Tenerife.; (2) DUE de A.P.de Santa Cruz de Tenerife; (3) DUE de ECA de HUNSC de Santa Cruz de Tenerife; (4) Psicóloga Clínica del HUNSC;
(5) Estadístico de La Universidad de la Laguna; (6) Psiquiatra, profesor de La Universidad de
la Laguna.
75/117. ¿Cómo están nuestros pacientes y qué información necesitas?
(1) Cedrés Melián, Concepción; (2) González Pérez, Teodoro; (1) Gómez Álvarez, Tirso; (1)
Socas Socas, Marlene; (3) Ojeda Ojeda, Juan Manuel.
(1) DUE de ECA de HUNSC de Santa Cruz de Tenerife; (2) DUE de A.P.de Santa Cruz de
Tenerife; (3) Psiquiatra del ECA de HUNSC de Tenerife.
75/119. Variables clínicas y sociodemográficas de los pacientes del programa de Tratamiento
Asertivo Comunitario del Complejo Hospitalario Universitario de A Coruña
(1) Román Fernández, Enma; (1) González Santos, M.; (1) Ortega Ruibal, Francisco José; (1)
González Santos, M.; (1) Fernández Díaz, Alba; (2) Amboage Paz, María Teresa.
(1) Residente de Psiquiatría del Complexo Hospitalario Universitario de A Coruña; (2) Médico
Psiquiatra del Complexo Hospitalario Universitario de A Coruña.
75/120. Características del tratamiento psicofarmacológico del los pacientes del programa de
Tratamiento Asertivo Comunitario del Complejo Hospitalario de A Coruña
(1) Ortega Ruibal, Francisco José; (2) Bujan López, Amparo; (1) Román Fernández, Enma; (2)
Fontela Vivanco, Eva; (2) Gómez Pardiñas, S.; (3) Amboage Paz, María Teresa.
(1) Residente de Psiquiatría del Complexo Hospitalario Universitario de A Coruña; (2) ; (3)
Médico Psiquiatra del Complexo Hospitalario Universitario de A Coruña.
75/123. El nacimiento de Radio Prometea
Tomé, Paula.
Equipo. Programa radio Prometea de la emisora CUAC-FM de A Coruña.
75/124. Características sociodemográficas y clínicas de los usuarios del Equipo de Continuidad
de Cuidados de Santiago de Compostela
(1) Sánchez Vázquez, Mª Esperanza; (2) Ramos Ríos, Ramón; (3) Lago Fernández, María
Rosario; (4) Currás Castiñeira, Manuela; (4) Pérez Ferreiro, Manuela; (5) Viz Otero, María del
Carmen.
(1) Enfermera. Equipo de Continuidad de Cuidados. Hospital Psiquiátrico de Conxo, Santiago de Compostela.; (2) Psiquiatra. Equipo de Continuidad de Cuidados. Hospital Psiquiátrico
de Conxo, Santiago de Compostela.; (3) Enfermera. Diplomada en Trabajo Social. Complexo
Hospitalario Universitário de Santiago.; (4) Auxiliar psiquiátrica. Equipo de Continuidad de
Cuidados. Hospital Psiquiátrico de Conxo, Santiago de Compostela.; (5) Trabajadora social.
Unidad de Rehabilitación. Hospital Psiquiátrico de Conxo, Santiago de Compostela.
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75/125. Redes de apoyo social de los usuarios del Equipo de Continuidad de Cuidados de
Santiago de Compostela
(1) Lago Fernández, María Rosario; (2) Viz Otero, María del Carmen; (3) Ramos Ríos, Ramón;
(4) Sánchez Vázquez, Mª Esperanza; (5) Currás Castiñeira, Manuela; (2) Bugallo Varela, Mercedes.
(1) Enfermera. Diplomada en Trabajo Social. Complexo Hospitalario Universitário de Santiago.; (2) Trabajadora Social. Unidad de Rehabilitación. Hospital Psiquiátrico de Conxo, Santiago de Compostela.; (3) Psiquiatra. Equipo de Continuidad de Cuidados. Hospital Psiquiátrico
de Conxo, Santiago de Compostela.; (4) Enfermera. Equipo de Continuidad de Cuidados.
Hospital Psiquiátrico de Conxo, Santiago de Compostela.; (5) Auxiliar psiquiátrica. Equipo de
Continuidad de Cuidados. Hospital Psiquiátrico de Conxo, Santiago de Compostela.
75/138. Working together in integrated outpatient services: problems and challenges
(1) Nicolae, Sabina; (2) Adam, Elena.
(1) Executive Director, Economist. Samusocial din Romania, NGO. Medico- socio- psychiatric Ceter for Homeless. Romania.; (2) Team Coordinator, social worker. Samusocial din
Romania, NGO. Medico- socio- psychiatric Ceter for Homeless. Romania.
75/140. Evaluación de las relaciones interpersonales como vía hacia la recuperación en los
pacientes del ETAC
(1) García Aznar, Susana; (2) Aller Gómez, Noelia.
(1) MIR Psiquiatría Hospital Universitario y Politécnico La Fe (Valencia); (2) MIR Psiquiatría
Hospital San Agustín (Avilés).
75/141. Health improvement assessment using eq5d-5l in a sample of psychiatric patients
admitted to a day
(1) de Simon Alonso, Lorena; (2) Gómez, Cristina; (3) Prado, Caridad; (4) Odóñez, Lourdes;
(5) Cabasés, Juan Manuel; (5) Errea, María.
(1) Psiquiatra; (2) Psychologist. Psychiatric Day Hospital I, Mental Health Network of Navarra,
Pamplona, Spain; (3) Psychiatrist. Psychiatric Day Hospital I, Mental Health Network of Navarra,
Pamplona, Spain; (4) DUE. Psychiatric Day Hospital I, Mental Health Network of Navarra, Pamplona, Spain; (5) Department of Economics, Public University of Navarra, Pamplona, Spain.
75/143. Un camino a la recuperación, a propósito de un caso
(1) Martínez Benítez, Silvestre; (2) López Gallego, Sandra; (3) Esparza Moreno, Francisco; (2)
Salazar Navarro, Elena; (4) Almela Bernal, Joaquín; (5) García Márquez, Magdalena.
(1) Psychiatrist; (2) Enfermera/ETAC/Murcia/Murcia; (3) Trabajador social/ETAC/Murcia/Murcia; (4) Enfermero/ETAC/Murcia/Murcia; (5) Psicóloga interna residente/Unidad docente de
salud mental de Murcia.
75/144. La mejora clínica y funcional de los pacientes del programa PSI- Gestión de Casos en
la región sanitaria de Lleida
(1) Cobo Ariño, Marta; (2) Iribarren Felip, Miriam; (3) Mazarico Arnau, Pere Joan; (3) Godia
Ribes, Sergi; (4) Benabarre Farré, Montserrat; (5) Pifarré Paredero, Josep.
(1) Psicóloga. Coordinadora del Programa PSI-PUNSU. Hospital de Santa María. Lleida.
España.; (2) Enfermera, Hospital de Santa Maria, Lleida, Spain; (3) Educador Social, Hospital
de Santa Maria, Lleida, Spain; (4) Trabajadora Social, Hospital de Santa Maria, Lleida, Spain;
(5) Psiquiatra, UDL-LRB, Lleida, Spain.
75/145. Mejora del uso de la red de salud mental en los pacientes del programa Pla de Serveis
Individualitzats (PSI)- Gestión de Casos en la región sanitaria de Lleida
(1) Iribarren Felip, Míriam; (2) Cobo Ariño, Marta; (3) Mazarico Arnau, Pere Joan; (4) Benabarre
Farré, Montserrat; (5) Dolcet Serra, Joan Marc; (6) Pifarré Paredero, Josep.
(1) Enfermera, Hospital de Santa Maria, Lleida, Spain; (2) Psicóloga. Coordinadora del Programa PSI-PUNSU. Hospital de Santa María. Lleida. España.; (3) Educador Social. Coordinador de Proyectos Individualizados en PSI-PUNSU. Hospital de Santa María. Lleida. España.;
(4) Trabajadora Social. Coordinador de Proyectos Individualizados en PSI-PUNSU. Hospital
de Santa María. Lleida. España.; (5) Psicólogo. Coordinador del Programa PSI-Segrià Garrigues. Hospital de Santa María. Lleida. España.; (6) Psiquiatra. Universidad de Lleida. Institut
de Recerca Biomèdica de Lleida. España.
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75/149. Negative factors relating to adolescent adherence to mental healthcare treatment’s
systematic review of the literature
(1) Timlin, Ulla; (2) Hakko, Helinä; (3) Heino, Raija; (4) Kyngäs, Helvi.
(1) Department of Psychiatry, Oulu University Hospital, Oulu, Finland; (2) Researcher, Department of Psychiatry, Oulu University Hospital, Oulu, Finland; (3) Information specialist, Medical
Library, University of Oulu, Oulu, Finland; (4) Professor, Institute of Health Sciences, University
of Oulu, Finland.
75/150. Caso clínico. La coordinación entre recursos factor clave para mejorar la funcionalidad
de un paciente incluido en el programa PSI-Gestión de casos
(1) Iribarren Felip, Míriam; (2) Díaz Ramos, Enrique Anibal; (3) Cobo Ariño, Marta.
(1) Enfermera. Hospital de Santa María. Lleida, Spain.; (2) Psiquiatra adjunto. Coordinador del
Centro de Atención y Seguimiento de Drogodependencias (CASD) l’Urgell. Hospital de Santa
María. Lleida. España; (3) (1)
Psicóloga. Coordinadora del Programa PSI-PUNSU y Coordinadora de Proyectos Individualizados. Hospital de Santa María. Lleida. España.
75/151. Assertive Outreach and supported housing in Zurich
Holder, Jan; Baumgartner-Nietlisbach, Gabriela; Briner, David.
N/I
75/152. Engagement through Community Treatment Orders (CTO): A study of the experiences
related to being involved in outpatient commitment with a Toronto hospital community mental
health team
(1) Tugg, Lorne; (2) Law, Samuel; (2) Berntson, Andrea; (3) Etherington, Nicole; (4) Francombe
Pridham, Kate; (5) Singer, Gordon.
(1) St. Michael’s Hospital; (2) Psychiatrist, Community Mental Health Services, St. Michael’s
Hospital, Toronto, Canada; (3) Social Worker, Community Mental Health Services, St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto, Canada; (4) Research Coordinator, Community Mental Health Services, St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto, Canada; (5) Peer Support Specialist, Community Mental Health Services, St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto, Canada.
75/153. Análisis de los pacientes dados de alta en el programa de tratamiento asertivo
comunitario de Albacete (2002-2013)
(1) Ivars Masegosa, David; (2) Blas, Luis Victor; (3) Fomer, Cristina Paz; (4) López Santiago,
José; (5) Martínez, Cristina.
(1) MIR Psiquiatría. Hospital Virgen del Perpetuo Socorro de Albacete, Albacete, España.; (2)
Psiquiatra. Jefe de Sección de la Unidad de Media Estancia de Albacete. Hospital del Perpetuo Socorro de Albacete, Programa de Tratamiento Asertivo-Comunitario, Albacete, España.;
(3) Psicóloga Clínica. Hospital del Perpetuo Socorro de Albacete, Programa de Tratamiento
Asertivo-Comunitario, Albacete, España.; (4) Psicólogo Clínico. Hospital del Perpetuo Socorro de Albacete, España.; (5) MIR Psiquiatría. Hospital Virgen del Perpetuo Socorro de
Albacete, Albacete, España.
75/154. Análisis de los pacientes derivados al Programa de Tratamiento asertivo Comunitario
de Albacete (2002-2013)
(1) Ivars Masegosa, David; (2) Fomer, Cristina Paz; (3) Blas, Luis Victor; (4) López Santiago,
José; (5) Martínez, Cristina.
(1) MIR Psiquiatría. Hospital Virgen del Perpetuo Socorro de Albacete, Albacete, España.;
(2) Psicóloga Clínica. Hospital del Perpetuo Socorro de Albacete, Programa de Tratamiento Asertivo-Comunitario, Albacete, España.; (3) Psiquiatra. Jefe de Sección de la Unidad
de Media Estancia de Albacete. Hospital del Perpetuo Socorro de Albacete, Programa de
Tratamiento Asertivo-Comunitario, Albacete, España.; (4) Psicólogo Clínico. Hospital Virgen
del Perpetuo Socorro de Albacete. Albacete, España.; (5) MIR Psiquiatría. Hospital Virgen del
Perpetuo Socorro de Albacete, Albacete, España.
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SOCIAL PROGRAMME
Wednesday, 26th June
06.30-07.30 pm
Dome
Niemeyer Centre
Welcome Appetizer
Avenida del Zinc, s/n
Avilés
Thursday, 27th June
10.00-10.30 am
Commercial Exhibition
Niemeyer Centre
Coffee break
Avenida del Zinc, s/n
Avilés
01.00-02.00 pm
Dome
Niemeyer Centre
Work lunch
Avenida del Zinc, s/n
Avilés
03.30-04.00 pm
Commercial Exhibition
Niemeyer Centre
Coffee break
Avenida del Zinc, s/n
Avilés
7.30 – 8.30 pm
Teatro Valdés
Theater Group Performance by the Nova ensemble.
C/ del Palacio Valdés, 3
Avilés
09.00 pm
Sidrería Casa Moisés
Conference Cocktail
C/ de la Muralla, 4
Avilés
Friday, 28th June
10.30-11.00 am
Commercial Exhibition
Niemeyer Centre
Coffee break
Avenida del Zinc, s/n
Avilés
01.00-02.00 pm
Dome
Niemeyer Centre
Work lunch
Avenida del Zinc, s/n
Avilés
During the Congress, there will be an exhibition of photographs and posters of the Red Cross theater group Nova at the
Commercial Exhibition Area.
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VENUE INFORMATION
Location of Venues
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Niemeyer Centre
1
2
Multi-Purpose Building
› Cinema Room
› Room 1
› Room 2
Auditorium
› Club Room
3
Dome
› Commercial Exhibition Area
4
Square
5
Tower
NH Palacio de Ferrera Hotel
Access to Invernadero
Entrance
Principado C
Principado B
Principado A
Information
OFFICIAL TRANSPORTS
COMMERCIAL EXHIBITION LAYOUT
Legend
Stand 1:
Otsuka
Stand 2:
Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Conference Dates and Venue
26th, 27th and 28th of June 2013.
Auxiliary venue (rooms)
Niemeyer Centre
Av del Zinc, s/n, 33400 Avilés, Asturias
Telephone number: (+34) 984 835 031 | (+34) 902 306 600
E-mail address: [email protected]
Hotel NH Palacio de Ferrera
Plaza de España, 9, 33400 Avilés, Asturias
Telephone number: (+34) 985 12 90 80
E-mail: nhpalaciodeferreranh-hotels.com
Technical Secretariat
Fase20 Congresos
C/ Narváez. 15-1º Izq. 28009 Madrid (Spain)
Phone: +34 902 430 960 | Fax: +34 902 430 959
www.fase20.com | [email protected]
Technical Secretariat Opening Times
The Technical Secretariat will be located the reception desk
of the entrance hall for, among other tasks, accreditation
hand-out, information, incidents, new registrations, speakers,
exhibitors, media, certificates and lost property.
2.00 - 6.30 pm
Wednesday, 26th June:
Thursday, 27th June: 08.00 am - 1.00 pm / 2.00-7.00 pm
Friday, 28th June:
08.00 am - 1.00 pm / 2.00-3.00 pm
Important notice
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Accreditation badges and information will be hand out at
the Technical Secretariat on Wednesday, 26th June from
2 pm on. Please make sure you have all the documents
needed.
To access the Conference Venue delegates shall bring
their personal accreditation badge, included in their documentation, at a visible place.
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Mobile phones shall remain switched off during the scientific activities.
› Any change in the scientific programme or update will be
published on the noticeboard at the Technical Secretariat.
› In order to access to social programme events, tickets or
invitations shall be presented to assistant staff if required.
Presentation hand-in
The handing in and pick-up of presentations will take place at the preview area set up for this purpose. Presentations shall be
handed in at least 2 hours before your activity takes place.
We recommend you hand in your presentation (CD-Rom or pendrive) when you arrive at the venue, even if you have your
activity the following day.
Simultaneous Interpretation Service
The organization has disposed simultaneous interpretation Spanish
instructions delivered by the hostess at the room entrance.
English for the Plenary Sessions. Please, follow the
Local Time
C.E.S.T. (Central European Summer Time) in Spain is 1 hour ahead G.M.T. (Greenwich Mean Time).
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Registration to the Congress
Registration can be made online, or also by sending the registration form by fax with the bank transfer or the credit card authorisation.
All registrations should be accompanied by full payment of the registration fee.
Important: No registration will be confirmed until payment is received.
Prices
Pre-conference (26th of June):
€ 70,00
1 day Conference (27th or 28th of June):
€ 295,00
2 days Conference (27th and 28th of June):
€ 550,00
Conference Cocktail:
V.A.T. included
€ 45,00
Congress Registration fee includes:
Documentation, coffee breaks, work lunches, certificate of attendance.
Cancellation Policy
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Participants cancelling their registration before the 15th April, will be refunded up to 90% of the registration fee.
Participants cancelling their registration before the 1st June, will be refunded up to 70% of the registration fee.
Participants cancelling their registration after the 1st June, will not be refunded.
Cancellations must be confirmed in writing to the Technical Secretariat: [email protected]
All refunds will be processed after the Congress.
Name substitutions are accepted at any time at an extra charge of € 50.
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Please send a copy of the transfer by fax: 0034 958 20 35 50 indicating the congress and the name of the participant. Once
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» Bank: Banco Popular Español
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› By check sent to Viajes Genil, S.A (Only checks received before 01/05/2013 will be accepted).
Bank transfer, currency exchange, etc., will be paid by the participant.
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Accommodation
Hotel reservations are made with a certain economic risk and are subject to cancellation policies imposed by the hotels themselves.
For this reason, we can only confirm a reservation once the payment has been received by credit card, cheque, or bank transfer.
IMPORTANT: From the moment the reservation is made, you will have 10 days to make the payment and to send proof of
payment to the Technical Secretariat (by email to [email protected], or by fax to 958 203 550). Otherwise, the
reservation will be automatically cancelled.
Hotels
HOTEL
Parque Astur
NH Palacio de Ferrera
Silken Villa de Avilés
El Magistral de Avilés
Villalegre
Villalegre
TYPE
CAT.
CITY
DUS DOBLE
ESTANDAR
4*
Corvera (Avilés)
€ 94
€ 105
ESTANDAR
5*
Avilés
€ 118
€ 129
ESTANDAR
4*
Avilés
€ 99
€ 110
ESTANDAR
3*
Avilés
€ 77
€ 94
DUI CAMA MATRIMONIO
3*
Aviles
€ 61
DOBLE
3*
Aviles
€ 72
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A valid email address is required to be able to confirm your reservation.
Cancellation Policy
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Cancellations that take place between May 26, 2013 and June 5, same year will incur a 50% cancellation fee.
Cancellations that take place further to June 6, 2013 will incur a 100% cancellation fee.
All refunds will be issued after the Conference is over.
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Information
Abstract Guidelines
General Information
Presentation and exhibition of the
Abstracts
1. The number of authors is limited to 6 per paper, including
the main author or presenter. The author selected to present
the paper shall be indicated in bold.
ORAL:
2. At least the author presenting the paper must be registered
to the Congress before the 1sh May 2013.
1. Time for presentation: 8 minutes, plus 2 minutes for comments and discussion.
3. No abstract alteration can be made after the 1st May
2013 at 11.59 p.m.
2. Presentation: Windows PowerPoint Projection. The use
of the Congress Official templates for Oral presentations is
mandatory.
4. The names of the author and co-author(s) shall appear
preceded by the family name (i.e. Simons, Mark). The order
of appearance shall be the one to be used for the subsequent
edition of the certificates and of the publication(s) where the
works may be included.
5. ABSTRACTS ARE ACCEPTED IN ENGLISH AND
SPANISH.
6. It is assumed that by submitting the paper, the author(s)
accept(s) all these criteria. The resulting evaluation of the papers
by the Scientific Committee shall be final. The Organization shall
reject all the abstracts that do not adhere to the norms stated.
7. All notifications shall be done via email. For that reason, it
is essential to indicate an email address in use as well as a
contact phone number of the person submitting or presenting the paper.
8. The acceptance or rejection of abstracts shall be notified
to the authors via email. At a later stage, the Technical Secretariat shall inform of day and time scheduled for presentation. The rules of presentation and planning details shall be
included in said communication or posterior mails.
9. Abstracts shall be distinguished between Oral and Poster
Presentations. The proposer shall select the format in which
they wish to present their paper at the time of submitting the abstract through the online application on the Congress website.
10. The number of abstracts that can be presented by each
designated person is limited to two.
3. Material: CD ROM or USB Memory. It must be submitted to
the designated area (which shall be detailed in the Congress
Program) at least 4 hours before the presentation. In the case
of presentations scheduled for the start of the following day,
they must be submitted the previous day although we recommend doing it just after collecting your credentials at the
Registration Desk. Presentations using personal laptops are
not permitted.
POSTER:
1. Presentation: A Virtual System for Exhibition shall be used
(Virtual Posters Area) starting on the 1st day of the Congress.
The use of the Congress Official templates for Poster presentations is recommended.
2. The submitted poster shall be in PowerPoint Presentation
format, with dimensions 50.8 cms. tall x 28,58 cms. wide.
These specifications shall be carefully followed, as those not
adjusted may be rejected. The poster cannot exceed 10
Megabytes.
3. Once the poster is accepted by the Scientific Committee,
the guidelines to create the poster as well as for its uploading
via the website application shall be sent to the main author
specified at the time of submission.
4. Virtual posters shall be displayed on Interactive touch
screens situated in the Posters Area/ Posters Exhibition Area.
11. Only those abstracts of each thematic area selected by
the Scientific Committee shall be presented in public.
Awards
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Award to the best poster: 1000 € awarded to the best poster presented at the Congress (sponsored by the Royal College
of Surgeons of Asturias).
› Award to the winner of the II EAOF Short-Film Contest: 2 registrations for the III European Congress on Assertive
Outreach, Norway 2015.
› Award to the most innovative project: 2 registrations for the III European Congress on Assertive Outreach, Norway 2015.
Virtual poster exhibition area
At the virtual poster exhibition area, each attendee would be able to consult his/her poster in digital format and printers are
provided. You would also be able to consult the poster on the interactive touch screens available at the exhibition area.
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Registration to workshops
Early registration to workshops was made possible on the website. At the venue you can register at the Workshop Registration
Point located at the Technical Secretariat Information Desk.
Registration for each of the sessions will be closed 10 minutes before activities commence. In the case you get late or no
vacancy is showed at a specific activity you can directly go to the room and subscribe to the waiting list. 10 minutes after the
activity starts the hostess shall start calling people from the list until completing room capacity.
Accreditation of Activities
UEMS- CME Credits
The ‘II European Congress on Assertive Outreach: Improving Integration’ is accredited by the
European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME) to provide the
following CME activity for medical specialists. The EACCME is an institution of the European
Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS), www.uems.net.
The ‘II European Congress on Assertive Outreach: Improving Integration’ is designated for a maximum of (or ‘for up to’) 12
hours of European external CME credits. Each medical specialist should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually
spent in the educational activity.
Through an agreement between the European Union of Medical Specialists and the American Medical Association, physicians
may convert EACCME credits to an equivalent number of AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Information on the process to
convert EACCME credit to AMA credit can be found at www.ama-assn.org/go/internationalcme.
Live educational activities, ocurring outside of Canada, recognized by the UEMS-EACCME for ECMEC credits are deemed
to be Accredited Group Learning Activities (Section 1) as defined by the Maintanance of Certification Program of the Royal
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.
Credits from the International Council of Nurses
This continuing education activity has been approved by the International Council of Nurses
(ICN) for the award of 15 International Continuing Nursing Education Credits (ICNECs).
Spanish National Accreditation-Continuing Medical Learning Credits
Activity accredited with a maximum of 3,38 Credits of Lifelong Learning by the Accreditation Agency
for Health Professionals of the Regional Government of El Principado de Asturias*
FILE
NUMBER
TITLE OF THE ACTIVITY
DATES
TOTAL
CREDITS
E0837
II EUROPEAN CONGRESS ON ASSERTIVE COMMUNITY
TREATMENT: IMPROVING INTEGRATION
1st Edition: 26/06/2013 to
28/06/2013
3,38
1st Edition: 26/06/2013 to
28/06/2014
0,05
1st Edition: 26/06/2013 to
28/06/2015
0,18
1st Edition: 26/06/2013 to
28/06/2016
0,01
1st Edition: 26/06/2013 to
28/06/2017
0,25
1st Edition: 26/06/2013 to
28/06/2018
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E0842
E0843
E0844
E0845
E0846
II EUROPEAN CONGRESS ON ASSERTIVE OUTREACH:
IMPROVING INTEGRATION.
Conference (30 minutes)
II EUROPEAN CONGRESS ON ASSERTIVE OUTREACH:
IMPROVING INTEGRATION. Conference (60 minutes)
II EUROPEAN CONGRESS ON ASSERTIVE OUTREACH:
IMPROVING INTEGRATION. Conference (10 minutes)
II EUROPEAN CONGRESS ON ASSERTIVE OUTREACH:
IMPROVING INTEGRATION. Symposium (1'30 hours)
II EUROPEAN CONGRESS ON ASSERTIVE OUTREACH:
IMPROVING INTEGRATION.
Conference (10 minutes)
E0847
II EUROPEAN CONGRESS ON ASSERTIVE OUTREACH:
IMPROVING INTEGRATION. Workshop (1'30 hours)
1st Edition: 26/06/2013 to
28/06/2019
0,22
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II EUROPEAN CONGRESS ON ASSERTIVE OUTREACH:
IMPROVING INTEGRATION. Workshop (1 hour)
1st Edition: 26/06/2013 to
28/06/2020
0,17
* Provisional Resolution.
Activity declared of Scientific and Health Interest by the Health Council
of the Regional Government of El Principado de Asturias. Ref.: 516/2012.
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Information
Dutch Accreditation
The Dutch Accreditation Council (Raad voor Accreditatie-RvA) has awarded the Congress as follows:
Psychiatrists
Nederlandse vereniging voor psychiatrie: 13 points.
Psychologists
klinisch psychologen BIG: 13 points
Eerste lijns psychologie NIP: treatment 10 points, diagnostics 3points, general 2 points.
Nurses
Verpleegkundig specialisten: 15 points
Access Control
Assistance to the sessions will be checked at the entry of the rooms with Entry Control Access Arches. Please, carry your
accreditation card in a visible place, so that the arch can detect your entry to the rooms. Otherwise, the arch will not register
your entry.
The arch will control the time you stay at the room. The accreditation shall be calculated out of the number of activities taking
into account the nature and duration of each of the activities.
Should you have any further doubt, hostess will be located at the door of each room 10 minutes before the beginning of
the activity and 10 minutes after it. To download the certificates you shall enter your User Area at the Congress’ website
(www.eaofaviles2013.com) once the conference is finished.
Certificates
Certificates shall be made available at your User Area on the website www.eaofaviles2013.com once the congress is finished.
There you shall enter your USER and PASSWORD data for their download. Depending on the nature of your registration, the
following certificates apply:
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Certificate of registration: registration to the congress, but it does not verify the attendance.
Certificate of attendance: attendance the congress.
Certificate of collaboration: speakers, moderators and committees.
Abstract certificate: an abstract has been presented at the congress. Only the author(s) that is registered can download a
copy of this certificate.
› Certificate of accreditation:
» UEMS-EACCME credits (European Union of Medical Specialists): this certificate applies to fully qualify medical specialist. These credits also apply to general practitioners. EACCME credits may be recognized by other medical professional
categories. The relevant associations should be able to tell you whether they recognize them or not.
» ICNECs credits: The International Council of Nurses shall issue their own certificates. During the congress and within
the following two months, the Technical Secretariat shall provide you with the Attendance verification forms for each of
the days. NOTE: No Attendance verification form shall be accepted after the 15th August, 201.
» Spanish National Accreditation: this certificate applies to general practitioners, and it is the official Certification for
Lifelong Learning in Spain.
» Dutch Accreditation: Please, once the Conference is over, email the Secretariat of the EAOF ([email protected]) indicating
in the subject “II ECAO Accreditation Request”, and where information regarding your medical specialty is included.
Accreditation badges
Red: Committee and Directive Board
Blue: Speaker
Pink: Day Pass (27th June)
Yellow: Day Pass (28th June)
Green: Full Registration (27th-28th June) and guests
Grey: Press
White: Technical Secretariat
Purple: Exhibitor
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GRID OF ACTIVITIES
Centro Niemeyer
PRECONGRESS ACTIVITIES
Dome
04.00 pm
04.30 pm
03.00 - 03.30 pm
03.30 - 04.00 pm
Using Research to Refine
Assertive Outreach.
(Tom Burns)
Benefits/ limitations of certification
of ACT and FACT. (Remmers van
Veldhuizen)
Pause
Wednesday
26th June 2013
04.30 - 05.00 pm
Effects of Assertive Outreach
in Avilés. (Juan José MartínezJambrina)
Centro Niemeyer
SOCIAL ACTIVITY
Thursday
27th June 2013
Auditorium
PLENARY PRESENTATIONS
08.30 - 09.00 am
9.00 - 09.30 am
09.30 - 10.00 am
Short Opening: Opening and Short
Welcome
(Juan José Martínez-Jambrina &
Niels Mulder)
Plenary Presentation 1: The importance of
integrated outpatient services.
(Francisco Torres-González)
Plenary Presentation 2: Integration of
addiction services in Assertive Outreach.
(Patrick Boyle)
Centro Niemeyer
ACTIVITIES SESSION 1
Auditorium
11.30 am - 01.00 pm
ACTIVITIES SESSION 2
01.00 pm
02.00 pm
Integration of two assertive outreach models
02.00 - 03.30 pm
03.30 pm
04.00 pm
Better Care for European Patients Wandering across
Borders
Room 1
Integrated recovery in Early Psychosis
treatment; the challenge of getting the basics
right in health and housing
Room 2
Legislation and practice of involuntary
outpatient care in different countries of
Europe
Cinema
Assertive Community Treatment Experiences
in patients with borderline personality
disorder
Users and their relatives at the Assertive Community
Treatment and the reforms in the safety measures
with the new reform of the Spanish Penal Code
Club
Recovery and peers in MH. The perspective
of expertise
Forensic Assertive Community Treatement (ForACT):
Forensic psychiatric outpatient care and the
cooperation with FACT teams: the best of two
Work Lunch
An overview of the FACT model, the philosophy and
daily practice discussed
ACT-Models and Hometreatment in Germany.
Pause
Thursday
27th June 2013
NH Ferrera Hotel
Principado B
Principado C
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The Vessel of the Crazy. Brush-Strokes of a
Community Psychiatric
Shared caseload, shared goals, shared
interventions? How to integrate the multiple
disciplines in a Flexible Assertive Community
Treatment team
Involuntary outpatient treatment for persons
with severe mental illness: results in the
city of valencia (spain) and the views of the
people involved
Implementation of Illness Management and Recovery
(IMR), results of a pilot study
AO for people with a mild intellectual disability
Where do the beds go?
Pause
Principado A
Integrated vs functional models in responding
to severe and persistent mental illness in the
community: a cross-country comparison
FACTS about Assertive Outreach
Work Lunch
Invernadero
Information
Wednes day
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
05.00 - 05.30 pm
Working on model fidelity.
(Gregory Teague)
05.30 - 06.00 pm
06.00 - 06.30 pm
Discussion on the importance
(or not) of model fidelity
ELVIRA LINDO: Fiction as therapy
06.30 - 07.30 pm
Welcome Appetizer
Thurs day
10.00 am
10.30 am
10.30 - 11.00 am
11.00 - 11.30 am
Pause
PLENARY PRESENTATIONS
Plenary Presentation 3: Treatment of Refractary
Schizophrenia.
(José María Villagrán Moreno)
Plenary Presentation 4: Housing First: Ending Homelessness,
Supporting Recovery and Community Integration.
(San Tsemberis)
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ACTIVITIES SESSION 3
ACTIVITIES SESSION 4
ACTIVITIES SESSION 5
04.00 - 05.00 pm
05.00 - 06.00 pm
06.00 - 07.00 pm
Is the networking community model possible for
recovery? The model of Tenerife
The maintenance of ordinary employment
for people with severe mental illness
The Role of Relatives and Caregivers in
ACT
Oral Presentation I
Oral Presentations II
Oral Presentations III
Moving from inpatient mental health care
towards community mental health care and
assertive outreach as an organization: problems,
challenges, results and benefits
Pharmacological treatment of refractory
schizophrenia. PPT
Experiences with DACTS & FACTS-audits
A clinical treatment can still be an intermezzo
instead of a permanent institution
Physical health programs implemented in the
ACT program of the Mental Health network of
Álava
Assertive Outreach for Severe Mentally Ill
Patients: Common Factors for Regional
Variation
High & Intensive Care (HIC), If it doesn?t work @
Home
Integrating criminals back into "good
life". Forensic Assertive Outreach in the
Netherlands
Intensive Outreach: Two effective models to
integrate treatment and enhance community
safety
Family Motivational Intervention, a training in
motivational interviewing for carers to support
reduction of drug use in patients with severe
mental illness
Key elements to successfully implement an ACT
team: the experience of Ferrol
The Hospitality ward: a new vision on admission
Labor integration of the severe mentally ill
patient: protected employment and supporting
employment. Experiences in Asturias
12 ways to resolve a crisis
Clinical and Ethical Considerations in the
Covert Administration of Medication in
Assertive Community Treatment: a Case of
Boundary Expansion
Smoking cessation, is it worth it?
Starting up a Community Assertive
Treatment team. PPT
Dealing with Basic Instincts
Transcultural concepts applied to ACT in
multicultural settings
Leary's Rose, a theoretical framework with
practical implications to work together with
clients, family and everybody around them
Shared decision making and severe mental
disorder. PPT
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Centro Niemeyer
Friday
28th June 2013
Auditorium
P
08.30 - 08.45 am
Plenary Presentation 5:
Integrated Assertive Outreach in Europe: a consensus-based model.
(Niels Mulder)
Centro Niemeyer
ACTIVITIES SESSION 6
Friday
28th June 2013
09.30 - 10.30 am
Auditorium
Room 1
New mobile mental health teams in Belgium
The Avilés Model for the development of Community Treatment Teams. PPT
Room 2
Oral Presentations IV
Cinema
Assessment of the Individualised Service Plan of the Eixample of Barcelona after 10 years (2002-2012)
Club
Home Care for people with Severe Mental Illnesses in the rural environment
NH Ferrera Hotel
Invernadero
Short Films Projection
Principado A
IDDT and assertive outreach
Principado B
Primary Attention in the care of people with Severe Mental Illnesses
Principado C
Moving “Habicité” towards a recovery oriented ACT program.
Regarding our experience within a psychiatric service in North of France
Centro Niemeyer
Auditorium
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PLENARY PRESENTATIONS
12.00 - 12.30 pm
12.30 - 01.00 pm
01.00 pm
02.00 pm
Plenary Presentation 8:
Integrating consumer experts into outpatient
mental health teams.
(Marjan Ter Avest Brake)
Plenary Presentation 9:
Integration of SMI patients in society.
(José Juan Uriarte)
Work Lunch
Friday
28th June 2013
Information
Fri day
LENARY PRESENTATIONS
08.45 - 09.00 am
09.00 - 09.30 am
Plenary Presentation 6:
Preliminary results from the evaluation of the first 12 ACT-teams in Norway.
(Torleif Ruud)
Plenary Presentation 7:
Working on recovery in the context of Assertive Outreach.
(Marianne Farkas)
ACTIVITIES SESSION 7
10.30 am
11.00 am
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
– formation programme based on expertise in other countries
Pause
Use of psychotropic drugs in ACT teams
Oral Presentations V
How do we keep FACT-patients alive? A non-invasive method of identifying patients at increased cardiovascular risk
The care of Community Care in Galicia: from custody to empowerment
The role of nursery in Community Assertive Treatment teams
Pause
Model of Integrated Outreach Case Management
An evaluation of integrating specialist AO into standard community mental health teams in England using FACT
Forensic continuity of care in Amsterdam and the role of ACT in this care
PLENARY PRESENTATIONS
SOCIAL ACTIVITY
02.00 - 02.30 pm
02.30 - 03.00 pm
Plenary Presentation 10:
Continuity of Care in an Integrated Mental
Health Network: components and levels of
intensity. (Marifé Bravo-Ortiz)
Plenary Presentation 11:
Evolution of Assertive Outreach
(Alan Rosen)
03.00 - 04.00 pm
Closing Ceremony
(Awards: Best movie/innovative project/poster.
Presentation of the 2015 Congress in Norway)
Plenary Presentation
Legend
Symposium
Workshop
Oral Presentations
Social Activities
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SPONSORS
CO-SPONSORSHIPS
COLLABORATORS
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Information
ORGANISER
The aim of the European Assertive Outreach Foundation (EAOF) is to stimulate a European-wide dialogue about the development
of evidence-based models of Assertive Outreach (AO). AO interventions target severely mentally ill (SMI) patients in the
community, and can be carried out by various multidisciplinary services. Although not all European countries have Assertive
Outreach programmes, different programmes can vary widely, particularly with regard to organisational models, patient groups,
client participation and research findings. In some European countries AO is widely implemented, a few countries are about
to implement AO, and in many other countries there is no AO available. The EAOF brings together clinicians, researchers and
policy makers to discuss ways to optimize outpatient care for patients with SMI, including case-finding, searching for ways
to increase motivation for treatment and service engagement, participation by clients and their families, rehabilitation and
recovery. The EAOF aims at setting up a European AO network, by organizing international AO conferences every two years in
one of the European countries. The EAOF stimulates research across different countries to investigate and compare models of
AO, their cost-effectiveness, and the development and implementation of other evidence-based practices within the context of
AO. The EAOF will help ensure that the most vulnerable citizens in our communities receive the highest possible quality of care.
With special thanks to the Local Organizing Committee.
TECHNICAL SECRETARIAT
Fase 20 Congresos
C/ Narváez. 15-1º Izq.
28009 Madrid (Spain)
Tlf: + 34 902 430 960
Fax: +34 902 430 959
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.fase20.com
http://eaofaviles2013.com/
https://www.facebook.com/eaofaviles2013
@ecaoii
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