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Tuesday, June 28

8.30 - 10.10 h. - Plenary Session: One - Empowerment & Transformation

Location: William Sangster - Level 2

Chairs:

Prof. D. Michelle Riba

Past President APA and Joint Chair of Scientific Committee


Tsuyoshi Akiyama

President-Elect WFMH


Dr Nasser Loza

President WFMH


Engaging and empowering mental health service users, families and carers – we can do better

Plenary Speaker:

David Crepaz-Keay

Mental Health Foundation UK.


A whole system approach to working together

Plenary Speaker:

Afzal Javed

WPA President


Wielding power, promoting empowerment: the delicate paradox of power gradients in global mental health care today

Plenary Speaker:

Professor Vincenzo Di Nicola

WASP President Elect.


Bringing mental health research into clinical practice

Plenary Speaker:

Professor Pierre Thomas

Head of the Psychiatry, Lille University Hospital & Co-chair of the National Steering Committee for Psychiatry. WDP.


Discussion

10.10 - 11.10 h. - Invited Speakers: 21st Century Advocacy & Working Together.

Location: William Sangster - Level 2

Chair:

Tsuyoshi Akiyama

President-Elect WFMH


10.10 - 11.10 h. - Free Paper: Session 1.

Location: Robert Perks - Level 1

Chairs:

Ms. Claire Brooks

President, ModelPeople. Founder Member, The World Dignity Project.


Dr. Evangelia Chrysikou

Healthcare Architect, Lecturer (Assistant professor) the Bartlett Real Estate Institute UCL, Programme Director MSc Healthcare Facilities, University College London (UCL).


Abstracts

525/90 ‘WE ARE LIVING THE DAY AS IT IS’: EXPERIANCES OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AMONG PEOPLE WITH SEVERE MENTAL ILLNESS AND THEIR FAMILIES IN A SOUTH AFRICAN LOW-RESOURCE SETTIING

Brooke-Sumner, Carrie¹, Brooke-Sumner, Carrie², Rapiya, Bongwekazi³, Myers, Bronwyn⁴, Petersen, Inge⁵

525/124 SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS (SDGS) FOR PERSONAL AND SOCIAL WELLBEING

Willis, Jenny¹

525/125 INTERNAL CONSISTENCY OF THE ISIZULU VERSION OF THE GENERALISED ANXIETY DISORDER (GAD-7) SCALE AMONG FIRST YEAR STUDENTS AT A UNIVERSITY IN SOUTH AFRICA

John-Langba, Johannes¹, Gopal, Nirmala², Shishane, Kwanele³

525/135 ADDICTION, MADNESS AND CREATIVITY: Chicken or Egg?

Yoganathan, Nadarasar¹

525/140 PSYCHOTHERAPY BASED ON PATANJALI YOGA: YAMA AND NIYAMA (OBSERVANCES AND ABSTENTIONS)

Sharma, Indira¹

10.10 - 11.10 h. - Free Paper: Session 2.

Location: Donald English - Level 2

Chairs:

Mr. Yaccub Enum

Public Health Principal. WDP .


Andrew Mohanraj Chandrasekaran

Treasurer WFMH


Abstracts

525/128 HOW TO ADDRESS HEALTHCARE WORKER GRIEF: MODELS FOR RESILIENCY BUILDING

Athanasios, Amira¹

525/137 EFFECTIVENESS OF THE PARENTAL TRAINING ON DECREASING PARENTAL STRESS AND ENHANCING QUALITY OF LIFE THROUGH ACCEPTANCE AND COMMITMENT THERAPY (ACT) DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Mak, Yim Wah¹, MAK, YIM WAH², LEUNG, DORIS YIN PING³, HUI, SIN SUM SAMUEL⁴, WONG, LAI FAN FIDELIA⁵

525/160 EXPLORING HOW THE “MOTHERS HELPERS” NGO COULD STRENGTHEN MATERNAL MENTAL HEALTH IN NEW ZEALAND A QUALITATIVE CASE STUDY

Fan, Qing¹, Neely, Eva¹

525/162 India's Experience in implementing the Mental Healthcare Act, 2017 - Learnings for the developing world

Kanwar, Mrinal

11.10 - 11.30 h. Break

11.30 - 12.30 h. - Invited Speakers: WDP (World Dignity Project). Promoting access to wellbeing and mental health.

Location: Donald English - Level 2

Policy and mental health

Speaker:

Professor Jean-Luc Roelandt

Professor WHO collaborating center EPSM Lille Meteopole.


Rights and mental health

Speaker:

Simon Vasseur-Bacle

Centre Collaborateur de l'Organisation Mondiale de la Santé (Lille, France) - EPSM Lille Métropole. CCOMS .


Making dignity an integral component in mental health delivery

Speaker:

Ms. Claire Brooks

President, ModelPeople. Founder Member, The World Dignity Project.


11.30 - 12.30 h. - Symposium: Session 1. Mental Health & Human rights of older people: a global priority

Location: Robert Perks - Level 1

Chair:

Dr Carlos Augusto de Mendonca Lima

Chair of WPA Section Old Age Psychiatry


Need for a UN convention on the rights of older persons

Speaker:

Kiran Rhaberu

Upholding the human rights of older persons at the end of life: it is never too late

Speaker:

Carmelle Peisah

Human rights and dignity based care in individuals living with dementia

Speaker:

Dr. Debanjan Banerjee

Why Human Rights are so important for Mental Health of Older Persons?

Speaker:

Carlos Augusto de Mendoca Lima

11.30 - 12.30 h. - Invited Speakers: Launch of WHO World Health Report: Transforming mental health for all

Location: William Sangster - Level 2

Chair:

Roberto Mezzina

VP Programme Development WFMH


Speaker:

Dra. Dévora Kestel

Director, Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse, WHO World Health Organisation, Geneva


12.30 - 13.30 h. Break

12.30 - 13.30 h. - e-Poster Session: Session 1.

Location: Robert Perks - Level 1

Abstracts

525/16 ONGOING CALL FOR MENTAL AND PHYSICAL HEALTH INTEGRATION

Gupta, Sangeeta¹

525/17 ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES (ACES) AND HEALTH IMPACT ACROSS LIFE COURSE

Gupta, Sangeeta¹

525/38 Consequences of the COVID-19 among individuals with autism in eight Latin American countries

Silvestre PAULA, CRISTIANE¹, Silvestre PAULA, CRISTIANE², Valdez, Daniel³, Montiel-Nava, Cecilia⁴, Rattazzi, Alexia⁵

525/48 YOUNG REFUGEES WITH PROBLEMATIC USE OF ALCOHOL AND / OR CANNABIS – DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF THE BEPREPARED APP AS A DIGITAL HEALTH INTERVENTION

Fischer, Laura¹, Kölligan, Vera², Klein, Michael³

525/123 EXPLORING INTERNALISED STIGMA AMONG PEOPLE LIVING WITH SEVERE MENTAL ILLNESS IN A CARIBBEAN ISLAND OF BARBADOS

Venner, Shani¹, Campbell, Michael², Emmanuel, Maisha³

525/143 Self-help: a systematic review of the efficacy of mental health apps for LMIC’s

Laher, Sumaya¹

525/155 PEER-TO-PEER SUPPORT FOR YOUNG ASYLUM SEEKERS LIVING AT A REFUGEE CAMP ON A GREEK ISLAND

Kourkoula, Foteini, Papathanasiou, Chrysovalantis¹, Georgiou, Kanella², Barbaressos, Filipos², Hosseini, Mahdi², Ebeke Dang, Steve², Vasilopoulos, Fotis, Mantzari, Anastasia, Menediatou, Angeliki, Stylianidis, Stelios

13.30 - 14.00 h. - Innovative Practice

Chairs:

Sabine Bährer-Kohler

WFMH Director


Professor Henk Parmentier

Founder member World Dignity Project and Nova University Lisbon, Portugal.


Dementia

Location: William Sangster - Level 2

Chairs:

Yueqin Huang

Professor and Director.Division of Social Psychiatry and Behavioural Medicine, Institute of Mental Health/The Sixth Hosptial, Peking University.


Dr Carlos Augusto de Mendonca Lima

Chair of WPA Section Old Age Psychiatry


Family therapy and mental health in a time of crisis and displacement

Location: Robert Perks - Level 1

Chair:

Todd M. Edwards

Family Therapist. WDP .


Speaker:

JoEllen Paterson

13.30 - 14.00 h. - Free Paper: Session 3.

Location: Donald English - Level 2

Chairs:

Silvia Raggi

Psychologist. Director at WFMH. Past President of AASM. Current Secretary General of AASM (Argentine Association of Mental Health).


Unaiza Niaz

Adjunct Professor UHS.Faculty DUHS. Consultant Psychiatrist & Psychotherapist. Dow University of Health Sciences, Karachi, Pakistan(DUHS). University of Health Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan.(UHS). The Psychiatric Clinic & Stress Research Centre, Zamzama ,Karachi.


Abstracts

525/37 Symposium:‘Together for Mental Health’: A visual research to explore collaboration between mental health workers and healers to improve mental health care and reduce coercion and restraint in Ghana an

Colucci, Erminia¹, Setiyawati, Diana², Kpobi, Lily³, Read, Ursula⁴, Prastyani, Ade⁵

525/39 Suicide First Aid Guidelines: A community-based suicide prevention strategy for culturally-diverse populations

Colucci, Erminia¹

14.00 - 15.40 h. - Plenary Session: Two - The Future of Mental Health.

Location: William Sangster - Level 2

Chairs:

Prof. Norman Sartorius

Association for the Improvement of Mental Health Programmes (AMH).


Roberto Mezzina

VP Programme Development WFMH


Unaiza Niaz

Adjunct Professor UHS.Faculty DUHS. Consultant Psychiatrist & Psychotherapist. Dow University of Health Sciences, Karachi, Pakistan(DUHS). University of Health Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan.(UHS). The Psychiatric Clinic & Stress Research Centre, Zamzama ,Karachi.


Mental health and our future workforce – delivering quality

Plenary Speaker:

Prof. Norman Sartorius

Association for the Improvement of Mental Health Programmes (AMH).


Policymakers and the delivery of better mental health

Plenary Speaker:

John Bowis

Patron of Health First Europe; Patron of Apex Trust; Patron Fund for Epilepsy. Chairs Health Advisory Board, GSK; Adviser to FIPRA. Board Member: Global Initiative on Psychiatry, Gamian Europe, European Men’s Health Forum, Sane, and Maastricht University Health Faculty; Vice President, European Brain Council, Diabetes UK, Epilepsy Research UK; Ambassador, National Aids Trust and Alzheimer’s


Redefining mental health in the European context

Plenary Speaker:

Jukka Käkkäinen

WFMH Regional VP Europe.


Discussion

15.40 - 16.00 h. Break

16.00 - 18.00 h. - Opening Ceremony: Plenary Three. Mental Health: a global priority.

Location: William Sangster - Level 2

Mental health: a global priority

Speaker:

Dra. Dévora Kestel

Director, Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse, WHO World Health Organisation, Geneva


Mental health from 1948 to the present – what has been achieved?

Chair:

Dr. Nasser Loza

President WFMH


Making the best of World Mental Health Day

Speaker:

Professor Gabriel Ivbijaro MBE JP

Secretary General WFMH and Founder World Dignity Project. Visiting Professor of Population Mental Health, NOVA University, Lisbon, Portugal. Honorary Visiting Fellow, Bradford University School of Management, UK. Medical Director, The Wood Street Health Centre, London, UK.


Mental health: We can and need to do better

Patron:

HRH Princess Iman Afzan Al-sultan Abdullah of Malaysia

Patron, WFMH Congress 2022


Wednesday, June 29

8.30 - 10.10 h. - Plenary Session: Four - Citizenship.

Chairs:

Andrew Mohanraj Chandrasekaran

Treasurer WFMH


Sunil Mittal

WFMH VP Constituency Development


Brigitte Khoury

WFMH Regional VP Eastern Mediterranean. Associate professor and clinical psychologist at the Psychiatry Department at the Faculty of Medicine, American University of Beirut.


Sustainable development and mental health – leaving nobody behind

Speaker:

Professor Sir Graham Thornicroft

Psychiatrist. University KCL.


Disaster and mental health – the role of social psychiatry

Speaker:

Thomas Craig

Past President WASP


Changes in mental health services during the COVID-19 pandemic in Chile: A Mixed Study.

Speaker:

Olga Toro Devia

Head of Mental Health Programme. School of Public Health. Faculty of Medicine Universidad de Chile.


Abstracts

525/97 Changes in mental health services during the COVID-19 pandemic in Chile: A Mixed Study.

Toro Devia, Olga¹, Solis-Araya, Camila², Soto-Brandt, Gonzalo³, Sepúlveda-Queipul, Camilo⁴, Pino, Pamela⁵, Loyola, Franco⁵, Irarrazaval, Matías⁶, Alvarado-Muñoz, Rubén⁷

Co-creating dignity experiences in mental health service delivery

Speaker:

Ms. Claire Brooks

President, ModelPeople. Founder Member, The World Dignity Project.


Discussion

10.10 - 11.10 h. - WFMH Round Table Discussion: Regional Position Statement Asia Pacific.

Speaker:

Roy Kallivayalil

WFMH Regional VP Asia Pacific and Past-President of WASP.


10.10 - 11.10 h. - WFMH Round Table Discussion: The mental health challenges of Oceania Region.

Speaker:

Ms. Julie Millard

WFMH Regional VP Oceania. Credentialed Mental Health Nurse.


10.10 - 11.10 h. - WFMH Round Table Discussion: Europe

Speaker:

Prof. Jukka Kärkkäinen

WFMH Regional VP Europe. Doctor of Medical Science (DMedSci), Specialist in Psychiatry, Specialist´s Qualification in Administration and Master of Science (MSc, Law).


10.10 - 11.10 h. - Free Paper: Session 4.

Chairs:

Edmund Pi

University of Southern California (USC) Keck School of Medicine.


Dr. Alberto Trimboli

Past President WFMH


Abstracts

525/66 MANAGING MENTAL ILLNESS IN GHANA

Otemah, Millicent¹

525/70 Mental Health and Migrant Populations : An uprising Conundrum in Anglophone Crisis in Cameroon

B.N. Fonki, Perpetua¹

525/75 Design and evaluation of mental health campaigns during the Covid19 pandemic in France

Gillaizeau, Ingrid¹, Nuquet, Colombine², Lecrique, Jean-Michel³, Du-Roscöat, Enguerrand⁴, Arwidson, Pierre⁵

525/141 Peer Support for Youth with Mental Health Concerns and Problematic Substance Use: A Scoping Review

Devoe, Daniel¹, Anderson, Alida², Patten, Scott¹, DIMITROPOULOS, Gina¹, SAVADLOU, AISOUDA¹

10.10 - 11.10 h. - Symposium: Session 2. Mental health in times of conflict.

The Psychological Legacy of the Lebanese Civil War in Paramilitary Veterans

Speaker:

Joseph El Khoury

The Beirut Explosion Psychological Impact Study: A Cross Sectional Population Survey

Speaker:

Brigitte Khoury

WFMH Regional VP Eastern Mediterranean. Associate professor and clinical psychologist at the Psychiatry Department at the Faculty of Medicine, American University of Beirut.


MHPS Support of the population within Russian-Ukrainian war

Speaker:

Dr Viktor Vus

WFMH Director. PhD in psychology, Associate Professor, PgPS in Management.


11.10 - 11.30 h. Break

11.30 - 12.30 h. - WFMH Round Table Discussion: Latin American Psychiatry: current perspectives and challenges

Speaker:

Fernando Lolas Stepke

WFMH Regional VP Latin America. University of Chile.


11.30 - 12.30 h. - Free Paper: Sessión 5.

Chairs:

Todd M. Edwards

Family Therapist. WDP .


Pratima Singh

Psychiatrist. Hertfordshire partnership Trust.


Abstracts

525/65 GENERATION OF POLITICAL PRIORITY FOR GLOBAL MENTAL HEALTH: A QUALITATIVE POLICY

Iemmi, Valentina¹

525/91 Workplace mental health:

Mikail, Samuel¹

525/122 MENTAL HEALTH INNOVATION NETWORK: SUPPORTING INNOVATION TO ADDRESS THE BURDEN OF MENTAL, NEUROLOGICAL AND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS WORLDWIDE

Muhia, Joy¹, Cronin de Chavez, Anna², Eaton, Julian³

11.30 - 12.30 h. - Free Paper: Session 6.

Chairs:

Professor Ben Wright

Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist ELFT UK, Honorary Senior Lecturer City University London, Visiting Professor NOVA University Lisbon Portugal


Spyridon Zormpas

Abstracts

525/27 SELF-CARE PRACTICES FOR ANXIETY DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC IN THE UK IN ADULTS

Laban-Sharman, Antony¹, Majumdar, Dr Anne²

525/43 Primary health care professionals’ views on the (im)possibility of including infant mental health care in regular consultations

Cardoso Esswein, Georgius¹, Gil, Pedro², Schnor, Amanda³, Dias, Adriana³, Lopes, Rita⁴

525/85 MENTAL HEALTH TASK-SHARING IN SOUTH AFRICA: AN EXPLORATION OF POTENTIAL ROLES FOR CLINICAL ASSOCIATES AND A CLINICAL SPECIALISATION

Moodley, Saiendhra¹, Moodley, Saiendhra², Wolvaardt, Liz³, Grobler, Stoffel⁴

525/108 ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN PSYCHOLOGICAL FLEXIBILITY AND EMOTION REGULATION STRATEGIES, AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN PATIENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA RECRUITED FROM 51 COMMUNITY RESIDENTIAL SITES

Mak, Yim Wah¹, MAK, Yim Wah²

11.30 - 12.30 h. - The Wellness Lab: Empowering the professional and service user? Part 1

Speaker:

Liam Hand

12.30 - 13.00 h. - WFMH Round Table Discussion: EMRO

Chair:

Brigitte Khoury

WFMH Regional VP Eastern Mediterranean. Associate professor and clinical psychologist at the Psychiatry Department at the Faculty of Medicine, American University of Beirut.


12.30 - 13.00 h. - Free Paper: Session 9. Caring for caregivers.

Chairs:

Jenny Rayner

Co-Founder, Red Rocket Events.


Ms. Ljiljana Vucicevic

Head of Communications. Volunteer. WDP.


12.30 - 13.00 h. - Free Paper: Session 7.

Chairs:

Mr. Steve Maingot

Project Manager. Charity Secretary. WDP.


Ms. Lisa Weston- Mangion

Trustee, World Dignity Project - CEO, The Wellness Lab. Barrister and Mediator.


Abstracts

525/117 Prevalence and Factors Associated with Mental Illness Symptoms among School Students during the COVID-19 Pandemic in the United Arab Emirates

Ghader, Nariman¹, Fikri, Asma², AbdulRazzak, Hira², Saleheen, Hassan³, Saddik, Basema⁴

525/133 Hierarchical and nested relationship between depression,quality of life,social support and marriage and suicide risk for the elderly in rural China:A machine learning analysis of psychological autopsy

Cao, Yourong¹, Chen, Xinguang², Jia, Cunxian³, Zhou, Liang⁴, Ma, Zhenyu¹

12.30 - 13.00 h. - Free Paper: Session 8.

Chairs:

Professor Jean-Luc Roelandt

Professor WHO collaborating center EPSM Lille Meteopole.


Simon Vasseur-Bacle

Centre Collaborateur de l'Organisation Mondiale de la Santé (Lille, France) - EPSM Lille Métropole. CCOMS .


Abstracts

525/109 GHANA MENTAL HEALTH PREVALENCE OF DEPRESSION AMONG OLDER PEOPLE

ADJEI, JOHN¹

525/110 VULNERABLE POPULATION AND MENTAL HEALTH DISORDERS IN PRISONS

DANSO, GILBERT¹

525/142 EDUCATION, LIFE-STYLE AND HEALTH

Sharma, Indira¹

13.00 - 14.00 h. Break

13.00 - 14.00 h. - e-Poster Session: Session 2.

Abstracts

525/34 Barriers to Access Care among Brazilian Children and Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Silvestre PAULA, CRISTIANE¹, Silvestre PAULA, CRISTIANE², Beatriz Araripe, Beatriz³, Bordini, Danie⁴, Rodrigues Cunha, Graccielle⁵

525/59 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PARENTING STYLE AND DEPRESSION AMONG RURAL ADOLESCENTS

Zheng, Junlong¹, Li, Yu²

525/96 Qualitative research by mean of thematic analysis on the alert plan in pictures

van Rossum-Kruithof, Stèphanie¹

525/113 ASSESSING PATIENT-PROVIDER COMPATIBILITY AND IT'S IMPLICATIONS IN IMPROVING CARE

Rowley, Benjamin¹, Rowley, Benjamin², Reuss, Andrew³, Reasoner, Lark³, Burt, Allie³

525/114 IS TIKTOK INCREASING THE NUMBER OF SELF-DIAGNOSES OF ADHD IN YOUNG PEOPLE?

Gilmore, Rebecca¹

525/115 STUDENT MENTAL HEALTH ANALYSIS AFTER THE RETURN TO THE FACE-TO-FACE TEACHING IN UNIVERSITY

Peressini, Melina¹, Cabellos, Yolanda¹, Ureña-Vacas, Isabel², Serrano, Dolores Remedios³, González-Burgos, Elena¹, Pardo, María del Carmen⁴

525/129 HOW TRANSGENDER YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH IS AFFECTED BY ANTI-TRANS POLICY ENACTMENT IN THE UNITED STATES

Athanasios, Amira¹

525/154 CAPTURING THE REFUGEE LIFE: A PHOTOVOICE PROJECT IN GREECE

Papathanasiou, Chrysovalantis¹, Mantzari, Anastasia², Stylianidis, Stelios³

13.00 - 14.00 h. - e-Poster Session: Session 3.

Abstracts

525/18 MENTAL HEALTH AND WORKERS IN THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: A LITERATURE SURVEY

Gil, Pedro¹, Motta, Marta², Camargo, Maria², Ribeiro, Lisarb³, Camargo, Tiane⁴

525/21 Permanent Reminders: How tattoos and brands impact the recovery of sex trafficking victims.

Berry, Jeremy¹, Rodrigue, Shannon², Norris, Caroline³

525/87 Acculturative orientations and ethnic-racial prejudice toward Haitian immigrants in Southern Brazil

Gil, Pedro¹, Weber, João², Brunnet, Alice³, Pizzinato, Adolfo⁴

525/104 A COMMUNITY APPROACH TO MENTAL HEALTH: ENLIGHTENING AND EMPOWERING SOCIETY DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Shamshul Bahari, Marsya¹, Muhammad Najib, Muhammad Irfan Rendrawan²

525/105 Effects of personality traits and gratitude on gambling use disorder

Lee, Eun Jin¹

525/130 COVID 19 VACCINE HESITANCY AMONGST LATINX MINORITY POPULATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES

Athanasios, Amira¹

525/157 The effect of pre-operative anxiety in post operative clinical outcome

Al-salehi, Saud¹, Al-alwi, Mohammed², Al-senawi, Hamed³, Al-Busadi, Saud⁴, Al-Bulshi, Fiza⁵, Al-Hasbi, Jehad⁶, Al-Habsi, Fatma⁶, Tandoc, Fadzee P.⁷, Al-Bahri, Mather⁶, AlQadi, Hani⁸

14.00 - 14.30 h. - Innovative Practice: Addressing stigma

Chair:

Kathryn Goetzke

Advocate with MH Lived Experience. Founder. iFred.


Speaker:

Ms. Claire Brooks

President, ModelPeople. Founder Member, The World Dignity Project.


14.00 - 14.30 h. - Free Paper: Session 11.

Chairs:

Ms. Julie Millard

WFMH Regional VP Oceania. Credentialed Mental Health Nurse.


Indira Sharma

Psychiatrist . Past President, Indian Psychiatric Society. WFMH .


Mehnaz Zafar

Consultant Psychiatrist and Clinical lead of Community services at Al Amal Psychiatry Hospital.


Abstracts

525/82 THE MIND OF MUMBAI: BREAKING THE MENTAL HEALTH TABOO

Maeck, Peter¹

525/159 Family perception of mental illness and its influence on help-seeking behaviour of patients in Oman

Al Maamari, Al-Moatasem¹, Al Maamari, Al-Moatasem², Al Husieni, Salim³, Mirza, Hassan⁴

14.00 - 14.30 h. - Free Paper: Session 10.

Chairs:

Sam Okpaku

Psychiatrist. Centre for health, culture & society Nashville .


Brigitte Khoury

WFMH Regional VP Eastern Mediterranean. Associate professor and clinical psychologist at the Psychiatry Department at the Faculty of Medicine, American University of Beirut.


Abstracts

525/41 Adam psychology a new approach towards understanding human psyche

Alawam, Mohamed¹

525/152 THE EFFECTS ACE ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF DM2 AND HYPOTHYROIDISM WITH IR

Alavidze, Mariam¹, Alavidze, Mariam²

14.00 - 14.30 h. - The Wellness Lab: Empowering the professional and servise user? Part 2

Speaker:

Liam Hand

14.30 - 16.10 h. - Plenary Session: Five - Sharing global experience and expertise.

Chairs:

John Bowis

Patron of Health First Europe; Patron of Apex Trust; Patron Fund for Epilepsy. Chairs Health Advisory Board, GSK; Adviser to FIPRA. Board Member: Global Initiative on Psychiatry, Gamian Europe, European Men’s Health Forum, Sane, and Maastricht University Health Faculty; Vice President, European Brain Council, Diabetes UK, Epilepsy Research UK; Ambassador, National Aids Trust and Alzheimer’s


Professor Henk Parmentier

Founder member World Dignity Project and Nova University Lisbon, Portugal.


Prof. D. Michelle Riba

Past President APA and Joint Chair of Scientific Committee


Acting early: the key to preventing mental health problems across the life course

Plenary Speaker:

Vikram Patel

Harvard University USA


Transforming mental health – lessons learnt from Portugal

Speaker:

Miguel Xavier

Coordenacao Nacional das Políticas de Saúde Mental Professor Catedrático de Psiquiatría. Sub-Director-Presidente do Conselho Científico. Facultade Ciencias Médicas NOVA Medical School UNL


Learning from the pandemic crisis – lessons from Australia

Plenary Speaker:

Michael Kidd

Deputy Chief Medical Office, Australian Government. Department of Primary Care Reform, The Australian National University.


Building mental health skills and competencies in the primary care workforce

Plenary Speaker:

Igor Švab

Dean at University of Ljubljana, Medical faculty & Professor of Family Medicine. Wonca.


Discussion

16.30 - 18.00 h. - Plenary Session: Six: Margaret Mead, Mary Hemmingway Rees & George Albee WFMH Memorial Lectures.

Chairs:

Deborah Wan

Past President WFMH.


George Christodoulou

Past President WFMH.


Dr. Alberto Trimboli

Past President WFMH


Dr Nasser Loza

President WFMH


Margaret Mead Memorial Lecture

Speaker:

Dr Nasser Loza

President WFMH


Mary Hemmingway Rees Lecture. To learn possibilities of enhanced collaboration between mental health activities and society

Chair:

Tsuyoshi Akiyama

President-Elect WFMH


George Albee Lecture on Prevention

Plenary Speaker:

Dr. Ingrid Daniels

WFMH Immediate Past President and Chief Executive Officer. Cape Mental Health.


Thursay, June 30

8.30 - 10.10 h. - Plenary Session: Seven - Promotion and prevention

Chairs:

Dr Nasser Loza

President WFMH


Professor Gabriel Ivbijaro MBE JP

Secretary General WFMH and Founder World Dignity Project. Visiting Professor of Population Mental Health, NOVA University, Lisbon, Portugal. Honorary Visiting Fellow, Bradford University School of Management, UK. Medical Director, The Wood Street Health Centre, London, UK.


Prof. D. Michelle Riba

Past President APA and Joint Chair of Scientific Committee


Promoting mental health and preventing mental illness from a WFMH perspective

Chair:

Dr. Nasser Loza

President WFMH


Preventing suicide is possible

Chair:

Danuta Wasserman

President Elect WPA


Equity and social justice for mental health

Plenary Speaker:

Dinesh Bhugra

Past President WPA and Past President RCPsych


World Mental Health Day 2022 – Playing your part

Chair:

Professor Gabriel Ivbijaro MBE JP

Secretary General WFMH and Founder World Dignity Project. Visiting Professor of Population Mental Health, NOVA University, Lisbon, Portugal. Honorary Visiting Fellow, Bradford University School of Management, UK. Medical Director, The Wood Street Health Centre, London, UK.


Discussion

10.10 - 11.10 h. - Invited Speakers: World dignity project symposium. Mental health champions Best Practice

Chairs:

Ms. Claire Brooks

President, ModelPeople. Founder Member, The World Dignity Project.


Professor Lucja Kolkiewicz

Trustee and Founding Member World Dignity Project. Visiting Professor NOVA University, Lisbon, Portugal and Consultant Forensic Rehabilitation Psychiatrist East London NHS Foundation Trust.


Participants:

Susan Lawlor

David Karorero

Gabriela Pavarini

10.10 - 11.10 h. - Invited Speakers: Interdisciplinary practice.

Interdisciplinary collaborations - a comprehensive approach

Chair:

Uriel Halbreich

Psychiatrist. University Buffalo.


Interdisciplinary working and primary care

Chairs:

Professor Henk Parmentier

Founder member World Dignity Project and Nova University Lisbon, Portugal.


Prof. Christos Lionis

Chair Wonca Working Party on Mental Health. MD PhD FRCGP(Hon) FESC FWONCA.


Interdisciplinary working - why is it so difficult?

Chair:

Sam Okpaku

Psychiatrist. Centre for health, culture & society Nashville .


11.10 - 11.30 h. Break

11.30 - 12.30 h. - Invited Speakers: Innovative Practice. Accelerating recovery from COVID

Speakers:

Professor Ben Wright

Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist ELFT UK, Honorary Senior Lecturer City University London, Visiting Professor NOVA University Lisbon Portugal


Thomas Ernst

11.30 - 12.30 h. - Invited Speakers: WFMH Round table discussion: Past Presidents.

11.30 - 12.30 h. - Free Paper: Session 12.

Chairs:

Prof. Jukka Kärkkäinen

WFMH Regional VP Europe. Doctor of Medical Science (DMedSci), Specialist in Psychiatry, Specialist´s Qualification in Administration and Master of Science (MSc, Law).


Sabine Bährer-Kohler

WFMH Director


Mr. Andrew Long

VP Consumer Research . Volunteer . WDP.


Abstracts

525/131 QUALITATIVE CHANGES IN THE CONTENT OF AUDITORY HALLUCINATIONS EVIDENCED OVER THE COURSE OF PSYCHOTHERAPY WITH PSYCHOTIC PATIENTS

Shapiro-Weiss, M.D., George¹, Shapiro-Weiss, George²

525/161 HOPEFUL MINDSETS ON THE COLLEGE CAMPUS: A COLLEGE COURSE TO TEACH HOPE AND SUPPORT WELL-BEING

Goetzke, Kathryn¹, Bryce, Cristal I.², Tomasulo, Dan³, Belfer, Myron⁴

11.30 - 12.30 h. - Free Paper: Session 13.

Chairs:

Tsuyoshi Akiyama

President-Elect WFMH


Prof. Christos Lionis

Chair Wonca Working Party on Mental Health. MD PhD FRCGP(Hon) FESC FWONCA.


Abstracts

525/42 “THEY DON’T SPEAK OUR LANGUAGE”: CHALLENGES FACED BY PRIMARY HEALTH CARE (PHC) PROFESSIONALS IN INFANT HEALTH CARE CONSULTATIONS OF IMMIGRANT’ INFANTS

Gil, Pedro¹, Puccinelli, Mariana², Cardoso Esswein, Georgius², Winter, Caroline³, Lopes, Rita⁴

525/44 “NOWADAYS, IT IS NO LONGER DONE THIS WAY”: PRIMARY HEALTH CARE (PHC) PROFESSIONALS VIEWS ON GRANDMOTHERS’ INFANT CARE

Gil, Pedro¹, Puccinelli, Mariana², Cardoso Esswein, Georgius², Winter, Caroline³, Lopes, Rita⁴

525/126 ONLINE PEER SUPPORT TRAINING TO PROMOTE ADOLESCENTS’ EMOTIONAL SUPPORT SKILLS, MENTAL HEALTH AND AGENCY DURING COVID-19: RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL AND QUALITATIVE EVALUATION

Rafferty, Martin¹, Pavarini, Gabby², Gardner, Jammie³, Barnes, Tia⁴

12.30 - 13.00 h. - Symposia: WFMH Women’s Section.

Chair:

Ms. Julie Millard

WFMH Regional VP Oceania. Credentialed Mental Health Nurse.


Participants:

Dr Tracey Bone

Social worker . Corporate Secretary. WFMH.


Dr. Ingrid Daniels

WFMH Immediate Past President and Chief Executive Officer. Cape Mental Health.


12.30 - 13.00 h. - Symposia: WFMH Section on Mental Health and the Workplace.

12.30 - 13.00 h. - Free Paper: Session 14.

Chair:

Professor Lucja Kolkiewicz

Trustee and Founding Member World Dignity Project. Visiting Professor NOVA University, Lisbon, Portugal and Consultant Forensic Rehabilitation Psychiatrist East London NHS Foundation Trust.


Abstracts

525/102 MENTAL HEALTH AND SOCIETY: ADDRESSING COVID-19 RELATED CHALLENGES IN POPULATION MENTAL HEALTH IN MALAYSIA THROUGH CONSTRUCTIVE COLLABORATIONS AND INNOVATIVE APPROACHES

Jeffrey Adzman, Puteri Nor Ariane Yasmin¹, Chandrasekaran, Andrew Mohanraj²

525/118 THE IMPACT OF THE COVID‐19 PANDEMIC ON EATING DISORDERS

Devoe, Daniel¹, Han, Angela², Anderson, Alida³, Katzman, Debra², Patten, Scott⁴

12.30 - 13.00 h. - Free Paper: Session 15.

Chairs:

Juan Carlos Fantin

Director WFMH. Argentine Association of Mental Health.


Carlos Cohen

Abstracts

525/40 CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC AS A PSYCHOPATHOLOGY MODEL.

Alawam, Mohamed¹, Farag, Mahmoud², Kilani, Reem³, Hamed, Samah⁴, Algamal, Mohamed⁵

525/116 PREVALENCE AND CORRELATES OF ANXIETY AMONG FIRST YEAR STUDENTS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AT A UNIVERSITY IN SOUTH AFRICA

John-Langba, Johannes¹, Gopal, Nirmala²

13.00 - 14.00 h. Break

14.00 - 14.30 h. - Free Paper: Session 17.

Chairs:

Mr. Steve Maingot

Project Manager. Charity Secretary. WDP.


Isatou N'jie

Medical Librarian . North East London Foundation Trust (NELFT).


Abstracts

525/62 Deaf Sign Language users: Exploring unequal mental health program access

Bone, Tracey¹, Irwin, Jenna-Lee¹

525/63 Deaf offenders: Report on a staff training strategy to facilitate effective correctional engagement

Bone, Tracey¹

14.00 - 14.30 h. - Free Paper: Session 16.

Chairs:

Dr. D. Roberto Mezzina

VP Programme Development WFMH


Sunil Mittal

WFMH VP Constituency Development


Ms. Julie Millard

WFMH Regional VP Oceania. Credentialed Mental Health Nurse.


Abstracts

525/80 MENTAL HEALTH CARE IN AUSTRALIA- A NEW NATIONAL AGREEMENT

Vine, Ruth¹, Hermann, Ariane¹

525/153 TΗΕ ΙΜPLEMENTATION OF PM+ FOR THE PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT OF REFUGEES IN GREECE

Pantelidou, Stella¹, Almoussawi, Ayham¹, Papathanasiou, Chrysovalantis², Belekou, Pepi¹, Menediatou, Angeliki, Mantzari, Anastasia, Stylianidis, Stelios

14.00 - 14.30 h. - Free Paper: Session 18.

Chairs:

Dr. Evangelia Chrysikou

Healthcare Architect, Lecturer (Assistant professor) the Bartlett Real Estate Institute UCL, Programme Director MSc Healthcare Facilities, University College London (UCL).


Mr. Andrew Long

VP Consumer Research . Volunteer . WDP.


Abstracts

525/134 HUMAN SEXUALITY, ART AND AMBIVALENCE: How to address the Birds and the Bees

Yoganathan, Nadarasar¹

525/136 EASTERN SPIRITUALITY AND MENTAL HEALTH

Yoganathan, Nadarasar¹

14.30 - 16.10 h. - Plenary Session: Eight - Dignity & rights.

Chairs:

Ms. Lisa Weston- Mangion

Trustee, World Dignity Project - CEO, The Wellness Lab. Barrister and Mediator.


Ms. Julie Millard

WFMH Regional VP Oceania. Credentialed Mental Health Nurse.


Prof. Jukka Kärkkäinen

WFMH Regional VP Europe. Doctor of Medical Science (DMedSci), Specialist in Psychiatry, Specialist´s Qualification in Administration and Master of Science (MSc, Law).


Promoting dignity in mental health.

Speaker:

Professor Gabriel Ivbijaro MBE JP

Secretary General WFMH and Founder World Dignity Project. Visiting Professor of Population Mental Health, NOVA University, Lisbon, Portugal. Honorary Visiting Fellow, Bradford University School of Management, UK. Medical Director, The Wood Street Health Centre, London, UK.


Caring for older adults.

Speaker:

Manuel Gonçalves Pereira

Old age Psychiatrist. NOVA Medical School. Lisbon.


Cancer and severe mental illness

Speaker:

Prof. D. Michelle Riba

Past President APA and Joint Chair of Scientific Committee


Addressing racial disparities in children & young people

Speaker:

Andres Pumareiga

Professor and Chief. Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Department of Psyquiatry.


16.10 - 18.10 h. - WFMH AGM

Friday, July 1

8.30 - 10.10 h. - Plenary Session: Nine - Pathways to health.

Chairs:

Sunil Mittal

WFMH VP Constituency Development


Roy Kallivayalil

WFMH Regional VP Asia Pacific and Past-President of WASP.


Professor Henk Parmentier

Founder member World Dignity Project and Nova University Lisbon, Portugal.


Juan Carlos Fantin

Director WFMH. Argentine Association of Mental Health.


Social engagement and social transformation – a pathway to good health

Plenary Speaker:

Vishanth Weerakkody

Professor of Digital Governance. Chair of Bradford Business and Social Enterprise Board. Associate Dean, International and Enterprise. Faculty of Management, Law & Social Sciences.


Balancing community and in-patient care in mental health

Speaker:

Adrian James

President RCPsych.


Primary care in distress – finding solutions

Chair:

Amanda Howe

Past President RCGP.


The person in the community: a paradigm for recovery and social inclusion after de-institutionalization.

Speaker:

Dr. D. Roberto Mezzina

VP Programme Development WFMH


Discussion

10.10 - 11.10 h. - Invited Speakers: People with lived experience. Diabetes and depression

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Chairs:

Prof. Norman Sartorius

Association for the Improvement of Mental Health Programmes (AMH).


Professor Gabriel Ivbijaro MBE JP

Secretary General WFMH and Founder World Dignity Project. Visiting Professor of Population Mental Health, NOVA University, Lisbon, Portugal. Honorary Visiting Fellow, Bradford University School of Management, UK. Medical Director, The Wood Street Health Centre, London, UK.


Speakers:

Prof. Norman Sartorius

Association for the Improvement of Mental Health Programmes (AMH).


Larry Cimino

Advocate . President Proconsult LLC. WFMH .


10.10 - 11.10 h. - Symposium: Session 6. From community care to community crunch: Learning from 75 years of mental health provision in the UK

Chair:

Dr Nadarasar Yoganathan

From Bedlam to Powell’s Water Tower Speech (1961)

Speaker:

Dr Jennifer Willis

From Community Care (1980s) to Community Scare (1990s)

Speaker:

Dr Nadarasar Yoganathan

From Community Chaos (2000s) to Community Scarce (2010s)

Speaker:

Dr Nadarasar Yoganathan

The 2020s: Community Crunch

Speaker:

Dr Nadarasar Yoganathan

10.10 - 11.10 h. - Symposium: Session 5. Older persons at times of war: From post-traumatic stress disorder to human rights violations

Chair:

Dr Carlos Augusto de Mendonca Lima

Chair of WPA Section Old Age Psychiatry


People living with dementia and their caregivers in periods of War.

Speaker:

Tomás León

Older people at times of war: The role of cumulative trauma

Speaker:

Professor Liat Ayalon

Human rights crisis and marginalization of older persons during war - Why do we need Social Cohesion?

Speaker:

Dr. Debanjan Banerjee

Organization of mental health care for older people during War.

Participant:

Dr Carlos Augusto de Mendonca Lima

Chair of WPA Section Old Age Psychiatry


10.10 - 11.10 h. - Free Paper: Session 23

Chair:

Professor Lucja Kolkiewicz

Trustee and Founding Member World Dignity Project. Visiting Professor NOVA University, Lisbon, Portugal and Consultant Forensic Rehabilitation Psychiatrist East London NHS Foundation Trust.


Abstracts

525/19 Prevalence, incidence, and predictive model of psychological distress in Indonesian adolescents

Jagadhita, Dionisius Agnuza¹, Turnip, Sherly Saragih²

525/35 FROM THE CITY OF DJINNS* TO THE CITY OF SINS: HOW DELHI HAS FACILITATED MENTAL WELL-BEING OF ITS INHABITANTS.

Agarwal, Kriti¹

525/78 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND PSYCHOANALYSIS: CHILD, ADOLESCENT AND FAMILY SUPPORRT IN RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL

Quiroga, Rafaela¹, De Martino, Izabelle², Mastrangelo, Luíza³, Turques, Marinezia³, Ribeiro, Leila⁴, Lima, Renata, Guarino, Lia, Granzotto, Paloma, Bethlem, Fabiana

525/79 FAMILY AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: EXPERIENCES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL ATTENTION IN A PUBLIC OUTPATIENT SERVICE IN RIO DE JANEIRO

de Martino, Izabelle Bruna¹, Bethlem, Fabiana², Mastrangelo, Luíza³, Turques, Marinezia³, Granzotto, Paloma⁴

525/94 Patient Advocates to Improve Access to Justice in Involuntary Hospitalisation

Bhardwaj, Shreya¹, Durajova, Zuzana², Diatkova, Natasa³, Bhardwaj, Shreya⁴

11.10 - 11.30 h. Break

11.30 - 12.30 h. - Symposium: Session 7. WHO's approach to promoting competencies for mental health: the WHO-UNICEF EQUIP platform

Speakers:

Mark van Ommered

Head, Mental Health Unit (MHE). Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse, WHO. Geneva.


James Underhill

Siobhan Fitzpatrick

11.30 - 12.30 h. - Free Paper: Session 16.

Chairs:

David Crepaz-Keay

Peer Researcher with MH Lived Experience . Head of Applied Learning, Mental Health Foundation. Mental Health Foundation.


Afzal Javed

Psychiatrist. Psychiatric Centre and Fountain House Lahore. Pakistan. Past President of WAPR.


Abstracts

525/60 MHPSS INTERVENTIONS IN THE PANDEMIC PERIOD. LESSONS FROM CHINA AND WESTERN EUROPE

Vus, Viktor¹, Nakanishi, Yol², da Silva, Gabriella Thiengo Badaue²

525/86 Challenges faced by Community Health Agent (CHA) regarding interpersonal and institutional relationships in a peripheric community, Southern Brazil

Gil, Pedro¹, Cardoso Esswein, Georgius², Machado, Rodrigo³, Pizzinato, Adolfo²

525/88 Perceptions of health professionals about the impacts of the pandemic on infants’ care in Primary Health Care (PHC) of the Brazilian Unified Health System (SUS)

Cardoso Esswein, Georgius¹, Conte Gil, Pedro Henrique¹, Farias Puccinelli, Mariana¹, Mocellin Villanova, Débora¹, Sobreira Lopes, Rita de Cássia¹

525/89 TRAINING OF BRAZILIAN COMMUNITY HEALTH AGENTS (CHA) IN PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT

Cardoso Esswein, Georgius¹, Centenaro Levandowski, Daniela¹

525/98 Mental Health and Wellbeing AI Self-Care During COVID-19. A Longitudinal Review of Perspective Changes

Moya, Lillian¹

11.30 - 12.30 h. - Symposium: Approach of social inclusion of mental health in the General Hospital

Abstracts

525/138 Approach of social inclusion of mental health in the General Hospital

Raggi, Silvia¹, TRIMBOLI, ALBERTO², Fridman, Pablo³, FANTIN, JUAN CARLOS⁴, Moneta, Liliana⁵, Bertrán, Gustavo Fernando⁵

11.30 - 12.30 h. - Free Paper: Session 24

Chairs:

Mr. Yaccub Enum

Public Health Principal. WDP .


Todd M. Edwards

Family Therapist. WDP .


Abstracts

525/81 REMEMBRANCE OF THINGS PRESENT: MAKING PEACE WITH DEMENTIA

Maeck, Peter¹

525/83 CRADLE AND ALL: MAKING PEACE WITH LOSS AND GRIEF

Maeck, Peter¹

525/112 THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH IN AUSTRALIA

Pols, Hans¹

12.30 - 13.00 h. - Free Paper: Session 18.

Chairs:

Roy Kallivayalil

WFMH Regional VP Asia Pacific and Past-President of WASP.


Ms. Lisa Weston- Mangion

Trustee, World Dignity Project - CEO, The Wellness Lab. Barrister and Mediator.


Abstracts

525/61 READING TO STAY ALIVE: LITERARY READING AND SUICIDE PREVENTION

Dowrick, Christopher¹

525/64 Use of computer simulation modelling for improving mental health patient experience and service delivery: learnings from a major UK health system during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Pierotti, Livia¹, Pierotti, Livia², Cooper, Jennifer³, Cassels, Kenah⁴, Gara, Emma⁵

12.30 - 13.00 h. - Free Paper: Session 19.

Chairs:

Andrew Molodynski

Consultant community psychiatrist. Oxford Health NHSFT. Oxford University.BMA mental health lead.


Dr. Alberto Trimboli

Past President WFMH


Abstracts

525/163 At risk patients: Early detection with artifitial Intelligence in person

Fletcher, Blossom

12.30 - 13.00 h. - Free Paper: Session 17.

Chairs:

Mr. Yaccub Enum

Public Health Principal. WDP .


Ms. Ljiljana Vucicevic

Head of Communications. Volunteer. WDP.


Abstracts

525/99 Was Carl Jung Right Stating Alcoholism Can Only Be Relieved Spiritually? Would Freud Have Anything to Say About This?

Moya, Lillian¹

525/119 FAMILIES AT THE COAL FACE OF MENTAL HEALTH: EXPERIENCES OF CAREGIVERS IN SOUTH AFRICA

Rapiya, Bongwekazi¹, Asher, Laura², Myers, Bronwyn³, Petersen, Inge⁴, Hanlon, Charlotte⁵

12.30 - 13.00 h. - Invited Speakers: Digital Transformation.

Speaker:

Professor Ben Wright

Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist ELFT UK, Honorary Senior Lecturer City University London, Visiting Professor NOVA University Lisbon Portugal


13.00 - 14.00 h. Break

13.00 - 14.00 h. - e-Poster Session: Session 4.

Abstracts

525/20 WHO ARE YOU? VIEWS OF SELF AS REPORTED BY 93 ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRIC INPATIENTS

McGovern, Christopher¹, Overholser, James², Brannam, Sidney³

525/33 EARLY VULNERABILITIES FOR PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS IN BRAZILIAN SCHOOLCHILDREN

Silvestre PAULA, CRISTIANE¹, silvestre PAULA, CRISTIANE², S Coutinho, Evandro³, AS Bordin, Isabel⁴, J Mari, Jair⁴

525/95 Experiences of sexual disfunction by women due to antidepressants

Voorde, Marije¹

525/106 COUNSELING MODEL FOR THE DECISION-MAKING PROCESS OF WOMEN WITH MENTAL DISORDER REGARDING PREGNANCY AND PARENTHOOD

Gregorowius, Daniel¹, Baumann-Hölzle, Ruth²

525/107 Effects of depression, physical symptoms, and platelet serotonin on gambling dis

Choi, Jong Min¹

525/111 MINDFULNESS-BASED INTERVENTIONS IN ADULTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA

Jonker, Wietske¹, Luijckx, Evi²

525/127 HEALTHCARE WORKER GRIEF THROUGHOUT THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

Athanasios, Amira¹

14.00 - 14.30 h. - Free Paper: Session 22.

Chairs:

Deborah Wan

Past President WFMH.


Sabine Bährer-Kohler

WFMH Director


Abstracts

525/23 THE COVID CONUNDRUM: CHALLENGES FOR WOMEN AS ESSENTIAL WORKERS, PART 1

Millard, Julie¹

525/73 The Proactive Doorknocking Approach to Mental Health and Wellbeing in Australia - The Assisting Communities through Direct Connection (ACDC) Project

Millard, Julie¹, Gye, Bill²

14.00 - 14.30 h. - Free Paper: Session 20.

Chairs:

Professor Ben Wright

Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist ELFT UK, Honorary Senior Lecturer City University London, Visiting Professor NOVA University Lisbon Portugal


Mehnaz Zafar

Consultant Psychiatrist and Clinical lead of Community services at Al Amal Psychiatry Hospital.


Abstracts

525/29 PERCEIVED STRESSORS AND RISK FACTORS FOR EMOTIONAL DISTRESS AMONG HONG KONG YOUTHS AGED 15-19: A QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS

Chen, Sikky Shiqi¹, Lam, Tai Pong²

525/36 To live or not to live: A qualitative inquiry to explore suicide risks among emerging adults in India

Kumar, Sanjay¹

525/120 EFFECTIVE PSYCHOTHERAPISTS - BORN OR TRAINED?

Hoxha, Nikol¹

14.00 - 14.30 h. - Free Paper: Session 21.

Chairs:

Prof. Thomas Jamieson-Craig

Emeritus Professor of Social Psychiatry at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College, London,Hon. Consultant of Social Psychiatry and. Past President World Association of Social Psychiatry.


Afzal Javed

Psychiatrist. Psychiatric Centre and Fountain House Lahore. Pakistan. Past President of WAPR.


Abstracts

525/76 EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF FAMILY AND PARENTHOOD SUPPORT PROGRAM AGES 6-11 (PSFP) COMPARED TO A MINIMAL PARENTING INTERVENTION

Lasbeur, Linda¹, Pelat, Camille², Hamsany, Marie³, Roehrig, Corinne⁴, du Roscöat, Enguerrand⁵

525/77 Long COVID- 19 and its effects of your Physical and Mental Health on employees and workers

Tariq, Amna¹

14.30 - 16.10 h. - Plenary Session: Ten - Together we can make a difference

Chairs:

Ms. Lisa Weston- Mangion

Trustee, World Dignity Project - CEO, The Wellness Lab. Barrister and Mediator.


Todd M. Edwards

Family Therapist. WDP .


Mehnaz Zafar

Consultant Psychiatrist and Clinical lead of Community services at Al Amal Psychiatry Hospital.


Spyridon Zormpas

Social determinants of mental health in a troubled world: focus on clinical and educational issues

Speaker:

Allan Tasman

WFMH Regional VP North America-Caribbean. Past President APA.


Healing the healers

Speaker:

Dame Clare Gerada DBE

President RCGP


The urgent need for a UN Convention to mitigate human rights violations of older adults

Speaker:

Dr. Debanjan Banerjee

Redefining mental health in the African context

Speaker:

Oye Gureje

Psychiatrist. WPA.


Abstracts

525/84 APERTURE: POEMS FOR THE MIND'S EYE

Maeck, Peter¹

14.30 - 16.10 h. - Skills Session: Wars, crisis & mental health

Speaker:

Tsuyoshi Akiyama

President-Elect WFMH


16.30 - 18.00 h. - Closing Ceremony: Plenary Eleven: Facing the global callenges for mental health advocacy

Chairs:

Dr Nasser Loza

President WFMH


Professor Gabriel Ivbijaro MBE JP

Secretary General WFMH and Founder World Dignity Project. Visiting Professor of Population Mental Health, NOVA University, Lisbon, Portugal. Honorary Visiting Fellow, Bradford University School of Management, UK. Medical Director, The Wood Street Health Centre, London, UK.


Professor Silvia Raggi

Feedback from Scientific Committee

Conference awards

Closing plenary lecture. Facing the global challenges for mental health advocacy

Speaker:

Dr. Nasser Loza

WFMH President.


Aperture: Poems For The Mind's Eye

Speaker:

Mr Peter Maeck