Author: claramedici

NEW FUNDING

The Lundbeck foundation donated 15.143 kr (~2 350 USD), to support the symposium ‘Rethinking treatment and management of mani’ chaired by Clara Reece Medici at the 32nd Nordic Congress of Psychiatry, Reykjavik, Iceland.

Speakers at the symposium:

  • Silje Skrede (Norway): Blue-blocking glasses as additive treatment of mania
  • Páll Mathíasson (Iceland): Alternatives to forced treatment
  • Lene Jacobsen (Denmark): The effect of intensive physiotherapy on reducing arousal and physical unease
  • Mikael Landen (Sweden): On the effectiveness of drugs to prevent mania, and the risk of treatment emergent switch to mania when using antidepressants or central stimulants
  • Sune Straszek (Denmark): Electroconvulsive therapy in mania
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NEW PUBLICATION

Christopher Rohde co-authored a study examining the associations of in utero SSRI exposure with special education needs and delayed elementary school start. His research group found that in utero SSRI exposure in all three trimesters was associated with delayed elementary school start but not special education. Read more here.

WE WILL JOIN THE 32ND NORDIC CONGRESS OF PSYCHIATRY IN REYKJAVIK, ICELAND, JUNE 13-16, 2018

Come see our symposium ‘Rethinking treatment and management of mania’ featuring:

  • Silje Skrede (Norway): Blue-blocking glasses as additive treatment of mania
  • Páll Mathíasson (Iceland): Alternatives to forced treatment
  • Lene Jacobsen (Denmark): The effect of intensive physiotherapy on reducing arousal and physical unease
  • Mikael Landen (Sweden): On the effectiveness of drugs to prevent mania, and the risk of treatment emergent switch to mania when using antidepressants or central stimulants
  • Sune Straszek (Denmark): Electroconvulsive therapy in mania

The symposium will be chaired by Clara Reece Medici.

NEW FUNDING

The Lundbeck foundation donated 30.000 kr (~4 927 USD), to support the participation of the members of the Psychiatric Research Academy in the 26th European Psychiatric Association Congress in Nice, 2018.

AWARD

Christopher Rohde won the Best eposter award and 300 euro at the 26th European Congress of Psychiatry in Nice for his poster: Real-world Effectiveness of Clozapine for Mental Retardation: Results from a Mirror-image and a Reverse-mirror-image Study.

Congratulations!

WE WILL JOIN THE 26TH EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF PSYCHIATRY IN NICE, FRANCE, MARCH 3-6 2018

Presenters at the conference:

  • Jesper Nørgaard Kjær: Workforce migration in the Scandinavian countries – do trainees still want to leave from what is perceived by everyone else as the paradise? (e-Poster Walk)
  • Christopher Rohde: Real-world Effectiveness of Clozapine for Mental Retardation: Results from a Mirror-image and a Reverse-mirror-image Study (ePoster Walk)
  • Clara Reece Medici: Typical and atypical antipsychotics in acute mania: Comparison of effectiveness (ePoster)
  • Astrid Harpøth: A preclinical assessment of the antidepressant-like effect of Isoflurane (ePoster)
  • Amalie Bach Dybdal: Can doctors apply treatment strategies for patients with bodily distress syndrome (ePoster)