ECNP Supported Talks 2016
11 October 2016
ECNP Supported Talk: Developmental trajectories in early-onset psychoses: open windows for prevention? by Celso Arango, Spain, at the XIX National Congress of the Society, Sicily, Italy.
9 October 2016
ECNP Supported Talk: Therapeutic intervention for early onset psychoses: current limitations and opportunities by Carmen Moreno, Spain at the XXVII National Congress of the Italian Society of Child & Adolescent Neuropsychiatry Alghero, Sardinia, Italy.
9 September 2016
ECNP Supported Talk: Suicide prevention strategies revisited: 10 year systematic review by Gil Zalsman, Israel at the 16th European Symposium on Suicide and Suicidal behaviour, Oviedo, Spain
30 July 2016
ECNP Supported Talk: Neuroscience Based Nomenclature (NbN) – Can neuroscience change an outdated psychotropic classification?
By Joseph Zohar at the AFCNP 2nd annual conference of the African College of Neuropsychopharmacology, Cape Town, South Africa
5 July 2016
ECNP Supported Talk: Suicide in young people
By Alan Apter at the 'Mind the Gap' 24th EFPT Forum, Antwerp, Belgium
17 June 2016
ECNP Supported Talk: The Neuroscience-based Nomenclature (NbN): What it means for you as a clinician by Joseph Zohar at the Yerevan State Medical University, Yerevan, Armenia
29 April 2016
ECNP Supported Talk: Evidence based treatment for Schizophrenia by Michael Davidson at the WPA 2016 Regional Conference "Mental Health, Direction and Challenges, Tbilisi, Georgia
06 May 2016
ECNP Supported Talk: How Neuroscience based Nomenclature (NbN) can help in rational prescribing? by Joseph Zohar at the International conference 'Anxiety and Stressor-Related Disorders: from diagnostic challenge to evidence-based treatment', Kaunas, Lithuania
19 February 2016
ECNP Supported Talk: How Neuroscience based Nomenclature (NbN) can help in rational prescribing by Joseph Zohar at the Stand alone meeting
Psychiatric Clinic “Dr Laza Lazarevic, Belgrade, Serbia
29 January 2016
ECNP mini-symposium: "Altering the disease course in neuropsychiatric disorders", Stockholm, Sweden