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Final Conference COST Action IS1302


“19 countries, 17 languages, 1 goal”

European collaboration in research and clinical practice for Long-term Forensic Psychiatric Care

will be the theme of the Final Conference of the COST Action IS1302

organised in cooperation with IPiN Department of Forensic Psychiatry in Warsaw, Poland.

 

The key note speakers are:

Dr. Catherine Appleton, Senior Research Fellow, School of Law, University of Nottingham (UK)

Dr. Clive Meux, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust & Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer in Forensic Psychiatry, University of Oxford (UK). Expert, CPT, Council of Europe

Dr. Giovanni de Girolamo, MD, Former Scientific Director, Head, Unit of Epidemiological and Evaluation Psychiatry, IRCCS Centro San Giovanni di Dio, Brescia (IT)

Ms. Ellen Vorstenbosch (MSc), Sant Joan de Deu Foundation (ES)

 

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Also, the working groups will present their latest achievements:

“Determination of Patient Characteristics” – Prof. Dr. Harry Kennedy, University of Dublin (IE)
“Towards Best Practice in Long-term Forensic Psychiatric Care” – Dr. Vivek Furtado, University of Warwick (UK)
“Meeting Patient Needs and Optimizing Quality of Life” – Dr. Judi Pettigrew, University of Limerick (IE)
“Recent EU Developments on Patient and Caregiver/Family Involvement” – Prof. Dr. Franco Scarpa (IT)

 

Information about the venue can be found here. The complete program can be found here.

To register please send an email to: isch1302@gmail.com

Registration deadline is October, 15th 2017

Please note that your registration is not official till you received a confirmation of the organisers.

 

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Annual Conference 2015 – Patients, Research and EU Policy in LFPC

The second Annual Conference of the COST Action IS1302 will have place at the University of Split  in Split, Croatia.

 

The first confirmed key note speakers are:

Prof. Dr. Hans Joachim Salize, University of Heidelberg (DE)

Ass. Prof. Tija Zarkovic Palijan MD, PhD, University of Split (HR)

Ms. Teresa Di Fiandra, National Health Service – Ministry of Health (IT)

Ms. Sylvia Lammers, PhD, Radboud University Nijmegen (NL)

Ms. Ellen Vorstenbosch (MSc), Sant Joan de Deu Foundation (ES)

 

Besides, the following working groups will present their latest achievements:

  • “Determination of Patient Characteristics” – Prof. Dr. Harry Kennedy, University of Dublin (IE)
  • “Towards Best Practice in Long-term Forensic Psychiatric Care” – Dr. Vivek Furtado, University of Warwick (UK)
  • “Meeting Patient Needs and Optimizing Quality of Life” – Ms. Gemma Escuder-Romeva, Sant Joan de Deu Hospital (ES)
  • “Recent EU Developments on Patient and Caregiver/Family Involvement” – Prof. Dr. Franco Scarpa (IT)

 

To register please click HERE or contact isch1302@gmail.com

Registration deadline: 20th of September 2015

Registration fees:

  • Early registration (before the 1st of September): €70
  • Late registration: €80
  • Student: €40
  • COST Action IS1302 members: free

After registration you’ll receive a confirmation email from the local organisers incl. the bankdetails to pay the fee. Please note that your registration is not official till the organisation has received your payment.

Bank details are as follows:

UNIVERSITY OF SPLIT

Livanjska 2, Split, Croatia

OIB: 29845096215

IBAN: HR8623300031100025103

Banka: Societe Generale – Splitska banka d.d.

SWIFT kôd (BIC):SOGEHR22

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The local organisers made a special lodging arrangement with The Residence  in Split. To book a room please complete the REGISTRATION FORM  and send it to our contact person Lada Traselj: info@theresidencecroatia.com.

The Residence hotel also facilitates in a shuttle bus from the Airport of Split to the hotel (€ 36 ), and from the hotel to the venue (€15) and vice versa. If you want to make use of the shuttle bus, please send your travel details (time of arrival/departure) to: info@theresidencecroatia.com.

You can also take a bus line to Split, Central Bus Station (more information) and from there walk to the venue (approx. 40 minutes).

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