On behalf of the scientific committee we invite psychiatrists, practitioners, (psychiatric mental health) nurses, psychologists, health scientists, educators, trainers, researchers, managers, and policymakers engaged in the prevention, management, research into violence and aggression in mental health and intellectual disability settings to submit an abstract and / or attend the 11th European Congress on Violence in Clinical Psychiatry to be held in Oslo / Lillestrøm, Norway, 24 – 26 October 2019.
In 2019 the congress will be held in Oslo / Lillestrøm - Norway. Since the first European Congress on Violence in Clinical Psychiatry the meeting has expanded rapidly in terms of the number of scientific contributions and participants. Some congresses were attended by about 600 participants from 36 countries worldwide.
The 11th European Congress on Violence in Clinical Psychiatry is co-organized by the European Violence in Psychiatry Research Group (EViPRG) and the European Network for Training in the Management of Aggression (ENTMA08), and will be a World Psychiatric Association (WPA) co-sponsored meeting.
The 11th European Congress on Violence will focus strongly on clinically relevant and practically useful interdisciplinary scientific and practical knowledge with regard to interventions aimed at treating and reducing violence and aggression. The overall congress theme: “Unravelling and understanding violence in clinical practice” reflects our commitment to partnership working between clinicians, researchers, educators, service users and carers.
Please submit your abstract electronically by the 1st of April 2019. Poster abstracts can be submitted till the 1st of August 2019.
Accreditation will be requested from the World Psychiatric Association (WPA) for the award of Continuing Medical Education (CME) Credits, and from the International Council of Nurses (ICN) for the award of International Continuing Nursing Education Credits (ICNECs).
We cordially welcome you to Oslo / Lillestrøm – Norway in October 2019
Sist oppdatert den 19. November 2018 av Martin Bjørnstad