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19th April 2024
ESS | P.Porto

08:45 – 09:15 Registration

09:30 Welcome Address
09:35 Opening Ceremony
09:45 – 10:45 Panel Discussion 1 (Chair: Susana Pinto Almeida)

Stay a while – the potential of Narrative Medicine in Slow Psychiatry, Diogo Ribeiro
Resil(sc)ience: A Research Project Framing Mental Health as a Human Right, Helena Carvalho

10:45 – 11:15 Coffee Break
11:15 – 12:15 Keynote presentation

The Escola com REDE project: Promoting mental health in higher education through a mentalizing lens, João Francisco Barreto
Pequi: A Brasilian experience with Open Dialogue, Mariana Puchivailo

13:15 – 14:45 Lunch
14:45 – 15:45 Keynote presentation
15:50 – 16:30 Cultural Activities
16:30 – 17:00 Break
17:00 – 18:15 Panel Discusssion 3
18:15 – 18:45 Reflections on the Day
18:45 Book Launch – Psiquiatria Lenta by João G. Pereira
21:00 Social Dinner

Scientific Posters

“Psychedelic-assisted Therapy in Eating Disorders”
Francisca Gomes
“Psychedelic-assisted Therapy in Post-traumatic Stress Disorder: A Comprehensive Review”
Francisca Gomes
“Alternatives to physical restraint in hospitalized patients”
André Buinho
“Resignation Syndrome”: an example of refugee and asylum-seeking policies impact on mental health”
Filipa Ramalheira
“Virtual Reality in Anxiety-Related Disorders”
Bruno Lameiras
“Disorders of Intellectual Development: Psychiatry’s Contribute to a Societal Failure”
Nair Martins Seixas
“Green, the color of mental health: a review on natural environment and mental health”
Filipa Ramalheira
“Psychoeducational groups for psychotic disorders: a review of the evidence”
Catarina Desport
“Karl Jaspers’ Psychopathology and Psychiatry in the 21st Century”
Francisco Cunha
“Medical Assistance in dying – What about people with psychiatric disorders?”
Rita Dionísio
“Slow Psychiatry: Potential Benefits for Mental Health of Providers – a review”
Sara Martins Sousa
“Sunlight Exposure Benefits for Inpatients in Acute Psychiatric Services”
Ana Mano Costa
“Integrative Psychiatry: Bridging Conventional and Complementary Therapies for Mental Well-being”
Catarina Cunha
“Preventing Misdiagnosis and Overdiagnosis Through Assurance Cases”
Michael O’Connor
“Adaptation of the Open Dialogue model in a brazilian crisis care group: An experience report”
Brenda S. Vieira

5th International Mental Health Meeting of Romão de Sousa Foundation