Sunday September 1st


Sunday September 1st:
Looking back and looking forward

Day 4, Sunday September 1 st : Looking back and looking forward      
07.00 – 13.30 hRegistration desk openFoyer
08.00 – 09.15 hParallel sessions ga naar parallel sessieSee below
09.15 – 09.30 hShort coffee break
08.00 – 09.30 hChairJan Olav JohannessenI ntroductionWillem Burger Zaal
09.45 – 10.15 hKeynote SpeakerOla SöderströmBeing a stranger in your own city: a video analysisWillem Burger Zaal
10.15 – 10.45 hKeynote SpeakerInez Myin-GermeysContextual Psychiatry: from macro to micro environmentWillem Burger Zaal267-Abstract
10.45 – 11.15 hKeynote SpeakerJone BjørnestadEveryone needs a friend sometimes. Social recovery in psychosisWillem Burger Zaal
11.15 – 11.45 hCoffee with snacksFoyer
1 1.45 – 12.00 hAction message for changeRecommendations for therapy and research, from the Lived Experience FestivalWillem Burger Zaal
12.00 – 12.45 hDebate with the audienceLooking back and looking forwardWillem Burger Zaal
12.45-13.00 hAward ceremonyFeinsilver award, poster pricesWillem Burger Zaal
13.00 – 13.15 hAnnouncementsAbout the ISPS conference 2020Willem Burger Zaal
Presenting the new IC
13.15 – 13.30 hClosing remarksJan Olav JohannessenWillem Burger Zaal
Parallel sessions, 08.00 – 09.30 on day 4
08.00 – 09.30 h
Symposium Hamlett
MJH Begemann, GroningenThe impact of (dis)continuation of antipsychotic medication on social functioning in first-episode psychoisWillem Burger Zaal062-Abstract
To continue or not to continue?I.E.C. Sommer, W. Veling, F. Smit, L. de Haan
08.00 – 09.30 hSymposium 4Angela Woods, DurhamAn interdisciplinary investigation of relationality, insecurity and meaning-making in experiences of hearing voicesVan Beuningen Zaal 191-Abstract
Voices in PsychosisB. Alderson-Day, F. Deamer, P. Waugh
08.00 – 09.30 hWorkshop 27
Citizenship and recovery
Claire Bien, New Haven, ConnecticutPsychosis, Citizenship, and Recovery: Personal and Professional PerspectivesHudig Zaal115-Abstract
08.00 – 09.30 hWorkshop 42Jennifer Kanary, AmsterdamUnderstanding the subjective experiences of psychosis through psychosis simulation based on five pillars of consideration208-Abstract
Psychosis simulation
08.00 – 09.30 hOral presentations group 17J. Quintin, SherbrookeReshaping urbanism for integrating the fragmented mindMees Zaal44
City & IdentityLucas Gutiérrez , Puerto MonttArcheological analysis of Graffitis in a psychiatris inpatient unit: shining a light on the gap between psychosis and clinicans078-Abstract
J. Letelier
Esma Karakurt , İstanbulMad people in dialy life: an analysis over cartoons108-Abstract
Murphy Halliburton, FlushingLearning from India’s Success: The Role of Family and Interpersonal Support in Recovery from Schizophrenia190-Abstract
08.00 – 09.30 hOral presentations group 18Christian Sell , KasselThemes of Experience in the Treatment of Psychosis: Relationship Anecdote Interviews with Therapeutic StaffShadee zaal030-Abstract
New researchM. Henkel, C. Benecke
Catherine van Zelst, MaastrichtRoads to resilience in the domain of social stress: coping skills and mHealth215-Abstract
N. Daniels, Philippe Delespaul
Alke Haarsma-Wisselink, ZwolleSocial inclusion of people with psychosis living in the city of Zwolle (NL): study outline and preliminary findings (FOCUS part-1)232-Abstract
08.00 – 09.30 hOral presentation no 19Ms Arpita Gupta, Kanpur“What is lost?”: A Qualitative Inquiry into Narratives around Severe Mental IllnessVan der Weelde Zaal110-Abstract
Arpita Gupta