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Abstracts day 1 - 29 Aug 2019

Day 1 - Thursday August 29th: Theme relationship psychosis with migration, social exclusion and lowstatus group   
TIMESORTWHOPICTURETITLEVENUEDOWNLOAD
09.00 - 09.30hWelcomeChair ISPS and chair local organising committee Video 'About Stranger in the City'Welcome by chairWillem Burgerhall
09.30 - 09.45hChairJim van OsIntroduction
09.45 - 10.15hKeynote SpeakerWim VelingUs and Them - psychosis among ethnic minoritiesWillem Burgerhall
10.15 - 10.45hKeynote SpeakerSushrut JadhavFrom the Margins to the Centers across cultures: the powerful pan-lexicon of PsychosisWillem Burgerhall
10.45 - 11.15hKeynote SpeakerFrancoise DavoineImmigration, at the source of the psychoanalysis of psychosisWillem Burgerhall
11.15 - 11.45hCoffee
11.45 - 12.30hDebate with the speakers and representatives from psychoanalyse, CBT, family approach, rehab approachWhat does our approach do to promote recovery of persons from low status groups?
12.30 - 13.30hLunch and poster sessionsPoster sessions
13.30 - 15.00hParallel sessionsSee below
15.30 - 17.00hParallel sessionsSee below
17.00 - 1800hKeynote Speaker + DiscussionNick PutmanFinding agency amidst all the voices - Open Dialoge and the reweavingof social fabricWillem Burgerhall
18.30hSocial Program
Parallell sessions, to b eplanned 13.30 -15.00 or 15.30 -17.00 on day 1
Symposium 3Jean-Paul Selten, Leiden
Craig Morgan, London
Hannah Jongsma
What explains the increased incidence of psychosis among first- and second-generation migrants?201
255




Symposium 6Brian Koehler, New York
M.A.C. Calmeyn, Loppem Zedelgem
Anne Coke, Tunridge Wells
Why the World Health Organization and the American Psychiaric Association should drop the term "schizophrenia"131
66 (=178)
97




Symposium 7J. van Weeghel, Utrecht
Jo-Ann Elizabeth Leavy, London
Anuradha Sovani, Mumbai
Margreet de Pater, Delft
Recovery around the world163
243
177
72




Symposium 13Jef Lisaerd, Leuven
F. Lopes Martines da Veiga, Rotterdam
After the storm: conversations on psychosis and identity86
210




Workshop 1Caroline Verheijde-Zeijl, GoesStronger through diversity59




Workshop 4Sabah Nhass, Utrecht
Ahmed Salama, Culemborg
How Lister Daar-na Utrecht takes a culturally sensitive approach to psychosis76




Workshop 28Leigh Murray, Auckland
F. Lopes Martins da Veiga, Rotterdam
Recovery, envelopment and family116
211




Workshop 32Margaux Sageot, Kortenberg
Mr Marko Turner, Mount Druitt
Relationship, peers and the process of diagnoses145
98




Workshop 33Berta Britz and Dirk Corstens
Tofik Boughrini, Utrecht
Mutual listening and learning245
198




Workshop 34Martin Atchison , Birmingham
Val Jackson, Wakefield
ISPS for Whites only? – What’s next?188
195




Workshop 36Lies Missotten, Leuven
Megan Levy, Perth
Reconnection after War Violence and Forced Migration222
172




Workshop 38Marjolein van Duijl, Rijnsburg
Dr. Sara Betteridge , Westcliff-on-Sea
Transcultural approaches of djinns and spirits242
81




Workshop 39F. Lopes Martins da Veiga, Rotterdam
Jane Herington, Kent
Being the Stranger193
248




Workshop 40 Matteo Mazzariol , Castlebar
M. Garrett, Brooklyn New York
The challenge of implementation246
27




Workshop 41 Huub Beijers, Utrecht
Housnia El Mimouni
Film on people with experience of psychosis with an Maroccan background




Orals Laura Weittenhiller, Berkeley Ca
Dr Laura Sharony , Acre
Nienke Moernaut, Gent
Yaacov Rosenthal, Neve Michael
Lonelyness, identity loss en social withdrawel28 withdrawn
34
42
229




Orals Anneliese de Wet , Stellenbosch
Thijs Burger, Amsterdam
Bert-Jan Roosenschoon, Rotterdam
Cynthia Dorrestijn, Enschede
Recovery33
154
161
218




Orals Claire Wheeler, Colchester
Rober Qi , Liverpool
David Vinkers, Rotterdam
Beverly Gibbons, Knoxville, TN
Social exclusion and psychosis122
134
189
220




Orals L. Gonzales , New York
A. Ross, Richardson
Victoria Vass, Liverpool
Anisha Vyas, Essex
Labeling and stigma17
19
71
124




Orals R.V. Austin, Heslington
Igor Pietkiewicz, Katowice
Dwan Edge, Manchester
Saïd Kadrouch, Voorburg
C ultural differences and psychosis50
94
74
187