One of the main topics of discussion was the structural transformation of the international monetary system. On January 8, , at a meeting of the ministers of IMF member countries in Kingston Jamaica , a new agreement was adopted on the arrangement of the international monetary system, which had the form of amendments to the IMF charter.
The system replaced the Bretton Woods monetary system. Many countries have actually refused to peg the national currency to the dollar or gold. However, only in did the IMF officially allow such a refusal. From this moment on, free-floating rates have become the main currency exchange method. In the new currency system, the principle of determining the purchasing power of money based on the value of their gold equivalent Gold Standard has finally been abandoned.
The money of the countries participating in the agreement ceased to have official gold content, the exchange began to take place in the free currency market at free prices. The establishment of a floating exchange rate system led to three significant results: - Importers, exporters and their banking institutions were forced to become regular participants in the Forex market, since changes in foreign exchange rates can affect the financial results of their work, both positively and negatively.
Description of modern world currency markets. Modern global currency markets are characterized by the following main features: - The international nature of Forex markets based on the globalization of world economic relations, the widespread use of electronic communications for operations and settlements.
The number of currency speculators has risen sharply and includes not only banks and financial-industrial groups, TNCs, but also many other participants, including individuals and legal entities. The modern Forex market performs the following functions: - Ensuring the timeliness of international payments.
The possibility of implementing concerted actions of different states in order to achieve the goals of macroeconomic policy in the framework of interstate agreements. Currency market instruments. Currency operations with immediate delivery are the most mobile element of the currency position and involve a certain risk. Derivatives transactions with foreign currency.
Derivatives currency transactions include forward, futures and option transactions, as well as currency swaps. Forward transactions. Forward transactions include the purchase and sale of currency, in which the price purchase and sale rate is determined at the time of the transaction, and the supply of currency, that is, the fulfillment of obligations by the parties, is provided for in the future. Futures transactions.
Futures transactions include standard contracts for the sale of currencies that are traded on the exchange. Such transactions are made on the conditions that the exchange develops and which are binding on all who make transactions with futures. Futures have standard maturities. The most common is three-month futures.
To assess the trading positions of the participants of the offsets, the ruble to dollar exchange rate, which is formed at the MICEX, is used. Physically, rubles are not exported. The one who correctly predicts the exchange rate wins. Futures trading is carried out through the clearing house, which is a seller for each buyer and a buyer for each seller.
Options transactions. An option from lat. Optio, optionis - choice is a derivative financial instrument, a contract under which the buyer of the option acquires the right, but not the obligation to buy or sell a certain amount of currency in the future at a fixed price strike price. The buyer of the option, when paying the premium on the option to the seller, which is essentially the price of the option, acquires the right to either buy call option or sell put option on any day, if it is an American option; or on a specific date once a month, if it is a European option.
Currency swaps transactions. Currency swap eng. Swap - exchange is a transaction that combines the purchase and sale of two currencies on the basis of immediate delivery with simultaneous counter-transaction for a certain period with the same currencies. Each side is both a seller and a buyer of a certain amount of currency. Currency swap is not a standard exchange contract.
For swap operations, the cash transaction is carried out at the spot rate, which in the counter-transaction urgent is adjusted for the premium or discount depending on the dynamics of the exchange rate. At the same time, the client saves on margin - the difference between the rates of the seller and the buyer in a cash transaction.
Swap operations are convenient for banks: they do not create an open position the purchase is covered by the sale , they temporarily provide the necessary currency without the risk associated with a change in its exchange rate. Daily turnover. The Bank for International Settlements periodically conducts a large-scale study of the Forex market every three years, starting in The final report contains information on market turnover, structure and dynamics.
The latest report was released in September and is available on the official website. However, there is no exact data, since it is an over-the-counter market, and there is no requirement for the mandatory registration and publication of transaction data. A part of this volume is provided by margin trading, under the terms of which it is allowed to conclude contracts for amounts significantly exceeding the actual capital of the transaction participant.
Regardless of the nature and purpose of transactions, a large daily turnover is a guarantee of high liquidity of this market. Participants in the Forex market. Participants in the foreign exchange market are: central and commercial banks, currency stock exchanges, brokers, firms and other economic agents. Central banks. Central banks - their function is to manage state currency reserves and ensure exchange rate stability.
To implement these tasks, both direct foreign exchange interventions and indirect influence can be carried out through regulation of the refinancing rate level, reserve standards, etc. Commercial banks. Commercial banks - they conduct the bulk of foreign exchange transactions.
Other market participants hold accounts in banks and carry out through them the conversion and deposit-credit operations necessary for their purposes. In addition to satisfying customer requests, banks can conduct operations on their own at their own expense. Ultimately, the international currency exchange market Forex is a market for interbank transactions.
The largest influence is exerted by large international banks, whose daily volume of operations reaches billions of dollars. The volume of one interbank contract with a real supply of currency on the second business day spot market is usually about 5 million US dollars or their equivalent.
The cost of one conversion payment is from 60 to dollars. In addition, you have to bear the cost of up to 6 thousand dollars a month at the interbank information and trading terminal. Due to these conditions, small amounts are not converted at Forex. With a large number of clients and multidirectional orders, a situation of internal clearing regularly arises, when the intermediary does not need to contact a third-party counterparty there is no need to conduct a real conversion through Forex.
But intermediaries always receive their commission from customers. What emerges is unexpected and incredibly moving. The stories are deeply personal and highlight the differences and similarities we share as people in doing the work we do. When a mother or a father breaks a leg, a family talks about it. But when a parent becomes mentally ill, it is often hidden. However, it is good for children to be taken seriously with their feelings and problems, because it is not only difficult for the parents but also for the children.
How difficult the situations are for children, and that they also may urgently need help, is not a topic known to many people. The goal and method of the biography series is the Learning From Life Experiences. Six episodes with English subtitles are shown and the makers will talk about the Papageno-effect and its positive influence on affected persons. The story centers on a couple whose marriage is tested when Christie's character begins to suffer from Alzheimer's disease and moves into a nursing home, where she loses virtually all memory of her husband and begins to develop a close relationship with another nursing home resident.
Er setzt sich zur Wehr und versucht, den behinderten Patienten und Mitgefangenen zu helfen. Zwei Mikrofone. Der eine fragt: Wann hast du deine Neigung entdeckt? Jahrelang hat er gehofft, dass das wieder weggeht. Aber es ging nicht weg. Er hat eine Therapie gemacht und gelernt, seine Neigung zu kontrollieren.
Doch er muss damit leben, was er seiner Tochter angetan hat. His fate as a psychiatric patient took him from being arrested by the police and held in psychiatric custody to being consigned for years to a mental asylum. The author Antje Schmidt depicts his life, suffering and artistic liberation in a moving, scenic documentation. Its aim is to help them muster up the courage to seek the best-suited therapy.
Impressive examples of four patients are shown of how these people feel and most important of all, how they have been helped. Renowned experts explain what exactly PTSD is and the therapies available for its sufferers. Therefore a council has been founded that represents several associations for service users and family carers. It shaped the scientific programme by organising Joint Sessions with all three stakeholder groups and thus presenting the full range of perspectives and expertise.
The exhibition is freely accessible for all congress delegates and invites visitors to linger and seek information. Pandora e. European Society for the Study of Personality Disorders. Several workshops, symposia, meet-the-expert sessions, lectures and discussion forums have been specially tailored for early career psychiatrists. Young psychiatrists and those who want to become psychiatrists will have the opportunity to interact directly with leading figures in the field and make valuable contacts.
Clinical and ethical chances and challenges of open door policies in acute psychiatry Janice Kalagi, Germany Jakov Gather, Simone Efkemann, Milena Meyers, Georg Juckel High and intensive care in psychiatry: a model to prevent coercion Laura van Melle, The Netherlands Users experiences with humiliation in the mental health care settings Tonje Lossius Husum, Norway Can peer support workers reduce coercion in psychiatry?
Republic of Macedonia. If you agree, then simply join the others at the end of the speed dating event or come directly to the meeting point at the Spree at 9 pm. Wir brauchen dich: generation-psy. Wir brennen darauf, die Zukunft des Faches Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie zu gestalten.
Bist du dabei? Immer mehr Menschen mit psychischen Erkrankungen suchen sich professionelle Hilfe. Das ist gut, denn so erhalten sie die richtige Diagnose und Therapie. Das ist deine Chance. Unsere Gesellschaft braucht junge Psychiater. Wir brauchen dich. Generation PSY, das seid zuallererst ihr. Generation PSY, das sind auch wir. Wir sind eure Klassensprecher, eure Botschafter und eure Ansprechpartner innerhalb des Faches Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie und wollen unsere Begeisterung an euch weitergeben.
Triff uns auf dem Weltkongress in der Messe Berlin. Abends kannst du Berlin auf eigene Faust entdecken. Participants with children up to 12 years are able to make use of this service. However, pre-registration is required due to a limited number of places. A reflection of Swiss experiences Jan Schuermann, Switzerland Stella Reiter-Theil Clinical ethics support in Norwegian psychiatric hospitals what has been done and does it make a difference? Chen, Hong Kong William Honer, Canada The effect of early medication discontinuation on long-term clinical outcome in first episode psychosis Eric Y.
WPA Section: Addiction Psychiatry Chairs: Stefan Gutwinski, Germany Reinhard Michael Krausz, Canada Mental illness, substance use disorders and personality disorders in homeless persons in Western countries Seena Fazel, United Kingdom Overcoming challenges: understanding the relationship of drug addiction, mental health and cognition in providing care for homeless Christian G. Gonzalez, M. Ibarra, A. Prats, L. Montero Gonzalez, M. Fernandez, V. Feldman, Per A.
Newcorn, J. Robert Mestel, Germany In pursuit of truth which therapies will determine the future? Aichberger, Germany. Servaas, Date C. Schroeter Postoperative delirium and postoperative cognitive dysfunction: is there relationship to dementia? Angermeyer, Tobias Luck, Steffi G. Verhagen, The Netherlands What happens if we solve our world's crisis with amygdala driven reactions social psychiatry perspectives Roy Abraham Kallivayalil, India How does the juridical system respond to world's crisis a diagnosis Sabine Koenig, Germany Religion and conflict what can we learn from comparative religion?
Peter J. Nordic approaches Marianne C. Two case studies denoting new conditions for partnership between psychiatrists and faith healers in Saudi Arabia Asmaa Ebraheem, Egypt Assabeyya, idiom of distress: an exploration of Egyptian women's suffering in contemporary Cairo Heba Allah Habib, Egypt Abdelwahed Mekki-Berrada Dangerous or vulnerable a genealogy of difficult and violent adolescents in France Yannis Gansel, France Tandems between professionals and lay experts towards sustainable mental health vs.
Lang, Christian G. Berner, Germany. Schatzberg, USA Translational research approaches focused on mechanisms underlying the risk to develop stress-related psychopathology Ned H. Kees Laban, The Netherlands Racism, discrimination and mental distress Carlos Zubaran, Australia Effective interventions to reduce mental health stigma and discrimination Graham Thornicroft, United Kingdom Xenophobia and mental health: discrimination, depression and the suffering of refugees in the new South Africa Jonathan Burns, United Kingdom Addressing racism and discrimination through culturally informed mental health policy and practice Laurence J.
Juan J. Kostas Fountoulakis, Greece Family educational and training programs in different psychiatric contexts Massimo Clerici, Italy Ester di Giacomo Biobanking, biomarkers, and multi-omics in psychiatry: a comprehensive perspective Thomas G. Asokan, India Highlights of psycho-legal issues in a prospective data of a tertiary care hospital in Pakistan Fareed A.
Beine, Germany Hilf dir selbst, sonst tut es keiner Karl H. Dan Rujescu, Germany Translational imaging evidence for functionality and mechanisms of GWA-identified genetic variants Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg, Germany Epigenetic processes in neuropsychiatry disorders Moshe Szyf, Canada S Symposium Hall A1 TOPIC 3: Psychotic disorders Symptom dimensions in schizophrenia brain correlates and personalised treatment options Chairs: Tilo Kircher, Germany Werner Strik, Switzerland A three dimensional symptom structure of schizophrenia is linked to specific structural and functional brain changes Werner Strik, Switzerland The neurobiology of formal thought disorder: specific for schizophrenia?
Tilo Kircher, Germany Speech graphs and brain graphs: can we improve outcomes of schizophrenia by targeting language? Lena K. You're making me sick! The controversial diagnosis of gender incongruence of childhood Annelou L.
Krueger, USA Can clinicians tell the difference between mental disorders and private behaviours? Menon, T. Grund Transgenerational cycle of maltreatment: biological effects in the peripheral organ system and its implications for psychotherapy research Christiane Waller, Germany S. Krause, R. Fegert, I. Kolassa, U. Gablonski, J. Reed, Switzerland. Montag, A. Matthey, Z. Strasser, T. Kaiser, A. Wullschleger, J. Berg, N. Alan F. Schatzberg, USA Using multimodal predictors for antidepressant treatment response from neuroimaging to genetics and epigenetics Elisabeth Binder, Germany Using a nonhuman primate model of anxiety to inform the development of personalized treatments Ned H.
Chairs: Maike Rotzoll, Germany Volker Roelcke, Germany Resources for each other the Society of German Neurologists and Psychiatrists and Nazi biopolitics Hans-Walter Schmuhl, Germany Give them back a part of their dignity research on the victims of patients' murder Euthanasia and its significance for understanding national socialist psychiatry Maike Rotzoll, Germany Brain tissues as a legacy of Nazi psychiatry and their post-war use, Paul Weindling, United Kingdom.
Marie Spies, Germany The new proposed neuroscience-based nomenclature for psychotropic medications Thomas Baghai, Germany. Margret Osterfeld, Germany. Was brauchen wir? Lymberis, USA. The association between suicidality and religion in depressed, religiously affiliated patients Matthias Jongkind, The Netherlands. Mirella Ruggeri, Italy Continuity of care or specialisation: what do clinicians prefer?
Jacek Moskalewicz, Poland Marta Welbel, Justyna Klingemann Which service organisation model can reduce hospital admissions and improve clinical and social outcomes? Lee, USA The oxytocin system and social-cognitive functioning in schizophrenia is nasal oxytocin a potential treatment option? Mohandas Warrier, India Gut microbiota a primer E. Naveen Kumar, V. Ramesh, Thirthalli Jagadisha, Bangalore N. Gangadhar Predictors of relapse among patients with psychosis and bipolar disorder from Eastern Crete Maria Anastasaki, Greece Emmanouil Pasparakis, Panagiotis Simos, Eirini Koutentaki, Alexandros Vgontzas, Konstantinos Faloutsos, Giorgos Mavroidis, Georgia Kalomoiri Increased densities of T- and B-lymphocytes and plasma cells in post mortem brains of schizophrenics and patients suffering from affective disorders indicate neuroinflammation in patient subgroups Konstantin Schlaaff, Germany Scarlett V.
Bhargavi Davar, India. Milan Latas, Serbia Culture and assessment of psychopathology: a focus on Australian Aboriginal people Aleksandar Janca, Australia Dimensional and categorical assessment of personality disorders: advantages and disadvantages Peter Tyrer, United Kingdom Assessment of transdiagnostic constructs: how helpful are worry, intolerance of uncertainty and dysphoria?
Kalmady, Vijay Danivas, Janardhanan V. Narayanaswamy, Shivarama Varambally, Ganesan Venkatasubramanian The influence of task-irrelevant threat on the early electrocortical processing stages in individuals with schizophrenia and healthy controls Barbara Schulte Holthausen, Germany Christina Regenbogen, Thilo Kellermann, Frank Schneider, J. Rao Medication and bipolar mixed states?
Reed, Switzerland Symptom severity qualifiers and course specifiers in ICD primary psychotic disorders: could they contribute to adequate pay for performance? Stefan Borgwardt, Switzerland What can our knowledge about the brain contribute to psychopathology?
Plaedoyer for a spatiotemporal psychopathology Georg Northoff, Canada Semantic processing and semantic experience in people with schizophrenia: a bridge between phenomenological psychopathology and neuroscience? A randomised, double-blinded, placebo-controlled clinical trial Anders Fink-Jensen, Denmark. Meyer Is psychoeducational family intervention feasible in the Italian mental health centres? Shiroma, Subhagya Kulatunga, Tharaka Dassanayake.
Austin Goethe's creative self- therapeutic strategies to overcome depressive episodes Rainer M. Cernovsky, Canada Jack R. Herpertz, Germany Current evidence for psychological interventions: updated Cochrane review Eric Simonsen, Denmark Socio-cultural aspects of the clinical management of personality disorders Renato Alarcon, USA Abnormal brain mechanisms as targets of psychotherapy in borderline Sabine C.
Thorup, Ole Mors. Corrigan, USA What can research contribute to anti-stigma work? Patrick W. Verhagen, The Netherlands Presentation of the position statement and its practical implications for research, education and clinical practice Alexander Moreira-Almeida, Brazil Position statement on spirituality and religion in psychiatry: a matter of attitude Peter J. Wai Lun Alan Fung, Canada Interfaith mental health alliance for holistic, cost effective, culturally sensitive health care delivery Avdesh Kumar Sharma, India Practical spirituality for mental health issues: some key concepts and principles of Brahmakumaris Rajyoga lifestyle Sujatha Devanathan Sharma, India Stigma and stigmata: the intersection of spirituality, stigma and mental health discrimination Alison J.
Quevenco, Anton F. Nitsch, Christoph Hock Are anxiety disorders associated with accelerated aging and cognitive decline? Baena Mures, J. Reed, Fareed A. Stanley, J. Lyketsos, USA. Schroeter, Germany Meta-analysis of cytokine alterations in psychiatric disorders: comparisons between schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and depression David Goldsmith, USA C-reactive protein is increased in schizophrenia but is not altered by antipsychotics: meta-analysis and implications Brisa S.
A European perspective on care for patients with chronic disorders Stefan Priebe, United Kingdom Chances and challenges of working in partnership with users and family carers Michaela Amering, Austria Providing care for people with severe mental illness: what should the research focus be? Beine, Germany Ich will das auch! In 7 Schritten zur Resilienz Bodo K. Wolfgang Fleischhacker, Austria Epi genetics new avenues towards personalized treatment in psychiatry?
Chairs: Thomas G. Roland Freudenmann, Germany Duration of untreated psychosis and its impact on the outcome in delusional disorders including delusional infestation Dmitry V. Chairs: Rachid Bennegadi, France Roy Abraham Kallivayalil, India Differing perspectives from the developing and developed countries Roy Abraham Kallivayalil, India Providing care to people in precarious situations: social and cultural competence Rachid Bennegadi, France Social determinants of mental health: the universal and the local Fernando Lolas, Chile Social determinants of mental health: the role of psychiatric organisations Marianne C.
Marien-Hospital Eickel Peter W. A comparison to benzodiazepines with special regard to withdrawal reactions Tom Bschor, Germany The withdrawal of neuroleptics: When to do so? When not to do so? What then? McMahon, Thomas G. Schulze, Bernhard T. Peter C. Vladimir Carli, Sweden Utilization of clinical biomarkers for the evaluation of suicide risk Philippe Courtet, France Suicide risk assessment: where are we now?
Toshimasa Maruta, Japan The cooperation between attending physicians and occupational physicians in the support of employees with mental disorders in Japan Hisanori Hiro, Japan Who pays for what? Marc Masson, France Which biomarkers for lithium response? Frank Bellivier, France Is lithium therapy really at risk for kidney?
Pim Cuijpers, The Netherlands Is individualized psychotherapy a motor of innovation? Winston Shen, Taiwan From evidence-based medicine to precision medicine of depression in Korea Min-Soo Lee, Republic of Korea Is there a role for Chinese acupuncture in the treatment of depressive disorders?
Roger Ng, People's Republic of China. Lagos-Grisales, Alfonso J. Domes, Sarah E. Fromme, Tracy M. Baune The watchdog won't stop barking! Decreased amygdala inhibition by prefrontal cortex in major depression: the influence of medication, genetic predisposition and childhood maltreatment Roman Kessler, Germany Igor Nenadic, Verena Schuster, Miriam H.
Bopp, Kristin M. Noethen, Stephanie H. Kastrup, Denmark Health care services for female refugees in Australia Kym Jenkins, Australia Results of a representative study: expectations of female refugees Meryam Schouler-Ocak, Germany S Symposium Hall Helsinki 1 TOPIC 6: Eating disorders, sleep disorders and other disorders of this category New developments in the treatment of eating disorders over the life span Chairs: Beate Herpertz-Dahlmann, Germany Ulrike Schmidt, United Kingdom Treatment setting matters advantages and disadvantages of inpatient, day patient and home treatment in young patients with AN Beate Herpertz-Dahlmann, Germany Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation: new hope for patients with severe and enduring anorexia nervosa?
Gillespie, Steven H. Aggen, Robert F. Krueger, Kenneth S. Marta Torrens, Spain Improving treatment for individuals with severe dual diagnosis: available evidence, current treatment models, and new directions Christian G. Schulze, Germany Raju M. The patient experience!
Anil Thapliyal, New Zealand Can computer games treat anxiety? Sally Merry, New Zealand Web programs as add-on and alternative to conventional care? Schulze, Germany Dan Rujescu, Germany Molecular-genetic correlates of long-term outcome in psychoses: what can be done with a well-characterised cohort?
Herpertz, Romuald Brunner, Sibylle Maria Winter, Andreas Heinz, Stefan Roepke, Christine Heim, Felix Bermpohl A systematic review of depressive disorder and depressive symptoms amongst sexual minority youth: are gay kids really more likely to feel down? Asokan, G. Srinivasagopalan, C. Maikandaan OS Oral Presentation Session Room R5 TOPIC Stimulation methods and interdisciplinary interventions Stimulation methods and interdisciplinary interventions Chairs: Alexander Sartorius, Germany Oliver Gruber, Germany Promising results on treatment of prolonged and chronic depression through cross-sectorial and multi-professional collaboration Heidrun Faninger-Lund, Finland Study on effects of add-on transcranial direct current stimulation tdcs in patients with schizophrenia Premchand Karuppannan Chandrasekaran, India Samir Kumar Praharaj Efficacy of transcranial direct current stimulation tdcs in somatic symptom disorder, predominantly pain: a randomized, double-blind, sham-controlled study Prashanth Peethala, India Shripathy M.
Poyares, Ana E. Rui, Alberto O. Straube, N. Bausch-Becker, E. Narayanaswamy, Shivarama Varambally, Venkatasubramanian Ganesan Disparity of end-of-life care in cancer patients with and without schizophrenia: a nationwide population-based cohort study Huei-Kai Huang, Taiwan Ying-Wei Wang, Jyh-Gang Hsieh, Chia-Jung Hsieh Effects of transcranial direct current stimulation tdcs on working memory performance in patients with schizophrenia Tobias Schwippel, Germany Christian Plewnia Collaboration with family of young adults with first episode psychosis: psychoeducation or reflexive dialogue?
Manuel Tettamanti, Switzerland Fabrice Chantraine, Logos Curtis Additive effect of religious activity in the management of patients with schizophrenia: a study from Bangladesh M. Giampaolo Perna, Italy Daniela Caldirola Do specific symptoms moderate the association between disability and symptom count in generalized anxiety disorder? Janardhan Reddy, C. Morshed, Bangladesh Sultana Algin, S.
Olofsdotter, S. Vadlin, M. Ramklint, K. Martin Koehne, Germany Wie geht eine deutsche psychiatrische Klinik mit ihrer nationalsozialistischen Geschichte um? Niels Bergemann, Germany Wolfgang E. Kim Neural correlates of psychotherapeutic treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder: a systematic literature review Verena Rau, Germany Kathrin Malejko, Birgit Abler, Paul Plener, Joana Straub Spider phobia: fear of eight legged insects or more?
Reuter, Peter Tonn. Two case reports Mohammadreza Shalbafan, Iran Farzaneh Malekpour Predictors of response to celecoxib augmentation of olanzapine therapy in schizophrenia in a randomized, double blind, controlled study Kabir Garg, India Anil Nischal, Anuradha Nischal, Adarsh Tripathi, Manu Agarwal Relationship between antipsychotic treatment and metabolic parameters in a group of patients with severe mental disorder and sedentary lifestyle Luisa San Emeterio, Spain M.
Filimonov, Sergey Nikulin, A. Rudik, Alexander Dmitriev, Lyudmila Savchenko, Eugeniy Bryun Memantine augmentation improves symptoms in patients with treatment-refractory obsessivecompulsive disorder: a randomized controlled trial Setareh Razoughi, Iran Mehdi Sayyah, Leila Kouti, Kaveh Eslami Efficacy of intravenous ketamine for treatment of acute post traumatic stress disorder Achyut Trivedi, India Ashok Singhal.
Groen, U. Peter, P. Hampel, A. Karow, J. Angermeyer, Georg Schomerus. Asokan, M. Strain, Albert Diefenbacher. Rao, Shivarama Varambally, B. Horwitz B. The educational programme will consider scientific and procedure-related knowledge that contributes to the preservation and further development of psychiatric-psychotherapeutic skills. The focus is on the teaching of subject-specific and interdisciplinary contents and practicing practical skills.
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The permission is only valid for the purpose requested. Every transfer of footage to third parties and every alternative use of footage requires prior permission from the DGPPN. German language Session. Drinks will be offered. A meeting point will be provided where young professionals can easily get in touch with each other and with renowned experts. The four band members front women Holly Rose lead vocals and guitar and Lily Black backing vocals and upright bass , lead guitarist Stevie, and drummer Carl came from all over Germany before deciding to form this unique Rockabilly band in Berlin.
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Make sure to secure your ticket at the counter. The scientific visits will be accompanied by an English-speaking guide. It looks back on a year history of healing, research and teaching at the top international level with 3, doctors and scientists. The museum's special exhibitions focus on current aspects of medicine and medical history of the last four centuries.
In its stocks, the museum holds quite a few historical medical collections. They also provide objects for an ongoing material research in the fields of history of science and medicine. The permanent exhibition includes pieces of pathological anatomic moist and dry compounds, models and images.
Explore the museum on a private guided tour. Berlin in the 's in memoriam of the victims You will visit the Topography of Terror one of the most frequently visited places of remembrance in Berlin. There you will have some time to individually explore the exhibition. The second stop of the tour will be the T4 Memorial and Information point for the victims of the Euthanasia killings. Rotzoll, an expert at the Institute for History and Ethics of Medicine of the University of Heidelberg, will provide insights and background information.
General conditions Full payment in advance is required. The scientific visit will be conducted in English. Meeting point: bus parking All tours are based on a minimum of 25 participants. The organisers reserve the right to cancel the tours if the minimum number of participants is not reached. Registration fees for cancelled tours will be refunded.
The aim is to get more insight into the daily clinical practice and workspace environment at German psychiatric hospitals. Contact person: Sabine Prestele Hurry up and ask at the tour congress counter for last free places. All tours will be accompanied by an English-speaking guide.
Please check at the congress tour counter which tours are currently available. Tour tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis, so places are limited. Please purchase your ticket at least one day prior to the respective event. Please note that advance registration is required. The tour will take you through the city centre of Berlin. The bus will then proceed along the green lung of Berlin, the Tiergarten, the former private hunting grounds for the king and the electors of Brandenburg, in which nowadays Berlin's inhabitants as well as tourists find time to relax.
You will see the Victory Column, crowned with the golden Goddess of Victory and pass by Charlottenburg Palace, a late 17th century baroque masterpiece. Here, you will also see the Memorial Church, the symbol of the city, preserved as a ruin. You will then continue towards Potsdamer Platz where you will get an impression of what used to be the biggest construction site of Europe. A historic place and the last stop on this tour will be Checkpoint Charlie, the famous former border crossing in the heart of Berlin.
Until the fall of the Berlin Wall on 9 November, , it signified the border between West and East, Capitalism and Communism, freedom and confinement. The heart of Spandauer Vorstadt is the New Synagogue, which has always been and still is the symbol of Jewish culture in Berlin.
The bus will drop you off at Hackescher Markt for a walking tour. You will be picked up again at the New Synagogue, home to the Centrum Judaicum. The bus will then take you to the Jewish Museum in Berlin-Kreuzberg, which constitutes a spectacular highlight of modern architecture in Berlin. The Jewish Museum was opened in and gives an interesting insight into the history of the Jewish people.
Its outstanding design by Daniel Libeskind is based on a process of connecting lines between locations of historic events and locations of Jewish culture in Berlin. A museumtour will be arranged. Price per person: EUR 55 Price includes: admission fee and guided tour at the Jewish Museum, transportation and English-speaking guide.
During the Spree Canals tour you will discover Berlin from an unusual and fascinating perspective. The city was once Germany's second largest inland port and still has more bridges than Venice! Travel along the Spree and pass such famous sights as the Reichstag, the Berlin Cathedral and Museum Island, site of one of the world's richest museum complexes, as well as the Nikolai Quarter.
Audio guides are available on the boat and our guide will also give you some interesting facts about the buildings and different spots during the boat trip. Price per person: EUR 55 Price includes: ticket for a public boat tour, transportation and English-speaking guide. The tour will begin with a short bus tour through the city centre of Potsdam. You will also pass the Russian colony "Alexandrovka" and the early 18th century settlement "Holland Quarter" with its colourful houses.
Afterwards you will visit one of the following Prussian palaces and their beautiful garden. The whole complex was built as the summer residence for the Prussian Royal family. The architect Georg W. The New Palace was erected in the western part of Park Sanssouci between and Frederick the Great's New Palace marks the symbolic end of an era, since after its completion no further baroque palaces were built in Prussia.
Afterwards the bus will bring you back to Berlin. Price per person: EUR 50 Price includes: admission fee and guided tour at one of the Prussian palaces and park at Sanssouci, transportation and English-speaking guide. You will receive your tour tickets at the congress tour counter.
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This fee does not apply to resident doctors or trainees with a professional degree or completed professional training. Advance registration for the sightseeing tour is required. Please note that accompanying persons do not have access to the scientific sessions, the poster exhibition and the technical exhibition. Priority will be given to pre-registered delegates. Depending on the number of on-site registered delegates, availability of congress material may be limited. Berlin information Get to know more about Berlin, please come and visit booth no.
Business center The business center is located on the ground floor of the CityCube Berlin in the area of the O-rooms. Please kindly note that participants can only obtain CME credits either for the congress or for the Courses within the same time frame. Clinic job fair The job fair will be located in Hall 2. Here you will find your booking confirmation and personal messages. Participants are invited to generate their personal programme by visiting the congress website programme online programme.
Coffee breaks and lunch Various dining options as well as coffee and tea will be offered on a self-pay basis. Numerous food stands will be located in Hall 2. With this App you are able to specifically search for sessions, lectures, speakers and abstracts as well as view the current programme schedule. We kindly ask that all German State-of-the-Art-Symposia are being evaluated by using the App at the end of each session.
Your questions and comments are sent to the chair of each session via a WLAN hall network. The chair then forwards these questions or comments to the speaker. To print the name badge use the barcode provided on the confirmation. Childcare services are provided free of charge by KIDS Betreuung Registered congress participants with children up to 12 years are able to make use of this service. Sessions that are marked with will be held in German.
Translation will not be provided. Internet center The Internet center is located in Hall 2. Security staff have the obligation to enforce the wearing of the badges. The colours of the name badge have the following meaning: Blue Doctors, scientists, psychologists and other health care professionals Orange Other professions, guests Yellow Press Grey Accompanying person Green Exhibitors Red Staff Networking reception All congress participants are cordially invited to participate in the Networking reception.
These sessions offer an effective forum for the exchange of information and a means to communicate ideas, research and programmes. Poster authors are required to be available for questions and further information at their poster board during from Monday to Thursday. Posters are changed on Wednesday morning and are on display for the entire day of the respective poster session. They are sorted by topics and will be numbered within those topics.
The poster exhibition is open to all registered delegates. Press Press conferences will take place in room M6. The working area for journalists is in room M7. The press office is on the ground floor of the CityCube Berlin in room O The WPA reserves the right to make any necessary changes to the programme at short notice.
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