Early intervention for young Koreans with early psychosis

Early intervention for young Koreans with early psychosis
Psychotic disorders mostly develop in the late teens and 20s. If young individuals with psychosis receive intensive initial treatment at the appropriate time, they can recover completely. However, in many cases, these patients experience frequent recurrence due to treatment discontinuation and the burden of social/occupational stress. For full recovery, patients not only need pharmacologic treatme...
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Meet the Speaker: Helen Fisher

Meet the Speaker: Helen Fisher
2018 Plenary Speaker IV: "What Makes Trauma Traumatic... and for whom?" Evidence from longitudinal studies Helen Fisher Senior Lecturer, Social Genetic & Developmental Psychiatry, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, King's College London Dr Helen L. Fisher is a Senior Lecturer and MQ Fellow based in the Social, Genetic & Developmental Psychiatry Centre at the Ins...
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Predicting clinical outcomes with PRONIA

Predicting clinical outcomes with PRONIA
One important aim of research in the early phase of mental disorders is to better predict who will become unwell, and who will have severe illness. Recently I attended a workshop in Pisa, Italy, dedicated to this issue. The workshop brought together investigators funded by the European Union through a specific call to develop effective imaging tools for diagnosis, monitoring and management of m...
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IEPA 12 – 2020

IEPA 12 – 2020
The IEPA are excited to announce the IEPA 12 Early Intervention in Mental Health Conference will be held in Brazil 2020.   Further information will be on the website www.iepa.org.au as it becomes available.
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Meet the Speaker: Ed Bullmore

Meet the Speaker: Ed Bullmore
2018 Plenary Speaker III: Sculpting the teenage brain - neuroscience and behaviour Edward T. Bullmore University of Cambridge Head of the Department of Psychiatry, Cambridge, UK   Ed Bullmore, MB, PhD, FRCP, FRCPsych, FMedSci, trained in medicine at the University of Oxford and St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London; then in psychiatry at the Bethlem Royal & Maudsley Hospital, London....
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Meet the Speaker: Sarah-Jayne Blakemore

Meet the Speaker: Sarah-Jayne Blakemore
#IEPA11 2018 Plenary Speaker II: Adolescence Social Cognition and Development Sarah-Jayne Blakemore University College London Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience London, UK Sarah-Jayne Blakemore is Professor in Cognitive Neuroscience at UCL. She is Leader of the Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Group and Deputy Director of the UCL Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience. Her group's res...
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Meet the Speaker: Mario Alvarez-Jimenez

Meet the Speaker: Mario Alvarez-Jimenez
#IEPA11 2018 Plenary Speaker I: Using Online Social Media to Foster Long-term Recovery in Youth Mental Health Mario Alvarez-Jimenez Head of E-Health Orygen The National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health Melbourne, Australia Associate Professor Mario Alvarez-Jimenez is Head of e-health at Orygen, The National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health, and the Centre for Youth M...
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IEPA MEMBERSHIP NEWS

IEPA MEMBERSHIP NEWS
If you haven't heard from us in a while it is probably because the contact information we have on file is out of date.   Did you receive the information recently posted to you regarding the IEPA11 conference? Please remember to visit the membership page http://iepa.org.au/membership/ and update your contact details.
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IEPA 11 PLENARY SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED

IEPA 11 PLENARY SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED
We are pleased to announce the following Plenary Speakers at the IEPA 11 Conference Prevention and Early Intervention - Broadening the Scope Mario Alvarez-Jimenez Sarah-Jayne Blakemore Edward T Bullmore Helen Fisher Takao Hensch Steve E. Hyman Nev Jones John M Kane Inez Myin-Germeys
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