Scientific Committee
Prof. István Bitter
Prof. János Réthelyi
Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy
Semmelweis University

Program/speakers

26th April, 2019 - Room Pátria

10.00-12.00 E- poster walk Moderators: György Szekeres, Róbert Herold
12.00-13.00 Lunch
13.00-13.30 Opening remarks János Réthelyi, István Bitter
Chair: István Bitter
13.30-14.15. Merete Nordentoft: Early intervention in psychosis - evidence and implementation
14.15-15.00. Lisa Dixon: Early Psychosis Treatment: How Did We Get Here & Where Are We Going? A US Perspective
15.00-15.30. Q&A
15.30-16.00 Break
Chair: Réthelyi János
16.00 -16.45. István Bitter:: What do real world data tell us about the treatment and course of schizophrenia
16.45 -17.30. Donald Goff: Biological models for early intervention in psychosis
17.30-18.00 Q&A
18.00-18-30 Wrap up, winner poster announcement
18.30: Dinner

27th April, 2019 - Room Bartók

Chair: Janos Kalman
9.00-9.45. János Réthelyi: The Genetics of Schizophrenia
9.45-10.30. Peter Falkai: The Diagnosis of Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder: From Kraepelin to ICD-11.
10.30-11.00 Q&A
11.00-11.30 Break

Chair: Zoltán Janka


11.30-13.00. Satellita Symposium sponsored by Janssen Neuroscience: How to optimize outcomes in schizophrenia?
11.30-12.20. Christoph U. Correll: Optimizing Outcomes in Schizophrenia: What is the Role of Long-acting Treatments?
12.20-12.45 Tamás Tényi: Communicating with patients living with schizophrenia: role of the treating physician
12.45-13.00 Q&A
13.00-13.30 Daniel Oravetz, Teodóra Kulcsár, Tímea Englert, Tamás Tényi: A journey to recovery: perspectives of patients and caregivers – panel discussion:
(Panel discussion will be held in Hungarian. Simultaneous interpretation into English will be provided)
13.30-14.00 Wrap-up, Closing the conference: János Réthelyi
14.00: Lunch