Scientific Programme



Saturday 10

Sala de Cámara12345Hotel de la Reconquista
08:00

SE-Breakfast with Psychoanalysis: Psychodynamic approaches to suicide prevention and self-harm reduction

09:00

SO-: New insights into the pharmacology of suicidal behaviors

SO-: Results from the Saving and Empowering Young Lives in Europe (SEYLE) study

SO-: Listen to the patient: Possibilities for evaluation of the risk of suicidal behaviour

SO-: Community based 4-level interventions for suicide prevention around the world

SO-: Internet use and suicidal behaviour: Risks, benefits and patterns of use.

SO-: Suicide and violence - risk factors and consequences

11:00

SP-Plenary session: WORLD SUICIDE PREVENTION DAY

13:30

-: Lunch with the expert

14:30

SO-: ECNP Network for Suicide Prevention

SO-: Integrated care for Suicide Attempters in Flanders

SO-: Is the prediction of future suicidal behaviour clinically useful?

SO-: Mental Health Nurses and Suicide Prevention: International Approaches

SO-: Suicidality and suicide prevention in the context of culture and gender

16:00

SO-: New approaches and evidence in support of the IMV model of suicidal behaviour

SO-: Recent findings and theory of electrodermal hyporeactivity and suicide risk

17:30

-Closing Ceremony: Closing Ceremony

21:00

-: Gala Dinner

 

 SE-Breakfast with Psychoanalysis: Psychodynamic approaches to suicide prevention and self-harm reduction

Day: 10 | Time: 08:00 | Room: 2

Chair: Mark Goldblatt . Harvard Medical School. Cambridge, MA, USA

Systematic literature review of the effectiveness of psychodynamic interventions:
Antigone Gkaravella. South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust Southwark Child & Adolescent Mental Health Neurodevelopmental Service. London, UK

Dynamics in adolescent suicidal groups; informing interventions
Stephen Briggs. University of East London. London, UK

Principles of psychodynamic psychotherapy of suicidality: Results from a qualitative review of case reports
Reinhard Lindner. University of Hamburg. Hamburg, Germany


 SO-: New insights into the pharmacology of suicidal behaviors

Day: 10 | Time: 09:00 | Room: Sala de Cámara

Chair: Gustavo Turecki . McGill University. Montreal, Canada

The role of cyp P-450 in suicidal behavior
Eva Peñas-Lledó. Universidad de Extremadura. Badajoz, Spain

Antidepressant poor response and suicidal features, what comes first?
Jorge Lopez-Castroman. CHU Nimes. Nimes, France

Innovative molecular test to predict drug-induced psychiatric adverse effects
Dinah Weissmann. Alcediag. Montpellier, France


 SO-: Results from the Saving and Empowering Young Lives in Europe (SEYLE) study

Day: 10 | Time: 09:00 | Room: 1

Chair: Christina Hoven . Columbia University. New York - USA

: A cost-effectiveness analysis of the SEYLE cluster-randomised, controlled trial of school-based suicide prevention programmes
Paul Corcoran. National Suicide Research Foundation. Cork - Ireland

Fatigue related mental health issues and life-style habits in teenage European schoolchildren
Merike Sisask. Estonian-Swedish Mental Health & Suicidology Institute. Tallin - Estonia

Physical activity in European adolescents and associations with anxiety, depression and wellbeing.
Elaine McMahon. National Suicide Research Foundation. Cork - Ireland


 SO-: Listen to the patient: Possibilities for evaluation of the risk of suicidal behaviour

Day: 10 | Time: 09:00 | Room: 2

Chair: Trine Madsen . Mental Health Center Copenhagen, . Copenhagen, Denmark

Predicting suicidal risk in bipolar disorder
Esther Jiménez. Hospital Clínic Barcelona. CIBERSAM.. Barcelona, Spain

Risk factors and prevention of self-harm in individuals with borderline personality disorder - A systematic review and meta-analysis
Kate Aamund. Mental Health Center Northern Sealand . Denmark

Clinical risk factors for suicidal behaviour in patients in schizophrenia spectrum
Merete Nordentoft. MentalHealth Center Copenhagen. Denmark


 SO-: Community based 4-level interventions for suicide prevention around the world

Day: 10 | Time: 09:00 | Room: 3

Chair: Victor Pérez Sola . Institut de Neuropsiquiatria i Adiccions. Hospital del Mar. Barcelona, Spain

The 4-level model and the promotion and prevention of depression and suicidal behaviours in Portugal
Ricardo Gusmão . EUTIMIA; ISPUP. Lisboa; Porto, Portugal

Expand Community based 4-level interventions to Canada
Simon Hatcher. Brain and Mind Research Institute. University of Ottawa. Ottawa, Canada


 SO-: Internet use and suicidal behaviour: Risks, benefits and patterns of use.

Day: 10 | Time: 09:00 | Room: 4

Chair: David Gunnell . University of Bristol. UK

Suicide and self-harm related internet use: prevalence and characteristics of hospital presenting patients.
Prianka Padmanathan. University of Bristol. UK

Qualitative study of individuals using the internet when suicidal.
Jane Derges. University of Bristol. UK

Meta-ethnography of qualitative samples examining internet use and suicidal behaviour.
Jane Derges. University of Bristol. UK


 SO-: Suicide and violence - risk factors and consequences

Day: 10 | Time: 09:00 | Room: 5

Chair: Bo Runeson . Centre psychiatry research, Karolinska Institutet. Stockholm, Sweden

Interpersonal violence and short-term risk of suicide attempt
Axel Haglund. Norra Stockholms psykiatri. Stockholm, Sweden

Suicide and violence in parents
Marie Dahlin. Centre psychiatric research, Karolinska Institutet. Stockholm, Sweden

Violent bereavement of parents and long-term consequences for off-spring
Bo Runeson. Centr psychiatry research, Karolinska Institutet. Stockholm, Sweden


 SP-Plenary session: WORLD SUICIDE PREVENTION DAY

Day: 10 | Time: 11:00 | Room: Sala de Cámara

Chair: Julio Bobes

Vladimir Carli. Karolinska Institutet. Stockholm, Sweden

Alexandra Fleischmann. World Health Organization. Geneva, Switzerland

Shekhar Saxena. World Health Organization. Geneva, Switzerland

Ella Arensman. IASP - National Suicide Research Foundation. Cork, Ireland


 -: Lunch with the expert

Day: 10 | Time: 13:30 | Room: 4

Chair: J. John Mann


 SO-: ECNP Network for Suicide Prevention

Day: 10 | Time: 14:30 | Room: Sala de Cámara

Chair: Danuta Wasserman . Karolinska Institutet. Stockholm - Sweden

Biomarkers and suicidal behaviour
Pilar Saiz. University of Oviedo. Oviedo - Spain

Externalizing psychopathology, ADHD and suicide
Judit Balazs. judit.agnes.balazs@gmail.com. Budapest - Hungary

Polygenic associations of neurodevelopmental genes in suicide attempt
Marcus Sokolowski. Karolinska Institutet. Stockholm - Sweden


 SO-: Integrated care for Suicide Attempters in Flanders

Day: 10 | Time: 14:30 | Room: 1

Chair: Mercedes Wolters . Federation Mental Health Care Services . Ghent - Belgium

Care for Suicide Attempters - Actions and materials
Peter Beks. Care for Suicide Attempters. Lommel - Belgium

Assessment, care and referral after a suicide attempt: a training programme
Ine Vermeersch. Mental Health Care Service Eclips- Suicide prevention. Ghent - Belgium

Toolkit "on track again": a survival kit for young suicide attempters
Lien Neuckermans. Mental Health Care Service Eclips- Suicide prevention. Ghent - Belgium


 SO-: Is the prediction of future suicidal behaviour clinically useful?

Day: 10 | Time: 14:30 | Room: 2

Chair: Navneet Kapur . University of Manchester . Manchester, UK

Rethinking Suicide Risk Assessment: A Data-Informed Approach
Lanny Berman. Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Maryland, USA

Systematic review and meta-analysis of the accuracy of predictive instruments and clinician prediction of suicidal behaviour
Matt Spittal. University of Melbourne. Australia

Statistical limitations to the prediction of low prevalence events with reference to future suicidal behaviour
Greg Carter. University of Newcastle. Australia


 SO-: Mental Health Nurses and Suicide Prevention: International Approaches

Day: 10 | Time: 14:30 | Room: 3

Chair: John Cutcliffe . Wright State University. USA

Mental health promotion and suicide prevention art schools: an experience from Portugal
José Santos. Nursing School of Coimbra. Portugal

Northern Ireland Mental health nurses roles and contributions in the interdisciplinary care for individuals suffering from suicidal ideation
Hugh McKenna P.. Ulster University. Londonderry, UK

Current challenges, gaps in the knowledge base and a future research agenda: North American perspectives on the nursingcare of suicidal people
John Cutcliffe. Wright State University. USA


 SO-: Suicidality and suicide prevention in the context of culture and gender

Day: 10 | Time: 14:30 | Room: 5

Chair: Erminia Colucci . Centre for Psychiatry, Queen Mary University of London. London, UK

End your silence, not your life?: A suicide prevention program for women of Turkish descent in Berlin, Germany
Amanda Heredia Montesinos. Psychiatric University Clinic at St Hedwig Hospital. Berlin, Germany

Suicide prevention for culturally diverse youth populations. Strategies, communication and gender in relation to case management.
Renske Gilissen. Stichting 113 Online Postbus. Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Suicide and domestic violence in the Philippines: an ethnographic documentary project
Erminia Colucci. Centre for Psychiatry, Queen Mary University of London. Londonm UK


 SO-: New approaches and evidence in support of the IMV model of suicidal behaviour

Day: 10 | Time: 16:00 | Room: Sala de Cámara

Chair: Gwendolyn Portzky . Universiteit Gent. Belgium

Empirical Tests of the Main Predictions of the Integrated Motivational Volitional Model of Suicidal Behaviour
Rory O'Connor. University of Glasgow. Glasgow

Understanding self-harm and suicidality in young people ? a sequence analysis approach.
Ellen Townsend. University of Nottingham. UK

Two intervention studies using brief psychological intervention
Rory O'Connor. University of Glasgow. Scotland


 SO-: Recent findings and theory of electrodermal hyporeactivity and suicide risk

Day: 10 | Time: 16:00 | Room: 5

Chair: Julio Bobes . University of Oviedo. CIBERSAM. Spain

Theoretic framework around electrodermal hyporeactivity and vulnerability to suicide
Lars-Håkan Thorell. Linköping University. Sweden

Electrodermal hyporeactivity and Suicidal Behavior
Marco Sarchiapone. University of Molise, Faculty of Medicine. Italy

The role of the electrodermal hyporreactivity in the prediction of suicidal behavior in mood disorders
Patricia Burón. University of Oviedo. CIBERSAM. Spain


 -Closing Ceremony: Closing Ceremony

Day: 10 | Time: 17:30 | Room: Sala de Cámara


 -: Gala Dinner

Day: 10 | Time: 21:00 | Room: Hotel de la Reconquista