Scientific Programme




Thursday 8

Sala de Cámara12345
16:00

SO-: From Genes to Treatment: Symposium of the IASP Task Force Genetics and Neurobiology

SO-: Enhancing Treatment for Suicide by Creating a Life of Meaning

SO-: Statistical methods applied to suicide research

SO-: Suicide Prevention Programmes: from Nuremberg to Catalonia

SO-: Online Interventions for Suicidal Ideation

SO-: Suicide Risk of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Individuals: Explanations and Inferences for Suicide Prevention

17:30

SO-: Non-coding RNA, antidepressant treatment and suicide risk

SO-: The Section on Suicide and Suicide Prevention of the EPA: Confluences for suicide research

SO-: Suicide risk assessment

SO-: Means restriction; Population-based prevention strategies with impact on suicide due to lethal poisoning

SO-: ASSIP - Attempted Suicide Short Intervention Program

SO-: Suicide risk of women from marginalized groups

19:00

SP-Plenary Session: Suicide Risk Assessment

19:45

-: Opening Ceremony

 

 SO-: From Genes to Treatment: Symposium of the IASP Task Force Genetics and Neurobiology

Day: 08 | Time: 16:00 | Room: Sala de Cámara

Chair: Dan Rujescu . University of Halle, Dept. of Psychiatry. Halle - Germany

A Genetic Approach to Candidate Neurotransmitter Studies of Suicidal Behavior.
J John Mann. Columbia University, Dept. of Psychiatry. New York City - USA

Underlying molecular circuitry of miR-124-3p-mediated target gene impairment in depression.
Yogesh Dwivedi. University of Alabama at Birmingham, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurobiology. Birmingham - USA

Suicide risk with antidepressants: clinical and biological predictors.
Philippe Courtet. Université Montpellier, Neuropsychiatrie : Recherche Epidémiologique et Clinique. Montpellier - France


 SO-: Enhancing Treatment for Suicide by Creating a Life of Meaning

Day: 08 | Time: 16:00 | Room: 1

Chair: Lisa Firestone . The Glendon Association. Santa Barbara, USA

Successful Treatment for Suicidal Risk and a Post-Suicidal Life
David Jobes. The Catholic University of America. Washington DC, USA

The comparative effectiveness of crisis response plans and no-suicide
Craig Bryan. National Center for Veterans Studies & The University of Utah. Salt Lake City, USA

The Antidote to Suicide: Creating a Life Worth Living
Lisa Firestone. The Glendon Association. Santa Barbara, USA


 SO-: Statistical methods applied to suicide research

Day: 08 | Time: 16:00 | Room: 2

Chair: David Gunnell . School of Social and Community Medicine, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Bristol. Bristol, UK

Analysis of time trend data: Join point regression, negative binomial regression and other approaches
Shu-Sen Chang. Institute of Health Behaviors and Community Sciences, National Taiwan University. Taiwan

Latent growth mixture modeling: data driven latent trajectories of suicidal ideations in longitudinal studies
Trine Madsen. Research Unit, Mental Health Centre Copenhagen. Copenhagen, Denmark

Propensity score matching and instrument variable analysis: Assessment of psychosocial therapy after self-harm
Annette Erlangsen. Research Unit, Mental Health Centre Copenhagen. Copenhagen - Denmark


 SO-: Suicide Prevention Programmes: from Nuremberg to Catalonia

Day: 08 | Time: 16:00 | Room: 3

Chair: Diego Palao J . Parc Taulí Sabadell Hospital Universitari. Barcelona, Spain

Community-based four-level approach to suicide preventio in Europe
Ulrich Hegerl. University of Leipzig, Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy. Leipzig, Germany

Effectiveness of a 12-months intervention programme after a suicide attempt
Annabel Cebrià. Parc Taulí Sabadell Hospital Universitari. Barcelona, Spain

Implementation of the Suicide Risk Prevention Code in Catalonia
Victor Perez Sola. Institut de Neuropsiquiatria i Adiccions, Hospital del Mar. Barcelona, Spain


 SO-: Online Interventions for Suicidal Ideation

Day: 08 | Time: 16:00 | Room: 4

Chair: Ad Kerkhof . Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Amsterdam

The Self-help Online against Suicidal Thoughts (SOS) trial - a Danish randomized controlled trial
Charlotte Mühlmann. Mental Health Centre. Copenhagen, Denmark

Think Life: Online Self-help Intervention in Belgium: First results
Eva De Jaegere. Flemish Suicide Prevention Centre. Ghent, Belgium

Online Suicide Prevention for Turkish Migrants in the UL and The Netherlands
Ad Kerkhof. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Amsterdam


 SO-: Suicide Risk of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Individuals: Explanations and Inferences for Suicide Prevention

Day: 08 | Time: 16:00 | Room: 5

Chair: Martin Plöderl . Dept. of Suicide Prevention , Christian Doppler Clinic, Paracelsus Mecial University. Salzburg, Austria

Project Legacy: Examining Risk and Resilience Factors Associated with Suicide among Urban Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Community Members in the United States
Martin Plöderl. Dept. of Suicide Prevention , Christian Doppler Clinic, Paracelsus Mecial University. Salzburg

Exploring Pathways from Sexual Stigma to Suicide Attempts within the Life course Narratives of Adult Gay Men
Travis Salway Hottes. Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto. Toronto, Canada

Suicidality Among Transgender Individuals: General and Trans-Specific Risk and Resilience Factors
Lisette Kuyper. The Netherlands Institute for Social Research SCP, Dep. of Education, Minorities, and Methodology. Amsterdam, The Netherlands


 SO-: Non-coding RNA, antidepressant treatment and suicide risk

Day: 08 | Time: 17:30 | Room: Sala de Cámara

Chair: Gustavo Turecki . McGill University. Montreal, Canada

Short ncRNA predictors and mediators of antidepressant response and suicidal events
Gustavo Turecki. McGill University. Montreal, Canada

miRNA expression and brain activation during antidepressant treatment
Fabrice Jollant. McGill University and CHU Nîmes. Montreal & Nimes, Canada & France

microRNA Profiling in Postmortem Brain and Plasma Exosomes: Biomarker Perspective of Suicidality
Yogesh Dwivedi. University of Alabama. Birmingham, Alabama, USA


 SO-: The Section on Suicide and Suicide Prevention of the EPA: Confluences for suicide research

Day: 08 | Time: 17:30 | Room: 1

Chair: Gil Zalsman . Tel Aviv University. Tel Aviv, Israel

Suicidal behaviors in vulnerable populations
Carla Gramaglia. Università del Piemonte Orientale "Amedeo Avogadro". Novara, Italy

Challenges to improve risk assessment
Alan Apter. Schneider Children's Medical Center . Israel

Genetic studies on the suicidal brain
Dan Rujescu. Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg. Halle, Germany


 SO-: Suicide risk assessment

Day: 08 | Time: 17:30 | Room: 2

Chair: Pilar Saiz . Area de Psiquiatría, Universidad de Oviedo CIBERSAM. Oviedo - Spain

Multidimensional assessment in MDD with suicidal risk
Doina Cosman. Clinical Psychology Department Iuliu Hatieganu University of Medicine and Pharmacy. Cluj-Napoca - Romania

Suicidality risk assessment in primary care
Amílcar Silva dos Santos. Hospital Vila Franca de Xira. Portugal

Suicide attempt and emergency room psychiatric consultation
Patrizia Zeppegno. Università del Piemonte Orientale. Novara, Italy


 SO-: Means restriction; Population-based prevention strategies with impact on suicide due to lethal poisoning

Day: 08 | Time: 17:30 | Room: 3

Chair: Keith Hawton Director, Centre for Suicide Research. University Department of Psychiatry Warneford Hospital. Oxford, UK
Secretary: Merete Nordentoft

Why does means restriction work? - Empirical evidence for alternate explanations
Brian Mishara. Centre for Research and Intervention on Suicide and Euthanasia, Psychology Department, University of Québec. Montréal, Canada

Restriction in sales of charcoal in containing spread of carbon monoxide poisoning : Hong Kong and Taiwan experiences
Shusen Chang. Institute of Health Behaviors and Community Sciences and Department of Public Health, College of Public Health, National Taiwan University. Taipei City

The impact of pack size restriction of over-the-counter mild analgesics on suicide attempts and suicide in Denmark: A national register study
Britt Morthorst. Mental Health Centre Copenhagen, Denmark. Copenhagen - Denmark


 SO-: ASSIP - Attempted Suicide Short Intervention Program

Day: 08 | Time: 17:30 | Room: 4

Chair: Konrad Michel . University of Bern, Switzerland. Bern, Switzerland

ASSIP - theoretical background and therapy process factors
Konrad Michel. University of Bern, Switzerland. Bern, Switzerland

A 24-months follow-up randomized controlled study of the Attempted Suicide Short Intervention Program, ASSIP
Anja Gysin-Maillart. University of Bern, Switzerland. Bern, Switzerland

Reasons for Living and Reasons for Dying ? Examining explicit motives of suicidal behaviour
Juliane Brüdern. University of Bern und Psychiatric Center Münsingen. Bern, Switzerland


 SO-: Suicide risk of women from marginalized groups

Day: 08 | Time: 17:30 | Room: 5

Chair: Alexandre Teixeira . Oporto University . Oporto - Portugal

Suicidal behaviour in female sex workers. The role of Self-Esteem and Social Support
Alexandre Teixeira. Oporto University. Oporto - Portugal

Attempted suicide among young black women in the Netherlands: Rates and Risk Factors
Diana D. van Bergen. Groningen University. Groningen - The Netherlands

Suicide risk of sexual minority women: facts, explanatory models, and prevention endeavors
Martin Plöderl. Paracelsus Medical University. Salzburg, Austria


 SP-Plenary Session: Suicide Risk Assessment

Day: 08 | Time: 19:00 | Room: Sala de Cámara

Chair: Peeter Varnik

Plenary 1
Marco Sarchiapone. University of Molise, Faculty of Medicine. Campobasso, Italy


 -: Opening Ceremony

Day: 08 | Time: 19:45 | Room: Sala de Cámara

Chair: Julio Bobes

Honourable Francisco del Busto. Counsellor of the Principality of Asturias Health Executive Agency

Honourable Ana Taboada. Vice-Mayor of Oviedo

Magnificent Rector Santiago García Granda. Chancellor of the University of Oviedo

Prof. Pilar Saiz.



Friday 9

Sala de Cámara12345
08:00

SE-Breakfast with Psychoanalysis: A Review of Contemporary Psychodynamic approaches to working with suicidal people

09:00

SO-: Genetics: Symposium of the IASP Task Force Genetics and Neurobiology

SO-: Pain in suicidal behaviour: From assessment to therapeutic target

SO-: Mental Health Conditions and Suicidal Behaviour among Refugees from Low and Middle Income Countries in Europe

SO-: Suicidal behavior at light of social cognitions

SO-: Digital medicine in Psychiatry - Preventing suicidal behaviour and complementing depression treatment through internet-based interventions

SO-: Interplay between suicidal behaviour and mental health, labour market marginalisation and education in young adults

11:00

SP-Plenary Session : ECNP supported talk

11:45

SP-Plenary Session: Mental Health of European Adolescents and universal suicide prevention

12:30

SP-Plenary Session: The Neurobiology of The Diathesis for Suicidal Behavior: implications for prevention

13:30

SE-Round Table: Why is so difficult to develop ¨anti-suicide¨ drugs?

-: Lunch with the expert

15:00

SO-: Symposium of the Section of Suicidology of the World Psychiatric Association (WPA): Emerging trends in suicidology in the world

SO-: From Cyberbullying to Contagion Effects of Mass Shootings to Suicide-Protective Papageno effects [Symposium of the IASP Media & Suicide SIG]

SO-: Suicidality and insight in early psychosis.

SO-: Addressing the global problems of pesticide suicide- current initiatives

SO-: Text messaging and social media in youth suicide prevention

SO-: Understanding and Supporting Adolescents Bereaved by Suicide

16:30

SO-: Newest research in Imaging and Immunology: Symposium of the IASP Task Force Genetics and Neurobiology

SO-: New Aspects of the Media in Suicide Pre- and Postvention [Symposium of the IASP Media & Suicide SIG]

SO-: Types of suicidal behaviours: Conceptual and clinical models

SO-: Suicide Prevention Programs: Different Approaches in France and Spain

SO-: New Technologies in Suicide Prevention

SO-: The Interpersonal Theory of Suicide: Measurement of core constructs and prediction of suicide ideation

18:00

-General Assembly: Call for nominations for the 18th ESSSB in 2020

 

 SE-Breakfast with Psychoanalysis: A Review of Contemporary Psychodynamic approaches to working with suicidal people

Day: 09 | Time: 08:00 | Room: 2

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

A Review of Contemporary Psychodynamic approaches to working with suicidal people
Mark Goldblatt. Harvard Medical School. Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA


 SO-: Genetics: Symposium of the IASP Task Force Genetics and Neurobiology

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

Chair: Marco Sarchiapone . University of Molise, Faculty of Medicine. Campobasso - Italy

Twin, adoption, and family studies of suicide.
Martin Voracek. University of Vienna, Faculty of Psychology. Vienna - Austria

MAOA and MAOB polymorphisms in suicide victims.
Alja Videtic Paska. University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Medicine. Ljubljana - Slovenia

Interaction between genetic and epigenetic factors in suicidal behaviour.
Vincenzo De Luca. University of Toronto, Dept. of Psychiatry. Toronto - Canada


 SO-: Pain in suicidal behaviour: From assessment to therapeutic target

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

Chair: Philippe Courtet . University of Montpellier. Montpellier, France

From social pain to opioids
Hilario Blasco Fontecilla. Hospital Universitario Puerta de Hierro. Madrid, Spain

Epigenetic dysregulation of the kappa opioid receptor by childhood maltreatment
Pierre Eric Lutz. McGill Group for Suicide Studies, Douglas Hospital Research Centre, McGill University. Montréal, Canada

Ultra-Low-Dose Buprenorphine as a Time-Limited Treatment for Severe Suicidal Ideation: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Yoram Yovell. Institute for the Study of Affective Neuroscience, University of Haifa, . Haifa, Israel


 SO-: Mental Health Conditions and Suicidal Behaviour among Refugees from Low and Middle Income Countries in Europe

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

Chair: Ella Arensman . IASP/National Suicide Research Foundation Ireland. Cork, Ireland

Mental Health Conditions and Suicidal Behaviour among Refugees Residing in Greece: Upscaling Mental Health and Community Based Services
Panagiotis Chondros. Association for Regional Development and Mental Health EPAPSY. Athens, Greece

IT interventions facilitating mental health service and suicide prevention among refugees from LMIC countries in The Netherlands
Ad Kerkhof. Vrije University. Amsterdam

Mental Health Conditions and Suicidal Behaviour among Refugees from the Eastern Mediterranean Region Residing in Europe
Murad Khan. Aga Khan University, Pakistan. Karachi, Pakistan


 SO-: Suicidal behavior at light of social cognitions

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

Chair: Alan Apter . Schneider Children's Medical Center . Israel

How does social pain facilitate emergence of self-harm behaviors ?
Emilie Olie. Lapeyronie Hospital CHU Montpellier ; UNiversity Montpellier ; INSERM 1061. France

How cognitive deficits modifies perception of social environment?
Stephane Richard Devantoy . Mc Gill University . Canada

What clues does neuroimaging give to understand the link between suicide and social cognitions ?
Kees van Heeringen . University of Ghent. Belgium


 SO-: Digital medicine in Psychiatry - Preventing suicidal behaviour and complementing depression treatment through internet-based interventions

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

Chair: Ulrich Hegerl . University of Leipzig, Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy. Leipzig, Germany

Self-help apps for suicide prevention and mental health promotion
Merike Sisask. Estonian-Swedish Mental Health and Suicidology Institute (ERSI). Tallinn, Estonia

Reaching out carers to reach patients: E-mental health for sustainable primary care health professionals ? The PrimeDep project
Catarina de Jesus. Mental Heath Department, Centro Hospitalar Lisboa Ocidental. Lisbon, Portugal

Guided cCBT interventions to complement depression care ? the example of the iFightDepression Tool
Nicole Koburger. German Depression Foundation. Leipzig, Germany


 SO-: Interplay between suicidal behaviour and mental health, labour market marginalisation and education in young adults

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

Chair: Marie Dahlin . Karolinska Institutet. Stockholm, Sweden

Prognosis after self-harm in young adulthood - mental health and suicide
Karin Beckman. Karolinska Institutet. Stockholm, Sweden

Future risk of labour market marginalization in young suicide attempters
Thomas Niederkrotenthaler. Medical University of Vienna. Vienna, Austria

Suicide risk related to current university education and highest attained educational level
Marie Dahlin. Karolinska Institutet. Stockholm, Sweden


 SP-Plenary Session : ECNP supported talk

Day: 09 | Time: 11:00 | Room: Sala de Cámara

Chair: Kees Van Heeringen

Suicide Prevention Strategies Revisited: 10 Year Systematic Review
Gil Zalsman. Tel Aviv University - Geha Mental Health Center. Tel Aviv, Israel


 SP-Plenary Session: Mental Health of European Adolescents and universal suicide prevention

Day: 09 | Time: 11:45 | Room: Sala de Cámara

Chair: Pilar Saiz

Danuta Wasserman. Karolinska Institutet. Stockholm, Sweden


 SP-Plenary Session: The Neurobiology of The Diathesis for Suicidal Behavior: implications for prevention

Day: 09 | Time: 12:30 | Room: Sala de Cámara

Chair: Jose Giner

J. John Mann. Columbia University- Department of Psychiatry. New York, USA


 SE-Round Table: Why is so difficult to develop ¨anti-suicide¨ drugs?

Day: 09 | Time: 13:30 | Room: Sala de Cámara

Chair: Philippe Courtet . University of Montpellier. Montpellier, France

Maria Isaac. European Medicines Agency. London, UK

Carla Canuso. Janssen Research and Development, LLC. Titusville, NJ, USA

Larry Alphs. Janssen Scientific Affairs, LLC. Titusville, NJ, USA

Patrice Boyer. University of Paris 7. Paris, France


 -: Lunch with the expert

Day: 09 | Time: 13:30 | Room: 3

Chair: Ella Arensman

Psychosocial interventions for people at risk of suicide, bereaved by suicide, affected by suicide attempt as well as suicide in high risk populations, such as older adults, LGBT, people in prison, and others
Annette Erlangsen. Danish Research Institute for Suicide Prevention at Mental Health Centre Copenhagen. Denmark

Impact of the global financial crisis on suicide and interventions to offset the impact of future recessions, Global burden of pesticide suicide, Identifying and responding to emerging / new methods of suicide, and Role of the internet in suicide
David Gunnell. University of Bristol School of Social and Community Medicine and Hon Consultant in Public Health. UK

Epidemiology of suicide, Media reporting of suicide and mental illness, Evaluations of mental health and suicide prevention programs and policies, and Trials of specific interventions for at-risk individuals.
Jane Pirkis. Centre for Mental Health in the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health at the University of Melbourne. Australia


 SO-: Symposium of the Section of Suicidology of the World Psychiatric Association (WPA): Emerging trends in suicidology in the world

Day: 09 | Time: 15:00 | Room: Sala de Cámara

Chair: Vladimir Carli . Karolinska Institutet. Stockholm - Sweden

Consequences of workforce migration on adolescents' mental health
Bogdan Nemes. Clinical Psychology Department, Iuliu Hatieganu University of Medicine and Pharmacy. Romania

Coping styles and suicidality among European adolescents
Jean Pierre Kahn. Department of Psychiatry, Centre Hospitalo-Universitaire de Nancy, Université de Lorraine, Nancy. France

Self-crash suicide murder: Psychological autopsy and questions about the Germanwings crash
Jean Pierre Soubrier. Centre de Ressources En Suicidologie. France


 SO-: From Cyberbullying to Contagion Effects of Mass Shootings to Suicide-Protective Papageno effects [Symposium of the IASP Media & Suicide SIG]

Day: 09 | Time: 15:00 | Room: 1

Chair: Jane Pirkis . The University of Melbourne, Centre for Health Policy, Programs and Economics . Melbourne, Australia

Cyberbullying Polyvictimization Predicts Suicide Attempts
Steven Stack. Wayne State University, Department of Criminal Justice. Detroit, USA

Mass Shootings and Murder-Suicide: Review of the Empirical Evidence for Contagion
Madelyn Gould. Columbia University Medical Center/New York State Psychiatric Institute. New York, USA

Papageno effect--Its progress in research
Thomas Niederkrotenthaler. Medical University of Vienna, Center for Public Health. Vienna, Austria


 SO-: Suicidality and insight in early psychosis.

Day: 09 | Time: 15:00 | Room: 2

Chair: Benedicto Crespo-Facorro . Department of Psychiatry HUMV. IDIVAL. School of Medicine UC. CIBERSAM. Santander-Spain

Suicidal behaviour in early psychosis. The role of insight.
Javier-David Lopez-Morinigo. Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience.. London-UK

Multiple suicide attempts after first-episode of psychosis: Does insight have an impact?
Manuel Canal-Rivero. Autonomous University of Barcelona/ Virgen del Rocio University Hospital.. Sevilla-Spain

The dynamic aspects of the relationship between suicidality and insight in first-episode psychosis patients.
Rosa Ayesa-Arriola. Department of Psychiatry HUMV. IDIVAL. School of Medicine UC. CIBERSAM. Santander-Spain


 SO-: Addressing the global problems of pesticide suicide- current initiatives

Day: 09 | Time: 15:00 | Room: 3

Chair: Brian Mishara Director, Centre for Research and Intervention on Suicide and Euthanasia. Université du Québec à Montréal. Montréal

Methodological issues in conducting pesticide lockbox studies
Michael Phillips. Suicide Research and Prevention Centre - Shanghai Mental Health Centre. Shanghai - China

Study for implementing secured storage of pesticides to prevent suicides in Tamil Nadu and the State of Andhra Pradesh.
Lakshmi Vijayakumar. Sneha Foundation. Chennai - India

Cluster randomized controlled trial to determine the effectiveness of safe storage to prevent self- poisoning: update of study progress and challenges.
Keith Hawton. University of Oxford - Centre for Suicide Research. Oxford - UK


 SO-: Text messaging and social media in youth suicide prevention

Day: 09 | Time: 15:00 | Room: 4

Chair: Jo Robinson . Orygen, the National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health. Parkville, Australia

Crisis Intervention by Text Messaging with Suicidal Youths: Preliminary results of an evaluation of best practices
Louis Philippe Côté. University of Montreal. Montreal Canada

Co-developing safe ways to talk about suicide via social media: The Safe Conversations Project
Jo Robinson. Orygen, the National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health. Parkville, Australia

Lessons learned from studying the outcomes of the 113Online crisis chat service
Jan Mokkenstorm. 113Online Foundation. Amsterdam, the Netherlands


 SO-: Understanding and Supporting Adolescents Bereaved by Suicide

Day: 09 | Time: 15:00 | Room: 5

Chair: Denis Thirion . EMPACT-Suicide Prevention Center. Tempe, AZ, USA

Suicide of a Relative or a Friend: The Grief Experiences of Adolescents
Karl Andriessen. School of Psychiatry, University of New South Wales. Randwick, Australia

Developing a Community-wide Postvention Program for Adolescents
Sandra McNally. EMPACT-Suicide Prevention Center. Tempe, AZ, USA

Utilizing Local Outreach to Suicide Survivors (LOSS) Teams to Support Schools
Sandra McNally. EMPACT-Suicide Prevention Center. Tempe, AZ, USA


 SO-: Newest research in Imaging and Immunology: Symposium of the IASP Task Force Genetics and Neurobiology

Day: 09 | Time: 16:30 | Room: Sala de Cámara

Chair: Ina Giegling . University of Halle, Dept. of Psychiatry. Halle - Germany

Contributions of neuro-imaging to our understanding of suicide risk.
Kees van Heeringen. University of Ghent, University Dept of Psychiatry & Medical Psychology. Ghent - Belgium

Brain Fiber Tract Analysis Using Diffusion Tensor Imaging Reveals Aberrant Connectivity in a Rat Model of Depression.
Gil Zalsman. Tel Aviv University, Geha Mental Health Center . Tel Aviv - Israel

Toxoplasma gondii infection (a potential risk factor for violent traits and suicidal behavior): Effects of heritability, household, and nuclear household in the Old Order Amish.
Teo Postolache. University of Maryland, School of Medicine. Baltimore - USA


 SO-: New Aspects of the Media in Suicide Pre- and Postvention [Symposium of the IASP Media & Suicide SIG]

Day: 09 | Time: 16:30 | Room: 1

Chair: Thomas Niederkrotenthaler . Medical University of Vienna, Center for Public Health, Institute of Social Medicine. Vienna, Austria

Do Australian media agree with recommendations for reporting suicide?
Jaelea Skehan. 1) Hunter Institute of Mental Health, 2) University of Newcastle, School of Medicine & Public Health. Newcastle, Australia

Predictors of Psychological Improvement in Seven German-Speaking Online Message Boards on Suicide
Benedikt Till. Medical University of Vienna, Center for Public Health, Institute of Social Medicine. Vienna, Austria

Speaking the unspeakable: Digital publicness of bereavement. A study of suicide survivors? usage of digital resources in their grief work
Michael Westerlund. 1) Stockholm University, Department of Media Studies, 2) Karolinska Institutet, NASP. Stockholm, Sweden


 SO-: Types of suicidal behaviours: Conceptual and clinical models

Day: 09 | Time: 16:30 | Room: 2

Chair: José Giner . University of Seville. Seville - Spain

Suicidal behaviour and self-harm acts: Are they severity levels of the same?
Juan J. Carballo. Fundación Jiménez Díaz. Madrid - Spain

Homicide-suicide: dissecting subtypes based on intention
Diego De La Vega Sánchez. Hospital Universitario Virgen Macarena. Sevilla - Spain.
Julio A. Guija. Instituto de Medicina Legal de Sevilla. Servicio de Psiquiatría. Sevilla - Spain

Completed suicide phenotype vs. attempted suicide phenotype
Lucas Giner. Department of Psychiatry. Universidad de Sevilla. Sevilla - Spain


 SO-: Suicide Prevention Programs: Different Approaches in France and Spain

Day: 09 | Time: 16:30 | Room: 3

Chair: Enrique Baca-Garcia . Fundación Jiménez Díaz . Madrid, Spain

Suicide intervention assisted by messages (SIAM): Brest University Hospital suicide prevention program
Sofian Berrouiguet. Universitiy Hospital of Brest and Telecomunication institute Brest. Brest, France

Disseminating Vigilans and the prevention network for suicide attempters
Vincent Jardon. Chru Lille Urgences. Lille, France

Code 100: a study on suicidal behavior in public places
Maria Luisa Barrigon. Fundación Jimenez Diaz. Madrid, Spain


 SO-: New Technologies in Suicide Prevention

Day: 09 | Time: 16:30 | Room: 4

Chair: Carl-Maria Mörsch . University of Quebec . Montreal, Canada

Using Big Data in Suicide Prevention: Ethical and Social Challenges
Carl - Maria Mörch. University of Quebec . Montreal, Canada

Using Automation in preventing using restraints in acutely suicidal patients
Remco De Winter. Parnassia Group The Hague / VU Amsterdam. The Hague - Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Online Suicide Prevention Tools in Belgium
Gwendolyn Portzky. Flemish Suicide Prevention Centre. Ghent, Belgium


 SO-: The Interpersonal Theory of Suicide: Measurement of core constructs and prediction of suicide ideation

Day: 09 | Time: 16:30 | Room: 5

Chair: Tobias Teismann . Department of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, Ruhr-Universität Bochum. Bochum, Germany

Assessing the core constructs of the IPTS ? Psychometric properties and population based norms of the German versions of the INQ and the ACSS-FAD.
Nina Hallensleben. Department of Medical Psychology and Medical Sociology, University of Leipzig,. Leipzig, Germany

Predicting the occurrence (and intensity) of suicidal ideation by momentary ratings of burdensomeness and belongingness. An experience sampling study in psychiatric inpatients with major depression.
Heide Glaesmer. Department of Medical Psychology and Medical Sociology, University of Leipzig,. Leipzig, Germany

Suicide ideation and perceived burdensomeness in adult outpatients receiving exposure treatment for anxiety disorders.
Thomas Forkmann. Institute of Medical Psychology and Medicial Sociology, RWTH Aachen University. Aachen, Germany


 -General Assembly: Call for nominations for the 18th ESSSB in 2020

Day: 09 | Time: 18:00 | Room: Sala de Cámara



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