EAPM Main Conference - Saturday June 22nd 2019 - Parallel sessions 7 - 10.30 - 12.00

Scientific Symposium 49; Psychosomatic Care in the General Hospital - Mees Auditorium

  • M. van Niekerk: The prevalence of common psychiatric disorders in general hospital inpatients: A meta-review of systematic reviews
  • J. Jenewein: Implementation of a hospital-wide multi-professional delirium-management
  • K. van Aken: Implementing an alcohol care pathway in a general hospital: Cash on the barrel needed
  • R. Styra: Implications of pre-operative cognitive impairment on post-operative delirium and impact on cost in vascular surgery
  • R. Styra: Toronto Aortic Stenosis Quality of Life Scale (TASQ): Development and Quality of Life in Aortic Stenosis and TAVI Patients
  • L. Zerbinati: Demoralization in the General Hospital

Scientific Symposium 51; Conceptual approaches in psychosomatic medicine - Leeuwen Room I&II

  • D. von Boetticher: On the Clinical Significance of Concepts in Psychosomatic Medicine. A Plea for Conceptual Research
  • S. Trifu: The perspective of cumulative trauma in psychosomatic pathology
  • A. Khaikin: To the development of psychosomatic theory: Evolutionary concept of psychosomatogenesis
  • A. Weigel: Psychotherapists‘ explanatory models for somatoform and functional disorders: a qualitative study

Scientific Symposium 52; Chronic pain, Chronic Fatigue and Psychiatric Comorbidities - Goudriaan Room I&II

  • J. Goutte, P. Cathébras: Attitudes of French internal medicine specialists and rheumatologist towards chronic pain complaints
  • N.Tsur, et al.: Chronic pain personification and dysfunctional pain modulation among torture survivors: Potential explanations for the trauma-pain link
  • C. Rometsch-Ogioun El Sount: Pain, somatic complaints and concepts of illness in traumatized female refugees who have experienced extreme violence through IS-fighters
  • F. Van den Eede: The effect of childhood trauma on the response to Group Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Ch. Pieh: Night-shift work increases cold pain perception 

Scientific Symposium 53; Stepped Care in Complex Patients - Diamond Room I

  • M. Fe Barcones: Complex Patients in Primary Care
  • D. Kroll: The Primary Care Psychiatry Walk-in Clinic as Unique Access Point for Underserved Patient Groups
  • J. Tönnies: Integrated web-based psychosocial care for depression and anxiety: A feasibility trial on mental health specialist video consultations for primary care patients
  • K. Maehder: Psychotherapists’ perspectives on collaboration and stepped care in outpatient psychotherapy - a qualitative study
  • Th. Zimmermann, et al.: Effects of a nonspecific, nurse-led intervention in primary care on comorbid symptoms of anxiety, depression and somatization

Scientific Symposium 54; Air, Breath and Psycho-pulmonology - Diamond Room II

  • S. Selinheimo: Psychosocial treatments for employees with indoor air associated persistent and non-specific health complaints: 12-month follow-up randomized controlled trial results
  • Th. H. Loew, L. Frank: Slow paced breathing (SPB) in dental phobia: A randomized controlled study using a tactile rhythm device
  • M. Wessels-Bakker: Prevalence of psychological distress and the association with medication non-adherence among lung transplant patients
  • T. Loew: Slow paced breathing (SPB) in asthma patients: A randomized controlled controlled study using a tactile rhythm device
  • I. Alexeeva, M. Martin: Autobiographical Memory Retrieval in Asthma: Specificity is Enhanced and Associated with Less Bronchoconstriction and More Active Coping

Scientific Symposium 55;  Psycho-oncology, Aging - J.F. Staal Room

  • O. Popa-Velea, X. Bacinschi: Dynamics of anxiety in cervical cancer patients undergoing radiotherapy: Preliminary results
  • Z. Solomon: Premature aging following war-induced trauma: Results of a three-decade longitudinal study
  • A. Calcedo: Capacity evaluation in Palliative Care patients

Scientific Symposium 56; Communication about medically unexplained symptoms: Insights and tools from five different fields of research - Rotterdam Hall

  • J. Houwen, et al.: Identifying learnable communication elements in MUS consultations: a focus group study
  • A. Weiland: Training doctors to communicate better with patients with medically unexplained symptoms
  • I. Stortenbeker, et al.: Linguistic and interactional aspects that characterize consultations about medically unexplained symptoms: A systematic review
  • I. Groenevelt: Negotiating (in)visibility: making sense of medically unexplained symptoms on YouTube and Instagram
  • D. Hanssen, J. Rosmalen: Cloudy attitude? Healthcare professionals’ one-word descriptions of working with patients with medically unexplained symptoms