| Congrès international du Jubilé
International Jubilee congress
26-30 juin 2000 - Paris
De la clinique à la recherche : penser la psychiatrie|
From clinical practice to research : rethinking psychiatry
Preliminary Scientific Program
TOPIC OF THE CONGRESS :
From Clinical Practice to Research : Rethinking Psychiatry
1. European and world psychiatry :
a) Mental health, families, social role of psychiatry
c) Legal aspects
d) Initial training, post graduate and continuing education
e) Professional demography
f) Organization of care and mental health policy
g) Internet, documentation and scientific publications
h) Accreditation. Quality of care. Health economics
i) Clinical research. Epidemiology
j) Evaluation of Medicinal Products in Europe
k) Other subjects
2. Clinical practice and research :
d) Alcohol and substance abuse disorders
e) Psychiatry of the newborn
f) Child and teenage psychopathology (Infant and Childhood disorders)
g) Geriatric psychiatry
h) Stress, trauma, psychosomatics
i) Borderline personnality disorders
j) Other subjects
3. Interdisciplinary issues in research :
a) Assessment of the treatment and process of change
b) Complexity and research methods. To think, to classify, to establish links
c) Environment : conditions, traumas, assistance and culture
d) Crisis and temporality
e) Clinical, research, early treatments and prevention
f) Psychopathology, cognition, emotion and behavior
g) Psychopathology of expression and art therapy
i) Medical imaging
j) Other subjects
4. Currents issues in psychiatry:
a) Consensus conferences in different countries : are the conclusions different or similar ?
b) Psychiatry : singular or plural ? What are the different factors involved in the creation of a specific kind of
psychiatric practice (historical, economical or sociological factors) ?
c) Psychiatry as a crossroads of disciplines. What are the relationships with medicine in the community and in
hospitals ? What relationships with psychology ?
d) Psychiatry and mental health
e) What roles must be assigned to psychiatrists, and what assignments should be fulfilled by psychiatry?
f) Psychiatry and psychoanalysis: their relationship by the year 2000?
g) Role and importance of hospitalization in treatment programs
h) Other subjects
The scientific program will be updated everyday on the Congress's web site.
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Scientific Program : the different types of sessions
A variety of formats are used for presentation at the Jubilee Congress. Before selecting one specific format,
please read carefully the description below in order to determine which one is the most appropriate for your
SYMPOSIA Submission deadline : SEPTEMBER 15, 1999
These 120 minutes sessions will concentrate on one specific topic in psychiatry, presenting several aspects. They should include a maximum of 5 papers and enough time for discussion. They will be chaired and co-ordinated by the person proposing the session. All the speakers must formally have agreed to participate prior to submission of the proposal. Only complete submissions will be reviewed.
WORKSHOPS Submission deadline : SEPTEMBER 15, 1999
These sessions will last 120 minutes. Theire objective is to provide an open discussion over a topic of special interest to psychiatry, using several brief presentations for a total duration of 60 minutes, followed by 60 minutes of discussion.
Papers Submission deadline : DECEMBER 15, 1999
Authors are invited to submit proposals for papers on any subject relevant to psychiatry or psychopathology. Each presentation should not exceed 15 minutes. Accepted papers will be grouped by topics, and presentations will be conducted by a chairman selected by the Scientific Committee.
Posters Submission deadline : DECEMBER 15, 1999
This format allows presentation of new research findings, or important ongoing research. Poster (0,90m wide x 1.5 m high) should be visually attractive and self-explanatory.
The posters exhibition will be scheluded from Monday June 26 to Friday June 30, 2000. Posters will be exhibited at least one full day. The author will be required to stand next to at his or her poster for two hours (the schedule will be determined in the third announcement).
The Scientific Committee will ask speakers to present lectures on topics selected by the Committee. These speakers will be directly contacted by the Scientific Committee.
For the submission of symposia, workshops, papers and posters, please read the presentation
instructions carefully, on pages 08 and 09 and fill out the appropriate submission forms
Additional forms may be requested from the Congress Office MTV BUREAU DU CONGRES
Specify on the form the topic under which you would like your abstract to be classified. A list of topics is provided page 06 in the Preliminary Scientific Program.
Please read carefully the following headings for the procedures to follow when submitting abstracts.
SYMPOSIA AND WORKSHOPS Deadline for submission : SEPTEMBER 15, 1999
The Scientific Committee will prepare the final program for the Congress after September 15, 1999, based upon the received proposals for symposia and workshops.
Together with your submission of symposium and workshop, you have to present an abstract and classify it under one of the topics listed p. 06. It should be written in compliance with the presentation criteria as found below under the heading: "Preparation of papers", p. 08.
For each symposium and workshop proposal, the co-ordinator must join:
- The form B : "Submission form for symposium/workshop" filled out by the co-ordinator
- The forms C : "Submission form for symposium/workshop by the author" filled out by each speaker
PAPERS AND POSTERS Deadline for submission : DECEMBER 15, 1999
The authors are being asked to submit their paper or poster proposal to the Scientific Committee using the
form D: "Submission form for paper and poster". They should also join a abstract classified under one of the topics listed p. 06. The authors will be informed of the decision taken by the Scientific Committee before February 15, 2000, via a mailing sent to the address noted on the submission form.
In order to ensure a rapid evaluation and a simplified procedure regarding abstracts, the organizers are recommending that the authors send their proposals using the forms available on the Congress Internet site: Psydoc-France http://psydoc-fr.broca.inserm.fr
You can use the Internet site Psydoc-France, under the Jubilee Congress heading, and directly fill out the abstract form or insert your own processed text.
You can also send us your communication abstract by using the Congress's e-mail address :
firstname.lastname@example.org, if all the submission form's items are specified.
Abstracts sent by fax will not be accepted. Please do not send any corrections, and avoid sending the same abstract more than once.
The original submission forms have to be sent to the following address, regardless of the medium used when
sending abstracts (please use a large envelope and do not bend your abstract form) :
MTV CONGRES DU JUBILE
92502 RUEIL MALMAISON - FRANCE
Additional forms are available at the Congress Office, MTV CONGRES DU JUBILE.
Abstracts will be considered only if they are sent with a fully filled-out registration form.
NUMBER OF PRESENTATIONS
The Scientific Committee invites the Congress participants to limit their presentations to a maximum of three, in order to minimize schedule conflicts and to give various speakers the opportunity for others to present papers.
ABSTRACT BOOK AND PUBLICATION LANGUAGE
The abstract book will publish the abstracts in the two official languages : French and English. The authors should submit their abstracts in both languages. Incomplete submission of abstracts will not be considered. Accepted
abstracts will not be printed in the abstract book until the registration fee is paid.
W.P.A. and F.F.P. retains the right to publish the scientific material presented during the Congress, on publication media of their choice (CD ROM, Internet or traditional medium).
TECHNOLOGIES OF PRESENTATION
All the conference rooms are equipped with screens, slide, overhead and video projectors. Speakers must specify their technical requirements on the submission form. Computer terminals linked to Internet will be available in the Congress Center.
Together with their confirmation, authors will receive the guidelines for presentations.
PREPARATION OF ABSTRACTS
Abstracts must include:
* statement on the purpose of the study
* methods used
* the results and data evaluation
PRESENTATION AND FORMAT
The text must be typed, with high quality black print. Avoid using bold types or italics. Words written in italics must be underlined.
The original abstract in the format 18 X 19 cm will be reproduced directly from the typescript by a photographic process, so there can be no subsequent alterations. If a typescript is found to be unsuitable for reproduction, only the title will be printed.
Please arrange the text within the lines indicated as follows:
* The abstract should not exceed 150 words. Use the space available indicated in the back of the submission form.
* Type the author's name and the address of the institution above the abstract. The author's name should be
preceded by initials.
* Underline the name of the author who will present the paper.
* The title should appear above the abstract and below the author's name. The title should be brief, not
exceeding 2 lines and 50 characters. It must give a clear idea of the study.
* Type the text (separated from the above information by one space line) including references in single line
spacing on the paper form provided. Do not overlap the lines indicated. Do not use graphics or figures.
* Do not include more than 3 references to previous publications; these should be listed at the end according
to the " Vancouver " references system defined below :
For books: Name of the author(s) and first initials, title of the work, city of publishing house : name of publisher,
release date : total number of pages (e.g., 1 - 150)
For an article: Name of author(s), first initials, title of article, abbreviated name of publication, volume, issue
number, month, publication year, 1st page, last page
* For good reproduction, the typing should be regular and sharp, using Times or Courier fonts, type 12. Please
do not use smaller type.
* Use standard abbreviations. Place unusual abbreviations in parentheses after the full word the first time its
appears. No abbreviations are allowed in the title.
LIST OF THE SCIENTIFIC TOPICS
The list of scientific topics can be found in the preliminary scientific program, p. 06. The Scientific Committee will use this list for the classification of papers. Furthermore, your abstract will be listed in the final program and in the abstract book under the specified topic to help participants select the sessions they wish to attend.
You should indicate the topic of your presentation, in the box provided in the submission form.
For example in case your presentation's topic is"1. European and World Psychiatry" and the subtopic " c) Legal aspects", you should write : "1c" in the appropriate box.
Dernière mise à jour : dimanche 4 juillet 1999 21:14:38
Dr Jean-Michel Thurin