Seminars & Sessions

Educational Seminars & Meet-the-Expert Sessions 2019

6x Educationals
6x Meet-the-Expert
à 60 minutes each

26 & 27 April 2019

50,- Euro each

only in addition to
the congress registration

Educational Seminars

Educational Seminars are designed to be informal and interactive and will feature an update on clinical relevant topics. Each 60-minute seminar is composed of one, respectively two lectures and is followed by a discussion.

 

Meet-the-Expert-Sessions

Meet-the-Expert-Sessions have been specifically designed to provide an informal atmosphere where doctors and scientists can interact with internationally renowned experts in the field of ADHD. The sessions are especially suitable for the exchange of knowledge and aim at first-hand learning about the latest clinical (practical) and scientific advancements.

Overview Seminars and Descriptions

Educational Seminars | Descriptions

ES-01: Women ADHD - specificity of symptoms
       Ana Rodrigues, Portugal
       
       Friday, 26 April, 17:45-18:45
       Room 1.02 
ES-02: Psychoeducation, cognitive-behavioural treatment and new non-pharmacological interventions for adult ADHD patients
       Prof. Dr. Alexandra Philipsen, Germany
       
       Friday, 26 April, 17:45-18:45
       Auditorium III
ES-03: Assessment strategies of ADHD in adults
       Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Retz, Germany
       
       Friday, 26 April, 17:45-18:45
       Auditorium IV 
ES-04: Recommendations for therapy in school
       Prof. Dr. Susanne Walitza, Switzerland
      
       Saturday, 27 April, 16:15-17:15
       Room 1.03
ES-05 ADHD and problematic internet use: Treatment options
       Prof. Scott H. Kollins, USA 
     
       Saturday, 27 April, 16:15-17:15
       Auditorium III
ES-06: Treatment of ADHD and substance abuse
       Dr. Jospeh-Antoni Ramos-Quiroga, Spain
     
       Saturday, 27 April, 16:15-17:15
       Room 1.02

Meet-the-Expert-Sessions | Descriptions

ME-01: Why are adolescents with ADHD so hard to treat?
       Mark Stein, USA
       
       Friday, 26 April, 17:45-18:45
       Room 1.03
ME-02: How do I treat patients at the ADHD Program in the Massachusetts General Hospital
      Dr. Joseph Biederman, USA
     
       Friday, 26 April, 17.45-18.45
       Room 1.04
ME-03: ADHD and giftedness
       Dr. Iris Manor
       
       Friday, 26 April, 17:45-18:45
       Room 1.08
ME-04: High severity patients with adult ADHD
       Dr. Frederick Reimherr, USA
     
       Saturday, 27 April, 16:15-17:15
       Room 1.03
ME-05: Evidence for treatment of ADHD with psychostimulant medication
       Prof. James Swanson, USA
     
      Saturday, 27 April, 16:15-17:15
      Room 1.04
ME-06: ADHD and food
      Prof. Samuele Cortese, United Kingdom
     
      Saturday, 27 April, 16:15-17:15
      Room 1.08