11th Annual Meeting

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1400000
Patients
Receive ECT annually
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Annual meetings
EFFECT organized 10 annual meetings
350
Papers published
About ECT in 2016
70
Percent succes
More than 70% of severely depressed patients respond to ECT
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THE STORY OF EFFECT

European Forum for Electroconvulsive Therapy

ECT is the most efficacious biological treatment for the most severe psychiatric disorders. In several European countries, however, psychiatrists and patients still struggle with the stigmatzing negative image of ECT. To ensure that patients and service users across Europe have access to safe and effective ECT when appropriate, a European Forum for ECT was founded.

In November 2005 Björn Wahlund (SE), Pascal Sienaert (BE) and King Han Kho (NL) decided to organize the EFFECT founding meeting. Several ECT psychiatrists across Europe were invited to join this meeting which took place in Leuven, Belgium, from 3-5 February 2006.

On February 4, 2006, The European Forum for ECT was inaugurated at the University Psychiatric Center – KU Leuven, campus Kortenberg in Belgium. An executive board was elected with Tom G. Bolwig (DK) as President, Björn Wahlund (SE) as Chairman, King Han Kho (NL) as Secretary, and Pascal Sienaert (BE) as Treasurer. Since then, EFFECT brought together clinicians and researchers to improve the practice of ECT, and to reduce its stigma.

THE GOALS OF EFFECT

European Forum for Electroconvulsive Therapy

Combat

Effect aims to combat the stigma associated with ECT

Promote

Effect aims to promote ECT research and to inform the general public about ECT and its use.

Educate

Effect aims to educate mental health and other professionals about ECT and its use

High standard

Effect aims to work towards a high standard of ECT practice across Europe and to develop guidelines

  • Venue

    Department of Psychiatry

    Auditoriet, opgang 61A,
    Psykiatrisk Center København afd. O
    Rigshospitalet
    Henrik Harpestrengs Vej

    take the Metro to Nørreport and then Bus nr 150S, 173E 184 185 42 or 6A. Of at “Nørre Campus”

  • Date

    Wednesday, June 21, 2017

  • Time

    09:15 – 18:00

10th Annual Meeting EFFECT

past meeting

  • 09:50 - 10:00 - Chair & Introduction

    Pascal Sienaert (chair of EFFECT, Belgium)

  • 10:00-10:40 - Welcome lecture

    by our host – em prof dr Tom G Bolwig (DK)

  • 10:40-11:00 - Coffee!

    Refreshment Break

  • 11:00-11:45 - Discussion Forum

    ECT and Cognition: where are we going?

    Discussants – Shawn McClintock (USA), Esmée Verwijk (The Netherlands), Jasmien Obbels (Belgium) –  Moderator – Declan McLoughlin (Ireland)

  • Clinical Research and Practice

    Chair Gabor Gazdag (HUN)

  • 11:45-12:10

    Effect of a single electroconvulsive therapy session on the medial prefrontal response to affective pictures: a randomized, sham-controlled fMRI study – Kamilla Miskowiak (Denmark)

  • 12:10-12:35

    Electroconvulsive Therapy driven by Ictal Parameters and Clinical Status – Michael Grozinger (Germany)

  • 12:35-13:00

    MRI differences in psychotic vs non-psychotic depression in MODECT – Mardien Oudega (The Netherlands)

  • 13:00-13:45

    Lunch Break

  • Translational Research

    Chair – Martin Balslev Jørgensen (Denmark)

  • 13:45-14:10

    Ictal Parameters as Response Predictors – Alexander Sartorius (Germany)

  • 14:10-14:35

    ECT, molecules and the mind – Declan McLoughlin (Ireland)

  • 14:35-15:00

    The Global ECT-MRI Research Collaboration (GEMRIC) – Philip van Eijndhoven (The Netherlands)

  • 15:15:40 Discussion Forum

    What is the best form of ECT to start treatment with and what should I do if that doesn’t work

    Discussants – George Petrides (USA), Marco Nobis (Sweden),  Martin Balslev Jørgensen (Denmark) –  Moderator – Pascal Sienaert (Belgium)

  • 15:40-16:00 Refreshments
  • 16:00-16:30 - Jan-Otto Ottosson

    Special Guest Lecture – Properties of electrical stimulation and clinical effects of ECT

    Jan-Otto Ottoson (Sweden)

    Chair – Tom Bolwig (Denmark)

  • 16:30-17:00

    Effect Business Meeting

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