NEXT NACT NORWAY

May 22-24 2019, the 14th Nordic Experience Meeting of the Nordic Association of Convulsive Therapy ‘Monitoring Treatment and Long-Term Outcome’ will take place in Gjøvik, Norway. Among the talks: The Importance

Save The Date: EFFECT Budapest Nov 8-9.2019!

We’ll have our next meeting, ‘Back to Basics’, in the cradle of convulsive therapy: Budapest, Hungary. Save the date for our next 2-day meeting on november 8-9, 2019! More details

ECTAS National Forum 2019 @ Royal College, London!

On 29th May, 2019, at the Royal College of Psychiatrists, in London, the 19th ECTAS National Forum will take place. Conference theme is the ‘Evolution of ECT Practice’. More information

Let’s celebrate ECT’s 80th in Rome! Sept 27-28! Save the date!

80 years – Past, Present and Future of ECT   An EFFECT Special Meeting for the 80th anniversary of ECT in close collaboration with the Italian Association for Somatic Therapies

28th Annual ISEN Meeting sky high in New York! May 6, 2018

The 28th Annual ISEN Conference 28th Annual ISEN Conference will be held at the NYU Kimmel and Global Centers in New York, NY on May 6, 2018.This one day annual meeting

13th Nordic Experience Meeting – NACT – Tallinn – May 23-25, 2018

On May 23-25, 2018, in Tallinn, Estonia, you can join the 13th meeting of the Nordic Association of Convulsive Therapy, gathering numerous experts from all over the world. Venue is Park

At the successful 10th Annual Meeting of EFFECT, held at the psychiatric department of the Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen, the eminent Em prof Jan-Otto Ottosson gave a lecture reviewing the literature

Jan-Otto Ottosson @ EFFECT-meeting!

At the 10th Annual Meeting of EFFECT, to be held in Copenhagen on wednesday 21st of June, professor Jan-Otto Ottosson, a monument in ECT-history will give a special lecture: Properties

The ISEN Meeting will take place in San Diego, MAY  21ST, 2017  at THE WESTIN SAN DIEGO GASLAMP QUARTER HOTEL. To register online, https://www.isen-ect.org/ect-certificate-course#registration. 8:30 a.m. Morning Symposium—Understanding and Improving the