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【受付は終了しました】International Symposium 日本人発表者公募について

日本精神神経学会 会員各位

日本精神神経学会では、毎年、優れた海外の若手医師12名に対してFellowship Awardを授与し、年次学術総会にてシンポジウム発表の場を設ける事業を行っております。(Fellowship Award Symposium)

本シンポジウムでは、Fellowship Awardを受賞した海外の医師のほか、日本の医師数名にも発表者を毎年務めていただいており、2014年より日本人発表者について公募を行っております。

また、発表者は任意でInternational Research Network Meetingにおいて Gender Identity issues や general hospital psychiatry に関する国際共同研究を提案し進めることが歓迎されます。
多くの先生方からのご応募をお待ちしています。
 

第114回日本精神神経学会学術総会

  • 日程:2018年6月21日~23日
  • 場所:神戸国際会議場・神戸国際展示場・神戸ポートピアホテル

■大会のテーマ: 精神医学・医療の普遍性と独自性 ‐医学・医療の変革の中で‐
Commonality and Uniqueness of Psychiatry in Medicine and Medical Care

  詳細はこちら→→→ http://www.congre.co.jp/jspn114/

シンポジウム発表テーマについて

Fellowship Award受賞者と同様のテーマで、ご発表いただきます。
第114回については、以下の2テーマのいずれかからお選びください。
 

1. Consultation Liaison Psychiatry

The brain is an organ, a part of the body. Since psychiatric symptoms can arise in association with various physical illnesses or their treatment, it is crucial that the department responsible for the treatment of physical illnesses work together with the department of psychiatry. Delirium is a prime example of a condition that requires such collaborative efforts, and in Japan, its occurrence has been on the rise due to its aging population. Psychiatrists, by definition, are trained to be attentive to the psychological and social aspects of patients’ clinical presentation, and therefore can contribute to a comprehensive overview of treatment for the physical illness. In recent years, psychiatrists are increasingly expected to play a role in various circumstances, including emergencies, suicide intervention, cancer treatment, organ transplantation, the perinatal period, problems observed in children and adolescents, and disasters relief. Liaison psychiatry is seen as more important than ever.

The abstract should contain information on 2 or more of the following 6 items (a-f) regarding the situation of the applicant’s country.

a. Is there a medico-economic system supporting liaison activities? If not at present,
  specifically what efforts are the liaison psychiatrists making to establish it?

b. What preventive measures, treatment, and management of delirium and what
  measures against BPSD (Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia)
  are performed? How are the liaison psychiatrists involved in these?

c. In care for suicide attempters and suicide prevention, how is the comprehensive
  management, in which liaison psychiatrists play the central role, performed? Are
  there any measures to enhance the effects and efficiency of the system?

d. Are there any scientific associations organized by and for the liaison psychiatrists,
  and if any, what kind?

e. In palliative care, how are psychiatrists and liaison psychiatrists involved?

f. What clinical studies have been performed concerning treatment for psychiatric
  symptoms associated with physical illnesses and liaison medicine? Is there any
  particular topic that is of the applicant’s interest for clinical research?

 

2. Case Vignette

The applicant is requested to describe how psychiatrists in his/her home country would deal with the case  described in the vignette.

a. If you encounter patients like this in your country/community, how do you assess
  and diagnose them? Please also describe the names of diagnoses and concepts
  used for these patients in your country, if any, not limited to international
  diagnostic criteria such as ICD-10 and DSM-5.

b. Are patients like this within the scope of psychiatry in your country?

c. What treatment do medical institutions in your country provide for patients
  like this?

d. Are patients like this within the scope of treatment supported by public services
  (such as national health insurance systems) in your country? If so, what are
 the contents of treatment supported by such services?

e. This patient demanded legal sex change (changing the sex indicated in her birth
  register certificate). Are there legal systems that allow such changes in your
  country? If there are, what are their details?

f. Are there discrimination or prejudice against patients like this in your country?
  If there are, to what degree?

 

条件

  • 日本精神神経学会の会員である
  • 応募時点での年齢が40歳以下、または精神科医経験10年以下である
  • 英語でシンポジウム発表を行う事ができる

応募方法

所定のフォームを用いて、期日までに日本精神神経学会の学会事務局までEメールにて応募してください。 国際委員会にて選考の上、発表者を決定させていただきます。

【本件に関するお問い合わせ先】

日本精神神経学会 事務局 国際委員会担当
E-mail: jimu-kokusai@jspn.or.jp