Friday, 4 September – Saturday, 5 September 2020
Psychosomatic Research and Practice
in Cardiology and at the Workplace
Prof. Dr. M. Linden (Germany)
Prof. Dr. V. Köllner (Germany), Prof. Dr. M. Linden (Germany), Prof. Dr. M. Rose (Germany)
- Department of Psychosomatic Medicine at the Rehabilitation Hospital Seehof of the Federal German Pension Insurance, Teltow, Germany
- Department of Psychosomatic Medicine
at the Charité University Medicine Berlin, Germany
The International College of Psychosomatic Medicine (ICPM) www.icpmonline.org and its affiliated journal Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics https://www.karger.com/Journal/Home/223864 are proud to announce the 3rd WORKGROUP ON PSYCHOSOMATIC RESEARCH AND PRACTICE which will be held in Berlin, Germany, in cooperation with the German Society of Psychotherapy and Psychosomatic Rehabilitation (DGPPR).
The Workgroup gives a unique opportunity of in-depth discussion of clinical and research psychosomatic topics. Only a limited number of participants is admitted (maximum 30). It consists of: a) interactive lectures: speakers will outline the main aspects of their topics (40 min) and will then answer to questions from the floor and the chairs (20 min); b) small group activities: within the group, each participant will have the opportunity to present either a clinical case or a research project, or research results on psychosomatic that will be commented by the other participants as well as by the moderators (about 10 min); c) a general discussion.
The interactive lectures in the first day (4 September 2020) will be concerned with Psychosomatic Medicine in Cardiology. The impact of psychological problems on cardiac disorders and the consequences of cardiac disorders on psychological well-being will be discussed. The organization of interactive care of cardiac and psychosomatic specialist will be described, including the opportunity to visit a cardio-psychosomatic inpatient unit.
The interactive lectures in the second day (5 September 2020) will be concerned with Psychosomatic Medicine and the Workplace. Work can have an impact on psychological well-being, but psychological problems can impair the ability to work. Special problems are organizational injustice, anxiety and embitterment, and the assessment of impairment.
Per maggiori informazioni leggi http://www.icpmonline.org/world-congresses-workgroups/coming-congresses-workgroups