Master Class

The EAPM Master Classes are scientific workshops for small groups of interested people (maximum of 25 persons per class). They aim to target younger scientific colleagues, who profit from the expertise of seniors. It is both, a platform where workshop leaders present their research, as well as newly established research and ideas of young scientists are discussed. The Master Classes are composed of 2 sessions, each slot takes 75 minutes. 

With your registration, please select which Master Class you would like to attend:

Susan Everson-Rose

Professor, Department of Medicine, University of Minnesota and President of the American Psychosomatic Society, USA

 

Topic:
Building a research career at the crossroads of psychology and public health: Lessons learned and future opportunities

 

Ulrich Schnyder

Emeritus Professor for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, University Hospital of Zurich, Switzerland

 

Topic:

Acquiring international research grant in psychotraumatology

 

Winfried Rief

Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, Director of Psychtherapy Amulance, University of Marburg and Editor in Chief, Clinical Psychology in Europe

Topic:

How placebo research addresses basic paradigms of psychosomatic medicine

 

Dear colleagues,

In light of the current developments regarding COVID-19 we would like to give a brief update regarding our 8th annual scientific conference of the European Association of Psychosomatic Medicine (EAPM 2020).

With the constantly changing situation and the spread of the virus in Europe it is currently very difficult to assess if it is possible and safe to run the conference as scheduled.
Currently there is no definite indication to cancel or postpone the conference but we will carefully follow the developments of the next weeks.

As these uncertain times makes it difficult to plan, we extended the Early Bird Registration as well as the cancellation policy for registration until April 30th, 2020. In the meantime we recommend to postpone further travel and accommodation bookings unless reimbursement is guaranteed.

If you haven´t submitted your abstract, we will open the late breaking poster submission soon.
We will keep you posted about the status of our conference and please do not hesitate to contact us with any further questions.

Thank you for your understanding and stay healthy!

Christoph Pieh
On behalf of the conference committee