Abstracts accepted as a poster presentation
Ghanizadeh, A. (Iran):
Gender comparison of exposed trauma and PTSD in a community sample of adolescents ?
Ghaffarinejad, A. & Toofani, K. (Iran):
Study of psychodynamic factors of suicide in Persia.
Bannerman, R. & Mitchell, K. (USA):
Successful seclusion and restraint reduction techniques on inpatient psychiatric units.
Isaksson, U., Åstrom, S. & Graneheim, U.H. (Sweden):
In the eye of the beholder: how female caregivers in nursing homes perceive violence.
Garriga Guitart, D. (Spain):
Violence on the schizophrenic disorder.
Burkertová, H. & Tre_lová, M. (Czech Republic):
Nursing care management of clients with aggressive behaviour.
Ghaffarinejad, A. (Iran):
Constellation of five rare psychiatric syndromes in a single case.
Tallandini, M.A. & Dimitrova, R. (Italy):
Aggressive behaviour as predictive factor of immigrant childrens' social and emotional problems.
Krammer, A., Stepan, A., Baranyi, A., Kapfhammer, H.-P. & Rothenhäusler, H.-B. (Austria):
Prevalence of stalking and its emotional impacts in psychiatrists, psychotherapists and psychologists.
Camus, D., Faust, J.M. & Chappuis, V. (Switzerland):
Intensive care room concept implementation: opportunities and questions.
VandeWeerd, C. & Paveza, G.J. (USA):
Violence in older adults with Alzheimer's disease: rates and risk factors in community based caregiver / patient dyads.
Antonsson, H.A., Åstrom, S. & Graneheim, U.H. (Sweden):
Caregivers' reflections on their interactions with people with intellectual disabilities.
Whittington, R. at al. (UK):
The European Violence in Psychiatry Research Group (EVIPRG).
Whittington, R., Leitner, M., Barr, W., McGuire, J. & Jones, S. (UK):
Factors associated with effective interventions for violence involving people with a mental disorder and / or offending behaviour: a systematic review.
Lynch, L.A. & Kenkre, J. (UK):
All Wales Care Pathway: Routine enquiry into domestic abuse.
Lardennois, M., Duquesne, P., Leduc, D. & Bardiau, F. (Belgium):
Prevention and management of violence in Belgian psychiatric institutions: do current practices respect international guidelines?
Bergk, J. & Steinert, T. (Germany):
Differences between seclusion and mechanical r restraint in restrictions to human rights - a randomised controlled trail.
Darlington, S., Belecina, C., Goldman, J., Hall, B., Koehler, S., Logan, D. & Schwanke, C. (USA):
Caring for staff - the first steps in reducing assaults and the use of seclusion & restraint.
Turtell, I., Sturidsson, K. & Gershater, S. (Sweden):
Quality register in forensic psychiatric health care.
Lundström, M., Karlsson, S., Antonsson, H., Edvinsson, S-O. & Åström, S. (Sweden):
Use of physical restraints in group-homes for persons with intellectual disabilities: prevalence and characteristics of residents.
Männynsalo, L., Putkonen, H., Kristola, H., Tikka, E. & Lehto, O. (Finland):
Evaluation period for psychiatric patients suffering from severe aggressive behaviour and psychotic disorders to prevent further aggressive and psychotic symptoms - unit for forensic psychiatric and difficult-to-treat patients in Helsinki University Central Hospital, Finland.
Holden, J., Johnson, T. & Nunno, M. (USA):
Using a prone / supine survey and literature review to forward the conversation regarding all restraints.
Voskes, Y. & Teijeiro, R. (Netherlands):
Experiences of patients and mental health workers in the case of seclusion in the psychiatric emergency room of a general hospital.
Teijeiro, R., Westerkamp, D. & Kok, H (Netherlands):
The story of the failed attempt at closing the seclusion rooms in a general psychiatric hospital.
Georgieva, I. (Netherlands):
“Do not leave a serious sick patient alone” - randomised clinical trials on reducing seclusion.
Pfersmann, V., Kloesch, G., Schmid-Siegel, B., Bayer, F. & Haushofer, M. (Austria):
Team satisfaction after assessment and prediction of violence risk of psychiatric inpatients and de-escalation training, consequences on treatment approach and violent incidents.
Rice, E. (USA):
Community mental health case managers' perspective of violence among women diagnosed with schizophrenia.
Hadzi-Angelkovska, S.A., Samardziska, V.C., Hadzi-Angelkovski, Gj., Vujovik, V., Gerazova, V. & Velickovska, E.M. (Macedonia):
Olazepine (zalasta) and lorazepam (loram) treatment of agitation and positive phenomenology in patients with schizophrenic disorder.
Bergk, J. & Steinert, T. (Germany):
1-Year follow-up of a randomised controlled trial comparing seclusion and mechanical restraint in people with serious mental illness.
Hoeken van, D., Gigch van, B. & Hummel van, E. (Netherlands):
Hospitality against separation on closed wards.
Vaneerdewegh, K. & Buntix, S. (Belgium): DYNAMO:
an integrated policy concerning violence in the public psychiatric healthcare centre Rekem (Belgium).
Douzenis, A. & Lykouras, L. (Greece):
Psychopathology and violent behaviour.
Rosa, A.G.S., Marque, I. & Barreto, J. (Portugal): Translation, cultural adaptation and validation of the Portugese version of the ATAS (Attitudes Toward Aggression Scale).
Lepping, P. (UK):
Coersive measures in Wales (UK).
Urheim, R., Hoff, H., Jakobsen, D. & Mykletun, A. (Norway):
Forms of aggressive behaviour in forensic inpatients.
Urheim, R., Jakobsen, D., Nome, S., Rypdal, K. & Palmsteirna, T. (Norway):
Factors influencing aggressive behaviour in a security ward.
Rypdal, K., Nome, S., Urheim, R. & Palmstierna, T. (Norway):
Measures to stop aggression in a security ward.
Wiebe, J. & Cooper, C. (UK):
Violence directed against UK trainee psychiatrists - frequency of assaults and evaluation of training .
Regan, J., Bartlett, A., Malley, M. &Browne, M. (UK):
Development of a novel psychotherapy service in Holloway prison for women prisoners who self harm.
Katalin, P. (Hungary):
Can the nurse student be trained in front of the aggression?
Bilgin, H., Özcan, N., Küçük, L. & Ulu_man, Ö. (Turkey):
The examination of interactions between nurses and patients in terms of predisposition to violence: a preliminary study.
Ozcan, N. & Bilgin, H. (Turkey):
Violence towards health care staff in Turkey: a systematic review.