Programa International Review of Bipolar Disorders Sevilla 2013

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  • 1. The 13th International Review of Bipolar Disorders 18 - 20 March 2013 NH Hotel Convention Centre, Seville, Spain www.irbd.orgDay 1 - Monday 18 March 2013 - Draft ProgrammeTheme: Categories & Dimensions -Temperament, Spectrum and Associated IssuesKey: MS = Multiple, KN = Keynote, DB = Debate, OP = Oral Platform, PO = Posters, PS = Parallel Session09.00 Registration Opens (open for duration of conference) Morning plenary sessions - Gran Salón Andalucía09.15 Pre-conference Workshop: Introduction to Impulsivity (in association with International Society for Research on Impulsivity) Chair: Prof A Swann (US) Impulsivity: Its measurement and its relationship to clinical phenomena Prof A Swann (US) Brain mechanisms of impulsivity and relationships to risky behaviour Dr L Mason (UK)/Prof R Rogers (UK) Practical aspects: Relationships to outcome, nonpharmacological and pharmacological treatments Prof J Scott (UK)/Prof E Jimenez (ES)11.15 Refreshments - Vestíbulo, Salón Malaga & Salón Marbella11.45 IRBD 2013 Welcome and Introduction Conference Chairman: Prof E Vieta (ES) EBF Director: Mr R Pendleton (UK)12.00 MS1: European Bipolar Forum: Affective temperament Chair: Prof J Angst (CH) Bipolarity in patients with borderline personality disorders: What is specific and non-specific? Prof G Perugi (IT) Borderline in Cyclothymia, the role of irritable temperament Dr E Hantouche (FR) Prediction of suicidality in the community: The role of temperament Prof E Karam (LB)13.30 Lunch and Poster session (PO1) - Vestíbulo, Salón Malaga & Salón Marbella14.30 PS1: Temperaments as mediators of suicide risk, PS2: Evolutionary aspects of bipolar disorders hopelessness and psychopathology in bipolar and affective temperaments (Salón Alanda) disorders (Gran Salón Andalucía) Dr X Gonda (HU) Prof M Pompili (IT) A Cortex Congress Conference PROGRAMME CO-CHAIRS
  • 2. The 13th International Review of Bipolar Disorders 18 - 20 March 2013 NH Hotel Convention Centre, Seville, Spain www.irbd.orgDay 1 - Monday 18 March 2013 (Cont’d)Theme: Categories & Dimensions - Temperament, Spectrum and Associated IssuesKey: MS = Multiple, KN = Keynote, DB = Debate, OP = Oral Platform, PO = Posters, PS = Parallel Session15.00 MS2: Neurobiological markers in MS3: Youth temperament and affective disorders bipolar illness (Gran Salón Andalucía) (Salón Alanda) Chair: Prof J K Rybakowski (PL) Chair: Prof M L Figueira (PT) Biological markers of staging in bipolar illness Youth suicide attempts Prof F Kapczinski (BR) Prof M L Figueira (PT) GSK-3beta and beta-catenin in the postmortem The prodromal phase of bipolar disorder brain of bipolar and schizophrenic subjects Prof G Faedda (US) Prof G Pandey (US) Advances in assessment: fast and frugal The HPA Axis and cognition in bipolar disorder methods of detection without over diagnosis Prof A Young (UK) Prof E Youngstrom (US) Clinical and biological markers of lithium response Delayed sleep offset and other markers of circadian Prof J K Rybakowski (PL) rhythm disruption are common in young people with emerging mood disorders Prof I Hickie (AU)17.00 Refreshments - Vestíbulo, Salón Malaga & Salón Marbella17.30 MS4: Clinical staging: Understanding the evolu- MS5: The impact of co-morbidities on Bipolar tion of bipolar disorders and defining treat- Chair: Prof G Perugi (IT) (Salón Alanda) ments for at risk and early onset cases Chair: Prof J Scott (UK) (Gran Salón Andalucía) Obesity & bipolar disorder Prof A Tortorella (IT) Clinical staging models for bipolar disorders: Understanding different approaches to staging Affective temperament and Prof J Scott (UK) smoking Prof Z Rihmer (HU) An evidence map of psychosocial interventions for ‘at risk’, first episode and early onset bipolar The impact of comorbidities of bipolar disorder - disorders Alcohol, temperament and bipolar disorder Dr M Vallarino (IT) Prof A Erfurth (AT) What do offspring studies teach us about clinical Comorbidity and functioning staging models for bipolar disorders? Dr L Gutierrez-Rojas (ES) Prof A Duffy (CA) Bipolar spectrum and heroin Examining the evidence for pharmacological addiction - tendency to abuse or self-medication? treatments in recent onset bipolar disorder? Prof I Maremmani (IT) Prof F Bellivier (FR)19.30 DB1: What comes first? High level of impulsiveness or mood instability? Chair: Prof K Fountoulakis (GR) (Gran Salón Andalucía) Argument for impulsiveness Prof A Swann (US) Argument for mood instability Prof Z Rihmer (HU) Discussion: Prof K Fountoulakis (GR)20.30 CLOSE of Day 1 and Welcome Reception21.30 EBF International Scientific Advisory Committee Dinner IRBD 2014 Programming meeting A Cortex Congress Conference PROGRAMME CO-CHAIRS
  • 3. The 13th International Review of Bipolar Disorders 18 - 20 March 2013 NH Hotel Convention Centre, Seville, Spain www.irbd.orgDay 2 - Tuesday 19 March 2013 - Draft ProgrammeTheme: Changing Clinical Concepts -Re-definitions, New Treatments & EvolutionKey: MS = Multiple, KN = Keynote, DB = Debate, OP = Oral Platform, PO = Posters, PS = Parallel Session09.00 MS6: Cognition and Bipolar Disorders PS3: Trauma and bipolar disorder Chair: Prof A Erfurth (AT) (Gran Salón Andalucía) Chair: Dr G Faedda (US) Dr B Amann (ES) The assessment and treatment of cognitive deficits in bipolar disorder Prof A Martinez-Aran (ES) PS4: Antidepressant use in Bipolar disorder II The burden of cognitive dysfunction Chair: Dr G Faedda (US) Prof G Sachs (AT) Dr J Undurraga (ES)10.00 Refreshments - Vestíbulo, Salón Malaga & Salón Marbella10.30 The Paradigm Shift in Bipolar I Disorder (Lundbeck sponsored symposium) Chair - Prof E Vieta (ES) (Gran Salón Andalucía) Introducing clinically relevant subtypes in DSM-V Prof J van Os (NL) Managing the core manic symptoms and the depressive features in manic bipolar I Prof H Grunze (UK) Customised treatment of bipolar I patients Prof A Young (UK) Assertive treatment of bipolar I (remission and beyond) Prof E Vieta (ES) General discussion12.30 KN1: Bipolar and anxiety disorders: Comorbidity and validity of episode length Prof J Angst (CH) (Gran Salón Andalucía)13.00 Lunch and Poster session (PO2) - Vestíbulo, Salón Malaga & Salón Marbella Afternoon plenary sessions - Gran Salón Andalucía14.00 Patient and physician perspectives in bipolar disorder (AstraZeneca sponsored symposium) Chair - Prof E Vieta (ES) Treatment approaches in bipolar disorder Prof A Young (UK) Evidence and issues in the real world Prof E Vieta (ES) Maximising patient outcomes: Bringing together perspectives Prof H McAllister-Williams (UK) Panel discussion A Cortex Congress Conference PROGRAMME CO-CHAIRS
  • 4. The 13th International Review of Bipolar Disorders 18 - 20 March 2013 NH Hotel Convention Centre, Seville, Spain www.irbd.orgDay 2 - Tuesday 19 March 2013 - Draft Programme - ContTheme: Changing Clinical Concepts -Re-definitions, New Treatments & EvolutionKey: MS = Multiple, KN = Keynote, DB = Debate, OP = Oral Platform, PO = Posters, PS = Parallel Session16.00 Refreshments - Vestíbulo, Salón Malaga & Salón Marbella16.30 MS7: Recent advances in the short-term treatment of bipolar depression Chair: Prof J Calabrese (US) Morbidity and mortality associated with bipolar depression Prof T Ketter (US) Short-term studies in bipolar depression using adjunctive designs Prof J Calabrese (US) Linking neurotransmitter receptors to novel mechanisms of therapeutic action and side-effect profiles Dr J Goikolea (ES)18.00 MS8: Understanding the long-term perspective and options to help achieve long-term remission Chair: Prof K Fountoulakis (GR) Bipolar depression and interepisodal symptomatology Prof A González-Pinto (ES) Psychosocial interventions and physical care Dr C Torrent (ES) Refractoriness in bipolar disorder: Definitions and evidence-based treatment Prof K Fountoulakis (GR)19.30 CLOSE Day 220.30 Gala Dinner and Presentation of EBF Lifetime Achievement Award A Cortex Congress Conference PROGRAMME CO-CHAIRS
  • 5. The 13th International Review of Bipolar Disorders 18 - 20 March 2013 NH Hotel Convention Centre, Seville, Spain www.irbd.orgDay 3 - Wednesday 20 March 2013 - Draft ProgrammeTheme: Understanding Disease Progression -Advanced Diagnostics & Care, Today & TomorrowKey: MS = Multiple, KN = Keynote, DB = Debate, OP = Oral Platform, PO = Posters, PS = Parallel Session Morning plenary sessions - Gran Salón Andalucía09.00 KN2: Functional imaging abnormality in bipolar disorder: What changes and what doesn’t change across phases Chair: Dr P McKenna (ES)09.30 KN3: Pharmacogenetics and personalized pharmacology of bipolar disorder Chair: Prof J Del Tito (US) Prof J Kelsoe (US)10.00 MS9: Marking a border between bipolar and unipolar disorders Chair: Dr A Murru (ES) Risks and advantages of the use of antidepressants in bipolar depression Prof L Tondo (IT) Unipolar and bipolar schizoaffective disorders: diagnostic residuals or clinical entities? Dr A Murru (ES)11.00 Refreshments - Vestíbulo, Salón Malaga & Salón Marbella11.30 PS5: When first line treatment will not suffice OP: Oral Platform sessions Chair: Prof J Cookson (UK) Chair: (Gran Salón Andalucía) (Salón Alanda) The use of residential treatment for children and Affective temperaments in the Tunisian general adolescents with bipolar disorder and psychological Population - Dr R Zaibi Jomli resistance to it Mixed hypomania with psychotic features congruent Prof R Bush (US) for the depressed phase - Prof S Dilsaver Let’s face it: facial emotion processing is impaired in The severe part of the bipolar II spectrum: Border- bipolar disorder - Miss T Van Rheenen line personality and more persistant Mental imagery: an emotional amplifier for bipolar dis- psychopathology order? - Dr R MK Ng Prof J Deltito (US) Proposals for new paths to bipolarity, mixity, Factors associated with adherence to medication in fibromyalgia and migraine - Dr G Treviranus a French cohort (FACE-BD) of bipolar patients Could glutamate spectroscopy differentiate bipolar Prof R Belzeaux (FR) depression from unipolar? - Dr M Taylor Prestige and bipolarity: An evolutionary perspective - Dr J Le Bas13.00 KN4: Depot antipsychotic medication in bipolar disorder Prof J Cookson (UK) (Gran Salón Andalucía)13.30 Closing Address and Close of Conference A Cortex Congress Conference PROGRAMME CO-CHAIRS