Presentation

We are pleased to present the II European Meeting on Women's Mental Health to be held in Barcelona on 26 and 27 October 2017, Organized by the Catalan Research Workgroup on Women´s Mental Health.

The main goal is to update the knowledge about several issues related to the topic of women, gender and psychosis. The speakers participating in the Congress are well known European experts in this area, from several disciplines as psychiatry, psychology and endocrinology. 

The meeting will be composed by three plenary lectures concerning gender differences in several aspects and  five Symposiums. 

The Scientific Committee encourages you to participate and submit proposals for symposium, oral communications or poster, in order to share knowledge on the research carried on by the different teams that are currently working in the topic of psychosis and gender.

And to help you to decide, Barcelona is a beautiful city in autumn.

See you at the Symposium.

Organizing Committee

 

News

Significant Gender Differences Found in Psychosis Outcome Joan Arehart-Treichel

Women with schizophrenia fare better than do men with the illness, various retrospective studies have found. Now a longitudinal investigation further supports these results.

The study was headed by Linda Grossman, Ph.D., a professor of psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Grossman reported the results at APA's 2006 annual meeting in Toronto in May. The results are also published in the June Psychiatric Services.

Gender differences in first onset Schizophrenia spectrum psychoses. Talonen S1, Väänänen J2, Kaltiala-Heino R1,2.

Nord J Psychiatry. 2016 Oct 24:1-8. [Epub ahead of print]

Gender differences in first onset Schizophrenia spectrum psychoses.

Talonen S1, Vää