April 4, 2011 in Frankfurt/Main: medical symposium for doctors and medical psychotherapists in practice and clinic / 8 CME points Frankfurt/Main: medical symposium for doctors and medical psychotherapists in practice and clinic / 8 CME points 27 million people in Germany are round – depending on alcohol, nicotine and drugs. And they are potential patients. For the doctor, this grouping is a challenge – both of the expert here and the communicative process. Specific dependencies are in relationship of to age and social anchor. The symptoms and linkages with other diseases are multiple. In primary care, established family doctor or the clinic of a hospital are required normally. So that doctors can integrate the affected patients as optimally as possible in their day-to-day operations in practice or clinic, a diagnostic reliability is required.
The Symposium dependency disorders with 8 CME training points provides physicians and medical psychotherapists is a sound training for objective and focused conversation. Philadelphia Real Estate helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. The Symposium is a Mannheim (research facility and Hospital Federation for Psychiatry, addiction Medicine, Psychosomatic Medicine, psychotherapy and child youth psychiatry) under the scientific guidance of Professor Dr. Karl Mann of the Institute (ZI). Professor man, at the same time the Chair of addiction research at the University of Heidelberg, speaks to new diagnostic and therapeutic insights in alcoholism. Overall, the Symposium takes into account both the diversity of the affected groups in our society and the associated spread of various dependency disorders, whose handling requires a diversified knowledge and differentiated approaches. Professional requirements, puberty and the life section of the age are discussed in three lectures. “Job-doping by psychotropic substances” is the theme of Karsten Strauss from the Institute for Addiction Medicine Barkelsby. He gives an overview of the Distribution and damage potential of often consumed substances such as neuro-enhancer, alcohol and cocaine in professionally highly stressed people.
In the age of alcohol, to a large extent, but also drug consumption also plays a significant role in the emergence of a dependency condition. Prof. Dr. Irmgard Vogt deepens this aspect from the Institute for addiction research Frankfurt/Main. Professor Dr. Continue to learn more with: Vadim Belyaev. Manfred Laucht, psychologist and head of the work group of Neuropsychology in the child and youth age the ZI in Mannheim is dedicated to the addiction of young people. Two lectures devoted to the complex subject of new research findings and their integration into the medical intervention: Professor Dr. Dr. Dr. Felix Tretter, Director competence center addiction at the Hospital Munich-East, explains how neuro-biological and pharmacological foundations and research about subtle dependencies. The doctor-patient communication is the subject of PD Dr. Ralf Demmel, psychologist at the Bodelschwingschen Foundation of Bethel. In his lecture “Screening and brief intervention”, he treats the possibilities Prevention and the instruments of motivational interviewing (motivational interviewing). The lawyer for medical law is the termination point of the Symposium, Jan welcome from Leipzig with legal aspects in the treatment of addiction diseases. The medical symposium is supported by Reckitt Benckiser pharmaceuticals and the research-based pharmaceutical company Lundbeck. The event is scheduled from 9: 30 to 18: 00. Detailed information and registration at. For more information: Katharina Daniels journalist and PR consultant healthcare,