• Overcoming Barriers in Minds and Society

DAY 1: 20 SEPTEMBER

Parallel Session 1: 11:30-13:00

SY-1
Overcoming stigma in the media: Initiatives, challenges, and future directions

Opening Minds - News Media
Michael Pietrus and Romie Christie

 

SY-3
Research and planning for the next stage of social change in England
Jo Loughran and Sue Baker

 

OR-1
Stigma and recovery

Guadalupe Morales Cano
Formation: a key tool for Recovery and fight of stigma and discrimination

Christina Færch Jensen
Team Zest for Life – a non stigmatic approach

 

OR-2
Disclosure at the workplace

1. Catherine van Zelst
Disclosure of mental health complaints in the workplace

2. Lone Hellström
Results of a supported employment intervention (IPS-MA), and the importance of disclosure

3. Johanne Bratbo
Disclosure as part of an antistigma effort

 

OR-3
Stigma and lived experience among mental health professionals

1. Katrina Scior
Lived Experience and Stigma among Mental Health Service Providers

2. Joseph S. DeLuca
Associative Stigma among Mental Health Professionals: Converging Results from Three Studies

 

OR-5
School based mental health interventions

1. Bettina Friedrich & Julia Schleimer
Talk About Change: An Evaluation of a Mental Health Intervention in a Californian School

 

Parallel Session 2: 14:30-16:00

SY-5
Lessons from evaluation of three anti stigma programmes

Heather Stuart
Lessons Learned from the Evaluation of Three Anti-stigma Programs - Canada

 

SY-6
Inequality in somatic health care

Johanne Bratbo

   

SY-7
Stigma and its impact on suicide attempt survivors

Nathalie Oexle
Mental illness stigma, suicide stigma and suicide prevention

 

SY-8
Mental health and diversity works! 

Victor Vladar
Dorien Verhoeven
Noortje Zomer
Klaas-Pieter Derks

 

SY-9
Overcoming digital barriers: Results of beyondblue research into stigma reduction using digital interventions

Andrew Thorp
Devon Indig
Alison Kennedy

 

OR-6:
Double stigma in the mental health care system

1. Sidsel Busch 
Stigma turns patients with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders into non-patients without rights to proper and competent treatment in the psychiatric treatment system in Denmark

 

OR-8
Stigma as a barrier for caregivers’ help-seeking

3. Mads Trier Blom
The fool who changed the game

 

OR-9
Stigma among special population groups

1. Victoria Frye
Mental Health and HIV Stigma

3. Lauren O’Connor
Experience of Dual Self-Stigma Among Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Persons with Severe Mental Illness

 

PLENARY
A label, an illness or a curse? - Renaming schizophrenia

Antonio Lasalvia
Words matter: after more than a century it is time to cosign ‘schizophrenia’ to history

Charlene Sunkel 
Together Against Stigma - Schizophrenia

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