PROGRAM.

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Time

MONDAY 8.2.2021

12.00-13.00

REGISTRATION AND SMALL LUNCH

13.00-13.45

OPENING OF THE CONFERENCE

13.45-14.30

PLENARY SESSION

MARKUS J. RANTALA: Biology of Depression: evolutionary psychological approach to mood disorders

14.30-15.00

COFFEE BREAK

15.00-16.30

PARALLEL SESSIONS

ELDERLY

DEPRESSION

WORKSHOP A

WORKSHOP B

Relationship between cognitive impairment and physical performance in the elderly population with dementia

Work-directed rehabilitation in primary care for people with depression and anxiety

Capnography Biofeedback in Psychophysical Physiotherapy for Patient with Dysfunctional Breathing

Physiotherapy education and mental health: Preparing the 2020
ER-WCPT education conference in Leuven (Belgium) 

Motives for physical activity in the adoption and maintenance of physical activity in middle-aged and old age Ugandan outpatients with a mental disorder

Body Awareness in Patients with Chronic Depression

Efficacy of progressive task-oriented circuit training on cognition, physical functioning and societal participation in individuals with dementia: a randomized controlled study

RADAR-CNS: Momentary daily life experiences in major depressive disorder

Individual physiotherapy intervention stratification(ipis) approach for working with older people acute mental health in-patient.

Exercise as a treatment for clinical depression and progressing the physiotherapists role

16.45-17.30

PRESENTING POSTER SESSION

18.00-19.30

CONFERENCE RECEPTION AT HELSINKI CITY HALL

Time

TUESDAY 9.2.2021

8.00-8.50

ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION A

ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION B

WORKSHOP I: Pain, trauma and acceptance: how to assess and plan rehabilitation from a behavioral perspective in a person-centered manner

PRE-GM MEETING 

9.00-10.30

PLENARY SESSIONS

GLENN NIELSEN: Physiotherapy for Functional Motor Disorder

TUIJA TURUNEN: Trauma and the body - combining psycho- and physiotherapy in facilitating trauma recovery

10.30-11.00

COFFEE BREAK AND POSTER SESSION

11.00-12.30

PARALLEL SESSIONS

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

PAIN/BEHAVIOR

CHILDREN/
NEUROKOGNITIVE DISORDERS

TEACHING/EDUCATION

Physical activity counselling in Ugandan patients with HIV and a co-morbid mental disorder

Is occupational education associated with psychological pain-related features among patients with low back pain?

Screening for motor problems and developmental coordination disorder in children with an autism spectrum disorder

Learning and teaching human movement in the context of physiotherapy: a systematic review and meta-synthesis of research

Test-retest reliability and correlates of the Simple Physical Activity Questionnaire in Ugandan outpatients with psychosis

ACTiveRehab's  four  profiles of behavioral plasticity indicate differential responsiveness and rehabilitation needs and mental health status  offering a unique person-centered model for chronic pain

Feasibility of exergames in people with major neurocognitive disorder

Exploring clinical reasoning and professional assumptions in mental health physiotherapy: the physiotherapist´s perspective.

Test-retest reliability, concurrent validity and correlates of the two-minute walk test in outpatients with psychosis

The process of acceptance for patients with long-term pain when participating in rehabilitation: a longitudinal study

The efficacy of exergames in people with major neurocognitive disorder: a randomized controlled trial

Psychological Distress among Patients Attending Physiotherapy: A Survey-Based Investigation of Irish Physiotherapists’ Current Practice and Opinions

The effects of physical exercises on self-management strategies in chronic Schizophrenic patients at Thabamoopo Hospital, South Africa

Brain activity response during stressful computer work in chronic neck pain

The relationship between intelligence and motor skills in children with autism spectrum disorder

Associations between therapeutic alliance, physiotherapist confidence in managing the patient and patient distress in chronic low back pain practice

Effectiveness of community based physiotherapy on anxiety, depression, disability, and pain in people with chronic non malignant pain

The role of coping and perceived control in quality of sleep in youth

The Dutch view Educational system on Physical Therapy in Mental Health in the Netherlands

12.30-14.30

LUNCH AND POSTER SESSION

14.30-16.00

PARALLEL SESSIONS

WORKSHOP C

WORKSHOP D

WORKSHOP E

WORKSHOP F

Integrating yoga therapy into physiotherapy: an evidence-informed, biopsychosocial, person-valued approach to chronic pain care.

Incorporating Physiotherapeutic Management for Service Users with Mental Health Disorders Into Entry Level Physiotherapy Curricula

Experiencing the phenomena movement quality and movement awareness – their theory construct and communication for implementation in mental health physiotherapy

Presence as a tool in manual therapy and sensorimotor rehabilitation

16.00-16.30

COFFEE BREAK AND POSTER SESSION

16.30-18.15

GENERAL ASSEMBLY ICPPMH

19.00-

CONFERENCE DINNER

Time

WEDNESDAY 10.2.2021

8.00-8.50

ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION C

Merja Sallinen:"how to get your study published"

ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION D

Joanne Connaughton: "ethical dilemmas when working with people with mental illness"

ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION E

Emanuel Brunner:

"physioterapists´ mental health: what do we need to stay healthy"

ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION F

Liv Skjaerven: "Differentiating awarness terminology: how can body and movement awarness both be useful terms and how do we differentiate the guidance?"

9.00-10.30

PLENARY SESSIONS

BRENDON STUBBS: Physical activity for the prevention and management
of mental disorders: evidence, mechanisms and implementation points for physiotherapists?

10.30-11.00

COFFEE BREAK AND POSTER SESSION

11.00-12.30

PARALLEL SESSIONS

BEHAVIOR/EXPERIENCE

TRAUMA/TOUCH

WORKSHOP G

WORKSHOP H

Subjective health complaints. norwegian psychomotor physiotherapists’ reflections on the phenomenon.

Touch can affect the emotions that words cannot reach  the role of myofascial structures in interoception, emotions and body awareness

Basic body awareness therapy and eurythmy therapy- an enriching combination.

Physiotherapy guidelines for weight, eating and trauma related disorders

Physiotherapist mediated behavioural intervention on locus of control and quality of life among stroke survivors

Trauma-afflicted refugees’ experiences of physical activity and exercise treatment - results from a qualitative study with focus group discussions

The phenomena movement quality and movement awareness – theory construct and communication in mental health physiotherapy

Is massage therapy effective in prevention of postpartum depression? A randomised clinical trial in South India.

From symptom management towards recovery from fibromyalgia

Painreduction in traumatized adolescent refugees by fasciatherapy/movement awareness physiotherapy

The lived body experience of young adults after stroke with physical functional impairment returning to home environment

Making the body meaningful.
A conversation analytical study of the interaction process in psychiatric physiotherapy.

12.30-14.30

LUNCH AND POSTER SESSION

14.30-16.00

Plenary session: Closing of the conference
with panel discussion/summarizing this year's conference

Awards for oral presentations, posters and workshops

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