Hva er kunnskapsgrunnlaget for behandling med eller uten bruk av psykofarmaka?

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onsdag 8. februar 2017, kl. 17:00

Sal: Amalie Skram

Arrangør: Stiftelsen Humania og Fellesaksjonen for medisinfrie behandlingstilbud

Inngang: Gratis

Velkommen til konferanse med ledende norske og internasjonale fagfolk: Hva er kunnskapsgrunnlaget for behandling med eller uten bruk av psykofarmaka?
Konferansen holdes på engelsk og varer fra 17.00-21.00

Er dagens bruk av medisiner i psykiatrien evidensbasert? Hvordan er balansen mellom skade og nytte ved medisineringen? Hva er kunnskapsgrunnlaget for medisinfrie behandlingstilbud i psykiatrien? Robert Whitaker, Jaakko Seikkula og Jan Ivar Røssberg innleder, etterfulgt av paneldebatt.

 

Detaljert program:

The instruction from Ministry of Health and Care Services regarding establishing treatments without the use of medicine in the Mental Health Services in all health regions in Norway
Håkon Rian Ueland

Psychiatric wards without medication: Why is it a bad idea?
Jan Ivar Røssberg

Pause

Rethinking Antipsychotics: Recovery Rates and Long-term Outcomes for Unmedicated Patients with Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders
Robert Whitaker

Open dialogue with families increase resources for avoiding unnecessary medication and improve the outcome in psychotic crises
Jaakko Seikkula

Pause

Panel debate

Håkon Rian Ueland represents Fellesaksjonen for medisinfrie behandlingsforløp. He is the leader of We Shall Overcome (WSO) and a child welfare worker who works with minor, single asylumseekers.

Jan Ivar Røssberg work as professor in psychiatry at the University of Oslo. He has the last 20 years been interested
in research concerning psychosocial interventions for patients with severe mental disorders.

Robert Whitaker is a journalist and author. He has won numerous awards covering medicine and science. Anatomy of an Epidemic won the 2010 Investigative Reporters and Editors book award for best investigative journalism.

Jaakko Seikkula is professor in psychotherapy, University of Jyväskylä. He has done research on the most sever mental health problems.
A main part of his research has focused on outcomes and dialogical processes in treatment of psychosis in Open Dialogue practice.