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Registration now open for the new WPA online learning webinar on: Early Intervention

Updated: Oct 25, 2021

Registration is now open for the first webinar in the new World Psychiatric Association's (WPA) online learning series: ‘Early Intervention’

This webinar forms the first part of a two-part series and is titled: “Early Intervention in Psychosis – A Global Perspective”. The series will cover different aspects of this important area of mental health and will discuss how specialised Early Intervention services for Psychosis have progressed in some regions, but global implementation and personalised delivery of care requires attention. Current clinical practice has much to assimilate from evolving scientific knowledge and it is widely hoped that innovations will pave the road for future personalised treatment strategies. Both webinars will be delivered by global experts and will conclude with an opportunity to have your questions answered.

The first webinar will be opened by Dr Afzal Javed, President - World Psychiatric Association and Mrs. Zoi Rapti, Deputy Minister for Mental Health – Greece. Chaired by Prof Nikos Stefanis MD FRANZCP, the event will include presentations by three internationally acclaimed academic researchers and clinicians who will explore the theme from different perspectives.

Webinar Presentations include:

Nikolaos Koutsouleris, MD, Professor of Neurodiagnostic Applications in Psychiatry, Managing Consultant Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Ludwig-Maximilian-University Munich Germany and Chair for Precision Psychiatry Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience King's College London UK. Towards the integration of human and artificial intelligence for the prediction of psychosis: results from the PRONIA study’

Swaran P. Singh, MBBS, MD, FRCPsych, DM Professor of Social and Community Psychiatry, Warwick University, UK. ‘Early Intervention in psychosis: from promise to delivery’

Sinan Guloksuz, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor Dept. Psychiatry and Neuropsychology, Maastricht University Medical Center, the Netherlands and Department of Psychiatry STEP Clinic Yale School of Medicine USA. How to estimate and utilise environmental liability to psychosis? the exposome score for schizophrenia.’


Registration for Webinar 1 is now open and you can register here.

Places are strictly limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

WPA is pleased to offer this webinar free to join. Attendees can receive a WPA CPD Certificate on completion of the webinar for a fee of USD $15.

Further Information:

Further details regarding the webinar can be found here.

For any queries relating to the Early Intervention Webinar Series please contact

Registration for the second webinar: Early Intervention in Low Resource Settings – Findings from the WIC (Warwick, India, Canada) Project, will be open soon. Make sure you don’t miss out and subscribe to the WPA news below.

Author: WPA Education Coordinator



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