PRCP 2021 Daily Program

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09:00-10:00
Opening Ceremony
Convention Hall A+B+C (4F)
Online Room A, B & C
10:00-10:30
Keynote Lecture
Convention Hall A+B+C (4F)
Online Room A, B & C
Moderator(s)
Yong Chon Park (Korea)
10:00-10:30
The past, the present and the future of PRCP
Min-Soo Lee (Korea)
10:30-11:00
Coffee Break
11:00-11:50
Plenary Lecture 1
Convention Hall A+B+C (4F)
Online Room A, B & C
Moderator(s)
Narei Hong (Korea)
11:00-11:50
Linking community development and women's mental health
Helen Herrman (Australia)
12:00-13:00
Korean
Luncheon Symposium (Alvogen Korea)
Diagnostic precision of bipolar disorder
Convention Hall A+B (4F)
Online Room A & B
Moderator(s)
Yong Chon Park (Korea)
12:00-13:00
Bipolar disorder: A path to correct diagnosis
Yeon Ho Joo (Korea)
12:00-13:00
Korean
Luncheon Symposium (Janssen Korea)
TRD/MDSI
Convention Hall C (4F)
Online Room C
Moderator(s)
Jin Pyo Hong (Korea)
12:00-13:00
The first & only breakthrough therapy for TRS/MDSI patient, SPRAVATO
Jeong-Ho Seok (Korea)
12:00-13:00
Korean
Luncheon Symposium (Pfizer Pharmaceuticals Korea)
Recent update on MDD treatment with patient tailored therapy
Emerald Hall A+B (3F)
Online Room D & E
Moderator(s)
Do Hoon Kim (Korea)
12:10-12:35
The clinical implications of Pristiq as the 1st line treatment in diverse MDD patient
Hong Jin Jeon (Korea)
12:35-13:00
Key considerations in MDD treatment regarding tolerability profile of Pristiq
Hoo Rim Song (Korea)
13:00-13:30
Break
13:30-15:00
Symposium 1
Effects of threatening of COVID-19 and side effects of the lockdowns on the patients with mental disorder
Convention Hall A (4F)
Online Room A
Moderator(s)
So Hee Lee (Korea), Itsuo Asai (Japan)
13:30-13:50
Mental health care team for medical personnel during the COVID-19 pandemic in Tokyo, Japan   
Shiori Noguchi (Japan)
13:50-14:10
Development of Tokyo Metropolitan Distress Scale for Pandemic (TMDP), for assessing mental and social stress of medical personnel in COVID-19 pandemic
Miho Miyajima (Japan)
14:10-14:30
Psychological interventions for COVID-19-affected people: lessons learned from confirmed cases and cohort isolation in South Korea
So Hee Lee (Korea)
14:30-14:50
Clinical outcomes in COVID-19 patients with severe mental illness: a comparison between community-acquired and outbreak at sanatorium
Sanghoon Lee (Korea)
14:50-15:00
Q&A
All
13:30-15:00
Symposium 2
Interface between physical and mental disorders: Clinical and research implications
Convention Hall B (4F)
Online Room B
Moderator(s)
Jae-Min Kim (Korea), Tin Oo (Myanmar)
13:30-13:50
Cardiac outcomes of depression treatment in patients with acute coronary syndrome
Jae-Min Kim (Korea)
13:50-14:10
Health inequalities faced by people with psychotic and affective disorders
Robert Stewart (United Kingdom)
14:10-14:30
Psychiatric comorbidity and stroke outcomes in stroke patients
Hee-Ju Kang (Korea)
14:30-14:50
Impact of COVID-19 and hospitalization on depressed mood, anxiety, insomnia, and suicidal idea
Ju-Wan Kim (Korea)
14:50-15:00
Q&A
All
13:30-15:00
Symposium 3
New perspectives of panic disorder: With latest understandings and tools
Convention Hall C (4F)
Online Room C
Moderator(s)
Sang-Hyuk Lee (Korea), Te Jen Lai (Taiwan)
13:30-13:50
The extended fear network in panic disorder
Chien-Han Lai (Taiwan)
13:50-14:10
Neural correlates of early trauma in panic disorder
Min-Kyoung Kim (Korea)
14:10-14:30
Chatbot and VR-based cognitive behavioral treatment for panic disorder
Jooyoung Oh (Korea)
14:30-14:50
Machine learning-based discrimination of anxiety disorder and panic disorder
Seo-Eun Cho (Korea)
14:50-15:00
Q&A
All
13:30-15:00
Symposium 4
State-of-the-art of psychotic disorders
Emerald Hall A (3F)
Online Room D
Moderator(s)
Jun Soo Kwon (Korea), Susanna Every-Palmer (New Zealand)
13:30-13:50
Cerebral glutamate levels in people at high-risk of psychosis: A preliminary result
Tae Young Lee (Korea)
13:50-14:10
Make the unknown known: Applying radiomics in identifying schizophrenia
Minji Bang (Korea)
14:10-14:30
Psychosis MRI research in Japan
Naohiro Okada (Japan)
14:30-14:50
Annual prevalence, incidence and treatment response of schizophrenia and similar psychotic disorders in republic of Korea: A big data based study
Sung Joon Cho (Korea)
14:50-15:00
Q&A
All
15:00-15:30
Coffee Break
15:30-17:20
Symposium 5
WPA-PRCP symposium on late life depression
Convention Hall A (4F)
Online Room A
Moderator(s)
Hyun Kook Lim (Korea), Pichet Udomratn (Thailand)
15:30-15:50
Chaos and balance: Depression recurrence and network instability in late-life
Carmen Andreescu (United States)
15:50-16:10
Association between lifestyle modification and late life depression
Sang Joon Son (Korea)
16:10-16:30
Predicting treatment response in late-life depression
Helmet Karim (United States)
16:30-16:50
Default mode network dissociation linking cerebral beta amyloid retention and depression in cognitively normal older adults
Sheng Min Wang (Korea)
16:50-17:10
Late life depression in countries in Zone 16 of WPA: Focus on Thailand
Pongsatorn Paholpak (Thailand)
17:10-17:20
Q&A
All
15:30-17:00
Symposium 6
Development of peer supporter activities
Convention Hall B (4F)
Online Room B
Moderator(s)
Tsuyoshi Akiyama (Japan), Hoo Rim Song (Korea)
15:30-15:50
Creating a world of difference: Service user-led education for future psychiatrists in New Zealand
Susanna Every-Palmer (New Zealand)
15:50-16:10
Peer supporter activities in Korea 2021
Boung Chul Lee (Korea)
16:10-16:30
Building peer support towards vocational recovery - 5 years experience in Taiwan
Su-Ting Hsu (Taiwan)
16:30-16:50
Revolutional progress in Japan: Health insurance coverage for peer supporter activities
Tsuyoshi Akiyama (Japan)
16:50-17:00
Q&A
All
15:30-17:00
Symposium 7
Applications of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) in Korea: Focusing on the ACT matrix
Convention Hall C (4F)
Online Room C
Moderator(s)
Kang Uk Lee (Korea), Do Hoon Kim (Korea)
15:30-15:50
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and the ACT matrix
Kevin Polk (United States)
15:50-16:10
Mindfulness on the ACT matrix: Mindfulness without mindfulness
Hwa-Young Lee (Korea)
16:10-16:30
The ACT matrix for addiction
Euihyeon Na (Korea)
16:30-16:50
The ACT matrix for child and adolescent
Cheol-Soon Lee (Korea)
16:50-17:00
Q&A
All
15:30-17:00
Symposium 8
Cross-cultural psychopharmacology
Emerald Hall A (3F)
Online Room D
Moderator(s)
Edmond Pi (United States), Moon-Soo Lee (Korea)
15:30-15:50
Cross-cultural psychopharmacology: An update
Weiguo Zhu (United States)
15:50-16:10
Cross-cultural psychopharmacology: An Asian perspective
Edmond Pi (United States)
16:10-16:30
Biological consideration in cross-cultural psychopharmacology
Il Bin Kim (Korea)
16:30-16:50
Cross-cultural psychopharmacology in the elderly
Nak-Young Kim (Korea)
16:50-17:00
Q&A
All
17:00-18:00
Free Communication 1
Convention Hall B (4F)
Online Room B
Moderator(s)
Hwa-Young Lee (Korea)
17:00-17:20
A comparison of brain segmentation methods Freesurfer and AQUA for detecting Alzheimer’s disease using MRI
Sunghwan Park (Korea)
17:20-17:40
Psychological reactions of hospital workers to pandemic: A comparison of factors associated with SARS and SARS-Cov-2
Yu Lee (Taiwan)
17:40-18:00
Human-centered psychosocial care for infectious disease management
Chan-Seung Chung (Korea)
17:00-18:00
Young Psychiatrist Session 1
Convention Hall C (4F)
Online Room C
Moderator(s)
Kyu-Man Han (Korea)
17:00-17:12
Cognitive function, serum apolipoprotein A1 and apolipoprotein B levels, and apolipoprotein E variant rs429358 in patients with schizophrenia and normal controls
Wenwang Rao (China)
17:12-17:24
Stay connected- COVID-19 in the context of psychiatry
Yaeseul Kim (Korea)
17:24-17:36
Disruption of cerebro-cerebellar white matter connectivity and its association with executive function in patients with schizophrenia
Sung Eun Kim (Korea)
17:36-17:48
Effects of Depression, Anxiety Stress (DASS21) and Disgusting Sensitivity (DS-R) on attitudes of marginalized groups following the COVID-19 outbreak
Jihyun Ryou (Korea)
17:48-18:00
Prevalence of schizophrenia and its relationships with socio-demographic in Hebei province, China
Wenwang Rao (China)
17:00-18:00
Young Psychiatrist Session 2
Emerald Hall A (3F)
Online Room D
Moderator(s)
Sang-Hyuk Lee (Korea)
17:00-17:12
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) detection system based on Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) algorithm on electrocardiogram
Rifaldy Fajar (Indonesia)
17:12-17:24
Rare case report of bipolarity and type – II sturge weber syndrome
Mamidipalli Sai Spoorthy (India)
17:24-17:36
Screening major depressive disorder using vocal acoustic features in the elderly by sex
Seung Wan Suh (Korea)
17:36-17:48
Old age, female sex and subjective dry mouth as risk factors to xerostomia
Seung-Yup Lee (Korea)
17:48-18:00
Effect of virtual reality (VR) on stress reduction and change of physiological parameters including heart-rate variability in people with high stress: An open randomized cross-over trial
Hyewon Kim (Korea)
09:00-10:00
Plenary Lecture 2
Convention Hall A+B (4F)
Online Room A & B
Moderator(s)
Jun Soo Kwon (Korea)
09:00-09:45
What we learn from our ancestors and pioneers in the history of psychotherapy
Bou-Yong Rhi (Korea)
09:50-10:30
Special Lecture 1
Convention Hall A (4F)
Online Room A
Moderator(s)
Joon Ho Choi (Korea)
09:50-10:30
Optimising treatment outcomes in bipolar disorder
Chee Ng (Australia)
09:50-10:30
Special Lecture 2
Convention Hall B (4F)
Online Room B
Moderator(s)
Dong Woo Lee (Korea)
09:50-10:30
Mental health of hospital workers in a world in disarray
Mian-Yoon Chong (Taiwan)
09:50-10:30
Special Lecture 3
Convention Hall C (4F)
Online Room C
Moderator(s)
Byung Joo Ham (Korea)
09:50-10:30
WPA’s mission, vision & action plans
Afzal Javed (Pakistan)
10:30-11:00
Coffee Break
11:00-12:30
Symposium 9
Psychiatric distress among different groups of people at a general hospital
Convention Hall A (4F)
Online Room A
Moderator(s)
Changsu Han (Korea), Hiram Mok (Canada)
11:00-11:20
Distress among surgical patients
Sanjeev Sockalingam (Canada)
11:20-11:40
Distress among medical patients
Hochang Lee (United States)
11:40-12:00
Distress among hospital staff
Sun Mi Kim (Korea)
12:00-12:20
Distress among family members/caregivers of family
Hyun Jeong Lee (Korea)
12:20-12:30
Q&A
All
11:00-12:30
Symposium 10
Sharing the experience for mental health and suicide prevention
Convention Hall B (4F)
Online Room B
Moderator(s)
Yoshinori Cho (Japan), Jong-Woo Paik (Korea)
11:00-11:20
Prevention of suicide and attempted suicide in Denmark
Merete Nordentoft (Denmark)
11:20-11:40
The strategic research for care for suicide attempters and its social implementation in Japan
Chiaki Kawanishi (Japan)
11:40-12:00
Suicide prevention action plan and post suicide attemp case management in South Korea
Jong-Woo Paik (Korea)
12:00-12:20
COVID-19 and mental health in South Korea 
Hanson Park (Korea)
12:20-13:30
Q&A
All
11:00-12:30
Symposium 11
Esketamine treatment in patients with major depressive disorder and suicidal ideation
Convention Hall C (4F)
Online Room C
Moderator(s)
Hong Jin Jeon (Korea), Julian Freidin (Australia)
11:00-11:30
Ketamine and esketamine, from research to clinical practice: Experience at Massachusetts General Hospital
Cristina Cusin (United States)
11:30-11:55
Neural mechanism and clinical effects of esketamine in MDD patients with suicidal ideation
Hong Jin Jeon (Korea)
11:55-12:20
Suitable patients for esketamine and reduce potential side effects in MDD patients with suicidal ideation
Kiwon Kim (Korea)
12:20-13:30
Q&A
All
11:00-12:30
Symposium 12
Loneliness and connectedness of the elderly in COVID-19 pandemic
Emerald Hall A (3F)
Online Room D
Moderator(s)
Il Han Choo (Korea), Andi Tanra (Indonesia)
11:00-11:20
Geriatric mental health in COVID-19 pandemic situation
Narei Hong (Korea)
11:20-11:40
Effect of loneliness on the mental and physical health of old people
Jae Myeong Kang (Korea)
11:40-12:00
Price of a pandemic for elderly women's mental health
Prabha Chandra (India)
12:00-12:20
Consideration for geriatric population during the COVID 19; Loneliness
Cheolmin Shin (Korea)
12:20-13:30
Q&A
All
12:30-13:30
Korean
Luncheon Symposium (Korea Otsuka Pharmaceutical)
Long-acting-injection: An emerging 'NEW NORMAL' for functional outcome in Mental disorder
Convention Hall A+B (4F)
Online Room A & B
Moderator(s)
Jun Soo Kwon (Korea)
12:30-13:00
The optimal treatment option to break the cycle of relapse in schizophrenia
Sanghoon Oh (Korea)
13:00-13:30
Reliable long-term management that prevents recurrences and preserves functioning in bipolar disorder
Sung Joon Cho (Korea)
12:30-13:30
Korean
Luncheon Symposium (Lundbeck Korea)
Feel better think clearer and do better Brintellix
Convention Hall C (4F)
Online Room C
Moderator(s)
Jee Hyun Ha (Korea)
12:30-13:30
Vortioxetine and emotional blunting in MDD
Narei Hong (Korea)
12:30-13:30
Korean
Luncheon Symposium (Alvogen Korea)
Suicide prevention in mood disorder
Emerald Hall A+B (3F)
Online Room D & E
Moderator(s)
Kang Seob Oh (Korea)
12:30-13:30
Antipsychotics & suicide risk mitigation in mood disorder
Jong-Woo Paik (Korea)
13:30-14:00
Break
14:00-15:30
Symposium 13
Screening, early detection and prevention for psychiatric disorders in child and adolescent psychiatry
Convention Hall A (4F)
Online Room A
Moderator(s)
Dong-Won Shin (Korea), Susan Shur Fen Gau (Taiwan)
14:00-14:20
Autism spectrum disorder: Early detection and screening
Yeni Kim (Korea)
14:20-14:40
ADHD: Early detection and screening
Minha Hong (Korea)
14:40-15:00
Suicide: Screening, early detection and prevention
Yong Sil Kwon (Korea)
15:00-15:20
Pediatric bipolar disorder: Early detection and screening
Mani Pavuluri (United States)
15:20-15:30
Q&A
All
14:00-15:30
Symposium 14
Why psychiatrists tend to make a polypharmacy decision-making in daily clinical practice?
Convention Hall B (4F)
Online Room B
Moderator(s)
Naotaka Shinfuku (Japan), Takahiro Kato (Japan)
14:00-14:20
Overview of polypharmacy in Asian counteries based on REAP survey
Chay Hoon Tan (Singapore)
14:20-14:40
Network-based analyses of patterns of psychotropic medication uses in Asian patients with schizophrenia
Seon-Cheol Park (Korea)
14:40-15:00
How to face and combat polypharmacy-based clinical practice: Case reports from an early-career psychiatrist
Muneomi Kayo (Japan)
15:00-15:20
A call for a rational polypharmacy policy: Based on an international survey on psychiatrists’ decision-making
Yukako Nakagami (Japan)
15:20-15:30
Q&A
Norman Satorius (Switzerland)
14:00-15:30
Symposium 15
Hikikomori: An update on research on pathological social withdrawal
Convention Hall C (4F)
Online Room C
Moderator(s)
Young Sik Lee (Korea), Alan Teo (United States)
14:00-14:20
Screening and assessment for hikikomori and other forms of social disconnection
Alan Teo (United States)
14:20-14:40
Current status of hikikomori in Japan
Motohiro Sakai (Japan)
14:40-15:00
Psychiatric conditions that co-occur with hikikomori
Takahiro Kato (Japan)
15:00-15:20
Hikikomori outside Japan
Tae-Young Choi (Korea)
15:20-15:30
All
14:00-15:30
Symposium 16
Pandemic, trauma and mental health: Humanities and social science perspectives
Emerald Hall A (3F)
Online Room D
Moderator(s)
Yoshiharu Kim (Japan), Ho Suk Suh (Korea)
14:00-14:20
Quarantine & trauma: Mental health implications on a fragile balance between human right and public safety
Jung Hyun Lee (Korea)
14:20-14:40
Disaster, social measures and mental health: What can we learn from history
Ho Kim (Korea)
14:40-15:00
Anthropolgical perspective on pandemic, human behavior and mental health
Hanson Park (Korea)
15:00-15:20
Understanding minds of people living in the era of pandemic: from the perspective of Collective unconscious
Nami Lee (Korea)
15:20-15:30
Q&A
All
15:30-16:00
Coffee Break
16:00-17:30
Symposium 17
Recent advances in psychiatric neuroimaging study
Convention Hall A (4F)
Online Room A
Moderator(s)
Woo-Suk Tae (Korea), Chonnakarn Jatchavala (Thailand)
16:00-16:20
The neural mechanisms of plasticity in semantic cognition: Variable neuro-displacement hypothesis
JeYoung Jung (United Kingdom)
16:20-16:40
Neuroinflammation and neurodegeneration in depression
Kyu-Man Han (Korea)
16:40-17:00
Exploring the neurobiology of OCD through the concept of thought-action fusion
Sang Won Lee (Korea)
17:00-17:20
Decreased cortical gryification in patients with bipolar disorder
Kwan Woo Choi (Korea)
17:20-17:30
Q&A
All
16:00-17:30
Symposium 18
COVID-19 pandemic on mental health
Convention Hall B (4F)
Online Room B
Moderator(s)
Nor Zuraida Zainal (Malaysia), Young Moon Lee (Korea)
16:00-16:20
Effects of infectious disease – Related psychological stress on severe mental illness
Minyoung Sim (Korea)
16:20-16:40
Strategies of infection control in psychiatric wards during biological disasters
June Young Chun (Korea)
16:40-17:00
The outcomes of the COVID-19 infection among patients with psychiatric diagnosis
Haewoo Lee (Korea)
17:00-17:20
Consideration for community mental health services of severe mental illness during the COVID-19 pandemic
Hwoyeon Seo (Korea)
17:20-17:30
Q&A
All
16:00-17:30
Symposium 19
Side effects of psychotropic agents in Asia
Convention Hall C (4F)
Online Room C
Moderator(s)
Toshiya Inada (Japan), Seon-Cheol Park (Korea)
16:00-16:20
The factor structure of EPS using the DIEPSS in patients with schizophrenia: Results from the 2016 REAP AP-4 study
Chika Kubota (Japan)
16:20-16:40
Profile antipsychotics among schizophrenia patient in Indonesia: Results from the Research on Asia Psychotropic Prescription (REAP) studies
Andi Tanra (Indonesia)
16:40-17:00
Brief introduction on prescription pattern and clinical characteristics of patients with mood stabilizer-induced cognitive side effects: Findings from the REAP-BD survey in Korea
Kiwon Kim (Korea)
17:00-17:20
Adverse events related to antipsychotic medications in Asia: Trend analysis from REAP-AP 1-4
Kok Yoon Chee (Malaysia)
17:00-17:20
REAP-AP4 survey: What does data from India suggest?
Sandeep Grover (India)
17:20-17:30
Q&A
Chay Hoon Tan (Singapore)
16:00-17:30
Symposium 20
Digital healthcare
Emerald Hall A (3F)
Online Room D
Moderator(s)
Yee Jin Shin (Korea), Roger Ng (Hong Kong)
16:00-16:20
Digital healthcare for obsessive-compulsive disorder
Doug Hyun Han (Korea)
16:20-16:40
Digital healthcare for eating behavior
Hyung Jin Choi (Korea)
16:40-17:00
Digital healthcare for depression phenotype screening
Jung Jae Lee (Korea)
17:00-17:20
Digital healthcare for memory training
Jun-Young Lee (Korea)
17:20-17:30
Q&A
All
17:40-18:30
PRCP General Assembly
Convention Hall A (4F)
Online Room A
17:30-18:30
Free Communication 2
Convention Hall B (4F)
Online Room B
Moderator(s)
Hyun Kook Lim (Korea)
17:30-17:50
Effect of low-intensity focused ultrasound stimulation in patients with major depressive disorder: Interim analysis of an exploratory clinical trial
Jeong-Ho Seok (Korea)
17:50-18:10
Application of Chatbot for patients with methamphetamine use disorder: A preliminary randomized controlled trial
Chun Hung Lee (Taiwan)
18:10-18:30
Ethnic difference in pharmacokinetic of antipsychotics
SHIH-KU Lin (Taiwan)
17:50-18:50
Young Psychiatrist Session 3
Convention Hall C (4F)
Online Room C
Moderator(s)
Jong-Woo Paik (Korea)
17:50-18:02
Psychotropic drug prescription and psychosocial intervention in university students during the crisis of suicide copycat in 2019: a 6-month follow-up study
Chonnakarn Jatchavala (Thailand)
18:02-18:14
Development and validation of deep learning-based software using brain magnetic resonance imaging for Alzheimer's disease diagnosis
Jong Bin Bae (Korea)
18:14-18:26
Long-term benefits of mindfulness on white matter tracts underlying the cortical midline structures in panic disorder
Joonho Lee (Korea)
18:26-18:38
Structural brain alterations in cortical thickness, volume and surface area in patients with bipolar types I and II
Yoonmi Woo (Korea)
18:38-18:50
The efficacy of computerized cognitive training program in preschool children with and without developmental disabilities
Taeyeop Lee (Korea)
17:30-18:30
Young Psychiatrist Session 4
Emerald Hall A (3F)
Online Room D
Moderator(s)
Kyoung-Sae Na (Korea)
17:30-17:42
Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on older adults living in long-term care centers in Thailand, and risk factors for post-traumatic stress, depression, and anxiety
Maytinee Srifuengfung (Thailand)
17:42-17:54
Alteration of surface area and cortical thickness in drug-naïve adults with major depressive disorder
Jee Soo Lee (Korea)
17:54-18:06
The psychological impact of COVID-19 pandemic in quarantine population
Seung Bhin Kim (Korea)
18:06-18:18
The perceived barrier to visiting psychiatrists in Korea: Findings by text mining analysis on social media big data
Hwo Yeon Seo (Korea)
18:18-18:30
Correlation between smart phone app use patterns and athlete performance of professional golfers
Sung Ah Chung (Korea)
09:00-09:45
Plenary Lecture 3
Convention Hall A+B (4F)
Online Room A & B
Moderator(s)
Kang Seob Oh (Korea)
09:00-09:45
Dementia prevention and translational research in the community
Ee Heok Kua (Singapore)
09:45-10:30
Plenary Lecture 4
Convention Hall A+B (4F)
Online Room A & B
Moderator(s)
Hanyong Jung (Korea)
09:45-10:30
An integrated view of complex psychiatric phenotypes
Shigenobu Kanba (Japan)
10:30-11:00
Coffee Break
11:00-12:30
Symposium 21
Creating the safe environments of mental health services
Convention Hall A (4F)
Online Room A
Moderator(s)
Sang Won Jeon (Korea), Christopher Lee (Australia)
11:00-11:20
Se-Won Lim and the changes of mental health environment in Korea
Hwa-Young Lee (Korea)
11:20-11:40
Measures or policies for the safe environments of mental health services
Tsung-Yang Wang (Taiwan)
11:40-12:00
The practical implications of involuntary treatment order in Australia and its humanitarian aspects.
Chris Lee (Australia)
12:00-12:20
Law and virtue: Cultural understanding of human rights and safety in mental health services
Chan-Seung Chung (Korea)
12:20-12:30
All
11:00-12:30
Symposium 22
Gender dysphoria - Room for debate?
Convention Hall B (4F)
Online Room B
Moderator(s)
Philip Morris (Australia)
11:00-11:10
Gender dysphoria - General issues
Philip Morris (Australia)
11:10-11:30
Social contagion of gender dysphoria
Dianna Kenny (Australia)
11:30-11:50
Clinical vignettes of gender dysphoria
Cary Breakey (Australia)
11:50-12:10
Psychotherapy for gender dysphoria
Roberto D'Angelo (Australia)
12:10-12:20
Q&A
All
11:00-12:30
Symposium 23
Tao psychotherapy: Introduction to Tao psychotherapy
Convention Hall C (4F)
Online Room C
Moderator(s)
Young-Suk Paik (Korea)
11:00-11:20
Birth of Tao psychotherapy
Young-Suk Paik (Korea)
11:20-11:40
What is Tao psychotherapy
Jung-Kug Lee (Korea)
11:40-12:00
Self psychology & taopsychotherapy: Similarities & differences
Allan Tasman (United States)
12:00-12:20
What if psychodynamic psychotherapy encounters tao psychotherapy?: Deborah Cabaniss vs. Dong Shick Rhee
Yong Chon Park (Korea)
12:20-12:30
Q&A
All
11:00-12:00
Young Psychiatrist Session 5
Emerald Hall A (3F)
Online Room D
Moderator(s)
Hoo Rim Song (Korea)
11:00-11:12
Psychological impact of COVID-19 and other viral epidemics on frontline healthcare workers: a systematic review
Sonja Cabarkapa (Australia)
11:12-11:24
Identifying genomic risk for autism spectrum disorder using whole-genome sequencing
Il Bin Kim (Korea)
11:24-11:36
The improvement of brain activity and movement efficacy in response to virtual reality stimulations
Na Yeon Kim (Korea)
11:36-11:48
Association between dissociative symptoms and morning cortisol levels in patients with post-traumatic stress disorder
Hyun Seo Lee (Korea)
11:48:12:00
Subthreshold depression and anxiety are associated with increasing suicidal attempt: a Korean nationwide study
Jihyun An (Korea)
12:30-13:30
Luncheon Symposium (Eisaikorea INC)
Donepezil 23mg: How do you optimize treatment in your patients?
Convention Hall A+B (4F)
Online Room A & B
Moderator(s)
Chang Uk Lee (Korea)
12:30-13:30
Donepezil 23mg: How do you optimize treatment in your patients?
Changsu Han (Korea)
12:30-13:30
Korean
Luncheon Symposium (Korea Otsuka Pharmaceutical)
Challenging to treat mood disorder for complete remission
Emerald Hall A+B (3F)
Online Room D & E
Moderator(s)
Kang Seob Oh (Korea)
12:30-13:00
How to approach and optimize pharmacotherapy focusing on Mixed depression
Seon-Cheol Park (Korea)
13:00-13:30
Effective management of residual symptom with Aripiprazole augmentation
Cheolmin Shin (Korea)
13:30-15:00
Symposium 24
Dementia management in Asia-Pacific Countries
Convention Hall C (4F)
Online Room C
Moderator(s)
Dong Woo Lee (Korea), Suichi Awata (Japan)
13:30-13:50
Management of dementia in Korea
Dong Woo Lee (Korea)
13:50-14:10
Management of dementia in Japan
Suichi Awata (Japan)
14:10-14:30
Management of dementia in USA
Donald Royall (United States)
14:30-14:50
Management of dementia in Taiwan
Te-Jen Lai (Taiwan)
14:50-15:00
Q&A
All
13:30-14:00
Break
14:00-15:00
Free Communication 3
Convention Hall A (4F)
Online Room A
Moderator(s)
Hong Jin Jeon (Korea)
14:00-14:20
Korean psychiatrists’ usage pattern of electronic communication and social media and its application to develop guideline
Tae-Yeon Hwang (Korea)
14:20-14:40
Paths to healing in the covid-19 era
Chan-Seung Chung (Korea)
14:40-15:00
A baseline assessment of the knowledge and practices on mental health of tertiary level teaching staff in a local university
Roselle Arbas (Philippines)
14:00-15:00
Free Communication 4
Convention Hall B (4F)
Online Room B
Moderator(s)
Haewoo Lee (Korea)
14:00-14:20
Overview of culturally responsive e mental health resources for anxiety & depression in British Columbia
Shawna Narayan (Canada)
14:20-14:40
Digital healthcare for depression screening: The relationship between mobile phone location sensor data and geriatric depression
Jung Jae Lee (Korea)
14:00-15:00
Young Psychiatrist Session 6
Emerald Hall A (3F)
Online Room D
Moderator(s)
Moon-Soo Lee (Korea)
14:00-14:12
Lewy body dementia with premorbid depression: A case report
Pei Chien Chou (Taiwan)
14:12-14:24
Effect of suicide prevention law and media guidelines on copycat suicide of general population following celebrity suicides in South Korea, 2005–2017
Jihoon Jang (Korea)
14:24-14:36
Spousal caregiver burden in patients with cognitive impairment: Effects on nutrition and other related factors with cognition
So Yeon Jeon (Korea)
14:36-14:48
The electrophysiological change related to childhood trauma in patients with major depressive disorder: An event-related potential study
In Soo Heo (Korea)
14:48:15:00
The effects of personality traits and resilience on Quality of life in breast cancer survivors
In Mok Song (Korea)
15:10-15:40
Closing & Award Ceremony
Convention Hall B (4F)
Online Room B