NSMD’s third annual conference took place on 8 and 9 June, in the sunny south of the Netherlands. Vaeshartelt Castle, near Maastricht, was the venue, like last year. With four keynote speakers, from near and far, around fifty participants and a programme with lots of moments to catch up informally, it was a conference to remember.
The conference in numbers:
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4 keynote speakers
- Anne Roefs from Maastricht University presented ‘Multi-level and individual networks of psychopathology symptoms: Stability, idiosyncrasy, and relationship with psychopathology severity’.
- Harriëtte Riese from the Groningen University Centre of Psychiatry presented ‘Let’s talk about personalized experience sampling (ESM) in clinical practice’.
- Cheri Levinson from Louisville Center for Eating Disorders presented ‘Personalizing Eating Disorder Treatment Using Idiographic Network Analyses’.
- Omid Ebrahimi from the University of Oslo and University of Oxford presented ‘Towards precision in the diagnostic profiling of patients: Leveraging symptom dynamics in the assessment and treatment of mental health disorders’.
3 vegetarian meals.
7 PhD talks
Mado Ntekouli, René Freichel, Laurens Kemp, Gita Nadinda, Myrthe Veenman, Franziska Schutzeichel, Inga Marie Freund.
4 PhD poster presentations
Kyra Verboon, Mila Dix, Alessandra Mansueto, Güldehan Durman.
5 day chairs
Antoinette van Laarhoven, Renée Visser, Janna Cousijn, Katrijn Houben, Inga Marie Freund.