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Summer School 2007

"Teaching Management of Mental Health Problems"

The SEVENTH EASOM SUMMER SCHOOL was held in Zaragoza, Spain in September 2007.

Individual approach of mental health problems at work
Prof. Jac van der Klink, University of Groningen and Netherlands School of Public and Occupational Health, Amsterdam, NL

Organisational approach of mental health problems at work
Dr. Victor Alcalde, General Motors, Zaragoza, Spain

Short presentations about mental health and teaching practice in different countries
France: Dr. María Gonzalez, Strasbourg
United Kingdom: Prof. John Harrison, London
Finland: Dr. Tina Saarelma, Helsinki
Romania: Prof. Elena Pauncu, Timisoara
Belgium: Prof. Raphael Masschelein, Leuven
Italy: Prof. Maria Grazia Cassito, Milan

What competencies a fully qualified occupational physician should have regarding management of mental health problems at work?
Prof. Begoña Martínez-Jarreta, University of Zaragoza

FORMACIÓN EN PSICOLOGÍA Y PSIQUIATRÍA LABORAL Y PSIOSOCIOLOGÍA
Maria Castellano Arroyo, Directora de la Escuela Profesional de Medicina del Trabajo, Universidad de Granada

Experiences with teaching methods from different countries: - Teaching diagnosis
Prof. Pedro Saz, University of Zaragoza, Spain

Analysis of mental health problems in organisations
Mag. Gerhard Elsigan, Linzer Academy of Occupational Medicine, Linz, Austria

Teaching guidance and rehabilitation of workers with work-related mental health problems
Dr. Javier Bascuas, General Motors and University of Zaragoza, Spain

Preventive strategies for mental health problems
Preventive strategies for mental health problems
Dr. Javier García-Campayo, University of Zaragoza, Spain
Dr. Juan Carlos Fernández, Fremap, Zaragoza, Spain

Demonstrations of teaching methods - Conflicts at work and mobbing
Prof. Maria Grazia Cassito, University of Milan

Role plays about stress at work
Dr. Cristina Vispe, Fremap and University of Zaragoza, Spain
Dr. Santiago Gascón, University of Zaragoza, Spain
Dr. Ricardo Campos, Barcelona, Spain

What instructional methods are appropriate for teaching management of mental health problems?
Prof. Raphael Masschelein, University of Leuven, Belgium

“Management of a GH resident with psychiatric problems”