Programme Overview

Virtual Congress

As we are a truly global event, we have structured the ‘live’ sessions to suit a different region/time zone on each day. All ‘live’ sessions will also be made available on demand until 4 March 2021.
Please note, timing below is listed in Singapore Time (GMT+8), New York Time (GMT-5) and London time (GMT). If you wish to convert this to your specific timezone please visit: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html

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Time Day 1 (2 Dec 2020) Time Day 2 (3 Dec 2020) Time Day 3 (4 Dec 2020)
Day 1 live programme starts at 0800hrs Singapore time. (0000hrs London time | 2000hrs New York time) Day 2 live programme starts at 2100hrs Singapore time. (1300hrs London time | 0800hrs New York time) Day 3 live programme starts at 1600hrs Singapore time. (0800hrs London time | 0300hrs New York time)
2045 – 2100 SCAP Lifetime Contributor Award 1545 – 1600 IACAPAP Medal
0800 – 0830 Opening Ceremony
IACAPAP International Contribution Award
2100 – 2145 Plenary 4: Gabrielle Carlson
Emotionally Dysregulated Children: who are they, what happens to them, and what can we do about them?
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1600 – 1645 Plenary 7: Olayinka Omigbodun
One Hundred Child and Adolescent Mental Health Research Projects from sub Saharan Africa
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0830 – 0930 Keynote: Michael Meaney
Developmental Processes & Epigenetics
2145 – 2230 Plenary 5: James Hudziak
Building Healthy Brains Through Promoting Healthy Families
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1645 – 1745 Symposium sessions 43 – 53
0930 – 1015 Plenary 1: Valsamma Eapen Early Life determinants of Health
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2230 – 2245 Break 1745 – 1800 Break
1015 – 1115 Symposium sessions 1 – 9 2245 – 2345 Symposium sessions 20 – 31 1800 – 1900 Symposium sessions 54 – 62
1115 – 1145 A sponsored symposium by the Ministry of Education (MOE), Singapore 2345 – 0015
(4 Dec)
Orient EuroPharma Sponsored Symposium
Management of ADHD: Evidence, Unmet Need, and Future
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1900 – 1945 Networking Break
1145 – 1200 Break 0015 – 0030
(4 Dec)
Break
1200 – 1300 Symposium sessions 10 – 19 0030 – 0130
(4 Dec)
Symposium sessions 32 – 42 1945 – 2030

State of the Art Lecture 10
Kai von Klitzing: Infant Psychiatry and Psychotherapeutic Interventions in Early Childhood

State of the Art Lecture 11
Christina Schwenck: Selective Mutism: What We Have Learned So Far

State of the Art Lecture 12
Cecilia Essau: Challenges and Opportunities in Adapting Evidence-Based Interventions for the Prevention of Youth Anxiety and Depression Across Cultures

1300 – 1315 Break 0130 – 0145
(4 Dec)
Break 2030 – 2045 Break
1315 – 1400

State of the Art Lecture 1
Christel Maria Middeldorp: Psychopathology Across the Lifespan: Factors Influencing the Persistence of Childhood and Adolescent Symptoms

State of the Art Lecture 2
Rebecca Ang: The Referral Paradox: Enhancing Support for Children and Adolescents with Mental Health Needs

State of the Art Lecture 3
Kim Bung-Nyun: New Understanding of Neurodevelopmental Disorder: Gene and Environment Interaction

State of the Art Lecture 4
Takuya Saito: Hyperscanning in social communication

0145 – 0230
(4 Dec)

State of the Art Lecture 5
Myrna M. Weissman: 30 Years of Studying Families at Risk for Depression

State of the Art Lecture 6
Robert Hendren: Enhancing Neurodevelopmental Resilience from Conception to Adulthood

State of the Art Lecture 7
Andria Amador: Role of School in Mental Healthcare

State of the Art Lecture 8
Karl Tomm: Generative Questions in Clinical Interviewing

State of the Art Lecture 9
Paul Plener: Non-suicidal Self Injury: A New Normal or an Epidemic?

2045 – 2130

ICAMH Training Programme – Naming Ceremony

Gerald Caplan Lecture
Daniel Fung: Starting Small: Developing Child Centric Mental Health Policies

1400 – 1445 Plenary 2: Eric Chen
Youth Mental Health Needs in response to Social Unrest and Covid-19 Pandemics
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0230 – 0315
(4 Dec)
Plenary 6: Guilherme V. Polanczyk
Promotion of Development and Prevention of Mental Disorders
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2130 – 2200 Closing Ceremony

IACAPAP 2020 Best Posters Award
1445 – 1530 Plenary 3: Michael Hong
Clinical Implications of the East-West Cultural Differences in Asian countries; Does it really matter?
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Symposium, Oral and Poster Library

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Time Day 1 (2 Dec 2020) Time Day 2 (3 Dec 2020) Time Day 3 (4 Dec 2020)
Day 1 live programme starts at 1900hrs New York time.
(0800hrs Singapore time | 0000hrs London time)
Day 2 live programme starts at 0800hrs New York time.
(2100 Singapore time | 1300hrs London time)
Day 3 live programme starts at 0300hrs New York time.
(1600hrs Singapore time | 0800hrs London time)
    0745 – 0800 SCAP Lifetime Contributor Award 0245 – 0300 IACAPAP Medal
1900 – 1930
(1 Dec)
Opening Ceremony
IACAPAP International Contribution Award
0800 – 0845 Plenary 4: Gabrielle Carlson
Emotionally Dysregulated Children: who are they, what happens to them, and what can we do about them?
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0300 – 0345 Plenary 7: Olayinka Omigbodun
One Hundred Child and Adolescent Mental Health Research Projects from sub Saharan Africa
View Plenary 7 Abstract
1930 – 2030
(1 Dec)
Keynote: Michael Meaney
Developmental Processes & Epigenetics
0845 – 0930 Plenary 5: James Hudziak
Building Healthy Brains Through Promoting Healthy Families
View Plenary 5 Abstract
0345 – 0445 Symposium sessions 43 – 53
2030 – 2115
(1 Dec)
Plenary 1: Valsamma Eapen
Early Life determinants of Health
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0930 – 0945 Break 0445 – 0500 Break
2115 – 2215
(1 Dec)
Symposium sessions 1 – 9 0945 – 1045 Symposium sessions 20 – 31 0500 – 0600 Symposium sessions 54 – 62
2215 – 2245
(1 Dec)
A sponsored symposium by the Ministry of Education (MOE), Singapore 1045 – 1115 Orient EuroPharma Sponsored Symposium
Management of ADHD: Evidence, Unmet Need, and Future
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0600 – 0645 Networking Break
2245 – 2300
(1 Dec)
Break 1115 – 1130 Break
2300 – 0000
(1 Dec)
Symposium sessions 10 – 19 1130 – 1230 Symposium sessions 32 – 42 0645 – 0730

State of the Art Lecture 10
Kai von Klitzing: Infant Psychiatry and Psychotherapeutic Interventions in Early Childhood

State of the Art Lecture 11
Christina Schwenck: Selective Mutism: What We Have Learned So Far

State of the Art Lecture 12
Cecilia Essau: Challenges and Opportunities in Adapting Evidence-Based Interventions for the Prevention of Youth Anxiety and Depression Across Cultures

0000 – 0015 Break 1230 – 1245 Break 0730 – 0745 Break
0015 – 0100

State of the Art Lecture 1
Christel Maria Middeldorp: Psychopathology Across the Lifespan: Factors Influencing the Persistence of Childhood and Adolescent Symptoms

State of the Art Lecture 2
Rebecca Ang: The Referral Paradox: Enhancing Support for Children and Adolescents with Mental Health Needs

State of the Art Lecture 3
Kim Bung-Nyun: New Understanding of Neurodevelopmental Disorder: Gene and Environment Interaction

State of the Art Lecture 4
Takuya Saito: Hyperscanning in social communication

1245 – 1330

State of the Art Lecture 5
Myrna M. Weissman: 30 Years of Studying Families at Risk for Depression

State of the Art Lecture 6
Robert Hendren: Enhancing Neurodevelopmental Resilience from Conception to Adulthood

State of the Art Lecture 7
Andria Amador: Role of School in Mental Healthcare

State of the Art Lecture 8
Karl Tomm: Generative Questions in Clinical Interviewing

State of the Art Lecture 9
Paul Plener: Non-suicidal Self Injury: A New Normal or an Epidemic?

0745 – 0830

ICAMH Training Programme – Naming Ceremony

Gerald Caplan Lecture
Daniel Fung: Starting Small: Developing Child Centric Mental Health Policies

0100 – 0145 Plenary 2: Eric Chen
Youth Mental Health Needs in response to Social Unrest and Covid-19 Pandemics
View Plenary 2 Abstract
1330 – 1415 Plenary 6: Guilherme V. Polanczyk
Promotion of Development and Prevention of Mental Disorders
View Plenary 6 Abstract
0830 – 0900 Closing Ceremony
IACAPAP 2020 Best Posters Award
0145 – 0230 Plenary 3: Michael Hong
Clinical Implications of the East-West Cultural Differences in Asian countries; Does it really matter?
View Plenary 3 Abstract
       
Symposium, Oral and Poster Library

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Time Day 1 (2 Dec 2020) Time Day 2 (3 Dec 2020) Time Day 3 (4 Dec 2020)
Day 1 live programme starts at 0000hrs London time.
(0800hrs Singapore time | 2000hrs New York time)
Day 2 live programme starts at 1300hrs London time.
(2100 Singapore time | 0800hrs New York time)
Day 3 live programme starts at 0800hrs London time.
(1600hrs Singapore time | 0300hrs New York time)
    1245 – 1300 SCAP Lifetime Contributor Award 0745 – 0800 IACAPAP Medal
0000 – 0030 Opening Ceremony
IACAPAP International Contribution Award
1300 – 1345 Plenary 4: Gabrielle Carlson
Emotionally Dysregulated Children: who are they, what happens to them, and what can we do about them?
View Plenary 4 Abstract
0800 – 0845 Plenary 7: Olayinka Omigbodun
One Hundred Child and Adolescent Mental Health Research Projects from sub Saharan Africa
View Plenary 7 Abstract
0030 – 0130 Keynote: Michael Meaney
Developmental Processes & Epigenetics
1345 – 1430 Plenary 5: James Hudziak
Building Healthy Brains Through Promoting Healthy Families
View Plenary 5 Abstract
0845 – 0945 Symposium sessions 43 – 53
0130 – 0215 Plenary 1: Valsamma Eapen
Early Life determinants of Health
View Plenary 1 Abstract
1430 – 1445 Break 0945 – 1000 Break
0215 – 0315 Symposium sessions 1 – 9 1445 – 1545 Symposium sessions 20 – 31 1000 – 1100 Symposium sessions 54 – 62
0315 – 0345 A sponsored symposium by the Ministry of Education (MOE), Singapore 1545 – 1615 Orient EuroPharma Sponsored Symposium
Management of ADHD: Evidence, Unmet Need, and Future
View details
1100 – 1145 Networking Break
0345 – 0400 Break 1615 – 1630 Break
0400 – 0500 Symposium sessions 10 – 19 1630 – 1730 Symposium sessions 32 – 42 1145 – 1230

State of the Art Lecture 10
Kai von Klitzing: Infant Psychiatry and Psychotherapeutic Interventions in Early Childhood

State of the Art Lecture 11
Christina Schwenck: Selective Mutism: What We Have Learned So Far

State of the Art Lecture 12
Cecilia Essau: Challenges and Opportunities in Adapting Evidence-Based Interventions for the Prevention of Youth Anxiety and Depression Across Cultures

0500 – 0515 Break 1730 – 1745 Break 1230 – 1245 Break
0515 – 0600

State of the Art Lecture 1
Christel Maria Middeldorp: Psychopathology Across the Lifespan: Factors Influencing the Persistence of Childhood and Adolescent Symptoms

State of the Art Lecture 2
Rebecca Ang: The Referral Paradox: Enhancing Support for Children and Adolescents with Mental Health Needs

State of the Art Lecture 3
Kim Bung-Nyun: New Understanding of Neurodevelopmental Disorder: Gene and Environment Interaction

State of the Art Lecture 4
Takuya Saito: Hyperscanning in social communication

1745 – 1830

State of the Art Lecture 5
Myrna M. Weissman: 30 Years of Studying Families at Risk for Depression

State of the Art Lecture 6
Robert Hendren: Enhancing Neurodevelopmental Resilience from Conception to Adulthood

State of the Art Lecture 7
Andria Amador: Role of School in Mental Healthcare

State of the Art Lecture 8
Karl Tomm: Generative Questions in Clinical Interviewing

State of the Art Lecture 9
Paul Plener: Non-suicidal Self Injury: A New Normal or an Epidemic?

1245 – 1330

ICAMH Training Programme – Naming Ceremony

Gerald Caplan Lecture
Daniel Fung: Starting Small: Developing Child Centric Mental Health Policies

0600 – 0645 Plenary 2: Eric Chen
Youth Mental Health Needs in response to Social Unrest and Covid-19 Pandemics
View Plenary 2 Abstract
1830 – 1915 Plenary 6: Guilherme V. Polanczyk
Promotion of Development and Prevention of Mental Disorders
View Plenary 6 Abstract
1330 – 1400 Closing Ceremony
IACAPAP 2020 Best Posters Award
0645 – 0730 Plenary 3: Michael Hong
Clinical Implications of the East-West Cultural Differences in Asian countries; Does it really matter?
View Plenary 3 Abstract
       
Symposium, Oral and Poster Library

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