ESSPD Webinar: The ICD-11 Classification of Personality Disorders – Challenges and Opportunities
Those that didn’t have the chance to attend the webinar can now purchase access to the recording.
This second ESSPD webinar was devoted to informing European mental health professionals about the now released ICD-11 classification of personality disorders and how it may be used in clinical practice. Attendants watched three presentations by experts followed by a panel and audience discussion. The total length of the webinar is 1½ hour. In the first presentation, Mikaela Swales introduced and explained essential aspects of the new classification. In the second presentation, Bo Bach provided an overview of how the ICD-11 classification of personality disorder severity and trait domain specifiers may be carried out based on currently available instruments and different sources of information. In the third and final presentation, Sabine Herpertz gave a clinically-oriented overview and discussion of how the new classification may inform clinical practice and how established ICD-10 personality disorder types may be re-conceptualized within the ICD-11 new system. All three topics were eventually discussed, while pointing toward future research and implementation.
The following experts will be guiding you through the changes:
Michaela Swales, UK
Background information on the new ICD-11 classification system
Sabine Herpertz, Germany
Information on the implications of the new system for clinical practice
Bo Bach, Denmark
Information on diagnostic assessment of ICD-11 personality disorders
Babette Renneberg, Germany
The presentations will be followed by Q&A as well as general discussion, moderated by ESSPD president.
ESSPD Webinar: Euthanasia and assisted suicide for people with personality disorders in Europe – What is our current knowledge?
The first ESSPD webinar was devoted to informing the European specialists working with Personality disorders about the widely unknown topic of euthanasia and assisted suicide for patients with severe mental disorders in general and particularly personality disorders. Attendants watched four presentations by experts followed by a 45-minute panel and audience discussion.
Prof. Babette Renneberg (Berlin, Germany), president of the ESSPD
Prof. Christian Schmahl (Mannheim, Germany)
Dr. Ester di Giacomo
Introduction to the issue of euthanasia and assisted suicide with a view on psychiatric patients
Prof. Joris Vandenberghe
EAS and mental disorders in Belgium
Prof. Damiaan Denys
EAS and mental disorders in The Netherlands
Prof. Lars Mehlum
Transactional aspects of asking for and granting EAS in patients with personality disorders