• adherence to therapy
  • advocacy and ethics in mental health
  • aging
  • biology of mental disorders
  • community mental health services
  • consultation liaison mental health services
  • disability
  • early intervention
  • emergency services in mental health
  • good practices models for approach of persons with mental health disabilities
  • how to write a scientific paper
  • human resources in mental health system
  • human rights
  • major psychiatric disorders
  • mental health – past, present and future
  • mental health and culture
  • mental health and economics
  • mental health legislation
  • mental health policies: between ideal and reality
  • migrants: a target for mental health services
  • online mental health services
  • psychiatry and psychiatric services
  • research in mental health
  • stigma and mental health
  • stress
  •  other and unspecified

CME Course


Thursday, September 27, 2018

Room A (Aula Magna)

(Lucian Blaga University, 2 Lucian Blaga Street, Sibiu)


09:00 – 09:40 Lavinia Duica (Romania) Importance of Mental Health Services in the Public Health Area
09:40 – 10:20 Ariel Como (Albania) Primary Care – A Target for Reforms in Mental Health Systems?
10:20 – 11:00 Mirela Ignat (Romania), Lavinia Duica (Romania) Psychiatric Nursing – New Directions in Romanian Mental Health Services
11:00 – 11:40 Ciprian Bacila (Romania) Depression and Abusive Alcohol Consumption in Primary Care
11:40 – 12:00

Coffee break

12:00 – 12:40 Dragos Alexandru (Romania) Biostatistics Applied in Mental Health Services
12:40 – 13:20 Constantin Kamal (Romania) Management of Substances Addiction and Obesity in Primary Care
13:20 – 14:00 Monica Cara (Romania) Quality in Mental Health Services
14:00 – 14:40 Mihai Mutica (Romania) Mental Health in Primary Care – As Simple as Possible?!
14:40 – 15:00

Lunch break

15:00 – 15:40 Catalin Plesea – Condratovici (Romania) Mental Health from the GP’s Point of View
15:40 – 16:20 Maria Ladea (Romania) Aggression in Hospital Settings – A Comprehensive View
16:20 – 17:00 Hiroaki Ambo (Japan) Peer Support Promotion in Mental Health Services – A Japanese Model
17:00 – 17:40 Vladimir Nakov (Bulgaria), Jordan Ganev (Bulgaria) Burn-out Syndrome among Medical Professionals
17:40 – 18:00

Discussions, Q&A, Evaluation

19:30 – 20:00

Opening ceremony

Friday, September 28, 2018

ROOM A (Aula Magna)

09:00 – 09:45 Symposium:
Mental Health in South-Eastern Europe of 21st Century
Ariel Como (Albania), Vladimir Nakov (Bulgaria), Mihail Cristian Pîrlog (Romania)
09:45 – 11:00 Round table:
The Role of a Mental Health Association in South Eastern Europe
Chairman: Howard Goldman (USA)
11:00 – 11:15 Coffee Break
11:15 – 12:00 Symposium:
Depressive disorder and somatic comorbidities
·         The issue of co-morbidities in major depressive episodes
Lavinia Duica (Romania)
·         Direct and indirect costs of depression
Mihail Cristian Pirlog (Romania)
(with Educational Financial Support provided by Servier Pharma Romania)
12:00 – 12:45 Keynote lecture:
Something Old and Something New in the Care of Individuals with Schizophrenia
Lisa Dixon (USA), Donald C. Goff (USA)
12:45 – 13:45 Plenary Session (II)
Chairs: Vaska Stancheva-Popkostadinova (Bulgaria), Mihai Mutică (Romania)
13:45 – 14:15 Symposium:
Efficacy of Injectable Therapy in Schizophrenia
Ana Secelean (Romania)
(with Educational Financial Support provided by Eli Lilly)
14:15 – 14:45 Lunch Break
14:45 – 15:15 Industry Symposium
Clinical Situations and Therapeutically Choices in Depressive Disorder
Adriana Mihai (Romania)
(with Educational Financial Support provided by Angelini)
15:15 – 15:45 Lecture:
Pharmacovigilance Issues in Treatments of Mental Health Disorders
Mohammed Al Sbou (Jordan)
15:45 – 16:30 Keynote lecture:
Disorders of Intellectual Development and current Approaches in Europe
Germain Weber (Austria)
16:30 – 17:15 Lecture:
The Inclusion of Psychopathy into DSM-5:
History of the Concept – Implications for our Work Life – Implications for our Everyday Life
Joakim Nietschke (Germany)
17:15 – 18:00 Keynote lecture:
Fixing mental health care – top down and bottom up approaches
Heinz Katschnig (Austria)

ROOM B (M01)

Psychological Assessment. Projective Techniques: opportunities vs. limits?
Marius Milcu (Romania)
11:00 – 11:15 Coffee Break
11:15 – 14:15 Workshop:
Oniric drawing elements; Methods of action in the therapy of depressive disorders.
Mihaela Bucuță (Romania), Iulia Petcu (Romania)
14:15 – 14:45 Lunch Break
14:45- 15:10 Assessing the mental health of children through SDQ
Raluca Sassu (Romania)
15:10- 15:35 Methods of assessing the quality of life of children and adolescents. Assessment of the constructional validity of the Multidimensional Scale of Student Life Satisfaction.
Ana–Maria Cătană (Romania)
15:35- 16:00 Curiosity and Mental Health
Gabriela Marcu (Romania)
16:00- 16:45 Multidimensional diagnosis of occupational stress at personnel of the health care system Adrian Tudor Brate (Romania)
16:45 – 17:15 Stay home or stay at work: a brief analysis of cancer patients study cancer discourse in the Romanian setting from a psychological view
Radu Popa (Romania)

ROOM C (M02)

09:00 – 11:00 Plenary Session (I)
Chairs: Ciprian Bacila (Romania), Rumiana Dinolova (Bulgaria)
11:00 – 11:15 Coffee Break
11:15 – 12:00 Lecture:
Health Technology Assessment (HTA) for the New Antidepressants
Adina Turcu Stiolica (Romania)
12:45 – 13:30 Symposium:
A comprehensive approach on social rehabilitation
Ioana Pavel (Romania), Diana Mihalcea (Romania), Marian Onofreiu (Romania), Traian Purnichi (Romania)
14:15 – 14:45 Lunch Break
14:45 – 18:00 Workshop:
Phenomenology of emotion – Shame. How do I recognize it? When it occurs? What value does it have? How can I manage it?
Petre Radescu (Romania), Georgeta Niculescu (Romania), Florentina Palada (Romania)

Saturday, September 29, 2018

ROOM A (Aula Magna)

09:00 – 09:30 Current trends in the prevention of child abuse and neglect
Vaska Stancheva-Popkostadinova (Bulgaria)
09:30 – 10:15 Keynote lecture:
Something Old and Something New in the Treatment of Individuals with Early Non-Affective Psychosis
Lisa Dixon (USA), Donald C. Goff (USA)
10:15 – 11:00 Symposium:
Early intervention in the course of schizophrenia. The role of LAIs
Cătălina Crișan (Romania), Cristian Marinescu (Romania)
(with Educational Financial Support provided by Johnson & Johnson Romania)
11:00 – 11:15 Coffee Break
11:15 – 12:45 Round Table:
Suicide Prevention – Main Target for Mental Health Services in 21st Century
·         Community Mental Health in Japan – Focus on Suicide Prevention
Hiroaki Ambo (Japan)
·         Suicide Prevention among Adolescents
Marco Sarchiapone (Italy)
·         Holistic Approach of Suicide Prevention
Doina Cozman (Romania)
12:45 – 13:15 Symposium:
The Art of Always Standing, Adaptive Flexibility!
Cristian Marinescu (Romania)
(with Educational Financial Support provided by Terapia)
13:15 – 13:45 Trilogos – a method for personality- and consciousness development
Germain Weber (Austria), Linda Roethlisberger (Switzerland), Michael Weiss (Switzerland)
13:45 – 14:15 Lunch Break
14:15 – 14:45 Lecture:
Involvement of Community in Mental Health Services in Eastern Europe
Jana Chihai (Moldova), Raluca Nica (Romania)
14:45 – 15:10 Lecture:
The Role of Beliefs in Mental Health
Cristian Vasile (Romania)
15:10 – 15:25 Digitalizing sleep – about Wakez Innovation Labs 2018 – prize for best product
Zaki Milhem (Romania)
15:25 – 15:40 Innovation and entrepreneurship in digital medicine
Ion Gheorghe Petrovai (Romania)
15:45 – 16:00 Telemental health – Romanian solutions
Maria Ladea (Romania), Mihai Bran (Romania)
16:00 – 16:20 How can we and our customers benefit of digitization?
Traian Purnichi (Romania), Ioana Pavel (Romania)
16:20 – 16:35 Multicultural Experience in Online System Therapy
Valentina Simon (Romania)
16:35 – 17:15 Are We Aware That Our Digital Footprint Stays Forever?
Tea Vukusic Rukavina (Croatia), Josko Viskic (Croatia)
17:15 – 18:00 E-Mental Health: The Future is Now!
Davor Mucic (Denmark)

ROOM B (M01)

09:00 – 10:15 Symposium:
Returning to work after cancer – psychosocial challenges for employers and employees with cancer.
Adela Popa (Romania), Felicia Morândău (Romania)
10:15 – 11:00 Symposium:
Tensional Psychological Predeterminism Between Implications and Consequences
Alin Gilbert Sumedrea (Romania)
Intentionality and beliefs systems in delusion Corneliu Moșoiu (Romania)
11:00 – 11:15 Coffee Break
12:45- 13:45 Workshop:
Identifying suicide by Eye Detect technique for assessing cognitive effort
Razvan Turcu (Romania)
13:45 – 14:15 Lunch Break
14:15 -16:00 Workshop:
The challenge of socializing the child with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Adrian Bratu (Romania)
16:00 –
Round table:
Socio-cultural diversity and psychopathological variations.
Experience of Romanian psychiatrists from the diaspora.
Petre Radescu (Romania)

ROOM C (M02)

Social Representations of the Family on the Mental Health of the Elderly
Viorica Bobic (Romania)
09:15 – 09:30 The Care Plan for the Institutionalized People with Mental Illness in the Perspective of the Social Worker
Sorina-Georgeta Corman (Romania)
09:30 – 09:45 The Discrimination of the People with Mental Illness – Intervention Strategies in the Field of the Social Work
Raluca Sassu (Romania), Silviu Morar (Romania), Mihaela Bucuţă (Romania), Sorina Corman (Romania)
09:45 – 10:00 The Social Work for the People with Mental Health Problems – Anthropological Approaches
Amalia Pavelescu (Romania)
10:00 – 10:20 The Role of the Social Worker in the Social Services for People with Alzheimer’s
Oana Rădăcina (Romania)
10:20 – 10:40 The Role of the Social Worker in the Romanian Psychiatric Hospitals
Emilia-Maria Sorescu (Romania)
10:40 – 11:00 The Role of the Orthodox Priest in the Community Network for the Support of the People with Mental Health Problems
Gabriel Sorescu (Romania)
11:00 – 11:15 Coffee Break
11:15 – 11:35 Bipolarity and its social effects
Andreea Mihaela Niță (Romania)
11:35 – 11:55 Do we recognize the signs of depression? The population’s opinion revealed in a sociological survey
Cristina Ilie Goga  (Romania)
11:55 – 12:15 Personality traits, health and cronic diseases
Ștefan Viorel Ghenea (Romania)
12:15 – 13:00 Symposium:
The burden of care in psychiatric disorders: the patient’s and the caregiver’s perspective
Cătălina Crișan, Elena Predescu (Romania)
Child and adolescent psychiatry: myths and realities Elena Predescu, Roxana Șipoș (Romania)
Mental health problems and their consequences: the caregiver’s perspective Mădălina Radu, Andrada Ciucă, Ramona Moldovan (Romania)
Awareness in patients with psychiatric disorders and the impact on self-stigma and depression
Cătălina Crișan, Irina Părău, Andrea Nemeș, Nicoleta Vlasin (Romania)
13:00 – 13:45 Workshop:
Managing emotions and moral values in medical practice
Ioana Pavel (Romania), Diana Mihalcea (Romania), Marian Onofreiu (Romania), Traian Purnichi (Romania)
13:45 – 14:15 Lunch Break
14:15 – 16:00 Workshop:
Tear and Smile – Social Assistance, Psychodrama and Mental Health of the Elderly
Viorica Bobic (Romania)
16:00 – 16:45 Symposium:
Schizophrenia and Psychosis: delimitations and superpositions in a clinical and biological conceptualization
Lavinia Duica (Romania)

Sunday, September 30, 2018

 (Lucian Blaga University, 2 Lucian Blaga Street, Sibiu)

ROOM A (Aula Magna)

09:00 – 10:30 Plenary Session (III)
Chairs: Lavinia Duica (Romania), Ariel Como (Albania)
10:30 – 12:00 Mental Health in Present – Needs and Opportunities
Open discussion.
Chairman: Howard Goldman (USA)
12:00 – 13:00 Conclusions. Plans for future actions. Closing ceremony.

Mental health professionals (psychiatrists, psychologists, sociologists, social workers, nurses), Medical professionals (MDs, nurses, social workers), Students, Stakeholders (NGOs, Advocacy).

Mental Health Association of South-Eastern Europe

“Lucian Blaga” University Sibiu – Faculty of Medicine

“Lucian Blaga” University Sibiu – Faculty of Social and Human Science

“Gheorghe Preda” Psychiatric Hospital Sibiu

President of Conference

Howard H. Goldman (USA)

President of Scientific Commitee

Germain Weber (Austria)

President of Local Organizing Commitee

Mihaela Cernusca Mitariu (Romania)

Scientific Commitee

Mohammed Al Sbou (Jordan)

Hiroaki Ambo (Japan)

Ciprian Bacila (Romania)

Mihaela Dana Bucuta (Romania)

Jana Chihai (Moldova)

Ariel Como (Albania)

Doina Cozman (Romania)

Catalina Crisan (Romania)

Lisa Dixon (USA)

Lavinia Duica (Romania)

Donald Goff (USA)

Heinz Katschnig (Austria)

Maria Ladea (Romania)

Davor Mucic (Denmark)

Mihai Mutica (Romania)

Vladimir Nakov (Bulgaria)

Joachim Nitschke (Germany)

Mihail Cristian Pirlog (Romania)

Marco Sarchiapone (Italy)

Vaska Stancheva-Popkostadinova (Bulgaria)

Raluca Sassu  (Romania)

Sonila Tomori (Albania)

Cristian Vasile (Romania)

Josko Viskic (Croatia)

Tea Vukusic Rukavina (Croatia)

Local Organizing Commitee

Ciprian Bacila

Doriana Nicoleta Basaraba

Viorica Bobic

Mihaela Dana Bucuta

Simona Butnarasu

Adrian Brate

Delia Cazacu

Gabriel Cazacu

Anca Iulia Ciobanu

Lavinia Duica

Mihaela Ioana

Andra Ionescu

Monica Itu

Corneliu Moșoiu

Cristina Neamtu

Cristian Nicoara

Gratiela Olteanu

Elena Daciana Pintilie

Adela Popa

Cornelia Florina Puiu

Sorin Radu

Valentina Denisa Sandu

Ionela Madalina Stanciu

Laura Stef

Alin Gilbert Sumedrea

Raul Todea

Diana Vulea

Lucian Blaga University, Faculty of Medicine

Lucian Blaga Street, No. 2A, 550169, Sibiu, România

Tel.: +40-(269)-212320



Fax: +40-(269)-212320E-mail: decan.medicina@ulbsibiu.ro
Web: http://medicina.ulbsibiu.ro


Galati is the capital and also the largest city of Galati County, which is located at the southern end of the plateau Moldova. Located on the left shore of the Danube, it covers an area of 246.4 km2 at the confluence of Siret (west) and Prut (east), about 80 km from the Black Sea.

The earliest records of the city go back to 1445. In 1789 the town was burnt down during the Russo-Turkish war.
In Bram Stoker’s novel, Dracula, Galati is the port where Count Dracula disembarked in his escape to Transylvania.

The resident population is 249,432 people (according to 2011 census).

The largest shipyard in Romania is located here and it takes full advantage of the optimal access of the city to the Black Sea.

Galati is connected to major cities in the country through roads and railways. Being a port, Galati is easily accessible by water from the Black Sea, via the Danube Delta.


Danube waterfront – With a length of about three kilometers, the promenade on the shore of the Danube is a place where you can do many things. The park, with an area of about 30 hectares offers the visitor, in the first place, a romantic walk under the weeping willows or under the plane trees, or enjoy the view of the river and Dobrogea mountains. Gourmets can enjoy the local cuisine in one of the eight restaurants along the promenade (some of them floating on pontoons) or can simply admire the works of art displayed everywhere, evidence of one of the most important European metal sculpture camps in the last century.

The Fortified Church Precista – Located near the promenade, it is the oldest monument in the city of Galati and it was built between 1643-1647, during the reign of Vasile Lupu. Over time, Precista suffered all the hardships of times: it was burnt by the Turks, destroyed in the Russian-Austrian-Ottoman wars and it has been robbed by the Ottomans.

In 1831, the sanctuary was restored for the first time and got a new look. In 1940, during a large earthquake, the church was badly damaged and subsequently closed.

Between 1952-1966, it was restored in its present form by the architect Eugene Chefneux. In addition to the special architecture, there can be seen a collection of ancient icons.

Less than 500 meters away there are three more Christian architectural monuments: the churches of St. Nicholas (the only church in Romania, where an ecumenical Patriarch served), the Mavramol church and the Metoc monastery (Holy Archangels).

The Museum of Natural SciencesAt the south-western end of the promenade, in a natural “groove” of two hills, we can discover the Museum of Natural Science. The complex has an incredible botanical garden, with thousands of varieties of plants (including protected exotic plants), an ‘amazing aquarium with 800 fish of 68 different species, an astronomic observatory (the most modern in the country), a sensorial garden and much more; everything is spread over an area of over 14 hectares. The visiting program is from 10:00 to 18:00 (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday), respectively, from 10.00 to 20.00 (Saturday and Sunday), and the cost is modest: 6 lei per person.

The Television TowerOn a promontory with a breathtaking view of the southern part of the city, in the “Danube area”, it can be reached a modern engineering masterpiece: the television tower. Almost 100 meters high, it dominates the town and offers a stunning view of the Danube and the mountains of Dobrogea.
Construction was completed in 1978, and at the top there is an excellent restaurant. You can go at the top only by taking the elevator that it costs 5 lei per person; children up to 7 years have free acces. The ferry to Tulcea is 500 meters away.

Gârboavele Forest – With an area of ​​230 hectares, the Gârboavele forest is located about eight kilometers (north) of Galati, near the intersection DN24D and DN26. It is a protected natural area, with many wild areas and wildlife, but it also includes several leisure objectives: mountain biking and cross country trails, places for barbecue and relax. To Gârboavele there are four tourist complexes, offering restaurants, swimming pools, football and tennis. Here you can visit the Village Museum, which includes traditional houses of a century ago from Corod, Măstăcani, Cavadinesti and Cahul. The ticket costs 3 lei and the museum can be visited on weekends from 10.00 to 17.00. Children have free access. In the forest there is also a zoo, recently updated to latest standards. Caregivers take care of more than 30 species of mammals, including lions, tigers, bears, wolves and monkeys, but employees also have in their care various species of birds.

The troop of TuluceştiJust two kilometers away from Garboavele forest is the Tuluceşti troop, the only one in Romania which grows thoroughbred Ghidran horses. An hour of riding costs 40 lei and can be carried out between 8.30 and 16.30, but reservations should be made the day before.

The Buciumeni Forest – Located in the north of Galati county, close to the borders with the counties of Bacau and Vaslui, Buciumeni Forest is a wonderful place. Occupying over 800 hectares, it is one of the most beautiful beech groves in the hills, with centuries-old specimens. In the heart of the forest lies the Buciumeni Monastery, which dates back nearly six centuries ago (attested in 1430), a place of pilgrimage and worship that between 1950 and 1990 has been transformed by the communists in a cattle farm of a camping for children. Nearby there are several famous wineries and vineyards (in Nicoreşti area), but also an archaeological site with evidence dating back to the Neolithic (Glade).

The Roman campLocated just one kilometer from Galati (DN 25 Galati-Tecuci) the archaeological site Barbosi Tirighina is a monument of national and international value. The excavations in the years 1959-1962 have brought to light the Roman camp, built on the site where there was originally a Dacian fortress, fortified with a bastion. The archaeological complex covers 10 hectares and includes two Roman necropolis, three amphorae deposits and the first tomb of a Christian Dacian-roman, Innocens. Some coins have been discovered on the fortress territory , from the period of the reign of Trajan, Antoninus Pius and Philip the Arab.

Cuza’s House – The “Casa Cuza Voda” museum is organized in the old house of the family of Prince Alexandru Ioan Cuza, in a building built in the early decades of the nineteenth century. It shows furniture of the most iconic styles of the time, decorative pieces of apparel and clothing accessories, the documents relating to the Al. I. Cuza reforming policy, weapons and firearms, medals and many other interesting things. The Cuza museum has, among others, a vintage car worth a million dollars.

The History MuseumAt the History Museum on 25 Domneasca Street, you can visit the exhibitions “Galatians archaeological Sequences” and “Memories of Romanian Air Force.” In the first exhibition, the public can admire photographs and can learn about two of the most important archaeological sites in Galati, Tirighina and Negrilesti. The price of a ticket for adults is 4 lei, and for children and students is 1 leu.


  • Acquarello Restaurant – Mediterranean cuisine, 25 Nicolae Bălcescu street , Tel. 0723 233 353

  • Blue Acqua Restaurant – Seafood restaurant, located on the Upper Danube promenade, Tel. 0755 070 093

  • Restaurant Gossip Caffé – 100 Domneasca street Tel. 0755532908

  • Trattoria Rigoletto – Italian restaurant, 62 Nicolae Balcescu street, Tel. 0756 037 104

  • Outlawry Cellar Restaurant – Traditional restaurant – 1 Gh. Asachi street, Tel. 0734 225011

  • Restaurant La Cosoreanu – 28-30 N. Bălcescu street Tel. 0236 411791

  • Gafino Restaurant – 125 Saturn Street, Tel. 0745 084 880

  • Restaurant Ixelles – Belgian restaurant – Horia c/c Closca street, Galati, Tel. 0758 358 358

  • Two Dragons Restaurant – chinese, 2B Traian street, Tel. 0236 463 874

Bars and clubs

  • C House Lounge Cafè, 1 Melody Street – Luxurious, shiny, charming

  • Daily Pub – for live rock music and friendly atmosphere – 19 Iancu Fotea Maior street, City Center – Eminescu Park

  • Summer Time – Danube promenade, Tel. 0747111504

  • Union Jack – pub, club, restaurant – 1 Roşiori street Tel. 0336401800 0757888691

  • Fratelli Club Galati – 9 Calea Prutului, Tel. 0737.110.099

  • New York Pub – 98 Domneasca Street, Tel. 0752 111 623

  • Harem Night Club – City Center, 6 Lahovary street, Tel. 0742 469 570, 0336 109 111

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