Snekkersten 2021

Who Benefits from ECT?

Contemporary Use and Practice of ECT 

Comwell Borupgaard, Denmark

13-15 October 2021



The ECT Consultation: Determining Appropriateness for ECT – Charles Kellner (virtual lecture)

ECT for Melancholia, Psychotic Depression and TRD: Effect on the Brain? – Poul Videbech

Catatonia – Martin B Jörgensen

Schizophrenia – Georgios Petrides (virtual lecture)

Acute Organic Delirium – Martin B Jörgensen

Relapse After Abrupt Discontinuation of M-ECT: Lessons Learned from COVID-19 – Simon Lambrichts

ECT for PTSD – Chittaranjan Andrade (virtual lecture)

ECT for OCD – Pascal Sienaert

Role of ECT in the Treatment of Autoimmune Encephalitis and Catatonia – Georgios Petrides (virtual lecture)

ECT for Less-than-Very-Severe Depression: is it Appropriate? – Charles Kellner (virtual lecture)

ECT for Refractory Status Epilepticus – Margus Lõokene

ECT for Behavioral Disturbances in Dementia – Harm-Pieter Spaans

Ketamine – Hype or Hope? – Pouya Movahed

Making a Difference – Case Reports from a Lifetime of ECT – Håkan Odeberg

Alternative Approaches in Neuromodulation – Kaija Järventausta