About ESCAP - Hosting organization
The European Society for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (ESCAP) evolved from the Union of European Paedopsychiatrists (UEP) which had its first meeting in October 1954 in Magglingen, Switzerland. At this meeting, Moritz Tramer (Switzerland) was elected President and Jakob Lutz (also Switzerland) managing president. Profs. Donner (Finland), Fontes (Portugal), Michaux (France), De Ruyter (Netherlands) and Sanctis (Italy) were elected vice-presidents. Dr Friedemann (Switzerland) was elected secretary-general.
The UEP held several conferences during the following years until its official foundation in September 1960 in Paris during the first congress of this organization which took place in Paris September 16th-19th 1960.
The organization changed its name twice: in 1982 into European Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and after the congress in Lausanne (1983) into European Society for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (ESCAP).
More information can be found on www.escap.eu
Organizing the ESCAP congress
Professor Andreas Karwautz video interview on organising the ESCAP Vienna 2019 event.
Why you should attend the ESCAP Congress
Just the ESCAP congress in itself is a good enough reason to come to Vienna, but here congress president Andreas Karwautz gives you even more reasons and what's on offer at the ESCAP Vienna 2019 congress.