LINF Grants 2015 (Maximum EURO 15,000):
LIvia Michaela Taran received a grant of EURO 17,000 to support a seminar on "The Role of the General Practioner in the Diagnosis with ratment of Psychiatric Disoders".
Gabriella Bondoc, ALIAT Romania received a grant of EURO 15,000 to partly support the educational project on "Commen Expertise Level in Addiction Medicine Training (CELMAT)". The project is co-sponsored by ALIAT.
Beatriz Garcia López received a grant of EURO 5,000 to support the project on "Towards a Better Diagnosis and Management of Grontal Lobe Epilepsy".
Sven Janno received a gran of EURO 13,000 to support the educational meeting on "News About DSM5".
LINF Grants 2014 (maximum EURO 25,000):
The LINF Board have approved the following grant applications:
Prof Norman Sartorius received a grant of EURO 20,000 to partly support the project on "Education about the management of depression in peopls with diabetes in China". The grant covers local training centre and accommodation for local participants and is co-sponsered by Association for the Improvement of Mental Health.
European Academy of Neurology received a grant of EURO 10,000 to partly support the "7th Regional Teaching Course in Sub-Saharan Africa". The project is co-sponsored by academic organisations.
Hannah Cock on behalf of European Academy of Neurology received a grant of EURO 8,000 to partly support the "EAN Spring School for Young Neurologists". The project is co-sponsored by European Academy of Neurology.
Prof Ian Paul Everall received a grant of EURO 25,000 to partly support "International Symposium and Training Workshop on Depression" in Myanmar. The project is co-sponsored by Myanmar Ministry of Mental Health, Myanmar Mental Health Association, University of Melbourne and St Vincent's Mental Health, Melbourne.
Prof Cyril Höschl receved a grant of EURO 7,425 to support the "International Seminar 2015: Leadership and Professional Skills in Psychiatry and Neurology".
Prof Dan Stein revceived a grant of EURO 25,000 to support a "Psychopharmacology Course in Africa". The project is co-sponsored by Harvard University and CINP who will provide one lecturer each.
Drs Hazlina Mahadzir, Alan Pok and Rizah Mazzuin received a grant of EURO 17,000 to support a seminar on "BPSD: What Clinicians Shoudl Know" in Malaysia