The entire CNDR participated in the Capital Region’s Psychiatric Research Day 2019, where you could hear different presentations about research within schizophrenia, depression, eating disorder and many more. In addition, several PhD students held a presentation about posters that they had made in connection with their PhD. studies. The whole day was completed with the distribution of different research prizes.
PhD student doctor Krzysztof Gbyl held a presentation on the preliminary results of his PhD project: Effect of electroconvulsive therapy on cortical thickness in patients with depression - a longitudinal MRi study.
He did it so well that he won the 2nd prize for best presentation and the Audience Award, where he got 40% of the audience's votes.
|Research assistant and psychologist Didde Bjørnshauge participated in the poserwalken with a poster over her article on ECT practice in the Kingdom of Denmark: ECT practice in the Kingdom of Denmark: A nationwide Register- and Questionnaire - based Study. |
In addition, Professor Poul Videbech was judge at the presentation session.
If you are interested in reading more about RHP's research day 2019, then you can read more here