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Dear colleagues,

It's a great pleasure to invite you to the REVIEW IN PSYCHIATRY 2022, which will take place in Thessaloniki Greece on March 4 - 5, 2022 with special focus on CONSPIRACY THEORIES AND HEALTH BEHAVIORS .

With the COVID-19 pandemic coming slowly at its end, and with all the devastation and challenges it produced, we are organizing this congress in order to discuss and elaborate on an important issue that caused important problems in the efforts to contain and control the COVID-19 outbreak and acted as obstacle in the vaccination efforts. Conspiracy theories are not new, they probably exist since the antiquity, however it is the first time we experience such an impact by them and it is the first time we see clearly their wide spread in the population regardless of sex, race, religion or education level. Being able to solve this riddle will provide valuable knowledge and tools to fight both the current epidemic as well as future crises the humanity will probably face.

Apart from this specific goal, the REVIEW IN PSYCHIATRY 2022 aims to cover the complete field of Psychiatry and to be valuable for the clinicians who fight daily in the front line for the treatment of real-world patients, by providing a global and comprehensive update of the newest developments in Psychiatry and the allied sciences in a manner, which will be both focused and enriched.

As pointed out in all our recent meetings, congresses and webinars, during these difficult circumstances for the world, advanced education and training is the only way to the future. Novel and advanced technologies and approaches are emerging. Teaching clinical usefulness and application of new knowledge and informed treatment with psychopharmacological agents in a truly multidisciplinary approach will be the central axis of the meeting and although the congress will embrace high tech research concerning psychopathology, new treatment methods, genetics and molecular biology, it also aims on putting the emphasis on the human factor, both the therapist and the patient.

Apart from the humanistic tradition of Psychiatry and life sciences, the continuous and unconditional investment on the high level training of professionals and education of patients and their families, emerged as a significant challenge during the last few decades. Medical scientists and public health policy makers are increasingly concerned that the scientific discoveries are failing to be translated efficiently into tangible human benefit. Today, in an all the more complex and technologically advanced environment, the human factor emerges again as the most valuable one

As hosts and organizers, we shall spare no effort in making your participation scientifically rewarding and meaningful.

Konstantinos N. Fountoulakis
Professor of Psychiatry, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Chair of the Scientific Faculty

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