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Violence and digital

Violence et digital

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Published on Tuesday, October 04, 2022

Abstract

We have just undergone a health crisis of rare proportions and the violence of the war in Europe is engulfing us on a daily basis. How do we cope with such brutality? How can we overcome difficult events of this type? How can children and adolescents cope with such threats on the psychological level? What is the impact on health in general? And last but not least, what kind of treatment is needed? How can we respond to the massive increase in suicide attempts that we are currently witnessing? How should suffering be assessed? What innovative forms of care can occupational physicians, psychiatrists or psychologists offer? Online therapies seem to have undeniable advantages for some patients but what effect does this have on a patient's relationship with a therapist? Is digital technology more of an obstacle to or conversely a catalyst for that therapeutic relationship?

Announcement

Argument

This Congress will be on the theme of Violence and the Digital Sphere with a focus on E-therapy and E-medicine. It is not a coincidence that the Empathy association from Nancy and the Univer- sité de Lorraine chose this theme for his first congress on online medicine and consultations. For in fact two professors from Nancy’s university of medicine - the paediatrician Louis Caussade and the forensic pathologist Pierre Parisot - presented the first report into child abuse in the National Congress of Forensic Medecine and Criminology in 1929. However, the expected alert effect only came about thirty years later when Dr Michel Manciaux, a paediatrician from Nancy took up this work to warn the scientist community about child abuse, publishing a little later his famous book

L'Enfant Maltraité (1982) in collaboration with Pierre Strauss. All this work led to the creation of the well known French Association for Information and Research on Child Abuse, (AFIREM). In the 1970s, Simone Veil, the then Minister of Health, and her friend Michel Soulé, a child psy- chiatrist, launched 'Opération Pouponnières' to humanise care for toddlers thus providing support for health professionals who still pay a warm tribute to Mme Veil to this day.

Thus, gradual scientific advances and political decisions have led to the conclusion that good care is the only remedy recognised as being truly effective against violence. This is understood as "a hu- manistic approach which is respectful of the people we have to take care of, whatever their age, condition, social status and problems" (Manciaux, 2015). Good care is an integral part of a profes- sional and social ethic and helps develop resilience in people who are suffering (ibidem).

Currently there is still great concern about attacks on the most vulnerable, the elderly and the most disadvantaged, violence against women, harassment in the workplace, virtual but terribly real cruel- ty on social networks (Cyrulnik, 2015), attacks in the public space, a whole group of serious events that raise profound ethical and therapeutic questions which this international congress will be dedi- cated to studying.

We have just undergone a health crisis of rare proportions and the violence of the war in Europe is engulfing us on a daily basis. How do we cope with such brutality? How can we overcome difficult events of this type? How can children and adolescents cope with such threats on the psychological level? What is the impact on health in general? And last but not least, what kind of treatment is needed? How can we respond to the massive increase in suicide attempts that we are currently witnessing? How should suffering be assessed? What innovative forms of care can occupational physicians, psychiatrists or psychologists offer? Online therapies seem to have undeniable advantages for some patients (Eichenberg et al., 2021) but what effect does this have on a patient's relationship with a therapiist? Is digital technology more of an obstacle to or conversely a catalyst for that therapeutic relationship?

Lise Haddouk will be the guest of honour surrounded by a group of experts who will all share ideas that should enable everyone concerned by e-therapies to understand their benefits, risks and the is- sues for the future during these two days.

Submission guidelines

Communication could be in English or in French 

Oral communication

Oral communication in 20 minutes and then 10 minutes for questions

Deadline for sending proposals (350 words maximum) : 15 october, 2022

Participants will be informed of the decision of the scientific committee on October 30th 2022.

Submit communication proposals to this email address congres.violenceetdigital@gmail.com with the attached form.

Communication displayed

Posters must respect the following characteristics

  • Format: A0 (841 x 1189 cm) -Portrait orientation
  • Font and colors: free. Mandatory elements: surname, first name of the author, institution or laboratory and university of attachment (name + logo), bibliographical summary
  • A specific time during the congress will be devoted to posters, their authors will have the opportunity to make a brief presentation
  • Last Name, First name of the author(s), discipline, institution, university, related laboratory, email, telephone number.
  • Abstract or description of the poster: between 350 and 500 words (excluding name, title, keywords and bibliography) Bibliographic references (4 maximum)
  • Formating: Times New Roman font, size 12, line spacing 1.5 (Word.doc file required, titled according to the following model: Nature of the communication (poster or oral communication)
  • Short biography: 100 words maximum

Submit proposals for papers and the form to the following address: congres.violenceetdigital@gmail.com

Scientific committee

  • Martine Batt, Pr, Psychologie, Interpsy, Université de Lorraine, France
  • Jane-Laure Danan, Dr, Sciences de la Vie, Interpsy, Université de Lorraine. Directrice de l’institut européen du thermalisme, Nancy, France
  • Carlos Galimberti, Pr, Psychologie, Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italie
  • Juan Gonzalez-Hernandez, Dr, MCF, Psychologie, Université de Grenade, Espagne
  • Lise Haddouk, Dr, MCF-HDR, Université de Rouen, France
  • Brahim Hammouche, Dr, Médecin, Psychiatre, Chef de pôle de psychiatrie adulte CHR Metz-Thionville
  • Gisèle Kany, Pr, Médecine interne, Interpsy, Université de Lorraine, France
  • Ceyda Kiyak, Dr, Psychologie, Postgraduate Researcher, Bournemouth University, Royaume-Uni
  • Jean-Yves Klos, Dr, Médecine, Médecin du travail, Nancy
  • Bernard Lachaux, Dr, Psychiatre, Chef de pôle en psychiatrie, UMD Villejuif, France
  • Romain Lebreuilly, Dr, MCF, Psychologie, Interpsy, Université de Lorraine, France
  • Marie Ngo Nkana, Dr, Psychologie, Post-doctorante, SULISOM, Université de Strasbourg, France
  • Cécile Prudent, Dr, Psychologie, Private Practice, France
  • Bruno Py, Pr, Droit privé et Sciences Criminelles, Institut François Gény, Université de Lorraine, France
  • André Rossinot, Dr, Médecine, Maire honoraire de Nancy, Ancien Ministre, France
  • Cyril Tarquinio, Pr, Psychologie, Apemac, Université de Lorraine, France
  • Jean-Philippe Vauthier, Dr, MCF en Droit Privé et Droit de la Santé, UE MINE, Université de Guyane, France Outre-Mer
  • Frédéric Verhaegen, Dr., MCF, Psychologie, Interpsy, Université de Lorraine, France
  • Ilaria Virgine, Dr, Post-doctorante en psychologie,  Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italie

Places

  • Centre Prouvé 1, place de la République
    Nancy, France (54)

Event attendance modalities

Hybrid event (on site and online)


Date(s)

  • Saturday, October 15, 2022

Keywords

  • digital, violence, télémédecine, téléconsultations, droit, virtuel

Contact(s)

  • CÉCILE PRUDENT
    courriel : cecile [dot] prudent [at] gmail [dot] com

Information source

  • CÉCILE PRUDENT
    courriel : cecile [dot] prudent [at] gmail [dot] com

License

CC0-1.0 This announcement is licensed under the terms of Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal.

To cite this announcement

« Violence and digital », Call for papers, Calenda, Published on Tuesday, October 04, 2022, https://doi.org/10.58079/19m9

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