Eahm2019 | Wednesday 11/09/19

28th Congress of the European Association for hospital managers

PROGRAM

Innovative Healthcare Strategies

6 themes - 6 hospitals - networking

PRE KICK-OFF EVENT

1PM-5PM

OPTION 1

GHENT UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL





1:30PM:
Presentation by

Prof. Dr. Eric Mortier

CEO Ghent University Hospital
Innovation and warm care hand in hand


2:00PM:

Guided tour (2x 30 minutes)
Visit of the Genetics & research center
Visit of the Children’s hospital Princess Elisabeth – third-line care
Elisabeth - third-line care



3:00PM:

End of the visit & shuttle service to Orsi Academy



ORSI ACADEMY


3:30PM:
Arrival Orsi Academy + welcome coffee
3:45PM:
Presentation by Mr Korneel Vandenbroucke
4:45PM:
Start guided tour
5:45PM:
Departure to Meet & Greet center

1PM-5PM

OPTION 2

FORENSIC PSYCHIATRIC CENTER GHENT





1:30PM: Arrival + security control
2:00PM:
Welcome coffee
2:15PM-3:00PM:
Presentation on the FPC
3:00PM-4:00PM:
Guided tour in groups of 15 people
4:00PM-4:30PM:
Q&A
5:00PM:
Departure to Meet & Greet center


The forensic psychiatric center in Ghent is the first high security facility in Belgium to provide customized care to internees in a clinical setting. FPC Ghent is concerned with people who, on the one hand, have a psychiatric problem and, on the other hand, committed an offense and have to deal with the consequences. The treatment center offers customized care in a clinical setting to internees with a psychiatric disorder or a mental disability. Risk management is central to the treatment. The aim is to prevent relapse in crime behavior and to re-socialize and reintegrate patients in a safe and responsible manner. In this way, FPC Ghent contributes to a safer society.



6PM - 8PM

Get together

Welcome by:
Mr.Danny Havenith
Congress Chair


EAHM Scientific commiteee
presentation of abstracts: 20 competitors, one minute presentation and display of their 'poster'
Chair: Mr. Alexandre Lourenço
Member of the EAHM board

6PM - 9PM

Shuttle service

From the Meet & Greet Center to Ghent city centre