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Recorded Webcasts

Editions 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017 & 2016

Now available the recorded webcasts of the 26th edition (April 2019), 25th edition (2018), 24th edition (2017) and 23rd edition (2016).

The four webcasts -2019, 2018, 2017 and 2016- provide a total of 45 hours of videos from 60 speakers. They are video streaming in high definition (HD) and audios in English (also translated in Spanish if you need to).


  • HD videos of speakers and slides.
  • Audio in English, and also in Spanish (simultaneous interpretation). Audio language can be switched at any time.
  • All recorded webcasts will be available until December 30th, 2020.

Registration & Access

Click to watch the recorded webcasts or to create a new registration:


Scientific Programme 2019

Recorded webcast 2019 Symposium Controversies Psychiatry Barcelona
View 2019 programme

  • Borwin Bandelow (Germany)
  • Michael Bauer (Germany)
  • Catherine Belzung (France)
  • German Berrios (United Kingdom)
  • Christoph Correll (Germany/USA)
  • Sara Evans-Lacko (United Kingdom)
  • Oliver Howes (United Kingdom)
  • Eileen Joyce (United Kingdom)
  • John Kane (USA)
  • Colleen Loo (Australia)
  • Sanjay Mathew (USA)
  • Herbert Meltzer (USA)
  • Gitte Moos Knudsen (Denmark)
  • Carmine Pariante (United Kingdom)
  • Michael Thase (USA)
  • Eduard Vieta (Spain)

Scientific Programme 2018

Recorded webcast 2018 Symposium Controversies Psychiatry Barcelona
View 2018 programme

  • Michael Berk (Australia)
  • German Berrios (United Kingdom)
  • Christoph Correll (USA)
  • David Fowler (United Kingdom)
  • Guy Goodwin (United Kingdom)
  • Catherine Harmer (United Kingdom)
  • Thomas Insel (USA)
  • Michael Marmot (United Kingdom)
  • Robin Murray (United Kingdom)
  • Brenda Penninx (Netherlands)
  • Art Petronis (Canada)
  • Anita Riecher-Rösler (Switzerland)
  • Dan Stein (South Africa)
  • Jim van Os (Netherlands)
  • Eduard Vieta (Spain)
  • Alison Yung (United Kingdom)

Scientific Programme 2017

Recorded webcast 2017 Symposium Controversies Psychiatry Barcelona
View 2017 programme

  • Richard Bentall (United Kingdom)
  • German E. Berrios (United Kingdom)
  • Nick Craddock (United Kingdom)
  • Benedicto Crespo-Facorro (Spain)
  • Pim Cuijpers (Netherlands)
  • Damiaan Denys (Netherlands)
  • Wolfgang Fleischhacker (Austria)
  • Thomas Fuchs (Germany)
  • Mario Maj (Italy)
  • Peter McGuffin (United Kingdom)
  • David C Mohr (USA)
  • Jerrold F. Rosenbaum (USA)
  • Simon Wessely (United Kingdom)
  • Lex Wunderink (Netherlands)

Scientific Programme 2016

Recorded webcast 2016 Symposium Controversies Psychiatry Barcelona
View 2016 programme

  • Anthony Bateman (United Kingdom)
  • German E. Berrios (United Kingdom)
  • Lucile Capuron (France)
  • Jeremy Coid (United Kingdom)
  • Christoph Correll (USA)
  • Allen Frances (USA)
  • Elizabeth Kuipers (United Kingdom)
  • Ulrich Hegerl (Germany)
  • Raymond Lam (Canada)
  • Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg (Germany)
  • John O'Brien (United Kingdom)
  • Jim van Os (Netherlands)
  • Eduard Vieta (Spain)

Sample talk

  • Prof. Guy Goodwin, University of Oxford, UK.
  • Title: "Cognitive symptoms as a target for treatment of depression"
  • April 21st, 2018 at the 25 edition.
  • Prof. Goodwin's bio, the abstract, and some downloadable references are available at: BIO & ABSTRACT

Discounts for large groups

We offer special rates to certain groups of professionals. If you belong to any of them we recommend you visit the appropriate section.

  • Societies Program: for societies, associations and professional colleges.
  • Universities Program: for professors, researchers and students.
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