Dear Colleagues,

the 46th Congress of Polish Psychiatrists, held once again in Szczecin between 18 and 20 June 2020, is fast approaching. This time around, its tagline will be "Psychiatry in transition".

2020 is also the year the Polish Psychiatric Association celebrates its 100th anniversary.

We hope it to be a breakthrough, especially due to the necessity to face various major challenges, related to, among others:

  • structural changes in psychiatric health care and absence of specialized medical personnel,
  • difficulties in adjusting education programs to new models and paradigms,
  • new social phenomena and related social crises, eg. mass migration, intercultural problems or problematic use of the Internet
  • limited funding allocated to research in psychiatry and clinical psychiatry.

The Congress will take place on the Academic Campus of the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Szczecin, the atmosphere of which will be conducive to our deliberations.

The conventions of the Polish Psychiatric Association are a beautiful combination of science and clinical practice. We therefore hope that the subjects of lectures, workshops and meetings of the 46th Congress of Polish Psychiatrists will meet your expectations, contribute to professional development and stay in your memories for a long time to come, not only due to the substantive level of the meeting, but also thanks to the ambience of the city of Szczecin, whose squares reflect the pattern of the Orion constellation, the smell of chocolate hovers over the Odra boulevards, located in the city center is the most beautiful building in Europe - the Szczecin Philharmonic, and in its close vicinity, around the Dialogue Center Upheavals, in Solidarności Square, extends the best public space. Once in Szczecin, it is also worth to visit and stroll around the beautiful park alleys of Jasne Błonia.

So, dear Colleagues,

we would like to cordially invite you to participate in the 46th Congress of Polish Psychiatrists in Szczecin, one of the most dynamically developing agglomerations in Poland.


Professor Jerzy Samochowiec


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  • The Congress will take place on June 18-20, 2020.

Faculty of Humanities of the University of Szczecin,
71-79 Krakowska Street, Szczecin

  • psychiatrists,
  • psychologists,
  • medical students,
  • psychotherapists, occupational therapists, community therapists,
  • psychiatric nurses,
  • social workers
  • December 31, 2019 - abstract submission deadline (oral presentations, posters)
  • December 31, 2019 - early registration deadline
  • April 30, 2020 - late registration deadline

To register and submit your paper, visit:


Szczecin Branch of the Polish Psychiatric Association


Prof. dr hab. n. med. Jerzy Samochowiec
Department of Psychiatry, Pomeranian Medical University
26 Broniewskiego Street, 71-460 Szczecin,,
tel 91 454 15 07, fax 91 454 07 33

Fees for participants

  to 31.12.2019 from 1.01.2020 at the Congress
PTP members   700 PLN  800 PLN 900 PLN  
Psychologist, therapist  400 PLN 500 PLN 600 PLN
Students, accompanying per.  200 PLN 300 PLN 400 PLN
Nurses, paramedics med.  300 PLN 400 PLN 500 PLN
Other participants  850 PLN 1000 PLN 1200 PLN

The Congress lecturers, the Session Leader and the PTP Main Board are exempt from the Congress fee

Net amounts - no tax VAT 23%



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ul. Krakowska 71-79, Szczecin



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