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Psychosomatic Medicine and Psycho-Oncology Alliance is the result of more than a decade of joint scientific activity between the Department of Psychosomatic and Psychotherapy of the University of Freiburg, Isfahan University of Medical Sciences and the Institute of Danesh-e-Tandorosti. Holding 5 international conferences, various training courses in Iran and Germany in the form of summer schools, post-doctoral psychosomatic courses with a joint degree between Iran and Germany and the approval of three training projects with the German Academic Exchange Institute (DAAD) are the most important achievements of this alliance.
The latest project approved by DAAD was to develop a Psycho-Oncologic educational curriculum in Iran that continues from 2019 to 2022 and was approved in collaboration with Ala Cancer Prevention and Control Center (Macsa), which is the largest NGO active in the field of supportive and palliative care in Iran.
The first step was “International Conference and Symposium on Psycho-Oncology” which held on 7-9th July 2019 in Isfahan University of Medical Sciences. The second step is “International Short-term Psycho-oncology Course” which is steel ongoing. Due to pandemic conditions, it was not possible to hold classes in person. However, the organizers did not give up and launched this course with the presence of more than twenty participants and several international instructors by utilizing an online platform and using new virtual methods.Read more about Iran and Germany Hold an International Short-term Psycho-Oncology Course
From December 2019, when the outbreak of a new Corona Virus was first identified in Wuhan, China, until March 2020, when the World Health Organization declared the outbreak a pandemic, COVID-19 required less than 4 months to rush the world and occupy human being. Millions of people are still suffering from this disease or are involved with it.
During these months the caregivers, including physicians, nurses and other staff have shouldered so much mental and physical burdens, whereas they were supposed to serve the patients and there was no effort to support themselves. Unfortunately, national health services have not care enough to support their personals, especially for psychosocial issues and among developing countries.
Healer Healing is an international online program aimed at finding a way to reduce healer’s distress; improving empathy, compassion and relational skills; focusing on mental health, especially avoiding Major Depressive Disorder and suicide; improving decision making and reasoning skills and prioritizing emphasis on communication capabilities over medical techniques; planning for a long-term schedule to come in the face of possible future other crises; providing more options for receiving psychosocial services; using online services instead of limited local ones; benefiting from more and more capable professionals; and improving self-care skills.
Currently, a specialized team is working on the content and structure of this project and, to be more precise, its infrastructure. Several focus group sessions have been held with the aim of need assessment with the participation of international experts, and it is hoped that this program will be able to start working in the spring of 2021.Read more about Healer Healing: an Innovative and Responsible International Program
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A memorandum of cooperation was written between Isfahan University of Medical Sciences and Albert Ludwigs University of Freiburg in 2008. This gave rise the agreement of cooperation between Jakob von UexkÃ¼ll Centre from Psychosomatic Department of Albert Ludwigs University of Freiburg, Danesh-e Tandorosti Institute, and Psychosomatic Research Center of Isfahan University of Medical Sciences in 2009. From then, 13 educational workshops were held in Isfahan, Iran, three summer schools in Freiburg, Germany, and one course in Isfahan. In line with these activities, some researchers participated in the programs have conducted some shared projects by the two universities. Some researchers were also sent to Freiburg for the research stay. The costs for all summer schools were provided by DAAD.
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2018-04-11On April 10, 2018, "Somatoform Disorders" seminar was held in Noor Hospital, Isfahan, Iran. The holders of the seminar hosted Professor Dr. Lahman, Professor Dr. Scheidt, Professor Dr. Afshar, and Dr. Goli who shared latest views on biomedical, psychotherapeutic, and transcultural approaches in treating somatoform disorders. Read more about One day "Somatoform Disorders" seminar in Isfahan, Iran
The seminar titled "Modern Technologies in Treatment of Cancer and Psycho-oncology" was held in Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, Iran, on April 9, 2018 with the presence of professors from Germany and Iran universities.
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"The 4thÂ International Congress on Psychosomatic Medicine: Psychosomatic Basic Care and Family Medicine" was held by Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, Danesh-e Tandorosti Institute, Psychosomatic medicine and Psychotherapy department of Albert Ludwigs University of Freiburg, and International Journal of Body, Mind, and culture in Isfahan, Iran, on November 15-17, 2017.
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Danesh-e Tandorosti Institute used to publish an interdisciplinary journal on health and medicine titled "Salamat-e Bartar [Higher Health]" from 2002 to 2007. This journal was the first interdisciplinary journal on health which was published in Farsi.
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2018-01-01From the year 2018, theÂ International Journal of Body, Mind and Culture will be published in quarterly volumes. Read more about Journal Frequency
In 2014, in a session in the course of the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD) project, "Globalization and Mental Health", by the presence of Michael Wirsching, Farzad Goli, Carl Eduard Scheidt, and Hamid Afshar, it was decided to release a journal for psychosomatic studies, especially interdisciplinary and cross-cultural ones, and also theoretical studies in the medical philosophy. This led to the establishment of the International Journal of Body, Mind, and Culture (IJBMC), and an international eligible editorial board. The first issue of International Journal was released in 2015.Read more about About the Journal
2017-10-294th international congress on psychosomatic medicine on November, 15-17, 2017 in Isfahan University of Medical Sciences Read more about 4TH International Congress on Psychosomatic Medicine