11th European Conference on Tourette Syndrome & Tic Disorders
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This year, both posters and oral presentations will be made available to the audience in digital format only.
The authors may submit their abstracts by 1 September 2021. They will be notified by 5 September 2021 regarding the format of their presentation, e-poster (+ optional audio file) or oral presentation-, and will have to send their material by 15 September 2021.
You will find below a digital version of the posters presented during the 2 poster rounds, –Friday 10 & Saturday 11 June–, as well as posters that were submitted by authors assigned an oral presentation (titles sorted in alphabetical order).
For more information on "Best of" voting, please click here, or scan the designated QR code on your badge.
*Kindly note that by the time the poster rounds begin, we might not have received ePosters from all presenting authors.
From poster rounds:
From oral presentations:
Workshop in French
"Tic treatment – Learn how to become a tic therapist or enhance your skills."
Workshop in English for beginner participants.
"Exciting advances in Group treatment for Tics and Tourette syndrome."
Workshop in English for advanced participants.
"Functional, Tourette-like behaviours; an evolving landscape"
Jana and Natalia, you are coming to Lausanne next year!
If you were unable to attend, or would simply like to ... 📺 binge-watch these great presentations again..
The majority of the session recordings are now available and will remain online for at least 3 months after the completion of the Conference.
A loud 📢 thank you to all the authors who shared with us their hard work and exceeded our conservative expectations of abstract submissions this virtual year!
You will find below a comprehensive list of the Conference ePosters (titles in alphabetical order).
Click on each block to access the files along with the supporting material (videos & articles) that some of the authors have provided.
Efficacy of a Resource Activation Treatment in Children with Chronic Tic Disorders – A Within-Subject Analysis
Attention and inhibition in Tourette’s Syndrome
Juan Carlos Baldermann
Stimulation-dependent functional connectivity of effective deep brain stimulation for Tourette Syndrome
Anne Gersdorff Korsgaard
Clinical and cost-effectiveness of Internet-delivered behaviour therapy for children and adolescents with Tourette syndrome: Protocol for a single-blind randomised controlled trial in Sweden
Genome-wide association study of Tourette investigates the genetic determinants of Tourette and implicates neuronal and synaptic processes
Alexithymia and interoception in children with Tourette syndrome: A clinical audit
YGTSS: A critical look at the psychometric quality of the gold standard based on EMTICS data
ABX-1431, A First-in-Class Endocannabinoid Modulator, Improves Tics in Adult Patients with Tourette Syndrome
ESSTS Patient Groups: The whole is greater than the sum of its parts
“Tic Attacks” in Tourette Syndrome
Yarisa Nicola PIRIS
Sexuality and Tourette Syndrome: The impact of sexual self-esteem on sexual practices. Pilot study.
A case study of a child with complex TS treated with intensive CBIT and close school liaison