1.1 Closing beds
1.2 Competing forces pro and contra deinstitutionalization
1.3 Crisis services in the community
1.4 Innovative practices in housing services
1.5 Human rights

2_Outpatient care
2.1 Treatment and care in the community: FACT, ACT, CMHT, other models
2.2 Assertive outreach as an intervention
2.3 Dealing with complexity: co-morbidity, intellectual disability, somatic diseases, addiction
2.4 Specialty services versus general services
2.5 Gender issues
2.6 Precision Medicine and personalised care
2.7 Innovative psychological and biological treatments
2.8 Trauma informed care

3.1 Working with lived experience
3.2 Working with peer experts
3.3 The interaction among different forms of recovery (personal, clinical, functional)
3.4 The patient journey
3.5 Patients in the lead: shared decision making
3.6 Involving significant others in treatment
3.7 Peer supported open dialogue
3.8 Autonomy / self-management

4_Digital Psychiatry
4.1 Internet based interventions
4.2 Telemental health
4.3 Use of big data
4.4 Virtual reality
4.5 Artificial intelligence

5_Child & Adolescent psychiatry in community care
5.1 Working with families
5.2 C&A services in the community, outreach, working with schools
5.3 Continuity of care in a life course perspective

6_Community care evaluation
6.1 Quality assessment
6.2 Quality assurance
6.3 Assessment of outcome, needs, costs
6.4 Assessment of antistigma actions
6.5 Guidelines vs. clinical experience

7.1 Early detection in mental disorders
7.2 Prevention of severe mental illness / chronicity
7.3 Innovative initiatives - Head spaces “@ease’’, etc.
7.4 Use of biomarkers

8_Integrated care and Collaboration between mental health and other services
8.1 Social recovery
8.2 IPS (school and work)
8.3 Tolerance of society for different behaviours
8.4 Collaboration with the informal network
8.5 Working with social services
8.6 Working with migrant populations
8.7 Working with the elderly
8.8 Working with forensic patients and the criminal justice system