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25th European Congress of Psychiatry / European Psychiatry 41S (2017) S170–S237



The activities developed are: administrative actions;

institutional strengthening for social inclusion initiative through

work; and the Carnival Block organization.


This study work on constituting a social inclusion ini-

tiative through workshop that generate employment, e.g.: sale

material production, financial management, material replacement.

Although we do all the preparative to the Carnival Block–“Loucura



The relationship with the psychiatric patients shows

that social inclusion through carnival workshop practice is the

primary means for the identity of people suffering from mental

disorders and contribute to reduce community social stigma.

Disclosure of interest

The authors have not supplied their decla-

ration of competing interest.


Differences in baseline demographics,

presentation, pathways to care and

duration of untreated psychosis (DUP)

in the ethnically diverse population of

Lancashire, UK

V. Damle

1 ,

, D.N. Husain



Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust, Psychiatry, Bolton, United



Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust, Psychaitry, Manchester,

United Kingdom

Corresponding author.


DUP is the time from the emergence of first psy-

chotic symptom to the commencement of adequate antipsychotic

treatment. Psychopathological and sociocultural factors influence

patient’s treatment seeking behavior. Better understanding of DUP

could help in development of improved therapeutic strategies and

public health initiatives. Emphasis on early detection of psychosis

and reduction of DUP has led to a huge interest in pathways to care.


To understand the differences in baseline demograph-

ics, presentation, care-pathways and DUP in ethnically diverse

population of Lancashire, UK.


Our cross-sectional study involved a subset analysis of

National EDEN data for Blackburn and Preston in Lancashire.


Of the 183 patients, 78% were Whites and rest belonged

to BME population. Median DUP was 188 days. Whites were sig-

nificantly younger at onset of both non-specific symptoms and

psychosis and at acceptance into EIS. Whites were significantly less

likely than non-whites to bemarried, more likely to be in paidwork

and to have used illicit drugs. There were no significant differences

with respect to other demographics/delays in help seeking or DUP.

Non-White group had shorter DUP of 95 days (but not statistically



= 0.060).


Better understanding of mental illness and local ser-

vices inWhite patients could have led to early help seeking. Having

a supportive familymay have promoted early help seeking and thus

shorter DUP in BME group. Further studies are needed exploring

socioenvironmental variables, substance misuse and knowledge

of local psychiatric services amongst the BME population and the

influence of these variables on DUP.

Disclosure of interest

The authors have not supplied their decla-

ration of competing interest.

e-poster walk: Consultation liaison psychiatry and

psychosomatics–Part 1


Somatoform symptoms’ influence on

the rubber hand illusion: Additional


O. Perepelkina

, G. Arina , M. Boboleva , V. Nikolaeva

Lomonosov Moscow State University, Department of psychology,

Moscow, Russia

Corresponding author.


In the rubber hand illusion (RHI)

[1] , s

ense of body

ownership is changed by synchronous touches to the hidden par-

ticipant’s hand and a visible rubber hand. It was previously shown

[2] th

at medically unexplained symptoms were associatedwith the

weaker RHI (


= 40).


We used data from our previous research

[3] a

nd sup-

plementary questionnaires to test the hypothesis that somatoform

symptoms would be associatedwith the decreased response to RHI.


Subjects (


= 78) voluntarily undergo the following pro-

cedures: RHI experiment withmeasurement of proprioceptive drift

and self-reports, Screening for Somatoform Disorders (SOMS-2)

and Symptom Check List-90-Revised (the “somatization scale”).


Robust regression was used to evaluate predictors influ-

ence: Drift/Self-reports

SOMS-2 + somatization. SOMS-2 was a

significant predictor for proprioceptive drift with positive coef-

ficient (


< 0.05, adjusted), both predictors were insignificant for



Thus, the results of

[2] w

ere not reproduced. We

demonstrated on the larger sample, that the higher somatoform

symptoms (scores of SOMS-2) predicted the stronger RHI. Since

our research and

[2] h

ad been conducted on non-clinical groups,

it is necessary to conduct the critical experiment on the clinical


The reported study was funded by RFBR according to the research

project No.16-36-00394.

Disclosure of interest

The authors have not supplied their decla-

ration of competing interest.


[1] Botvinick M, Cohen J. Rubber hands




touch that eyes see.

Nature 1998;391(6669).

[2] Miles E, Poliakoff E, Brown RJ. Medically unexplained symptom

reports are associated with a decreased response to the rubber

hand illusion. Journal of Psychosomatic Research 2011;71(4).

[3] Perepelkina OS. Rubber hand illusion psychosomatic pathology.

IMRF2016 Abstract Book 2016.


Psychiatric symptomatology and

health-related quality of life in

children with epilepsy

A. Bilgic

1 ,

, Ü. Is¸ ık


, H. Derin


, R. C¸ olak Sivri


, H. C¸ aksen



Meram School of Medicine - Necmettin Erbakan University, Child

and Adolescent Psychiatry, Konya, Turkey


Yozgat Government Hospital, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry,

Yozgat, Turkey


Meram Faculty of Medicine, Necmettin Erbakan University, Child

Neurology, Konya, Turkey

Corresponding author.


There is a limited amount of data regarding the rela-

tionship between epilepsy and psychiatric symptoms and quality

of life (QoL) in children and adolescents.