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WELCOME Hello everyone and welcome to the Institute of Psychiatry! I’m so pleased to see such a wide representation of universities at the event and I hope you enjoy the opportunity to meet students from different places, years and backgrounds. One of the things I love most about psychiatry is its diversity and I believe this is reflected in the wide variety of talks, workshops, socials and competitions which will take place over the weekend. There’s something on offer for every taste; this includes talks and workshops on the most recent and innovative approaches to psychiatry, lively discussion about ethics, media and philosophy, as well as creative perspectives on music, magicians, maltesers and mindfulness. This conference has been organised by students, for students, and we therefore hope that you find the weekend to be fun, friendly and down-to-earth. We’ll be providing you with many opportunities to chat with psychiatrists in informal settings, explore the different subspecialties, put across your own opinions and further your involvement in psychiatry at the student level. In the process, we hope that others will be inspired to host similar events in future years. If you have any questions or problems during the event just look for one of our PsychSoc representatives, in the blue tops, who would be more than happy to help you out. There will always be someone at the registration desk near the main entrance, or you can call us on 07581 506453. Finally, we are immensely grateful to all of our speakers and workshop hosts for their time and enthusiasm. We would also like to offer a huge thank you to the staff at the Institute of Psychiatry for their advice and support and a special thank you to our supervisor, Dr Charlotte Wilson-Jones, whose help has been invaluable. We hope you have a really enjoyable weekend; do come and have a chat with us! Sally Bramley and the King’s Psychiatry Society KCL PsychSoc Committee President – Sally Bramley Vice President – Celia Shiles General Officers – Alex Beadel, Adam Dossaji, Joanne Hew
speakers Mr Maurice Arbuthnott Maurice Arbuthnott graduated in music and worked in the private sector before being diagnosed with schizophrenia. He is a service user representative for his London locality and for the RCPsych’s Faculty of Rehabilitative and Social Psychiatry Executive Committee. He is a current member of Rethink’s Service and Resources Committee. Apart from mental health, his main interest remains music composition. He has recently completed works for flute and piano, guitar, songs and a requiem setting.
Professor Ed Bullmore Professor Ed Bullmore is an academic psychiatrist who’s deeply committed to bringing better, faster drugs to patients by forging working alliances across the public/ private sector. It is the integration of his academic, NHS and research posts with his role leading one of GlaxoSmithKline’s clinical research teams that offers ground breaking potential to revolutionise NHS input into drug development, and transform patient outcomes.
Dr Matt Goldenberg Matthew Goldenberg, M.D., is an academic psychiatrist from the United States. He attended medical school at Yale then did his psychiatric training at the University of North Carolina. He has since worked on the faculty as the director of medical student clinical education at two American medical schools. He lives in London whilst completing an MSc in Global Mental Health.
Professor Neil Greenberg Surgeon Captain Neil Greenberg is an academic psychiatrist based at King’s College London. During his time with the Royal Marines he earned the coveted Green Beret. He has served in a number of hostile environments and provided psychological support to foreign office and emergency services staff following events such as 9/11. He has published widely on military health and advises the Armed Forces and UK government on mental health issues.
Professor Shitij Kapur Prof Shitij Kapur has published over two hundred peer-reviewed papers, made dozens of presentations worldwide, serves in advisory capacity to public charities and pharmaceutical companies and has received several national and international awards. His main research interest is in the use of brain imaging and animal models to understand the basis of psychosis and its treatment.
Dr Avie Luthra Dr Avie Luthra won the BBC’s Dennis Potter Award for his BBC film, Indian Dream. In 2006, he was nominated for a BAFTA for his short film Lucky, which was also short-listed for an Oscar in 2007. His first feature film Mad, Sad and Bad was released in cinemas in 2009. His second feature length film, Lucky (2012) won 8 international film festival awards and will be released in Spring 2013.
Dr Max Pemberton Max Pemberton is a doctor, journalist and writer. He works full time in the NHS in mental health. He is a columnist for the Daily Telegraph, Reader’s Digest and a contributor to the Mail On Sunday. He has won Mind Journalist of the Year and the RCPsych’s Public Educator of the Year award. He is a presenter on the BBC Radio 4’s Inside Health. He has also written three books.
Dr Florian Ruths Florian is a Consultant Psychiatrist at the Maudsley Hospital in London. He is interested in the integration of psychiatric aspects and CBT for anxiety and depression. Florian is the Consultant Lead for the Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy Groups (MBCT) and teaches CBT & MBCT on two MSc Courses at the Institute of Psychiatry. He has published in the areas of MBCT, anxiety and depression.
Dr Mark Salter Dr Mark Salter is a consultant psychiatrist in East London. He has been a member of RCPsych’s Public Education Committee and the RCPsych media expert for 15 years. He has worked as a writer and broadcaster on BBC and ITV, and has produced films and theatre related to mental illness. His credits include appearances on Woman’s Hour, Today, Front Row, The Moral Maze, and All in the Mind to name a few.
Dr Trudi Seneviratne Dr Trudi Seneviratne is the lead consultant for South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust specialist perinatal services. She was the first chair of the London regional network in perinatal psychiatry. She has collaborated on a range of activities within perinatal psychiatry including service development, the use of mother and infant interaction videos, service evaluation, and effectiveness and outcomes research.
Sir Simon Wessely Sir Simon Wessely has published over 600 papers on a variety of subjects. His initial areas of research focused around clinical epidemiology, with special emphasis on unexplained symptoms and syndromes. For the last ten years his research has shifted towards various aspects of military health. He has a great interest in public engagement activities.
Professor Steve Williams Professor Steve Williams was the University of Cambridge’s first PhD in Magnetic Resonance Imaging and went on to set up a University of London Intercollegiate Imaging facility. In 1994, he moved to the Institute of Psychiatry to champion the application of neuroimaging in CNS disorders. His recent work has focused on the development of new tools for diagnosis and prediction of response to treatment.
schedule Day 1: Saturday 16th February
09.00 10.00 10.15 10.45 11.15 11.30 12.00 13.00 14.00 15.00 15.20 15.50 16.20 17.00
Registration (tea & coffee available) Dr Charlotte Wilson Jones Welcome & Introduction Sir Simon Wessely Psychiatry Under Fire Professor Neil Greenberg A Career in Military Psychiatry Poetry Reading Coffee Break (tea & coffee available) Workshop 1 Lunch Sub-Specialities Forum Coffee Break (tea & coffee available) Professor Ed Bullmore How Can We Make Therapeutic Progress in Psychiatry? Professor Steve Williams Brain Imaging in Psychiatry Dr Max Pemberton Cigarettes and Maltesers: Why I Chose Psychiatry
Day 2: Sunday 17th February
10.00 10.10 10.35 11.10 11.40 12.00 13.00 14.00 14.25 14.50 15.15 15.40 16.00
Welcome Dr Mark Salter Psychiatry is the Best Job on the Planet Mr Maurice Arbuthnott Schizophrenia: A Service Userâ€™s Perspective Dr Matt Goldenberg Psychiatry in the USA Coffee Break (tea & coffee available) Workshop 2 Lunch Dr Avie Luthra Making Movies as a Psychiatrist Dr Gertrude Seneviratne Perinatal Psychiatry Dr Florian Ruths Mindfulness Professor Shitij Kapur Psychiatry of Tomorrow - Linking to the Brain, But, Much More Than Just That Plenary Feedback Forms & Certificates
Map of ground floor
Seminar Room 1 Seminar Room 2 Seminar Room 3 Seminar Room 4 Seminar Room 5 Robin Murray B Robin Murray A Stairs to Wolfson Lecture Theatre 9. Student Lounge 1
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
1. Small Lecture Theatre 2. Seminar Room 6 3. Seminar Room 7 4. Seminar Room 8 5. Group Room 1
Map of first floor
Map of second floor
1. Café Diner 2. Café Lounge
Channel One Band Cymbeline Perplexed Tulip Conundrum In Deed Drunken Balordi
c Live musi Rum punch
As well as: Psychological Illusionist Jared Manley DJ Chablones: Reggae, funk, soul & electro-swing Join us on Saturday 16th February for a music festival like no other. The evening will be taking place in Tutu’s nightclub, with rooftop views of the capital’s skyline. • Mental health service users from charity Sound Minds play an entertaining reggae blend • Spanish songwriter and psychiatrist David Jimenez brings you melodic indie folk music • Rock, classical, psychedelic and just about anything else you can name with Dr Greg Shields Arrive at 7pm for rum punch cocktails! A buffet dinner will be served at 7.30pm The Menu: Jerk Chicken, Curry Mutton, Fish, Vegetable Curry or Mac & Cheese. Served with: Rice & Peas, White Rice or Coleslaw and Salad. Venue Address: Tutu’s, Macadam Building, Surrey Street, Charing Cross WC2R 2NS. The nearest underground station is Temple; enter the building from Surrey Street.
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