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Contents
Welcome2
General Information3
Social Events4
Business Meetings5
Organising Committee6
Co-sponsoring Organisations7
Declaration of interests7
Programme Overview8-11
Programme in Detail12-27
­­Poster Presentations30-60
Notes61-63
ACC Liverpool
1
Welcome!
International Congress Welcome Message 2012
‘Liverpool is the pool of life, it makes to live’
Jung, Memories, Dreams, Reflections
Jung dreamt of visiting Liverpool and seeing a magnolia tree in an island in a pool in the centre of
the City. The dream led him to understand the healing function of the self and he recorded that
‘Without such a vision I might perhaps have lost my orientation and been compelled to abandon
my undertaking’. As a result a statue of Jung stands in Matthew Street in Liverpool.
We welcome you to the International Congress in 2012 and to share in the inspiration and vision the
city of Liverpool brings. As always our programme strives for scientific rigour and to lead the way in
developing clinical excellence and promoting best practice.
We are committed to ensuring that attendees leave with an improved understanding of psychiatry
and mental health and the interactions between mental health, neuroscience and the social and
cultural context in which people live.
Jung’s idea that the ring represents the human being motivated de Coubertin to create the Olympic
symbol of 5 interlocking rings. On this Olympic year we pay particular attention to the relationship
between mental health and physical health with updates in new science, clinical skills and neurology.
As always the Congress fee includes attendance at all sessions and workshops and all refreshments.
We continue with the hugely popular trainees stream and the trainees coffee lounge will be open
throughout the Congress.
The Congress is eligible for both CPD and CME points.
Jung described his dream visit to Liverpool as an act of evidence based education and enlightenment;
enjoy!
Helen Miller and Nick Craddock
Co-chairs of the organising committee
Comments and feedback
The College will be tweeting all this week, giving regular updates on the latest news from the
Congress. If you’re not already following the RCPsych, start following now – http://twitter.com/
rcpsych/
If you’re Tweeting during the conference, please join us in using this hashtag: #RCPsychIC12
A Congress feedback form is also available, please take the time to complete this as we use your
feedback to plan future meetings.
Please visit: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/InternationalCongress2012
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General Information
Accreditation
CPD
This congress is eligible for 1 CPD hour for each hour of educational activity in which you participate, subject
to your own personal reflection and peer group approval
EACCME
This congress has applied for accreditation from the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical
Education (EACCME) to provide CME activity for medical specialists. The EACCME is an institution of the
European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS). The congress is designated for a maximum of 24 European
external CME credits. Each medical specialist should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually
spent in the educational activity.
AMA
EACCME credits are recognized by the American Medical Association towards the Physician’s Recognition
Award (PRA). To convert EACCME credit to AMA PRA category 1 credit, contact the AMA.
Contact details
All correspondence (except for accommodation queries) should be addressed to: CALC, The Royal College of
Psychiatrists, 17 Belgrave Square, London SW1X 8PG. Tel: +44 (0)20 7235 2351 ext 6652;
email:congress@rcpsych.ac.uk.
Website:http://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/events/internationalcongress2012.aspx
Venue
Arena and Convention Centre Liverpool, Kings Dock, Liverpool Waterfront, L3 4FP
http://www.accliverpool.com
Poster exhibition
Psychiatric updates in the form of an exhibition of poster presentations will be on display throughout the
meeting. Posters will change daily.
Accommodation
For any queries regarding accommodation please contact Ellis Salsby on Tel: +44 (0) 845 2415150.
Certificate of attendance
Your certificate of attendance will be sent to you after the meeting.
Media booth and Press Office
The Press Office and Media booth are located in the exhibition in Hall 2. Daily lunchtime press briefings will
take place as well as general media coverage throughout the conference.
Come and see whether you enjoy the challenge of working with the media. Personal media training sessions
will be given by several members of the College with extensive experience of work on TV, radio and print. The
media booth has been set up to resemble a broadcasting studio, where you can hone your communication
skills in a realistic, but totally non-scary atmosphere. Half-hour one-to-one sessions will be held morning and
afternoon throughout the conference.
Revalidation Surgeries
Dr Ellen Wilkinson, Associate Registrar for Revalidation, will hold revalidation surgeries during the week at
various times. For more information, please visit the College stand in Hall 2B
Trainees’ Lounge
The extremely popular Trainees’ Lounge returns on Friday 13th July in the Riverside Balcony on Level 3 of the
Convention Centre.
3
Social Events
Tuesday, 10 July
17.45-18.45
Blake Marsh Welcome Reception
Fee: Free of charge. Spaces are limited so please speak to a member of staff at the registration desk to see if there is availability.
Thursday, 12 July
20.00 for 20.30
Gala Dinner
Venue: St George’s Hall, St George’s Place, Liverpool, L1 1JJ
Fee: £65. Spaces are limited so please speak to a member of staff at the registration desks to see if there is availability.
St George’s Hall is widely regarded as one of the finest neo-classical buildings in the world and is a
Grade I listed building.
The idea for the Hall came about in the early 1800s from Liverpool people who were concerned
about the lack of a place for the triennial music festivals, and shares were sold to raise funds. A
venue was also being sought for the Civil and Crown Courts and it was decided that one building
would serve both needs.
The foundation stone of the Hall was laid in 1838 to commemorate the coronation of Queen Victoria,
but the actual building of the hall did not start until 1842. It opened for public use in 1854, a truly
multipurpose community building where people could be tried, attend a ball or listen to a concert
- all under one roof.
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Business Meetings
Tuesday 10 July
17.30-19.30
International Divisions Meeting (Room 7, Level 3)
Wednesday, 11 July
12.45-14.20
Psychopharmacology Special Interest Group Annual Meeting (Room 7, Level 3)
14.30-16.30
Publications Management Board Meeting (Room 6, Level 3)
15.00-17.15
Public Education Editorial Board Meeting (Room 7, Level 3)
17.30-18.30
Academic Faculty Executive Committee Meeting (Room 7, Level 3)
18.00-20.00
Publications reception (Riverside Balcony, Level 3)
Thursday, 12 July
12.25-13.15
Centre for Advanced Learning & Conferences (CALC) Committee Meeting (Room 7, Level 3)
12.30-13.30
International Psychiatary Journal Editorial Board Meeting (Room 6, Level 3)
14.30-15.30
Trustee training (Room 7, Level 3)
Friday, 13 July
12.45-13.40
International Congress 2013 Organising Committee Meeting
(Room 6, Level 3)
12.45-13.40
Gay and Lesbian Mental Health Special Interest Group Annual Meeting
(Room 7, Level 3)
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Organising Committee
Dr Kostas Agath
Executive Committee
Professor Sue Bailey
President
Professor Dinesh Bhugra
International Liaison
Professor Nick Craddock
Treasurer and Conference Co-Chair
Dr Ian Hall
Executive Committee
Dr Josie Jenkinson
Trainee Representative
Dr Ian Jones
Executive Committee
Professor Ania Korszun
Executive Committee
Dr Hamish McAllister-Williams
Executive Committee
Dr Laurence Mynors-Wallis
Registrar
Dr Helen Miller
Director of Conferences and Conference Co-Chair
Dr Anand Ramakrishnan
Executive Committee
Professor Peter Woodruff
Executive Committee
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Co-sponsoring Organisations
American Psychiatric Association
Egyptian Psychiatric Association
European Psychiatric Association
Indian Psychiatric Society
Latin American Psychiatric Association
Netherlands Psychiatric Association
Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists
Royal College of Psychiatrist of Thailand
Spanish Association for Psychiatry
World Psychiatric Association
Pakistan Psychiatric Society
Hong Kong College of Psychiatrists
Declaration of Interest
TC2 Training Course: Disorders at the interface of neurology and psychiatry - Part IV Clinical reviews- early onset
dementias
Dr Huw Morris has received funds for research, fees for consultancy and a fee for speaking at a symposium from an
organisation(s) that might be perceived to gain or lose from the content of his presentation.
W7 Health informatics – why should I care?
Dr Jonathan Richardson has received funds for for attending a meeting from an organisation(s) that might be perceived
to gain or lose from the content of his presentation.
W7 Health informatics – why should I care?
Dr Hashim Reza has been employed by an organisation that might be perceived to gain or lose from the content of his
presentation.
S44 Pregnancy, childbirth, abortion and mental health – what are the implications for Psychiatry?
Dr Trine Munk-Olsen has received funds for research from an organisation(s) that might be perceived to gain or lose from
the content of his presentation.
S35 National Confi dential Inquiry into Suicide and Homicide by People with Mental Illness
Dr Louis Appleby has been employed by an organisation that might be perceived to gain or lose from the content of his
presentation.
S9 Generalized anxiety disorder - recognizing, modelling, and treating: a British Association
for Psychopharmacology Symposium & S13 Hot topics in psychopharmacology: adverse effects of psychotropics
Professor David Baldwin has received funds for research, sponsorship for attending a meeting, fees for consultancy and a
fee for speaking at a symposium from an organisation(s) that might be perceived to gain or lose from the content of his
presentation. Professor Baldwin has been employed by an organisation that might be perceived to gain or lose from the
content of his presentation.
S55 Consorting with the devil? Issues around interactions with the pharmaceutical industry
Professor David Healy has been employed by an organisation that might be perceived to gain or lose from the content of
his presentation.
S16 The Neuropsychopharmacology of lithium
Professor Anne Mudge has received fees for consultancy and a fee for speaking at a symposium from an organisation(s)
that might be perceived to gain or lose from the content of his presentation
7
Clinical skills
Room 12
W2 Physical examination skills
workshop
W1 Update on ECG skills for
psychiatrists
S13 Hot topics in
psychopharmacology: Adverse
effects of psychotropics
W4 Making autism mainstream
S14 Public Mental Health
S11 Leadership and
Management
16.15–17.30
S10 Adjustment disorder:
a diagnosis in need of
rehabilitation
Tea (Hall 2, Level 1)
S9 Generalized anxiety
disorder - recognizing,
modelling, and treating:
A British Association for
Psychopharmacology
Symposium
15.45–16.10
14.30–15.45
W5 Ensuring effective
communication with patients
whose first language is not
English, for those with learning
disability, and for those with
no or minimal hearing
W3 Meeting the reproductive
and sexual health needs of
women accessing mental
health services
KN2 Minds and Bodies (Hall 1A), KN3 Successful Cognitive and Emotional Aging (Room 3)
S7 Commissioning
Coffee (Hall 2, Level 1)
S3 Improving service quality
while funding is being cut:
examples from UK mental
health services
13.45–14.25
S6 Pathways to care in early
psychosis for black and
minority ethnic groups: the
role of cultural attributions
S2 Mental Health Act Research:
From Policy to Evidence
Lunch (Hall 2, Level 1)
S5 Key issues in aetiology
and management of ADHD:
A British Association for
Psychopharmacology
symposium
S1 New generation, new
drugs. What every psychiatrist
needs to know about club
drugs and legal highs
12.45–13.40
11.30–12.45
11.00–11.25
9.45–11.00
KN1 Presidential opening lecture (Hall 1 A)
Management
Hall 1B
9.00–9.40
Clinical skills
Room 3
Registration (Galleria, Level 2) & coffee (Hall 2, Level 1)
Psychopharmacology
Hall 1A
8.00–9.00
Time
Tuesday 10 July 2012
S15 Beyond the evidence base:
from anaesthetic to aesthetic
in medicine
S12 Is Child protection a form
of madness?
S8 Use of medication in
children
S4 Family
Children & Families
Room 4
New science
Hall 1B
16.15–17.30
15.45–16.10
S29 Recent developments
in the pharmacological
management of bipolar
disorder
S30 Occupational psychiatry
S31 Psychiatric defences for
Macbeth
Tea (Hall 2, Level 1)
S26 The watcher and the
watched: psychiatry and
psychiatrists in film
S32 Community care-across
cultures
S27 What has biological
psychiatry ever done for us?
S25 Burden of mental illness
and role of informal carers
14.30–15.45
S24 New models of
antidepressant action:
A British Association for
Psychopharmacology
Symposium
KN5: Dr Jo Lyle (Hall 1B), KN7 There is no psychiatry without psychopharmacology (Hall 1A)
KN7a: RCPsych Advanced Trainee of the Year 2011 Presentation (Room 3)
13.45–14.25
S23 Bipolar, borderline or
ADHD? Theory and practice
Lunch (Hall 2, Level 1)
S21 Managing complex mental
health problems
S18 NMDA receptor antibodies
in psychiatry: what every
clinician needs to know
12.45–13.40
S20 Psychopharmacological
management of schizophrenia:
controversies and
implementing best practice
S22 The Royal College of
Psychiatrists’ Service Users’
Recovery and Carers’ Fora: the
first five years
W6 Improving physical and
mental health - workshop on
new website resource hub
11.30–12.45
S17 Hidden epidemic in older
people
Coffee (Hall 2, Level 1)
S16 The
neuropsychopharmacology of
lithium
11.00–11.25
9.45–11.00
KN4 A New Era for Micronutrients in Prevention of Mental Disorders (Hall 1A)
Holistic Psychiatry
Room 12
9.00-9.40
Clinical
Room 3
Registration (Galleria, Level 2) & coffee (Hall 2, Level 1)
Psychopharmacology
Hall 1A
8.00–9.00
Time
Wednesday 11 July 2012
S33 Innovative Practice –
Changing the delivery of Care
S28 Private and independent
practice
W7 Health informatics – why
should I care?
S19 Mental Health Payment
by Results; progress, evidence
and variations
Management
Room 4
Neuropsychiatry
Hall 1A
TC2 Training Course: Disorders
at the interface of neurology
and psychiatry - Part II
TC2 Training Course: Disorders
at the interface of neurology
and psychiatry - Part I
W8 Learning to lead workshop
for trainees and SAS doctors
S36 To teach or not to teach: the
cost of teaching in the reformed
NHS
17.00-19.00
15.45-17.00
15.20-15.40
14.05-15.20
S41 Recruitment
S39 What you can do for the
College and how to get your
voice heard
TC1 Improving outcomes
in complex and refractory
psychosis - Part IV
TC1 Improving outcomes
in complex and refractory
psychosis - Part III
TC2 Training Course: Disorders
at the interface of neurology
and psychiatry - Part IV
TC2 Training Course: Disorders
at the interface of neurology
and psychiatry - Part III
AGM and Presentation Ceremony (Hall 1B)
Reserved
Tea (Hall 2, Level 1)
S40 New research oral
presentation Session
W10 The equivalence route and
why it is everyone’s business
W9 Teaching skills for core
trainees
KN9 Improving Training (Hall 1A), KN10 The Madness of King George (Room 12)
KN11 Self-harm: the new NICE guideline and beyond (Room 3), S38a: Senior Researcher Oral Presentation Session (Hall 1B)
S38 The importance of
psychiatric research
Coffee (Hall 2, Level 1)
S35 National Confidential
Inquiry into Suicide and
Homicide by People with
Mental Illness
13.20-14.00
TC1 Improving outcomes
in complex and refractory
psychosis - Part II
TC1 Improving outcomes
in complex and refractory
psychosis - Part I
Lunch (Hall 2, Level 1)
S37 Diaspora psychiatrists:
challenges in the new decade
S34 How Westminster works
and how to make it work for
psychiatry
Teaching
Room 12
12.25-13.15
11.10-12.25
10.45-11.10
9.30-10.45
KN8 Keynote Lecture: Dr James L Kennedy (Hall 1A), S33a: Margaret Slack Lecture (Hall 1B)
Research
Hall 1B
8.45-9.25
Clinical skills
Room 3
Registration (Galleria, Level 2) & coffee (Hall 2, Level 1)
College
Room 4
8.00–9.00
Time
Thursday 12 July 2012
Trainees and trainers
Room 4
Teaching and trainers
Room 12
S56 Emotion regulation in health
and psychiatric illness
S58 Teaching
S54 Leadership
S59 Tracing views of mental
illness: new research into
the history of psychiatry and
neurology
S55 Consorting with the devil?
Issues around interactions with
the pharmaceutical industry
Trainee Lounge: Located on the Riverside Balcony, Level 3, the lounge offers a designated area for trainees to meet up during today’s breaks. Throughout the lunch break
there will be an exhibition from the Faculties, Sections and Divisions while a Learning & Disability Psychiatry ‘Who wants to be a millionaire ?’ interactive workshop will take
place in Hall 3. There will also be a Q&A session with Dr Wendy Burn, Dean of the Royal College , this will take place at 13.45.
W12 Putting NICE into practice: a
workshop by NICE Fellows
S57 The limits of normality
S53 The promise of e-health
innovations for mental health
16.15–17.30
S52 Recent advances in
depression in older life: what
lessons for depression at
younger ages?
Tea (Hall 2, Level 1)
S51 Validity of
neuropsychological assessment
15.45–16.10
14.30–15.45
KN13 Clinical Decision Making in Psychiatry (Hall 1A), KN14 Their dark materials: psychopathy, neuroscience and psychotherapy (Hall 1B)
Student Associate poster presentations (Room 12) , Trainee Lounge: Q&A with the Dean (Riverside Balcony)
W11 Learning to lead - a
leadership programme for
medical students
13.45–14.25
S50 Research
S46 Global (Mental) Health –
Student programmes are the
Future
Lunch (Hall 2, Level 1)
S48 Exploring high risk states for
psychosis using neuroimaging
S45 Hot topics
12.45–13.40
S47 Self disclosure in the
therapeutic relationship
S49 Bipolar disorder: improving
early recognition and treatment
S44 Pregnancy, childbirth,
abortion and mental health –
what are the implications for
psychiatry?
11.30–12.45
S43 Depression, stress
and medical disorders - is
inflammation the link?
Coffee (Hall 2, Level 1)
S42 Psychological interventions
& transcultural psychiatry
11.00–11.25
9.45–11.00
KN12 Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder genetic findings: what do they mean for clinical practice? (Hall 1A)
Student Associate welcome & introducation (Room 12)
New science
Hall 1B
9.00–9.40
New science
Hall 1A
Registration (Galleria, Level 2) & coffee (Hall 2, Level 1)
Clinical skills
Room 3
8.00–9.00
Time
Friday 13 July 2012
Tuesday
Time
Sessions
9.00-9.40
Keynote
Hall 1A
KN1 Presidential Opening Lecture
Chair: Professor Nick Craddock, Treasurer of the Royal College of Psychiatrists
Professor Sue Bailey, President of the Royal College of Psychiatrists
9.45-11.00
Hall 1A
Psychopharmacology
S1 New generation, new drugs. What every psychiatrist needs to know about club drugs and
legal highs
Chair: Professor Anne Lingford-Hughes, Imperial College London
Epidemiology of club drug use
Dr John Ramsey, Analytical Toxicologist, St George’s Hospital
Pharmacology and relative risks of club drugs
Professor David Nutt, Imperial College London
Clinical presentation of club drug use
Dr Owen Bowden-Jones, Central North West London NHS Foundation Trust
Room 3
Clinical skills
S2 Mental Health Act Research: from policy to evidence
Chair: Dr Patrick Keown, Consultant Psychiatrist, Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer, Newcastle University
Mental Health Act 2007 Amendments: clinical and service impact
Professor Swaran P Singh, Head of Division, Mental Health and Wellbeing, Warwick Medical School & Honorary
Consultant Psychiatrist, Birmingham and Solihull Mental health foundation Trust
An RCT of Supervised Community Treatment (CTO) use in England
Professor Tom Burns, Professor of Social Psychiatry, University of Oxford
Increasing detention across England: trends and patterns
Professor Scott Weich, Professor of Psychiatry at Warwick Medical School and Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist
at Coventry & Warwickshire Partnership Trust
Management
Hall 1B
S3 Improving service quality while funding is being cut: examples from UK mental health
services
Chair: Professor Mike Crawford, Director College Centre for Quality Improvement
Getting ready to improve
Maureen McGeorge, Implementation Team Manager, College Centre for Quality Improvement
Making and sustaining improvements in inpatient mental health services for young people
Peter Thompson, Senior Programme Manager, College Centre for Quality Improvement
Improving prescribing practice in psychiatry: the experience of the Prescribing Observatory for Mental
Health
Professor Thomas Barnes, Clinical Lead Prescribing Observatory for Mental Health (POMH-UK)
Clinical skills
Room 12 W1 Update on ECG skills for psychiatrists
Facilitators: Dr Arun Natarajan, Specialist Registrar in Cardiology, Essex Cardiothoracic Centre, Balildon, UK and
Dr Sridevi Sira Mahalingappa, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust, Birmingham
Room 4
Children and families
S4 Family
Chair: Professor Sue Bailey, President, The Royal College of Psychiatrists
Don’t let the system get you down; designing healthcare services around children and families
Dr Hilary Cass, President, The Royal College of Paediatrics & Child Health
The Australia indigenous concept of kinship and family
Dr Maria Tomasic, President, The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists
Domestic violence and impact on families
Deborah Jamieson OBE, Chief Executive, Eliminate Domestic Violence Global Foundation (EDV )
11.00-11.25
12
Coffee
Session
11.30-12.45
Psychopharmacology
Hall 1A
S5 Key issues in aetiology and management of ADHD: a British Association for
Psychopharmacology symposium
Chair: Dr Peter Haddad, Consultant Psychiatrist, Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
Aetiology of ADHD
Dr Ulrich Müller, University Lecturer & Hon. Consultant Psychiatrist, Director of the Adult ADHD Research
Clinic, Department of Psychiatry, University of Cambridge
Why are general psychiatrists so reluctant to prescribe psycho-stimulants for ADHD?
Professor David Nutt, Neuropsychopharmacology Unit, Imperial College London
Bridging the gap - problems and innovations in current service delivery models for young people and
adults with ADHD
Dr Arif Muhammad
Room 3
Tuesday
Time
Clinical skills
S6 Pathways to care in early psychosis for black and minority ethnic groups: the role of
cultural attributions
Chair: Professor Swaran P Singh, Head of Division, Mental Health and Wellbeing, Warwick Medical School &
Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Foundation Trust
The role of cultural attributions to help-seeking in FEP
Luke Brown, Research Fellow, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Foundation Trust
‘It was a relief knowing’: Ethnic and cultural determinants of help seeking in first-episode psychosis
Dr Rubina Jasani, Lecturer, Humanitarianism Conflict Response Institute (HCRI), University of Manchester
‘Can you actually provide everything for everybody?’: Cultural attributions to help-seeking in FEP and
the appropriateness of Early Intervention Service
Dr Zoebia Islam, Senior Research Fellow, ENRICH/AMEND Programme Coordinator, Birmingham and Solihull
Mental Health Foundation Trust/ Warwick University
Hall 1B
Management
S7 Commissioning
Chair: Dr Neil Deuchar, Associate Medical Director, NHS Midlands and East, and Associate Registrar and
Commissioning Lead, RCPsych
An update on the commissioning landscape
Richard Gleave, Director of Programmes & Patient Experience, NHS South of England
The role of the local psychiatrist in advising commissioners
Dr Laurence Mynors-Wallis, Registrar, The Royal College of Psychiatrists
Joint Commissioning Panel for Mental Health Update
Chris Fitch, Research Fellow, Policy Unit, Royal College of Psychiatrists
Room 12
Clinical skills
W2 Physical examination skills workshop
Chair: Dr Josie Jenkinson, Clinical Lecturer/ST4 Old Age Psychiatry, Institute of Psychiatry Kings College London
Facilitators: Dr Mike Warwick-Sanders, CT3 Psychiatry, Wessex Deanery, Educational Liaison, concise MRCP
and Dr Phillip Cockrell, Medical Registrar, Wessex rotation, Course Leader, concise MRCP
Room 4
Children and families
S8 Use of medication in children
Known and unknowns
Professor Sue Bailey, President, The Royal College of Psychiatrists
Delivering evidence based therapies in CAMHS
Professor Sue Bailey, President, The Royal College of Psychiatrists
Evidence based treatments and psychotropic prescriptions in mentally ill children and adolescents
Prof Ian Goodyer, Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Developmental Psychiatry, Department of
Psychiatry, University of Cambridge
12.45-13.40
Lunch
13.45-14.25
Keynote
Hall 1A
KN2 Minds and bodies
Chair: Professor Sue Bailey, President, The Royal College of Psychiatrists
Dr Iona Heath, President, The Royal College of General Practitioners
Room 3
Keynote
KN3 Successful cognitive and emotional aging
Chair: Dr Kenneth Busch, Chicago, USA
Dr Dilip Jeste, President, American Psychiatric Association
13
Tuesday
Time
14.30-15.45
Hall 1A
Sessions
Psychopharmacology
S9 Generalized anxiety disorder - recognizing, modelling, and treating: a British Association
for Psychopharmacology Symposium
Chair: Dr Peter Haddad, Consultant Psychiatrist, Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
Recognition and diagnosis
Professor André Tylee, Head, Section of Primary Care Mental Health, Health Services and Population Research
Dept, IOP, Kings College London
The 7.5% CO2 Inhalation Model
Professor Marcus Munafò, Professor of Biological Psychology, University of Bristol
Pharmacological and psychological treatment
Professor David Baldwin, Professor of Psychiatry and Head of Mental Health Group, University of Southampton
Faculty of Medicine
Room 3
Clinical skills
S10 Adjustment disorder: a diagnosis in need of rehabilitation
Chair: Professor Sue Bailey, President, The Royal College of Psychiatrists
Is adjustment disorder a useful diagnosis in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Professor Sue Bailey, President, The Royal College of Psychiatrists
Adjustment disorder: the occupational perspective
Capt Geoff E. Reid, MB ChB FRCPsych DAvMed RAF, Senior Regional Psychiatrist APHCS(S), Regional
Consultant Adviser RAF
Adjustment disorder: the way forward for DSMV and ICD11
Professor Patricia Casey, Professor of Psychiatry at the Department of Psychiatry, UCD and the Mater
Misericordiae University Hospital, Ireland and Editor of The Psychiatrist (formerly the Psychiatric Bulletin
published by the Royal College of Psychiatrists, London)
Hall 1B
Can adjustment disorder and depressive episode be distinguished
Dr Anne Doherty, MMUH, Department of Adult Psychiatry, Dublin, Ireland
Management
S11 Leadership and management
Chair: Dr Neil Deuchar, Associate Medical Director, NHS Midlands and East and Associate Registrar and
Commissioning Lead, RCPsych
Room 12
Leadership and management in MH settings
Dr Laurence Mynors-Wallis, Registrar, The Royal College of Psychiatrists
Leadership & Management: A view from the independent sector
Dr Fiona Mason, Chief Medical Officer, St Andrew’s Healthcare
A strategy for leadership and management
Michael Hobkirk, Consultant in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust,
Specialist Advisor Leadership Development
Clinical skills
W3 Meeting the reproductive and sexual health needs of women accessing mental health
services
Facilitators: Dr Carol Henshaw, Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust and Dr Olivia Protti, North East
London Foundation Trust
Room 4
Children and family
S12 Is Child protection a form of madness?
Chair: Dr Ian Jones, Cardiff University
Debate: Child Protection is a form of Madness - NO
Professor Louise M Howard, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London
Debate: Child Protection is a form of Madness - YES
Dr Alain Gregoire, Perinatal Mental Health Service, Southampton
15.45–16.10
14
Tea
Session
16.15-17.30
Psychopharmacology
Hall 1A
S13 Hot topics in psychopharmacology: adverse effects of psychotropics
Chair: Dr Hamish McAllister-Williams, Newcastle University
Cardiac side effects of psychotropics
Professor Nicol Ferrier, Newcastle University
Sexual side effects of antidepressants
Professor David Baldwin, Southampton University
Neurological side effects of psychotropics
Dr Peter Haddad, University of Manchester
Tuesday
Time
Clinical skills
Room 3
W4 Making autism mainstream
Chair: Dr Helen Matthews, Consultant Psychiatrist, Hywel Dda Health Board, Carmarthen
Facilitator: Dr Judith Gould, Chartered Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Lorna Wing Centre for Autism, Kent
Management
Hall 1B
S14 Public Mental Health
Chair: Dr Neil Deuchar, Medical Director (Mental Health), NHS West Midlands and Associate Registrar, Leadership &
Management, Royal College of Psychiatrists
Broad psychiatric perspective
Professor Kamaldeep Bhui, Centre for Psychiatry at the Wolfson Institute of Preventive Medicine Barts and The
London School of Medicine & Dentistry Queen Mary University of London
Translation to local public mental health tangibles
Dr Jonathan Campion, Consultant Psychiatrist, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Public mental health: The emerging landscape in England
Gregor Henderson, Wellbeing and Public Mental Health Lead, Mental Health Division, Department of Health
Clinical skills
Room 12 W5 Ensuring effective communication with patients whose first language is not English, for
those with learning disability, and for those with no or minimal hearing
Ensuring effective communication with patients whose first language is not English and who may require
an interpreter
Professor Rachel Tribe, School of Psychology, University of East London
Books Beyond Woods: effective communication for patients with learning disability and other
communication difficulties
Baroness Sheila Hollins, Professor of Psychiatry of Disability, St. George’s University of London and Past-President,
Royal College of Psychiatrists, 2005-2008
Communication breakdown: communicating with deaf and hard of hearing patients
Dr Helen Miller, Director of Conferences, The Royal College of Psychiatrists
Medical humanities
Room 4
S15 Beyond the evidence base: from anaesthetic to aesthetic in medicine
17.45-18.45
Blake Marsh Welcome Reception
Chair: Professor Jane Macnaughton, Professor of Medical Humanities and Deputy Head of School of Medicine and
Health, Centre for Medical Humanities (CMH), Durham University, Durham
Dr Helena Fox, Capio Nightingale Hospital, London and Social Sculpture Research Unit, Oxford Brookes University,
Oxford and Richard Rosch, Medical student
15
Wednesday
Time
Sessions
9.00-9.40
Keynote
Hall 1A
KN4 A new era for micronutrients in prevention of mental disorders
Chair: Dr Ian Hall, Chair of the Faculty of Learning Disability, The Royal College of Psychiatrists, London
Dr Ezra Susser, Columbia University, New York, USA
9.45-11.00
Hall 1A
Psychopharmacology
S16 The neuropsychopharmacology of lithium
Chair: Professor Allan Young, Imperial College, London
Disease-modifying properties of long-term lithium treatment for amnestic mild cognitive impairment
Dr Orestes Forlenza, Department of Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
PSIG Prize Winner
Lithium and dementia: experimental medicine
Dr Craig Ritchie, Imperial College, London
The Molecular Mechanism of Action of Lithium
Professor Anne Mudge, MRC Laboratory for Molecular Cell Biology, UCL, London
Clinical
Room 3
S17 Hidden epidemic in older people
Chair: Dr Anand Ramakrishnan, Consultant Psychiatrist, Nottingham
Invisible addicts
Dr Tony Rao, Consultant Psychiatrist and Associate Dean, Royal College of Psychiatrists
Alcohol related cognitive decline
Dr Peter Byrne, Consultant Psychiatrist
ARBD services in the context of dementia services
Professor Kenneth Wilson, University of Liverpool
Room 12
Hall 1B
Holistic psychiatry
W6 Improving physical and mental health - workshop on new website resource hub
Facilitators: Professor Linda Gask, Professor of Primary Care Psychiatry, University of Manchester; Dr Irene
Cormac, Honorary Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist, Rampton Hospital and Dr Graham Ash, Consultant
Psychiatrist, Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust
New Science
S18 NMDA receptor antibodies in psychiatry: what every clinician needs to know
Chair: Professor Paul Harrison, Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford
NMDA receptors and how they are involved in schizophrenia
Professor Paul Harrison, Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford
NMDA receptor antibodies and their importance for psychiatry
Dr Michael Zandi, Neurology Specialist Registrar, Cambridge
The clinical experience of antibody - mediated psychotic illness
Dr Belinda Lennox, Department Psychiatry, University of Cambridge
Room 4
Management
S19 Mental health payment by results; progress, evidence and variations
Chair: Dr Bohdan Solomka, Norvic Clinic, Norwich
Mental health clusters and diagnosis
Professor David Kingdon, Professor of Mental Health Care Delivery, University of Southampton
Implementing mental health PbR
Kevin Smith, Clinical Projects and Performance Manager, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Specialist PbR: forensic currencies
Dr Adrian Berry, South West Yorkshire Trust
11.00-11.25
16
Coffee
Hall 1A
Sessions
Psychopharmacology
S20 Psychopharmacological management of schizophrenia: controversies and implementing
best practice
Chair: Dr Hamish McAllister-Williams, Newcastle University
Old antipsychotics for new?
Professor David Owens, University of Edinburgh
After Clozapine what next?
Professor Thomas Barnes, Imperial College, London
Translating evidence into practice
Dr Fiona Gaughran, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Clinical
Room 3
S21 Managing complex mental health problems
Chair: Dr Helen Killaspy, Reader and Honorary Consultant in Rehabilitation Psychiatry, University College London and
Camden and Islington NHS FT
Wednesday
Time
11.30-12.45
Managing people with ADHD and psychosis
Dr Peter Mason, Consultant Psychiatrist, Adult ADHD Service, Cheshire and Wirrall Partnership NHS FT
Managing people with brain injury and psychosis
Dr Czarina Kirk, Consultant Neuropsychiatrist, Guild Lodge Secure Services, Lancashire Care NHS Trust
Dual diagnosis – past, present and future
Dr John Dunn, Associate Clinical Director of Substance Misuse & Forensic Services, Camden & Islington NHS
Foundation Trust
Holistic psychiatry
Room 12 S22 The Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Service Users’ Recovery Forum (SURF) and Carers’
Forum: the first five years
Chair: Dr Peter Byrne, Consultant liaison psychiatrist, Newham University Hospital, London & Deputy Registrar, Service
users and carers lead, RCPsych
New science
Hall 1B
S23 Bipolar, borderline or ADHD? Theory and practice
Chair: Professor Nick Craddock, Treasurer, The Royal College of Psychiatrists, London
Bipolar disorder
Professor Nicol Ferrier, Newcastle University, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
The bridge between bipolar and borderline
Professor Allan Young, Imperial College, London
ADHD, borderline personality or bipolar disorder?
Professor Philip Asherson, Maudsley Hospital, London
Facilitated discussion
Management
Room 4
W7 Health informatics – why should I care?
Chair: Dr Sheetal Sirohi MRCPsych, Chair Trainee’s Health Informatics Network
Mental health informatics - A national perspective
Dr Joe McDonald, Chairman of British Computer Society Mental Health Specialist Group and former National
Clinical Lead for IT
A tale of two cities - The electronic patient record in London and Newcastle
Dr Jonathan Richardson, Clinical Director of Informatics, Northumberland Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust
and Chair Royal College of Psychiatrists Informatics Committee and Dr Hashim Reza, Clinical Director Informatics,
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
Mental health informatics - What we can learn from industry and where we can be
Dr Himanshu Tyagi, MRCPsych South West London and St Georges Mental Health Trust; Trainee’s Health
Informatics Network
Q&A
12.45-13.40
Lunch
13.45-14.25
Keynote
Hall 1B
KN5 ‘At least I wont have to walk the dog’- a personal reflection on the ethics of care in
postnatal mental illness
Chair: Dr Ian Jones, Cardiff University, Cardiff
Jo Lyall, Angela Harrison Charitable Trust
17
Wednesday
Time
Sessions
13.45-14.25
Keynote
Hall 1A
KN7 There is no psychiatry without psychopharmacology
Chair: Dr Hamish McAllister-Williams, Newcastle University
Professor Paul Harrison, Oxford
13.45-14.25
Keynote
Room 3
KN7a Psychiatry under fire: Fighting for our profession
14.30-15.45
Psychopharmacology
Hall 1A
Dr Kamran Ahmed, RCPsych Advanced Trainee of the Year 2011
S24 New models of antidepressant action: a British Association for Psychopharmacology
Symposium
Chair: Dr Peter Haddad, Consultant Psychiatrist, Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
How antidepressants increase neuronal number
Dr Carmine Pariante, Reader in Biological Psychiatry and Head of the Sections of Perinatal Psychiatry & Stress,
Psychiatry and Immunology, Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London
How antidepressants affect brain function
Prof Catherine Harmer, University Dept. of Psychiatry, Oxford
Future perspectives
Dr Hamish McAllister-Williams, Newcastle University
Room 3
Clinical
S25 Burden of mental illness and role of informal carers
Chair: Professor Kenneth Wilson, University of Liverpool
Carers’ burden
Dr Anand Ramakrishnan, Consultant Psychiatrist, Nottingham
Family dynamics – survival and recovery: a phenomenological account
Christina Young, Service User
Dementia care – a family carer’s perspective on the dementia journey
Barbara Hodkinson, Carer and member of Faculty’s Consumer group
Holistic Psychiatry
Room 12 S26 The watcher and the watched: psychiatry and psychiatrists in film
Chair: Dr Phillip McGary, Chair of the RCPsych-NI
Dr Iain McDougall, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust
Dr Dearbhail Lewis, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust
New Science
Hall 1B
S27 What has biological psychiatry ever done for us?
Chair: Dr Ian Jones, Cardiff University
Genetics and the future of psychiatry
Professor Michael Owen, Director MRC Centre for Neuropsychiatric Genetics and Genomics and Neuroscience
and Mental Health Research Institute, Head of Department of Psychological Medicine and Clinical
Neurosciences, Cardiff University
Imaging the mind- brain in psychiatry
Professor Stephen Lawrie, University of Edinburgh
60 years of psychopharmacology - whats it really done for psychiatry?
Professor Nicol Ferrier, Newcastle University, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Room 4
15.45–16.10
18
Management
S28 Private and Independent Practice Session - How to get started in Private Practice
Tea
Session
16.15-17.30
Psychopharmacology
Hall 1A
S29 Recent developments in the pharmacological management of bipolar disorder
Chair: Dr Hamish McAllister-Williams, Newcastle University
Lithium: new evidence about the oldest option
Dr David Cousins, Newcastle University
Anticonvulsants: how does the evidence for effectiveness stack up?
Professor John Geddes, Oxford University
Atypical antipsychotics: new evidence and options
Professor Allan Young, Imperial College
Clinical
Room 3
S30 Occupational psychiatry
Chair: Dr Lisa McClelland, Consultant Psychiatrist, Wonford House Hospital, Exeter, Devon Partnership NHS Trust
Top ten tips for organisational mental health
Surgeon Captain Neil Greenberg, Defence Professor of Mental Health
Wednesday
Time
Occupation assessment: fitness for safety critical tasks
Surgeon Captain John Sharpley, Defence Consultant Advisor in Psychiatry
Holistic psychiatry
Room 12 S31 Psychiatric defences for Macbeth
Chair: Dr Neil Hunt, Consultant Psychiatrist, Fulbourn Hospital, Cambridge
Guilty as charged – no mental disorder
Dr Toral Thomas, Specialist Registrar in Forensic Psychiatry, Norvic Clinic, Norwich
Not guilty by reason of insanity
Dr Trevor Turner Consultant Psychiatrist, East London Mental Health Trust, London
Not guilty by reason of diminished responsibility
Dr Mark Salter, Consultant Psychiatrist, East London Mental Health Trust, London
Hall 1B
New science
S32 Community care-across cultures
Chair: Professor Dinesh Bhugra, Professor of Mental Health & Cultural Diversity, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College
London and President-Elect, World Psychiatry Association and Professor Jose Tabarda, Brazil
Community care in Brazil - challenges
Professor Valentim Gentil, Professor of Psychiatry, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Lessons from community care in the UK
Professor Tom Craig, Professor of Social Psychiatry, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London
Lessons from community care in Italy
Dr Ilaria Tarricone, Ricercatrice Istitute di Psichiatria, Bologna, Italy
Management
Room 4
S33 Innovative practice – Changing the delivery of care
Chair: Dr Laurence Mynors-Wallis, Registrar, The Royal College of Psychiatrists
The Lean Acute Ward – Purposeful in-patient admission
Dr Angus Bell, Senior Clinical Director for Adult Services, Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys FT & Chair of the North East
Regional Mental Health Clinical Network
Community residential alternatives to inpatient wards
Professor Sonia Johnson, Professor of Social and Community Psychiatry at University College London
Recovery based Interventions: Peer support workers and a recovery education centre
Dr Bert Park, Clinical Director, Adult Mental Health, Nottingham
19
Thursday
Time
Sessions
8.45-9.25
Keynote
Hall 1A
KN8 Genetic prediction of antipsychotic induced weight gain and Tardive Dyskinesia:
Clinical application
Chair: Dr Helen MiIler, Director of Conferences, Royal College of Psychiatrists, London
Dr James L Kennedy, Head of Neuroscience Research Dept, CAMH; Professor of Psychiatry and Medical
Science, University of Toronto, Canada
8.45-9.25
Hall 1B
9.30-10.45
Room 4
College
S33a Margaret Slack Lecture
Salience Network in Schizophrenia
Dr Lena Palaniyappan, Wellcome Research Training Fellow, Division of Psychiatry, University of Nottingham
College
S34 How Westminster works and how to make it work for psychiatry
Chair: Dr Adrian James, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist and Chair, Royal College of Psychiatrists Westminster
Parliamentary Liaison Committee
Overview of Parliamentary process and how the College interacts with Westminster
William Pickering, Public Affairs Manager, Royal College of Psychiatrists
Room 3
Working with Parliament, an MPs perspective
Dr Sarah Wollaston MP, House of Commons
Clinical skills
TC1 Improving outcomes in Complex and Refractory Psychosis - Part I
Chair: Dr Fiona Gaughran, Lead Consultant, National Psychosis Service, South London and Maudsley NHS
Foundation Trust
A review of brain stimulation treatments in refractory psychosis
Dr Sukhi Shergill, National Psychosis Service, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Hall 1B
Management of refractory mania
Dr David Cousins, University of Newcastle upon Tyne
Research
S35 National Confidential Inquiry into Suicide and Homicide by People with Mental Illness
Chair: Professor Louis Appleby, Professor of Psychiatry, Director, Centre for Mental Health and Risk, University of
Manchester, Honorary Consultant, Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust
Recent findings from the Suicide Inquiry
Professor Louis Appleby, Professor of Psychiatry, Director, Centre for Mental Health and Risk, University of
Manchester, Honorary Consultant, Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust
Recent findings from the Homicide Inquiry
Dr Shaiyann Rahman, Clinical Research Fellow, University of Manchester
Hall 1A
Impact and future directions of the Confidential Inquiry
Professor Nav Kapur, Professor of Psychiatry and Population Health, Head of Suicide Research, Centre for
Mental Health and Risk, University of Manchester, Honorary Consultant, Manchester Mental Health and Social
Care Trust
Neuropsychiatry
TC2 Training Course: Disorders at the interface of neurology and psychiatry - Part I
Core clinical skills in neuropsychiatry
The 2 minute neurological examination
Dr Jon Stone, Consultant Neurologist, Edinburgh
Modifying the mental state examination in neurological disease
Dr Killian Welch, Consultant Neuropsychiatrist, Edinburgh
Room 12
Cognitive assessment: beyond the MMSE
Dr Richard Perry, Consultant Neurologist, Imperial College, London
Teaching
S36 To teach or not to teach: the cost of teaching in the reformed NHS
Chair: Professor Nisha Dogra, Professor of Psychiatry Education and Consultant in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Foundation trusts and teaching
Dr Andrew Brittlebank, Consultant Psychiatrist and Deputy Medical Director, NTW Trust and Associate Dean
for Postgraduate Education, Royal College of Psychiatrists
Revalidation - a support or hurdle to clinical teaching
Dr Laurence Mynors-Wallis, Medical Director and Consultant Psychiatrist, DHUFT and Registrar, Royal College
of Psychiatrists
Integrating teaching in clinical practice
Dr Subodh Dave, Consultant Psychiatrist and Clinical Teaching Fellow, Derbyshire Healthcare Foundation Trust
10.45-11.10
20
Coffee
Sessions
11.10-12.25
College
Room 4
S37 Diaspora Psychiatrists: Challenges in the new decade
Chair: Dr Subodh Dave, Royal Derby Hospital, Derby
Lock, stock and barrel: Aiming for revalidation
Dr J S Bamrah, FRCPsych, Consultant Psychiatrist, North Manchester General Hospital, Honorary Senior Lecturer,
University of Manchester, Manchester
Don’t look down: A career guide for diaspora psychiatrists and trainers
Dr Helen Miller, Director of Conferences, Royal College of Psychiatrist, London
Negotiating diversity in clinical care
Professor Sab Bhaumik, Medical Director, Leicestershire Partnership Trust, Leicester
Room 3
Thursday
Time
Clinical skills
TC1 Improving outcomes in complex and refractory psychosis - Part II
Chair: Dr Sukhi Shergill, National Psychosis Service, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
The content and process of supporting recovery
Professor Mike Slade, Professor of Health Services Research, Head of Section for Recovery, Institute of Psychiatry
20 years too soon? Physical health in psychosis
Philippa Lowe, Carer and Victoria Bleazard,
Associate Director of Policy, Research and Activism Rethink Mental
Illness and Maurice Arbuthnott
Art and art therapy in refractory psychosis
Professor Kevin Jones, Lecturer in Art Psychotherapy, Goldsmiths University, London
Hall 1B
Research
S38 The importance of psychiatric research
Chair: Professor Sue Bailey, President of the Royal College of Psychiatrists
Where from and where to?
Professor Peter Woodruff, Professor of Academic Clinical Psychiatry, University of Sheffield, Chair of Royal College
of Psychiatrists Academic Faculty
Psychiatric research: industry and the NHS
Professor Ed Bullmore , University of Cambridge/ GlaxoSmithKline, Clinical Unit in Cambridge, Addenbrooke’s
Centre for Clinical Investigations, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Foundation NHS Trust, Cambridge
Academic research training in the UK
Dr Clare Oakley, St Andrew’s Academic Centre, Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London
Hall 1A
Neuropsychiatry
TC2 Training Course: Disorders at the interface of neurology and psychiatry - Part II
Myth busting- contrary to what you may have heard…
Antidepressants are safe in epilepsy
Dr John Mellers, Consultant Neuropsychiatrist, London
Mild brain injury does not cause cognitive impairment
Dr Alan Carson, Consultant Neuropsychiatrist, Edinburgh
Delirium most commonly presents in a hypo-active, hypo-alert state
Dr John Holmes, University of Leeds, Leeds
Teaching
Room 12 W8 Learning to lead - A workshop for trainees and SASG doctors
Facilitators: Dr Helen Bruce, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, East London NHS Foundation Trust
and Honorary Senior Lecturer, Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Dr Toby Baldwin, East
London NHS Foundation Trust and Professor Ania Korszun, Centre for Psychiatry, Barts and the London School of
Medicine and Dentistry
12.25-13.20
12.45-1400
Hall 1B
Lunch
Research
S38a Senior Researcher Oral Presentation Session
Please see pages 28/29 for a list of presentations.
21
Thursday
Time
Sessions
13.20-14.00
Keynote
Hall 1A
KN9 Improving training
Chair: Dr Helen Miller, Director of Confrences, The Royal College of Psychiatrists
Professor Sir Neil Douglas, Chairman, Academy of Medical Royal Colleges
Room 4
Keynote
KN10 The madness of King George
Chair: Dr Peter Haddad, Consultant Psychiatrist, Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
Professor Timothy Peters, Institute of Archaeology and Antiquity, University of Birmingham
Room 3
14.05-15.20
Room 4
Keynote
KN11 Self-harm: the new NICE guideline and beyond
Chair: Professor Mullick, Department of Psychiatry, Bangabandhu Shikh Mujib Medical University, Bangladesh
Professor Nav Kapur, Professor of Psychiatry and Population Health, Centre for Suicide Prevention, University
of Manchester
College
S39 What you can do for the College and how to get your voice heard
Chair: Dr Ross Overshott, Liaison Psychiatrist, Salford and Vice-Chair, RCPsych North West Division
How to get involved in the Division
Dr Bob Adams, Chair, RCPsych Northern and Yorkshire Division
How to get involved in the Faculty
Dr Kevin Healy, Chair, Medical Psychotherapy Faculty, The Royal College of Psychiatrists
College Involvement – Making a difference
Dr Laurence Mynors-Wallis, Registrar, The Royal College of Psychiatrists
Clinical skills
Room 3
TC1 Improving outcomes in complex and refractory psychosis - Part III
Chair: Dr Oliver Howes, National Psychosis Service, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Latest pharmacological strategies in refractory psychosis
Professor David Taylor, Director of Pharmacy and Pathology, King’s Health Partners
Managing the side effects of Clozapine
Dr James MacCabe, National Psychosis Service, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Hall 1B
Hall 1A
Research
S40 New Research Oral Presentation Session
Please see pages 28/29 for a list of presentations.
Neuropsychiatry
TC2 Training Course: Disorders at the interface of Neurology and Psychiatry - Part III
Scientific exploration of the aetiology of conversion disorder
Neurophysiological findings
Dr Mark Edwards, Consultant Neurologist, London
Functional Imaging paradigms
Dr Valerie Voon, London
Cognitive models of dissociation
Dr Richard Brown, Manchester
Teaching
Room 12 W9 Teaching skills for core trainees
Top tips to deal with a disruptive audience
Dr Matthew Williamson, Senior Education Advisor, The Learning Institute, Queen Mary University of London
Teaching and learning theory - what you need to know
Dr Kam Mukherjee, ST6 and Fellow in Management and Leadership in Medical Education, London Deanery
and Dr Helen Bruce, East London Institute of Health Education
15.20-15.40
22
Tea
Sessions
15.45-17.00
College
Room 4
S41 Recruitment
Chair: Dr Tom Brown, Associate Registrar for Recruitment, The Royal College of Psychiatrists
The RCPsych Recruitment Campaign
Dr Tom Brown, Associate Registrar, RCPsych
Recruitment in Psychiatry in Developing Economies, the Widening Gap
Dr Parameshvara Deva, Malaysia
Supervision of Foundation Doctors – Opportunity to enhance recruitment to Specialty training?
Dr Ann Boyle, Consultant Psychiatrist & Associate Post Graduate Dean, East Midlands Deanery and Dr Steve
Dyer, Bradgate Mental Health Unit, Leicester
Thursday
Time
Clinical skills
Room 3
TC1 Improving outcomes in complex and refractory psychosis - Part IV
Chair: Dr James MacCabe, National Psychosis Service, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Why do people become treatment resistant?
Dr Oliver Howes, National Psychosis Service, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Polypharmacy and other good things
Professor Sir Robin Murray, Dept of Psychosis Studies, Institute of Psychiatry
Hall 1A
Neuropsychiatry
TC2 Training Course: Disorders at the interface of neurology and psychiatry - Part IV
Clinical reviews- early onset dementias
Wilson’s disease
Dr Godfrey Gillett, Sheffield
Progressive supranuclear palsy
Dr Huw Morris, Cardiff University, Cardiff
Frontotemporal Dementia
Dr Andrew Larner, Consultant Neurologist, Cognitive Function Clinic, Walton Centre for Neurology and
Neurosurgery, Liverpool
Teaching
Room 12 W10 The equivalence route and why it is everyone’s business
Chair: Dr Helen Bruce, East London Institute of Health Education
Facilitators: Dr Yasmin Siddiqi, SAS Lead, Dr Sara Beleil, Locum Consultant and Dr Helen Miller, Tutor, SWLStG MH
Trust
Royal College of Psychiatrists AGM and Presentation Ceremony
An agenda is available from the registration area
20.00 for 20.30 Gala dinner at St George’s Hall
17.00
Hall 1B
23
Friday
Time
9.00-9.40
Hall 1A
Sessions
Keynote
KN12 Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder genetic findings: what do they mean for
clinical practice?
Chair: Professor Peter Woodruff, Professor of Academic Clinical Psychiatry, University of Sheffield, Chair of Royal
College of Psychiatrists Academic Faculty
Professor Anita Thapar, Cardiff University, Cardiff
9.00-9.30
Student Associates
9.45-11.00
Clinical skills
Room 12 Welcome and introduction for all Student Associates
Room 3
S42 Psychological interventions and transcultural psychiatry
Chair: Dr Rizkar Amin, Central & North West London Foundation Trust
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy training and implementation in Iraqi culture, needs and challenges
Dr Saleh Dhumad, Central & North West London Foundation Trust
Culturally adapted Psychosocial interventions for common mental illnesses
Speaker TBC
Hall 1A
New science
S43 Depression, Stress and Medical Disorders - is inflammation the link?
Chair: Professor Professor Ania Korszun, Barts and the London Medical School, Queen Mary University of London
Inflammation and brain function
Dr Carmine Pariante, Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College, London
Stress, depression, inflammation and cancer
Professor Ania Korszun, Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of
London
Depression, metabolic syndrome and inflammation
Professor Isabella Heuser, Department of Psychiatry, Charité-Universitaetsmedizin, Berlin
Hall 1B
New science
S44 Pregnancy, childbirth, abortion and mental health – what are the implications for
Psychiatry?
Chair: Dr Ian Jones, Cardiff University
What do we know about the link between abortion and mental health?
Dr Trine Munk-Olsen, Aarhus University, Denmark
What do we know about the link between pregnancy, childbirth and mental health?
Dr Ian Jones, Cardiff University
Childbirth, abortion and mental health - what are the implications for psychiatry?
Dr Roch Cantwell, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde
Room 4
Trainees and trainers
S45 Hot topics
Chair: Dr Laurence Mynors-Wallis, Registrar, The Royal College of Psychiatrists
Medfest
Dr Kamran Ahmed, Medfest founder and Royal College of Psychiatrists Higher Trainee of the Year 2011 and Dr
Rory Conn, Core Psychiatry Trainee and Medfest Lead 2012
Recruitment in psychiatry
Dr Tom Brown, Associate Registrar for Recruitment, Royal College of Psychiatrists
How is psychiatry training positioned in the medical education strategyof the next decade
Professor Sir Neil Douglas, Chairman, Academy of Medical Royal Colleges and Dr Damian Roland
Teaching and trainers
Room 12 S46 Global (Mental) Health – Student programmes are the future
Chair: Dr Nick Bass, Consultant Psychiatrist and Director of Medical Education, East London NHS FT
A psychiatry elective in a developing country
Interactive discussion
Distance support for students – the King’s experience
Interactive discussion
Psychiatry electives – developing a national network
Interactive discussion
11.00-11.25
24
Coffee
Sessions
11.30-12.45
Clinical skills
Room 3
S47 Self disclosure in the therapeutic relationship
Chair: Dr Sandra Evans, Consultant psychiatrist and Associate Dean for Psychiatry, East London Foundation NHS Trust
Helpful and unhelpful aspects of self-disclosure in the therapeutic relationship
Dr Trudie Rossouw, Consultant child and adolescent psychiatrist, North East London NHS Foundation Trust
Self disclosure in relation to spiritual beliefs and religion
Dr Sarah Eagger, Consultant psychiatrist older adults and honorary senior lecturer, Central and NW London NHS
FT and Imperial College London
Friday
Time
Self disclosure in relation to mental illness
Dr Mike Shooter, Past President, Royal College of Psychiatrists
Hall 1A
New science
S48 Exploring high risk states for psychosis using neuroimaging
Dr Marco Picchioni, St Andrews Academic Centre, Institute of Psychiatry
Tracking clinical risk for psychosis using neuroimaging
Dr Paul Allen, Department of Psychosis Studies, Institute of Psychiatry
Risk genes for psychosis and their functional impact in the brain
Dr Diana Prata, Department of Psychosis Studies, Institute of Psychiatry
Is dopamine really the wind behind the psychotic fire and can it be used to predict psychosis?
Dr Oliver Howes, Department of Psychosis Studies, Institute of Psychiatry
Hall 1B
New science
S49 Bipolar disorder: improving early recognition and treatment
Chair: Professor Allan Young, Chair of Psychiatry and Head of Department, Imperial College London
Early detection of bipolar disorder
Professor Erkki Isometsä, MD, PhD, Professor of Psychiatry, University of Helsinki, Finland
Neuroimaging approaches to disgnosis
Dr Sophia Frangou, Department of Psychosis Studies, Section of Neurobiology of Psychosis, Institute of Psychiatry,
King’s College London, King’s Health Partners
Neurobiology of first episode mania – implications for disease course and treatment
Professor Allan Young, Chair of Psychiatry and Head of Department, Imperial College London
Trainees and trainers
Room 4
S50 Research
Chair: Professor Nick Craddock, Treasurer, Royal College of Psychiatrists
Getting evidence into practice
Professor Robbie Foy, Professor of Primary Care, Leeds Institute of Health Sciences
How to get your research published
Speaker TBC
Titus Petronius, Ken Clarke and the 171 strategy documents: why policy and research need each other
more than ever
Chris Fitch, Policy Unit, Royal College of Psychiatrists
Teaching and training
Room 12 W11 Learning to lead - a leadership programme for medical students
Facilitators: Dr Nick Bass, Consultant Psychiatrist and Director of Medical Education, East London NHS Foundation
Trust and Professor Ania Korszun, Centre for Psychiatry, Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry,
London
12.45-13.40
12.45-14.25
Lunch
Trainee Exhibition from Faculties, Sections and Divisions & Learning Disability Psychiatry ‘Who wants to be a
Millionaire’ Interactive Workshop with Dr Paula Manners
Riverside Balcony, Level 3
13.45-14.25
Trainee Lounge
Q&A with Wendy Burn, Dean, The Royal College of Psychiatrists
Riverside Balcony, Level 3
13.45-14.25
Hall 1A
Keynote
KN13 Clinical decision making in psychiatry
Chair: Dr Ian Hall, Chair of the Faculty of Learning Disability, The Royal College of Psychiatrists, London
Professor Dinesh Bhugra, President Elect, World Psychiatric Association
25
Friday
Time
13.45-14.25
Hall 1B
Sessions
Keynote
KN14 Their dark materials: psychopathy, neuroscience and psychotherapy
Chair: Dr Miriam Isaac, St Mary’s Hospital, London
Dr Gwen Adshead, Consultant Forensic Psychotherapist, Broadmoor Hospital
13.45-14.25
Student Associates
14.30-15.45
Student Associate Poster Presentations
Clinical skills
Room 12
Room 3
S51 Validity of neuropsychological assessment
Chair: Dr Niruj Agrawal, Consultant Neuropsychiatrist, South West London and St Georges MH NHS Trust
Role of effort testing and TOMM
Dr Alan Moss, Birmingham
Insights from the WMT and MMPI-2-RF
Dr Martin van den Broek, Head of Clinical Neuropsychology, St George’s Hospital Neuroscience Centre and The
Wolfson Neurorehabilitation Centre, London
Problems and issues in differentiating neurological, psychogenic and simulated amnesia
Professor Michael Kopelman, Professor of Neuropsychiatry, Kings College London, Institute of Psychiatry
Hall 1A
New science
S52 Recent advances in depression in older life: what lessons for depression at younger ages?
Chair: Professor John O’Brien, Newcastle University
Neuroimaging changes in late life depression
Professor John O’Brien, Newcastle University
Neuropathological changes in late life depression
Dr Alan Thomas, Newcastle University
Therapeutic options for late life depression and relevance to younger ages
Professor Kenneth Wilson, Liverpool University
Hall 1B
New science
S53 The promise of e-health innovations for mental health
Chair: Dr Ian Jones, Cardiff University
Beating bipolar: delivering psychoedcuation for bipolar disorder online
Dr Daniel Smith, Cardiff University
Web-based support for the carers of people with anorexia
Professor Chris Williams, Professor of Psychosocial Psychiatry, University of Glasgow
A new e-Health treatment for bulimia nervosa
Ms Carrie-Anne McClay, University of Glasgow
Room 4
Trainees and trainers
S54 Leadership
Chair: Professor Sue Bailey, President, Royal College of Psychiatrists, London
Seven habits of highly effective emerging clinical leaders
Dr Emma Stanton, SpR South London and the Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, CEO, Beacon Health Strategies
Trainees in psychiatry: the future of leadership inmental health care
Dr Michael Hobkirk , Specialist Advisor for leadership development , Royal College of Psychiatrists and
Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
The Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management
Dr Anna Moore, Trainee lead, Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management
Industry
Room 12 S55 Consorting with the devil? Issues around interactions with the pharmaceutical industry
Chair: Dr Hamish McAllister-Williams, Newcastle University
Professional suicide
Professor David Healy, North Wales
Is a win-win interaction possible? A view from industry
Andrew Powrie-Smith, Director, Association of British Pharmaceutical Industries, Scotland
Is a win-win interaction possible? The view of an independent researcher
Professor Verity Brown, University of St Andrews
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Tea
16.15-17.30
Clinical skills
Room 3
Hall 1A
Sessions
W12 Putting NICE into practice: a workshop by NICE Fellows
Facilitators: Dr Paul Blenkiron, Bootham Park Hospital, York & Dr Paul Wilkinson, Cambridgeshire and
Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust
New science
Friday
Time
15.45-16.10
S56 Emotion regulation in health and psychiatric illness
Chair: TBC
The neurophysiology of interpersonal emotion regulation
Mr Glyn Hallam, Research Associate, University of Sheffield
Emotion regulation and bipolar disorder
Professor Mary Phillips, Professor of Psychiatry and Clinical and Translational Science, Director of the Clinical and
Translational Affective Neuroscience Program, Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic, University of Pittsburgh
Medical Centre
Humour experience and schizophrenia
Dr Daniel Tsoi, Consultant Psychiatrist, Highbury Hospital, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS
New science
Hall 1B
S57 The limits of normality
Chair: Professor Peter Woodruff, head of Academic Clinical Psychiatry, The University of Sheffield
The route to psychosis: what differentiates individuals with psychotic experiences with and without a
‘need-for-care’?
Dr Emmanuelle Peters, Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology, Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London
The limits of normal control
Professor Hugo Critchley, Chair in Psychiatry, Brighton & Sussex Medical School
The Limits of normal experience
Professor Peter Woodruff, Head of Academic Clinical Psychiatry, The University of Sheffield
Trainees and trainers
Room 4
S58 Teaching
Chair: Dr Wendy Burn, Dean, Royal College of Psychiatrists
New bottle, old wine: the prils and pitfalls of e-learning
Dr Muj Husain ST5 General Adult Psychiatry, South London and the Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Extreme psychiatry and the legacy of Simon Cowell
Dr Sarah Stringer ST5 General Adult Psychiatry, Lambeth Early Onset Servic
Evaluation of a new psychiatry summer school in Birmingham
Dr Jayne Greening Senior Academy Teacher University of Birmingham and Honorary Senior Lecturer, Training
programme director CT1, West Midlands Deanery School of Psychiatry
Medical Humanities
Room 12 S59 Tracing views of mental illness: new research into the history of psychiatry and neurology
Chair: Dr Fiona Subotsky, Honorary Archivist, Royal College of Psychiatrists
Neuropsychiatry in Babylon
Dr EH Reynolds, Consultant Neurologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer, Institute of Epileptology, King’s College,
London
What is erotomania? The life and death of Dr De Clérambault
Professor Raymond Levy, Emeritus Professor, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College, London
‘Neuro-Psychiatry’ (1943): a medical documentary film of treatment at Mill Hill Hospital or wartime
propaganda?
Professor Edgar Jones, Professor of the History of Medicine, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London
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Oral Presentations
Senior Researcher Presentation Session
12.45-14.00, Thursday 12 July
Hall 1B
1. Memantine adjunct to risperidone in children with autistic disorder: double-blind,
randomized and placebo-controlled trial
Professor Shahin Akhondzadeh, Psychiatric Research Centre, Roozbeh Hospital, Tehran University
of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran
2. A schizophrenogenic gene of major effect in a consanguineous multiplex family
Dr Tariq Mahmood, Leeds Partnerships NHS Foundation Trust
3. Polypharmacy and mega-dosing in schizophrenia: Findings from a sample of Nigerian
psychiatric in-patients
Dr Ogunwale Adegboyega, Department of Clinical Services, Neuropsychiatric Hospital, Aro,
Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria
4. Mad, Sad or Bad? A Preliminary Study of Mental Health Risk Factors and Psychiatric
Morbidity Amongst Adolescent and Child Suicide Bombers of Swat, Pakistan
Professor Mowadat H Rana, NUST Centre for Trauma Research and Psychosocial Interventions,
Advisor in Psychiatry, Armed Forces Institute of Mental Health, Rawalpindi, Pakistan
5. Treatment Gap in Late Life Depression: A Study from Kerala, India
Professor KS Shaji, Govt Medical College, Kerala, India
6. A Primary Care Mental Health Service Provision: Pilot Work in a Local Government Area of
Ogun State, Nigeria
Dr Onofa Lucky Umukoro, NPH, Aro, Abeokuta, Nigeria
7. Antidepressant Efficacy of Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors–One Resolution to the
Controversy
Dr Louis F Fabre, Fabre-Kramer Pharmaceuticals Inc, Houston TX USA
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Oral Presentations
New Research Session
14.05-15.20, Thursday 12 July
Hall 1B
1. Set Shifting and Reversal Learning in Borderline Personality disorder
Dr Victoria Barker, Division of Psychiatry, University of Edinburgh
2. Do eating disorders in parents predict eating disorders in children? Evidence from a large
Swedish cohort
Dr Helen Bould, Academic Psychiatry, School of Social and Community Medicine, University of
Bristol
3. Changes in Cortical Dopamine D1 Receptor Binding Associated with Cognitive Training
Dr Paulina Bystritsky, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London and South London and Maudsley
NHS Trust
4. Investigating the long lasting effects of THC exposure during adolescence using a mouse
model
Mr Henry Goodfellow, Social, Genetic and Developmental Psychiatry (SGDP) Centre, King’s College,
London
5. Measuring the burden of in-patient admission for depression in England 1999-2010:
national study of hospital statistics
Dr Uy Hoang, Academic Clinical Fellow & Specialist Registrar in Public Health, University of Oxford
& Oxford Deanery
6. Is there an auditory processing bias in those individuals who are prone to experiencing
auditory hallucinations?
Ms Louise Rayner, University of Sheffield, Sheffield
7. The predictive utility of rumination and attachment style in depression of chronic disease
Dr Amy Manley (CT3 Psychiatry), North West Deanery; Prof Linda Gask, National Primary Care
Research and Development Centre, The University of Manchester
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Poster Presentations
Wednesday 11 July
Hall 2
Research
Sociodemographic and clinical characteristics of victimized versus non victimized patients with Schizophrenia:
an Egyptian study
Dr Ahmed El Missiry, Kent and Medway NHS, United Kingdom; Dr Marwa Abd El Meguid, Institute of Psychiatry-Ain Shams
University, Egypt; Dr Marwa Soltan, Institute of Psychiatry-Ain Shams University, Egypt; Dr Marwa El Missiry, Institute of
Psychiatry-Ain Shams University, Egypt
Clinicians’ understanding of reasons of clinic non attendance
Dr Ayesha S Ahmed, Locum Consultant Psychiatrist, Hartington Unit, Chesterfield; Dr Gayle Jackson, Consultant
Psychiatrist, Hartington Unit, Chesterfield
Retrospective study of characteristics of psychiatric outpatient non attenders
Dr Ayesha S Ahmed, Locum Consultant Psychiatrist, Hartington Unit, Chesterfield; Dr Adefolake Fanifosi, LAS, Hartington
Unit, Chesterfield; Dr Gayle Jackson, Consultant Psychiatrist, Hartington Unit, Chesterfield
Review of prescribing practice in a City Assertive Outreach Team
Dr Ayesha S Ahmed, Locum Consultant Psychiatrist, Hartington Unit, Chesterfield; Dr Rahat Ghafoor, ST4 Child Psychiatry,
Valentine Centre, Leicester; Dr Qutaiba Al Hillawi, Specialty Doctor, Bradgate Unit, Leicester; Dr Mohammed Al-Uzri,
Consultant Psychiatrist, Bradgate Unit, Leicester; Dr Fabida Noushad, Consultant Psychiatrist, Bradgate Unit, Leicester
Development and evaluation of a leaflet to improve knowledge, attitudes and help-seeking in relation to mental
illness for Muslims
Dr Kamran Ahmed (Darzi Fellow, ST6), Institute of Psychiatry, London; Dr Abrar Hussain (ST6), St. Mary’s Psychiatric Training
Scheme; Professor Tom Craig, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Reasons of Clozapine Discontinuation
Dr Mustafa Alachkar, ST4 in Psychotherapy and Adult Psychiatry, Gaskell House, Greater Manchester West NHS Trust
Medically assisted treatment of opioid dependence in the era of recovery: a survey of UK patients, users and
physicians
Dr Farrukh Alam, Central & Northwest London NHS Mental Health Trust, UK
Ethnicity and self reported experiences of stigma in adults with Intellectual Disability in Cape Town, South Africa
Dr Afia Ali (ST6), Mental Health Sciences Unit, University College London; Dr Elizabeth Kock, Alexandra Hospital, Maitland,
South Africa; Dr Chris Molteno, Department of Psychiatry and Mental Health, University of Cape Town ; Ntathu Mfiki,
Alexandra Hospital, Maitland, South Africa; Professor Michael King, Mental Health Sciences Unit, University College
London and Andre Strydom, Mental Health Sciences Unit, University College London
Happiness and IQ: results from a large population survey in England
Dr Afia Ali (ST6), Mental Health Sciences Unit, UCL; Dr Andre Strydom, Mental Health Sciences Unit, UCL; Dr Angela
Hassiotis, Mental Health Sciences Unit, UCL
Correlation between risk factors & the presentation of children with Autism spectrum disorders
Prof. Dr Elham Aljammas : Director, Psychiatric Research Unit, Mosul Medical College, Iraq, Assistant Prof Humam Alzubeer,
Department of Community Medicine, Mosul Medical College, Iraq, Mr Mohammad Zuhair, Psychiatric Nurse, Ibnsena
Teaching Hospital, Mosul, Iraq, Mr Mohammad Shaiban, Psychiatric Nurse, Ibnsena Teaching Hospital, Mosul, Iraq
Blind Spot: Risk Assessment in the Digital Age
Dr Golnar Aref-Adib (CT2) The Tavistock & Portman NHS Foundation Trust, London; Dr Gabriella Landy (CT2), The Tavistock
& Portman NHS Foundation Trust, London; Jane Chapman (Head of Governance and Risk) The Tavistock and Portman
NHS Foundation Trust, London, Hyun-Kyung Kim (Medical Student) UCL; Mary Parkes (Medical Student) UCL; Dr Richard
Graham, The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust, London
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A survey of Patients transferred under Article 53 of Mental Health Order 1986 from Northern Ireland Prison to
psychiatric units from October 2006 to March 2012
Dr Leanne Armitage (ST5 forensic psychiatry) HMP Maghaberry Lisburn; Dr Ian Bownes (consultant forensic psychiatrist)
HMP Maghaberry Lisburn, Dr Stephen Moore (consultant psychiatrist) Tyrone and Fermanagh Hospital, Omagh
Mental Health provision in the custodial setting in Northern Ireland
Dr Leanne Armitage (ST5), HMP Maghaberry, Dr Rosemary Ali (Specialty Doctor), HMP Maghaberry, Lisburn; Dr Ian
Bownes (Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist), HMP Maghaberry, Lisburn; Dr Stephen Moore (Consultant Psychiatrist), Tyrone
and Fermanagh Hospital, Omagh
Innovating inpatient care: Triage ward model
Baggaley, M. Stanton, E. South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
An investigation into why non-medical professionals have not taken up the responsible clinician (RC) role
Dr Sylvia Basiriha (ST5) Goodmayes Hospital, North East London NHS Foundation Trust/MSc Forensic Mental Health
student St. George’s University of London
A case series of five adolescents with Catatonia: complications, treatment and outcome
Dr Gordon Bates, MBChB, MMedSc, FRCPsych, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, The Huntercombe Hospital,
Stafford; Dr Aneta Ptak MRCPsych (Staff Grade Psychiatrist), The Huntercombe Hospital, Stafford
Pathways to Psychiatric care among Elderly Nigerians
Dr Abidemi Bello (Senior Registrar), Federal Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria; Dr Increase Adeosun
(Consultant Psychiatrist), Federal Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital Yaba, Lagos
Pattern of psychiatric disorders in elderly patients presenting to a Nigerian psychiatric facility
Dr Abidemi Bello (Senior Registrar), Federal Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria; Dr Increase Adeosun
(Consultant Psychiatrist), Federal Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital Yaba, Lagos
Are August-born children over-represented in referrals to Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services?
Dr Shipra Berg (ST6), Great Ormond Street and Royal London Higher Training Scheme
Culturing Perspectives of Psychiatry: Mental Health and the Media
Dr Rhys Bevan-Jones, Cardiff University School of Medicine; Dr Paul Emmerson, Dr Daniel Smith; Cardiff University School
of Medicine
Illustrating Psychiatry: Visual Media in Medical Education
Dr Rhys Bevan-Jones, Cardiff University School of Medicine; Dr Paul Emmerson, Dr Daniel Smith; Cardiff University School
of Medicine
Oral hygiene habits in patients with severe mental illness
Dr Fintan Byrne (Registrar), Esther Courtney (CNS), Elaine Callinan (A/CNS), Sinead Flynn (A/CNS), Dr Elizabeth Walsh,
Department of Psychiatry, University Hospital Galway, Ireland
Patient experts as medical student teachers
Dr Claudia Camden-Smith (ST4), Parklands Hospital, Basingstoke
The feasibility of identifying, treating and improving outcomes in ‘Hard-To-Reach’ young people with multiple
complex mental disorders
Dr Nigel Camilleri (ST5)(1), Ms Elizabeth Phinn(1), Prof Ann Le Couteur(1), Dr Thomas Meyer(2), Dr Dorothy NewburyBirch(2) , Dr Tony Thick(3), Dr Paul McArdle(1); 1. NTW NHS Trust, 2. Newcastle Univeristy, 3. Ponteland Health Centre,
Newcastle
Alcohol and cannabis were low associated with dependence than cocaine in Brazilian Movies from 2000 to 2008
Dr João Maurício Castaldelli-Maia, Department of Psychiatry, Medical School, Fundação ABC, Santo André, SP, Brazil &
Department of Psychiatry, Medical School, University of São Paulo, SP, Brazil; Arthur Guerra de Andrade , Francisco LotufoNeto
Does ragging play a role in medical student depression – cause or effect?
Dr João Maurício Castaldelli-Maia, Department of Psychiatry, Medical School, Fundação ABC, Santo André, SP, Brazil &
Department of Psychiatry, Medical School, University of São Paulo, SP, Brazil; Silvia Saboia Martins, Dinesh Bhugra, Marcelo
Polazzo Machado, Arthur Guerra de Andrade, Clóvis Alexandrino-Silva, Sérgio Pedro Baldassin, Tania Côrrea de Toledo
Ferraz Alves
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Perceptions of and attitudes towards antidepressants: stigma attached to their use - a review
Dr João Maurício Castaldelli-Maia, Department of Psychiatry, Medical School, Fundação ABC, Santo André, SP, Brazil &
Department of Psychiatry, Medical School, University of São Paulo, SP, Brazil; Dr. Luciana Burim Scomparini, Prof. Arthur
Guerra de Andrade, Prof. Dinesh Bhugra, Prof. Tania Correa de Toledo Ferraz Alves, Prof. Gilberto D’Elia
Smoking treatment outcome predictors in a Brazilian addiction care unit between 2007 and 2010
Dr João Maurício Castaldelli-Maia, Department of Psychiatry, Medical School, Fundação ABC, Santo André, SP, Brazil &
Department of Psychiatry, Medical School, University of São Paulo, SP, Brazil; Carlos Felipe Cavalcanti Carvalho, Fábio
Armentano, Fernanda Piotto Fralonardo, Tania Correa de Toledo Ferraz Alves, Arthur Guerra de Andrade, Sérgio Nicastri
Use transition between illegal drugs among Brazilian university students
Dr João Maurício Castaldelli-Maia, Department of Psychiatry, Medical School, Fundação ABC, Santo André, SP, Brazil &
Department of Psychiatry, Medical School, University of São Paulo, SP, Brazil; Lúcio Garcia de Oliveira; Silvia Saboia Martins;
Margriet van Laar, Arthur Guerra de Andrade, Sérgio Nicastri
Using selected scenes from Brazilian films to teach addictions
Dr João Maurício Castaldelli-Maia, Department of Psychiatry, Medical School, Fundação ABC, Santo André, SP, Brazil &
Department of Psychiatry, Medical School, University of São Paulo, SP, Brazil; Hercílio Pereira de Oliveira, Arthur Guerra de
Andrade, Francisco Lotufo-Neto, Prof Dinesh Bhugra
Qualitative Analysis of HCR-20 Risk Assessment Reports
Dr Nilanjan Chatterjee (ST6) LD Psychiatry, EoE Deanery; Dr Piyal Sen, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist, St Andrew’s
Healthcare Essex; Simone Lindsey, Assistant Psychologist, St Andrew’s Healthcare Essex
The internet and its influence on help seeking behaviour for mental health problems in a wired nation
Dr Christopher Cheok, Deputy Chairman Medical Board, Head and Senior Consultant, Department Of Psychological
Medicine, Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, Singapore
Controlling the Confusion (part two): Using Barrier Analysis in the care home sector
Dr Robert Colgate, Consultant Psychiatrist, Bridgend; Karyn Davies, Helen Lambert and Alison Turner
Using the SBAR (Situation-Background-Assessment- Recommendation) communication tool in mental health
inpatient wards
Dr George Crowther (ST4), South West Yorkshire Mental Health Trust; George Smith, South West Yorkshire Mental Health
Trust; Dr John Stephenson, University of Huddersfield
Film, Stigma and Mental Illness – An Evaluation of a Training Intervention for Student Filmmakers
Dr Jenny Dale, Consultant in General Adult Community Psychiatry, Studdert Kennedy House, Worcester; Dr Felicity
Richards, Consultant in Older Adult Psychiatry, Kidderminster; Mr John Bradburn, Senior Lecturer in Film Technology,
Staffordshire University; Dr. Rafik A Salama, Cancer Research UK, Cambridge Research Institute; Prof George Tadros,
Professor of Old Age Liaison Psychiatry, Warwick Medical School, Warwick University
A Study on the Comparative Effects of Methylphenidate, Burprenorphine and Placebo on the Withdrawal
Symptoms of MDMA Abstinence (Crystal Abusers- 2011)
Dr Nasrin Danesh, Iran
Prevalence of Asperger syndrome amongst patients of a first episode psychosis team
C Davidson (ST6 psychiatrist) 1,2,3, N Greenwood1, A Stansfield2 , S Wright1,2
1. aspire (Leeds early intervention in psychosis service), Bank House, Roundhay Rd, LS85LJ, UK
2. Leeds& York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, UK
3. University of Leeds, UK
‘I didn’t realise it was any psychological sort of thing’ reflections from people recovered from a serious ED on their
recovery
Dr Amaury Delgado Hernandez, (ST5) in General Adult Psychiatry, Haldon Eating Disorders Service, Devon Partnership
NHS Trust; Dr Ruth Marlow Associate Research Fellow/ Clinical and Community Psychologist Child Mental Health Peninsula
Medical School; Elisa Rivera Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Haldon Eating Disorders Service, Devon Partnership NHS
Trust
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Non-verbal behaviour of patients with schizophrenia in medical consultations – A comparison with depressed
patients and association with symptom levels
Dr Sara Dimic (Associate Specialist in Psychiatry), East London Foundation NHS Trust; Dr Christiane Wildgrube, North Essex
Partnership Foundation Trust, Dr Rosemarie McCabe, Unit for Social and Community Psychiatry, Queen Mary University of
London, Dr Imren Hassan, Unit for Social and Community Psychiatry, Queen Mary University of London, Professor Thomas
R. E. Barnes, Imperial College London Professor Stefan Priebe, Unit for Social and Community Psychiatry, Queen Mary
University of London
Perinatal maternal life events and psychotic symptoms in children at twelve years in a birth cohort study
Dr Sarah Dorrington (CT2), Kings College London; Dr Stan Zammit, Cardiff University; Dr Jonathan Evans, Bristol University;
Dr Jon Heron, Bristol University; Dr Glyn Lewis, Bristol University
Disgust and self harm in borderline personality disorder
Dr Robert Dudas, Department of Psychiatry, University of Cambridge and Complex Cases Service, Cambridgeshire and
Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust; Miss Anna Colquhoun; Miss Emma Hill; Dr Krishna Yathiraj; Dr Graham Murray; Dr
Barnaby Dunn; Professor Paul Fletcher; Dr Chess Denman
Theory of mind deficits in schizophrenia as a clue for drug choice? Clozapine vs other antipsychotic profiles on
keeping outpatients stable
Dr Rosó Duñó, Parc Taulí University Hospital, Sabadell, Barcelona; Dr Klaus Langohr, Technical University of Catalonia,
Barcelona; Dr Diego Palao, Parc Taulí University Hospital, Sabadell, Barcelona; Professor Adolf Tobeña, Institute of
Neurosciences, Autonomous University of Barcelona
The Health Informatics Cohort Enhancement Project
Dr Alexis Economou (ST4), Centre for Health Information Research & Evaluation, ILS2, College of Medicine, Swansea
University; Ms Michelle Grey, Dr Joanna McGregor, Professor Nick Craddock, Professor Ronan A Lyons, Professor Michael J
Owen, Mr Vaughn Price, Ms Sue Thomson, Dr James T.R. Walters, Professor Keith Lloyd
Clozapine and obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD): review of the literature
Dr Sofia Efstratiou, Early Intervention in Psychosis Service, Surrey & Borders NHS Foundation Trust; Dr Sherlie Arulanandam
(ST5), Southmead Hospital, Bristol
Methadone and QTc prolongation
Dr Khalid Elghawail (ST6), Addiction service, Plummer court, Newcastle; Dr Andrea Hearn, Addiction service, Plummer
court, Newcastle; Prof Eilish Gilvarry, Addiction service, Plummer court, Newcastle
Clozapine use in women with Borderline Personality disorder and co-morbid learning disability
Dr Tolulope Fajumi ST5, Prestwich Hospital , Greater Manchester West NHS Trust; Dr Maryam Manzoor, CT2, Preston
Hospital, Lancashire Care NHS Trust; Ms Katie Carpenter, Research Assistant, Calderstones NHS Trust
A measure of ‘irritability’: applicability to CAMHS clinic and community settings
Dr Sumudu Ferdinando (ST6), South West London & St Georges Mental Health NHS Trust; Dr Argyris Stringaris, Institute of
Psychiatry, Kings College London
How religion/spirituality affect mental health of adolescents
Dr Sumudu Ferdinando (ST6), South West London & St Georges Mental Health NHS Trust
Shared decision-making about medication: use of prompt questions in clinics
Dr Elizabeth Frayn (ST4), Wonford House Hospital, Exeter; David Somerfield, Wonford House Hospital, Exeter
A retrospective study of clozapine in emotionally unstable personality disorder
Ms Catherine Frogley (Research Assistant), St Andrew’s Academic Centre, Kings College London, Institute of Psychiatry; Dr
Katina Anagnostakis, Dr Shawn Mitchell, Dr Marco Picchioni
A systematic review of the evidence of clozapine’s anti-aggressive effects
Ms Catherine Frogley (Research Assistant), St Andrew’s Academic Centre, Kings College London, Institute of Psychiatry;
Professor David Taylor, Dr Marco Picchioni
A Qualitative Pilot Study Evaluating the Impact of the NHS Fife Multi-Agency Protocol for Mentally Disordered
Offenders (MDO Protocol), Alleged Offenders and Detainees
Dr Nupur Gandhi, CT1 (LAT), Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services, NHS Fife
Long term Modafinil in treatment resistant Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS): a cohort study
Dr Himanshu Garg, ST5, Prof. Douglas Turkington, Northumberland Tyne & Wear NHS Trust
The Epidemiology of Psychotic Symptoms in Old Age In Selected Low And Middle Income Countries -A 10/66
Dementia Research Group Study
Dr Matheesha Gunathilake, Psychiatric Acute Community Treatment Team, Newham Centre for mental health, London;
Professor Martin Prince, Department of Health Services and Population Research, Institute of Psychiatry, London
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Deprivation and Self Harm in Adolescence: a 4 year study of a North London Hospital
Dr Johnny Downs, Academic Clinical Fellow (ST6), Kings College London, Institute of Psychiatry & Tavistock Child and
Adolescent Psychiatry Higher Training Scheme, Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust, Dr Batsheva Habel, Specialty Registrar
in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (ST5),Tavistock Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Higher Training Scheme, Tavistock and
Portman NHS Trust
A validation study of anxiety scales in Parkinson’s disease in UK
Dr Vijay Harbishettar, ACF (ST4), Academic Clinical Psychiatry, Sheffield; Dr Kathryn McDonald, Salford Royal NHS
Foundation Trust, UK, Mrs Michelle Barraclough, Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust, UK, Dr Iracema Leroi, University
of Manchester, UK
Mild Cognitive Impairment in Parkinson’s Disease: Impact on quality of life, disability and caregiver burden
Dr Vijay Harbishettar, ACF (ST4), Academic Clinical Psychiatry, Sheffield, Dr Kathryn McDonald, Salford Royal NHS
Foundation Trust, Salford, UK, Dr Hiranmayi Pantula, Lancashire Care Foundation NHS Trust, Lytham, UK; Dr Iracema Leroi,
Old Age Psychiatry, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK
Predictors of Outcome in a Cohort of Early Intervention in Psychosis Service Users
Dr Emily Harrington (ST6) South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust, London; Dr Marion Neffgen (ST3)
South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust, London; Dr Punitha Sasalu (ST1 GP) Ashford and St Peters
NHS Foundation Trust, Chertsey; Dr Tarun Seghal (ST5) South Essex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, Wickford; Dr James
Woolley, South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust, London
Patients who do not wait to be seen by Liaison Psychiatry after referral from Accident and Emergency
Dr Saffron Homayoun (CT1) Lambeth Hospital, London; Dr Andrea Meredith (CT1), Mile End Hospital, London; Dr Sri
Perecherla, Croydon University Hospital, Surrey
Subjective and objective cognitive dysfunction in schizophrenia – is there a link?
Dr Saffron Homayoun (CT1), Lambeth Hospital, London; Dr Frederique Nadeau-Marcotte, Dr David Luck and Dr Emmanuel
Stip, Fernand Seguin Research Centre, Montreal
The effect of psychological stress and expectation on auditory perception: A signal detection analysis
Dr Robert Hoskin, Academic Clinical Psychiatry, University Of Sheffield; Dr Mike Hunter, Academic Clinical Psychiatry; Prof
Peter Woodruff, Academic Clinical Psychiatry
New Regulation, New Drugs. What every psychiatrist needs to know about alternative regulation of legal highs
Dr Jonathan Hurlow (ST5), North London Forensic Service, London
The effect of an educational intervention on junior doctors’ knowledge and practice in detecting and managing
elder abuse
Dr Huzzey, Lauren (ST6) UCL Mental Health Sciences Unit; Dr Cooper, Claudia; Professor Livingston, Gill; UCL Mental
Health Sciences Unit
Feto–maternal outcomes of pregnancy in women on methadone maintenance therapy but still using illicit
substances
Dr Jide Igboekwu (Specialist Registrar in substance misuse disorder (ST5), St James Hospital, Portsmouth, UK) Kim Wolff
(Addiction Science Institute of Psychiatry. Kings College London, UK)
Trends in prescriptions and costs of drugs for mental disorders in England, 1998-2010
Dr Stephen Ilyas (ST4), Tower Hamlets Centre for Mental Health, East London NHS Foundation Trust; Joanna Moncrieff,
Mental Health Sciences, University College London
Do Psychiatrists Have Autonomy?
Dr Matthew Impey (ST6), Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Why mental health laws are necessary: an ethical perspective
Dr Matthew Impey (ST6), Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
The Metabotropic Glutamate Receptor Theory in Fragile X Syndrome: testing the safety and efficacy of AFQ056/
Mavoglurant in adults and adolescents
Dr Angel Angelov(2), Dr Thomas Jaecklin(1), Carole Collober(1), Barbara Koumaras(2), Joleen Lee(2), Farah N Hossain(2),
Julien Lustig(1), Sanjay Satija(3), Dr Ana Graf(1), Dr George Apostol(1), Dr Florian von Raison(1)
1. Neuroscience Development, Novartis Pharma AG, Basel, Switzerland
2.Neuroscience Development, Novartis Pharmaceutical Corporation, East Hanover, NJ, USA
3.Neuroscience Development, Novartis Healthcare Pvt. Ltd., Hyderabad, India
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Survey of Interventions and Therapies of the Early Intervention in Psychosis Service in Leicestershire
Dr Suneeta James (ST5), Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust; Dr Shiraz Ahmed, Specialty Doctor, Leicestershire Partnership
NHS Trust; Dr Nandini Chakraborty, Consultant Psychiatrist, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust
The measurement of theory of mind performance and emotion recognition in women with severe mental illness
after childbirth
Dr Kishore Babu Jeyapackiam (ST 6 General Adult Psychiatry), Prestwick Hospital, Prestwick, Manchester
A Motivational Interviewing Intervention to Reduce Cannabis Use in a PICU (Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit)
Population: Results from a Pilot Study
Dr Alexandra Joy (CT2), Mill View Hospital, East Sussex; Dr Anita Green (Dual Diagnosis Nurse Consultant), Mill View
Hospital, East Sussex
Patient’s Experiences of a Motivational Interviewing Intervention to Address Cannabis Use in a PICU (Psychiatric
Intensive Care Unit) Population: Results from a Pilot Study
Dr Alexandra Joy (CT2), Mill View Hospital, East Sussex; Dr Anita Green (Dual Diagnosis Nurse Consultant), Mill View
Hospital, East Sussex
The Mambas and the Panthers: a survey into novel psychoactive substance use on a low secure unit in Merseyside.
Findings, experiences and implementation of a management protocol
Dr Stephen Kaar, CT 3 Psychiatry, Rathbone Low Secure Unit, Liverpool, Dr Vinod Varghese, Staff Grade Psychiatry,
Rathbone Low Secure Unit, Liverpool, Dr Christine Barlow, Consultant Psychiatrist, Rathbone Low Secure Unit, Liverpool,
Dr Clare Brabbins, Consultant Psychiatrist, Rathbone Low Secure Unit, Liverpool
Association between antidepressant prescribing and suicide rates in OECD countries: an ecological study
Dr Mugdha Kamat, Specialty Registrar (StR4), Belfast City Hospital; Dr Lauren Edgar, Core Trainee Year 3, Belfast City
Hospital; Dr Peter Niblock, Specialty, Registrar (StR4), Belfast City Hospital; Ms Clìona McDowell, Biostatistician, The Royal
Hospitals, Belfast; Dr Chris Kelly Consultant Psychiatrist, Belfast City Hospital, Belfast, Northern Ireland
“Batman versus Psychiatry”
Dr Joseph Kane (CT2), Beechcroft Child & Adolescent Unit, Belfast
Using the AUDIT tool to assess co-morbid alcohol use in those receiving home based treatment (HBT) via the Crisis
Resolution and Home Treatment Team (CRHT)
Dr Sajeela Karim (ST4 Psychiatry), Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit, St Nicholas Hospital, Newcastle Upon Tyne; Dr John
Hughes (Consultant Psychiatrist), Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust; Maggie O’Leary (Band 7 Nurse)
Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust; Dr Mary-Jane Tacchi (Consultant Psychiatrist), Northumberland,
Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust
Spirituality: The Patients Views
Dr Sajeela Karim (ST4 Psychiatry) Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit, St Nicholas Hospital, Newcastle Upon Tyne; Dr Gayathri
Venkatesan (locum SHO Psychiatry) Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust; Dr James Stoddard
(Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist) Department of Forensic Psychiatry, Bamburgh Clinic, Newcastle Upon Tyne
Shift Happens: Co-creating Health in Mersey Care NHS Trust
Dr Mandy Chivers, Assistant Chief Executive, Mersey Care NHS Trust; Justine Karpusheff, Associate Researcher, Mersey Care
NHS Trust; Dr Rebeca Martinez, Consultant Psychiatrist, Mersey Care NHS Trust
Clozapine and Priapism: An Interesting Case Presentation
Dr Gursharan Kashyap, ST4, General Adult Psychiatry, South Essex Partnership Trust, Dr J K Nayar, Consultant Psychiatrist,
General Adult Psychiatry, South Essex Partnership Trust, Dr. Adnan Bashier, Associate Specialist, General Adult Psychiatry,
South Essex Partnership Trust
Simplification and Harmonization: New school in psychotherapy and rehabilitation - Different approach in the
field of psyche
Dr Ehab Amin Khalifa, Overseas Egyptian Psychiatrist, Abbasia Mental Health Hospital, Cairo- Egypt
Violence against adults with physical or mental disability in England and Wales: findings from a national crosssectional survey
Dr Hind Khalifeh (SpR) Mental Health Sciences Unit, UCL, Professor Sonia Johnson,, Dr David Osborn, Professor Louise
Howard
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Patterns of joint working practice between educational services and CAMHS
Dr Rummana Khan (ST5), University of Leicester; Helen Taylor, University of Leicester; Dr Miranda Wolpert, University
College London and Anna Freud Centre; Professor Panos Vostanis, University of Leicester
Diagnostic accuracy of tests for lithium induced polyuria
Dr James Conor Kinahan (Registrar), Department of Psychiatry, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Dublin; Dr Aoife
NiChorcoran, Dr Sean Cunningham, Dr Siobhan Barry, Dr Anthony McCarthy
Lithium and Polyuria
Dr James Conor Kinahan (Registrar), Department of Psychiatry, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Dublin; Dr Aoife
NiChorcoran, Dr Sean Cunningham, Dr Siobhan Barry, Dr Anthony McCarthy
Doctors administration time: A survey of time spent by psychiatrists on administration, when using RIO electronic
patient record system
Dr Lucy Knight (ST4), old age psychiatry, Magnolia House, Yeovil
Zuclopenthixol acetate for acute schizophrenia and similar serious mental illnesses (Review)
Dr Ajit Kumar (CT3), Aire Court, Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, Leeds; Dr Kaushadh Jayakody, Dr Roger
Carl Gibson, Mrs Shalmini Gunadasa
Awareness and impact of National Clinical Guideline Number 82 for treatment of schizophrenia
Dr Srinivas Venkata Naga Lanka (ST4), Wrexham Maelor Hospital, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, Wrexham; Dr
Muhammad Mushtaq, Bushey Fields Hospital, Dudley; Dr Dharmalingam Madurai, Bushey Fields Hospital, Dudley
A role for EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing) in the treatment of trauma in patients suffering
from a psychosis: a case series
Dr Richard Laugharne; Deborah Marshall, Jon Laugharne, Alan Hazard
Patient trust in psychiatrists
Dr Richard Laugharne, Gregory Mather, David Baker, Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, Liskeard, Cornwall
Discussing the last taboo: issues of sexuality and dementia in care homes
Dr Elizabeth Lightbody (ST5), Leverndale Hospital, Glasgow; Dr Graham Jackson, Leverndale Hospital, Glasgow; Mr
Stephen Lithgow, Glenkirk Centre, Glasgow
Should we be sniffing out Alzheimer’s disease in memory clinics?
Dr Judith Livingston, CT1 Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woolwich, London
Prevalence of ‘OCD spectrum’ disorders in a case series of patients with severe OCD
Dr G. Alice Lomax (ST5), St. George’s Higher Training Scheme for General Adult Psychiatry; Dr Lynne Drummond
(Consultant), National OCD/BDD Service, South West London and St George’s Mental Health Trust
Survey to Assess Impact of Commuting on Psychiatric Trainees in West Midlands
Dr Jayaprakash Makala (ST6) General Adult Psychiatry, North Staffordshire Combined Health Care Trust; Dr Richard
Hodgson (Consultant psychiatrist) North Staffordshire Combined Health Care Trust
Impact of the use of Balint Groups in Medical Education: Experience and Value as a Learning Tool
Dr Rebeca Martinez, Merseycare NHS Trust; Atim Laber (Medical Student), University of Liverpool; Atim Laber (Medical
Student), University of Liverpool, Dr Lydia Dodd (FY1) Royal Liverpool University Hospital, Dr Jamie Elwood (FY1)
Warrington and Halton Foundation Trust, Dr Brigitta Bende, Psychiatrie Baselland, Switzerland)
Antipsychotics and Abnormal Liver Function Tests: Systematic Review
Dr Katie FM Marwick (CT2), NHS Lothian; Dr Mark Taylor and Dr Simon W Walker, NHS Lothian
The Cardiovascular Safety of the Empirical Measurement of the Seizure Threshold in Electroconvulsive Therapy
Dr Lindsay A. M Mizen (CT3) South East Scotland Rotation; Dr Charles Morton, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, Edinburgh; Dr
Allan Scott, Royal Edinburgh Hospital, Edinburgh
Evaluation of psychiatric illness in Iranian stoma patients
Dr Homa Mohammad-Sadeghi, Psychiatry Resident at TUMS; Dr Bahar Mahjoubi, Colorectal Surgeon at Tehran University
of Medical Sciences (TUMS), Dr Mastoureh Mohammadipour, TUMS, Dr Rezvan Mirzaei, TUMS, Dr Reyhaneh Moini, TUMS
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A Comprehensive Study looking at the use of Electroconvulsive Therapy from Consultant Perspective
Dr Ambreen Naz (ST6), Mossley Hill Hospital, Liverpool; Dr Mohamed Mohamed (FY2), Mossley Hill Hospital, Liverpool; Dr
Richard Barnes, Mossley Hill Hospital, Liverpool
A survey of weight change during admission in patients in the regional medium secure unit (RSU) for Northern
Ireland, and the resultant affect on cardiovascular risk
Dr E Noble ST3, General Adult Southern Health and Social Care Trust; Dr L Armitage ST5, Forensic Psychiatry HMP
Maghaberry, Dr R Bunn, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist, Shannon Clinic
A survey of the prescribing of antipsychotics within a community mental health team (CMHT) setting
Dr Elizabeth O’Rourke (CT3), Yewcroft Centre, Birmingham; Dr Lisa Brownell, Consultant Psychiatrist, Yewcroft Centre,
Birmingham
ECT indications and outcomes: probing differences between Africa and the west
Dr Abdelgadir Osman Ass.Professor ,Head department of psychiatry , Faculty of medicine, University of Khartoum, Sudan,
Dr Zohair Elbagir Ali, Dr Khaled Abdel Kareem and Dr Nosiba Suleiman (Registrars, Sudan psychiatric training scheme)
Physician Assistants: Friends or Foes in Psychiatry?
Dr Joanna Ostler (ST5) Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Trust, Birmingham; Dr Christopher Vassilas, Birmingham
and Solihull Mental Health Trust, Birmingham; Professor Jim Parle, Primary Care Clinical Science Building, University of
Birmingham
Quality of Adolescent Outreach Service Provision
Dr Chinedu Onwuemena (Staff Grade Psychiatrist), Adolescent Outreach Team Hertfordshire; Lindsay Greenhorn
(Community psychiatric nurse), Adolescent Outreach Team Hertfordshire; Dr Angeliqueka Rao (Consultant Psychiatrist),
Adolescent Outreach Team Hertfordshire
Anticholinergic side effects of antipsychotic medications
Dr Mehmet Ozbilen, North Essex Partnership NHS Foundations Trust, Crises Resolution and Home Treatment Team,
Colchester, UK; Dr C.E. Adams
Effect of improving access to psychological therapy (IAPT) service on Community Mental Health Team (CMHT)
referrals
Dr Tayeem Pathan Consultant Psychiatrist, Woking Community Mental Health Team, Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS
Trust; Alexandra Thatcher, Assistant Psychologist
Incidence and diagnostic stability of acute and transient psychotic disorders (ICD-10 F23) in Scottish Hospitals
(Jan 1997- Dec 2010)
Dr Filippo Queirazza (ST4), Hairmyres hospital, East Kilbride; Dr. David Semple, Hairmyres hospital, East Kilbride
Ethnicity and Pathways of Care in Crisis Resolution Home Treatment Teams
Dr Rachna Rajput (CT2), Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Foundation Trust; Dr Vinod Singh, Consultant Psychiatrist
and Dr Ramanathan Ganapathy
Father Jack Syndrome: An insight into swearing in dementia
Dr Mohammed Abbas Ramji, ST5, Liaison Psychiatry; Prof George Tadros, Consultant, Liaison Psychiatry; Warwick Medical
School, Miss Maria Tadros; Medical Student, University of Birmingham
A diagnostic and management dilemma yet a successful recovery – unravelling the mystery?
Dr Saduf Riaz, Kirklands Hospital, Scotland; Dr Khalid Nawab, Kirklands Hospital, Scotland
The impact of a liaison clinic on in-patient admissions
Dr Hannah Ruth and Dr Geraldine Swift, Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Provision of spiritual and pastoral care facilities in a high-security hospital and their increased use by those of
Muslim compared to Christian faith
Dr Rizwan Saleem (ST4), West London Mental Health NHS Trust; Dr Ian Treasaden, West London Mental Health NHS Trust
and Imperial College London; Professor B. K. Puri, Hammersmith Hospital, London
Role of nurses in MHRT: survey of inpatient mental health nurses in a district general hospital in the North West
of England
Dr Sangeetha Sankarnarayanan (ST5), Royal Bolton Hospital; Dr Akila Jayasekera, Royal Bolton Hospital
Clinicians’ perspectives of shared decision making in antipsychotic prescribing
Dr Andrew Shepherd (CT2), University of Manchester; Oliver Shorthouse, University of Manchester; Professor Anne Rogers,
University of Manchester; Professor Linda Gask, University of Manchester
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Analysis of individuals attending Renfrewshire memory clinic: exploring factors which may delay presentation
Dr Matthew P Sheridan (ST5) Elderly mental health, North West Kilmarnock Area Centre, Kilmarnock, Dr Jerard
Tharumanaygam, Department of geriatric psychiatry, Larkfield Unit, Inverclyde Royal Hospital, Greenock, Dr Allah Nawaz
Khan, Department of old age psychiatry, Royal Alexandra Hospital, Paisley, Mrs Heather Mackay, Department of old age
psychiatry, Royal Alexandra Hospital, Paisley, Dr Rob Gray, Department of old age psychiatry, Royal Alexandra Hospital,
Paisley
To explore the value and role of mindfulness based therapy to help the service users on their path to recovery
Dr Amita Singh (CT1); Robert Fielding, Dr Rebeca Martinez, Merseycare NHS Trust
Audit on family/carer involvement for inpatients with schizophrenia and related disorders
Dr Inderpreet Singh (ST4), Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust; Bindweep Kaur, Research Analyst, NICE
Psychiatric in-patient hospital activity in England: Time series analysis
Dr Inderpreet Singh (ST4), Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust; Bindweep Kaur, Research Analyst, NICE
The challenges of BPSD in acute hospitals: Pharmacological Vs non-pharmacological options
Dr Amit Sinha (FY1), City Hospital Birmingham; Dr Marie Stolbrink (FY1), Huay Shan Yuen (Medical Student), Ishrat Ahmed
(Medical Student), Professor George Tadros (Professor of Psychiatry)
A Systematic Review of the Treatment of Eating Disorders among Ethnic Minorities in Western Settings
Dr Sarmila Sinha, MRCPsych
Vestibular stimulation treatment for depression: preliminary results of a clinical trial
Dr Ana Maria Soza Ried; Eduardo Tapia, Brigita Certanec, Dr Rodrigo Figueroa, Joel Reyes, Aerospace Medicine Center,
Chile
Case Series: Extra-pyramidal symptoms associated with use of aripiprazole in older adults
Dr Eileen B. Sweeney (Research Registrar), Mercer’s Institute for Research on Ageing, St. James’s Hospital, Dublin; Professor
Brian A. Lawlor
Pilot Study: Anxiety-management Groups for Elders (AGE)
Dr Eileen B. Sweeney (Research Registrar) Mercer’s Institute for Research on Ageing, St. James’s Hospital, Dublin; Ms Irene
Bruce, Professor J.B. Walsh, Dr Brian Fitzmaurice, Dr Elaine Greene, Professor Brian A. Lawlor
Is there emotional continuity from Ancient Egypt to Modern Birmingham: The dialogue of a man weary of life and
his Ba
Professor George Tadros, MBChB, DPG, MRCPsych, MD, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Foundation Trust, Professor
of Old Age Liaison Psychiatry, Warwick Medical School, University of Warwick; Christine Ghali; Maria Tadros; Dr Ahmes
Pahor; Dr Tom Harrison
Mental Health services Pakistan the primary care imitative
Dr Rizwan Taj; Prof Rachel Jenkins, Asima Khan and Zenab Ayub
Routine HIV testing of psychiatric inpatients and psychiatrists’ attitudes to testing
Dr James Tanner (ST5), Brandon Unit, Leicester; Dr Steve Dyer (CT3), Brandon Unit, Leicester; Dr Ann Boyle (Consultant),
Evington Centre, Leicester; Dr Daniel Kinnair (Consultant), Brandon Unit, Leicester
A Survey of Weight Gain in a Low Secure Forensic Environment
Dr Liz Tate (ST4) Ravenswood House Medium Secure Unit
In-between-ness: Using art to capture changes to the self during anti-depressant treatment
Dr Richard Tranter (Bangor University); Karen Heald (Glyn Dwr University), Carys Hogan (Betsi Cadwaladr University Health
Board)
Iatrogenic psychosis caused by interferon alfa: A case report
Dr Abigail Trowbridge (ST5), Scott Clinic, St Helens; Dr Gush Cronje (ST5), Dr Edward Silva (Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist),
Dr Melanie Higgins (Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist)
Patient Perspectives on information received about medication: a quantitative analysis using a validated scale
and expressed preferences for future information
Dr John Tully; Dr Faisal Alam, Dr Fintan Byrne, all: Core Trainees, University College Hospital, Galway, Ireland; Dr John Lally,
University College Hospital, Galway, Ireland; Dr Camilla Langan, Mayo Mental Health Services, Ireland
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Can an algorithm replace the expert to write an evidence based literature review?
Himanshu Tyagi MRCPsych, Springfield University Hospital, London
Comorbid depression in treatment refractory OCD - Prevalence, severity and outcome data for 179 patients
Himanshu Tyagi MRCPsych; Rupal Patel MRCPsych, Lynne M Drummond MRCP MRCPsych; National and Trustwide OCD &
BDD Service, Springfield University Hospital, London, UK
Clinical and Demographic Profile of Patients using A Liaison-Psychiatry Service in A General Practice Setting in
Abeokuta, Nigeria
Dr. Onofa Lucky Umukoro (Consultant Psychiatrist), Neuropsychiatric Hospital, Aro, Nigeria; Dr. Udofia Oscar (Consultant
Family Physician), Federal Capital Development Authority Hospital, Abuja, Nigeria; Dr. Fatiregun Akinola, (Senior Lecturer),
Department of Epidemiology, Medical Statistics and Environmental Health, University of Ibadan, Nigeria; Dr. Adebowale
Timothy, (Director of Clinical Services), Neuropsychiatric Hospital, Aro, Nigeria
An Audit of Assessment of Physical Health Needs on Admission for Inpatients with Mental Health Problems
Dr Meenakshi Verma (CT2); Claire Hoxley (ST2 Doctor), Dr Mike Jorsh (Consultant Psychiatrist, Medical Director Designate),
Glynnis Owen (Divisional Manager)
Olanzapine with Aripiprazole, a new augmentation regime in treatment resistant schizophrenia in a low secure
forensic setting – A case study
Dr. Sudhir Vusikala ( ST3 ), Leverndale Hospital, Glasgow; Dr. Pradeep Pasupuleti (Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist),
Leverndale Hospital, Glasgow
A Novel Approach to Learning – A Recipe for Success?
Dr Rosalind Ward (ST6); Dr Sherlie Arulanandam (ST5), Dr Ragini Heeramun (ST5), Dr Rajkamal Choudhury (ST6), Severn
Deanery
A comparison of the clinical characteristics and treatment outcomes of young people referred to a Specialist OCD
Clinic within two separate time periods
Dr Yim Lun Wong (CT2); Dr Georgina Krebs, Faye Barrow, Dr Cynthia Turner & Dr Isobel Heyman, National and Specialist
OCD Clinic for Young People, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
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Poster Presentations
Thursday 12 July
Hall 2
Audit/Sevice Evaluation
The Management of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) under the Home Treatment Team (HTT)
Avgi Andreou (student), University of Birmingham; Lindsey Rowley (student), University of Birmingham; Dr Lisa Brownell,
Consultant Psychiatrist and Honorary Senior Lecturer at University of Birmingham, Birmingham and Solihull Mental
Health NHS Foundation Trust; Dr Rebecca Russell (spR), Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
Service Evaluation to determine the adequacy of prescribing and administering p.r.n. psychotropic medications
Dr Iyas Assalman (ST5), Department of Psychological Medicine, Newham University Hospital, Glen Road, Plaistow, London;
Dr Amy Offer(GP Registrar), London Fields Medical Centre, London; Dr Deepti George (CT2), Hadleigh Unit, PICU, Basildon
Mental Health Unit, South Essex Partnership NHS Trust
How does group psychoeducation for bipolar disorder impact on insight, attitudes to medication and functioning?
A descriptive study
Zoe Bennetton (4th Year Medical student), Cardiff University
An audit of diagnostic services for Autism Spectrum Disorder against National Clinical Guideline Standards
Nicola Boyd (student), School of Medicine, University of Glasgow; Dr Iain McClure (Consultant), Child and Adolescent
Mental Health, Edenhall Hospital, Musselburgh; Dr Elaine Dale (Associate Specialist), Community Paediatrics, Edenhall
Hospital, Musselburgh; and Miss Lesley Sargent (Speech and Language Therapist), Edenhall Hospital, Musselburgh
Making the change: promoting improved patient knowledge and understanding of prescribed medications on an
acute mental health ward
Miss Fiona Frame (Medical Student), University of Leicester, Leicester, Miss Sally Simpson (Medical Student), University of
Leicester, Leicester, Dr Janet Bruce, Bradgate Unit, Glenfield Hospital, Leicester
An Audit cycle of a Day Hospital for Older People with Mental Illness
Dr Balamurugan Ganesan, Consultant in Old Age Psychiatry; Dr Asiya Maula, GP Registrar; Mrs Sarah Justice, Parkside Day
Hospital Manager, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust
Efficacy of Continuation Electroconvulsive Therapy in the Prevention of Depressive Relapse: A Naturalistic Chart
Review
Ms Esme Ingram (undergraduate medical student), Cardiff University; Dr Maria Atkins, Cardiff and Vale University Health
Board, Whitchurch Hospital; Ms Kara Hannigan, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, Whitchurch Hospital; Dr George
Kirov, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, Whitchurch Hospital
“Audit findings: Improving documentation of capacity to consent and explanation of medication side effects in a
large psychiatric service for people with Learning Disability”
Sarus Jain (3rd Year Medical Student), University of Liverpool; Ashwin Roy (4th Year Medical Student), University of
Manchester; Dr Fran Ward, Dr Meera Roy, Dr Ceri Richings, Dr Mark Martin, South Birmingham PCT
A unique approach: the utility and acceptability of single-session therapy for self-harm
Kelvin Leung (4th year medical student), Newcastle University; Steve Taylor (Lead manager); Prof. Douglas Turkington; Val
Tippins; Kirsty Hume; David Stone; Peter Naylor; Dr Ranjeet Shah (ST), Liaison Psychiatry, Richardson Unit, Royal Victory
Infirmary, Newcastle upon Tyne
An Assessment of a Care Pathway: Are We Giving Patients with Non-Epileptic Attack Disorder What They Need?
Namrata Madhusudan (4th Year Medical Student), University of Birmingham, UK, Hannah Cooney (4th Year Medical
Student), University of Birmingham, UK, Dr Andrea Eugenio Cavanna (Consultant Neuropsychiatrist), Department of
Neuropsychiatry, BSMHFT and University of Birmingham, UK
Adherence to NICE guidelines in prescribing clozapine
Hafsa Munshi (medical student), University of Birmingham; Karen Waldon (medical student), University of Birmingham; Dr
Imran Waheed, The Zinnia Centre, Birmingham
How accurately are psychiatrists prescribing as required medication and where should any prescribing changes
be made for better future patient outcome?
Akashdeep Nijjar (third year medical student), King’s College London
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Psychosis with problematic substance misuse: where are we?
Miss Danielle Rhydderch (Final Year Medical Student), Cardiff University School of Medicine, Cardiff; Dr Sudantha Marque
Fernando (ST5), Community Addictions Unit, Cardiff; Dr Neil Jones (Consultant Psychiatrist), Community Addictions Unit,
Cardiff
An Audit to assess Compliance with DVLA Guidelines in patients with Mania/Hypomania
Miss Richa Sinha (4th Year Medical Student), University of Manchester; Dr Jon Van Neikerk (Consultant Psychiatrist), Royal
Bolton Hospital
An Audit of Physical Health Assessment’s on Admission to a Psychiatric Inpatient Unit
Jane Stratton (medical student), University of Manchester, Dr Matthew Miller (Consultant Psychiatrist), Rivington Unit,
Bolton Directorate, Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust, Marion Nulty (physical health nurse),
Rivington Unit, Bolton Directorate, Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
Psychosis with co-existing substance misuse; management within mental health services
Lara Wann (Medical Student); Nicola Galliford (Medical Student); Andy Cantrell, Corporate Clinical Audit Project Officer,
South London and Maudsley Trust; Cheryl Kipping, Consultant Nurse, Dual Diagnosis, South London and Maudsley Trust
Research
A Nation-Wide Investigation of Patient Access to On-line Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in English NHS Mental
Health Trusts
Holly Andrewes, Mental Health and Wellbeing Centre, Gartnavel Royal Hospital; Dr David Kenicer (FY2) Gartnavel Royal
Hospital; Carrie-Anne McClay, Mental Health and Wellbeing Centre, Gartnavel Royal Hospital; Professor Chris Williams,
Mental Health and Wellbeing Centre, Gartnavel Royal Hospital
A Pilot Study of anti-NMDA receptor antibodies in psychosis
Miss Bethany Anitema (Yr 4 Student), Monash University, Australia & Newcastle University; Dr Stephen Hall, Institute
of Neuroscience, Newcastle University; Dr Niraj Ahuja, NTW Trust; Dr Sally Preston Institute of Neuroscience, Newcastle
University; Dr Patrick Keown, NTW Trust: Dr Iain McKinnon, Institute of Neuroscience, Newcastle University; Dr Mark
Baker, NUTH Trust, Newcastle; Dr Yvonne Hart, NUTH Trust, Newcastle; Dr Mark Cunningham, Institute of Neuroscience,
Newcastle University and Dr Stuart Watson, Institute of Neuroscience, Newcastle University
A Psychiatry Teaching experience overcoming stigma in a country with no Psychiatrists
Dr Amber Appleton (F2), Dr Susanna Whitwell (Consultant Psychiatrist, South London and the Maudsley, King’s College
London). As part of the Tropical Health and Education Trust
Psychiatric Doctors’ attitudes towards receiving ECT if they were to need it themselves
Dr Rehan Seddique, Consultant Psychiatrist in Acute Care, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust;
Dr Iyas Assalman (ST5) General Adult Psychiatry, East London NHS Foundation Trust; Dr Rinki Ray (ST4), Old Age Psychiatry,
Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Cross Sectional Study Of The Service Provided By The Early Intervention Team
Dr. Rajasekar Basker, Consultant Psychiatrist, 5 Boroughs Partnership NHS Trust, Dr. Wael Foad, Specialist Trainee (ST5), 5
Boroughs Partnership NHS Trust
Severe deliberate self-harm in a major trauma centre
Dr Chloe Beale (ST5), East London NHS Foundation Trust, Peter Martin, Barts and the London NHS Trust, Dr Tara Lawn, East
London NHS Foundation Trust, Dr Tim Read, East London NHS Foundation Trust
‘Suicidal feelings’: An empirically grounded construct relevant to suicide risk assessment
Ms Outi Benson, SANE, London; Dr Susanne Gibson, SANE, London; Dr Sarah L Brand, European Centre for Environment
and Human Health, Exeter University, Truro
The Effect of Emotion on Time Perception
Henry Bilton (Biomedical Science Student), Dr Kwang Lee, Professor Peter Woodruff, The Academic Unit of Psychiatry,
Northern General Hospital, Sheffield
An introduction and Evaluation of the DONCS – a new instrument designed to assess non-clinical skills in
Psychiatrists
Dr. Jim Boylan (Director of Medical Education), Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust, Dr. Andy Brittlebank
(Associate Dean for The Royal College of Psychiatrists), Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust, Dr.
Johanna Brown (CT3), Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust
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Research in Psychiatric Medical Education: Use of the Audience Response System to evaluate the assessment of
video versus live teaching
Dr Jim Boylan, (Director of Medical Education) Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust, Dr Johanna Brown (CT3)
Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust
How do care providers’ reasons for caring for people with dementia affect outcomes for the care recipient?
Dr Andrew Camden (FY1), Darent Valley Hospital, Dartford
Survey Of Psychiatric Core Trainees’ Time In Core Placement And Composition Of Out Of Hours Work Within Leeds
Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Elizabeth Cashman (CT3), Leeds Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, Sharon Nightingale, Consultant in Old Age Psychiatry,
AMD for Doctors in Training, Leeds Partnership Foundation Trust.
From foundation to completion: the cost of psychiatry training
Dr Andrew Collier (CT2), Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, Cheshire; Dr Adam Moreton (F2), Mid
Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Cheshire
Systematic Review and Meta Analysis of the Serotonin Transporter Genotype and Discontinuation from
Antidepressant Treatment
Mr Andrew A Crawford (PhD student), University of Bristol, UK; Prof. Glyn Lewis, University of Bristol, UK; Dr Sarah Lewis,
University of Bristol, UK; Prof. Marcus R Munafò, University of Bristol, UK
How do suicide-related internet sites impact on vulnerable young people?
Rachel Dakin (4th Year medical student – Lancaster University)
Is there a temporal association between sleep and mental wellbeing in the general adult population? A systematic
review of longitudinal studies of sleep and mental wellbeing
Dr Angharad de Cates (CT1 ACF), Division of Mental Health and Wellbeing, University of Warwick; Dr Saverio Stranges,
Division of Health Sciences, University of Warwick; Dr Karen Rees, Division of Health Sciences, University of Warwick;
Professor Scott Weich, Division of Mental Health and Wellbeing, University of Warwick
Naturalistic outcomes of reboxetine augmentation of Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors in depression
Saïk de La Motte de Broöns, Medical student, Cardiff University, Cardiff
The relationship between spirituality & vulnerability to depression
Dr Aarohee Desai Gupta (ST6), Enfield; Dr Rebecca Elliott, Neuropsychiatry Unit, University of Manchester; Martyn
McFarquhar, Neuropsychiatry Unit, University of Manchester; Paula Trotter, Neuropsychiatry Unit, University of Manchester;
Diana Chase, Neuropsychiatry Unit, University of Manchester; Emma Thomas, Neuropsychiatry Unit, University of
Manchester; Professor Ian Anderson, Neuropsychiatry Unit, University of Manchester
European Federation of Psychiatric Trainees (EFPT) Exchange Programme: transforming education and training
Dr Marisa Casanova Dias (ST4), Department of Mental Health Sciences, University College London, London, UK; Dr Mariana
Pinto da Costa, Hospital de Magalhães Lemos, Porto, Portugal; Nikolaus Bausch-Becker, Department of Psychiatry and
Psychotherapy, University of Luebeck, Luebeck, Germany; EFPT Exchange Working Group
Break of antipsychotic treatment of first episode psychosis associated with a five-fold increased risk of relapse
Dr Thomas Elanjithara, East London NHS Foundation Trust; Dr Toby Winton-Brown (ST6), Institute of Psychiatry, London;
Professor Philip McGuire, Institute of Psychiatry, London
The Cage
Mr Shawki El-Ghazali (Medical Student), King’s College London
Effects of the UK recession on deliberate self-harm: a study of hospital presentations
Dr Suhanthini Farrell, CT3, Prestwich Hospital, Manchester; Professor Keith Hawton, Centre for Suicide Research, Oxford
The Use of A Modified Delphi Technique to identify Quality Indicators for Medication Use in People Ageing with
Intellectual Disability and Behaviour Disorders
Bernadette Flood MPSI (PhD student) & Dr. Martin Henman, School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences, TCD, Dublin
Post-ictal psychosis in temporal lobe epilepsy: risk factors and surgical outcome
Ms Rebecca Cleary (research psychologist); Dr Pamela Thompson; Dr Jacqueline Foong, The National Hospital for
Neurology and Neurosurgery, London
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‘Dealing with uncertainty’- Short term outcomes of multi-agency policy application and stakeholder experience
of Section 136 MHA (1983 & 2007)
Mirella Genziani (MSc), St George’s, University of London; Dr Dilraj Singh (ST5), Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS
Foundation Trust, Dr Ekta Sharma, SABP NHS Foundation Trust, Dr Kevin Pankhurst, SABP NHS Foundation Trust
The use of Non-Linear and Responsive Audiovisual Material in the Teaching of Mental State Assessment
Dr Michelle Gilmore (ST6), Whiteabbey Hospital, Antrim; Dr Gillian Mc Pherson (ST6), Knockbracken Hospital; Dr Catherine
O Lynn (ST3), Mater Hospital; Professor Ciaran Mulholland, Whiteabbey Hospital
Methamphetamine Causes Hyperthermia and Dose-Dependent Liver Damage Which Contributes to
Monoaminergic Terminal Damage
Laura E. Halpin (Medical Student) and Bryan K. Yamamoto, PhD, University of Toledo College of Medicine, Toledo, Ohio,
United States
Analysis of Reflective Practice submitted for the Annual Review of Competence Progression in one Psychiatry
Specialty Training School
Dr Oliver Hands (ST6), Dr Ann Boyle, Dr Deborah Chaloner, all the Bennion Centre Leicester; Dr Sophie Davies, Westcotes
House, Leicester; Dr Rajandeep Mann, the Bradgate Unit, Leicester
Lessons from The Odyssey: Peer mentoring as an aid to developing leadership competencies in Psychiatry training
Dr Genevieve Holt (ST4), Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust; Dr Howard Ryland (CT3), Sussex Partnership NHS
Foundation Trust
Can attending a psychiatry summer school increase undergraduate interest in psychiatry and challenge
undergraduate attitudes towards the specialty?
Dr Declan Hyland, CT 2 in Old Age Psychiatry, Mossley Hill Hospital, Liverpool, Mersey Care NHS Trust; Dr Arpan Dutta, ST 6
in General Adult Psychiatry, Rathbone Rehabilitation Unit, Liverpool, Mersey Care NHS Trust; Dr Andy Chatfield, Consultant
in Old Age Psychiatry, Mossley Hill Hospital, Liverpool, Mersey Care NHS Trust
Psychiatry summer school....are medical undergraduates interested?
Dr Declan Hyland, CT 2 in Old Age Psychiatry, Mossley Hill Hospital, Liverpool, Mersey Care NHS Trust; Dr Arpan Dutta, ST 6
in General Adult Psychiatry, Rathbone Rehabilitation Unit, Liverpool, Mersey Care NHS Trust; Dr Andy Chatfield, Consultant
in Old Age Psychiatry, Mossley Hill Hospital, Liverpool, Mersey Care NHS Trust
War, terrorism and people with Intellectual Disabilities
Dr Miriam Isaac (ST6 in Psychiatry of Intellectual Disabilities), South West London and St. George’s Mental Health Trust,
Springfield Hospital, London
Salience and Habituation of Cutaneous Sensory Stimulation
Tabitha Izmirova (BMedSci), Academic Clinical Psychiatry, University Of Sheffield, Martin Slovak, Medical Physics, Prof.
Anthony Barker, Medical Physics, Dr Tom Farrow, Academic Clinical Psychiatry
Self-Harm in the UK Military
Dr Nicola T Fear, Academic Centre for Defence Mental Health, King’s College London; Lindsey Hines, Academic Centre for
Defence Mental Health, King’s College London; Kaanthan Jawahar (Medical Student), King’s College London School of
Medicine; Prof. Simon Wessely, Academic Centre for Defence Mental Health, King’s College London
VTE prophylaxis in mental health in patients: A service improvement project
Dr Josie Jenkinson (ST4 and Clinical Lecturer), Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London
Promotion of school mental health programme in Pakistan - a whole school approach
Asima Mehboob Khan, Dept. of psychiatry, Pakistan Institute of Medical sciences, Islamabad, Pakistan Rachel Jenkins,
Kings college, London, Stuart Lancashire, Kings college , London, Zenab Ayub, Dept. of psychiatry, Pakistan Institute of
Medical sciences, Islamabad, Pakistan and Rizwan Taj, Dept. of psychiatry ,Pakistan Institute of Medical sciences, Islamabad
Pattern of Self-Harm in Highlands
Dr Priya Khanna (ST6), Royal Derby Hospital, Derby; Julia Moran, Mental Health Liaison Nurse, Inverness, Kirsten McEwan,
Research Psychologist, Derby
Depression following Subarachnoid Haemorrhage with minimal neurological deficit: Case series
Dr Nismen Lathif (ST4), Mersey Care NHS Trust, Liverpool, Dr Kubendra Naidoo, Consultant Psychiatrist, Mersey Care NHS
Trust, Liverpool, Dr Catherine Willis, Staff grade Psychiatrist, Mersey Care NHS Trust, Liverpool
Does changing unhelpful beliefs about illness improve patient outcomes? A systematic review of the psychosocial
interventions based on Levanthal’s Common Sense Model
Nasiha Lindner, MBBS yr 4 student, King’s College London; Professor John Weinman, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College
London, and; Mr Christopher D Graham, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London
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Linking maternal infection to behavioral problems: effects of inflammation on mouse embryonic development
Mary-Ellen Lynall (Medical Student), Medical Sciences Division, Oxford University; Dr Helen Stolp, Department of
Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics, Oxford University; Dr Jan Scholz, Mouse Imaging Laboratory, Hospital for Sick
Children, Toronto; Dr Jurgen Schneider, Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics, Oxford University; Professor Zoltan
Molnar, Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics, Oxford University; Professor Daniel Anthony, Department of
Pharmacology, Oxford University
‘Safer Self-Harm’? – Is a harm minimisation approach to repeated self injury applicable in an adolescent inpatient
psychiatric unit?
Serin Maidlow (4th year medical student)
Experience of participation in Medical Education among Psychiatric trainees working in East Midlands Deanery
Dr Asad Malik, ST6; Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust, Kingsmill Hospital, Nottinghamshire
Psychiatric Palliative Care, a new dimension
Dr Valsa Mannali (Consultant Psychiatrist); Dr Chioma Njoku (Speciality Doctor); Dr. Christopher Lord (CT3); Dr Nicola
Naven (CT3), New Craigs Hospital, NHS Highland, Inverness, Scotland
Management of Psychosis in Sarcoidosis - A Liaison Psychiatry dilemma
Dr Vimal Mannali (CT3), Dr. Ram Kamat (ST4) and Dr. Malcolm Hawthorne (Consultant Psychiatrist)
Action Learning Sets as a tool to facilitate Psychiatry Trainees’ research: exploratory study
Dr Rebeca Martinez, Dr Johannes Cronje (ST5), Dr Sunil Kumar (ST5), Dr Oscar Alvarez (ST4), Dr Wael Foad (ST6), Dr Nismen
Lathif (ST5) Merseycare NHS Trust
Epidemiology and trend of suicides in a mental health care trust (1996 – 2010): Impact for service review and
suicide reduction strategy
Dr Rebeca Martinez, Dr Nishanth Babu Mathew, Mr Steve Morgan, Dr Clare Brabbins, Merseycare NHS Trust
Comparison of one day and three day Child Psychiatry undergraduate placements on attitudes to Child Psychiatry
as a career
Dr James McDonald SR, Lucena Clinic Dublin, Prof. Fiona McNicholas, Lucena Clinic Dublin, Cliana Doyle Research
Assistant, Lucena Clinic Dublin
Does a promotional FY2 event influence consideration of psychiatry as a career choice?
Dr Subbarayan, ST, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Trust, Dr Gabrielle Milner, Consultant, Birmingham and Solihull
Mental Health Trust
Are Second Generation Antipsychotic Better for the Brain? A Systematic Review
Dr Himanshu Mistry (ST6 in General Adult Psychiatry), St. Ann’s Hospital, London
Ideal Body Shape in the Chinese Media Resists Western Cultural Ideals
Miss Josephine J. Y. Mo (Student) Durham University, Durham and Institute of Neuroscience, Medical Faculty, Newcastle
University; Miss Sylwia Oles, Institute of Neuroscience, Medical Faculty, Newcastle University; Dr Martin J. Tovée Institute
of Neuroscience, Medical Faculty, Newcastle University
A study to identify the views of CAMHS practitioners in Enfield (an outer London borough) about young people
with substance misuse problems
Dr Louise Morganstein (ST6 Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, SAFE), Dr Raj Sekaran (Consultant Child and Adolescent
Psychiatrist, SAFE)
The portrayal of schizophrenia in film over the decades
Ann Nainan (Medical Student: 4th year). University of Keele
Insight and neurocognition in psychosis: a comprehensive meta-analysis
Dr Akshay Nair (CT1/ACF), Institute of Psychiatry, London; Prof. Andre Aleman, University of Groningen; Prof. Anthony
David, Institute of Psychiatry, London
History of Abuse in Young Homeless People and it’s association with Depressive Symptoms and Deliberate SelfHarm
Dr Balamurugan Nambi (ST6), Dr Pallab Majumder (ST6), Prof. Panos Vostanis, Greenwood Institute of Child Health
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Risperidone use in children with Learning Disability and changes in Body Mass Index in a year time. (Retrospective
Study)
Dr Haroon Raja (Specialty doctor), South West Yorkshire NHS Trust; Dr Midhu Raju (FY2), Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS
Trust; Dr Shankar Skuchibatla (ST5), School of Psychiatry-North West; Dr Barbara Easby (Consultant Psychiatrist, Leeds and
York NHS Trust); Dr Manoj Narayan (ST5), Leeds and York NHS Trust
Use of section 5(2) of Mental Health Act in psychiatric inpatient units – a trust wide audit
Dr Jamshid Nazari, ST4, Leeds Partnership NHS Foundation Trust; Dr Ivana Markova, Consultant Psychiatrist, Humber NHS
Foundation Trust
Neural basis of auditory prediction error is dissociated within temporal cortex
Ms Jadwiga Nazimek, Dr Michael Hunter, Prof. Iain Wilkinson, Prof. Peter Woodruff, Sheffield Cognition And Neuroimaging
Laboratory (SCANLab), Academic Clinical Psychiatry, Department of Neuroscience, University of Sheffield, UK
Who gets discharged from hospital by a Crisis Team?
Dr Charles Dixon, Consultant Adult Psychiatrist, Urgent and Inpatient Care, Devon Partnership NHS Trust; Dr Tanya Nelson,
Consultant Adult Psychiatrist, Crisis Resolution Team, Devon Partnership NHS Trust; Dr Andrew Blewett, Community
Consultant Adult Psychiatrist, Devon Partnership NHS Trust; Professor Sonia Johnson, Department of Mental Health
Sciences University College, London
Role of Antiepileptic Drugs and Arousal Intolerance in Management of Non Epileptic Seizures – a Case Example
Dr Maureen O’Callaghan (registrar), Craig Chigwedere, Dr. Michael McDonough, St Patrick’s University Hospital, Dublin
Is dualism between psychotherapy and medication still observed in clinical practice? A case note survey of
medication use at point of referral to psychotherapy
Dr Elizabeth Ogston, Consultant Psychiatrist, Stobhill Psychotherapy Clinic, Glasgow, Dr Beth McHugh (ST 6), Forth Valley
Hospital, Forth Valley
What do psychotherapy patients seek help for? – A thematic analysis of the written responses of sixty patients
“opting in” to psychodynamic psychotherapy
Dr Beth McHugh (ST6), Forth Valley Royal Hospital, Forth Valley, Dr Elizabeth Ogston, Consultant Psychiatrist, Stobhill
Psychotherapy Clinic, Glasgow
Prevalence of Depression and anxiety disorders in perinatal Sudanese women
Dr Abdelgadir Osman, Ass.Professor, Head of department of psychiatry, Faculty of medicine, University of Khartoum,
Sudan, Dr Tayseer Yasin, Dr Abdelaziz Awadaseed (registrars in Sudan psychiatric training scheme), Dr Hussein Suliaman
(psychologist in Khatoum neuropsychiatric centre)
Rapid Opiate Detox in the Community: an option in the recovery agenda?
Dr Priyantyhi Gunawardena, and Dr. Ruby Osorio, Addictions Directorate, CNWL Mental Health Foundation Trust; London
Retention factors affecting migrant psychiatrists from low- and middle- income countries
Prianka Padmanathan (intercalating medical student), James N Newell MSc PhD
An investigation into the possible role of septohippocampal acetylcholine in anxiety
Miss Anna Francis (Medical Student), University of Oxford; Miss Shivani Patel (Medical Student), University of Oxford
Stigma of Mental illness in Indian Armed Forces
Prof Alhad A Pawar, Army College of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, Ms Ameetha Peters, Psychiatric Nursing Matron, Military
Hospital Jabalpur, Ms Jyoti Rathod, Clinical Psychologist, INHS Asvini, Mumbai
Clues in the Puzzle of Recruitment: Impressions of Psychiatry Training in British Medical Schools
Dr Emma Peagam (FY1), Royal Bolton Hospital, Bolton; Professor Paul Baker, Royal Bolton Hospital, Bolton
How does detention under mental health legislation affect your future?
Dr Brian Gillatt, Rowanbank Clinic, Glasgow, Dr Andrea Perry (StR5), Goldenhill Resource Centre, Glasgow; Catherine
Parkes, Research Assistant, Douglas Inch Centre, Glasgow
Teaching to Learn – Learning to Teach: The Role of Peer Teaching in the Personal Development of Medical Students
Muhammad Atif, Katie Evans, Meriki Hill, Hannah Keen, Adam Monsell, Kiran Patel, Anita Phung and Olivia Stredder;
medical students
A survey of Trainer’s perception of qualitative & quantitative structure for CMHT based Working Age adult SHO
Training Posts
Dr I Piracha (StR3), Northern Deanery; Dr B Owen, Training Programme Director, Northern Deanery; Dr A Mishra, Consultant
Psychiatrist, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear (NTW) NHS Trust
An evaluation of a programme of teaching to develop Clinical Supervision Skills using a model of Medical
Communication
Dr Imran Piracha, StR3, Northern Deanery, Dr A Brittlebank, Consultant Psychiatrist & Director of Medical Education
Northumberland, Tyne and Wear (NTW) NHS Foundation Trust
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Attitudes to psychiatry as a profession: a survey of UK medical students
Dr Alexandra Pitman (ST5), MRC Research Fellow, UCL Mental Health Sciences Unit, London, Dr Kurt Buhagiar (ST6),
Honorary Research Fellow, UCL Mental Health Sciences Unit, London
The impact of suicide bereavement on young adults: preliminary results of a national survey
Dr Alexandra Pitman (ST5), MRC Research Fellow, UCL Mental Health Sciences Unit, London, Dr David Osborn, Reader in
Community Psychiatric Epidemiology, UCL Mental Health Sciences Unit, London, Professor Michael King, Professor of
Primary Care Psychiatry, UCL Mental Health Sciences Unit, London
Opioid maintenance treatment in opioid dependence in prison
Dr S Prasad (ST4), Dr SG Mani (ST5), Dr. S Mayet (Consultant Psychiatrist)
Prevalence and associations of Depressive symptoms in ADHD
Dr Mostafa Ahmed Bastawy (lecturer of psychiatry faculty of medicine MISR university for sciences and technology) and
Dr Samah Hamed Rabei (lecturer of psychiatry faculty of medicine MISR university for sciences and technology)
Psychiatric morbidity, Suicidality and Quality of Life in Renal Dialysis Patients
Dr Mostafa Ahmed Bastawy (Lecturer of Psychiatry Faculty of Medicine Misr University for Sciences and Technology) and
Dr Samah Hamed Rabei (Lecturer of Psychiatry Faculty of Medicine Misr University for Sciences and Technology)
Resilience Factors in Junior Doctors working in a Psychiatric Hospital: A Qualitative Study
Dr Habeebul Rahman, National Healthcare Group, Singapore
Survey of Deliberate Self Harm in the under 25s presenting to Accident & Emergency
Dr Mohammed Abbas Ramji, ST5, Liaison Psychiatry; Dr Maria Peters, Associate Specialist, Liaison Psychiatry; Dr Dhruba
Bagchi, Consultant, Liaison Psychiatry
Provision of and Barriers to Psychotherapy Training in Wales
Dr Ranjini R Rao, ST6 Gen Adult Psychiatry, Aneurin Bevan Health Board, Dr Ben Shooter, Speciality Doctor Adult Psychiatry,
Aneurin Bevan Health Board
The “Out of Hours” Experiences – A Welsh Perspective
Dr Ranjini R Rao, ST6 Gen Adult Psychiatry, Aneurin Bevan Health Board, Dr Scott Hall, ST6, Gen Adult Psychiatry, Cardiff
and Vale University Health Board
Pathological stealing in learning disability – a diagnostic challenge
Dr Saduf Riaz, Kirklands Hospital, Scotland; Dr Aaron Sam, Kirklands hospital, Scotland; Dr Khalid Nawab, Kirklands
Hospital, Scotland
Interbirth Spacing and Offspring Mental Health Outcomes
Dr Daniel Vincent Riordan, Consultant Psychiatrist, West Cork Mental Health Services, Bantry, Co. Cork, Ireland. Affiliations
at time of work: NHS Highland, Inverness; Centre for Rural Health Research and Policy, Inverness, Carole Morris, NHS
Scotland Information Services Division, Edinburgh; Joanne Hattie, NHS Scotland Information Services Division, Edinburgh,
Dr Cameron Stark, Consultant in Public Health, NHS Highland, Inverness, Centre for Rural Health Research and Policy,
Inverness
Attitude towards Mental illness and Psychiatry among the Medical students and Interns in a University Medical
College
Dr Ajay Risal, MD (Psychiatry), Lecturer/ Psychiatrist, Department of Psychiatry, Dhulikhel Hospital, Kathmandu University
School of Medical Sciences (KUSMS); Dr Pushpa Prasad Sharma, Professor, Department of Psychiatry, KUSMS; Mr
Seshananda Sanjel, Lecturer, Department of Community Medicine, KUSMS, Dhulikhel, Kavre, Nepal
Who is in hospital who doesn’t need to be there?
Dr Hannah Ruth (ST5), Dr James Morris (F1), Dr Vineel Reddy (ST5), Dr Phil Elliott, Mr Nigel Crompton, Dr Kausik Chatterjee,
and Dr Geraldine Swift, Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, Countess of Chester Hospital NHS
Foundation Trust
A retrospective cohort study describing admissions to a London Trust’s Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit beds over
one year
Dr Michael Rutherford (CT2), Sutton Hospital, Surrey; Aileen O’Brien, St George’s Medical School, London; Doreen Attard
(ST6), Springfield Hospital, London; Benjamin Cramer (medical student), St George’s Medical School
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Psychological involvement and substance abuse in patients with CAD Requires angiography
Mitra Safa MD, Associated professor of psychiatry. Chronic Respiratory Disease Research Center. Masih Daneshvari
Hospital, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Mohammad Reza Masjedi, Associated Professor of pulmonary
disease, Chronic Respiratory Disease Research Center, NRITLD, Masih Daneshvari Hospital, Shahid Beheshti University
of Medical Sciences, Mehrdad Namdary, Associated professor of cardiology, Lorestan University of Medical Sciences,
Firouzeh Talischi MD, Assistance professor of internal medicine, Massih Daneshvari Hospital, Shahid Beheshti University of
Medical Sciences, Mandaba Saki PhD, PHD of psychology, Lorestan University of Medical Sciences
Evaluation of the severity of anxiety disorders in COPD patients referred to Masih Danshvari hospital
Mitra Safa M.D. Saeed Falah Tafti M.D. Firouzeh Talischi M.D. Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Iran
The Relationship between Substance Abuse and COPD in Hospital Patients
Mitra Safa, MD.; Firouzeh Talischi, MD.; Saeid Fallah Tafti, MD, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Iran
Metabolic effects of olanzapine and risperidone in patients with psychotic disorders
Parivash Safa, Master degree of Nutrition Sciences, Forensic Medicine Organization ,MA; Khashayar Mirab Zadeh, General
Physician, Professional Clinic of Psychiatry, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, M D. , Fatemeh Ghassem
Boroujerdi, Master degree of Psychology, Massih Daneshvari Hospital MA., Mandana Saki PhD, PhD of Psychology,
Lorestan University of Medical Sciences
Efficacy of Haloperidol Vs Levosulpiride Injection in Patients with Acute Psychosis: A Randomized Double-Blind
Study
Dr Sagar Lavania, Department of Psychiatry, Sarojini Naidu Medical College, Agra, India; Dr Samir Kumar Praharaj,
Department of Psychiatry, Kasturba Medical College, Manipal, India; Dr Harinder Singh Bains, Nottinghamshire healthcare
NHS Trust, UK; Dr. Vishal Sinha, Department of Psychiatry, Sarojini Naidu Medical College, Agra, India
The subjective experience and phenomenology of post-psychotic depression: a qualitative study using photoelicitation
Amrita Sandhu (4th year medical student), University of Birmingham; Dr Rachel Upthegrove, Early Intervention Service,
Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust; Dr Jonathan Ives; Centre for Biomedical Ethics, University
of Birmingham
An exploration of Core Psychiatry Trainees experience of and thoughts surrounding personal psychotherapy
within the London’s University College London Partners (UCLP) training scheme
Dr. Shivanthi Sathananthan (CT3) - Barnet, Enfield & Haringay Mental Health Trust, Dr. Darren Van Bull (CT3) – Camden &
Islington Mental Health Trust
A systematic Review of Eating Disorders in people with Learning Disabilities
Claire Seddon, Dr Neel Halder, Dr Nasim Chaudhry
Prevalence of Migraine in Schizophrenia
Dr Kouser Jan Shaik, Newsam Centre, Leeds; Dr Valentina Braja, Newsam Centre, Leeds; Dr Tariq Mahmood, Becklin Centre,
Leeds
Evaluation of age-related cognitive deficits in a transgenic mouse model, APPswe/PS1d9, of Alzheimer’s disease
Eshaa Sharma (Year 4) Medical Student, The University of Nottingham; Tanya Lachman (Year 4) Medical Student, The
University of Nottingham; Marie-Christine Pardon, Senior RCUK Fellow, Translational Neuroscience, Faculty of Medicine &
Health Sciences, The University of Nottingham
Is there a significant interaction between life adversity and the brain-derived neurotrophic factor gene in mood
disorders?
Celia Shiles, Year 3 Medical Student at King’s College London, Dr. Georgina Hosang, MRC Social, Genetic and Developmental
Psychiatry Centre, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London
A Clinical Qualitative study of Psychological Issues in Contemporary Mid-Adolescence
Dr Aniket D Shukla, Senior Resident, Dept of Psychiatry, NIMHANS, Bangalore, Dr Shekhar Seshadri, Professor, Dept of
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, NIMHANS, Dr. Satish C. Girimaji, Professor, Dept of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, NIMHANS,
Dr. Shoba Srinath, Professor, Dept of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, NIMHANS, (National Institute of Mental Health and
Neurosciences, Bangalore)
What is the point of substance misuse screening? Acceptance rate of intervention for identified patients with
substance misuse in a Central London Hospital
Dr Chun Chiang Sin Fai Lam (CT2) South Kensington and Chelsea Mental Health Centre, Dr Jose Catalan, South Kensington
and Chelsea Mental Health Centre, Dr Edwina Williams, South Kensington and Chelsea Mental Health Centre
Exploring Leeds and Hull-York Medical School medical students’ attitudes and Leeds and York consultant
psychiatrists’ attitudes to psychiatric teaching using a questionnaire study design
Dr Gurdaval Singh, ST6, Newsam Centre, Leeds
The effect of a family history of major depression on the outcome of electroconvulsive therapy
Ceri Smith (Medical Student), Cardiff University School of Medicine, Cardiff
The failure of Community Treatment Orders, who’s to blame?
Dr Michael Smith (ST5 in Forensic Psychiatry, Yorkshire Deanery), Dr Alastair Cardno (Senior Lecturer in Psychiatry, Leeds
Institute of Health Sciences), Jeffrey Barlow (Head of Mental Health Legislation, Leeds Partnership Foundation Trust), Dr
Tim Branton (Consultant Psychiatrist, Associate Medical Director for Mental Health, Leeds Partnership Foundation Trust)
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Applications of the ‘nudge’ agenda to well-being and innovation in mental health: experiences of mindfulness in
East Sussex
Kate Spiegelhalter (PhD), School of Law Politics and Sociology, University of Sussex, Falmer, East Sussex
One for the road; should we assess alcohol use more robustly in the context of risk in cases of self harm?
Beth Stuart-Cole (CT1), Priory Day Hospital, North Tyneside Hospital, Northumbria Health Care Trust
Opinions about Management of Substance Use Disorders from the Perspective of Doctors in Latvia
Dr Velga Sudraba (prePhD), Riga Stradins University, Riga Center of Psychiatry and Addiction Disorders, Riga; Assoc.
Professor Dr Elmars Rancans, Riga Stradins University, Department of Psychiatry and Addiction Disorders, Riga; Assoc.
Professor Dr Inga Millere, Riga Stradins University, Faculty of Nursing, Riga, Latvia
Is there a baby in the bathwater? Arguments for retaining the option of psychodynamic therapy for psychosis
Dr Alison Summers MBChB, MRCPsych, Consultant psychiatrist, Lancashire Care NHS Trust, Professor Bent Rosenbaum
MD, DMSci, Department of Psychology, University of Copenhagen
Mental health needs and service use in Indian and White adolescents in the UK
Dr Nadzeya Svirydzenka, University of Leicester, Greenwood Institute of Child Health, Leicester; Professor Nisha Dogra,
University of Leicester, Greenwood Institute of Child Health, Leicester; Professor Panos Vostanis, University of Leicester,
Greenwood Institute of Child Health, Leicester
Symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Following Exposure to Major Motorcycle Trauma
Dr Nicola Thomas, ST6, Sheffield Health & Social Care NHS Foundation Trust, Sheffield; Professor Malcolm Peet, Early
Intervention in Psychosis Team, Rotherham
Survey of Inner City Adult Psychiatry Outpatient non-attendance rates
Alex Till, 5th Year Medical Student, University of Leicester, Dr. Ian Randall, F1, Northampton General Hospital, Dr Sheila
Dawson, (Consultant General Adult Psychiatrist), Brandon mental Health Unit, Dr. Daniel Kinnair (Consultant General Adult
Psychiatrist), Brandon mental Health Unit
Reduced leave violation, increased unescorted leave and cost saving following introduction of Electronic
Monitoring in a medium secure forensic psychiatry service
Dr John Tully (Specialty Doctor and Researcher in Forensic Psychiatry); Mr David Hearn; Dr Paula Murphy, all South
London and Maudsley Foundation Trust; Professor Thomas Fahy, Institute of Psychiatry and South London and Maudsley
Foundation Trust
The longitudinal course of behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia
Miss Rianne van der Linde (PhD candidate), University of Cambridge, Department of Public Health and Primary Care,
Cambridge; Dr Tom Dening, Fulbourn Hospital, Cambridge; Professor Carol Brayne, University of Cambridge, Department
of Public Health and Primary Care, Cambridge
Developing Reflective Writing among Psychiatry Students
Niall Watts, Media Services, University College Dublin, Ireland, Dr Allys Guerandel, St. Vincent’s University Hospital, Ireland,
Dr Kieran O’Loughlin, University College Dublin School of Medicine & Medical Science, Ireland, Dr Geraldine O’Neill,
Teaching & Learning, University College Dublin, Ireland, Professor Kevin Malone, St. Vincent’s University Hospital, Ireland
Hypnagogic and hypnopompic auditory hallucinations: predisposing factors
Miss Webster, K (BMedSci), Dr Hunter, M.D., Prof. Woodruff, P.W.R.
A register of women referred to the Perinatal Mental Health Service during pregnancy with regard to their physical
and mental health and that of their baby – A review of a three year pilot study
Dr Jennifer Whitmore (Associate Specialist), Dr Giles Berrisford (Consultant), Birmingham Perinatal Mental Health Service,
The Barberry, Birmingham
Suicide Reporting in the British Media: A Qualitative Study of the Attitudes of Media Professionals Towards Suicide
Reporting
Dr Gemma Williams (ST4), Cwm Taf Health Board
Fostered childrens’ attitudes towards their birth parents and foster carers: A qualitative study
Dr Kamran Ahmed ST6 Darsi Fellowship SLAM rotation, Dr Laurie Windsor ST4 Exmouth CMHT, Devon Partnership Trust,
Professor Stephen Scott National Academy for Parenting Research
Mental Health Review Tribunals – Appeals and Outcomes
Dr Rashmi Yadav ST4, General Adult Psychiatry, Leeds and York Partnerships NHS Foundation Trust
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Awareness and Recognition of Traumatic Stress Disorder in Primary Healthcare Settings
Dr Mehboob Yaqub (Locum Specialty Doctor), Halton General Hospital Runcorn, England, Dr Frank Corrigan, Argyll and
Bute Hospital, Lochgilphead, Scotland, Dr Rajdeep Routh (ST4), Inverclyde Royal Hospital, Greenock, Scotland, Dr Paul
Richardson, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, England
HoNOS is Beautiful
Dr David Yeomans, Leeds & York Partnership NHS FoundationTrust
Living IT: Reducing early mortality from co-morbid physical disease in Severe Mental Illness using an information
intervention
Dr David Yeomans, Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust; Kate Dale, Kate Hopkins
Olympic Winning
Dr Val Yeung (ST6), Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust
Can Psychiatrists Help Tomorrow’s Doctors Prepare for work on the Foundation Programme?
Dr Val Yeung (ST6) and Dr Katie Williams (ST4), Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust; Dr Ben di Mambro, (Consultant and
Associate Clinical Sub-Dean), University of Nottingham
Dispelling dyslexia with Omega-3 – Fishy findings or factual evidence?
Dr Val Yeung (ST5), Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Derbyshire NHS Foundation Trust, Dr Elizabeth Liddle (Lecturer),
University of Nottingham
Audiovisual Binding and Threat Perception
Hazel Yildirim (BMedSci); Dr Paul Birkett; Prof Peter Woodruff
Correlates of perceived stress, coping styles and psychological morbidity among three classes of medical students
in a Nigerian medical school: a comparative study
Dr. Yussuf, Abdullah Dasliva (MB;BS, FMCPsych., Cert. HP&Mgt., Cert. HIMgt.), Dept. of Behavioural Sciences, College of
Health Sciences, University of Ilorin; Dr. Issa Baba Awoye (MB;BS, FWACP, MPH, Cert. HIMgt.), Dept. of Behavioural Sciences,
College of Health Sciences, University of Ilorin; Dr. Buhari, Oluwabunmi Ideraoluwa (MB;BS, FWACP, Cert. HP&Mgt.), Dept.
of Behavioural Sciences, College of Health Sciences, University of Ilorin
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Poster Presentations
Friday 13 July
Hall 2
Audit/Sevice Evaluation
An audit of the Appropriateness of Referral to a Regional Specialist Affective Disorders service
Dr Oluyemi Adekunte ,CT3 Psychiatry, Dr R Hamish McAllister-Williams, Lead Clinician and Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist
Regional Affective Disorder Service, Northumberland Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust
Audit of the Use of Section 17 Leave in a Male Medium Secure Forensic Unit
Dr Adeniyi Adetoki (CT3), Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
A survey of the outcomes for patients treated in an Early Intervention Service in Solihull – over a 3year period
Dr Ted Agadagba, (ST4), Park House, North Manchester General Hospital, Manchester; Dr Erin Turner (Consultant
Psychiatrist), Early Intervention Services, Newington centre, Solihull
Trust-wide audit of the use of section 17 leave forms across three hospital sites
Dr Ted Agadagba, (ST4), Park House, North Manchester General Hospital, Manchester; Dr Afshan Khawaja, (Consultant
Psychiatrist), North Manchester General Hospital
An audit of current practices of Physical Health checks monitoring in acute psychiatric wards
Dr Fayyaz Ahmad (ST5), Newcraigs Hospital, Scotland; Barbara Broadie (clinical governance), Newcraigs Hospital, Scotland;
Dr Azaghunidhi Rajan (CT3), Newcraigs Hospital, Scotland
The implementation of the ‘Triage’ system of acute in-patient care in a mental health Trust
Dr Kamran Ahmed, (Darzi Fellow, ST6) Central & North West London NHS Foundation Trust; Samuel Owiredu, Business and
Information Analyst, Central & North West London NHS Foundation Trust; Dr Rizkar Amin, Central & North West London
NHS Foundation Trust; Dr Con Kelly, Central & North West London NHS Foundation Trust
An Audit on the review of the Recovery, Response and Review Model of a local CMHT
Dr Adeola Akinola (ST5), Jocelyn Solly resource Centre, Macclesfield; Dr Ruth Sanderson (CT3), Jocelyn Solly resource
Centre, Macclesfield
Prescribing Practice of Antipsychotic Medications in the Treatment of Psychotic illnesses within the Leicestershire
County Assertive Outreach Team
Dr Qutaiba Al Hillawi, Specialty Doctor, Bradgate Unit, Leicester; Dr Ayesha Ahmed, Consultant Psychiatrist; Harrington
Unit, Royal Hospital, Chesterfield; Dr Fabida Noushad, Consultant Psychiatrist, Bradgate Unit, Leicester
Antipsychotics and Patients’ Choice: an audit in Early Intervention Team
Dr Mustafa Alachkar, ST4 in Psychotherapy and Adult Psychiatry, Gaskell House, Greater Manchester West NHS Trust
Are inpatients routinely assessed for venous-thrombo-embolism on admission?
Dr Hasanen Al-Taiar, Core Trainee in Psychiatry (CT2); Dr Charlotte Allan, Advanced Trainee in Psychiatry (ST4); Dr Alexandra
Lewis, Core Trainee in Psychiatry (CT2); Dr Gurjiven Hothi, Core Trainee in Psychiatry (CT1), Oxford Health NHS Foundation
Trust
Re-Audit: The satisfaction of service Users about the work and services provided by the South Cherwell Community
Mental Health Team (Julier Centre), 2012
Dr Hasanen Al-Taiar, Core Specialty registrar in psychiatry (ST2); Dr Denis O’Leary (Consultant Psychiatrist), Head of Oxford
School of Psychiatry, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust
Diagnosis of Asperger’s Syndrome in Adults with Intellectual Disability: An Audit
Dr Hayley Andrews (CT2), Glenfrith Hospital, Leicester; Dr Reza Kiani, Glenfrith Hospital, Leicester; Dr S. Bhaumik, Glenfrith
Hospital, Leicester
Monitoring of Renal Function for Patients on Long-Term Lithium: An Audit
Dr Zarina Anwar, Brandon Mental Health Unit, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust; Dr Ruchit Sood (ST6), Bradgate Mental
Health Unit, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust; Dr Sarfaraz Nawaz (CT1), Bradgate Mental Health Unit, Leicestershire
Partnership NHS Trust; Dr Manjunath Minajagi, Bradgate Mental Health Unit, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust
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Rapid access plans – A new hope ?
Dr Sherlie Arulanandam (ST5), Southmead Hospital, Bristol; Dr Sofia Efstratiou, Surrey and Borders NHS Trust
The Safety of Interview Rooms in Learning Disability: comparing in-patient and out-patient rooms with General
Adult Psychiatry rooms within Mersey Care NHS Trust
Dr Mark Barsoum (CT3), Bowmere Hospital, Chester; Dr S Shamas-Ud-Din (Consultant in LD psychiatry), Olive Mount
Mansion, Liverpool
An audit into the use of Antipsychotics in all patients with a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease within Chester
OPCMHT
Dr Mark Barsoum (CT3), Bowmere Hospital, Chester; Dr Kumar (Consultant), Bowmere Hospital, Chester
Inter-professional Education (IPE): is it PIE in the sky?
Dr Mark Barsoum (CT3), Bowmere Hospital, Chester; Dr M Sawa, Consultant Psychiatrist, Kent. Dr Brown (Consultant in
Rehabilitation Psychiatry), Rathbone Hospital, Liverpool
Every contact counts: An audit investigating the extent to which psychiatry trainees maximise the opportunity for
physical health assessment when admitting patients to psychiatric hospital
Dr Katherine Beck (CT1); Dr Lucy Stephenson (CT1), Dr Barbara Brayford (CT1), Dr Lucy Wilford (CT1), Dr Lucy Potter (CT1)
and Dr Sajid Suleman (Consultant Psychiatrist), Ladywell Unit, University Hospital, Lewisham
Using the General Health Questionnaire (GHQ-12) to assess the mental health of male detainees at an Immigration
Removal Centre
Dr Katherine Beck (CT1), Ladywell Unit, University Hospital, Lewisham; Vanessa Baugh, South East London Health
Protection Unit, London; Dr Emma Plugge, Department of Public Health, Oxford
Passing on the Baton: An Audit of Trainee Psychiatrist’s Handover
Dr Ruth Bevan (ST5), Shannon House, TEWV NHS Foundation Trust; Dr Arun Gupta, Consultant Psychiatrist, Cherry Knowle
Hospital, NTW NHS Foundation Trust, Dr Akshya Vasudev, Assistant Professor of Geriatric Psychiatry and Medicine, The
University of Western Ontario, London, Canada
Psychotropic pro re nata (PRN) medication in elderly psychiatric inpatients: A retrospective review of
documentation and clinical practice
Dr Ruchi Bhalla (CT1 Psychiatry), The Limes Nursing Home, Southall, West London Mental Health NHS Trust; Dr. Sujoy
Mukherjee (Consultant Old Age Psychiatrist), The Limes Nursing Home, Southall, West London Mental Health NHS Trust
Mental Health Comorbidity In An Addiction Day Service Population
Dr Suresh Bheemaraddi (ST6); Dr Iain Smith (Consultant Psychiatrist)
The Impact of Electronic Recording of Psychiatric Assessments on Core Trainees
Dr Philippa Bolton (ST5) The Tranwell Unit, Gateshead; Dr Joanne Parry (CT2), Northgate Hospital, Morpeth and Dr Diana
Lyons, Tranwell unit, Gateshead
Audit on Sexual side effects of psychotropic medication
Dr Teresa Borrell, Consultant Psychiatrist Greenthorne Clinic, NELFT; Dr Saheem Gul (ST4) NELFT
Placement Efficiency Project – addressing the issue of Out of Area Placements
Dr Sabina Burza (SpR); Debbie Friel, Arthur Yong, Charity Ntaisi, Nigel Bye, Della Olympio, Meera Mistry, Sara Poutney,
Sarah Khan, Robyn Doran (all based within Central Northwest London NHS Foundation Trust)
A retrospective audit of the usage and monitoring of Mood Stabilising drugs within a Community Recovery Team
Dr Lisa Campbell (ST5), Holywell Hospital, Antrim, Northern Ireland; Sandra Hogg, Limavady Recovery Team, Limavady,
Northern Ireland; Dr Linda Clarke, Limavady Recovery Team, Limavady, Northern Ireland Dr Catherine McDonnell,
Limavady Recovery Team, Limavady, Northern Ireland
No Decision About Me Without Me: An Audit into the Documentation of Patient Choice at New Patient Consultations
Dr Hannah Cappleman (CT3), Tameside General Hospital; Dr Cathy Shaw, Tameside General Hospital
Hyperprolactinemia in mentally ill patients
Dr. Manuel Maria de Carvalho (ST5), Hospital de Santa Maria, Lisbon; Dr. Carlos Góis, Hospital Beatriz Ângelo, Lisbon
Hypnotic Prescribing In Crisis and Home Treatment Team (CRHT)
Dr Asha Charles (Staff Grade) and Dr Sanjay Khurmi, Consultant Psychiatrist, CRHT, Coventry
An assessment of impact of a new crisis house on inpatient occupancy, patient acceptability and need?
Dr Daniel Chetcuti, Speciality Doctor, Tower Hamlets Home Treatment Team; Nabeela Lalvani, Specialist Trainee year 6
(ST6) Tower Hamlets Home Treatment Team, Rahul Bhattacharya, Consultant Psychiatrist, Tower Hamlets Home Treatment
Team
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An audit of the management of ADHD in adults
Dr Sarah Cochrane (FY2) and Dr Victoria Wilson (FY2); Dr Ditesh Dhaya Hill Crest, Redditch; Dr Frederick Souza Faria, New
Brook, Bromsgrove
Psychotherapy Training keeping the patient and trainee in mind
Dr Alice Coddington, ST4, Parkside Psychotherapy Clinic, Central and North West London & Cassel Hospital, West London;
Dr Leah Bruer Henen, ST5, Project Lead, Ealing and Forensic Psychotherapy Department, West London, Dr Dimitrios
Kyriakopoulos, ST5, Lakeside Psychotherapy Department & Cassel Hospital, West London
Evaluating a Seminar Programme on Leadership and Management for Higher Trainees in NHS Lanarkshire
Dr Matthew Colyer (ST6), Kirklands Hospital, Lanarkshire; Dr Linda Findlay, Consultant Psychiatrist, Learning Disability
Services, Lanarkshire
An audit of antipsychotic prescribing in delirium
Dr Deborah Cooper (CT2) North Edinburgh CAMHS, Edinburgh; Dr Steven Birrell (ST4) Queen Margaret Hospital,
Dunfermline, Dr. Stephen De Souza (CT3) Queen Margaret Hospital, Dunfermline, Dr Tracy Ryan, Royal Infirmary of
Edinburgh, Edinburgh
Audit of Neurodevelopmental Psychiatry Assessment Service in National Children’s Hospital, Dublin
Dr Jeothy Damodaran, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Linndara CAMHS, Dublin; Ms Paula Dillon, A/
Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Linndara CAMHS
Assessment of level of psycho-education (PE) of adult bipolar patients attending a public psychiatric outpatient
clinic or public inpatient services
Dr Anna Datta (Specialty Doctor), Maidstone Access Team, Maidstone; Dr. John Cookson, Mile End Hospital, London
Failing Physical Healthcare in Psychiatric Inpatients
Dr David Denton CT2, Chalkhill, Princess Royal Hospital; Dr Graham Campbell ST6, Millview Hospital, Sussex Partnership
NHS Foundation Trust
Liaising with General Practitioners: A service improvement project
Dr Aarohee Desai-Gupta (ST6), Primary Care Mental Health Team (PCMHT), Enfield; Dr Henry Andrews, PCMHT, Enfield;
Dr Hilary Scurlock, PCMHT, Enfield; Deborah Morgan, PCMHT, Enfield; Kathryn O’Donnell, Head of Psychology, Common
Mental Health Problems service-line
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy training and delivery in Iraq
Dr Saleh Dhumad, Consultant Psychiatrist, Park Royal centre for Mental Health, Central and North West London Foundation
Trust. Visiting Consultant Psychiatrist & lecturer in CBT Iraqi Board of Psychiatry, Iraq
The introduction of the Short-Term Assessment of Risk and Treatability Assessment Tool and its impact on the
management of risk within a medium secure assessment ward in North London
Dr Nicole Eady (CT3); Dr Tim Rogers, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist
An audit on physical health monitoring in psychiatric patients
Dr Anietie Effiong (GPVTS1), Greenthorne Outpatient Clinic, Chingford; Consultant, Dr Teresa Borrell, Greenthorne
Outpatient Clinic, Chingford
Metabolic syndrome in a sample of patients with bipolar disorder in Sharkia
Dr Eman Fathi Ali, Assistant Lecturer of Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine, Zagazig University, Egypt
Physical Examination in Psychiatry
Dr Clare Fenton (CT3), Bootham Park Hospital, York; Dr Deepika Yerrakalva (ST4 CAMHS) Tavistock Scheme, North London,
Dr Thomas Milligan (GPVTS), York GP Training Scheme
New Clinical Guidelines – Are we listening? A study of Citalopram and Escitalopram prescribing in a large general
hospital
Dr Martha Finnegan (BST year 2); Dr S Smyth (Intern); Dr R Murphy, Consultant Cardiologist; Ms S Guerin, Senior Clinical
Pharmacist; Dr J Cooney, Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist; Dr AM O’Dwyer, Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist, St. James’
Hospital, Dublin
Underuse of Clozapine in Treatment Resistant Schizophrenia
Dr Tiago Gandra (CT3), Highgate Mental Health Centre, London; Dr Himanshu Mistry (ST6), St. Ann’s Hospital, London
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Role of Lithium clinic in physical health monitoring within community mental health teams
Dr Himanshu Garg(ST5); Dr Nadadhuri Dasarathi and Dr Andrew Lawrie, Northumberland, Tyne & Wear NHS Foundation
Trust
Self harm in Accident and Emergency: documentation of a psychosocial needs and risk assessment
Dr Miriam Gent (F2), University Hospital Aintree, Liverpool; Dr Mona Fung (ST4) University Hospital Aintree, Liverpool; Dr
Rob Jones (Consultant in Emergency Medicine), University Hospital Aintree, Liverpool
The diagnosis and prevention of delirium in the department of medicine for the elderly
Dr Miriam Gent (F2), University Hospital Aintree, Liverpool; Dr Helen Cooper (SpR in Medicine for the Elderly); Dr Helen
Bousefield (SpR in Medicine for the Elderly); Dr John Clague ,(Consultant in Medicine for the Elderly)
Compliance with completion of Section 17 leave forms in patients admitted under Mental Health Act
Dr Punita Grover, Locum Consultant Psychiatrist; Dr. Rachel Winter (CT1), Dr. Farhana Ahmed (CT 1), Dr D Khoosal,
Consultant Psychiatrist; Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust, Leicester
Cervical screening of women in low secure service; audit study
Dr Bassem Habeeb, MRCPsych, Consultant Psychiatrist, Hollins Park Hospital, Warrington; Dr Emad Salib, FRCPsych,
Consultant Psychiatrist, Warrington
Mind and Body: Physical Health Monitoring of Patients in Early Intervention Service (EIS) with Staff Questionnaire
to Identify Obstacles
Dr Yasir Hameed (CT2), Norvic Clinic, Norwich; Dr. Uju Ugochukwu (Consultant Psychiatrist. EIS Great Yarmouth)
Physical Health Monitoring in Psychiatric Inpatients: Can Good Practice Be Sustained?
Dr Mark Harrison (ST7) Haytor Unit, Torbay Hospital, Devon; Eleanor Beer (Medical Student) Peninsula College of Medicine
and Dentistry; Laura Kirkman (Medical Student) Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry; Dr Daniel Racey (F2), Haytor
Unit, Torbay Hospital, Devon, Dr Tim Dickinson, Haytor Unit, Torbay Hospital, Devon
Is HIV & blood borne virus testing acceptable and warranted in psychiatric settings?
Dr Janine Hayward, Central North West London NHS FT, London; Camilla Sanger (trainee clinpsych), Central North West
London NHS FT, London, UK; Dr Gira Patel, Central North West London NHS FT, London, UK; Dr Alan J Poots, NIHR CLAHRC
for Northwest London, London, UK; Cathy Howe, NIHR CLAHRC for Northwest London, London, UK; Dr John Green, Central
North West London NHS FT, London, UK
Audit of Adolescents Admitted to Adult Psychiatry Wards in the Southern Health and Social Care Trust (SHSCT),
Northern Ireland (NI)
Dr Catriona Herron (ST5) CAMHS, Craigavon, Northern Ireland; Dr Lisheen Cassidy, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist,
Dungannon, Northern Ireland; Dr Anna McGovern, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Craigavon, Northern Ireland
Peer Review in the Quality Network for Forensic Mental Health Services (QNFMHS)
Dr Bradley Hillier, ST5 in Forensic Psychiatry, Institute of Psychiatry Forensic Higher Specialist Training Scheme;
Dr Paul Gilluley, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist, West London Mental Health Trust; Chair, Quality Network Forensic Mental
Health Services, College Centre for Quality and Improvement, Royal College of Psychiatrists
Prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in mental health care settings
Tony Hirving (Dietitian); Dr Bo Wynn; Prof. Tom Craig; Dr Fiona Gaughran; Dr Matthieu Crews; Dr Raj Mohan; Dr David
O’Flynn; Dr Sukhi Shergill; Dr Stephanie Young; Dr James MacCabe, South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust,
London
Seclusion at a High Secure Forensic Hospital - what factors lead to patients being put into seclusion and what
factors lead to termination of seclusion?
Dr Declan Hyland, CT2 in Forensic Psychiatry; Dr Jenny McDermott, Dr Abi Trowbridge, Dr John Crosby, Dr Ed Silva,
Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist. Ashworth Hospital, Parkbourn, Maghull, Liverpool, Mersey Care NHS Trust
Osteoporosis, Epilepsy and Intellectual Disabilities - A service evaluation on risk assessment and bone health
consultation
Dr Miriam Isaac ST 6 in Psychiatry of Intellectual disabilities, St. George’s Higher Training Scheme, London; Dr Swapnil
Palod, Louise Gannon, Dr William Howie
Re-Audit of Prescribing of High and Combined Dose of Anti-Psychotics in High Secure Hospital
Dr Divya Jain (CT3); Steve Clark, Principal Pharmacist, Dr Inti Qurashi MRCPsych, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist; Ashworth
Hospital
Audit of Local Care Pathway in Management of Women with Perinatal Mental-illness
Dr Nagajyothi Janapati(CT2); Dr. Stanway (Consultant Psychiatrist) Department of Adult Psychiatry, CWP Trust
Role of Cognitive Function Clinics in Dementia Care
Dr Syed Javaid (ST4), Mersey Care NHS Trust; Dr Ashley Baldwin, 5 Boroughs Partnership NHS Trust
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Clinical Audit: Allergy recording on inpatient drug charts in Birmingham & Solihull
Dr Mandip Jheeta (CT2), Little Bromwich Centre, Birmingham
Monitoring Metabolic Parameters in Patients Treated with Antipsychotics
Dr Joseph Kane (CT2), Beechcroft Child & Adolescent Unit, Belfast
ADHD Parent Information Strategies Improve Service Satisfaction and Understanding of ADHD
Dr Benjamin Keene (ST6), Great Ormond Street / Royal London Higher Specialist Training Rotation in Child & Adolescent
Psychiatry; Iris Corrales, Systemic Psychotherapist, Wendy York, Clinical Nurse Specialist and Mary-Ann Tandy, Child
Psychotherapist, East London NHS Foundation Trust
An Audit of plasma-glucose monitoring in psychiatric in-patients with a primary affective disorder
Dr Marlene Kelbrick, Specialty Registrar (ST4), General Adult Psychiatry, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust; Marco
Picchioni, Senior Lecturer and Honorary Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist, Department of Forensic and Neurodevelopmental
Science, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College, London, UK; St Andrew’s Academic Centre, Northampton, UK
Are we prescribing legally for patients detained under the Mental Health Act - An Audit , South Staffordshire and
Shropshire Mental Health Foundation Trust. UK
Dr Vanathi Kennedy (ST4); Dr. Bindu Anantula (FY2), Dr. Ramesh Atikum (SD), Dr. Ramani Das (Consultant)
An audit and follow-up to assess accessibility to key documents on an electronic health record in a medium secure
unit
Dr Zarshed Khan MRCPsych, ST4 GA Psychiatry, North Manchester Hospital; Dr Sutapa Ghosh MRCPsych, GP ST1,
Macclesfield District General Hospital, Dr Fareed Bashir MRCPsych, LLM, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist, Edenfield Centre,
Prestwich Hospital
Medicines Reconciliation: reducing potential risks to patients and improving confidence in the healthcare system
Dr Rhiannon Kihara (CT1), Zinnia Centre, Birmingham; Dr Imran Waheed, Zinnia Centre, Birmingham
Physical health monitoring of patients on long term antipsychotics
Dr Eimear King (CT2), South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust
Benzodiazepine use amongst patients receiving substitute prescribed medications
Dr Eimear King (CT2), South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust
Service Delivery Improvement Project for Clozapine Monitoring in Assertive Outreach Team
Dr Shankar S Kuchibatla (ST5-General Adult Psychiatry), Greater Manchester West NHS Foundation Trust; Dr Karthik
P Shetty, Locum Specialty Doctor; Dr Manoj Narayan (ST5), Leeds and York NHS F Trust; Dr Sara Davies, Consultant
Psychiatrist, South West Yorkshire NHS Foundation Trust
Knowledge and Adherence of DVLA Guidelines of Psychotropic Medication Prescription
Dr Sunil Kumar ST5 General Adult Psychiatry; Dr Simon Tavernor, Consultant Psychiatrist and Clinical Director, Arundel
House MHRC, Liverpool
The Audit on the application of section 2 of Mental Health Act
Dr Min Latt, Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist, Liaison Psychiatry, Leighton Hospital, Crewe, Cheshire; Dr Julia Hose, ST5 in
Psychiatry, Dr M Mohsin, Speciality Dr Khan, Consultant Psychiatrist in General Adult Psychiatry, Dr Mukherjee, Consultant
Psychiatrist in General Adult Psychiatry
The use of Section 136 of the Mental Health Act (England and Wales) in a rural county: the quality of processes and
outcomes
Dr Richard Laugharne; Milind Pant, Colin Peat, Ian Williams, Andy Fox
No mental health without physical health: An audit on inpatient physical care
Dr Nima Leffler (CT2), Abraham Cowley Unit, Chertsey; Dr Rebecca Davis, Farnham Road Hospital, Guildford
Antipsychotic prescribing in patients with Dementia
Dr Clare Lister (CT1), Bowes Lyon Unit, Durham; Dr Sarah Pearce, Auckland Park Hospital, Bishop Auckland
Audit on Research training opportunities for Core Psychiatry Trainees
Dr Sivaguru Gurunathan Mani (ST5), Lanchester Road Hospital, Durham; Dr Eleni Haines (CT2), Dr Baxi Sinha, Dr Raj Kumar,
Dr Deepa Lakshmi Venkatesan (Clinical Observer)
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Pharmacotherapy of adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD): Evaluation of pre and post treatment
physical health monitoring
Dr Vic Marimuttu (ST6); Dr Priya Sabesan (CT2), Prof Chris Hollis, Adult ADHD service, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS
Trust, Nottingham
Does the implementation of higher trainees reviewing weekend admissions improve patient care?
Dr Anup Mathew (CT3), City and Hackney Centre for Mental Health, East London NHS Foundation Trust; Dr Dhananjay
Singh, Dr Thana Balamurali
The current role of the psychiatrist and psychologist in critical incidents: a review of major incident plans in
London hospitals
Dr Ruaidhrí McCormack, ST2, King’s College and Maudsley Hospitals London, & Academic Clinical Fellow, NIHR Specialist
Biomedical Research Centre for Mental Health, South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and Institute of Psychiatry,
King’s College London)
Audit to assess the quality of Mental Health Tribunal clinician reports
Dr Hayley McManus (FY1), Royal Bolton Hospital, Bolton, Dr Jon Van Niekerk, Royal Bolton Hospital, Bolton
LeaP: An Innovative Leadership Programme for Trainee Doctors
Dr David Middleton (ST6); Ms Naomi Lockwood, Miss Joanna Smith and Dr Chris O’Loughlin , Cambridgeshire and
Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust
Electroconvulsive Therapy practice standards in South Essex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Dr Prashant Misra (CT3); Dr Ashish Pathak (CT3) and Dr Shantini Sooriakumaran
Inpatient Productivity Project at St Ann’s Hospital
Dr Himanshu Mistry (ST6 in General Adult Psychiatry), St. Ann’s Hospital, London
Audit on Documentation of Care Plan Goals of Inpatients at Becton Centre of Children and Young People, Sheffield
Dr Shweta Mittal CT3 Psychiatry, Wathwood Hospital, Rotherham; Dr Mary Evans, Consultant Child and Adolescent
Psychiatrist, Becton Centre for Children and Young People, Sheffield
Malnutrition Universal Screening Tool : Complete Clinical Audit Cycle
Dr Shweta Mittal CT3 Psychiatry, Wathwood Hospital, Rotherham; Dr Keith Wildgoose Consultant Old Age Psychiatrist, St.
Catherine’s Hospital, Doncaster
Going for the Split - Training Programme for Speciality Trainees (ST) in Old age and General Adult Psychiatry, East
Midlands Deanery (North)
Nisha Mokashi (SpR Yr 3,Old Age Psychiatry), Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham
Audit to Measure Effectiveness of Social Recovery Programme in a Drug Treatment Setting
Dr Meghana Mothi , ST4 in General Adult Psychiatry; Chetna Chudasama, Employment specialist; Central and North West
NHS Foundation Trust
Methadone induction and maintenance in acute medical setting
Dr M Iqbal Naeem, Consultant Psychiatrist, Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust
Physical health monitoring of patients on High Dose Antipsychotic at a Regional Low Secure Hospital
Dr Chitra Nagaraj (CT3), Mersey Care NHS Trust; Dr Vinod Varghese, Mersey Care NHS Trust; Dr Christine Barlow, Consultant
Psychiatrist, Mersey Care NHS Trust
Evaluating the Efficacy and Tolerability of Single Versus Dual Cholinesterase Inhibitors: A Retrospective Cohort
Study
Dr E Nazir (Consultant Psychiatrist, Services for Older People, Shelton Hospital, Shrewsbury, Shropshire; Lecturer in the
Faculty of Health, Staffordshire University), Dr S Kshemendran (Associate Specialist, Services for Older People, Shelton
Hospital), Dr E Al-Shammary (FY1) Dr Y Al-Shammary (FY1 Shelton Hospital), Prof Tony Elliott (Clinical Director, Services for
Older People, Shelton Hospital)
Physical Examination of Elderly Mental Health Service Users: A Re-Audit
Dr E Nazir (Consultant Psychiatrist, Services for Older People, Shelton Hospital, Shrewsbury, Shropshire; Lecturer in the
Faculty of Health, Staffordshire University); Dr S Kshemendran (Associate Specialist, Services for Older People, Shelton
Hospital), Dr Y Al-Shammary (FY1 Shelton Hospital), Dr S.Lyle (Consultant Psychiatrist, Shelton Hospital)
Auditing The Reconciliation of Medicines in Shelton Psychiatric Hospital
Dr E Nazir (Consultant Psychiatrist, Services for Older People, Shelton Hospital, Shrewsbury, Shropshire; Lecturer in the
Faculty of Health, Staffordshire University); Dr Y Al-Shammary (FY1 Shelton Hospital)
Pilot Study Evaluating the Usefulness and Practical Application of the FRAX Assessment Tool For Osteoporotic
Fractures in an Inpatient Setting
Dr E Nazir (Consultant Psychiatrist, Lecturer in the Faculty of Health, Staffordshire University); Dr S Razaq – Foundation
Doctor, Dr Y Al-Shammary – Foundation Doctor, Cathy Riley –Chief Pharmacist, Denise Walker – Modern Matron; South
Staffordshire and Shropshire Health Care NHS Foundation Trust
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Voluntary and Involuntary Care: Three-Year Study of Demographic and Diagnostic Admission Statistics at an
Inner-City Adult Psychiatry Unit
Dr Ng Xiao Ting (Registrar Year 2), University College Dublin, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Ireland;
Dr Brendan D. Kelly (Consultant Psychiatrist and Senior Lecturer), University College Dublin, Mater Misericordiae University
Hospital, Ireland
Initial Rapid Tranquilisation in an Acute Adult Inpatient Ward
Dr Amechi Nzekwe (CT3), Roseberry Park Hospital, Middlesbrough; Dr Itoro Udo, (ST), Roseberry Park Hospital,
Middlesbrough
An Investigation into the Provision of Health Promotion Programmes Inclusive of People with Serious Mental
Illness across Four South London Boroughs
Dr Conan O’Brien, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London; Poonam Sood; Dr Fiona Gaughran; Dr. Sarah Corlett; Dr.
Shubulade Smith; Professor Khalida Ismail
Documentation of Risk Assessment on Acute Inpatient Wards - A Audit Cycle
Dr Farhana Omer (CT2); Dr Neeraj Tripathi (CT3); Dr David Oyewole (Consultant Psychiatrist), Northwick Park Hospital,
Central and Northwest London NHS Foundation Trust, Vaziri Chloe (Audit facilitator), Central and Northwest London NHS
Foundation Trust
Monitoring of patients prescribed Clozapine; An audit of the practice in Louth mental health service in Ireland
Dr Aniekan Orok (Registrar), St. Brigids Hospital Ardee, Co. Louth, Ireland; Dr Amir Niazi (Consultant), St. Brigids Hospital
Ardee, Co. Louth, Ireland
Neuro imaging in suspected dementia- ? National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) compliance
Dr Osanaiye K. (ST5), Aerodrome House, Gosport; Dr. Wuntakal B. (Consultant Psychiatrist), St. James Hospital, Portsmouth
Audit and Evaluation of Care Cluster 1 &2 patients within the West and East Hub of Old Age Service in Birmingham
and Solihull Mental Health Trust ahead of instigation of mental health payment by results
Dr Joanna Ostler (ST5) Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Trust, Birmingham; Dr Kathryn Millward (CT2), BSMHFT,
Birmingham; Dr Joseph Wheeler (FY2), BSMHFT, Birmingham. Dr Christopher Vassilas, BSMHFT, Birmingham
Continuity of information underlies continuity of care: Handover Practice among Psychiatry Trainees across 5
Boroughs Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Dr Stephen Owens (CT2); Dr Deb Behera, Dr Yogesh Sharma
A Three Year Review of Delayed Discharges from a Learning Disability Inpatient Assessment and Treatment Service
(2008-2011)
Dr Cristal Oxley (CT2); Dr Shivanthi Sathanandan (CT3), Dr Brian Fitzgerald, Dr Dina Gazizova, Chase Farm Hospital, Central
and North West London Mental Health Trust; Professor Basant Puri, Hammersmith Hospital, Imperial
Trends in ‘as required’ psychotropic prescribing between high secure & medium secure units in Scotland – A
completed audit cycle
Dr Karthik Pandarabommu (ST5); Dr Vicky Crossey (CT3); Dr Colm Hennessey (ST3); Dr Stephen De Souza (CT3); Dr Jasmeet
Bindra (CT3); Sheila Smith, Clinical Effectiveness co-coordinator; Dr Partha Gangopadhyay (ST6), The State Hospital,
Carstairs, Scotland
Re-audit of clinical documentation in health care records within regional learning disability service inpatient units
– Closing the loop
Dr Karthik Pandarabommu (ST5); Dr Nagarajan Perumal (ST6), Dr Ashwin Bantwal (ST6)
Introducing a 72-hour-stay Acute Assessment Unit
Dr Rajeeve Parkianathan (CT2) Cambridge and Peterborough Foundation Trust (CPFT); Dr Tay Za (FY2) CPFT & Dr Saravanan
Balasubramanian (Consultant Psychiatrist) CPFT
High dose antipsychotic prescribing: compliance with local high dose monitoring protocols
Dr Jigna Patel, (CT3), Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust; Dr Abhirami Kanapathyraja, (CT2), Dr David Leung,
Consultant Psychiatrist
Audit on care planning process in the inpatient child and family psychiatric unit
Dr Manish Patel, CT2; Dr Gillian Rose, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Central and North West London Mental
Health Foundation Trust
Configuring forensic services on patients` needs ?
Dr Prajakta Patil (ST5), Shaftesbury Clinic, London; Dr Catherine Durkin (CT3), Shaftesbury Clinic, London; Dr Mari Harty
(Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist and Associate Medical Director), Shaftesbury Clinic, London
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Adolescent Medicine and Hospital School Services: Providing a Pathway to Psychological Medicine Services for
Young People
Dr Donald Payne; Dr Emma Argiro, Ms Julie Clarke
Audit on antipsychotic poly-pharmacy in community patients
Dr Diana Philip (CT3); Dr Vyacheslav Eremenko (CT2), Dr Karolyn Hurren (Consultant Psychiatrist), Tees, Esk and Wear
Valleys NHS Foundation Trust
Substance abuse and psychiatric re-admissions
Dr Alister Pinto (CT3), Waterloo Day Hospital, Liverpool; Dr Indira Vinjamuri (Consultant), Broadoak Unit, Liverpool
Service Improvement: Referral to the Eating Disorder Service
Dr Georgy Pius (ST4), CWP NHS Foundation Trust, UK; Dr Matthew Cahill, CWP NHS Foundation Trust, UK; Dr Nadia Ranceva,
CWP NHS Foundation Trust, UK
Testing for illicit drug use on admission to a Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit
Dr P Power-Smith, Consultant Psychiatrist; M Biedron-Habash, Staff Grade Doctor, Navneet Randhawa, Medical Student
Patient-to-patient anti-bullying policy within the PICU: Why is it needed and what is already available? A national
survey
Dr P Power-Smith, Consultant Psychiatrist; Dr E. Wright - Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust
Improving the structure, standards and attendance of a Local Postgraduate Academic Programme for Psychiatric
trainees – an online survey
Dr Blake Pritchard (CT3), West London Mental Health NHS Trust; Dr Ritesh Bhandarkar (ST6), West London Mental Health
NHS Trust; Dr Jeremy Beider (ST5), West London Mental Health NHS Trust
Blood borne viruses testing: Are we doing enough?
Dr Ayaz Qureshi (ST 5), Substance Misuse, John Storer clinic, Nottingham, UK
Home Treatment Team - Service Users Views
Dr Mehwish Qureshi (Specialty Doctor); Dr Srinivasarao Cherukuru (ST6), Dr Jill Chaloner (Consultant Psychiatrist), Dr
Mohan Bhatt (Consultant Psychiatrist, Director Medical Education)
Audit of Doctors’ and Nurses’ Self-Harm Assessments in the Department of Psychological Medicine, Royal Infirmary
of Edinburgh
Dr Constance Raine (FY2), Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh; Dr Calum Smith (ST3), Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh
Is combination high dose antipsychotic treatment a necessary evil? A community mental health team audit cycle
results
Dr Lovely Rajan (ST5), Dykebar Hospital, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde Health Board; Dr Ian Clarke, Consultant Psychiatrist,
Gartnavel Royal Hospital, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde Health Board, Scotland
Psychotropics and Nonprescription Products Interactions: An audit of Professional Practice
Dr. Uma Rajendhran (ST5); Dr. Itoro Udo (ST5), Dr. Angus Bell, Mrs. Katie Phelps, Roseberry Park Hospital, Middlesbrough.
Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust
Violence reduction on an acute psychiatric unit
Dr Naresh Rasquinha (ST5), South London and Maudsley(SLAM) NHS Foundation Trust; Ms Joanne Crawford; Ms Natalie
Hammond; Dr Michael Holland
An Audit and Comparison of MDT Ward Reviews
Dr Faiz-ur Rehman (ST6), Leeds and York Partnership Foundation NHS Trust; Dr Sangeeta Chinnadurai (ST5), Leeds and
York Partnership Foundation NHS Trust
A Specialist Lithium Clinic – An Innovation in service
Dr Catherine Rowlands (CT2), SEPT; Dr Christina McGrady (CT2), SEPT
What impact can good clinical governance have on the safety of psychiatric inpatient care? A focus on seclusion
practice
Dr Priya Sabesan, Nottinghamshire Healthcare Trust; Dr Suma Daniel, Dr N Painuly
Improving Identification of Mood Disorder in High Secure Service Users
Dr Moustafa Saoud (ST6), Three Bridges Medium Secure Unit, Southall; Dr Dumindu Witharana (ST6), Dr Belinda ColacoDias (CT3), Dr Agith Gurusinghe (CT3), Dr Gwen Adshead
Follow-up outcomes for patients treated with individual psychodynamic psychotherapy
Dr Shivanthi Sathanandan (CT3); Dr Amy Jebreel (CT3), Dr Tiago Gandra (CT3) & Dr Luigi Caparrotta (Consultant Psychiatrist
in Psychotherapy). Camden and Islington Mental Health Trust
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OCD - primary and secondary care interface-way forward
Dr Sabine Schaefer, Dr Mohan Thomas, Dr Avevor, Ms Harvey
An audit of safeguarding children & adults activity within Mersey Care NHS Trust
Dr Sakib Shamas-Ud-Din, Named Doctor for safeguarding children; Angela Lacy, Named Nurse in safeguarding; Sue Harris
& James Kidd, Safeguarding practitioners, Mersey Care NHS Trust, Liverpool
Determinants of DNA rates within a 16-17 mental health team in greater Manchester
Dr Kishan Sharma, consultant child and adolescent psychiatrist, Bridgewater NHS Trust; Dr Louise Theodosiou
Trends of Admission to 3 Learning Disability Units Across Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS
Dr Saman Shahzad (ST5) Ashton House CWP; Dr Bridget Hunter (ST4), Dr Chhavi Kaushik (ST3), Dr R Singh (Consultant
psychiatrist), Dr S Singhal (Consultant Psychiatrist), Dr M Odiyor (Consultant Psychiatrist)
The Use of Clozapine in the Management of Complex Personality Disorder
Dr Aisling Sheridan(CT2), The Mater Hospital, Belfast; Dr Stephen Moore, The Tyrone and Fermanagh Hospital, Omagh
The theoretical and practical steps for implementing naso-gastric clozapine treatment and the resistance
encountered by the treating team
Dr. Edward Silva, FRCPsych, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist; Dr Matthew Sanderson, MRCPsych, Consultant Forensic
Psychiatrist, Dr Johannes Cronje, MRCPsych, ST5 trainee, Dr Kasheera Naidoo, MRCPsych, ST4 trainee, Dr Steve Owens, ST3
trainee, Mr Graham Kelly, Ward manager, Ms Karen West, Staff nurse, Ms Marie Blackhurst Nursing auxilliary; Mersey Care
NHS Trust, Liverpool
Use of the Mini-Cog as a screening tool for cognitive impairment in diabetes in primary care
Professor Alan Sinclair, IDOP, Bedfordshire; Professor Roger Gadsby, Warwick University, Professor Angus Forbes, Kings
College Hospital, London; Professor Tony Bayer, Cardiff University, South Wales; Dr Rowan Hillson, Hillingdon Hospital,
Middlesex
Good Medical Practice: Keeping a Record of Fp 10 Prescriptions
Dr Prem Srivastav, Consultant Psychiatrist, Devon Partnership NHS Trust; Dr Raghavendra Bethamcharla, Staff Grade,
Devon Partnership NHS Trust, United Kingdom
It’s important to be NICE – A Survey of Perinatal Mental Health in Secondary Services
Dr Kathia Sullivan (CT2), Star Unit, Mossley Hill Hospital, Liverpool; Dr Emily Jones (CT2), Liverpool Central CAMHS,
Seymour House; Dr Isobel Salter (GPST1), Windsor House, Liverpool
Providing Effective Feedback to Trainees: A survey of Trainers (supervisors) and Trainees
Dr Kathia Sullivan (CT1) North CMHT, St. Helen’s; Dr Debakanta Behera, CMHT North, St Helens, 5 Boroughs Partnership
NHS Foundation Trust
Re-audit of physical examination on admission
Dr Andrew Drury (CT2), Dr Erik Eriksson (CT2), Dr Rebecca Marriott (CT2), Dr Christopher Symeon (CT2), Dr Jenifer Chan Aubrey Lewis House, Maudsley Hospital, Denmark Hill, London, UK. South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust.
Audit of CQC Standards on Section 58 Consent to Treatment under the Mental Health Act 1983 Ravenswood House
September 2011
Dr Liz Tate (ST4) Ravenswood House Medium Secure Unit
The use of hypnotics (Zaleplon, Zolpidem and Zopiclone) in forensic psychiatry in-patient units, Oxford
Dr Dheeraj Thapar (ST5), Littlemore Mental Health Centre, Oxford; Dr Hasanen Al-Taiar (CT2), Littlemore Mental Health
Centre, Oxford, UK
Audit on timeframe of correspondence being sent to General Practitioners following medical reviews at CMHT
Dr Animesh Tripathi (ST5) Hertfordshire Partnership Foundation NHS Trust (HPFT); Dr Shane Ryan-HPFT, Dr Magda
Czerwinska-HPFT
Audit on Medicines concordance: involving patients in decisions about prescribed medicines and supporting
adherence
Dr Arun Viswanath MRCPsych,Speciality Registrar 5, MRI, Manchester; Dr Brooska , Core Trainee, MRI, Manchester
Monitoring of Lithium in Community Mental Health Teams
Dr Robynne Wadsworth CT2 in Psychiatry, Mersey Deanery; Dr Andrew Sedgwick, Consultant Psychiatrist Mersey Care
NHS Trust; Dr Kauser Tabani, Consultant Psychiatrist Mersey Care NHS Trust
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Audit on the Quality of General Practitioner Referrals to Memory Clinic
Dr Alia Wajid (CT2); Dr Keerthy Raju (ST6), Dr Ashley Baldwin (Consultant Psychiatrist), Knowsley Resource and Recovery
Centre, Whiston Hospital, Prescott
The Prevention of Venous Thromboembolism in psychiatric inpatients in Cumbria
Dr Ellen Welch (GPST2) East Cumbria GP Training Programme, Hadrian Unit, The Carleton Clinic, Carlisle; Dr Lynne Harris
(GPST3) West Lakes GP Training Programme, Yewdale Ward, West Cumberland Hospital, Whitehaven
Clinical Audit: Initiation of Antidepressant Therapy in Primary Care
Dr Daniel Whiting (FY2), Great Western Hospital, Swindon
An Audit of Cardiovascular Disease Risk in patients attending a Clozapine Clinic
Dr Lesa Wright(ST6); Dr Jatan Parmar, Dr Sarah Evans (GPST), Dr Elin Roberts (CT1)
Psychiatrists’ attitudes on physical health screening, monitoring and management for people with severe mental
illness
Dr Bo Wynn (ST6), Lambeth Hospital, London; Dr Prem Kumar, Dr Umesh Gowda, Susan Alibone, Liam Redican
Cost Efficient Clinics without Cuts – Can Timing Help?
Dr Val Yeung (ST5); Dr Lucia Whitney (Consultant) Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Derbyshire NHS Foundation Trust & Dr
Elizabeth Liddle (Lecturer), University of Nottingham
Completed audit of neuroimaging in a memory assessment service
Dr Rui Zheng (ST4), 2gether Foundation NHS Trust; Dr Tarun Kuruvilla, Dr Ben Soden, Dr Sarah Greef, Sharon Keveren
Education/Training
Encouraging specialty recruitment: Foundation taster days in psychiatry
Dr Helen Lee (CT3), Warneford Hospital, Oxford; Dr Charlotte L Allan (ST4), The Fulbrook Centre, Oxford, Dr Denis O’Leary
(Consultant Psychiatrist), Warneford Hospital, Oxford
North West Deanery Clinical Examination (CASC) Survey
Dr Georgy Pius (ST4), GMW Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust; Dr Samer Khalil, Consultant Psychiatrist, GMW Mental
Health NHS Foundation Trust, UK
Specialist Training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: An Evaluation of a Trainee Led Academic Programme Model
to Meet Curriculum Requirements
Dr Justin Wakefield (ST5) and Dr Liz Searle (ST6), Royal London and Great Ormond Street Rotation
Raising the Profile of Psychiatry in Nottinghamshire for Recruitment. The Mind Matters
Dr Val Yeung (ST6), Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust; Dr Elena Baker-Glenn (ST5), South Essex Partnership Trust
Research
Harnessing drug-user experiences to evaluate the verisimilitude of drug models of psychiatric illness
Mr Stefan Brugger (medical student), St George’s, University of London, Dr Robin Carhart-Harris, Division of Experimental
Medicine, Imperial College London, Professor David Nutt, Division of Experimental Medicine, Imperial College London, Dr
James Stone, Division of Experimental Medicine, Imperial College London
Understanding bullying in Secure Psychiatric Services
Dr Neel Halder, Consultant Psychiatrist, Alpha Hospital Bury; Jenna Walker, Trainee Forensic Psychologist, Alpha Hospital,
Bury
Introducing a new teaching component for psychiatry undergraduates
Dr Neel Halder (Consultant Psychiatrist & Honorary Senior Lecturer), Alpha hospital, Bury and Manchester University
Student Learning Needs in Psychiatry
Dr Neel Halder (Consultant Psychiatrist), Alpha Hospital, Bury; Dr Rachel Pearson (FY2), Central Manchester Foundation
NHS Hospitals Trust; Dr Ricci Chang (Medical Director), Mind Pro Psychological Medicine, Hong Kong
Characteristics of First and Second Generation Asian Mental Health Patients in Bolton, UK
Dr Neel Halder (Consultant Psychiatrist & Honorary Senior Lecturer), Alpha Hospital, Bury & Manchester University;
Dr Aqeel Hashmi (Assistant Professor), University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston; Yaseen Aslam (Consultant
Psychiatrist), Alpha Hospital, Bury
Psychiatry “buddy scheme”....linking medical undergraduates with Core Trainees
Dr Declan Hyland, CT 2 in Old Age Psychiatry, Mossley Hill Hospital, Liverpool, Mersey Care NHS Trust; Dr Andy Chatfield,
Consultant in Old Age Psychiatry, Mossley Hill Hospital, Liverpool, Mersey Care NHS Trust
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A Psychiatry Elective: Mental health in Cape Town
Ms Roxanne Keynejad (final year medical student), King’s College London
Neurocognitive function in newly detoxified opiate addicts
Holly Pearse (medical student), Dr Anna Murphy, Dr Prunwat Bijral, Dr Lesley Peters, Professor Dan Lubman, Professor Ian
Anderson, Professor Bill Deakin, Dr Rebecca Elliott, Neuroscience and Psychiatry Unit, University of Manchester
Narrative Story Stem Themes in Children with Externalising Disorders Following Parenting Intervention
Dr Rachel Pearson (FY2 doctor) Central Manchester Foundation Hospitals NHS Trust, Manchester; Dr Ming Wai Wan,
University of Manchester; Professor Jonathan Green, Central Manchester and Manchester Children’s Hospitals University
NHS Trust and Manchester Biomedical Research Centre, Manchester
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