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The Future Of Psychiatry Is In Our Hands

Date: Friday 30 January 2015

Venue: Henriette Raphael Function Room, Henriette Raphael Building, Guy's Hospital Campus, King's College London School of Medical Education, London Bridge, London SE1


The topic - The future of psychiatry is in our hands" which is being hosted by the Association of University Teachers of Psychiatry at their Annual Conference and AGM 2014-5 - is of crucial interest to all teachers of psychiatry, and their speakers are the leaders in this challenging field.

Various topics will be covered, including The Future of Medical Education and Implications for Undergraduate Psychiatry, with speaker Professor Stuart Carney, Deputy National Director of UK Foundation Programme, and The Future of Psychiatry with Professor Sir Simon Wessely, President of the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

Attendance is free to members of AUTP; non-members will be charged £10 (which is equal to the annual membership fee).

To register, or for more details, please contact Ms Jo Welch ( or Dr Teif Davies (



Faculty of Medical Psychotherapy Annual Conference 2015

'New Paradigms in Psychiatry and Psychotherapy'

Date: Wednesday 22 - Friday 24 April 2015

Venue: Royal College of Psychiatrists, London E1 8BB


The Faculty of Medical Psychotherapy of the Royal College of Psychiatrists looks forward to welcoming delegates to the 2015 Annual Conference in London.  The Programme and registration information will be available in the coming months.

Confirmed speakers include Prof Sir Simon Wessely, President of the RCPsych; Dr Jaak Panksepp, Baily Endowed Chair of Animal Well-Being Science and Professor of Integrative Physiology and Neuroscience, Washington State University; Dr Paramabandhu Groves, Clinical Director of Breathing Space, Consultant Psychiatrist specialising in addictions; and Dr Mark Solms, Head of Psychology Department, University of Cape Town.


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