Pre-conference Film Evening
|Location||Royal College of Psychiatrists, London|
|Student Associate Rate||£95|
|Film Evening Rate||£15|
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- Professor Lisa S. Segre, President: International Marcé Society for Perinatal Mental Health, College of Nursing, University of Iowa
- Dr Raja Mukherjee, Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Service, Surrey & Borders NHS Trust
- Robin Balbernie
Professor Prabha S. Chandra,Department of Psychiatry, National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences, Bangalore, India
Film Evening Rate
(Monday 11 Nov)
N.B.: This includes catering during scheduled programme breaks but do not include accommodation.
*The Standard Rate applies to RCPsych fellows/members/associates at the following grades Consultants/Locum Consultants, SAS/Associate Specialists, Specialty Doctors, Higher/Advanced/Core Trainees and Non RCPsych members of any grade.
**The Subsidised Rate is available to (RCPsych members/associates only) Retired or Reduced subscription rate of 50% or less Pre-membership Psychiatric Trainees/Trainee Registration with the college and Medical Students, Foundation Year Doctors or Student Associates.
***The Nurse Rate applies to Nurse, midwives, social workers - this rate is not available via the online registration, to book you will need to complete the paper registration form.
If you are a medical student or Foundation Year doctor and not registered as a student associate with the college, you can apply for free at the following link http://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/discoverpsychiatry/studentassociates.aspx
The event will take place at the Royal College of Psychiatrists, 21 Prescot Street, London E1 8BB. Take a look at detailed directions and a map to help plan your journey.
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Join us for a film screening of 'Irene's Ghost', a feature length documentary about director Iain Cunningham's personal search to find out about the mother he never knew, Irene, who died when he was just three years old.
Decades after Irene's death and inspired by the birth of his own daughter, Cunningham sets out to discover who Irene was, leading him down a winding path of long-lost relatives and contradictory tales. Through the stories told by Irene’s old friends, Cunningham carefully pieces together fragments of the past to movingly rebuild a lost life.
The culmination of his search leads him to discover that Irene suffered from postpartum psychosis, a severe form of mental illness that occurs after having a baby. What began as a meditation on memory and identity, becomes a study of family, female friendship, and the importance of the connections we make and keep.
- 6:00pm - Arrival and welcome drink
- 6:30pm - Film screening (81 minutes)
- 8:00pm - Q & A with director Iain Cunningham
- 8:45pm - close of evening