Audio Galleries

Talking about invisible disabilities: underrepresentation, stigma and how we can do better

03 December 2020

To mark International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Dr Ken Courtenay and Dr Eleanor Brewster discuss what we can do as a society to create a world that is more ...

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The psychology and psychiatry of pandemics

02 December 2020

Dr Raj Persaud talks to Professor Steven Taylor about his recently published book offering a comprehensive analysis of the psychology of pandemics.

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The psychology of coping with quarantine

01 December 2020

Professor Neil Greenberg talks to Dr Raj Persaud about how to cope with quarantine and the surprising findings of the latest psychological research on the mental effects of quarantine.

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Surviving the trauma: post-traumatic stress disorder in relation to COVID-19

26 November 2020

Professor Jonathan Bisson talks to Dr Raj Persaud about PTSD and the notion of ‘trauma’ in the context of COVID-19.

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COVID-19: Isolation and loneliness – is there a 'social cure'?

24 November 2020

In this podcast, Professor Catherine Haslam discusses her research into the many health benefits of social integration, as detailed in her latest book 'The New Psychology of Health', and outlines ...

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Ethical considerations arising from COVID-19

23 November 2020

In this podcast Dr Steve Pearce and Dr Jacinta Tan talk to CPD Online Trainee Editor Dr Jennifer Powell about ethical considerations arising from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Eco-distress in children and young people

19 November 2020

Dr Catriona Mellor, a child and adolescent psychiatrist and member of our Sustainability Committee, joined two young people for a conversation about eco distress and the impact of the climate ...

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Working with patients remotely

19 November 2020

Dr Isobel Heyman talks to Dr Raj Persaud about the current evidence base for remote working, and provides some practical advice on the ways in which clinicians can stay ‘remote, ...

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How do we lead effectively through the COVID-19 pandemic?

18 November 2020

In this podcast, leadership expert Professor Alexander Haslam discusses the surprising psychology of what makes a truly great leader, the importance of a group identity, and how to lead a ...

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Re-reading Camus’s ‘The Plague’ in pandemic times

17 November 2020

In this podcast, Dr Raj Persaud talks to the author of ‘A Very Short Introduction’ to Camus, Dr Oliver Gloag, about the impact this writer could have on our outlook ...

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