Competing interests

Speakers at College meetings are asked to declare any interests which they might have relating to their presentations.  A declaration of interest in no way implies that the individual has actually been influenced by his or her secondary interest.

West Midlands Division Winter Meeting
St John's Hotel, Solihull
30 November 2018

Professor Swaran Singh is CI of the NIHR funded WIC study on improving psychosis outcomes in India.  He is main supervisor of a TATA Trusts funded PhD on institutional reform in India.

Dr David Morris has no interests to declare.

Professor Hugh Rickards has received fees for consultancy and a fee for speaking at a symposium.  He has received payment from Roche for consultation with them about health economic research in relation to HD.  He has received payment from Elysium Care for speaking on HD at a training day.

Dr Suzanne Reeves has no interests to declare.

Professor David Daley has received funds for research, fees for consultancy and a fee for speaking at a symposium.  He gains royalties from books about ADHD.  He reports fees from Eli Lilly, non-financial support from Eli Lilly, grants from Shire, personal fees from Shire, non-financial support from Shire, fees from medice, non-financial support from HP Pharma, outside the submitted work; and he has also received royalties from the sale of a self-help version of the New Forest Parenting Programme and research funding from NIHR.

Professor Femi Oyebode has no interests to declare.

Professor Sukhi Shergill has received funds for research and a fee for speaking at a symposium.  He has been a PI for commercial clinical studies funded by Boehringer Ingelheim, Otsuka, Takeda and Envivo Pharmaceuticals; and attended a symposium organised by Janssen Pharmaceuticals.
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