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DPSIG conference: Digital Innovation in Psychiatry – diagnostics, therapeutics and solutions – November 29 2022, 9am – 4.30pm at the Royal College of Psychiatrists

The first DPSIG face to face conference is taking place on 29 November 2022. This is a full day conference and will be held at the Royal College of Psychiatrists, 21 Prescot Street, London E1 8BB

It is our pleasure to announce and invite you all to this event where we will be highlighting new research and digital innovations in psychiatry. We have exciting speakers and topics covered include sleep actigraphy, VR and psychiatry as well as digital mental health solutions.

Confirmed speakers include Dr Nicholas Meyer, Dr Niall McGowan, Dr Chris Miller, Dr Dennis Chan, Ross O’Brien, Dr Sylvia Pan, Dr Thomas Kabir, Dr Dixon Chibanda, Victoria Hornby and Derek Richards, PhD.

In addition to a full programme of speakers we have a session dedicated to new ideas and are extending an invitation to you to actively participate by presenting your innovative projects and ideas.

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Call for submissions: Innovative Ideas in Digital Psychiatry

We are delighted to say that this will be a fantastic opportunity to socialise, network and gain some insights into all things digital in the world of Psychiatry from a fantastic and diverse range of speakers.

We are also keen to hear from you and inviting submissions for any ideas on contemporary ways to use digital technology in the field of Psychiatry. We are looking for proposals that could be a novel way of using technology to aid diagnosis, or deliver treatment, or anything in between! Any submissions with a QI or research idea or project are also welcome, but we encourage proposals with broad ideas on using digital technologies within the practice of psychiatry. Special merit will be given for creative ideas and formats, unlike typical academic conferences.

This is an excellent opportunity for trainees to showcase experience on their portfolio.

So, put on your thinking hats and you might just stumble upon the next big innovation in the ongoing process of digital transformation in mental health!

All submissions will be reviewed ahead of the conference and participants with the best proposals will be invited to present their idea in a Pecha-Kucha style at the event on November 29th. What’s more there are prizes to be won!

  1. All presentations must be in English.
  2. You may submit your idea in a written format (short essay) or send a short transcript along with your slides if you want. Please ensure the abstract is no longer than 500 words.
  3. The Pecha-Kucha style of presentation needs to be followed if you are shortlisted: 10-20 slides with a maximum of 10 minutes per participant.
  4. All ideas must be original and free from any copyright infringement issues.
  5. The committee would like to encourage proposals from a diverse group including women, minority groups and patients and carers
  6. Please send your submissions no later than close of play 11 November 2022 to

What is Pecha-Kucha style of presentation?

A Pecha-Kucha presentation is a format that uses 20 slides or images that are displayed for 20 seconds each . The name Pecha-Kucha comes from a Japanese word meaning ‘chit chat’. The slides will move automatically as the presenter is speaking. This format ensures that the speaker is concise, keeps the presentation moving, and gets through all of their content. It is a fun way to share your ideas with others.

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