QNFMHS/QNPICU Webinar – 4 June 2020

Jun 5, 2020, 10:57 AM
Throughout the current crisis, many healthcare workers (HCWs) have worked long hours in high-pressured novel circumstances characterised by trauma and moral dilemmas. Many have faced the risk of infection, and by extension infecting their families, with outcomes seemingly worse for some, including black, Asian, and minority ethnic staff. Additionally, remote working is likely to have brought its own challenges. Some staff will undoubtedly thrive in such circumstances, but many will not. Professor Neil Greenberg and Dr Derek Tracy outline the risks to the mental health of HCWs posed by the crisis and also what the scientific evidence says should be done to help.
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Current events

Women and Mental Health Special Interest Group Annual Conference 2021

24 November 2021. Tickets Here.

Past events

Women and Mental Health Special Interest Group Annual Conference 2020

This event took place on 4 December 2020.

Please see draft programme for further information.

Confinement - A Women in Mind Event

Hosted on 26 October by The Royal College of Psychiatrists and Kings College London. The evening explored how quarantine has challenged our sense of ourselves with and in conversation with Susie Orbach and Abigail Burdess.

This event is now available to view again if you were unable to attend on the day.

RCPsych Faculty of General Adult Psychiatry conference

Professor Louise Howard, WMHSIG Exec Committee member and Professor in Women's Mental Health at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust presented at the faculty conference on 15 October 2020. 

Her talk on the subject of Domestic violence and abuse and mental health during the Covid pandemic and beyond: implications for general adult psychiatrists can be viewed back now.

Women in Mind series

'Women in Mind' is a series of events by the Women and Mental Health Special Interest Group, Royal College of Psychiatrists, in collaboration with the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, King’s College London.

It aims to engage health professionals and the public in debate and discussion about challenges to women's mental health across the lifecycle.

The events are shaped around interviews with inspirational women on professional or personal experiences that have shaped their views on women's mental health, both in terms of difficulties and resilience.

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