How to follow the Forensic Psychiatry Conference

If you haven’t been able to get to annual Faculty of Forensic Psychiatry Conference 2019, you can still follow the action.

Follow us on Twitter

Follow us on Twitter @RCPsychForensic and join in the conversation at #ForensicPsych19

We'll be providing a running commentary during the three days 6-8 March.

See live talks (times in GMT)

We'll also be streaming selected live talks from the event on each of the three days on Twitter @RCPsychForensic, due to take place at the following times. 

  • 6 March, 11.05am-12pm: Prof Paul Mullen, 'A future for forensic mental health: escaping from the labyrinth of process and power politics into clinical practice' 
  • 6 March, 2.50pm-3.10pm: Prof Hans Schanda, 'Schizophrenia, violence and society'
  • 7 March, 8.40am-9am: Dr Derek Tracy, 'Novel psychoactive substances: identifying and managing acute and harmful use'
  • 8 March, 12.25pm-1pm: Dr Tim McInery in conversation with film-maker John Kastner: 'A Canadian film-maker defends exposing forensic psychiatric sufferers to public view'

After the event

After the event we will

  • publish round-ups on the RCPsych Facebook and Linkedin pages
  • publish recorded versions of the live talks in the Forensic Faculty area of the RCPsych website and on Youtube.

More about the event

Find out more about the Forensic Psychiatry Conference 2019, including the full event programme and how to book.

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