22 January 2007
Our fourth podcast focuses on three papers from the January 2007 issue of the British Journal of Psychiatry
Dr Leonie Boeing
Dr Leonie Boeing, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist from St Johns Hospital in West Lothian, Scotland, talks about her paper in the January issue of the British Journal of Psychiatry on adolescent onset of psychosis.
Read the article: Adolescent-onset psychosis: prevalence, needs and service provision
(Interview starts at: 0 mins 0 secs)
Professor John Gunn
Dr Raj Persaud in conversation with Professor John Gunn, Emeritus Professor of Forensic Psychiatry formerly based at the Institute of Psychiatry, about his wide-ranging career.
Read Dr Adrian Grounds interview: In conversation with John Gunn
(Interview starts at: 17 mins 10 secs)
Professor Peter Tyrer
Professor Peter Tyrer, Professor of Community Psychiatry, Imperial College London talks to Dr Raj Persaud about his editorial in the January issue of the Psychiatric Bulletin on the place of nidotherapy in psychiatric practice.
Read the article: The place for nidotherapy in psychiatric practice
(Interview starts at: 46 mins 49 secs)