Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience
Quick Find: Department of Psychological Medicine (2 items) | Centre for Military Health Research (1 item) | Department of Biostatistics & Health Informatics (1 item) | Department of Basic and Clinical Neuroscience (1 item) | Eating Disorders (1 item)
Department of Psychological Medicine
We are setting up this invitation-only meeting to explore interest in a regular meeting / network on health scares. In this initial meeting we will have brief presentations covering a range of topics in the context of health-scares, including:
In the first part of the day we will cover a broad range of areas, with speakers from psychology, anthropology and public health discussing their work in the context of terrorism, vaccination, wind farms and more. In the second part, we will explore possibilities of organising a more regular meeting.
Please note that due to space restrictions, this meeting is invitation only.
Attendees will need to arrange and pay for their own travel and accommodation.
NHS CHECK Mental Health Conference, The impact of COVID on the mental health of NHS staff: Impact, Inequality and Moral Injury.
We will discuss NHS CHECK findings as well as other comparative studies, hear from the NHS themselves on the impact the research has had, and invite conversation with industry leaders and key influencers.
Key topics include:
Further information relating to the event and speakers can be found here: https://nhscheck.org/events/
Centre for Military Health Research
The health and wellbeing of Veterans, and their families, is a topic frequently discussed in parliament and in the media. The King’s Centre for Military Health Research (KCMHR) has been running a mental health focused conference for many years which have been kindly supported by Forces in Mind Trust (FiMT)
We are delighted that, in 2023, we will also be hosting the FiMT Research Centre conference. These two conferences will be held consecutively on the 7th and 8th March 2023 at the Royal College of Psychiatrists, near to Tower Hill underground station. The first day will be the traditional King’s Centre for Military Health Research (KCMHR) Veterans’ Mental Health Conference (7th March). The second day will be the FiMT Research Centre conference which will be run along with our partners, RAND Europe. Each conference will have a comprehensive agenda in order to provide delegates with an opportunity to hear the latest research, and to network with colleagues who are interested in the health, wellbeing and success of the Armed Forces Community.
The Standard Fee is £99 per day which includes all refreshments, lunch, drinks, canapé reception (and an early evening of the 7th March 2023 for delegates attending either day), free WiFi and a certificate of attendance.There will be a discount for delegates purchasing tickets for both days and a separate discount for up to two delegates from any COBSEO member organisation who are attending the mental health conference on the 7th March 2023.
Department of Biostatistics & Health Informatics
The course aims to demonstrate how to carry out standard statistical procedures in Stata using its command language. The course is intended to provide a foundation in Stata use.
Please note that it will not teach introductory statistical concepts and please also note that most courses on specialist statistical methodologies for behavioural research will demonstrate methods in Stata and will assume Stata proficiency at the level of this course.
Please note that this course will take place in-person at our Denmark Hill campus.
Department of Basic and Clinical Neuroscience
This educational meeting is aimed primarily at clinicians who treat patients with diseases of the peripheral nervous system and muscle. It aims to provide practical general clinical up-dates as well as an introduction to the science underlying neuromuscular diseases. It should be of interest to general adult neurologists, clinical neurophysiologists, paediatric neurologists, clinical neuroscientists and allied health professionals, and suitable for both consultants and trainees.
Start time 09.00, finish 17.00. There will be 10 lectures, each 25 minutes plus 5 minutes for questions, with breaks for lunch and coffee. Programme: to be confirmed around October.
The format will be a hybrid of face-to-face and online webinar. We hope to meet many of you in person, for traditional networking opportunities. Most lecturers will attend in person.
To encourage a live audience, we are offering free lunch/coffee for those attending in person. Registration will be the same cost whether you attend in person or virtually. Please specify when booking whether you intend to come in person so we can order catering. So as not to waste food, please tell [email protected] if this changes. The deadline for catering orders is 10 days in advance, so people registering after 17 January are not guaranteed to get any food although may still attend in person.
You will be emailed a link for the virtual event a few days in advance. This link will also allow viewing a recording of the event for a few months afterwards.
If you register on the day there may be a delay of up to an hour before you receive the link because our administrator has to do this manually.
Cognitive Remediation Therapy (CRT) + Cognitive Remediation and Emotion Skills Training (CREST) 2023
Cognitive Remediation Therapy (CRT) for Anorexia
Programme (Day 1)
10.00 Welcome Professor Kate Tchanturia
Introduction: What is CRT and why it could be useful in the context of anorexia nervosa Professor Kate Tchanturia
10.45 Session Outline Professor Kate Tchanturia
11.00 Cognitive Remediation Therapy: Linking Thinking with Tasks and Goals Dr Claire Baillie
11.30 Q&A reflection/discussion
13.00 Case studies
13.30 Individual CRT for young people in inpatient care: findings from a Pilot RCT study Dr Lucia Giombini
14.15 Q&A reflection/discussion
Cognitive Remediation and Emotion Skills Training
Programme (Day 2)
10.00 Welcome and plan of the day: coaching emotional processes Professor Kate Tchanturia
11.00 Case studies
11.45 Q&A reflection/discussion
13.00 Emotions Group: Delivering CREST in a group format for adults Dr Claire Baillie and Pippa Croft
14.00 Young people’s and clinicians experience of Cognitive Emotion Skills Training (CREST-GYP) in inpatient care Dr Lucia Giombini
15.00 Q&A reflection/discussion