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Agnes Ayton Jul 4
Proud of our medical student presenting a poster at
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Dr Anuja Suntharamoorthy Jul 4
BAME: Over representation in Crisis, Under representation in Treatment.
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Femi Oyebode Jul 5
It was a great privilege to receive the honorary fellowship of RCPsych at . Thanks to ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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nikki ✨ Jul 4
thanks to , to and to you on twitter!! - love, your social media champions 2019
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Emily Mulligan Jul 3
227 different symptom combinations can lead to a diagnosis of depression. How can 227 different presentations be effective managed using the same treatments? Super interesting and thought provoking talk by Dr Brenda Pennix
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Cameron Watson 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Jul 5
Last of the spam, but was very grateful to present on 3 years worth of work on neuropsychiatric phenotypes in 1q21.1 copy number variation.
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Hazel Sanghvi Jul 2
What a fantastic talk by on the "confessions of a dementia doubter". He talks about patients who may be misdiagnosed to have dementia. Quite a controversial/conflicting topic looking at the hate comments he received.
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Neil Crossley Jul 4
‘Psychopathology is alive and dynamic’ - Femi Oyebode. Reminding me of when I first fell in love with psychiatry reading Symptoms of the Mind as a student. Preach!
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apospodcast Jul 13
Two important things that traditional mental health practicioners underestimate: 1. Psychosis (and mh symptoms more broadly) are intellegible experiences, often they are very meaningful. 2. Understanding this can lead us to different/better solutions
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Abdul Jalloh Jul 3
Representing Sierra Leone with a poster presentation @ ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Lesley Cousins 🌈 Jul 3
My highlight - talking about attachment and mentalisation in antisocial PD. Relevant to all PD and psychopathology
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Regi Alexander Jun 30
With 3400 delegates from 59 countries, an academic programme shaped by patients and families & delivered by opinion leaders in basic sciences, clinical medicine and the socio-cultural field, promises to be the biggest and the best of 😍😍
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Jennifer Pewsey Jul 4
My biggest takeaway from 's talk on the role of police in . They often get called in to do things the health service cant/don't want to deal with. If we're gonna use the police in mental health crises they need a clear role and training
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Jon Goldin Jul 4
Lovely to meet ⁦⁩ - an inspiring Psychiatrist who has helped organise a superb Congress ⁦ Thank you to all the organisers! ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Divya Ganesh Nallur Jul 4
Thank you RCPsych for an amazing conference. The academics were second to none. The opportunity to socialise, meet old friends, colleagues and make new ones was amazing. Was definitely worth travelling all the way from India.
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Elen Cook Jul 3
😲😲Wow! thanked me for building international links as he accepted Honorary Fellowship! 😲 Personal highlight of the
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Dr Kate Lovett Jul 4
It’s been a fantastic week at and this ⬇️ is what it’s all about 🙏🏻
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Jess Barrett Jul 3
There are still penalties for being LGBTQI+ in 77 countries - 8 of those countries have penalties that result in death 😟😟😟
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Timothy Matthews Jul 4
In the docklands this sunny Thursday afternoon to talk loneliness and mental health at ⁩ ⁦
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Regi Alexander Jul 2
How many speakers can make basic sciences so accessible & relevant to the practising clinician? Thank you for a masterful exposition of ADHD as a dimension and its genetic overlaps with other disorders
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