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The importance of psychiatric diagnosis

The College of Psychiatrists of Ireland, Spring Conference, Virtual Meeting, 25-26 March 2021 Prof Tom Burns, Professor Emeritus of Social...
The importance of psychiatric diagnosis

Neuroscience for psychiatrists

The College of Psychiatrists of Ireland, Spring Conference, Virtual Meeting, 25-26 March 2021 Dr Wendy Burn, former President of the...
Neuroscience for psychiatrists

The issues surrounding medical research

The College of Psychiatrists of Ireland, Spring Conference, Virtual Meeting, 25-26 March 2021 The College of Psychiatrists of Ireland held...
The issues surrounding medical research

The concept behind the Lighthouse Parent Programme

The College of Psychiatrists of Ireland, Spring Conference, Virtual Meeting, 25-26 March 2021 Mr Gerry Byrne, Consultant Nurse, Child and...
The concept behind the Lighthouse Parent Programme

Antipsychotic weight gain and inflammation in children and adolescents

College of Psychiatrists of Ireland, Online Winter Conference, 6 November 2020 Dr Karen Conlan is a Senior Registrar in Child...
Antipsychotic weight gain and inflammation in children and adolescents

An introduction to evolutionary psychiatry

College of Psychiatrists of Ireland, Online Winter Conference, 6 November 2020 Prof Henry O’Connell, Dr Diarmuid Boyle, and Dr Mara...
An introduction to evolutionary psychiatry

Patients’ perception of involuntary psychiatric admission

College of Psychiatrists of Ireland, Online Winter Conference, 6 November 2020 Dr James McLoughlin from Sherwood House, Galway, presented his...
Patients’ perception of involuntary psychiatric admission

Impact of Covid-19 on old age patient mental health and service provision

College of Psychiatrists of Ireland, Online Winter Conference, 6 November 2020 Dr Rachel Wallace, who is based in St James’s...
Impact of Covid-19 on old age patient mental health and service provision

The effect of cannabis on the adolescent brain

College of Psychiatrists of Ireland, Online Winter Conference, 6 November 2020 Prof Hugh Garavan, Professor of Psychiatry at University of...
The effect of cannabis on the adolescent brain

CPD Module- Prescribing antipsychotic medication in the treatment of schizophrenia

2 CPD Hours Authors Dr Zeeshan Mumtaz, Registrar Psychiatry, and Dr Daniel Herlihy, Consultant Psychiatrist, St. Luke’s Hospital, Kilkenny Reviewed...
CPD Module- Prescribing antipsychotic medication in the treatment of schizophrenia
The importance of psychiatric diagnosis The importance of psychiatric diagnosis
The College of Psychiatrists of Ireland, Spring Conference, Virtual Meeting, 25-26 March 2021 Prof Tom Burns, Professor Emeritus of Social...
Neuroscience for psychiatrists Neuroscience for psychiatrists
The College of Psychiatrists of Ireland, Spring Conference, Virtual Meeting, 25-26 March 2021 Dr Wendy Burn, former President of the...
The issues surrounding medical research The issues surrounding medical research
The College of Psychiatrists of Ireland, Spring Conference, Virtual Meeting, 25-26 March 2021 The College of Psychiatrists of Ireland held...
The concept behind the Lighthouse Parent Programme The concept behind the Lighthouse Parent Programme
The College of Psychiatrists of Ireland, Spring Conference, Virtual Meeting, 25-26 March 2021 Mr Gerry Byrne, Consultant Nurse, Child and...
Antipsychotic weight gain and inflammation in children and adolescents Antipsychotic weight gain and inflammation in children and adolescents
College of Psychiatrists of Ireland, Online Winter Conference, 6 November 2020 Dr Karen Conlan is a Senior Registrar in Child...
An introduction to evolutionary psychiatry An introduction to evolutionary psychiatry
College of Psychiatrists of Ireland, Online Winter Conference, 6 November 2020 Prof Henry O’Connell, Dr Diarmuid Boyle, and Dr Mara...
Patients’ perception of involuntary psychiatric admission Patients’ perception of involuntary psychiatric admission
College of Psychiatrists of Ireland, Online Winter Conference, 6 November 2020 Dr James McLoughlin from Sherwood House, Galway, presented his...
Impact of Covid-19 on old age patient mental health and service provision Impact of Covid-19 on old age patient mental health and service provision
College of Psychiatrists of Ireland, Online Winter Conference, 6 November 2020 Dr Rachel Wallace, who is based in St James’s...
The effect of cannabis on the adolescent brain The effect of cannabis on the adolescent brain
College of Psychiatrists of Ireland, Online Winter Conference, 6 November 2020 Prof Hugh Garavan, Professor of Psychiatry at University of...
CPD Module- Prescribing antipsychotic medication in the treatment of schizophrenia CPD Module- Prescribing antipsychotic medication in the treatment of schizophrenia
2 CPD Hours Authors Dr Zeeshan Mumtaz, Registrar Psychiatry, and Dr Daniel Herlihy, Consultant Psychiatrist, St. Luke’s Hospital, Kilkenny Reviewed...

The importance of psychiatric diagnosis

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The College of Psychiatrists of Ireland, Spring Conference, Virtual Meeting, 25-26 March 2021 Prof Tom Burns, Professor Emeritus of Social Psychiatry at the University of Oxford, spoke at the conference about the importance of diagnosis in psychiatric care. Prof Burns began by highlighting to the audience the fact that clinical psychiatry is a relatively new…

Neuroscience for psychiatrists

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The College of Psychiatrists of Ireland, Spring Conference, Virtual Meeting, 25-26 March 2021 Dr Wendy Burn, former President of the Royal College of Psychiatrists (RCPsych), and Dr Gareth Cuttle, Project Manager of the RCPsych Neuroscience Project, spoke at the conference about the RCPsych Neuroscience Project, which began in 2016 as a two-year initiative and was…

The issues surrounding medical research

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The College of Psychiatrists of Ireland, Spring Conference, Virtual Meeting, 25-26 March 2021 The College of Psychiatrists of Ireland held its second virtual meeting on 25-26 March 2021. The theme of the Spring Conference was ‘Science and Psychiatry,’ and featured many interesting speakers and presentations over the two days.Prof Seamus O’Mahony recently retired as Consultant…

The concept behind the Lighthouse Parent Programme

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The College of Psychiatrists of Ireland, Spring Conference, Virtual Meeting, 25-26 March 2021 Mr Gerry Byrne, Consultant Nurse, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist, and Adult Psychotherapist, is Head of Attachment and Perinatal Services for Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust, the Infant Parent Perinatal Service, and the ReConnect Service. Mr Byrne is also the founder of the…

Antipsychotic weight gain and inflammation in children and adolescents

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College of Psychiatrists of Ireland, Online Winter Conference, 6 November 2020 Dr Karen Conlan is a Senior Registrar in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. She is currently carrying out a PhD in Trinity Centre for Health Sciences, Dublin, and is investigating whether antipsychotic related weight gain in children and adolescents is associated with inflammation. This is…

An introduction to evolutionary psychiatry

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College of Psychiatrists of Ireland, Online Winter Conference, 6 November 2020 Prof Henry O’Connell, Dr Diarmuid Boyle, and Dr Mara Petrut from Limerick Mental Health Services delivered a joint presentation to the conference on the importance of evolutionary psychiatry. Dr O’Connell prefaced the presentation by stating that evolutionary theory is “effectively ignored” in both medicine…

When the truth hurts: Lies, damn lies, and patient consultations

Along with lawyers, the police, and judges, doctors must be one of the most lied-to professions. As you know, some patients may happily tell you whatever it is they think you want to hear, perhaps to avoid some kind of embarrassment related to their personal habits or a treatment they would rather not have. A…

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