Nichola Sarathchandra, an SSC student with Centre for Psychiatry in 2019, has won the RCPsych London Annual Essay Prize (Medical Student category), with her 4th year SSC project - a literature review on medical/prescribing-based errors that can occur during transfer of care within psychiatric settings.
Date added: Monday, November 23, 2020
Mark Freestone, Reader in Mental Health at the Wolfson Institute, today releases his new book, Making a Psychopath. Widely recognised as the psychologist who helped bring Killing Eve assassin Villanelle to life, Mark now shares his insights into seven of the most dangerous minds he has encountered over the last 15 years.
Date added: Wednesday, October 14, 2020
On Friday 19 June 2020, the MSc Creative Arts and Mental Health hosted the Second Edition of the Mad Hearts Conference, with the theme ‘Solitude and the Encounter’. It was organised by Maria Turri from Centre for Psychiatry, Bridget Escolme from the Department of Drama, and Louise Younie from Barts and the London.
Date added: Saturday, June 20, 2020
Our 5th annual congress on research brought together some of the leading experts in mental health research, as well as some of the up-and-coming talent in the field. This year’s congress focussed on the theme ‘Personality, Character and Mental Health’ – concepts at the heart of human understanding.
Date added: Tuesday, March 10, 2020