16 October 2014
The EPA Scholarship Programme is intended to support 5 early career psychiatrists and trainees working in the countries of the WHO Europe region in attending the European Congress of Psychiatry
Wellcome Trust Research Training Fellowships for Psychiatrists - Applications are now being accepted
14 October 2014
DPhil (PhD) Opportunities for Psychiatry Trainees Interested in an Academic Career
13 October 2014
How to appraise, interpret and publish a network meta-analysis. A 3-day course for clinicians, researchers and policy makers, with formal lectures and group work
12 October 2014
ACF recruitment will start on Monday 13 October 2014.
Apply for a place at the 2015 ECNP Schools of Child and Adolescent, Old Age and General Neuropsychopharmacology
10 October 2014
As a National Society, BAP may nominate 2-3 individuals to attend each of the Schools organised by the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology
8 October 2014
As part of the University Engagement Programme at the Ashmolean Museum, we will be running two sessions for psychiatrists this Michaelmas term:
8 October 2014
The importance of working in schools to try and meet the mental health needs of children across the globe is highlighted in this series published in Lancet Psychiatry by Mina Fazel and colleagues. The two-part series focuses on interventions in high-income countries and those in low and middle-income countries.
7 October 2014
A new national survey opened on Bipolar Awareness Day (7th October 2104), giving everyone affected by bipolar, personally or professionally, the chance to submit questions that they think should be addressed by research.
High risk of osteoporosis and fractures in people with intellectual disabilities partly the result of vitamin D deficiency
25 September 2014
A study by Valeria Frighi, Guy Goodwin and collaborators from Oxford University Hospitals and Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust has shown that patients with intellectual disabilities (ID) have almost twice the rate of vitamin D deficiency than the general population (77.3% v 39.6%).