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This online course is specifically designed for psychiatrists, psychologists, mental health professionals, mental health pharmacists and neuroscientists with an interest in evidence synthesis and evidence-based practice, although it is open to all.
Events Mental Health Suicide and self-harm
15 October 2020
These two annual meetings organised by the Centre for Suicide Research, University of Oxford, for researchers from the UK and Ireland were merged into two virtual workshops this year. The first focused on research related to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on suicide and self-harm and the second on other research in the field of suicidal behaviour.
31 October 2019
Led by Professor Andrea Cipriani, this 3-day interactive course will help participants to understand, write and critically appraise a network meta-analysis. It is aimed at clinicians, researchers and policy makers.
31 October 2019
Led by Professor Andrea Cipriani, this course is specifically designed for psychiatrists, psychologists, mental health professionals, pharmacists and researchers in neuroscience and related disciplines.
Child and adolescent Events Mental Health Psychological therapy Virtual reality
25 October 2019
Find out how virtual reality (VR) is used in research to help build confidence and reduce stress in young people. Visit Julia Badger, Lucy Bowes and Aitor Rovira at their IF Festival stand on 28 October between 11 am and 4 pm. Put on a headset, test your reactions and see how your body responds.
Events Mental Health Psychosis
23 September 2019
The acclaimed Switching Perceptions exhibition, showing artwork and concepts which were created in collaboration with people experiencing psychosis, will be on show at the Barbican.
Events Mental Health
1 August 2019
This new course ran for the first time in January 2019, with an engaging and thought-provoking programme of talks, tours of facilities and group discussions. Feedback from participants was uniformly excellent. Applications for the January 2020 course open on 15th August 2019.
Switching Perceptions wins Vice-Chancellor’s Public Engagement Award - engaging through art in psychiatric illnesses
Awards Events Mental Health Patient involvement Psychological therapy
10 July 2019
Associate Professor Liz Tunbridge, Department of Psychiatry, has won a Project Award in this year’s Vice-Chancellor’s Public Engagement with Research Awards, alongside artist Eleanor Minney. The work of Liz and Eleanor was recognised in the Projects Awards category for activities that have engaged in public dialogue and consultation.
21 May 2019
Dr Karl Deisseroth, D.H. Chen Professor of Bioengineering and of Psychiatry and Behavioural Sciences, was in Oxford last week for the Kyoto Prize at Oxford. He visited the Department of Psychiatry and discussed his work with Head of Department Professor John Geddes and team.
Dementia Early intervention Events
20 May 2019
Using machine learning (AI) techniques to analyse complex cohort data, a group of researchers uncovered hidden patterns in cohort data that might identify those at risk of developing dementia, or indicate promising areas for research into treatments.
Child and adolescent Events Mental Health
30 April 2019
Dr Gabriela Pavarini took part in the Festival of Neuroscience in Dublin organised by the British Neuroscience Association to celebrate and share the latest thinking in neuroscience today.
4 April 2019
The conference this year, will focus on leading multi-site and big data dementia imaging initiatives in the UK and Europe.
14 March 2019
This two day 50th anniversary event (18-19 March) will have a focus on the future of mental health. Sessions will be led by some of the leading experts in psychiatry and cover topics such as psychological treatments, epidemiology and data science, experimental medicine and neuroscience, psychiatry and Oxford medicine.
7 March 2019
This year the Department of Psychiatry has teamed up with The Nuffield Department of Clinical Neuroscience to offer Year 12 students based in Oxfordshire, a five-day programme of work experience.
4 November 2015
Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience, Catherine Harmer, from Oxford University Department of Psychiatry is presenting this year's lecture on 'How do antidepressants work?'.