Berkshire GP psychiatry study sessions

Previous GP study session resources

Wednesday 26th September 2018

Videos of 26 September session

Bipolar disorder: Making sense of mood swings: Dr Nav Sodhi, Associate Medical Director, Berkshire Health NHS Foundation Trust

The importance of early diagnosis in dementia: Dr Umar Bedi, Consultant in old age psychiatry, Berkshire Health NHS Foundation Trust

Medication for anxiety and depression: Dr Katie Simpson, GP Clinical Lead for Mental Health, East Berkshire CCG

Perinatal mental health: Bryony Gibson, Thames Valley perinatal mental health project lead, TVSCN, and Joint Chair of the Thames Valley regional perinatal mental health network, Senior SHaRON GDE project manager

Behavioural activity – skills training: Angharad Stoodley de Carvalho, High intensity cognitive behavioural and EMDR Level 2 psychotherapist, Berkshire Health NHS Foundation Trust

Wednesday 16th May 2018

Videos of 16 May session

Introduction – Professor John Geddes, Head of Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford – click here

1.  Eating Disorders – Children and Young People: Dr Adhiraj Joglekar, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Berkshire Healthcare NHS FT – click here

2. Suicide Risk Assessments with focus on adolescents: Dr Tauseef Mehdi, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist
Berkshire CAMHS Rapid Response Service, Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust – click here

3. Addiction and substance misuse management: Dr Steve Brinksman, GP, Substance Misuse Management Good Practice – click here

Details of further training opportunities from Substance Misuse Management Good Practice at following link: Here

4. Personality Disorders – Pathways and Interventions: Dr Dean Rutland, Consultant Psychiatrist in Medical Psychotherapy and Psychotherapy Tutor for Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust – click here

5. Physical Health of those with serious mental illness: Dr Katie Simpson, GP Clinical lead for Mental Health, East Berkshire CCG – click here

6. Further Training Opportunities and Resources: Lisa Thomson, PPEP Care and Ineke Wolsey, Anxiety and Depression Network Manager, Oxford AHSN – click here