Please find below a list of our most recent posts – click to find out more.
Call for Abstracts and Participation – in a conference on Global mental health and therapeutic assemblages: concepts, controversy and necessary tensions – University of Sheffield UK – February 12-13th 2018
Evidence into Practice (and Back Again): The Values Agenda – Final programme and call for participation – November 2 St Catherine’s College, Oxford
ESRC seminar on co-production in mental health: implications for education and training
‘Big Question’ session on Talking about Dying hosted by Evan Davies – Thursday November 16 5.00 to 7.00 at St Catherine’s College, Oxford
The Royal College of Psychiatrists has published a new College Report ‘Core Values for Psychiatrists’ (CR204).
Regent Lee, Amy Jones, Felicity Woodgate, Kirthi Ballamkonda, Nicholas Killough, Lucy Fulford-Smith, Katherine Hurst, Ismail Cassimjee, and Ashok Handa – The Experience of Patients During the Clinical Management Pathway of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms at a NHS Trust
Jonathan Herring, Bill Fulford, Michael Dunn and Ashok Handa – Elbow Room for Best Practice? Montgomery, Patients’ Values, and Balanced Decision-making in Person-centred Clinical Care
The Centre for Studies in Phenomenology and Psychiatry in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Santiago, is delighted to announce a new international course on Phenomenological Psychopathology and Psychotherapy
Truth, Lies and Dementia – new report and follow up workshop
Lubomira Radoilska and the Philosophy Department of the University of Kent working in partnership with the Collaborating Centre are delighted to announce a programme of research exploring the Norms of Belief and the Norms of Action and how they influence research and practice..
Conference Announcement. 19th INPP international conference – Madrid, 13th – 15th November 2017 – Psychiatry and Philosophy
We are holding an initial exploratory meeting in at St Catherine’s College Oxford on May 10th
Can Biology Help Us Understand Psychopathology?
By Vitor Pordeus
King’s College London’s Department of Philosophy is accepting applications to study for a new MA degree in Philosophy of Medicine & Psychiatry. This programme merges our former programmes in Philosophy of Medicine and Philosophy of Mental Disorder.
Simon Clarke: Impact of Creative Writing on Mental Health
Request for Help and Ideas