Philosophy of Psychiatry Educator Network: Launch Webinar

Philosophy of Psychiatry Educator Network: Launch Webinar
Philosophy of Psychiatry Educator Network: Launch Webinar
26th January 2022, 1pm GMT

About the Webinar

The Philosophy of Psychiatry Educator Network by the International Network for Philosophy and Psychiatry aims to bring together educators in philosophy of psychiatry and relevant disciplines. The network will provide educators opportunities to share resources, discuss strategies, and collaborate on scholarly endeavors. This launch webinar will introduce the network and will feature talks by educators in philosophy of psychiatry who will share their experiences.

Video Playlist
1/6 videos
1
Awais Aftab - Introduction to the INPP Philosophy of Psychiatry Educator Network
Awais Aftab - Introduction to the INPP Philosophy of Psychiatry Educator Network
14:37
2
John Sadler: UTSW Elective in Philosophy of Psychiatry
John Sadler: UTSW Elective in Philosophy of Psychiatry
17:44
3
Matthew Broome: Teaching Philosophy and Ethics in an Interdisciplinary Mental Health MSc course
Matthew Broome: Teaching Philosophy and Ethics in an Interdisciplinary Mental Health MSc course
18:47
4
Serife Tekin: Mental Health Education Through a Medical Humanities Paradigm
Serife Tekin: Mental Health Education Through a Medical Humanities Paradigm
16:44
5
Werdie van Staden: Teaching Philosophy of Psychiatry and Values-based Practice in South Africa
Werdie van Staden: Teaching Philosophy of Psychiatry and Values-based Practice in South Africa
12:24
6
Bill Fulford: Introduction to Panel discussion
Bill Fulford: Introduction to Panel discussion
05:28

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