Podcasts

Hieronder kunt u kiezen uit Podcasts, gerangschikt naar aandachtsgebied. Indien u een Pocast heeft uitgekozen, moet u op de link klikken om de Podcast te downloaden. Deze podcasts kunt u vervolgens op uw computer of op uw MP3 speler afluisteren. Nadien kunt u op de website de bijhorende toets maken, om zo uw punten te verdienen.

Podcasts zijn gebaseerd op recente of nog te verschijnen artikelen uit de British Journal of Psychiatry (BJP). De namen tussen haken zijn de namen van de geïnterviewde personen, meestal de auteurs van het artikel uit de BJP waarop de podcast is gebaseerd.

Klik hier om de Podcasts te downloaden.

 

Podcasts zijn beschikbaar in de volgende catagorieën:

Epidemiology
Child and Adolescent

General adult psychiatry

Rehabilitation

Liaison psychiatry
Forensic psychiatry

 

Psychotherapy
Neuropsychiatry

Maintaining good medical practice
Teaching, training, appraising and assessing

Relationships with patients
Research
Psychiatry and cultural diversity
Catagorie Titel CME Punten Audio minuten
Epidemiology Predicting and preventing common mental illness (Professor Michael King) 0,5 15
Providing mental health care in low resource environments (Professor Vikram Patel) 0,5 17
Psychiatry and Public Health: links between the environment and public health (Dr Lisa Page) 0,5 23
Child and Adolescent Psychological treatments for children with eating disorders (Professor Simon Gowers) 0,5 23
Anxiety disorders in children (Professor Ronald Rapee) 0,5 14
Attachment and how it relates to psychiatry (Dr Helen Minnis) 0,75 28
Early onset psychosis - new findings on prevalence, needs and service provision (Dr Leonie Boeing) 0,5 17
General adult psychiatry Self-harm: Non-suicidal self-injury (Dr David Klonsky) 0,5 11
Self-harm (Mr Robert Young) 0,5 17
Assessment of suicide ideation, risk of suicide and self harm (Dr Matthew Nock) 0,5 19
Borderline Personality Disorder (Professor Martin Bohus) 0,5 27
The management of eating disorders (Professor Gerald Russell) 0,5 32
Schizophrenia - the glutamatergic hypothesis (Dr Jean Théberge) 0,5 8
Gene-environment interactions (Professor Jim van Os) 0,5 25
Prodromal psychosis (Professor Shôn Lewis) 0,5 19
Insight - how is it related to mental disorder? (Professor Anthony David) 0,5 10
Auditory verbal hallucinations: are they adequately described by current cognitive models? (Dr Paul Allen) 0,75 19
Schizophrenia – genetic and environmental factors (Professor Ming T. Tsuang) 0,5 12
Amphetamine-type stimulant drugs - a dangerous trend? (Professor Hamid Ghodse) 0,5 11
Phenomenology 0,5 24
Rehabilitation Employment and schizophrenia (Dr Steven Marwaha) 0,5 22
Rehabilitation psychiatry: principles and practice (Dr Frank Holloway) 1 46
The Recovery model – how can measuring patient progress have an impact on care? (Dr Mike Slade) 0,5 20
Liaison psychiatry Malingering (Dr Gerald Rosen) 0,5 17
Forensic psychiatry Violence and schizophrenia: a realistic look at the risks, contributing factors and management (Professor John Gunn) 0,5 17
Assessing and communicating violence risk (Dr Mike Doyle) 0,5 14
Seclusion as an intervention (Dr Stephen Elsom) 0,5 14
Psychotherapy CBT approaches to the treatment of paranoid thoughts (Dr Daniel Freeman) 0,5 14
Attachment and how it relates to psychiatry (Dr Helen Minnis) 0,75 28
Neuropsychiatry Neurobiology of ADHD (Dr Katia Rubia) 0,5 19
The neuropsychology of schizophrenia (Robert Schug) 0,5 14
Auditory hallucinations: insights from neuroimaging (Professor Peter Woodruff) 0,75 33
Maintaining good medical practice Professionals sharing service user information with carers (Dr Vanessa Pinfold) 0,75 14
Combating stigma and discrimination against people with mental illness (Professor Graham Thornicroft) 0,75 26
Teaching, training, appraising and assessing Mentoring (Dr Amy Iversen) 0,5 18
Relationships with patients Developing communication in the therapeutic setting (Dr Rose McCabe) 0,5 11
Combating stigma and discrimination against people with mental illness (Professor Graham Thornicroft) 0,75 26
Empathy - what does it involve and how does it relate to psychiatry? (Dr Quinton Deeley) 0,75 26
Service user involvement in service initiatives (Dr Mike Crawford) 1 27
Professionals sharing service user information with carers (Dr Vanessa Pinfold) 0,75 14
Research The methodology of case-control studies (Professor Matthew Hotopf) 0,5 11
Randomised controlled drug trials - how objective is the evidence? (Professor Clive Adams) 1 40
Psychiatry and cultural diversity Cross-cultural research (Dr Niall Crumlish) 0,5 25
The clergy and psychiatry - an impossible mix? (Dr Gerard Leavey) 0,75 30
Forthcoming podcasts
How mothers with borderline personality disorder relate to their year-old infants (Prof Peter Hobson)
Confectionery consumption in childhood and adult violence (Dr Simon Moore)

 



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