Thursday, March 09, 2017
IMPARTS Seminar: Learning from experience – training the workforce to integrate mental and physical healthcare
Date: Monday 20 March 2017
Time: 1400 - 1730, followed by a drinks reception
Location: New Hunt’s House, Lecture Theatre 1, Guy’s Campus, King’s College London, London, SE1 1UL
The next IMPARTS seminar will explore training the workforce to integrate mental and physical healthcare.
Confirmed speakers include:
Dr Sean Cross - Clinical Director King’s Health Partners Mind & Body Programme; Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist, King’s College Hospital
Maggie Gunning - Endocarditis Research Nurse, King’s College Hospital
Dr Jane Hutton - Consultant Clinical Psychologist, King’s College Hospital
Dr Kate Le-Marechal - Consultant Clinical Psychologist, King's Dental Institute; Practice Tutor, King's College London
Professor Rona Moss-Morris - Professor of Psychology as Applied to Medicine, Head of Health Psychology Section, King’s College London
Dr Emma Smith - Lead Psychologist, Young Diabetes Connections, King's College Hospital
Dr Charlotte Wilson-Jones - Director of Undergraduate Psychiatric Teaching, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust; Consultant Psychiatrist, King’s College Hospital
The seminar is open to all, and free to attend, but advance booking is essential – please use the online booking form to reserve a place, or contact email@example.com. This seminar was originally scheduled for 13 December, but was postponed.
IMPARTS (Integrating Mental & Physical healthcare: Research, Training & Services) is a King’s Health Partners initiative to integrate mental and physical healthcare in research, training and clinical services at Guy’s, St Thomas’s and King’s College Hospitals, as well as South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust. It is funded by the NIHR Mental Health Biomedical Research Centre at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and King’s College London.
The IMPARTS seminar series provides a forum to discuss issues relevant to the mental/physical health interface. Clinicians and researchers from across King's Health Partners present recent research and advances in practice relevant to clinicians in physical medicine, nursing, allied professions, health psychology and liaison psychiatry.