Royal College of Psychiatrists Faculty of Academic Psychiatry Annual Residential Meeting 18-19 February 2009, Park Inn, Cardiff ALL SESSIONS WILL TAKE PLACE IN THE GLAMORGAN SUITE Wednesday 18 February 2009 Am: Morning session for academic trainees only 08.00 Breakfast & registration for academic trainees’ morning only 09.00 Welcome & introduction Professor Nick Craddock, Chair of RCPsych Academic Faculty 09.10 Structured discussion of training issues Chairs: Professor Anne Farmer, London; Dr Ian Jones, Cardiff 10.00 Do’s and Don’ts in grant writing Dr John Williams, Wellcome Trust Professor Julie Williams, member of MRC Neuroscience and Mental Health Panel Professor Nick Craddock, Chair of RCPsych Academic Faculty 11.00 Tea and coffee 11.30 Career trajectories in academic psychiatry: some examples Chair: Professor Mike Owen, Cardiff 12.00 Competitive brief selected oral presentations Chair: Dr Ian Jones, Cardiff 13.00 Close of trainees’ morning Pm: Main faculty meeting, open to all 13.00 Lunch & registration for main faculty meeting 14.00 Welcome & introduction Professor Nick Craddock, Chair of RCPsych Academic Faculty 14.15 Session 1: Understanding Psychosis Chair Professor Michael Owen, Cardiff 14.15 Edinburgh high risk studies Professor Eve Johnstone, Edinburgh 14.45 Genetic insights into psychosis Professor Michael O’Donovan, Cardiff 15.15 Prenatal malnutrition and schizophrenia Professor David St Clair, Aberdeen 15.45 Tea and Coffee 16.15 Session 2: Looking into the future of academic psychiatry Chair: Professor Peter Woodruff. Sheffield 16.15 Teaching Medical Students - more than my job's worth Professor Ania Korszun, London 16.45 How should academics and academic institutions be assessed? Professor Peter McGuffin, London 17.15 Academic psychiatry and the Royal College of Psychiatrists Professor Nick Craddock, Cardiff 17.45 A Mental Health Research Charity Professor Clair Chilvers, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust 17.55 End of session 19.00 Welsh banquet at Cardiff Castle Thursday 19 February 2009 All day: Main faculty meeting, open to all 08.30 Registration for main faculty meeting 09.00 Session 3: Seeking explanatory mechanisms in psychiatry Chair: Dr Tony O’Neill, Belfast 09.00 Antisocial behaviour Professor Bill Deakin, Manchester 09.30 A cognitive neuropsychological model of antidepressant action Dr Catherine Harmer, Oxford 10.00 Brain connectivity Professor Mary Phillips, Pittsburgh & Cardiff 10.30 Using a novel design to untangle prenatal and inherited effects Dr Kate Langley, Cardiff 11.00 Tea & coffee & poster viewing 12.00 Academic Faculty Business meeting – all participants welcome to attend Chair: Professor Nick Craddock, Chair of RCPsych Academic Faculty Acting Vice-Chair: Professor Peter Woodruff. Sheffield Treasurer: Professor Anne Farmer, London Including a talk by Professor Ilana Crome, Keele, about Clinical Excellence Awards and Academic Psychiatrists 13.00 Lunch 14.00 Session 4: Psychiatry across the lifespan Chair: Dr Nitin Purandre, Manchester 14.00 The impact of parental mental health during pregnancy and the postnatal period on early child development: a global perspective Professor Alan Stein, Oxford How many unipolars are bipolar (and does it matter)? 14.30 Dr Danny Smith, Cardiff 15.00 Big science studies of Alzheimer’s disease Professor Julie Williams, Cardiff 15.30 Dementias senilis and praecox: is there a shaggy connection? Professor Simon Lovestone, London 16.00 Tea, coffee and close Posters A pilot study of young carers in the South West London & St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust Dr Adil Akram, Dr Andy Kent, Ms Lani Teddy, Ms Niro Kuganenderan Division of Mental Health, St George’s, University of London, London A Retrospective Study of Aripiprazole Treatment in Patients with Refractory Mood Disorders Dr Hamid A Alhaj; Ms Michaela O'Regan and Dr R Hamish McAllister-William Psychobiology Research Group, Institute of Neuroscience, Newcastle University, Newcastle UK A Twin Study of Illness History Variables in Psychosis Dr. Charlotte L Allan,a* Dr. Alastair G Cardno,a Dr. Frühling V Rijsdijk,b Dr. Sridevi Kalidindi,c,d Prof. Robin M Murray,d Prof. Peter McGuffinb a Academic Unit of Psychiatry and Behavioural Sciences, University of Leeds, UK b MRC SGDP Centre, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London, UK c South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, Croydon Adult Directorate, London, UK d Division of Psychological Medicine and Psychiatry, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London, UK Reducing Suicide and Deliberate Self-harm in Prison Inmates: Retrospective Analysis of an Implemented Intervention Dr Bernice Knight, FY2 Academic Psychiatry, Barts and the London NHS Trust Dr Sally Price, FY1 Cardiology, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Ian Ducker, Safer Custody Detox Centre Manager, HMP Leeds Undergraduate psychiatry: Why, what, when, how? Dr Teifion Davies, Chair of Association of University Teachers of Psychiatry & Director of undergraduate psychiatry teaching, King’s College London Institute of Psychiatry, London Keeping Professional Boundaries (KPBs): Can we learn from Psychiatrists’ views and experience? Mamdouh EL-Adl, Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Trust (NHT), Northampton Admission Process, Assessment and Outcome of Inpatient Care at Welland Centre, Northamptonshire Healthcare Trust (NHT) Dr Ganesan Jeyachandran 1, Dr Rajesh Jacob 2 and Dr Jugjinder Singh 3 Staff Grade Psychiatrist 1 Kettering Community Mental Health Team Consultant Psychiatrist 2 Kettering Community Mental Health Team CT3 Trainee 3 Kettering Community Mental Health Team Higher or Lower? The functional neuroanatomy of perceived social hierarchies. Jones, S.C., Kaylor-Hughes, C.J., Wilkinson, I.D., Spence, S.A. SCANlab., Academic Clinical Psychiatry, Section of Neuroscience, University of Sheffield. Noradrenergic responsiveness in Generalised Anxiety Disorder: a SPECT study Nicola J Kalk1, Jan K Melichar1, Robin B Holmes1,4, Sean D Hood1,2, Lindsay G Taylor1, Mark RC Daglish1, Victoria J Parkin3, Michael R Rees5, Alan Lenox-Smith6, Ann R Lingford-Hughes1, David J Nutt1 1 Psychopharmacology Unit, University of Bristol 2 School of Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, University of Western Australia 3 Radiology Department, UBHT 4 Medical Physics Department, UHBT 5 School of Medical Sciences, Bangor University 6 Wyeth Laboratories, Maidenhead Premorbid Intelligence and Schizophrenia- A Systematic Review, Meta-analysis and Meta- Regression Analysis of the Population-based Studies Dr Golam M Khandaker MPhil (Cantab) MRCPsych, 1 2 Dr Jennifer H Barnett PhD, 23 Dr Ian R White PhD,4 Prof. Peter B Jones MRCPsych PhD 2 5 1 Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust, UK 2 Department of Psychiatry, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK 3 Psychiatric and Neurodevelopmental Genetics Unit, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, USA 4 Medical Research Council Biostatistics Unit, University of Cambridge, UK 5 Cambridge and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust, UK Psychiatric and behavioural disorders at 11 years of age in children born extremely preterm Dr Puja Kochhar, Dr Samantha Johnson, Prof Neil Marlow, Prof Chris Hollis (1 & 4 University of Nottingham) (2 & 3 University College London) Deliberate self-harm in Oxford University students, 1993-2005: Dr Su Mahadevan, Professor Keith Hawton, Ms Deborah Casey Centre for Suicide Research, University Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford, Warneford Hospital, Oxford Monitoring of patients receiving Clozapine – “Experience of Therapeutic drug monitoring and effect on prescription and clinical outcomes” Dr Jayasankar Reddy Palle, MRCPsych, ST5; Dr Santhosh Dontham, CT1; North Essex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust; Dr Caroline Mitchell, MRCPsych, Consultant Psychiatrist, Lanarkshire Primary care NHS Trust. Predictors of Antipsychotics / Antidepressants Prescription outside the Therapeutic Guidelines Dr. Syed Naveed Asif Rizvi, Registrar/Tutor in Psychiatry, Dr. Raju Bangaru, Consultant Psychiatrist, Dublin The Use of Electronic Medical Records in Psychiatric Research James Rucker, Institute of Psychiatry, London Genome-wide association scan in recurrent Major Depression using pooled DNA. 1,3 Schosser Alexandra*, 1Pirlo Katrina, 1Gaysina Darya, 1Cohen-Woods Sarah, 1Elkin Amanda, 1Meaburn Emma, 1Schalkwyk Leo, 2Craddock Nick, 2Owen Mike, 1Craig Ian, 1McGuffin Peter, 1Farmer Anne 1 MRC SGDP Centre, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London 2 Department of Psychological Medicine, Cardiff University 3 Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Medical University Vienna, Austria *supported by an Erwin-Schroedinger-Fellowship (Ref. Nr. J2647) of the Austrian Science Funds Mental Treatment Act and Management of Psychiatric Emergencies in Paediatric Hospital. Dr. Irfan Ali Syed, Registrar, Our Lady’s Hospital of Sick Children, Dublin, Ireland Dr. M. Doherty, Consultant, Our Lady’s Hospital of Sick Children, Dublin, Ireland Professor Fiona Mc.Nicholas, Our Lady’s Hospital of Sick Children, Dublin, Ireland Treatment Response In Child & Adolescent Depression: the effects of Expectation and Personality style Dr. Aaron K. Vallance Honorary Lecturer in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Imperial College London, UK ZNF804A, the top hit in the largest GWAS to date, influences performance IQ in schizophrenia cases and healthy controls. Walters J1, Owen MJ1, Donohoe G2, Williams H1, Moskvina V1, Rujescu D3, O’Donovan M1 1 Department of Psychological Medicine, School of Medicine, Cardiff University, Heath Park, Cardiff, UK. 2 Neuropsychiatric Genetics Research Group, Dept of Psychiatry & Institute of Molecular Medicine, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. 3 Molecular and Clinical Neurobiology, Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich, Germany. Is a negative chronic life stressor antecedent to treatment for unipolar depression associated with a worse prognosis? Dr Louise Whyte MBChB, Professor Glyn Lewis PhD FRCPsych, Jean Mulligan PhD and the GENPOD study team. Self–Harm In South Asian Women: A Literature Review Informed Approach to Assessment and Formulation Dr. Kamran Ahmed, Dr. Rajesh Mohan, Prof. Dinesh Bhugra, London Corpus callosum damage in heavy marijuana use using Diffusion Tensor Imaging techniques Chengappa S3, Arnone D1, Barrick TR2, Mackay CE5, Clark CA4, Abou-Saleh MT3 1 University of Manchester, Neuroscience and Psychiatry Unit, Manchester 2 Centre for Clinical Neuroscience, Division of Cardiac and Vascular Sciences, and 3Division of Mental Health, St George’s University of London, London, UK 4 Radiology and Physics Unit, UCL Institute of Child Health, London UK 5 Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford, Warneford Hospital, Oxford, UK Modulation by visual context of cortical response to auditory stimulation M J Douglas1, D L Hyland1, M D Hunter1, T F D Farrow1, I D Wilkinson2, R Pheasant3, J Kang4, G Watts3, K Horoshenkov3, P W R Woodruff1. 1 SCANLab, Department of Academic Clinical Psychiatry; 2Academic Unit of Radiology, University of Sheffield, UK; 3School of Engineering, University of Bradford, UK; 4School of Architecture, University of Sheffield, UK. National Survey of Assertive Outreach Team Managers in England Dr. Ratna Ghosh, ST5 in General Adult Psychiatry, Fulbourn Hospital, Cambridge, CB21 5EE Dr. Helen Killaspy, Consultant Psychiatrist and Senior Lecturer in Rehabilitation Psychiatry, Department of Mental Health Sciences, Hampstead Campus, University College London, Royal Free Hospital ,London NW3 2PF A cognitive neuropsychological model of antidepressant drug action Harmer CJ, University Department of Psychiatry, Warneford Hospital, Oxford Suicide in High Security Hospital Patients Dr Roland M Jones1, Dr Heidi Hales2, Dr Martin Butwell2, Dr Mike Ferriter3 , Prof Pamela J Taylor1 1 Department of Psychological Medicine, School of Medicine, Cardiff University, Cardiff, CF14 4XN 2 Broadmoor Hospital, Crowthorne, Berkshire 3 Rampton Hospital, Retford, Nottinghamshire Skin Conductance Responses To The Anticipation Of Reward Are Negatively Correlated With Hedonic Tone In Healthy Females. Author Block: Georgina Knott1, Anthony David1, Paul A. Keedwell2 1 Psychological Medicine, Institute of Psychiatry, London, United Kingdom, 2Psychological Medicine, Cardiff University, Cardiff, United Kingdom. A functional MRI study of the cortical response to external speech in those who experience hypnagogic and hypnopompic hallucinations L. L. Lewis-Hanna1, M. D. Hunter1, I. D. Wilkinson2, P. W. R. Woodruff1 1 SCANLab, Academic Clinical Psychiatry, Section of Neuroscience and 2Academic Unit of Radiology, School of Medicine, University of Sheffield, The Longley Centre, Norwood Grange Drive, Sheffield, United Kingdom, S5 7JT. Evaluation of the effectiveness of group-delivered mindfulness-based cognitive therapy in highly recurrent unipolar depressive disorder with mild-to-moderate persistent symptoms: patient satisfaction and overall improvement may not occur through the reduction of depressive symptom severity Dr. David Baldwin1, 2, Dr. Paul Chadwick 3, 2, Dr. Julia Sinclair 1,2, Dr. Lyn Ellett 2, Dr. Matthew Garner 1, 3, Dr. Antonio T V Lopes2 , Dr. Khalil Ajel 2, Dr. Nupur Tiwari2, Catherine Carr 1 1. Clinical Neuroscience Division, School of Medicine, University of Southampton 2. Mood Disorders Service, Hampshire Partnership Trust 3. School of Psychology, University of Southampton Jumping to decisions rather than conclusions: Bayesian models of paranoid decision-making Dr. Michael Moutoussis a , Prof. Richard Bentall b,c , Dr. Wael El-Deredy c & Prof. Peter Dayan d a Tolworth Hospital, Red Lion rd., Surbiton KT6 7QU, England, firstname.lastname@example.org b School of Psychology, University of Wales, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 c Department of Psychology, University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PL, England d Gatsby Computational Neuroscience Unit, Alexandra House, 17 Queen Square London WCIN 3AR, England The Importance of Ethnic, Socioeconomic and Health Related Factors in the Pressence of Common Mental Disorders in England Dr. Pablo Ronzoni, Dr. Vesna Jordanova 1 University of Leicester, Leicester An Audit to Assess Action Taken in the Event of a Patient Not Attending Outpatient Clinic Dr Larissa J M Ryan, Speciality Registrar 2 Psychiatry, Oxford Deanery, Oxford A Survey of Complementary and Alternative Treatments in Psychiatric Out-Patients Dr. Richard Sankar (ST2 Trainee in Psychiatry) Hawthorn Lodge, Moorgreen Hospital, Botley Road, West End, Southampton, SO30 3JB Dr. Peter Childs (Consultant Psychiatrist) Hawthorn Lodge, Moorgreen Hospital, Botley Road, West End, Southampton, SO30 3JB Neuropsychological Functioning in Children and Adolescents with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Oppositional Behaviour- Dr Sarah Seth, Dr Helen Smith, Dr David Coghill and Professor Keith Matthews University of Dundee, Centre for Neuroscience,Division of Medical Sciences A systematic review of treatment options for osteopenia and osteoporosis in anorexia nervosa Dr. S.Woerwag-Mehta, Dr. E. Skouta, Prof. I. Campbell, Prof. J. Treasure Exhibition The College would like to thank Eli Lilly and The Wellcome Trust for their valuable support of this meeting. The presence of an exhibitor is not an endorsement of its products and exhibitors do not influence the content of the meeting All programme details were correct at the time of going to print. We cannot be held responsible for any subsequent changes.