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52nd Maudsley Debate: More harm than good?

Denmark Hill Campus, Institute of Psychiatry (Main Building)
13/05/2015 (17:30-19:00)

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This house believes that the long term use of psychiatric medications is causing more harm than good.

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Chair:  Professor Til Wykes, Professor of Clinical Psychology & Rehabilitation and Vice-Dean, Psychology & Systems Sciences, IoPPN

Professor Sami Timimi, Consultant Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist; Director of Postgraduate Education, NHS Lincolnshire; Visiting Professor of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, University of Lincoln
Professor Peter Gøtzsche, Director, The Nordic Cochrane Centre, Denmark

Professor Allan Young, Professor of Mood Disorders, IoPPN
Mr John Crace, Journalist, The Guardian

17.30–18.00: Refreshments
18.00–19.15: Debate
19.15–20.30: Reception

Important information
This is a free, ticketed event. Places are limited and booking is essential.
Showing your ticket is required for entry - from a print out or on your mobile phone.
It is not possible to reserve seats and seats are allocated on a first come first served basis.
Audio and video recordings are taken at each debate.

Booking your place
Booking will open on Monday 2 March 2015 at 09.00. Booking will close when the debate is full, or on Wednesday 13 May 2015 at 14.00 and it will not be possible to book after this time.

The debate will take place in the Wolfson Lecture Theatre. When the lecture theatre becomes full, the Robin Murray A and B rooms will be used where attendees will be able to watch the debate live on screen.
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