IMPARTS SEMINAR SERIES
The IMPARTS seminar series provides a forum to discuss issues relevant to the mental/physical health interface. Clinicians and researchers from across KHP present recent research and advances in practice relevant to clinicians in physical medicine, nursing, allied professions, health psychology and liaison psychiatry. All welcome- please visit http://www.kcl.ac.uk/iop/depts/pm/research/imparts/Seminars/Seminars.aspx to reserve a place.
5th Seminar: Brief or Cost-effective Psychological Interventions at the Physical Health Interface
Thursday 20th June 2013, 2.00-5.30pm
Harris Lecture Theatre, Hodgkin Building, Guy's Campus, London, SE1 1UL
2.00-2.05 Introduction to IMPARTS and this Seminar
Matthew Hotopf (IMPARTS Lead and Professor of General Hospital Psychiatry, KCL).
Session 1 Chair: Ann McNeill (Professor of Addictions in the National Addictions Centre, KCL).
2.05-2.15 Update on IMPARTS
Lauren Rayner (IMPARTS Project Coordinator, KCL)
2.15-2.35 Self-help interventions for psychological distress in physical illness
Faith Matcham (Research worker and PhD Student IMPARTS Project)
2.35-2.55 Can a nurse-led intervention help people with epilepsy who attend A&E frequently?
Leone Ridsdale (Professor of Neurology and General Practice, KCL)
2.55-3.15 Community day-long CBT-I workshops for insomnia
June Brown (Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology/Hon Consultant Psychologist)
3.15-3.35 A brief CBT-based self-management approach for IBS with Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners (PWPs)
Rona Moss-Morris (Professor of Psychology as Applied to Medicine)
3.35-4.00 Tea (Classroom 11 – Hodgkin Building)
Session 2 Chair: June Brown (Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology/Hon Consultant Psychologist)
4.00-4.20 Intervening with smokers in mental health: recent developments
Ann McNeill (Professor of Addictions in the National Addictions Centre, KCL).
4.20-4.40 E-mental health: can it live up to the promise?
Peter Musiat (Lecturer in E-Mental Health)
4.40-5.00 Developing a web-based intervention for psychological distress
in End-Stage Renal Disease
Joe Chilcot (Lecturer in Health Psychology, KCL)
5.00-5.20 National implementation of computer-aided CBT: Lessons learnt and future directions
Luca Palmili (Visiting Researcher at the Dept of Psychology, IoP)
5.20-5.30 Closing Remarks - Practical Implications for Clinical Practice
5.30 Wine Reception (Classroom 11 - Hodgkin Building)