Professor Sir Simon Wessely will be speaking to Professor Tim Kendall, National Clinical Director for Mental Health at NHS England, and Professor Ed Bullmore, Head of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Cambridge about mental health, mental illness and COVID-19.
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Joining Professor Sir Simon Wessely on our COVID-19 Series this week is prominent economist and former Head of the Civil Service and Cabinet Secretary, Lord Gus O’Donnell.
The pair will look at the response to COVID-19 in the UK from the perspective of the civil service, discussing the way the government works during a crisis, how the key decisions are made, and how the country might emerge from the pandemic.
Henry Marsh, leading neurosurgeon and worldwide best-selling author of Do No Harm: Stories of Life, Death and Brain Surgery and Admissions: A Life in Brain Surgery, joins Professor Roger Kirby for a compelling discussion about his books, his career, and how COVID-19 has impacted the NHS as well as wider society.
Sir Michael Palin will be joining Professor Roger Kirby to discuss his incredible television career spanning over 50 years. From Monty Python to travel documentaries, Sir Michael is a very talented actor, comedian, writer, TV presenter, composer, Sheffield legend and a true national treasure whose work has entertained generations and stood the test of time.
This insightful webinar brings together three world-renowned scientists that have unique insights into the present SARS-CoV-2 virus pandemic. They will explain how genetics can reveal the unfolding story of SARS-CoV-2 by uncovering the virus's past, present and future.
In this first webinar, Paul Wicks PhD, neuropsychologist and independent consultant in digital health, clinical trials, rare disease, and patient centricity, will explore how patients are harnessing patient generated health data for their own purposes.
In this webinar, participants will develop a deeper understanding of how best to manage the TMJ patient. The expert speakers will delve into important questions regarding the surgical options available to this group of patients, and how to treat more complex cases to free the patient from pain and limited mandibular function.
This is the first webinar is a three part series in-which we will discuss the different approaches to understanding and responding to pain in older people, using insights from psychology, nursing and medicine.
The first part of this two parts webinar will aim to give an overview of treatment and rehabilitation under the Mental Health Act for people with developmental disabilities.
In this free webinar we'll look into the impact of lockdown on sleep, and sleep services that are helping patients sleep as lockdown lifts.
This the second webinar in a three part series and the aim is to teach participants to recognise and respond to analgesia dependence in older people.
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