Institute of Mental Health Symposium - Social Psychiatry: Black Mental Health
04 November 2020, 2:00 pm–3:40 pm
Join us for the Autumn term Institute of Mental Health Clinical-Academic Symposium on Social Psychiatry: Black Mental Health
This event is free.
G121-19 Torrington PlaceLondonWC1E 7HB
This symposium will go ahead virtually via Zoom. Please register on Eventbrite where you will then receive information on how to join the meeting.
Timings: 2-3.40pm, Wednesday 4th November 2020.
14.00: Welcome address, Prof Tony David, Director, UCL Institute of Mental Health
14.05: Introductory Remarks, Zenni Emeka-Enechi, UCL African Caribbean Society
14.10: Black Mental Health: Where are we now and where are we going?, Prof Lade Smith, Consultant Psychiatrist, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
14.30: Psychosis sans frontieres: removing ethnic inequalities in psychosis risk, Dr James Kirkbride, Division of Psychiatry, UCL
14.50: Improving the experiences of Black patients and staff members in an NHS Mental Health Trust, Anthony Jemmott, Community Matron and Trust Lead for Work Force Race Equality Standards, Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust
15.05 Race and the Brain, Prof Lasana Harris, Division of Psychology and Language Sciences, UCL
15.25: General Discussion
The IoMH Symposium is a termly half day event discussing cutting edge research and clinically relevant topics in mental health. They are open to all interested clinicians, researchers and students across UCL, Camden & Islington NHS Trust and affiliated partners.