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The 2011 conference programme is available to download

DCP 2011 Draft Conference Programme

Keynote Speakers

Professor Max Birchwood, Director, Birmingham Early Intervention Centre
Presentation: "Early intervention and prevention in (youth) mental health: the final frontier?"
Professor Christopher Eccleston, Bath Pain Management Unit, University of Bath
Presentation: "Evidence-based chronic pain management"
Dr Carol D. Goodheart, President American Psychological Association 2010
Presentation: "Psychology Practice in Health Care: Design for Tomorrow"
Professor Allison Harvey, University of California
Presentation: "A Transdiagnostic Perspective on Sleep in Psychological Disorders"
Professor Barbara Wilson OBE
Presentation: "Neuropsychological Rehabilitation: Where did we start? What do we do? Where are we going?"

Invited Symposia

Sleep; the best bridge between hope and despair is a good night's sleep
Professor Colin Espie,
University of Glasgow
Dr Alice Gregory, Goldsmiths College, University of London
Professor Kevin Morgan, Sleep Research Centre, Loughborough University

Discussant: Professor Allison Harvey, University of California


Professor Nick Alderman, St Andrew's Healthcare
Professor Jonathan Evans, University of Glasgow
Professor Ian Robertson, Trinity College, Dublin
Dr Tom Manly, Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit
Discussant: Professor Barbara Wilson OBE


Dr Kieron Murphy, Joint Commissioning Panel Director
Dr Jane Povey, Clinical Engagement Director Commissioning Development Transition Team
Professor Sir Steve Field, Birmingham GP and Chair of the NHS Future Forum
Dr Claire Maguire, Commissioner and Consultant Clinical Psychologist

Award Lectures

M.B. Shapiro Award Lecture

"Monte Shapiro’s Legacy: Historical Perspectives and Future Prospects"

Professor Tony Lavender, Canterbury Christ Church University

May Davidson Award Lecture
"Enabling Flexible Control: Interventions for Mood Swings and Transdiagnostic Processes"

Dr Warren Mansell, University of Manchester

Click Here to see the Award Lecture

PQG Award Lectures

Award Winner 1: "Social cognition in adults who have survived a traumatic brain injury: the role of body state awareness"
Dr Anna Adlam, University of East Anglia

Award Winner 2: "Socialization to the model' : an active component in psychological therapy"
Dr Jo Daniels, University of Bath

2011 Annual Conference - Copies of Presentations

2011 Keynote Speakers
We are currently waiting for the Keynote presentations to be sent in.

The 2011 award winners were...

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Prof. Tony Lavender, Canterbury Christ Church University

M.B. Shapiro Award Winner

MB Shapiro Award presentation.doc

MB_ Shapiro Presentation.ppt

Dr Warren Mansell, University of Manchester
May Davidson Award Winner

Dr Jen Unwin, Southport & Ormskirk Hospital

Karen Elhert Lifetime Achievement Award


Added 12/12/2011: Angela Busuttil.ppt Anja Wittkowski.ppt Barry Ingham.ppt Bree MacDonald.ppt
Caroline Brett.ppt Caroling Cochrane.ppt Catriona McIntosh.ppt Cindy Taylor.ppt Clark Davison.ppt Commissioning Claire Maguire.ppt Commissioning Kevin Morgan.ppt Denise Hrouda.ppt Donna Rutherford.ppt Isabel Clarke.ppt Jenny Webb.ppt Jim White Callback.ppt Jim White Steps.ppt Karen Elhert Award Winner Jen Unwin.ppt Margaret Henning.ppt Mark Pitkethly.ppt Poster Darongkamas.pdf Ruth Turner.ppt Sarajane Aris.ppt Stephen Kellett.ppt Tim Prescott.ppt

Added 13/12/2011:
Added 16/12/2011:
Carol Goodheart: These slides will only be available until 31st December 2011 .

Instructions: click on the Initiatives tab, then scroll down to the bottom of the Presidential Initiative on Advancing Practice and click on the PDF file Psychology Practice: Design for Tomorrow. You may download the file to your personal computers. Slides may not be posted on a website.
Added: 6/01/2012

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