VIDEOS

These are short videos of speakers from previous Oxford Psychological Medicine events discussing a range of issues relating to psychological medicine. Topics include the need for psychological medicine services, training cancer nurses in psychological care and psychological medicine in specific contexts, including the end of life, antenatal and postnatal care, and the workplace.

Introduction to Psychological Medicine
Michael Sharpe: The need for Psychological Medicine services
Richard Mayou: The origins of Psychological Medicine in the UK
Simon Wessely: Psychological Medicine today
Michael Yousif: Measuring the quality of Psychological Medicine services

Oxford Psychological Medicine
Michael Sharpe: The development of Oxford Psychological Medicine

Symptoms
Kurt Kroenke: Symptoms

Psychological Medicine for Oncology & Palliative Care
Don Rosenstein: Providing supportive care for patients with cancer
Tom Grew: The experience of having cancer
Sarah Blagden: An oncologist’s perspective
Amanda Ramirez: Improving conversations in oncology
Michael Sharpe: Depression in people with cancer
Alison Richardson: Training cancer nurses in psychological care
Jane Walker: Psychological Medicine at the end of life

Psychological Medicine for Obstetrics
Christina Wichman: Psychiatric disorders in pregnancy
Irene Petersen: Antidepressant medication in pregnancy
Veronica Miller: An obstetrician’s perspective
Kelly: A patient’s perspective
Maddelena Miele: Psychological medicine in antenatal & postnatal care
Emily Slater: Everyone’s business
Louise Howard: Psychological medicine for obstetrics

Psychological Medicine for Neurology
Eileen Joyce: Psychological Medicine for people with neurological conditions

Psychological Medicine & Transplantation
Stephen Potts: Psychological Medicine and organ transplantation

Psychological Medicine in the Workplace
Max Henderson: Psychological Medicine in the Workplace