Sussex Psychosis Research interest Group (SPRiG)

SPRiG Presentations

2019

 

March 6th 2019

Title slide for the psychosis in migrants talk by Dr. James Kirkbride

 

 

 

 

 

Dr James Kirkbride, Sir Henry Dale Fellow (Wellcome Trust and Royal Society) and Reader in Epidemiology in the Division of Psychiatry at University College London.

Trading Places: Understanding psychosis risk amongst migrants and their descendants.

Slides: available here.

January 30th 2019

Dr. Christina Jones: Caring for Caregivers (C4C): A pilot feasibility randomised control trial of Positive Written Disclosure for older adult caregivers of people with psychosis

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Christina Jones, Senior Lecturer, University of Surrey.

Caring for Caregivers (C4C): Pilot randomised Controlled Trial of Positive Written Disclosure for Carers of  People with Psychosis.

Slides: available here.

 

 

 

 

omSPRiG seminar 28th June 2017, 4-5pm, Sussex Education Centre 


Dr Oliver Mason



The use of peer-delivered intervention following psychiatric crisis
ffSPRiG seminar 26th October 2016, 4-5pm, Sussex Education Centre 



Professor Tom Craig 



Computer Assisted Therapy for Auditory Hallucinations: the AVATAR clinical trial
SPRiG Seminar 28th Apridfl 2016, 5-6pm, Sussex Education Centre


Katy Baboulene 



Soteria: Being with, not doing to. Combining compassion and evidenece in approaches to psychosis. 
SPRiG Seminar 30th April 2015, 3-4pm, University of Sussex



 Dr Mark Hayward & Dr Clara Strauss

 Findings from mindfulness-based therapy groups for people distressed by hearing voices
SPRiG Seminar 29th January 2015, 3-4pm, University of Sussex:


Dr Kathy Greenwood

 Overcoming barriers to implementation of psychological therapies for psychosis

 SPRiG Seminar 27th March 2014, 3-4pm, University of Sussex


 Dr Clio Berry

 Social inclusion for young people with and without psychosis

 SPRiG Seminar 24th February 2014, 3-4pm, University of Sussex


 Dr 
Louise McCusker

 Accounts of conspiracy beliefs within the general population: A Grounded Theory

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 SPRiG Seminar 5th December 2013, 3-4pm, University of Sussex 


 Dr Jo Hodgekins 

 Social recovery in early psychology: Assessment and intervention

Title slide for Cannabis use and psychosis presentationSPRiG Seminar 26th September 2013, 3-4pm, University of Sussex:

 

Alyssa Milton

Cannabis use reduction and relapse prevention in psychosis

Title presentation slide: Dr Andrew Thompson: Social cognition in early psychosis: A potential target for early intervention?SPRiG Seminar 19th April 2013, 12-1pm, University of Sussex:

 

Dr Andrew Thompson

Social cognition in early psychosis: A potential target for early intervention?

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Parents' communication to primary school-aged children about mental health & ill-healthSPRiG Seminar 22nd March 2013, 12-1pm, Sussex Education Centre, Hove:

 

Dr Joanne Mueller

Parents' communication to primary school-aged children about mental health & ill-health

Title presentation slide: Dr Janine King: How do teachers communicate with children about mental health problems and what influences this?SPRiG Seminar 22nd March 2013, 12-1pm, Sussex Education Centre, Hove:

 

Dr Janine King

How do teachers communicate with children about mental health problems and what influences this?

Title presentation slide: Dr Helen Glossop: Young peoples' beliefs about help-seeking for psychosisSPRiG Seminar 22nd March 2013, 12-1pm, Sussex Education Centre, Hove:

 

Dr Helen Glossop

Young peoples' beliefs about help-seeking for psychosis

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Title presentation slide: Professor David Kingdon: Cognitive Therapy for Psychosis ... or 'Good Clinical Practice'SPRiG Seminar 25th Jan 2013, 12-1pm, Sussex Education Centre, Hove:

 

Professor David Kingdon

Cognitive Therapy for Psychosis ... or 'Good Clinical Practice'

Lecture Slides: Dr. Helen Fisher: Childhood maltreatment and psychosis SPRiG November 2012SPRiG Seminar 30th November 2012, 12-1pm, University of Sussex:

Dr Helen Fisher

Childhood maltreatment and psychosis [PPT 1.84MB]

Poster imageSPRiG Seminar 13th September 2012, 12-1pm, University of Sussex:

Professor Stefan Priebe

The therapeutic relationship and patient-reported outcomes in the treatment of patients with psychosis [PDF 1.08MB]

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Poster for Dr. Kate Cavanagh's SPRiG presentation, 27th April 2012, University of Sussex

 SPRiG Seminar 27th April 2012, 12-1pm, University of Sussex:

Dr Kate Cavanagh

The role of perseverative thinking processes in paranoia [PPTX 609.40KB]

SPRiG Emmanuelle Peters slide shot

SPRiG Seminar 24th February 2012, 12-1pm, Sussex Education Centre, Hove

Dr Emmanuelle Peters

Appraisals, psychotic symptoms and affect in daily life, and changes during CBT [PPT 1.47MB]

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SPRiG Seminar 27th January 2012, 12-1pm, University of Sussex:

Dr Sam Hutton

Reading faces: The relationship between individual differences in psychosis proneness and face processing [PDF 4.89MB]

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SPRiG Seminar 25th November 2011, 12-1pm, University of Sussex:

Dr Clark Davison

Towards a theory of mental health professionals’ understandings of psychotic experiences [PPT 568.50KB]

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SPRiG Seminar 30th September 2011, 12-1pm, University of Sussex:

Manuela Jarrett

Early detection of psychosis in Brixton prison [PPT 1.12MB]

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Rick Fraser screenshot

SPRiG Seminar 25th June 2011, 12-1pm, Sussex Education Centre, Hove:

Dr Rick Fraser

Prevalence of Autism Spectrum Disorders & Autistic Traits in a Youth Mental Health Service [PPT 3.58MB]

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SPRiG Seminar 1st April 2011, 12-1pm, Sussex Education Centre, Hove:

Dr Mark Hayward

The experience of hearing voices: Daring to talk back [PPT 966.00KB]

SW posterSPRiG Seminar 25th February 2011, 12-1pm, University of Sussex:

Professor Stephen Wood

Predicting psychosis using neurobiology: Where are we now? [PPT 7.52MB]

KB poster SPRiG Seminar 26th November 2010, 12-1pm, Sussex Education Centre, Hove:

Dr Katherine Berry


Attachment in psychosis and therapeutic relationships [PPT 96.50KB]

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Psychosis research presentations:

First slide of Emmanuelle Peters' SPFT RD conference talk June 2012

Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust Research & Development Conference, 14th June 2012, University of Sussex:

Dr Emmanuelle Peters

The route to psychosis: What differentiates individuals with psychotic experiences with and without a 'need for care'?

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Clinical and Developmental Research in Progress, 31st May 2012, University of Sussex:

Dr Kathryn Greenwood

Talking to primary school children about severe mental illness

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Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust Research & Development Conference, 23rd June 2011, University of Sussex:

Professor Til Wykes

Food for thought: Psychological approaches to cognitive decline in schizophrenia [PPT 3.85MB]

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Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust Research & Development Conference, 23rd June 2011, University of Sussex:

Dr Kathryn Greenwood

Improving Engagement of Young people in Early interventions: the EYE project [PPT 3.56MB]

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Clinical and Developmental Research in Progress, University of Sussex, 9th June 2011:

Dr Kathryn Greenwood

Impaired functioning in Schizophrenia: Mechanisms, models and measurement [PPTX 8.12MB]

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