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Following his keynote address at the 2018 RCPsych International Congress, Professor Simon Lovestone talks to Raj Persaud about the use of ‘big data’ in psychiatric research. Focusing on dementia and Alzheimer’s, he reveals the ways in which pseudonymised real-world data has been used to develop our understanding of mental illness, and the opportunities that this provides for future research. More...
8/7/2018 | Download
Minimum recommended time: 30 minutes | Credits: 0.5 | CPD Domains: Academic
Dr Raj Persaud talks to Wesley Turner and Leanne Casey, who have conducted a meta-analysis of outcomes associated with clinical virtual reality randomised controlled trials. More...
12/23/2014 | Download
Minimum recommended time: 30 minutes | Credits: 0.5 | CPD Domains: Academic,Clinical
In this podcast we are discussing internet addiction, which has become a growing global phenomenon reported by professional anecdote and by mainstream media. Although internet addiction is not formally recognised by the ICD or DSM as yet, there is much research afoot to attempt to define it, and by so doing, develop specific and evidence-based ways to treat it. We discuss a two-wave prevalence study looking at how big the problem of internet addiction is, what it is comorbid with, and whether it can be seen to exist on its own as a diagnostic entity. More...
7/22/2010 | Download
Minimum recommended time: 30 minutes | Credits: 0.5 | CPD Domains: Clinical
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