Year after year, month after month, week after week, the British Association for Psychopharmacology [BAP] has invited psychiatrists, and psychiatrists in training, to their “educational meetings”. Throughout my career I … Continue reading Correspondence with the British Association for Psychopharmacology
I recently read a British Geriatrics Society (BGS) blog which was titled: “Antidementia medication may improve survival in Alzheimer’s disease”. Having read this blog several times I wrote to the … Continue reading Might the experts themselves be confused?
In this post I reply to Professor Jason Leitch, whose letter of the 2nd June 2015 on Haloperidol prescribing to Scotland’s elderly can be read here: This is the … Continue reading A letter to Professor Jason Leitch
I have sent the following as a Freedom of Information request to 14 NHS Boards in Scotland. When I receive replies I will post them on Hole Ousia. 7 November … Continue reading Hospital prescribing of Haloperidol in your NHS Health Board area
“This House supports the early detection of dementia” Following on from my previous post which outlined my opposing argument, I can now share the result of this RCPsych debate: The … Continue reading Early detection of dementia: RCPsych result
In this Royal College of Psychiatry debate it was agreed beforehand that Prof Ballard could present first. The debate centred on this RCPsych Motion: “This house supports the early detection … Continue reading Prof Clive Ballard
This debate was part of the Northern and Yorkshire Autumn Conference of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and was held in Durham, on Friday 26th September 2014. The motion was … Continue reading “This House supports the early detection of dementia”
Disclaimer: the transcript of this film (and the film itself) does not represent the views of any organisation. Any opinions offered by Hole Ousia and the filmmaker are made in a personal capacity only. … Continue reading Primum non forgetful