Letter to Professor Andrea Cipriani

Wednesday, 29 May 2019 Dear Professor Cipriani, The SUSANA Survey: I have now had some time to think over your considered response. Thank you again for this. I have never … Continue reading Letter to Professor Andrea Cipriani

SUSANA survey

I have recently completed this survey. This is how the survey is introduced: I have over twenty years experience of antidepressants as both a patient and as a prescriber so … Continue reading SUSANA survey

Pharmavarsity

The award committee has carefully agreed that the William Sargant Cup for Pharmavarsity [2019] should be shared between the following Departments of Psychiatry: University College London, Kings College London, and … Continue reading Pharmavarsity

“. . . the race is on to get it to market”

The story of ‘alcosynth’ was given yesterday in a number of the National papers. The subtitle in the Guardian stated that “. . . the race is on to get … Continue reading “. . . the race is on to get it to market”

It’s BOOM time in Industry

This is an unedited clip of a contribution made by Professor Michael Sharpe, Professor of Psychological Medicine at the University of Oxford. The Event marked the 50th Anniversary of the … Continue reading It’s BOOM time in Industry

University of Oxford – Department of Psychiatry

This is the third in a series of posts that seeks to examine British academia’s “strategic partnerships with industry”. The following slideshow shares some of the University of Oxford, Department of Psychiatry’s ‘strategic … Continue reading University of Oxford – Department of Psychiatry

Antidepressant prescribing: still much to learn

  The above meta-analysis was published in the Lancet today and I woke up to read headlines like this: The lead author, Andrea Cipriani, Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford, … Continue reading Antidepressant prescribing: still much to learn

Declarations by the Department of Psychiatry, Oxford University

I recently wrote to the Department of Psychiatry, Medical Sciences Division, University of Oxford asking where the declarations of interest for their staff could be accessed by the public. The … Continue reading Declarations by the Department of Psychiatry, Oxford University