Neuropsychiatry, Royal Melbourne Hospital


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Seminars in Neuropsychiatry

RMH-Alfred-Concord and RANZCP VIC Section of Neuropsychiatry
Seminars in Neuropsychiatry

Dates set for 2022!

Neuropsychiatry at the Royal Melbourne, Alfred and Concord Hospitals, and the RANZCP Victorian Section of Neuropsychiatry, are pleased to have several seminars planned for 2022. Please spread the word to colleagues far and wide with this link:

To receive details on how to attend sessions, for any queries, feedback, to suggest potential future topics, and to be put on the email list, please contact us.

Save the dates for these upcoming seminars1200-1300 (Melbourne time) on the following Tuesdays:

22 March – Dr Sarah Farrand: DBS for psychiatrists

24 May – Professor Perminder Sachdev: Tardive Dyskinesia

19 July – Cancelled

27 September – Dr Maie Walsh: Genetics and neuropsychiatric disorders

22 November – TBC

Please click here to access slides and other materials from previous seminars (for your personal use only).

Kind regards,
Dr Dhamidhu Eratne
Dr Tom Reilly
Dr Toby Winton-Brown
Dr Andrew Gleason
Professor Dennis Velakoulis

on behalf of the RANZCP Section of Neuropsychiatry Victorian Subcommittee

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Neuropsychiatry, Royal Melbourne Hospital:

Thank you

We hope you’ve enjoyed our RMH-Alfred Neuropsychiatry Education Series this year, and we look forward to seeing you next year.

– Dhamidhu Eratne, Toby Winton-Brown, Dennis Velakoulis, and many others, on behalf of the Section of Neuropsychiatry and Royal Melbourne Hospital and the Alfred

Thank you to all our excellent speakers for their time, and special mention and thanks to Kate Egan, Nicholas Burgess, and Lily Ward for keeping the lecture series afloat.

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Now it’s feedback time!

Please go to this website to give us some (anonymous) feedback: