Neuropsychiatry, Royal Melbourne Hospital:

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RMH-Alfred-Concord Seminars in Neuropsychiatry

Unfortunately due to COVID-19 and the rapidly evolving situation and impacts this has had at our main lecture sites, we have had to cancel/postpone the 13 April talk by Dr Chris Kyndt. We plan to resume on 12 May, but in a purely ‘virtual’ setting, with lectures delivered and attended via Zoom. Please do not hesitate to contact us if we can clarify anything. We hope you are managing as best as you can and looking after yourselves and others, during these challenging times.

Neuropsychiatry at the Royal Melbourne, Alfred and Concord Hospitals are pleased to have several seminars planned for 2020. 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 seminars (Melbourne time):
8-9am (Melbourne time) on the following Tuesdays:

14 April: Dr Chris Kyndt: autoimmune encephalitis postponed to 1 December

12 May: Professor Perminder Sachdev: DSM-5 classification of neurocognitive disorders

14 July: A/Professor David Darby: cognitive assessment

1 September: Dr Ramon Mocellin:  ‘The Perfect Storm’: Neuropsychiatry of Parkinson’s Disease

13 October: Professor Julian Trollor: Autism in adulthood: what future psychiatrists should know about assessment and management

1 December: Dr Chris Kyndt: autoimmune encephalitis

Please click here to access slides and other materials from previous seminars.

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


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