Booking for this event is now closed. This is a network event open to all adult and paediatric psychologists working in respiratory, cardiology, critical care and liaison psychology services.
It aims to provide an opportunity for psychologists working in these areas to share the latest thinking, innovations and challenges regarding clinical, governance, policy and research from a local and national perspective.
Meeting will include an update from the recent DCP conference and local and national updates about the integrated health agenda.
Please see the programme tab for further information.
BPS London Office
30 Tabernacle Street
Nearest tube stations: Moorgate (Circle and Hammersmith and City) and Old Street (Northern Line City branch).
- Professor Mark Pennington (political scientist and health economist, King’s College London)
Mark Pennington holds a PhD from the London School of Economics and Political Science and has been Professor of Political Economy and Public Policy in the Department of Political Economy since January 2012, where he now serves as Head of Department.
Prior to joining King’s he taught for 12 years in the School of Politics and International Relations at Queen Mary College, University of London.
- Jane Hutton (respiratory)
- Danny O’Toole (respiratory)
- Hannah Osborne (liaison psychology)
- Kelly Buttigieg (cardiac)
Managing Frequent Attenders to A&E: Challenges, opportunities and lessons learnt from the Tower Hamlets Frequent Attenders Project
|09.55||The London Respiratory Network paper on the value of psychology and psychologists
Jane Hutton (King’s College Hospital) and
Danny O’Toole (Hammersmith and Fulham Community Cardio-Respiratory Service)
Psychological considerations working in cardiac rehabilitation: a view across Trusts and from across continents
Health psychology and long term conditions in IAPT : Working together
|12.10||FaCCHP Annual General Meeting (open to all members) and lunch|
|13:00||Keynote address: Health economics in clinical health psychology Professor Mark Pennington, political scientist and health economist (King’s College London)|
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