Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences

Seminar: Understanding psychosis and schizophrenia

James Coyne PhD will be visiting the Division of Psychiatry on Wednesday 22 July and will be giving a talk on "Understanding psychosis and schizophrenia - a skeptic's perspective"

Seminar: "Understanding psychosis and schizophrenia - a skeptic's perspective"

James Coyne PhD will be visiting the Division of Psychiatry on Wednesday 22 July and will be giving a talk on "Understanding psychosis and schizophrenia - a skeptic's perspective". Professor Coyne is Professor Emeritus of Psychology at the Department of Psychiatry, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine; Professor of Health Psychology, University Medical Center, Groningen, and Distinguished Visiting Professor, Institute for Health Policy, Rutgers, the state University of New Jersey. He aims to give a lively and provocative talk that clinicians who work with seriously disturbed people would appreciate.Professor Coyne is also 2015 Carnegie Centenary Professor at Stirling University:http://www.stir.ac.uk/health-sciences/newsandevents/news-archive/2013/profjamesccoyne-carnegiecentenaryprofessorshipvisit/

Wednesday 22 July 2015, 4.00pm

Wednesday 22 July 2015, 5.00pm

Division of Psychiatry, Kennedy Tower, Royal Edinburgh Hospital, Edinburgh