Best Practice in Psychosis Conference

Calman Learning Centre, Durham University
19 March 2013

On Tuesday 19th March, Hearing the Voice was delighted to host a ‘Best Practice in Psychosis Conference’ in conjunction with the Tyne, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust and funded by the Wolfson Research Institute at Durham University.  The conference was of particular relevance to those working with people experiencing psychosis, and provided NHS staff with the opportunity to share and showcase areas of good practice, as well as the chance to learn about the ways in which the latest academic research into voice hearing and other unusual mental states can be translated into clinical practice.

For more information about the conference, please download the Best Practice in Psychosis Conference programme.  Resources for conference participants are available here.

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