SEPSIG Autumn Meeting
Friday 20th September 2019
The spring meeting of the Royal College of Psychiatrists Sport and Exercise Special Interest Group has been confirmed for Friday 22nd March 2019. the meeting is open to all members of SEPSIG.
The venue is the Institute of Sport Exercise and Health in Central London.
The programme has been finalised including a sessions on concussion and suicide prevention with an opening address on physical activity and mental health by Brendon Stubbs.
Brendon Stubbs is Head Physiotherapist at the South London and Maudsley Trust and Lecturer at King’s College. His research interest is physical activity and mental health with over 500 academic papers and regular citations in mainstream media. He is lead author of the European Psychiatric Association guidelines on exercise in mental illness and in 2018 received the Schizophrenia International Research Society award for his work in physical activity and schizophrenia.
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