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Exploring Brain & Mind for Better Health

Coronavirus update

We would like to draw your attention to an important surveillance initiative for reporting neurological and psychiatric disorders associated with COVID-19. Please report new-onset neurological disorder, occurring contemporaneously or following confirmed or suspected COVID-19 infection here: www.coronerve.com

For psychiatric disorders please report them here on the RCPsych website: www.rcpsych.ac.uk/neuropsychiatry/coronerve


The British Neuropsychiatry Association (BNPA) was founded in 1987 and is the leading academic and professional body for medical practitioners and professionals allied to medicine in the UK working at the interface of the clinical and cognitive neurosciences and psychiatry.

The object of The British Neuropsychiatry Association (BNPA) is the advancement of health for the public benefit by bringing about improved health care for people with neuropsychiatric disorders in particular by increasing, integrating, and disseminating knowledge and understanding of the relationships between brain function and human behaviour through open learned meetings.

Teaching Weekend

10th, 11th and 12th December 2021 | LEARN MORE

Annual Meeting

Dates for 2021 TBC

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