We are delighted to be able to introduce the programme for the 2021 annual meeting, which will be taking place on 11th March 2021.
Due to social restrictions and Covid-19, the meeting will be held online. We have a fantastic line up of speakers to discuss core topics in neuropsychiatry. In our neuromodulation: neurorestoration theme we focus on the use of brain computer interface in paralysis, neuroimaging in neuromodulation and intracranial recordings in depression. In our global neuropsychiatry session, we highlight critical updates on the neuropsychiatry of Covid19, PTSD in war journalists and mass hysteria. Our clinical update reviews the latest on delirium.
The meeting will open with the BNPA Medal lecture, awarded to Eileen Joyce, Professor of Psychiatry at University College London and the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, in recognition of her enormous contribution to advancing neuropsychiatry in the UK. We round off the meeting with our JNNP Lecturer, Masud Husain, Professor of Neurology, University of Oxford.
Although we will miss the social interactions of an in person meeting, our online meeting allows a truly global reach with international speakers. There will also be revamped poster sessions with an online data blitz and the usual Lishman prize winners, and ample opportunities for students and early career researchers to win prizes.
We have a reduced rate for this online conference.
Thank you again for supporting the BNPA and we look forward to seeing you in March 2021!
Registration to attend the one day meeting is now open
Call for poster submissions for our upcoming BNPA Annual General Meeting on 11 March 2021
We encourage you to submit posters to engage the neuropsychiatry community, gain exposure and interact with colleagues. Three poster submissions will be up for the prestigious Lishman award prize and lecture along with poster prizes and a new poster data blitz.
Deadline for submission 6th December 2020.