If you’re interested in exploring online masters programmes with the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience (IoPPN), it’s our pleasure to invite you to the ‘Discover Online Learning’ webinar on Wednesday 7 June 2017.
This webinar will provide you with an excellent opportunity to investigate our online platform and discover how each learning activity has been especially designed to support your learning preferences.
With a general election in the UK now less than one week away, politicians pollsters and the public, are all ramping-up the rhetoric in a bid to be heard ahead of 8 June.
Dr Daniel Glaser our expert and Science Gallery Director at King’s College London, presents an interesting distillation of how the brain can influence voting behaviours. Using what we know regarding the ways that neurons respond to information, do you agree that when it comes to making decisions, our brains are as simplistic as our election processes?
Why do so many of us think of our mental and physical health as completely separate entities? Even the healthcare professionals trusted to look after us, can sometimes forget to adopt a multidisciplinary approach when managing our conditions.
Listen again to their fascinating arguments ‘for’ and ‘against’ and tell us what you think, or perhaps you have your own views on what you’d like to see amended (if anything) when the guidance comes up for review next year in 2018.
Sometimes, it feels like there’s a special day, or an awareness week for pretty much everything, but during Learning at Work Week, it’s no surprise that we’re fully-embracing the occasion here at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN).
In Module 2 of our brand new online Applied Neuroscience MSc, we will present and discuss basic neuroscience techniques and highlight how these are used to expand our knowledge of brain development and function.
If you’re interested in the analysis of gene expression, immunohistochemistry and neuroimaging, you can feel confident that this module will provide you with important fundamental knowledge and help you to develop the skills needed to critically appraise neuroscience literature.
From the programme’s launch in spring 2016, it became immediately apparent that many of you were desperately searching for a programme that truly explored the biological, psychological and socio-environmental factors important in the development and maintenance of mental health.
Over the next three weeks, we are running a photo competition, open to all staff, students (including online learning students) and alumni of the IoPPN. The photograph needs to capture something about life at the IoPPN, but beyond that there are no restrictions to the subject matter. It might be pictures of your research, doodles, brain imaging, campus shots or even revision notes! We hope to print and display the best photographs around the Institute.
Welcome to our On the couch series. Today we’re joining Dr Dawn N. Albertson (Principal Teaching Fellow, IoPPN, King’s College London) as she talks to Professor Rodrigo A. Bressan, MD PhD (Dept. of Psychosis Studies, IoPPN, King’s College London) for an informal, but incredibly enlightening conversation about his work.
This mental health awareness week serves as a timely reminder for us all to refocus our attentions on what good mental health or mental ill-health can look like.
The Mental Health Foundation describe good mental health as being more than simply the absence of a mental health problem, so they’ve chosen this week to view mental health from a different perspective. Instead of asking why so many of us are living with mental health problems, they’re seeking instead to uncover why too few of us are thriving with good mental health.
Several contemporary writers claimed that much of the baronial opposition to King John derived from the king's sexual encounters with noble women. Two of the writers used language that could imply coercion and a third included a prominent rebel's outright claim of the king's attempted rape of his daughter. This paper argues that there is […]