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1 Online archive 33 Lectures and lecturers The Medico Psychological Association had only one eponymous yearly lecture (The Maudsley Lecture) started in The R.M.P.A. had a further lecture (The Blake Marsh Lecture) started in Since the advent of the College there has been a marked increase in the number of lectures (there are now a total of 13). The first new College lecture was the Distinguished Guest Lecture which was started in There had however been occasional Distinguished Speaker or Guest Speaker at Annual Meetings before that date but these were ad hoc rather than a regular planned lecture. This online archive lists the lectures that have been given. THE MAUDSLEY LECTURE Dr Henry Maudsley, , MPA President , by his will made a bequest to the Medico-Psychological Association (forerunner of the College) which provided the means for the institution of this lecture. The first Maudsley lecturer was Sir James Crichton Browne who spoke in July 1920 on the current state of psychiatry. The Lecture is delivered annually at the autumn quarterly meeting by a distinguished psychiatrist or expert in a related field. Details of council meetings are taken from the Council Minute Book for and the report of the Committee on the Maudsley Lectureship from the Journal of Mental Science, volume LXV, MAUDSLEY LECTURES AND LECTURERS 1st May 20th 1920 (May quarterly meeting) CRICHTON-BROWNE, Sir JAMES: untitled - subject: current state of psychiatry Journal of Mental Science 1920: 66; 199 2nd June 7th 1921 (June quarterly meeting) MOTT, Sir FREDERICK: The Maudsley Hospital, past and present Journal of Mental Science 1921: 67; 319 3rd May 25th 1922 (May quarterly meeting) CRAIG, Sir MAURICE: Some aspects of education and training in relation to mental disorder Journal of Mental Science 1922: 68; 209 4th May 24th 1923 (May quarterly meeting) CLARKE, CHARLES KIRK: untitled - subject: psychiatry in Canada Journal of Mental Science 1923: 69; 279 5th May 22nd 1924 (May quarterly meeting) CARSWELL, JOHN: Some sociological considerations bearing upon the occurrence, prevention and treatment of mental disorders Journal of Mental Science 1924: 70; 347 6th May 21st 1925 (May quarterly meeting) BOLTON, JOSEPH SHAW: On mind and brain Journal of Mental Science 1925: 71; 357 1

2 7th July 15th 1926 (Annual meeting) ROBERTSON, GEORGE M: The prevention of insanity - a preliminary survey of the problem Journal of Mental Science 1926: 72; 454 8th May 19th 1927 (May quarterly meeting) GOODALL, EDWIN: Dealing with some of the work done to elucidate the pathology of disease falling to be considered under the rubric Insanity Journal of Mental Science 1927: 73; 361 9th May 16th 1928 (May quarterly meeting) MACPHERSON, Sir JOHN: The new psychiatry and the influences which are forming it Journal of Mental Science 1928: 74; th May 22nd 1929 (May quarterly meeting) SPEARMAN, CHARLES E: The psychiatric use of the methods and results of experimental psychology Journal of Mental Science 1929: 75; th November 20th 1930 (November quarterly meeting) McCARDIE, The Honorable Mr Justice: Truth Journal of Mental Science 1931: 77; 4 12th November 24th 1931 (November quarterly meeting) BOND, C. HUBERT: Maudsley Not found 13 th November 22 nd 1932 (November quarterly meeting) BUZZARD, Sir EDWARD FARQUHAR: Education in medicine Journal of Mental Science ; 4 14th May 17th 1933 (May quarterly meeting) MEYER, ADOLF: British influences in psychiatry and mental hygiene Journal of Mental Science 1933: 79; th May 17th 1934 (May quarterly meeting) MACMILLAN, The Right Honorable Lord: The professional mind Journal of Mental Science 1934: 80; th February 28th 1935 (February quarterly meeting) BRUCE, LEWIS C: Physical symptoms in acute confusional insanity Journal of Mental Science 1935: 81; th November 25th 1936 (November quarterly meeting) LANGDON BROWN, Sir WALTER: The biology of social life Journal of Mental Science 1937: 83; 1 18th November 24th 1937 (November quarterly meeting) GOLLA, F: Science and psychiatry Journal of Mental Science 1938: 84; 4 19th November 24th 1938 (November quarterly meeting) HENDERSON, DAVID: A revaluation of psychiatry Journal of Mental Science 1939: 85; 1 13th November 22nd 1932 (November quarterly meeting) 1939 EDWARD MAPOTHER, lecturer elect, died before the date of the lecture 2

3 In abeyance 20th November 30th 1945 (November quarterly meeting) BROCK, Sir LAWRENCE: Psychiatry and the public health service Journal of Mental Science 1946: 92; th [sic] November 27th 1946 (November quarterly meeting) BARTLETT, F.C: Intelligence as a social problem Journal of Mental Science 1947: 93; 1 21st November 13th 1947 (November quarterly meeting) RYLE, JOHN A: Nosophobia Journal of Mental Science 1948: 94; 1 22nd November 12th 1948 (November quarterly meeting) MULLINS, CLAUD: Psychiatry in the criminal courts Journal of Mental Science 1949: 95; th November 3rd 1949 (November quarterly meeting) WALTER, W. GREY: The functions of electrical rhythms in the brain Journal of Mental Science 1950: 96; 1 25th November 17th 1950 (November quarterly meeting) LEWIS, AUBREY: Henry Maudsley: his life and influence Journal of Mental Science 1951: 97; th November 15th 1951 (November quarterly meeting) BURT, CYRIL: The assessment of personality Journal of Mental Science 1954: 100; 1 27th November 6th 1952 (November quarterly meeting) THOMAS, W. REES: The unwilling patient Journal of Mental Science 1953: 99; th November 5th 1953 (November quarterly meeting) JOWITT, The Right Honorable the Earl: Medicine and the law Journal of Mental Science 1954: 100; th November 4th 1954 (November quarterly meeting) PENFIELD, WILDER: The role of the temporal cortex in certain psychical phenomena Journal of Mental Science 1955: 101; th November 10th 1955 (November quarterly meeting) BRAIN, Sir W. RUSSELL: Perception and imperception Journal of Mental Science 1956: 102; st November 16th 1956 (November quarterly meeting) REES, J.R: Psychiatry and public health Journal of Mental Science 1957: 103; nd November 14th 1957 (November quarterly meeting) CLARK, Sir WILFRED LE GROS: Sensory experience and brain structure Journal of Mental Science 1958: 104; 1 33rd November 13th 1958 (November quarterly meeting) KANNER, LEO: Trends in child psychiatry Journal of Mental Science 1959: 105; 581 3

4 34th November 12th 1959 (November quarterly meeting) MEYER, ALFRED: Emergent patterns of the pathology of mental disease Journal of Mental Science 1960: 106; th November 18th 1960 (November quarterly meeting) SLATER, ELLIOT: Hysteria 311 Journal of Mental Science 1961; 107; th November 15th 1961 (November quarterly meeting) YOUNG, J.Z: Memory mechanisms of the brain Journal of Mental Science 1962: 108; th November 14th 1962 (November quarterly meeting) CAMERON, D EWEN: The process of remembering British Journal of Psychiatry 1963: 109; th November 15th 1963 (November quarterly meeting) VICKERS, Sir GEOFFREY: The psychology of policy making and social change British Journal of Psychiatry 1964: 110; th November 20th 1964 (November quarterly meeting) STENGEL, E: Pain and the psychiatrist Not found 40th November 19th 1965 (November quarterly meeting) PENROSE, LIONEL: The contribution of mental deficiency research to psychiatry British Journal of Psychiatry 1966: 112; st November 18th 1966 (November quarterly meeting) ODEGARD, O: Changes in the prognosis of functional psychoses since the days of Kraepelin British Journal of Psychiatry 1967: 113; nd November 17th 1967 (November quarterly meeting) CLARKE, ADB: Learning and human development British Journal of Psychiatry 1968: 114; rd November 15th 1968 (November quarterly meeting) SARGANT W: The physiology of faith British Journal of Psychiatry 1969: 115; th November 21st 1969 (November quarterly meeting) WOLFENDEN, Sir JOHN: Students' strains and stresses British Journal of Psychiatry 1970: 116; th November 20th 1970 (November quarterly meeting) LOPEZ IBOR, JJ: Masked depressions British Journal of Psychiatry 1972: 120; th November 19th 1971 (November quarterly meeting) RICHARDSON, Sir JOHN: Morale in clinical medicine British Journal of Psychiatry 1972: 120; th November 17th 1972 (November quarterly meeting) HILL, Professor Sir DENIS: Non-verbal behaviour in mental illness British Journal of Psychiatry 1974: 124; Cancelled after withdrawal of Professor BRONFENBRENNER, lecturer elect. 4

5 48th November 15th 1974 (November quarterly meeting) ORMROD, Sir ROGER: The debate between psychiatry and the law British Journal of Psychiatry 1975: 127; th November 21st 1975 (November quarterly meeting) FREUD, ANNA: Psychopathology seen against the background of normal development British Journal of Psychiatry 1976: 129; th November 19th 1976 (November quarterly meeting) BOWLBY, JOHN: The making and breaking of affectional bonds British Journal of Psychiatry 1977: 130; st November 15th 1977 (November quarterly meeting) JONES, KATHLEEN: Society looks at the psychiatrist British Journal of Psychiatry 1978: 132; nd November 17th 1978 (November quarterly meeting) KETY, SEYMOUR S: The syndrome of schizophrenia: unresolved questions and opportunities for research British Journal of Psychiatry 1980: 136; rd November 16th 1979 (November quarterly meeting) WOOTTON, BARBARA: Psychiatry, ethics and the criminal law British Journal of Psychiatry 1980: 136; th November 20th 1980 (November quarterly meeting) ROTH, Professor Sir MARTIN: Contemporary issues in psychiatric diagnosis Not published 55th November 20th 1981 (November quarterly meeting) WOOD, Sir JOHN: The impact of legal modes of thought upon the practice of psychiatry British Journal of Psychiatry 1982: 140; th November 19th 1982 (November quarterly meeting) HARE, EDWARD: Was insanity on the increase? British Journal of Psychiatry 1983: 142; th November 18th 1983 (November quarterly meeting) WALTON, Sir JOHN: Clinical medicine: its challenges and its responsibilities British Journal of Psychiatry 1984: 145; 1 58th November 16th 1984 (November quarterly meeting) MARSDEN, Professor C.D: Hysteria - a neurologist's view Psychological Medicine 1986: 16; th November 15th 1985 (November quarterly meeting) STROMGREN, Professor E: Changes in the incidence of schizophrenia? British Journal of Psychiatry 1987: 150; 1 60th October 30th 1986 (October quarterly meeting) RUTTER, Professor M: Temperament, personality and personality disorder British Journal of Psychiatry 1987: 150; st October 28th 1987 (October quarterly meeting) SHEPHERD, Professor M: Changing disciplines in psychiatry British Journal of Psychiatry 1988: 153; 493 5

6 62nd October 26th 1988 (October quarterly meeting) PAYKEL, E.S: Treatment of depression: the relevance of research for clinical practice British Journal of Psychiatry 1989: 155; th [sic] October 25th 1989 (October quarterly meeting) CROW, T.J: The continuum of psychosis and its genetic origin British Journal of Psychiatry 1990: 156; th October 24th 1990 (October quarterly meeting) WALKER, NIGEL: Dangerous mistakes British Journal of Psychiatry 1991: 158; th October 24th 1991 (October quarterly meeting) TSUANG, Professor MING T: Genotypes, phenotypes, and the brain; a search for connections in schizophrenia British Journal of Psychiatry 1993: 163; th October 14th 1992 (October quarterly meeting) PICHOT, Professor P: Nosological models in psychiatry British Journal of Psychiatry 1994: 164; th October 27th 1993 (October quarterly meeting) FREEMAN, Professor HL: Mental health and the environment Not published in BJP by June th July 8th 1994 (Annual meeting) LEONARD, Professor B: The application of psychoneuroimmunology to the understanding of affective disorders Not published in BJP by June st July 6th 1995 (Annual meeting) RUSSELL, Professor G: Advances in the treatment of eating disorders Not published in BJP by June nd July 8th 1996 (Joint AEP/College meeting) RUTTER, Sir M: Genetics of autism: clinical implications Not published in BJP by June rd No information in Conference programmes. The Conference Manager says 'I assume the lecture did not take place that year' 74th June 24th 1998 WEISSMAN, Professor M: Offspring of depressed parents: a decade later Not published in BJP by June th July 2nd 1999 KENDLER, Professor K: Psychiatric genetics: a progress report 76th July 5th 2000 JOHNSTONE, Professor Eve: Research in schizophrenia: achievements so far and the way forward now 77th July 9th 2001 EDWARDS, Professor G: Drugs to the music of time 78th June 24th 2002 GHODSE. Professor H, Pain, anxiety and insomnia - a global perspective on the relief of suffering 79th July 3rd

7 PATEL, Professor K, Inside outside - mental health for black and ethnic minority ethnic communities 80 th July HOPE, David, Archbishop of York Spiritual aspects of caring 2005 No lecture this year MAUDSLEY LECTURES AND LECTURERS - INDEX OF SPEAKERS BARTLETT, F.C. 20th - November 27th 1946 BOLTON, Joseph Shaw 6th - May 21st 1925 BOND, C. Hubert 12th - November 24th 1931 BOWLBY, John 50th - November 19th 1976 BRAIN, Sir W. Russell 30th - November 10th 1955 BROCK, Sir Lawrence 20th - November 30th 1945 BRUCE, Lewis C. 16th - February 28th 1935 BURT, Cyril 26th - November 15th 1951 BUZZARD, Sir Edward Farquhar 13th - November 22nd 1932 CAMERON, D. Ewen 37th - November 14th 1962 CARSWELL, John 5th - May 22nd 1924 CLARK, Sir Wilfred le Gros 32nd - November 14th 1957 CLARKE, A.D.B. 42nd - November 17th 1967 CLARKE, Charles Kirk 4th - May 24th 1923 CRAIG, Sir Maurice 3rd - May 25th 1922 CRICHTON-BROWNE, Sir James 1st - May 20th 1920 CROW, T.J. 65th - October 25th 1989 EDWARDS, Professor G. 77th - July 9th 2001 FREUD, Anna 49th - November 21st 1975 GHODSE, Professor H. -78th - June 24th 2002 GOLLA, F. 18th - November 24th 1937 GOODALL, Edwin 8th - May 19th 1927 HARE, Edward 56th - November 19th 1982 HENDERSON, David 19th - November 24th 1938 HILL, Sir Denis 47th - November 17th 1972 HOPE, David, Archbishop of York 80th July JOHNSTONE, Professor E - 76th July 5th 2000 JONES, Kathleen 51st - November 15th 1977 JOWITT, The Right Honourable The Earl 28th - November 5th 1953 KANNER, Leo 33rd - November 13th 1958 KENDLER, Professor K - 75th July 2nd 1999 KETY, Seymour S. 52nd - November 17th 1978 LANGDON BROWN, Sir Walter 17th - November 25th 1936 LEONARD, Professor B, 70th - July 8th 1994 LEWIS, Aubrey 25th - November 17th 1950 LOPEZ-IBOR, J.J. 45th - November 20th 1970 MACMILLAN, The Right Honourable Lord 15th - May 17th 1934 MACPHERSON, Sir John 9th - May 16th 1928 MAPOTHER, Edward - died before date of lecture MARSDEN, C.D. 58th - November 16th 1984 McCARDIE, The Honourable Mr Justice 11th - November 20th 1930 MEYER, Adolf 14th - May 17th 1933 MEYER, Alfred 34th - November 12th 1959 MOTT, Sir Frederick 2nd - June 7th 1921 MULLINS, Claud 22nd - November 12th 1948 ODEGARD, O. 41st - November 18th 1966 ORMROD, Sir Roger 48th - November 15th 1974 PAYKEL, E.S. 62nd - October 26th 1988 PENFIELD, Wilder 29th - November 4th

8 PENROSE, Lionel 40th - November 19th 1965 PICHOT, P. 68th - October 14th 1992 REES, J.R. 31st - November 16th 1956 RICHARDSON, Sir John 46th - November 19th 1971 ROBERTSON, George M. 7th - July 15th 1926 ROTH, Sir Martin 54th - November 20th 1980 RUSSELL, Professor G 71st - July 6th 1995 RUTTER, Sir Michael 60th - October 30th 1986 RUTTER, Sir Michael 72nd - July 8th 1996 SARGANT, W. 43rd - November 15th 1968 SHEPHERD, M. 61st - October 28th 1987 SLATER, Elliot 35th - November 18th 1960 SPEARMAN, Charles E. 10th - May 22nd 1929 STENGEL, E. 39th - November 20th 1964 STROMGREN, E. 59th - November 15th 1985 THOMAS, W. Rees 27th - November 6th 1952 TSUANG, Ming T. 67th - October 24th 1991 VICKERS, Sir Geoffrey 38th - November 15th 1963 WALKER, Nigel 66th - October 24th 1990 WALTER, W. Grey 24th - November 3rd 1949 WALTON, Sir John 57th - November 18th 1983 WEISSMAN, Professor Myrna 74th - June 24th 1998 WOLFENDEN, Sir John 44th - November 21st 1969 WOOD, Sir John 55th - November 20th 1981 WOOTTON, Barbara 53rd - November 16th 1979 YOUNG, J.Z. 36th - November 15th 1961 BLAKE MARSH LECTURES AND LECTURERS This Lecture was established in memory of, and with a legacy from, Dr RG Blake Marsh, Medical Superintendent of the Bromham Colony for Mental Defectives. It is delivered annually on topics related to mental deficiency. 1st February 9th 1967 (Winter quarterly meeting) DENT, C: Mental deficiency and amino acid metabolism Not found; presumably never printed 2nd February 8th 1968 (Winter quarterly meeting) SHAPIRO, A: The clinical practice of mental deficiency British Journal of Psychiatry 1969: 116; rd February 4th 1969 (Winter quarterly meeting) PENROSE, L: Measurement in mental deficiency British Journal of Psychiatry 1969: 116; th February 10th 1970 (Winter quarterly meeting) FORSSMANN, HANS: The mental implications of sex chromosome aberrations British Journal of Psychiatry 1970: 117; th February 9th 1971 (Winter quarterly meeting) GARDNER, WILLIAM I.: Operant conditioning: application to the treatment of developmental, behavioural and rehabilitation difficulties of the mentally retarded Not found; presumably never printed 6th February 8th 1972 (Winter quarterly meeting) RICHARDS, B.W: Mongols and their mothers 8

9 British Journal of Psychiatry 1973: 122; th February 5th 1973 (Winter quarterly meeting) DOBBING, JOHN: Another vulnerability of the developing human brain Not found; presumably never printed 8th February 4th 1974 (Winter quarterly meeting) JANCAR, JOZE: Neurocutaneous disorders and mental functioning British Journal of Psychiatry 1975: 126; th February 3rd 1975 (Winter quarterly meeting) O'CONNOR, NEIL: The psychopathology of cognitive deficit British Journal of Psychiatry 1976: 128; th February 2nd 1976 (Winter quarterly meeting) HEATON-WARD, A: Psychosis in mental handicap British Journal of Psychiatry 1977: 130; th February 7th 1977 (Winter quarterly meeting) DAVISON, A.N: The biochemistry of brain development and mental retardation British Journal of Psychiatry 1977: 131; th February 6th 1978 (Winter quarterly meeting) ESHER, F: Unsuccessful adaptation of stress as a cause of psychiatric symptomatology that includes mental deficit Not found; presumably never printed 13th February 5th 1979 (Winter quarterly meeting) DONDORP, D.J: Health services for the mentally retarded in the Netherlands: ideas, possibilities and problems Not found; presumably never printed 14th February 4th 1980 (Winter quarterly meeting) COWIE, VALERIE: Injury and insult - considerations of the neuropathological aetiology of mental subnormality British Journal of Psychiatry 1980: 137; th February 9th 1981 (Winter quarterly meeting) POLANI, P.E: The influence of genetics on psychiatry Not found; presumably never printed 16th February 8th 1982 (Winter quarterly meeting) SYLVESTER, PETER: Nutritional aspects of Down's syndrome British Journal of Psychiatry 1984: 145; th February 7th 1983 (Winter quarterly meeting) PRIMROSE, D.A: Changing sociological and clinical patterns in mental handicap British Journal of Psychiatry 1984: 144; th February 6th 1984 (Winter quarterly meeting) BRIMBLECOMBE, F.S: The needs of young intellectually retarded adults British Journal of Psychiatry 1985: 146; th February 4th 1985 (Winter quarterly meeting) DUPONT, ANNALISE: Socio-psychiatric aspects of the young severely mentally retarded and the family British Journal of Psychiatry 1986: 148;

10 20th January 20th 1986 (Winter quarterly meeting) HARPER, P: Genetics, the nervous system and mental handicap Not found 21st October 28th 1987 (Autumn quarterly meeting - postponed from January) GUTHRIE, R: Screening and the prevention of mental handicap Abstracts Supplement 1 to the Psychiatric Bulletin, p8, No speaker available for 1988 lecture; Professor G Simon see E&F minutes, January 1988 (EFCC 32/88,22) 22nd January 25th 1989 (Winter quarterly meeting) DAY, K: Male mentally handicapped sex offenders British Journal of Psychiatry 1994: 165; rd January 24th 1990 (Winter quarterly meeting) MENOLASCINO, F.J: Mental illness in persons with mental retardation: current perspectives Abstracts Supplement 3 to the Psychiatric Bulletin, p24, th January 23rd 1991 (Winter quarterly meeting) WING, LORNA: Problems of community care for adults with mental handicaps Abstracts Supplement 4 to the Psychiatric Bulletin, p28, th January 22nd 1992 (Winter quarterly meeting) SOVNER, R: The diagnosis and treatment of atypical bipolar affective disorder in persons with a mental handicap 26th January 27th 1993 (Winter quarterly meeting) REID, A.H: Psychiatry and learning disability British Journal of Psychiatry 1994: 164; th February 2nd 1994 (Winter quarterly meeting) SZYMANSKI, LS: The price of freedom of persons with mental retardation 28th January 31st 1995 (Winter quarterly meeting) FRASER, W.I: Whatever happened to the All-Wales strategy for community care? 29th January 24th 1996 (Winter quarterly meeting) GILBERG, C: High functioning autism and Asperger Syndrome British Journal of Psychiatry 1998: 172; th January 21st 1997 (Winter quarterly meeting) CORBETT, C: Describing Developmental Disability 31st January 20th 1998 (Winter quarterly meeting) RYAN, R: Does Comprehensiveness Matter? Lessons from Epidemiology and Outcome Data. 32nd June 29th 1999 (Annual meeting) HOLLINS, S. Developmental psychiatry - insights from learning disability 33rd July 6th 2000 (Annual meeting) SCHUPF, N. Genetic and host factors for accelerating ageing and dementia in Down syndrome No lecture due to illness of speaker, Dr O RUSSELL 34th June 25th 2002 (Annual meeting) RUSSELL, O Mind the gap! - meeting the mental health needs of people with learning disabilities 10

11 35th July 1st 2003 (Annual meeting) LORD, C Diagnosis in autistic spectrum disorders 36 th July 7 th 2004 (Annual meeting) PIACHAUD, Dr Jack Values and science: developing the medical toolkit in learning disability 37 th June 20 th 2005 (Annual meeting) TONGE, Prof Bruce Psychopathology and Intellectual Disability: lessons from the Australian Child to Adult Longitudinal Study INDEX OF SPEAKERS BRIMBLECOMBE, F.S. 18th - February 6th 1984 CORBETT, Professor C. 30th January 21st 1997 DAVISON, A.N. 11th - February 7th 1977 DAY, K. 22nd - January 25th 1989 DENT, C. 1st - February 9th 1967 DOBBING, J. 7th - February 5th 1973 DONDORP, D.J. 13th - February 5th 1979 DUPONT, A. 19th - February 4th 1985 ESHER, F. 12th - February 6th 1978 FORSSMANN, H. 4th - February 10th 1970 FRASER, W.I. 28th - January 31st 1995 GARDNER, W.I. 5th - February 9th 1971 GILBERG, C. 29th January 24th 1996 HARPER, P. 20th - January 20th 1986 HEATON-WARD, A. 10th - February 2nd 1976 HOLLINS, S. 32nd - June 29th 1999 JANCAR, J. 8th - February 4th 1974 LORD, C, 35th - 1 July 2003 MENOLASCINO, F.J. 23rd - January 24th 1990 O'CONNOR, N. 9th - February 3rd 1975 PENROSE, L. 3rd - February 4th 1969 POLANI, P.E. 15th - February 9th 1981 PRIMROSE, D.A. 17th - February 7th 1983 REID, A.H. 26th - January 27th 1993 RICHARDS, B.W. 6th - February 8th 1972 RUSSELL, O. - 34th - July 25th 2002 RYAN R. 31st - January 20th 1998 SCHUPF, N. 33rd - July 6th 2000 SHAPIRO, A. 2nd - February 8th 1968 SOVNER, R. 25th - January 22nd 1992 SYLVESTER, P. 16th - February 8th 1982 SZYMANSKI, L.S. 27th - February 2nd 1994 TONGE, B. - 37th June 20th 2005 WING, L. 24th - January 23rd 1991 DISTINGUISHED GUEST LECTURE This Lecture is given at the Annual meeting, except in a year when there is a change of President when the retiring President delivers a lecture. Speakers are eminent people in psychiatry or related areas. 11

12 E&F first discussed having a distinguished guest lecture in 1972 although there was an occasional 'distinguished speaker' or 'guest speaker' at the annual meeting before that date. There is no information in the annual reports regarding speakers from 1967 to 1971 and there are no surviving minutes of conference planning meetings 1965 Dr Joseph Wortis: Freud: Some Recollections and Anticipations 1966 Professor Pichot: Recent Developments in French Psychiatry There is no information about a guest lecture in the annual meeting minutes and annual reports for Professor J Romano: The Psychiatrist - What is he to become? 1973 Professor Kiloh: Psychiatry among the Australian Aborigines 1974 Professor J Angst The Discrimination between Unipolar and Bipolar Affective Psychoses 1975 Professor E Sacher (no title recorded in annual report) 1976 Dr N Kline Trends in American Psychiatry 1977 Professor J Delgardo Psychiatric Implications of Brain Inhibition 1978 Professor P McHugh Aspects of regulation found in feeding 1979 Professor D Russell Davies Ibsen on breaking free from Ghosts, white horses and strangers of the past 1980 Professor G Dunstan Ethics: Going Behind the Rule Book 1981 Professor P Berner British Phenomenology and Psychopathological Concepts 1982 Professor M Hamilton The Proper Study of Mankind 1983 Sir A Merrison Truth and Imagination in Science 1985 First Lecture by Dr J Hoults given instead 1986 Sir Moses Finley Notions of Crime and Criminality in the Ancient World 1988 Professor John Wing Social Psychiatry 1989 Mrs Renee Short Psychiatrists, Parliament and Politics 1991 Professor Sir Martin Roth The Royal College of Psychiatrists: The First 150 Years: Looking before and After 1992 Professor JV Luce Trinity College Dublin and Medical Education 12

13 1994 Professor Sir John Wood The Challenge of Individual Rights 1995 Professor John Wing The College Research Unit 1997 Dr Harold Eist Trends in American psychiatry of significance to British psychiatry 1998 No information in College archives or from College conference managers 2000 Dr Daniel Weinberger Towards a cell biology of schizophrenia 2001 Professor Judy Dunn? 2002 Prof Sir Michael Rutter FRS The interplay of nature, nurture and development influences the challenges ahead for mental health 2003 Dr Timothy Crow The 27 March 1827 and what happened later: the impact of psychiatry on evolutionary theory 2004 HRH The Princess Royal Carers 2005 PETER SCOTT MEMORIAL LECTURE 1979 Sir L Radzinowicz Crime and Politics 1991 Professor LH Roth Soviet Psychiatry visited and revisited : On the powerful question of psychologically assaulting one s colleagues 1995 Dr M Ward A visit to juvenile sex offender treatment programmes in the USA 2000 Professor P Appelbaum Violence and delusions 2003 Prof Pamela Taylor Mental states and violent acts: making links explicit 2004 No lecture this year 2005 Prof John Gunn Abuse of Psychiatry There is no information about the missing years in conference programmes and reports, annual reports or faculty minutes. THE ELI LILLY PSYCHIATRY LECTURE The annual Eli Lilly Lecture was established in 1985; the subject matter is usually health care. 13

14 Lecturers 1985 Winter QM First Lecture: Dr S Kety Recent contributions of neuroscience to an understanding of mental disorder Winter QM Professor L Eisenberg: Mindlessness and brainlessness in psychiatry Winter QM Professor G Klerman Evidence for changing rates of depression in young adults 1988 Winter QM Professor J Mendlewicz Some new aspects of genetics in manic depression Winter QM Professor AS Henderson The Social Psychiatry of Later Life 1990 Winter QM Professor GB Cassano Age, gender and temperament in depression 1991 Winter QM Professor JS Werry Childhood Psychiatric Disorders: Are They Classifiable? 1992 Winter QM Dr George Winokur Depression Spectrum Disease Winter QM Professor Graham D Burrows Recent studies of obsessive compulsive disorders 1994 Winter QM Dr BA van der Kolk The rediscovery of trauma in psychiatry 1995 Winter QM Professor F Lieh Mak Economics, politics and psychiatric services Annual Meeting Professor G Sedvall Human brain imaging - a force for psychiatry and psychopharmacology (the Lilly/Dista Psychiatry Lecture) Winter Meeting Professor A Jablensky The nature of psychiatric classification: issues beyond ICD-10 and DSM-IV (the Lilly/Dista Psychiatry Lecture) Winter Meeting Dr Mark Oakley-Browne Clinical Practice Guidelines in Psychiatry (the Lilly Psychiatry Lecture) 1999 Annual Meeting Professor M Steiner 'Women's health at the millennium - gender, sex, the brain and behaviour 2000 Annual meeting Professor N Sartorius 'Why bother about stigma because of schizophrenia?' 2001 Annual meeting Professor N Sartorius 'Translating results of research into mental health programmes' 14

15 2002 Annual meeting Professor M Owen 'The human genome project and the future of psychiatry, 2003 Annual meeting Professor J Libermann 'Treatment of first-episode schizophrenia: can we change the course of the illness? 2004 Dr David Kupfer The future of bipolar depression 2005 No Lecture this year THE LUNDBECK MENTAL HEALTH CARE DELIVERY LECTURE The Lundbeck Mental Health Care Delivery Lecture is a biennial lecture established in 1985 and known at first as the Upjohn Lecture July AM: Dr J Hoults (no title found) 1987 Spring QM: Professor John Horder Working with GPs 1989 Spring QM: Professor Mubbasher When Wisdom Guides 1991 Spring QM: Professor I Marks Innovations in Mental Health Care Delivery 1993 Spring QM: Professor GE Hogarty Treatment essentials of a health care delivery system for the severely mentally ill 1994 SCR Section Dr B Factor The Wisconsin Experience conference 1995 July AM: Dr KL Shulman Mood Disorders: a Lifespan Approach 1997 July AM Dr Robert van Voren Further mental health reforms in eastern Europe: complexities and obstacles 1998 July AM: Professor A Haworth Travels in Africa: Traditional and Non-Traditional Models of Mental Health Care 1999 July AM: Dr J Jaffe Treating Addictions: can Great Britain learn anything from the United States 2000 July AM Professor O Kernberg Transference focussed psychotherapy for borderline patients 2001 July AM Dr T Greenhalgh Evidence-based psychiatry: the end of clinical intuition 2002 June AM Professor G Thornicroft Who decides what is evidence in mental health 15

16 2003 July AM Professor G Andrews The best buys in mental health: modelling the cost and effectiveness of strategies to reduce the burden of mental disorders 2004 July AM Professor R Williams New ways of working in mental health consultants in the 21st century 2005 No lecture this year THE CHRISTMAS DEBATE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE The Christmas Lecture began in 1986 after discussions by the College's Public Education Committee; in 1998 the format was changed to a debate Aren't We All A Little Mad? Professor A Clare 1987 Insanity and Crime Professor J Gunn 1988 Healing the mind Professor J Leff 1989 Everything you ever wanted to know about psychiatrists but were afraid to ask Professor B Pitt 1990 Spare the rod, spoil the child and send for the psychiatrist. Dr S Wolkind years of psychiatry - who are the shrinks anyway? Professor A Sims 1992 All you ever wanted to know about drugs but didn't know who to ask Dr J Strang 1993 All passion spent - How serene is old age? Professor T Arie 1994 Moods, mates and me Professor I Goodyer 1995 No lecture 1996 Is it dangerous to be different? Dr M Shooter 1997 Stress - who needs it Professor P Hill 16

17 1998 This house believes that exam failure is due to the family For: Dr M Salter and Dr A Reveley Against: Dr Holmes and Professor J Scott 1999 This house believes that the media is responsible for the stigma, prejudice and ignorance which surrounds mental illness For: Dr M Salter and Dr P Byrne Against: Dr R Persaud and Dr S Wesseley 2000 We are a nation of addicts For: Dr E Day and Dr A Lowe Against: Dr C Drummond and Dr T Myton 2001 This house believes that in order to be happy, appearances do matter For: Dr D Veale and Ms E Lovegrove Against: Dr J Brunton and Dr U Schmidt 2002 This house believes that bullies should be pitied and not feared For: Professor H Cowie and Dr S Kingsbury Against: Dr J Bisson and Dr A York 2002 (Friday 13 December) This house believes that bullies should be pitied and not feared For: Professor Helen Cowie and Dr Steve Kingsbury Against: Dr Jonathon Bisson and Dr Ann York 2003 London (Friday 12 December) This house believes that all adolescents are miserable. For: Dr Trevor Turner and Dr Ann York Against: Dr Sabina Dosani and Dr Tim Kendall 2003 Cardiff (Thursday 11 December) This house believes that bullies should be pitied and not feared For: Ms. Emma Sanders, Childline and Prof. Richard Williams Against: Dr Jonathan Bisson and Dr David Williams 2004 (Friday 10 December 2004) This House believes that young people are too selfish to care for family and friends with mental health problems For: Dr Margaret Murphy and Dr Mike Shooter Against: Stephen Jones, Young Carers United Project, Nicola McLaughlin, North Ayrshire Young Carers and Dr Philip Timms WILLIAM SARGANT LECTURE This annual lecture takes as its topic physical treatments in psychiatry (but not including psychotherapy). Dr William Sargant was recognised as an outstanding psychiatrist, who made an extremely valuable contribution to psychiatry, and the lecture is funded by his bequest. From 1999, this lecture has formed part of the annual conference of the Faculty of General and Community 17

18 Psychiatry, held jointly with the Collegiate Trainees Committee (CTC). The speaker is chosen by the Faculty Executive Committee First Lecture: Dr DJ Kupfer Maintenance treatment in recurrent depression: current status and future directions 1992 Nothing in annual report - probably no lecture 1993 Professor EC Johnstone What are the advantages and disadvantages of currently available physical treatments for schizophrenia? 1994 Professor R Murray Sanity, madness and the family 1995 Prof DG Grahame-Smith Neurotransmitters, ions and psychiatry: juices, electricity and the flux 1996 Professor M Gelder Drug treatment for anxiety disorders: a legacy of William Sargant 1997 Dr D Charney Psychological stress alters brain structure and function: implications for the neurobiology and treatment of anxiety disorders 1998 Dr D Bhugra Dysfunctional Assumptions about Depressive Disorders 1999 Prof G Parker Dysfunctional Assumptions about Depressive Disorders 2000 Prof Keh-Ming Lin Psychobiology of ethnicity 2001 Prof Sir David Goldberg Factors determining vulnerability to common mental disorders 2002 Prof Robert Post Treatment Resistance in Bipolar Disorder 2003 Prof Pat McGorry Early intervention for first episode psychosis 2004 Prof Michael Thase Why do some patients become chronically depressed and what can we do to prevent it? 2005 Prof Wayne Katon Clinically and cost effective population based service models for mood disorder SUMMER LECTURE 1992 First Lecture: Professor Sir M Roth Health and illness in later life - a psychiatric perspective. OP18, February 1993; Library reference V1.ROY 1993 Second Lecture: Dr JLT Birley Psychiatric scandals, past, present and future 18

19 OP24, May 1994; Library reference X3.BIR 1994 Third Lecture: Professor P Graham Depression in Childhood and Adolescence. OP25, July 1995; Library reference S3.3 GRA In January 1995, E&F agreed that there wouldn't be a Summer Lecture in that year and that the Officers would decide if there would be one in I haven't found any later references to it so the Officers probably decided to end it. THE RUTTER LECTURE The inaugural Rutter Lecture was given in September 1998 during the annual residential conference of the Faculty of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, by Professor Sir Michael Rutter, timed to coincide with his retirement Prof Sir M Rutter 1999 Not known 2000 Prof Eric Taylor Disorders of impulse and will 2001 Prof I Goodyer Social experience and mental function 2002 Prof Elena Garralda The interface between Child and Adolescent physican and mental health problems 2003 Prof Christopher Gillberg Autism spectrum disorders: new prospects 2004 Not known 2005 Prof Robert Goodman Headlines from the recent nationwide surveys of child and adolescent mental health THE FACULTY OF THE PSYCHIATRY OF OLD AGE AND THE ALZHEIMER S SOCIETY LECTURE This Lecture, to be given on the topic of mental health problems experienced in old age, was established in October The particular problems of dementia as an age-related disorder is recognised by collaboration with the Alzheimer s Society (AS) and the Faculty. Speakers will be of international renown; the Faculty and the Society intend that an invitation to present the Lecture will become an honour recognised throughout international old age psychiatry. The length of the lecture will be minutes not known 1999 not known 19

20 2000 Professor Kenneth Shulman: Bipolarity in old age: implications for classification, pathogenesis and treatment 2001 Mrs Karla Peijs no title given in 2002 Professor Peter Crome Older People a top priority for the NHS 2003 Prof Lawrence Whalley Life course, cognitive ageing and dementia 2004 Prof John Snowdon Changes in suicide rates in Australia and the UK with particular focus on suicide in late life THE PSYCHOTHERAPY LECTURE Established in 2002 and intended for presentation during the Annual Meeting, this may take the form of a lecture followed by discussion or be in debate format, to present current thought, practice, research, service delivery and understanding in the talking therapies Dr Jeremy Holmes Putting psychotherapy on the national mental health agenda 2003 Prof Sidney Bloch The psychotherapies: how much science, how much art? 2004 Prof Paul Gilbert Cognitive-behavioural psychotherapy past, present, future 2005 No lecture this year THE KOLVIN LECTURE IN DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHIATRY The Faculty of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry has established the Kolvin Lecture in Developmental Psychiatry in honour of Professor Israel Kolvin who died in 2003 and who was a major figure in the College as well as in the field of child and adolescent psychiatry throughout his professional life. This lecture was previously known as the College Guest Lecture. The Faculty plans to invite lecturers who will maintain the overall theme of developmental psychiatry and encourage movement across traditional boundaries between different faculties and special interest groups within the College. The recommendation for speaker is ratified by the College Annual Meeting Organising Committee and the Programmes and Meetings Committee Prof Ian Goodyer Human development and unipolar depression: a lifespan perspective 2004 Prof Sir Michael Rutter Resilience and deficit following deprivation: Romanian adoptees at age 11 years 2005 Prof Susan Bailey The growth and development of personality from childhood to adult years: psychology and psychopathology THE VALEDICTORY LECTURE 20

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