BIGSPD was formed in 1999 and is a focus for networking in the field of 'personality disorder'. The main event each year is a stimulating conference with international speakers presenting new research findings and clinical approaches to working with people with a diagnosis of 'personality disorder'. Previous conferences have been held in London, Leicester, Jersey, Dublin, Cardiff, Glasgow, Nottingham, Cambridge, Oxford, Manchester, Belfast, Lincoln, Leeds, Isle of Man and Inverness.
19th Annual Conference was held in Cardiff, Wales
20th of March - 22nd of March 2018
CARDIFF 2018 CONFERENCE
British and Irish Group for the Study of Personality Disorder
Our 19th Annual Conference was held at the Mercure Cardiff Holland House Hotel and Spa.
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As usual the conference featured a number of inspiring speakers on the latest developments in research and practice about the diagnosis 'personality disorder' and will be a fantastic opportunity to share best practice and work together to improve services for people with a diagnosis of 'personality disorder'.
KEY NOTE SPEAKERS
Presentations will be uploaded shortly.
Polett Bali- Non-completion of treatment prog offered for offenders with personality disorders- systematic review
Claire Blount Hanka Roudnicka- Supporting staff and patients to improve our wards
Karen Butler group therapy offered to forensic personality disorder population
Jon-Fernando Carey- The use of boundary objects in risk assessment and management of high risk offenders in the community
Alex Collins, Kirsten Barnicot, Piyal Sen- Systematic review of personality disorder prevalence in emergency departments
Lee Davies, Siobhan OKane, Erin Curran, Jaz Frost, Zoe Shakespeare, Jorge Zimbron- Springbank ward recovery festival
Simon Draycott- Understanding the Process and Predictors of Change in STEPPS
Sue Ellis, Aliya Zamir, Sara Demaine- innovation and invovlement in times of austerity DBT programme service user involvement
Sarah Gear & Dr Cerys Miles - role of FPS in WISDOM
Keir Harding- Avoiding out of area placements
Sarah Henfrey, Christine Bull- Interventions services
Alice Holland Ruth Sutherland Don't forget about the carers
Fiona Kuhn Sally Stamp Fiammetta Rocca MCN psychological education group
Gary Lamph- Enhancing understanidng of the experience of people with common mental health disorders and comorbid personality disorder traits who present to primary care iapt services
Claire Lamza, Juliet Brock- The mental welfare commussion for Scotland A review of the care and treatment of individuals with BPD EUPD
Lisa Maltman- How to stay integrated in a womans approved premise
Phil Minoudis Clare Wellington- Changing lanes IIRMS
Joanne Ramsden- The story of discovery an intensive intervention risk management service
Lynn Shaw- Dancing along the borderline
Lisa Taylor Claire Bainbridge- The Primrose Service risks decision making and applying lessons
Claire Warrington- Recurrent police prevention of suicide- personality disorder and Section 136
Heather Wolfe- Narratives of Success
Kris Allam and team- Implementation of structured clinical management in community treatment team
David Bell Nuala Cassidy Owen McNeill Olwyn Matier- Training needs and attitudes analysis in personality disorder acute care pathway
Rebecca Blain- Therapeutic relationships developed and enacted by doing together
Elaine Hoffman- Using process mapping to outline the service user journey from admission to discharge on a personality disorder ward in a men’s secure hospital
Tracey Holland, Louise McCarthy- Personality disorder and restrictive interventions a service evaluation
Navroop Johnson- Does DBT deliver
Emma Jones- The lived experience of the time service users and students spend together on personality disorder units
Vanessa Jones- Creating a BPD scarecrow reality of experience v expert diagnosis
Amy Ofield, Genevieve Quayle, Stuart Mitchell- Baseline audit of a case seriesof inpatient admissions of people with emotionally unstable personality disorder
Kay Radcliffe- service user-probation relationshisp do we make a difference
Gareth Ross- The experience of change in a prison therapeutic community An interpretative phenomenological analysis
Rajiv Shah, Emma Janes- Doing vs facilitating promoting collaborative management of borderline personality disorder
Ellie Wildbore- the impact of occupation and activity on borderline personality disorder recovery a service users perspective
Aliya Zamir Ruth Sutherland Tweet tweet who's there- social and digital media in personality disorder services
Offender Personality Disorder Posters
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