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British 10k London run Sunday, 10th July 2016

10km runners

The Psychiatry Research Trust has a limited number of places on the 2016 British 10k London run which will take place on Sunday, 10th July 2016.

So, it’s time to start dust off those running shoes and get into training!

To book your place and raise funds for the Psychiatry Research, get in touch with us asap as it will be first come, first served, and places go very quickly. Entrants will be asked to pay £35 to reserve their place and to cover the fees the Trust has paid to secure these places and we are asking entrants to aim to raise a minimum of £100 in sponsorship money. Entrants will each receive a chip timing device together with an official race photograph, if identifiable. Please note that the £35 registration fee is non-refundable unless you are able to find someone to take your place.

The British 10K London Run is the UK's most prestigious and sought-after 10km road race which is staged through the heart of central London with 25,000 runners filling the streets. Abilities range from charity fundraisers and recreational runners right through to Olympic champions!

To register or find out more, contact us at or phone on 0207 703 6217.


Prof Scott awarded CBE for services to families

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Professor Stephen Scott CBE, Professor of Child Health and Behaviour at the Institute of Psychiatry (IoP) and PRT Trustee has been recognised in the New Year's Honours 2014 for services to families

Professor Scott is Director of the National Academy for Parenting Research (NAPR), based at the IoP at King’s, where he leads a team of psychologists, clinicians and researchers investigating how best to improve parenting in order to enhance child outcomes. Professor Scott is also Director of the National Adoption and Fostering Team and of the National Conduct Problems Team at Maudsley Hospital

Prof Dinesh Bhugra voted President-Elect of the WPA

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PRT Trustee, Professor Dinesh Bhugra CBE, Chair of Mental Health and Cultural Diversity at the Health Service and Population Research Department (HSPRD) at the Institute of Psychiatry has been voted President-Elect of the World Psychiatric Association (WPA) for 2014-2017. The announcement was made at the WPA World Congress in Buenos Aires. He is the first psychiatrist from the UK to be elected to this post.

Professor Bhugra’s research interests are cultural psychiatry, psychosexual medicine, pathways into psychiatric care, deliberate self-harm and primary care

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