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Google Hangout: Bullying victimisation and risk of psychotic phenomena

10 Dec, 15 | by Holly Millward, Associate Editor

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Join Evidence-Based Mental Health to discuss ‘Bullying victimisation and risk of psychotic phenomena’ on Friday 18th December 2015 at 3pm GMT. There will be a panel of speakers live on Google Hangout discussing the topic and viewers can tweet the event and send in questions using #EBMHchat.

Speakers:

  • Matthew Broome (Oxford, UK)
  • Paul Ramachandani (London, UK)
  • Helen Fischer (London, UK)
  • Michael Ostacher (Stanford, USA)
  • Andrea Cipriani (Oxford, UK)

The paper:

Bullying victimisation and risk of psychotic phenomena: analyses of British national survey data. Catone, Gennaro et al. The Lancet Psychiatry, Volume 2, Issue 7, 618 – 624

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