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September 2017 Newsletter
Contents: BAP Summer Meeting 2018; RCPsych Psychopharmacology Committee; Prize Winner Biographies; BAP Summer Meeting Buddy Scheme; BAP/MMSA Guidelines for the Management of Sexual Arousal; Summer Meeting 2017; Lifetime Achievement Award 2018; Neuroinflammation – still on tour! BAP at RCPsych Faculty of General Adult Psychiatry Annual Conference 2017; New Council Members; BAP Elections 2018; Media Activity; Education Events

September 2017
June 2017 Newsletter
Contents: Lifetime Achievement Award 2017 – Bill Deakin, BAP Election, Summer Meeting 2017, A framework for a regulated market for cannabis in the UK: Recommendations from an expert panel, BAP at RCPsych, MARC MRC Addiction Research Clinical Training Program, BAP at the BNA Festival of Neuroscience 2017, Members’ Activities, Education Events, Perinatal Guidelines Meeting

June 2017
March 2017 Newsletter
Contents: Jeff Nye Obituary, 2017 BAP Elections, Prof David Nutt Receives Honorary Doctorate from the University of Bath, Prof Trevor Robbins to Recieve SOBP’s 2017 Gold Medal Award, In Vivo Awards, Summer Meeting 2017, Launch of BAP Early Career Membership, Launch of the anti-dementia Guidelines, BAP Consensus Guideline Statements, Buddy Scheme at the 2017 Summer Meeting, BAP Session at the BNA Meeting, Summer Meeting Archive, Brain imaging study of cannabis dependence, BAP at the 2017 Cheltenham Science Festival, BOOK REVIEW: My Brain is Out of Control, Media Activities, Education Events

March 2017
December 2016 Newsletter
Contents: Antidepressants and Suicide, 30 Years of Journal of Psychopharmacology, BAP Summer Meeting 2017, Applied Clinical Science Stream at BAP2017, Therapeutic Advances in Psychopharmacology, Part 2 Clinical Certificates, Robert Sommer Award, Neuroinflammation on tour!, Teens reject junk food when healthy eating is framed as rebellion, Members’ Activities, Education Events

December 2016
September 2016 Newsletter
Contents: Election Results 2016, QAA Consultation, Fundamentals Book wins BMA Book Award, in vivo training award, Prize Winners 2016, Book Review – Drugs: A very short introduction by Les Iversen, The Future of Mental Health Research in the 21st Century, Survey on academic perceptions and experience of evidence-use for policymaking; Clinical Practice with Anti-Dementia Drugs, British Association for Psychopharmacology The First 40 Years, Fundamentals of Clinical Psychopharmacology, Members’ Activities, Education Events

September 2016

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