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Live Webinar: The RANZCP Mood Disorders Guidelines, Rating Evidence, Meta-analysis, and Agomelatine
by Admin User - Tuesday, 12 April 2016, 3:02 PM

The Discipline of Psychiatry at Sydney Medical School invites you to participate in the upcoming live webinar entitled "RANZCP Mood Disorders Guidelines, Rating Evidence, Meta-analysis, and Agomelatine".

Access to this webinar is free of charge, and you can access it via a desktop/laptop computer, a tablet computer or a smart phone. During the webinar, you can submit your questions for the presenter to answer.

Click here to secure your seat for the webinar.

Date and time:

Wednesday 27 April 2016 12:30 PM - 1:00 PM (Sydney Time)


Professor Philip Boyce
Discipline of Psychiatry
The University of Sydney

Philip Boyce is Professor of Psychiatry and Head of Academic Psychiatry at Westmead Hospital where he also heads the Perinatal Psychiatry Unit. He has a long clinical and research interest in anxiety disorders, mood disorders, psychosomatic disorders and perinatal psychiatry. He has also taken leadership roles in the profession as President of the RANZCP and the international Marcé society, in the development of clinical practice guidelines and in the development of a competency based training program for the College.

Philip has had considerable involvement with the RANZCP as a Federal Counsellor, Chair of the Board of Research and President. In the latter role he introduced many reforms within the College to make it become more effective in informing and leading mental health policy. After his term as President he took on the role of developing a new competency based curriculum for trainee psychiatrists that will be fully implemented in 2013. Much of the work involved with this has been at the forefront of international educational research.

From 2000-2003 he was a member of the Strategic Research Development Health Research Partnership Committees. He was a member of a Grant Review Panel for three years and Deputy Chair for one. He is a regularly reviewer for the NHMRC.


Free, with registration required




Richard He | Program Manager
T +61 2 9845 7798
E richard.he@sydney.edu.au