Trainees Research Days

Research Day December 2011

The 2011-12 research day was held in Winchester on 6 December 2011 and was attended by 20 trainees. 

The presentations included:

  • Making Research Relevant to Professional Practice

  • Getting involved in Research

  • How to do research as a NHS psychiatrist

  • Current Research & Development Projects

As at the previous research days, there were poster and podium presentations from trainees on their research projects.

Research Day February 2011

40 trainees attended the third annual Research Day  The primary aims of the Research Day are to encourage trainees to get involved in research academia and to help them attain their research competencies as published by the Royal College of Psychiatrists.  To this end, several speakers outlined the current and near-future research trials within the Wessex Deanery with which trainees can get involved.

For the second year running, a competition for the best podium and poster presentations was held to encourage trainees’ active participation in the meeting.  With 14 abstracts submitted, the competition was intense but lively.  Most of the presenters were of similar high standards and the eventual winners were just a whisker different from the others.  The prize for the best podium presentation went to Dr Kayode Osanaiye, ST4 in old age psychiatry, and the best poster presenter  to Dr Eleanor Fellows, CT1 trainee. 

Research Day December 2009

This was the second Research Day organised by the Wessex Psychiatric Trainees Committee, and was supported by the Wessex Deanery School of Psychiatry and the Postgraduate Centre (HPFT).  

Copies of the Research Framework for Meeting Competencies and a list of Research opportunities within Wessex are available from the Postgraduate Centre.