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Dr Solomons is a consultant liaison
psychiatrist for older adults at Berkshire NHS Foundation
Trust based at Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading. He
works closely with his acute hospital and mental health colleagues
in delivering holistic care to patients with comorbid physical and
mental health issues. He is involved in research projects on sleep,
information design in dementia and neuroimaging.
Declaration of interests: None
Dr Crabb is
a consultant in general adult psychiatry currently working in NHS
Forth Valley. He has a special interest in
developing mental health services in parts of the world
with minimal services, particularly West Africa. He is joint author
of 'Essential Skills for mental health care' a manual that
explains how general health workers in West Africa can safely
diagnose and treat mental illness and epilepsy with the resources
available locally. Copies of the manual can be downloaded free of
charge from the BasicNeeds website.
Working in Africa gave Jim a crash course in physical medicine
and emphasised to him that first and foremost psychiatrists need to
be good doctors. This has lead to his interest in improving his own
medical skills and those of other psychiatrists, from
which 'Don't Shrink from ECGs' was born.
Dr Treloar is Consultant and Senior Lecturer in Old
Age Psychiatry at Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust and Visiting Senior
Lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry, London. He is a former GP
and also a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians. He was
Clinical Tutor of his Trust for nine years and thought that
doctors of all grades ought to be able to become better at some
aspects of physical healthcare. He is also actively researching
palliative care of dementia as well as being involved in a number
of multi-centre trials.
Dr Smith graduated from Trinity College, Dublin in
2005 with a BA (Hons) in Neuroscience, and graduated from the
University of Southampton in 2009 with a medical degree. Following
completion of the Foundation Programme with the Oxford Deanery in
2011, Dr Smith commenced core psychiatry training in
Berkshire. She is currently working in forensic psychiatry in