Book now if you need advice on reducing psychotropic medicine - May 6th and 7th -detailed explanation of how to titrate antidipressants.
I am in the UK on Friday May 6 and am engrossed hearing the experts in this online conference. It is not too late to join in. I heard Laura Delano make a compelling appeal to why you can live again, even after years on psychiatric drugs.
Go to her amazing organisation
Join the Withdrawal meeting now and you will have access to the recording and the rest of this evening (or where ever you are day!) and tomorrow, Saturday 7th May. too. See below to sign up. There will be access if you register to catch up with any sessions you may have missed. When session is live your questions can be presented and answered if time.
Withdrawal from Medication
Online CONFERENCE - May 6/7 2022
Click for details: Withdrawal from Psychiatric Drugs
Conference Programme, Withdrawal from Psychiatric Drugs https://bit.ly/3vlmRfk with Professor Joanna Moncrieff (psychiatrist) author of "The Myth of the Chemical Cure" and others- see programme!
At last in March 2022 a promise for Personalised Medication Prescribing. This should dramatically reduce harm done to many by using medication they cannot tolerate, or does nothing to improve their condition.
A Detailed report just published March 2022 by the
Royal College of Physicians & British Pharmacological Society -
Click Here for the Report: PERSONALISED PRESCRIBING
An article in The Guardian Experts push for genetic testing to personalise drug prescriptions explains the benefits, as About 6.5% of UK hospital admissions are caused by adverse drug reactions, while most prescription medicines only work on 30% to 50% of people.
Click here for the Guardian article by Linda Geddes:
APRIL has been promoting the use of genetic testing for many years - Click here for a talk by Professor Sir Munir Pirmohamed, Chair of the Working Group on Personalised Prescribing, speaking at our conference
The aim of this web site is to share information about psychiatric adverse effects of prescribed medicines and anaesthetics.However many who suffer adverse reactions are then prescribed psychotropic drugs, some cause dependence.
Our APRIL charity medical conferences were outstanding for not being funded by industry, therefore allowing Professors & health professionals to speak without fear and to answer questions from anyone.
The British Medical Journal (BMJ) published an article in Clinical Updates
ADVERSE DRUG REACTIONS - together with an interview with the author Dr Robin Ferner.
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DR FERNER, EXPLAINS WHAT A BLACK TRIANGLE DRUG IS...
Also about the Yellow Card system of reporting.
The West Midlands ADR Reporting Centre at the Comittee on Safety of Medicines, now called the MHRA. Produced useful statistics. These publications are from many years ago when the WMCSM were permitted to do their own analysis of Yellow Card ADR reports they received. Sadly this is not longer the situation it seems.
Prescribed Drug Induced Depression
Prescribed Drug Induced Hallucinations