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Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist, Avon & Wiltshire
Partnership Trust, Salisbury District Hospital
Dr Butler initially trained in medicine with posts in specialist
services and gaining MRCP. During psychiatric training in London
and Southampton she undertook research leading to an MSc and PhD
related to health beliefs affecting the physical and psychological
interface. She became a Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist in 2004,
initially helping to establish the service in the University
Hospitals of Southampton Trust and later moving to Salisbury
She works across all areas of in-patient Liaison Psychiatry and
is especially interested in helping general hospital staff assess
and manage mental health problems and in clinical work with
patients with complex or long-term medical conditions. She has been
an active member of the Executive Committee of the Faculty of
Liaison Psychiatry for many years, including co-chairing production
of the council report 'Liaison Psychiatry for Every Acute
Declaration of interest: None.
Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist, Cambridgeshire and
Peterborough Foundation Trust (Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge)
and University of Cambridge
Dr Price trained in psychiatry (general adult
with liaison and old age) on the South London and Maudsley training
scheme from 2003–2012, combining her higher training with an
academic post in the Department of Psychological Medicine,
Institute of Psychiatry focused on mental health at the end of
life. This has remained an interest and since taking up a
consultant post in Cambridge, she has been appointed to the
University of Cambridge Clinical School Faculty of Palliative Care,
where she coordinates and delivers undergraduate teaching. She also
delivers training to mental health professionals on end-of-life
care for people living with dementia.
In her clinical role she provides a liaison
psychiatry service to older people in Addenbrooke's Hospital. She
has also been involved in service development in psycho-oncology,
establishing the first dedicated service in Cambridge in 2017.
Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist, Department of Psychiatry,
Beaumont Hospital, Beaumont Road, Dublin 9, Rep of Ireland
Siobhán MacHale trained in general medicine in Ireland prior to
pursuing a psychiatric career in Edinburgh. She had been a
consultant liaison psychiatrist in the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh
for seven years until returning to work in Ireland in
Declaration of interest: One-off fees for 1)
speaker at Wyeth-funded meeting (non drug-related topic); 2)
pre-launch consultancy on escitalopram for Lundbeck.
Consultant Psychiatrist, Department of Psychological
Medicine, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, Edinburgh EH16 4SA, UK