2013 sees the start of a brand new Medfest event... a music festival on the evening of the National Psychsoc Conference being held on February 16th.
This event will feature a buffet dinner of Jamaican cuisine and rum punch cocktails, a psychological illusionist, live bands and DJs playing the best in electro-swing and reggae.
Hosted by the King's College London Psychiatry Society and taking place at Tutu's nightclub with rooftop views over the London skyline, the event will be open to psychsoc members and trainee psychiatrists.
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Sally is a medical student intercalating in Neuroscience & Neuropsychology at Kings College London. As part of the 'Psychsoc' committee, she has been involved with Medfest since it was founded. She loves a good adventure and spends her free time kayaking white water, rock climbing and travelling the world.
Kat is a CT3 in South London having arrived into psychiatry via a circuitous route with time in medicine, as well as some time away, doing photography among other things. Outside work, she enjoys galleries, reading, travelling, movies (especially horror!), listening to music, especially live, especially if it has horns, and is slowly learning to play bass guitar on her beautiful new acoustic bass.
James qualified from St George's and accidentally became a psychiatrist after starting his career in A&E. He has never regretted the switch and is now an SpR completing dual training in old age and general adult psychiatry. His particular interests are in teaching, family therapy and rehabilitation psychiatry. Out of work he enjoys writing songs, playing music and wearing a cowboy hat.