Richard James Willson WILLIAMS

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1949-02-05
Education Bristol GS, Univ of Birmingham (MB ChB, Marjorie Hutchings prize in psychiatry), Dip
Books & Publications Publications The APSA Register of Adolescent Units (5 edn 1990), A Concise Guide to the Children Act 1989 (1992), A Unique Window on Change (1993), Comprehensive Mental Health Services (1994 and 1995), Clinicians in Management (1994 and 1995), Suicide Prevention (1994), Comprehensive Health Services for Elderly People (1994), Drugs and Alcohol (1994), Guiding Through Change (1994), Together We Stand (1995), A Place in Mind (1995), The Substance of Young Needs (1996), Making a Mark (1996), Safeguards for Young Minds (1996, 2 edn 2004), Heading for Better Care (1996), Addressing the Balance (1997), Voices in Partnership (1997), Forging New Channels (1998), Promoting Mental Health in a Civil Society (2001), Deaths of Detained Patients in England and Wales (2001), Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (2005)
Recreations walking on Bodmin Moor, licensed radio amateur, military history, preserved steam railways
Clubs Athenaeum, IOD
Style Prof Richard Williams, OBE, TD
Career house physician Selly Oak Hosp Birmingham 1972-73, house surgn Worcester Royal Infirmary 1973, registrar in psychiatry S Glamorgan AHA 1974-77 (sr house offr in psychiatry 1973-74), sr registrar in child and adolescent psychiatry S Glamorgan AHA and Welsh Nat Sch of Med 1977-80, conslt child and adolescent psychiatrist 1980- (Avon AHA 1980-82, Bristol and Weston HA 1982-91, United Bristol Healthcare NHS Tst 1991-98, Gwent Community Health NHS Tst (Aneurin Bevan Univ Health Bd since 2009) 1998-2014), prof of mental health strategy Univ of S Wales (formerly Univ of Glamorgan) 1998-2014 (ret), emeritus prof Mental Health Strategy Welsh Inst for Health and Social Care Faculty of Life Sciences and Educn Univ of S Wales 2014-; dir NHS Health Advsy Serv 1992-96, dir Drugs Advsy Serv 1992-96, special professional advsr on child and adolescent mental health Welsh Govt 1999-2010, scientific advsr on the psychosocial and mental healthcare of people affected by disasters to the dir of emergency preparedness Dept of Health 2007-12; Univ of Bristol: clinical teacher in mental health 1980-89, clinical lectr in mental health 1989-94, hon sr lectr in mental health 1994-98, govr Inst of Child Health 1988-94, memb Ct 1990-93; sr fell Health Servs Mgmnt Centre Univ of Birmingham 1996-99; asst ed Jl of Adolescence 1990-97 (memb ed Bd 1997-), co-ed Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Section Current Opinion in Psychiatry 1993-; hon prof: Child and Adolescent Mental Health Sch of Public Health and Clinical Sciences Faculty of Health and Social Care Univ of Central Lancashire 2006-11, Disaster Healthcare Robert Gordon Univ Aberdeen 2009-13, Humanitarian and Conflict Response Inst Univ of Manchester 2012-; memb Bd of Examiners for Dip in the Medical Care of Catastrophes (DMCC) Worshipful Soc of Apothecaries of London 1998- (convenor DMCC and chair 2012); RCPsych: memb Cncl 1986-90, 1993-99 and 2001-05, chm S Western Div 1996-99, dir of conferences 2001-07, chm Welsh Div 2002-06, memb Central Exec Ctee 2005-07, presidential lead offr (post formerly titled lead offr) Disaster Mgmnt 2008-14; chm Assoc for the Psychiatric Study of Adolescents 1987-93; memb: Assoc for Child Psychology and Psychiatry 1978-, Assoc for Professionals in Servs for Adolescents 1979-, Assoc of Univ Teachers of Psychiatry 1989-, Br Paediatric Assoc 1987-96, Acad of Royal Colls in Wales 2002-08 (vice chm 2003 and 2006-08, chm 2004-06); DPM 1976, Hon FRCPsych 2014 (FRCPsych 1990, MRCPsych 1976), MHSM 1994, MInstD 1994, FRCPCH 1997 (MRCPCH 1996), FRSM 1992
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