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Cognitive rehabilitation in people with schizophrenia

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Professor Dame Til Wykes is a professor at the prestigious Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King’s College Hospital in the UK. She is a clinical psychologist at the Maudsley Hospital and leads the Division of Psychology and Systems Sciences as its Vice Dean. She has contributed more than 200 papers, 14 books and personally leads £10m in grants. She is an NIHR Senior Investigator (one of only 200 in the UK) and in 2016 was made a Dame (a knighthood) by the Queen for her services to mental health. In addition to her research she founded and is now the co-director of the Service User Research Enterprise which employs researchers who have had experience of using mental health services. She is an editorial board member of 8 journals as well as being the Executive Editor of the Journal of Mental Health. As well as these accomplishments in March this year she was also presented with the Guinness World Record for the largest mental health lesson.

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