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Professor Alex O'Neill-Kerr

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Written by a patient at Berrywood Hospital
23rd December 2018


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Written by a patient at Berrywood Hospital
7th November 2018


Dear Alex, Thank you so much for taking me on as a patient from RTMS all the way to ECT. You have been my rock. You have guided me from treatment to treatment and supported my wishes as a patient as well. I hope you know you are an excellent psychiatrist and one that I would recommend to any of my mentally ill friends and family! Thank you again for everything you have done for me. I hope I can return to you for RTMS of ketamine if it seems appropriate.

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Written by a patient at Berrywood Hospital
17th October 2018


It’s hard to verbalise just how very grateful I am to this man. I’ve been blessed to have him as my psychiatrist for 15+ years and I can honestly say, without being dramatic, I do not think I’d be here without him. I have complex bipolar 1, rapid cycling with mixed state episodes and without his knowledge about my personal symptoms, and expertise on bipolar and the different treatments, I wonder were I might be. I find his collaborative approach to my care empowering and feel his continued discussions with me about new treatments truly give me hope for what is a debilitating illness. I will always be grateful to you, and all the incredible team at the Treatment Centre. Thank you doesn’t really begin to cover it for you have undoubtedly saved my life, not once or twice, but countless times.

22nd October 2018
Response from Professor Alex O'Neill-Kerr

thank you very much for your review and very kind comments it is very rewarding to hear such personal comments

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Written by a member of staff at Berrywood Hospital
14th February 2018


I really enjoyed the teaching and found it extremely helpful. The use of diagrams was extremely helpful to getting the hang of concepts. Learning the neuro-physiology of depression has really cemented my inderstanding. Thank you very much!

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Written by a member of staff at Berrywood Hospital
14th February 2018


Very informed and knowledgeable. Appreciate that he took the time to teach us in-depth. Explained concepts in a clear and concise manner with visual aids which was particularly helpful.

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  • Psychiatry

Profile

Works at Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust as a General Adult Psychiatrist and has been the Trusts Medical Director since 2003. Visiting Professor in Neuromodulation at Northampton University. My passion is delivering innovative new treatments for patients. Special interests: Head of The Centre for Neuromodulation delivering new treatments for depression such as rTMS, TBS, TDCS and ketamine infusion Lead consultant for ECT and related physical treatments in Psychiatry, led on Nurse Administered ECT nationally. Principal Investigator, Northampton for the NIHR study looking at rTMS versus Theta Burst in the treatment of depression Sat on the ECT and related treatments committe of the Royal College of Psychiatry. Provides advice on rTMS, Nurse Administered ECT and ECT clinics. Professor O'Neill-Kerr has published and lectured nationally and internationally on Neuromodulation and ECT and contributed chapters to The ECT Handbook Fourth Edition, in publication. Specialist advisor to the GMC, NCAS Clinical Assessor for the past 10 years. Professor O'Neill-Kerr is the Trust's Medical Director and is responsible for Research and Innovation, Medicines Management, Clinical Effectiveness and Quality.

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