Dr Lisa Lampe
E25 - Royal North Shore Hospital
Dr Lampe's principal research interests are in anxiety and mood disorders, and the clinical applications of cognitive behaviour therapy. Additional research interests include medical education in psychiatry, attitudes to psychiatry as a career choice and the influence of personality on career choice and medical practice.
New study: participants wanted.
Dr Lampe is currently undertaking research into severe shyness and social anxiety, seeking to explore the nature of avoidant personality disorder and how it relates to social phobia. Participants aged 18-65 years are sought to complete questionnaires and an interview. Details are available at http://www.cadeclinic.com or by phoning 9462 9905.
I am the Block Coordinator for teaching in Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine in Stage 3 of the Sydney Medical Program. In addition I run Skills Sessions in psychiatry at Northern Clinical School and developed teaching resources for the Cognitive Behaviour Therapy session and the 'Choosing and Using Medication' skills session. I have also contributed to teaching in Stages 1 and 2 of the course in areas related to psychiatry.