Declarations of interest

Professor John Cape - Chair, GDG
EmploymentHead of Psychological Therapies, Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust, London and Visiting Professor, University College London
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestMember of Mental Health Research Network Clinical Research Group on the topic of ‘Improving the Detection and Management of Anxiety Disorders in Primary Care’. (October 2010)
Member of the British Association of Behaviour and Cognitive Psychotherapy. (October 2010)
Dr Marta Buszewicz
EmploymentSenior Lecturer, Research Department of Primary Care and Population Health, University College London
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestI have been asked to lead a Mental Health Research Network Clinical Research Group on the topic of ‘Improving the Detection and Management of Anxiety Disorders in Primary Care’, and as such will be involved in writing research proposals on this topic. (April 2009)
Involved in research proposal to the HTA using pregabalin as augmentation to SSRIs in people with refractory anxiety. (April 2010)
Professor Carolyn Chew-Graham
EmploymentProfessor of Primary Care, University of Manchester
Personal pecuniary interestClinical Advisor Joint Commissioning Team, Manchester (June 2009)
Invited speaker at ‘Neurology and mental health conference’; honorarium will be paid. Organised by Haymarket conferences.
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestResearch grants:

A Research and Development programme to increase equity of access to high quality mental health services in primary care. 2007–2012 NIHR 1071 Programme Grant £1,924,231. (AMP [Improving Access to Mental Health in Primary Care] programme). (June 2009)
Multi-centre RCT of Collaborative Care for Depression. (CADET study) £2,295,000 Medical Research Council 2008–2010. (June 2009)
Short-term research fellowship with Manchester PCT to support grant writing. £25,000. February – October 2008. (June 2009)
Co-investigator on the successful Greater Manchester CLAHRC award. £10 million from NIHR plus £10 million in matched funds from Greater Manchester Association of PCTs. October 2008 – October 2013. (June 2009)
Developing effective strategies to reduce unscheduled care in chronic disease. £190,000. January 2009 – 2014. (June 2009)
Development and evaluation of a communication training package for primary care practitioners to reduce inappropriate antibiotic prescribing for respiratory tract infections. British Society for Antimicrobial Therapy. EDG/07/02. £30,000 January 2009 – December 2010. (June 2009)
Personal non-pecuniary interestRoyal College of General Practitioners Clinical Champion, Mental Health and Co-lead of Primary Care Mental Health Forum. (June 2009)
Member of steering group, Anxiety UK (third sector organisation in Manchester). (June 2009)
Professor Phillip Cowen
EmploymentProfessor of Psychopharmacology, University of Oxford
Personal pecuniary interestI have acted as a paid member of advisory boards and given paid lectures for companies that market medicines relevant to the treatment of anxiety.
Eli Lilly (£6,000 over the last 2 years for lectures on depression - not product related).
Lundbeck (£1,000 for a lecture on depression this year - not product related).
Servier (£3,000 over the last 2 years for advisory boards concerning agomelatine).
Wyeth (£1,000 over the last 2 years for an advisory board on desvenlafaxine). (April 2009)
I have provided expert advice to solicitors representing GlaxoSmithKline in claims over paroxetine (Seroxat) (payment of £3,000 over the last year). (April 2009)
AstraZeneca (£250 for chairing a meeting on bipolar disorder. (November 2009)
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestI am one of the authors of the Oxford Textbook of Psychiatry, which provides advice about the treatment of psychiatric disorders.
(April 2009)
I have been a member of guideline development groups for the British Association for Psychopharmacology, which issues advice on the appropriate use of psychotropic medicines in the treatment of a range of psychiatric disorders. (April 2009).
Ms Joanna Hackman
EmploymentService user member
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Ms Jill Keegan
EmploymentCarer member, Islington Carers Centre
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Dr Judy Leibowitz
EmploymentConsultant Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Lead, Camden Psychological Therapies Service, London
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Professor Karina Lovell
EmploymentProfessor in Mental Health, University of Manchester
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestI receive £6000 a year in my role as a Non- Executive Director, and earn approximately £1000 a year running various workshops for NHS Trusts and British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. I also received £1000 to be editor of the CSIP [Care Services Improvement Partnership] publication of CCBT in 2008. (April 2009)
Non-personal pecuniary interestI am an applicant on a number of NIHR research grants and therefore the University of Manchester employ research assistants and therapists, but all funding goes to the university. The PCT pay the University of Manchester for 2 hours a week of my time to conduct clinical supervision but this is not paid to me. (April 2009)
Personal non-pecuniary interestI am a patron of Anxiety UK and part of the steering group for ‘Self Help Services’ both 3rd sector organisations. (April 2009)
Ms Catherine O’Neill
EmploymentService User Member and Services Manager at Anxiety UK
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestI was approached in my role at Anxiety UK to be part of the working group for the mental health providers’ forum, which has an agenda of campaigning for different types of evidence to be accepted by NICE. (July 2009)
Delivered training to East Sussex Partnership Trust on phone CBT. (Feb 2010)
Delivered training to Pfizer pharmaceuticals, the cost of which was £800 for half a day. I declare a non-personal pecuniary interest as the money went to Anxiety UK and was part of my role as Services Manager there. (Sept 2010)
Personal non-pecuniary interestI do work for an anxiety disorders charity that provides support, advice and therapy services to individuals suffering with a range of anxiety disorders. We do not provide CCBT or medication advice however. (April 2009)
Professor Paul Salkovskis
EmploymentProfessor of Clinical Psychology and Applied Science, University of Bath
Clinical Director, Centre for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma, Maudsley Hospital
Editor, Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestWill receive £2154.10 from Meiji Seika Kaisha, Ltd (http://www.meiji.co.jp/en/) for flights from London to Tokyo and Hong Kong to London for teaching in Japan and Hong Kong in October 2009. There are no conditions attached to this funding, which was actually awarded to the conference which I had agreed to speak at and I was unaware of any industry links at that time. I am not aware of the products that this company manufactures. (July 2009)
My group has been contracted to provide ‘top-up’ training in CBT for the London IAPT services. This funding is awarded to King’s College and does not benefit me personally. (July 2009)
Personal non-pecuniary interestI have conducted and been involved in a number of research projects on the treatment of panic disorder with and without agoraphobia. I have been a co-author on a paper in which it was concluded that cognitive behavioural treatment performed better than antidepressant medication. (May 2009)
I edit the journal of the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy; this organisation is a special interest group for people working in cognitive behavioural treatment. (May 2009)
I am the patron of four charities (No Panic, Anxiety UK, OCD Action and OCD-UK) involved in advocacy for anxiety disorders. (May 2009)
Professor Jan Scott
EmploymentProfessor of Psychological Medicine, University of Newcastle
Personal pecuniary interestI have attended some advisory boards for the following: AstraZeneca, Janssen-Cilag, 4SK, BSM Otsuka, Eli Lilly, Sanofi Aventus. My work is on psychosocial aspects of bipolar disorder and medication adherence. (April 2009)
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestIn the past I have had an unrestricted educational award: 1) to teach multidisciplinary teams about engagement and enhancing adherence, 2) for a catchment art study on met and unmet requirements in bipolar, and 3) have had an independent investigator award from Janssen-Cilag on medication adherence. (April 2009)
Personal non-pecuniary interestWhen asked my views (following lectures) on CCBT I have pointed out that is not always feasible, for example, no computer at home, and some patients, for example, older females, may not take up such treatments. (April 09)
NCCMH
Professor Tim Kendall
EmploymentJoint Director, NCCMH; Medical Director and Consultant Psychiatrist, Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestThe NCCMH received a grant of £78,000 in January 2010 to carry out a systematic review of the mental health impact of induced abortion in unwanted pregnancies. This project will be completed by March 2011.
Grant holder for £1.44 million per year (approximately) from NICE for guidelines work. Work with NICE International.
Undertake some research into mental health and the mental health workforce for Department of Health, Royal College of Psychiatrists and the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges.
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Ms Henna Bhatti
EmploymentResearch Assistant, NCCMH
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Ms Melissa Chan
EmploymentSystematic Reviewer, NCCMH
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Ms Esther Flanagan
EmploymentProject Manager, NCCMH (until 2010)
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNoneNone
Ms Laura Gibbon
EmploymentProject Manager, NCCMH (from 2010)
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Ms Marie Halton
EmploymentResearch Assistant, NCCMH
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Dr Ifigeneia Mavranezouli
EmploymentSenior Health Economist, NCCMH
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Dr Nick Meader
EmploymentSystematic Reviewer, NCCMH
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Ms Sarah Stockton
EmploymentSenior Information Scientist, NCCMH
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Dr Clare Taylor
EmploymentSenior Editor, NCCMH
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone

From: Appendix 3, Declarations of interests by guideline development group members

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