Declarations of interest
Professor Conor Duggan - Chair, Guideline Development Group
EmploymentProfessor of Forensic Mental Health, University of Nottingham

Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist, Nottinghamshire Healthcare Trust
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestDepartment of Health grant to Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust to employ senior academics and research worker to further research into personality disorder; £170,000 per annum

Research grants:
2007–2010 Duggan, Ferriter, Huband, Smailagic & Dennis. Partnership bid between the Cochrane Developmental, Psychosocial and Learning Problems Group and Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust. National Institute for Health Research, £408,594.

2007 Duggan, Ferriter, Huband & Smailagic. A review of reviews on sexual and domestic violence. CSIP; £45,000

2004–2006 Systematic review into the treatment of personality disorder. National Forensic R & D Committee; £100,000

IMPALOX study with Peter Tyrer

Involved in translational research at Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care funded by National Institute for Health Research
Personal non-pecuniary interestFellow of Royal College of Psychiatrists.
Advisory member of Home Office Expert Advisory Panel.
Dr Gwen Adshead
EmploymentConsultant Forensic Psychotherapist, Broadmoor Hospital, West London Mental Health NHS Trust
Personal pecuniary interestLecture on personality disorder at an educational conference organised by World Forum for Mental Health; £200

2004–2004 Funding from the Wellcome Trust to study moral reasoning in men with antisocial personality disorder
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Professor Jeremy Coid
EmploymentProfessor of Forensic Psychiatry, Wolfson Institute of Preventive Medicine, Queen Mary, University of London
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestOngoing: funding from Ministry of Justice to investigate risk
2008 National Institute for Health Research
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Mr Neil Connelly – Representing the interests of service users and carers
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Mr Colin Dearden
EmploymentDeputy Chief Probation Officer, Lancashire Probation Service
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Dr Brian Ferguson
EmploymentConsultant Psychiatrist and Clinical Director of Specialist Services, Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Personal pecuniary interest2006 Attended European College of Neuropsychopharmacology Congress in Paris as a guest of Janssen-Cilag, who paid for registration, accommodation, meals and travel
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestDeputy lead for East Midlands Mental Health Research Hub, which has adopted a number of research projects including one sponsored by Janssen-Cilag

Involved in translational research at Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care funded by National Institute for Health Research
Personal non-pecuniary interestIn discussion with Servier Research and Development Ltd in respect of a joint pharmaceutical trial in the treatment of major depression, with the role of Deputy Head for the East Midlands Research Hub
Professor Peter Fonagy
EmploymentFreud Memorial Professor of Psychoanalysis, University College London
Head of Research Department of Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology, University College London
Chief Executive, Anna Freud Centre, London
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestResearch grants:
2008–2012 With Stephen Pilling. Randomised controlled trial to evaluate multi-systemic therapy. Department of Health; £1 m

2006–2009 Danya Glaser, Peter Fonagy & Rob Senior. Framework for Recognition, Assessment and Management of Emotional Abuse (FRAMEA). Department of Education and Skills; £325,000

2005–2007 Peter Fonagy & Mary Target. Randomised controlled trial of parent-infant psychotherapy. Big Lottery Fund; £206,000

2005–2008 Peter Fonagy & Stewart Twemlow. Building Peaceful Communities Project. FHL Foundation, Inc.; US$10,000

2005–2008 Mike Crawford & Peter Fonagy. Learning the Lessons: an evaluation of pilot community services for adults with personality disorder; NHS Service Delivery Organisation, £286,076

2005–2008 Janet Feigen-Baum & Peter Fonagy. Mellow Parenting Programme to Support the Parenting of Mothers with Personality Disorder. Department for Education and Skills; £204,336

2002–2006 Randomised controlled trial of a nursery-based early intervention service; Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund, £48,000
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Dr Savas Hadjipavlou
EmploymentProgramme Director, The Dangerous and Severe Personality Disorder (DSPD) Programme, Ministry of Justice
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestRepresented the DSPD Programme at various conferences
Professor Eddie Kane
EmploymentDirector, Personality Disorder Institute, University of Nottingham
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Professor Anthony Maden
EmploymentProfessor of Forensic Psychiatry, Imperial College; Honorary Consultant, West London Mental Health NHS Trust
Personal pecuniary interestLecture to Trent study day, sponsored by Janssen Cilag; £1,000.

Clinical director of a service for Dangerous and Severe Personality Disorder
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestHave advised Janssen-Cilag on planning an audit of Risperdal use in mental illness in high security hospitals; no payment agreed
Have advocated mental health law reform to remove the ‘treatability’ clause from psychopathic disorder
Professor James McGuire
EmploymentProfessor of Forensic Clinical Psychology, University of Liverpool
Honorary Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Mersey Care NHS Trust
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interest2006–2009 With Prof. J. Hill, Dr. R. Nathan, Prof. P. Kinderman, Dr. G. Lancaster and Prof. M. Knapp. National R&D Programme in Forensic Mental Health: Evaluation of a Community Risk Assessment and Management Service. Department of Health; £149,857

2006–2009 With Prof. P. Salmon, Clinical Psychology Fellow in Addictions. Windsor Clinic, Mersey Care NHS Trust, £160,948

2005–2007 With Prof. C. R. Hollin, Dr. E. J. Palmer, R. Hatcher & C. Bilby. Northern Ireland Office: Evaluation of Offending Behaviour Programmes. Joint project with the University of Leicester; £79,345

2008–2009 With Drs. R. Whittington, W. Barr & M. Leitner: Update and extensions and risk assessment and intervention systematic review. Department of Health, National Institute for Health Research, Research for Patient Benefit Programme; £159,133

2008–2009 Evaluation of a Stepped Care Psychology Service in HM Prison Liverpool. Mersey Care NHS Trust; £30,000
Personal non-pecuniary interestUntil May 2008 member of the Board of Management, Resettle/CRACMS (Community Risk Assessment and Case Management Service), a multi-agency service being established in North West England. Jointly funded by the Home Office and the Department of Health
Ms Carol Rooney
EmploymentDeputy Director of Nursing, St Andrews Healthcare
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Dr Nat Wright
EmploymentClinical Director for Substance Misuse, HM Prison Leeds
Personal pecuniary interestGP adviser Department of Health, Prison Health Unit; funds 50% of salary
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone

From: APPENDIX 2, DECLARATIONS OF INTERESTS BY GDG MEMBERS

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Antisocial Personality Disorder: Treatment, Management and Prevention.
NICE Clinical Guidelines, No. 77.
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