Dr Simon Prince
Dr. Simon Prince, GP and Member of The Royal College of Psychiatrists with a special interest in psychotherapy
Please call Jo Prince on 01223 264200 to book an appointment.
Dr Simon Prince, expert medical witness in general practice, with considerable hospital and other experience.
GMC: 2745240 JCPTGP: 23523 MDDUS: M124973
Pharmacology/Immunology/research 1 Year
Plastic Surgery / 3 months
General/urological surgery / 3 months
Medicine 18 months.
A & E / 6 months
Psychiatry / 3 years 3 months
General Practice / 14 years
Locum attachments Neurology with neurosurgery cover.
Cardiology /6 months
General, chest, genito-urinary, neurology, paediatric.
Cardiology and care of the elderly.
General, plastic, neuro-surgery
Adult, (including secure ward), elderly, liaison, child and family psychiatry.
Psychotherapy of eating disorders, individual and group psychotherapy
Cognitive behaviour therapy.
Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Past Additional Work
Royal College GP District Representative
Training GP Trainers on Stress Management
Norfolk Medical Audit Advisory Group
East Anglian Region Psychiatry Purchasing Group
Member Advisory Council for Counsellors Lowestoft
Mental Health Purchasing GP Advisor Suffolk Health
National Mental Health Fellow.
Trained by Burson Marsteller-Time Management TM
Dissertation for MBA, Health Promotion for Under 35's
Work with Lowestoft PCG: Research early death due to suicide
Work with Dr Waller and Mercer: Suffolk Protocol for GP prescribing for Opiate Dependency
Cambridge GP Trainers Course.
Medical School/National Prizes
1. 1981 - Bernard Hart First Prize (UCH Psychological Medicine Prize).
2. 1981 - Nuffield Provincial Hospital Trust Essay Prize (Second Prize).
A Simple Rapid Micro-Latex Fixation Test
J.C. Cicciarelli, P.I. Terasaki, D.Chia, E.C, Barnett, MR Mickey, S. Prince., Y. Iwaki and Susan Shirahama
Clinical and Experimental Immunology. 36. No. 1 181 - 185. Oct 1979
First Steps in Psychotherapy
Contribution, pages 96-99.
Teaching Psychotherapy to Medical Students and General Practitioners.
Edited by H.H Wolff, W. Knauss, W. Brautigam.
Failure to make Continued Progress with Graded Exposure Treatment of Blood and Injury Phobia
Dr Simon Prince.
The Bulletin of the Association of Behavioural Clinicians. 2. 16 - 18. Dec 1987.