Editor - Sean P J Lynch | The Business School University of Exet | 14692
ISSN: 1522-4821

International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience
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Sean P J Lynch

Sean P J Lynch
Sean P J Lynch
Consultant Psychiatrist
Devon Partnership NHS Trust and Honorary Associate Professor
University of Exeter Medical School
United Kingdom
The Business School University of Exeter


Sean qualified from Manchester University and trained in psychiatry in Manchester, Liverpool and London. He developed an interest in depression and chronic fatigue syndrome while training as a Lecturer in Psychiatry in Imperial College, London and furthered this as a Senior Lecturer in Leeds, where he was responsible for developing liaison psychiatry and CFS services. Sean developed an interest in medical editing during this period and has been peer reviewer for a wide range of journals. He has attracted external funding in these areas and been on expert advisory panels (governmental and industrial) in his areas of special interest. Sean moved to Devon in 2002 when the new Peninsula Medical School was established and is Honorary Associate Professor in the University of Exeter Medical School. He has been deputy editor and editor of Primary Care Psychiatry from 2000-5. He contributed to a WHO research initiative for mental health from 2003-4. He has been Associate Editor for BMC Psychiatry since 2014 and is committed to the extension of open access publication.

Research Interest

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, medically unexplained symptoms, liaison psychiatry, depression , psychological and pharmacological treatments for depression. More recently interest in complex trauma and PTSD as co-morbidities in medically unexplained symptoms.



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