Hearing voices – the patient’s perspective

What you are about to see… This is an interview with a man who has schizophrenia. You can see him being asked about his current symptoms. He is, during the interview, experiencing auditory hallucinations that interfere with his ability to…

Hearing voices - the patient's perspective

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This is an interview with a man who has schizophrenia. You can see him being asked about his current symptoms. He is, during the interview, experiencing auditory hallucinations that interfere with his ability to concentrate on the conversation. There are periods when he pauses, loses the thread of the conversation and looks distracted.

In this version of the clip you can hear the voice he is experiencing at the same time as the conversation between him and the psychiatrist. There is another version of the clip where the auditory hallucination cannot be heard and you see the conversation as it would appear to an observer.

This is intended to provide open access to teaching materials which, whilst originally designed for medical students, are hopefully of use for everyone interested in learning about psychiatry. It derives from the Newcastle University course and teaching resource (http://fms-teaching.ncl.ac.uk/psy/)

The videos all use role players to portray patients.

Videos are posted subject to Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License (creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/)

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