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Events held by other organisations 2013

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2017

June

Mental health in primary care

Organiser: The King's Fund, RCPsych and NHS Clinical Commissioners

Date: 7 June 2017

Venue: The King's Fund, London W1G 0AN

This event will showcase some of the best practice taking place across England in integrating mental health and primary care, demonstrating the benefits for both the mental health and primary care workforce and providing more joined-up and holistic care for patients and service users.

To register or for more information, please visit the event website (opens in a new window)

Enter promotional code RCP_10 when registering to receive a 10% discount.

Contact: events@kingsfund.org.uk


Begin Before Birth

Organiser: Imperial College London

Date: 8 June 2017

Venue: Wolfson Education Centre, The Hammersmith Hospital, Du Cane Road, London W12 ONN

In the latest of our series of meetings, we have an exciting schedule of new presentations. The programme will be of interest to all those who care for women in the perinatal period including obstetricians, health visitors, midwives, psychologists , psychiatrists, GPs and paediatricians, as well as researchers, students and others.

Programme (PDF)

For more information and to apply, please visit the event website (opens in a new window)

Contact: sympreg@imperial.ac.uk


Together for Children and Young People Programme (T4CYP) Annual Conference

Organiser: Welsh Government

Date: Thursday 15 June 2017

Venue: All Nations Centre, Cardiff, CF14 3NY

The event will explore innovative schemes that have been developed by partners across Wales and cross sector support available across the whole system. There will be presentations and workshops exploring examples of best practice. The workshops will be held on Young Champions in Schools, implementing the Neurodevelopmental Pathway, introducing trauma-led practice to youth offending teams, and implementing the cross agency Workforce Framework.

Visit the event website to register (opens a new window)


Multidisciplinary empowerment - Delirium is everyone’s responsibility

Organiser: The Scottish Delirium Association

Date: 22 June 2017

Venue: Forth Valley Royal Hospital, Stirling Rd, Larbert FK5 4WR, SCOTLAND

This event is aimed at Clinicians of all disciplines with an interest in improving delirium care. It's an opportunity to network, share with and learn from colleagues across Scotland and plan how ideas could be applied locally.

Event Flyer (opens a Word document)

Programme and Registration (opens a new window)

Contact: ajayverma.macharouthu@nhs.net


july

Functional symptoms in neurology and psychiatry

Organiser: RSM Clinical Neurosciences and Psychiatry Sections

Date: Thursday 20 – Friday 21 July 2017

Venue: Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, London, W1G 0AE

CPD: 13 credits

Functional symptoms are encountered in both neurological and psychiatric practice and are often intriguing. This meeting will address the clinical presentations, management and some of the theory behind their generation. It will update clinicians in the diagnosis and management of these conditions and on options for therapy. The faculty will include neurologists, psychiatrists, barristers and well-known speakers from other disciplines.

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Contact: Ruth Cloves, cns@rsm.ac.uk


August

Making real change

e happen - 20th ISPS International Congress in the United Kingdom

Organiser: International Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis

Date: 30 August - 3 September 2017

Venue: The University of Liverpool, Liverpool L3 5TR

Interested in Psychosis? Interested in real change for the better? The ISPS 2017 conference in Liverpool, UK is for you, whatever your discipline and if you are a service use or carer. The International Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis conferences have an outstanding reputation for vibrancy, conviviality, breadth of presentations and social events.

To make a submission, or register, please visit the event website (opens in a new window)

Contact: isps@isps.org


September

17th Maudsley Forum

Organiser: Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London

Date: 12–15 September 2017

Venue: Social & Genetic Developmental Psychiatry Centre, King's College London

The annual Maudsley Forum offers psychiatrists, psychologists and others interested in mental health, the opportunity to learn about the most current advances in clinical and academic psychiatry, and to meet and network with dynamic, like-minded colleagues from around the world.

Contact: events.ioppn@kcl.ac.uk


October

Brain Skin Colloquium

Venue: Chetham's Library, Long Millgate, Manchester M3 1SB UK

The brain-skin connection is a key area of both clinical and research importance. The strong scientific programme will be delivered by an impressive line-up of international speakers. Therefore, the meeting will be of great interest to clinicians (in particular dermatologists, psychologists and psychiatrists) and scientists (cell biologists, immunologists, neuroscientists) alike.

Event flyer (PDF)

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Contact: conference@bad.org.uk

 

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WPA EVENTS

 

World Psychiatric Association International Congress

Date: 18 - 22 Nov 2016

Venue: Cape Town, South Africa

The theme of the Congress will be Psychiatry: Integrative Care for the Community” and will explore the integration of the four the dimensions of psychiatric care in psychiatry’s scope of practice, as well as psychiatry’s social contract with the communities it serves.