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||Wed 1 - Fri 3 March 2017
Novotel Madrid Centre, O'Donnell 53, 28009
||Up to 6 CPD hours per day, subject to peer
||Medical students and student associates, FY
doctors, PMPTs, trainee psychiatrists, SpRs/SAS/Staff grade
doctors, Consultant psychiatrists, Retired members, non-members.
Any medical health professional with a special interest in forensic
Due to the launch of our new database, online event bookings are
currently unavailable. Please refer to the registration form for
The draft programme for this event is now available to download.
Please be aware that this is subject to change.
- A range of experts on sociology and mental
health aspects of radicalisation, followed by a debate on "The full
co-operation of psychiatrists in the Prevent Strategy"
- Updates on treatment of personality disorder
in forensic services from international leaders in the
- Key clinical and research updates
- Keynote talks from Professor Carmine Pariante
on the role of inflammation in psychosis and Dr Chris Bass on
- Master classes on the use of the hybrid
order, recovery in forensic services, Learning Disability and
International Prison Models
Accommodation is not included in the registration fee. Delegates
are required to book and cover the cost of their own accommodation.
The hotel has set aside some rooms for delegates at this
conference, to book one of these rooms please click
Alternatively, many other hotels are available
throughout Madrid to suit a variety of requirements and budgets.
You can often find reduced rates and deals at
Expedia and LateRooms.
Call for Symposia
The Forensic Faculty is inviting applications to give symposia
at the annual Forensic Conference to be held in Madrid.
Anyone interested should email their proposals directly to
with a subject cover ‘your surname-Forensic 2017 symposia’ Further
information on how to submit your proposal is available here.
We would like to actively encourage the submission of research
for these sessions.
The call for symposia has now closed.
Call for Posters & new research
The Forensic Faculty invites new research submissions for poster
presentation at their annual conference in March 2017. The faculty
will shortlist the 5 best abstracts for oral presentation
at the conference.
Submissions should be in the form of an abstract of no more than
400 words. Applicants will be informed whether they have been
accepted or not in November. Applicants short listed to give a
brief oral presentation of their work will be advised in
Further details on how to prepare and submit your abstracts are
The call for posters and new research has now
If you wish to book an exhibition space at
this conference please email email@example.com.