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The Royal College of Psychiatrists Improving the lives of people with mental illness

Advances in Clinical Practice for Older People with Substance Misuse



Date Thursday 15 & Friday 16 February 2018

15 February - 08:30-09:15 registration, conference starts 09:15am, Conference ends 16:30

16 February  - 08:30-09:15 registration, conference starts 09:15am, Conference ends 16:30


Didactic Teaching, Small Group Discussion/Case studies and feedback

Venue RCPsych
CPD Maximum of 6 CPD hours per day, subject to peer group approval.
Audience Consultants, Higher Trainees, Geriatricians, GPs and other professionals with an interest in substance misuse and dual diagnosis


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Discount **


*   Consultants/Locum Consultant RCPsych Members


**      RCPsych members/Affiliates at the following grades Associate Specialist, SAS, Staff Grade, SpR, CT/ST4-6 and special rate for CPN/MDT, PMPT, SHO, CT/ST1-3 registered with RCPsych and RCPsych members who pay the reduced subscription rate.

PMPT is ‘Pre-membership Psychiatric Trainee’ registered with RCPsych



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Overview   |   Programme


The aim of this Masterclass is to provide an update on best practice in the assessment, treatment and care of older people with substance misuse. It will be suitable for psychiatrists (including trainees), geriatricians, GPs and other professionals with an interest in this increasingly relevant are of clinical practice. Over the course of the Masterclass, there will several opportunities to discuss case studies in depth using break-out groups and feedback. It is also hoped that the CPD update will provide scope for networking between different professionals


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