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RCPsych is keen to promote education in the field of Psychiatry to its membership. We are happy to advertise all educational meetings and training courses run by similar organisations but cannot include information on events held by private companies or agencies.

 

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Events held by other organisations 2013

2016

8 January 2016

Managing feelings and behaviour in children with Autism and Asperger Syndrome

by Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health

Kingston Maurward Conference Centre. Dorchester, DT2 8PY

Hear from Professor Tony Attwood from Griffith University Queensland Australia, where he explores why children and young people with Asperger syndrome are more prone to develop mood disorders, and provides strategies that can help them learn about and...
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Contact: Karyn Ambridge - karyn.ambridge@acamh.org


12 January 2016

The Mental Health Act 1983 in practice: where do we stand?

by Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health

ACAMH, St Saviours House, 39-41 Union Street, London, SE1 1SD

Join our evening lecture on the practical aspects of the Mental Health Act (MHA), where you can hear from two national experts in the field of mental health act legislation and practice. Sarah Cannell, CAMHS specialist AMHP and Dr Suyog Dhakras, Consu...
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Contact: Karyn Ambridge - karyn.ambridge@acamh.org


11 & 12 February 2016

BNPA

by BNPA

Royal College of Surgeons, London

Themes- One- DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVE ON ADULT DISEASE Two- LANGUAGE & ITS COMPLEXITIES Speakers: Thomas Frodl Early life adversity, epigenetics and the stress response in depression• Ted Dinan Gut microbes and brain function•Peter Hammond Face, br...
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Contact http://www.bnpa.org.uk/contact-us/


International Conference: Clinical Update Sleep 2016

Organiser: Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital

Date: 26 February 2016

Venue: Royal College of Physicians, London

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Registration is now open for the Clinical Update Sleep conference, and 2016 promises to be its biggest year yet. The day will cover a range of topics, including hypersomnia and parasomnia, sleep-disordered breathing and comorbidities, plus an update on recent clinical trials in sleep-dispordered breathing and non-invasive ventilation. The format of presentations, interactive lectures, case studies and workshops, including a workshop aimed at using polysomnography and CPAP equipment, means that those attending will be informed of all the latest advances in understanding and managing sleep disorders.

The conference is also accepting abstract submissions, full details of how to submit an abstract can be found on our website www.guysandstthomasevents.co.uk.

All accepted abstracts will be printed in the Journal of Thoracic Disease. 6 CPD points have been applied for from The Royal College of Physicians.

For more information and booking, contact events@gstt.nhs.uk


Tuesday 8 March 2016

The future of psychiatry: Big data, new media and the digital revolution

by RSM Psychiatry section

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

Explore how the digital revolution will change our understanding of mental illness, affect psychiatric practice in the future, and produce new ideas that will help us connect with and care for people Key speakers include: Professor Sean Hill, Co-dire...
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Contact: psychiatry@rsm.ac.uk


14 March 2016

Mental Health Research - Research into Practice

by UCL Institute of Child Health 1pm

UCL Institute of Child Health, 30 Guilford Street, WC1N 1EN

Mental Health Research at Great Ormond Street Hospital and the Institute of Child Health Symposium, incorporating the Otto Wolff lecture. This event is free to attend but registration in advance is required. Speakers are: Professor Michael Sharpe Dr I...
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Contact: ICH.DN.Programme@ucl.ac.uk


Epidemiology and Statistics for Mental Health Research

Organiser: Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, King's College London

Date: 7 - 18 March 2016

Venue: Institute of Psychology, Psychiatry & Neuroscience, Denmark Hill Campus, King's College London

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This 10 day course will provide participants with a thorough grounding in core epidemiological principles and methods central to mental health research, as well as the appropriate statistical methods for data analysis.
Led by Professor Craig Morgan, Centre for Epidemiology and Public Health, participants will be taught through lectures and practical sessions involving the analysis and interpretation of practice datasets using the statistical sofware package STATA.

For more information and booking, contact vanessa.frederick@kcl.ac.uk


The 24th ​European Congress of Psych​iatry (EPA 2016)

 

Event website: http://www.epa-congress.org/

Organising body: Kenes International

Date: 12 - 15 March 2016

Venue: Palacio Municipal de Congresos, Campo de las Naciones, Avda. Capital de España Madrid, 28042 - Madri


​The 24th European Congress of Psychiatry (EPA 2016), will take place in Madrid, Spain on 12-15 March 2016. Guided by the motto "Towards a Common Language in European Psychiatry", EPA 2016 will cover the newest psychiatric achievements: basic, clinical and translational research, and their application to evidence-based practice in diagnosis, treatment and education.

​Register now​ for EPA 2016 and join us at Europe's leading platform devoted to facilitating a robust exchange of ideas, reflection and collaboration across all fields of psychiatry.

Abstract Submission Deadline: 6 October 2015​
Early Registration Deadline: 18 January 2016

 

Contact: Ella Siman esiman@kenes.com


17th March 2015

CBT medics conference - Leeds

by BABCP CBT medics SIG (10 to 5)

University of Leeds Fenton Room, Devonshire Hall, Cumberland Rd, University of Leeds LS6 2EQ

£15 to £ 35 fee, 6 CPD units Dr Graeme Whitfield and Dr Ali Alfaraj: The Role of the Consultant Psychiatrist in CBT Dr Steve Moorhead – CBT competencies for OPD Dr Lynne Drummond: Recent Advances in the Treatment of OCD Dr David Veale: CBT Treatment of Vomit P...
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Contact: anne.cooper3@nhs.net


Friday 22nd April 2016

National Audit Conference, 2016

by Royal Edinburgh Hospital

Royal Edinburgh Hospital

This one day conference is aimed at trainee psychiatrists; FY doctors; and medical students. There is no registration fee. Free lunch / tea & coffee! Audit abstract submissions are invited for both oral and poster presentations. The best audits will...
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Contact: auditconference@gmail.com


 

26 - 28 May 2016

European Associaton of Geriatric Psychiatry Refresher course in Old Age Psychiatry

by European Associaton of Geriatric Psychiatry

The Faculty Club, Leuven, Belgium

This intensive three-day course in old age psychiatry will provide an in depth review of selected topics (dementia, depression, anxiety and sleep), guided case discussions and will update you with the latest high-quality research relevant for clinical...
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Contact: info@vvp-online.be


Monday 20th - Wednesday 22nd June 2016

Clinical Leadership and Management Course for Mental Health (Psychiatry) Trainees

by Keele University

Keele Hall. Keele University, Keele, Staffordshire, ST5 5BG

Our Keele courses are run over three days and are intended for Specialty Trainees in their penultimate or final years of training; trainees at an earlier stage may also be interested. They are also open to SAS doctors wishing to prepare for a consulta...
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Contact: health.cml@keele.ac.uk


17-20 September 2016

29th ECNP Congress

by ECNP

Austria Center Vienna

The ECNP Congress is Europe's largest meeting on applied and translational neuroscience. Annually it brings together between 4,000 and 6,000 psychiatrists, neuroscientists, neurologists and psychologists from around the world to discuss the latest dev...
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Contact: vienna2016@ecnp.eu


“Forensic Psychiatry and Prison Psychiatry between Medicine and Law”

Organiser: Macedonian Psychiatric Association & WPA Section for Forensic Psychiatry

Date: 13th to 15th October 2016

Venue: Hotel Gorica, Ohrid, Macedonia

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WPA - Co-Sponsored International Conference on Forensic Psychiatry


 

30th August - September 3rd 2017

ISPS 2017 International Conference: Making Real Change Happen

by International Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis

Liverpool University, UK

This will be the 20th International Congress of ISPS UK. It's design is driven by the strong view in ISPS that fundamental change needs to happen if people who experience psychosis are to have their psychological and social care needs met adequately. ...
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Contact: isps@isps.org


2-5 September 2017

30th ECNP Congress

by ECNP

Palais des Congres de Paris, Paris, France

The ECNP Congress is Europe's largest meeting on applied and translational neuroscience. Annually it brings together between 4,000 and 6,000 psychiatrists, neuroscientists, neurologists and psychologists from around the world to discuss the latest dev...
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Contact: secretariat@ecnp.eu

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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.