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Events held by other organisations

Events held by other organisations

Free event listing is only be available to allied organisations, as part of a reciprocal agreement or memorandum of understanding. We are no longer accepting submissions for events through this web page.

These events are not organised or endorsed by the College. Please contact the event provider directly for further information.


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Global mental health: Children in crisis

Date: 9 January 2018

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

Organiser: RSM Intellectual Disability Section

CPD: 6 credits (applied for)

This day event with international speakers will discuss the global public health challenge of mental health of young people. It will cover the research, policy and practice and the programmes for children in war and disaster areas and refugee children and the challenges of running programmes in developing countries/LAMIC.

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Contact: Ruth Cloves,


Paediatric Mental Health Association Annual Winter Meeting

Date: 25–26 January 2018

Venue: Highgate House, NN6 8NN

Organiser: Paediatric Mental Health Association

Contact: Karen Saunders

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National Student Psychiatry Conference

Date: 27-28 January 2018

Venue: Brighton and Sussex Medical School, BN1 9PX

Organiser: Brighton and Sussex Medical School

Contact: Grace Crowley

Brighton and Sussex Medical School are proud to host the 2018 National Student Psychiatry Conference! Come along for a two-day conference filled with fascinating lectures from engaging speakers, unique workshops, social events & much more!

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Launch of the UCL Unit for Stigma Research

Date: 16 February 2018

Venue: Darwin Lecture Theatre, UCL, London, WC1E 6BT

Organiser: UCL Unit for Stigma Research

At this event innovative work will be presented relating to the UCLUS two core areas of research: (1) the impact of stigma on openness / secrecy around experiences of mental health problems; (2) evidence based interventions at multiple levels to challenge stigma faced by people with intellectual disabilities and their families.

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CESR (Certificate of Eligibility for Specialist Registration) Educational Event

Date: 5 March 2018

Venue: The Lantern Centre, Vicarage Lane, Fulwood, Preston, PR2 8DY

Organiser: Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust

CPD: 6 points

Gaining your consultant post can be a real challenge.

If you are considering applying for CESR this workshop will offer you guidance and support with interactive workshops and presentations by:

  • CESR evaluators
  • Associate Dean of Equivalence Committee, Royal
  • College of Psychiatrists
  • GMC Specialist Application Team

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Annual London Specialty School of Psychiatry of Intellectual Disability Conference

Date: 12 March 2018

Venue: Senate House, Russell Square, London

Contact: James Smith,

This will include a range of presentations and workshops highlighting advances in integration of Intellectual Disability Services, including speakers from, Camden Disability Action, Health Education England and experienced clinicians in mental health trusts across London. We are very keen to promote this conference to trainees from all stages of training and specialties!

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Peripheral Visions: Jeremy Holmes and friends

Date: 23-24 March 2018

Venue: University of Exeter

This Festschrift will honour Jeremy Holmes’ conception of the ironic centrality of ‘peripheral vision’ in psychoanalytic work: truths glimpsed with night-sight, giving voice to muted affects, fostering security and playfulness.

Join Jeremy and his friends and colleagues to reflect on and develop (and challenge!) these themes throughout this conference.

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Contact: Charlie Shipperley,



British Geriatrics Society Spring Meeting 2018

Date: 11-13 April 2018

Venue: NCC, Nottingham

Organiser: British Geriatrics Society

The BGS Spring meeting will cover the latest scientific research and the best clinical practice in care of older people. Our ageing population is stimulating extensive NHS service redesign to deal with the challenge of caring for larger numbers of older people both in and out of hospitals. This conference will cover core areas of interest to all specialists responsible for the health care of older people in the United Kingdom.

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SAS Conference 2018: Career Progression

Date: 23 April 2018

Venue: Royal College of Anaesthetists, London

Organiser: Royal College of Anaesthetists, Academy of Medical Royal Colleges

The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges SAS Committee is pleased to invite you to attend the SAS Conference 2018. The SAS Conference: Career Progression aims to help SAS doctors develop their career goals through talks on training opportunities, CESR, quality improvement, wellbeing and non-technical skills. The event will also offer a networking opportunity.

Alongside, we are inviting delegates and other SAS doctors to share with us memorable, remarkable, joyous, difficult or even career defining experiences from their professional life in the shape of an article/essay under the title of “Blood, Sweat and Tears”. Submissions may be displayed at the Conference.

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World Congress of Psychiatry

Date: 27 - 30 September 2018

Venue: Mexico City, Mexico

The theme of the Congress will be Psychiatry: Standing Firm for Mental Health” and will discuss how psychiatry can impact some of the most important social challenges facing communities across the globe.

Now, more than ever, it is essential for the psychiatric community to stand firm for mental health.