The conference booklet is available to download, including latest programme, speaker abstracts, speaker biographies and poster abstracts.
This conference is eligible for up to 6 CPD hours per day, subject to peer group approval.
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Certificates of attendance will be emailed to delegates after the conference.
For session: Using reflection in action to improve your learning and performance - 10 practical tips
- Guide for trainees observing tribunals
- Reflective practice
- Reflective prompt sheet
- Gibbs Cycle worksheet
- Complete our online feedback survey for Thursday 20 May 2021
- Complete our online feedback survey for Friday 21 May 2021
All comments received remain confidential and are viewed in an effort to improve future meetings.
After the conference speaker presentations will be made available, with kind permission of the speakers, and are intended for use only by the delegates that attended the meeting.
Dr Ian Hall, RCPsych Chief Examiner
Dr India Lunn, FY1 and Dr Declan Hyland, Consultant, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust
Dr Chris O'Loughlin, Consultant, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust, and, Health Education England, East of England
Dr Declan Hyland, Consultant, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust
Dr Joan Rutherford, Chief Medical Member, Mental Health Tribunal, Dr Tharun Zacharia, Specialist Trainee and Dr Georgina Edgerley Harris, Core Trainee
Dr John Russell, RCPsych Associate Dean for Curricula, Dr Debasis Das, RCPsych Specialist Advisor for Quality Assurance
Dr Helen Bruce, Chair of Credentialing Working party, Dr Thirza Pieters, Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist, Dr Liz McDonald, Clinical Lead, Building Capacity in Perinatal Psychiatry, Dee Noonan, Project Lead, Building Capacity in Perinatal Psychiatry, and Pauline Whitelaw, RCPsych Curricula and Quality Assurance Manager
Dr Nandini Chakraborty, Consultant, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust
Dr Ian Collings, Consultant, Swansea Bay University Health Board & Health Education and Improvement Wales, and Dr Katie Webb
Watch on demand
- Once the conference has taken place live, you will receive links to watch the conference sessions on demand.
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