Welcome to the Faculty of Liaison Psychiatry Conference 2022: Conference Resources Page

 

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Conference programme

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Conference booklet

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Accreditation

This conference is eligible for 1 point per hour of educational activity, subject to peer group approval.

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Certificates

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Watch on demand

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Presentations

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Workforce, wellbeing and worldwide – a challenge for all of medicine - Professor Andrew Goddard

Update from Scotland - Dr Prakash Shankar

Psychiatry in the general hospital: Past, present and future - Professor Michael Sharpe

Psychosomatics, self-harm and staff support – how psychotherapy interfaces with liaison services - Dr Simon Heyland

Piloting a psychological intervention to support people attending the ED with self-harm: Findings from 4 EDs - Professor Rose McCabe and Dr Sally O’Keeffe

Proposed changes to MHA and MCA focussing on Emergency Departments - Mr Peter Edwards

Understanding and managing delirium: recent progress in research and practice Professor Liz Sampson

Interventions for Self-harm - Professor Else Guthrie

Old age and liaison Psychiatry - Dr Shannon Hilton

The Psychiatry of COVID-19 - Dr Jonathan Rogers

 

Fast acting antidepressants - a revolution in psychopharmacology? - Professor David Nutt

Medical Emergencies in eating disorders, MEED Professor Paul Robinson

Recent evidence on self-harm from the multicentre study of self-harm in England - Dr Caroline Clements

FROM-LP - Dr William Lee

Can a children's game increase awareness of delirium? Dr Rebecca Chubb