Faculty of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Winter Institute Resources Page 2023
Welcome to the Faculty of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Winter Institute 2023
- The conference booklet has the full programme, presentation abstracts and speaker biographies
- The conference programme is available to download
This conference is eligible for up to six CPD hours, subject to peer group approval.
Certificates of attendance will be emailed to delegates within a week of the conference taking place.
Watch on demand
Once the conference has taken place live, you will receive an email letting you know the conference sessions are ready to watch on demand - the recordings will be available until Monday 3 April 2023.
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- RCPsych Child and Adolescent Faculty Retention and Recruitment Strategy
- The eco-crisis and CAMHS resources
- Sustainability and mental health
Copies of the PowerPoint presentations are made available to view here by kind permission of the presenters. If a presentation is not listed, it is because we have not received permission from the author. This page will be updated if further presentations are received.
All presentations remain the intellectual property of the author and it is strictly prohibited to copy, distribute or reproduce any information, images or data included in these presentations without the prior written consent of the author.
- Keynote address: State of child health 2023 - Dr Camilla Kingdon President of the RCPCH
- Why it’s time to update College reports on the role of psychiatrists in sustainable CAMHS; progress to date - Dr Jose Mediavilla
- Early Years Mental Health & the RCPsych Position Paper - Dr Clare Lamb
- Keynote address: Charlie Waller Parent Carer Peer support - Kathryn Pugh, Nikki Chapman and Wendy Minhinnett
- Nature-friendly CAMHS - how do nature and climate impact our delivery of quality services in challenging times - Dr Catriona Mellor
- Building a bridge; integrating specialist CAMHS with Primary Care in East Lancashire - Dr Dushyanthan Mahadevan, Donna Hindle and Dr Rebecca Roxburgh
- Urgent and emergency care of CYP in acute hospital settings - Dr Birgit Westphal and Luana Baptista
- The role of SAS doctors in CAMHS - Dr Nick Barnes and Dr Lily Read
- Using Quality Improvement Methodology to develop a local and national psychosis pathway - Dr Guy Northover and Alun Lewis