One day conference
|Location||21 Prescot Street, London, E1 8BB|
|CPD||Up to six CPD points subject to peer group approval|
|Consultants, SAS, advanced trainees||£170|
|Core trainee members, student members, retired members||£150|
|Non Member Rate||£190|
- Dr Adrian James - 'Counter-terrorism - the College's position statement'
- Lord Alderdice - 'Sacred Values, Devoted Actors and Fusion - what have we learnt from engaging with radicalized individuals and groups?'
- Professor Jeremy Coid - 'Extremism, Religion and Psychiatric Morbidity'
Aims: Of the attacks which the security services have foiled since 2013 “a disproportionate number of them do have mental health issues” Mark Rowley, Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner (National Lead for Counter-terrorism)
- To understand the Royal College of Psychiatrists Position on Counter-terrorism
- To understand the evidence around radicalisation, extremism and mental health
To understand what to do, when to do it and what strategies might help reduce risk in mental health patients at risk of radicalisation
- Participants will learn what links there are, if any, between mental health, extremism and radicalisation
- Participants will learn about practical strategies to recognise and manage patients they meet who are at risk of or who have been radicalised
Participants will better understand the complexities of this area and what their role is in managing this complexity
- Mental health practitioners
- Evidence base around mental health and links to extremism, radicalisation and terrorism
- Identifying risk factors for radicalisation in those with mental health problems
- Practical strategies for managing radicalised people who have mental health problems
Role of the mental health practitioner in managing radicalised mental health patients, including the ethical difficulties that might arise
- Combination of lectures, discussion and debate
You can book online for this conference.
£170 - standard member rate (consultant members, SAS members and advanced trainee members)
£150 - reduced Rate (core trainee members, student affiliate members and retired members)
£190 - non-member rate
The event will take place at the Royal College of Psychiatrists, 21 Prescot Street, London E1 8BB. Take a look at a map and directions to help plan your journey.
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Please note that you will need to make your own accommodation arrangements for this event. There are many hotels to suit a range of budgets a short walk or bus journey from the College. Here are the best ways to find them:
- Use our interactive Hotel map to find live pricing and availability information
- Use the Visit London accommodation search function
- View a list of list of local hotels put together by the CALC team