One Day Event
|Timings||08:30 - 16:30|
|Location||York Racecourse, York|
|CPD||One CPD point per hour of educational activity, subject to peer group approval.|
|Nurses/Allied Health Professionals||£70|
|Patients and Carers||£50|
"New Perspectives and Developments in Psychiatry” – with exclusive Mental Health Act Update by Professor Sir Simon Wessely
Do you know why, when and how the Mental Health Act will be revised? Are you highly confident in assessing a patient who takes novel psychoactive substances yet has a negative result on drug testing? Do you have experience of treating depression using ketamine? If not, this conference provides the perfect one-stop CPD opportunity to update your knowledge of core psychiatric topics such as the Mental Health Act, depression and substance misuse. We have crafted a special programme which also brings you new perspectives to enhance your clinical practice and challenge your thinking in sleep, nutrition and occupation. Through opportunities to interact with our guest speakers during sessions and breaks, we guarantee you will learn something new. Due to popular demand, we will once again have the conference pop-up library where you can browse/borrow books (fiction and non-fiction) related to conference presentations.
Professor Sir Simon Wessely, Kings College, London - 'Mental Health Act - An Update'
Professor Rupert McShane, Consultant Psychiatrist and Associate Professor - 'Deployment of ketamine and similar rapidly acting antidepressants: Long term risks and strategies for risk mitigation'
Dr Max Henderson, Hon Associate Professor, University of Leeds - 'Occupation and Mental Health: A Practical Guide'
Surgeon Commander James Harrison, Consultant Psychiatrist / Clinical Lead Scotland - Talk Title TBC
Beverley Sarstedt, Nutritional Therapist - 'Functional Psychiatry and the role of Nutrition in Mental Health'
Dr Derek Tracy, Consultant Psychiatrist & Clinical Director - 'The smart psychiatrist’s guide to novel psychoactive substances'
Dr Paul Reading, Consultant Neurologist - 'Sleep: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly'
If you are unable to book online, you can book over the phone with us using a debit/credit card. Please call 0113 209 1591. Alternatively if your Trust is paying by cheque or BACS, please download the registration form (PDF).