|Timings||9:00 - 17:00|
|Location||Bond Street, Bristol, UK|
|CPD||Up to 6 hours, subject to peer approval|
|Advanced/Higher Senior Trainee||£100|
|Patient and carer||£100|
This conference will explore how psychosis affects our patients across their lifetime. In the morning, delegates will be updated on how patients with a First Episode Psychosis differ and the importance of the tailored treatments of Early Intervention services.
There will then be an update on cannabis and psychosis, followed by the latest on future treatments and the novel use of Avatar therapy.
Delegates will then hear from a national expert on treatment resistant psychosis and then a session on late onset psychosis, and how this can best be treated.
Finally, there will be an update on psychosis in migrant and refugee populations.
Registration and refreshments will be available from 9.00 am, with the conference starting at 9.30 am. The event is expected to finish at 5pm.
A name badge and conference pack will be provided on arrival.
Programme updates will be published on our website and will included in the final agenda supplied on the day.
There's a great range of prizes and bursaries members can apply for:
- Innovation Prize
- Divisional Poster Presentation Prize
- Dr Stephen Dinniss Foundation and Medical Students Poster Prize
- Research Prize
- Autumn Biannual Meeting bursary for Foundation Year doctors and medical students
Check out our Prizes and Bursaries page for more information.
You can secure your place on this conference by:
- Booking online
- Telephone - call 01761 463979 and pay by credit/debit card
- Post - send a cheque to the Division Office with your registration form (PDF)
- Employer organisation paying by BACS - email a remittance statement along with your registration form
You are advised not to book travel/accommodation until you have received written confirmation of your place from the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
Please contact us on 01761 463979 if you have not received your receipt and joining instructions within 10 days of booking.
Tel: 0117 924 5000
From M4 - At Junction 19, exit onto M32 toward Bristol. Continue onto Newfoundland Street (A4032). Turn right onto bond Street (A4044). At St James Barton roundabout, take the 4th exit back onto Bond Street and the venue and car park are on your left.
Free parking is available for delegates at the on-site NCP St James Barton Car Park (8.00 am - 5.30 pm), allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. Discounted overnight charge of £17.50 for hotel residents. Height restriction applies to vehicles over 1.98 metres.
By rail: The nearest railway station is Bristol Temple Meads.
By air: Bristol (BRS) 8.7 miles.
By bus: Various bus and coach services stop on Bond Street and at the Bristol Marlborough Bus Station, approximately 5 minutes' walk away.
Please contact the Holiday Inn directly to book accommodation.
The conference rooms are fully accessible. If you have any special requirements such as large print, induction loop, or special dietary requirements please contact us at least 2 weeks before the event date to allow time for us to try and assist you.
Contact Name: Tania Leigh
Twitter: RCPsych South West
Contact number: 01761 463979
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