|Location||Royal College of Psychiatrists, London|
|CPD||up to six hours, subject to peer group approval|
|Student Associate Rate||£50|
As mental health professionals our patient population are disproportionately affected by sexual violence. Hughes et al, in their recent editorial in Epidemiology and Psychiatric Services: ‘Sexual violence and mental health services: a call to action’ recommend a wider focus on sexual violence as part of routine care.
Join our annual Women's Mental Health conference to consider how our mental health services can better support this call to action.
- To understand the role that sexual violence may play in our patients’ presentations, within a broader context of complex trauma.
- To become comfortable with routine enquiry about sexual violence.
- To understand the services and referral pathways available to patients following disclosure of sexual violence, both within and outside of mental health services.
Primarily mental health professionals but will also be of relevance to all those working with those who have experienced sexual violence.
Fees include catering during scheduled programme breaks but do not include accommodation.
Applies to Non-Members of the College of any career status/grade
RCPsych fellows/members/affiliates/associates at the following grades Consultants/Locum Consultants, SAS/Associate Specialists and Specialty Doctors)
(RCPsych members/associates only) Higher/Advanced/Core Trainees/SpR/Pre-membership Psychiatric Trainees/Trainee Registration with the college and RCPsych members or fellows registered with membership on the Retired or Reduced subscription rate of 50% or less.
|Student Associate Rate**|
is applicable to RCPsych associates at the following post; Foundation Years or UK Medical Students of Psychiatry
***** If you are a medical student or Foundation Year doctor and not registered as a student associate with the college, you can apply for free at the following link http://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/discoverpsychiatry/studentassociates.aspx.
The event will take place at the Royal College of Psychiatrists, 21 Prescot Street, London E1 8BB. You can view directions and a map to help you plan your journey.
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You can book accommodation through our partner agency MICE Concierge.