|Timings||Day 1: 11am to 5pm | Day 2: 9am-4pm|
|Location||Grand Central Hotel, Glasgow|
|CPD||Up to six hours subject to peer approval|
Speakers at the event include:
- Dr Natalie Ashburner: 'Using Social Media as a Doctor'
- Dr Luke Baker: 'Pulse Check – Engaging with you'
- Dr Arun Chopra: 'Having a career outside the box'
- Dr Helen Crimlisk: 'A changing workforce'
- Dr Ian Hall: 'Exam update'
- Dr Jennie Higgs: 'Taking Teaching into the New decade'
- Dr Rebecca Lawrence: 'Working as a psychiatrist with lived experience'
- Dr Lucy Nichol: Author of A Series of Unfortunate Stereotypes: Naming and Shaming Mental Health Stigmas
- Dr Ross Runciman: 'Welcome to the PTC'
- Dr John Russell: 'Curriculum update'
- Dr Caroline Walker: 'The joyful doctor'
In addition, there will be a 'College Panel' featuring Dr Jan Falkowski (Treasurer), Dr Ian Hall (Chief Examiner), Dr Adrian James (Registrar), Dr John Russell (Associate Dean for Curriculum) and the PTC Officers.
Online booking is now open for this event.
Whole conference - £140
Single day - £75
The Psychiatric Trainees’ Committee (PTC) invites submissions for poster and oral presentations at our 2020 Trainees Conference.
Whether it’s your own work, or that of your organisation, we’re keen to hear about and share good practice on the theme of ‘Breaking Barriers to Recruitment and Retention’, for example supporting and valuing trainees, engagement, teaching and improving training.
Submission deadline: Friday 28 February 2020
Join us for the conference dinner, taking place at 7pm on Thursday 30 April at The Citizen Glasgow. Hosted in a traditional Glaswegian venue, the dinner will include a three course meal and a keynote talk from Professor John Crichton, Chair of RCPsych in Scotland. Book you place for just £30 when you register for the conference.
There are plenty of hotels to choose from close to the conference venue.
Other options include: