Autistic Spectrum Disorder in forensic settings

23Sep

One day online conference

Timings 9:30am-4:30pm
Location Online event
CPD Up to 6 points
Non-member£100
Consultant member£75
SAS doctors / higher trainees / retired members£55
Core trainees / medical students£35
Autistic Spectrum Disorder in forensic settings

Event Information

People with Autism Spectrum Disorders are arguably less likely than the general population to engage in law-breaking behaviour. A small minority though do and many in that group are perceived by mental health and criminal justice agencies to be particularly challenging.

This full-day, virtual and interactive training programme with Prof Conor Duggan OBE, Prof Essi Viding, Prof Peter Langdon, Prof Regi Alexander, Dr Harm Boer, Ms Sheena Foster, Ms Verity Chester and Dr Sam Tromans will cover a range of topics in this area that are relevant for the practising clinician. 

This conference will take place online where we hope to replicate the same learning experience as a face to face conference, just without the travelling and with the added benefit of recordings of the course. Participants will be able to ask questions throughout.

Please note that only those registered in advance for the event will be able to view content afterwards on demand. 

In order to allow us time to add everyone to the online platform, booking will close at 5pm on Tuesday 22 September. It will not be possible to make bookings on the day.

This conference will explore Autistic Spectrum Disorder in forensic settings, with presentations from Professor Regi Alexander, Sheena Foster, Professor Conor Duggan, Dr Sam Tromans, Dr Harm Boer, Professor Essi Viding, Professor Peter Langdon and Verity Chester. 

Download the full programme.

Booking is now closed. In order to allow us time to add everyone to the online platform, booking closed at 5pm on Tuesday 22 September. It will not be possible to make bookings on the day.

The event will take place online using Zoom as a webinar. Participants will be able view a video of the speaker alongside any slides. Participants can also pose questions, where the programme allows, and some speakers may use polling or other interactive features. 

All registered attendees will have access to a recording for up to two months after the event. 

The webinar is taking place online via Zoom. To take part you will need:  

  • Access to a reliable internet connection  
  • A PC, laptop, tablet or phone  
  • Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge browser or Zoom installed on your PC, laptop, tablet or phone  
You do not need to have a Zoom account to attend.  

Some users may experience difficulty joining Zoom meetings due to security settings. If this is the case, we suggest you select the option to join via a web browser, rather than the Zoom app. If you cannot join on your computer you can still join on your phone.  Please take a look at this helpful guide on how to join a Zoom meeting.   
 

It is your responsibility to ensure you have read and understood the guidelines before the event.

Please read our terms and conditions before making your booking.

For further information, please contact:

Email: Isabel.Brinsden@rcpsych.ac.uk

Contact Name: Isabel Brinsden

Contact number: 02086184142

Event Location

Location: Online event