Faculty of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Annual Conference 2022

29Sep

Day One

30Sep

Day Two

Location Online Event
CPD 1 point per hour of eligible content, subject to peer group approval
Non-member rate£200 whole conference/£100 per day
Consultant rate£150 whole conference/£75 per day
Higher trainee rate£110 whole conference/£55 per day
Core trainee rate£70 whole conference/35 per day
SAS Doctor rate£110 whole conference/£55 per day
Subsidised/Retired rate£70 whole conference/£35 per day
FY Doctor/Medical student rate£70 whole conference/£35 per day
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Faculty of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Annual Conference 2022

Event Information

  • If you are medical student in the UK, you will need to register as a student associate in order for this fee to apply.
  • If you are a foundation doctor in the UK, you will need to register as a foundation doctor associate in order for the correct fees to apply.

Day One

  • War in Ukraine - Dr Dennis Ougrin
  • Child & adolescent mental health amidst emergencies and disasters - Professor Andrea Danese
  • Digital mental health interventions in CAMHS - Dr Maria Loades, Clinical Psychologist, Lecturer and Researcher at University of Bath
  • Scalable interventions - Dr Jessica Schleider, Assistant Professor, Stony Brook University, New York, USA
  • Transdiagnostic treatments - Dr Tim Dalglaish, Cambridge Centre for Affective Disorders
  • Demystifying co-production - Participation group
  • Exploring Creativity, Connection with Nature and Mental Health through the lens of Photography - Dr Nicholas Barnes, Dr Lynne Jones, Trupti Magecha, Mollie Saunders
  • Non-Epileptic Attack Disorder (NEAD) & Autism – Advancing understanding for clinicians, patients and carers - Dr Rory Conn and Daisy Main
  • Navigating the New CAP Curriculum and Silver Guide - Dr Suyog Dhakras and Dr Meinou Simmons
  • Launch of the Regional Trauma Network in Northern Ireland - Dr Art O'Malley
  • The “Continue to Choose Psychiatry” campaign - Dr Kate Lovett
  • Creating an organisational culture to support staff health and wellbeing - Dr Ananta Dave
  • How the Royal College of Psychiatrists supports your wellbeing - Dr Mihaela Bucur
  • Eating disorders - Dr Dasha Nicholls
  • Neurodevelopmental disorders - Dr Marinos Kyriakopoulos
  • Innovations in managing acute presentations - Professor Prathiba Chitsabesan

Day Two

  • Diagnosing personality disorders in CAMHS - Professor Peter Fonagy
  • Faculty position paper on personality disorders in CAMHS - Dr David Kingsley
  • Discussion by young people expert by experience: Diagnosing personality disorders in CAMHS - Chaired by Marsha McAdams and Dr David Kingsley
  • Managing transition to adult mental health - Dr Helen Bruce
  • Early intervention in psychiatry - Gonzalo Salazar de Pablo
  • ICD-11 - Elena Garralda
  • Brain and Mind - Professor Tamsin Ford 
  • Technology Enabled Remote Monitoring in Schools (TERMS): Quality Improvement & Co-Production Approach for Mental Health Multi-Agency Pathways - Gemma Johns, Professor Alka Ahuja and Bethan Whistance
  • EcoCAMHS Top Tips to benefit climate, nature and wellbeing for child and adolescent psychiatrists - Dr Kathryn Speedy, Dr Catriona Mellor, Dr Nick Barnes, Dr Alison McCowat, Nathan Randles and Rhiannon Hawkins
  • Exploring the Impact of Social Media on Young Person's Mental Health: Lessons from the Literature & The Psychiatrist's Perspective - Liam Vandewalle, Dr Laxmi Kathuria and Alice Wilson
  • Trainee presentations 

The call for session ideas has now closed and the results will be announced by 1 August 2022.

Submitting authors will be contacted once we have the results.

The call for poster abstracts has now closed and the results will be announced by mid-August 2022.

Submitting authors will be contacted once we have the results.

Please read our terms and conditions before making your booking. 

For further information, please contact:

Email: charles.hale@rcpsych.ac.uk

Contact Name: Charlie Hale

Contact number: 02086184064

Event Location

Location: Online Event