Faculty of Liaison Psychiatry Trainees, New Consultants, Nurses & Allied Health Professionals Annual Conference 2022
Booking has now closed
|CPD||1 point per hour of educational activity, subject to peer group approval|
|Allied health professionals fee||£55|
|Consultant/Regular Member Fee||£75|
|Higher Trainee/SAS fee||£55|
|Core Trainee/Foundation Year Doctor/Medical Student||£35|
Rates for Foundation Year Doctors and Medical Students
- If you are a 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 fee to apply.
Volunteer to plan the next conference
I am the current Chair of the TNCNAHP subcommittee of the RCPsych Liaison Faculty. The subcommittee’s main role is organising this conference year on year, providing a link into Faculty business for interested trainees, newly appointed consultants, nurses and AHPs and representing the voices of these groups in the Liaison Faculty executive committee. We are ably supported in the latter roles by nursing and psychology representatives who sit on the executive committee in their own right.
The subcommittee has two key posts (Chair and Secretary) whose holders are co-opted to the executive committee and are invited to attend the Faculty meetings 3 times per year. These post-holders will gain a valuable insight into national drivers, aims and stakeholders in liaison psychiatry, the workings of RCPsych college machinery, and will get to know the ‘superstars’ of liaison psychiatry in the UK. Each year a new Secretary is appointed, with last year’s Secretary moving into the Chair role, allowing post-holders 2 years to have this wonderful experience. During the time on the committee you get a lot of practical experience about how the college works and meet many inspiring clinicians.
Unfortunately, I am coming to the end of my 2 years on the subcommittee, and we are now looking for an enthusiastic volunteer who would like to join the subcommittee as TNCNAHP Secretary, and support in organising the TNCNAHP Liaison conferences over the next two years.
The post holder can be a psychiatry trainee (of any grade) with an interest in pursuing liaison psychiatry as a career, or a new consultant psychiatrist working in liaison, or nurse or AHP who is currently working in a liaison psychiatry team in the UK.
If you would be interested in this I would encourage you to put your name forward to Catherine Ayres ( Catherine.firstname.lastname@example.org), telling us a bit about yourself and why you would like to take on this role (maximum 300 words).
If there is more than one volunteer, then we will hold a poll during the online conference and ask you to talk to the audience for 2 minutes giving them this information!
If you are interested in supporting the subcommittee with organising the conference without taking on the role of secretary, we would also love to hear from you.
Dr Maytal Wolfe
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Contact Name: Charlie Hale
Contact number: 02086184064