Working with Transgender Patients

04Feb

Working with Transgender Patients

Timings 09:30am - 12:30pm
Location Online Event
CPD 3 CPD points subject to peer group approval
Consultants£20
Non-Member£30
Higher Trainees & SAS Doctors£15
Core Trainees & FY Doctors£10
Retired Members£15
Bookings Closed
Working with Transgender Patients

Event Information

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Dr Elinor Hynes – Consultant Psychiatrist, Cirencester Recovery Team, RCPsych Rainbow SIG
  • Jay Neville – Indigo Gender Service Counsellor
  • Dr Susan Rooney – Sandyford Sexual Health Service and NHS GGC Gender Service
  • Dr Sarah Kennedy – Liaison psychiatrist specialising in gender dysphoria (transgender)
  • Vic Valentine – Manager, Scottish Trans
  • Julian Holt
  • James Cuddihy – Medical Secretary, Maternity and Neonatal Psychological Interventions Team

A full programme and speaker bio's are available here

Please read our terms and conditions before booking.

This event will be recorded and available to watch on demand for one month after the event.

Recording will be available to registered attendees.

Limited places are available. Those who are interested can email northwest@rcpsych.ac.uk.

Those who register for this event will receive a special discount code to one year’s CPD E-learning subscription.

CPD eLearning is the online resource for mental health professionals, offering around 200 learning modules and 150 podcasts. Currently, members of the Royal College of Psychiatrists can use CPD eLearning to complete all of their annual CPD requirements. Further information on how to access this will be provided post-event. 

For further learning on the care of transgender patients, please see the available podcasts here.

Bookings are now closed for this event.

For further information, please contact:

Email: northwest@rcpsych.ac.uk

Contact Name: North West Division

Twitter: @rcpsychNW

Contact number: 0208 618 4196

Event Location

Location: Online Event
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