Social Media and the Mental Health of Young People – Webinar with West Midlands Division

18Jan

Online Webinar

Timings 14:30 - 16:00
Location Online via Zoom
CPD Up to 2 hours of CPD subject to peer approval
Non Member rate£31.80
Member Consultant rate£21.20
Higher Trainee / SAS Doctor rate£15.90
Core Trainees, Foundation Doctor & Medical Student rate£10.60
Subsidised / Retired rate£10.60
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Social Media and the Mental Health of Young People – Webinar with West Midlands Division

Event Information

We are delighted to announce the Dr Jane Morris will be speaking at this online event.

Dr Jane Morris - Social media and the mental health of young people 

An exploration how young people’s mental health is affected by their participation in social media. 

Dr Jane Morris is current Vice Chair of the Royal College of Psychiatrists in Scotland.  She has worked in various cities and regions of that country both in CAMHS and in a variety of Adult specialities, with a particular focus on younger adults.  She has edited and co-written textbooks on eating disorders, and published papers and book chapters on psychological therapies.  She has just completed a single-author textbook on Mental Health in UK universities.

 

Please kindly note, the event will be recorded, and the recording made available within two weeks of the event.

We would encourage those who register to attend on the day of the event, should they wish to ask questions to our speakers.

The recording will be sent out to delegates via email to the email address used at the time of registering. If you are unsure whether your email address is up to date, please update this via your membership account. 

If you’d like to submit any questions for our speaker prior to the event, please send them to michael.jamieson@rcpsych.ac.uk

Please read the event terms and conditions before you book.

For further information, please contact:

Email: michael.jamieson@rcpsych.ac.uk

Contact Name: Michael Jamieson

Event Location

Location: Online via Zoom
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