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13th Medical Update for the Psychiatrist

A unique, practical Course with Lectures and Discussion Forums organised by Infomed Research and Training on Wednesday 9 and Thursday 10 May 2018, at the Park Plaza County Hall Hotel, 1 Addington St, London SE1 7RY

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Course fee:

Early bird rates (if booking and paying on or before the extended deadline of Tue 20 Feb 2018)
£495 (inc VAT) for the two days; £315 (inc VAT) daily rate.

Standard rates (if booking and paying after Tue 20 Feb 2018)
£525 (inc VAT) for the two days; £345 (inc VAT) daily rate.

Full course programme

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About the Course:

  • Aimed at Consultants, Registrars and Staff Grades working in Psychiatry
  • A practical focus on the management of difficult medical disorders relevant to Psychiatric practice – what you won’t find in the textbooks
  • Submit or bring your own real grey cases for discussion in the Forums
  • Focuses on day-to-day medical problems that the Psychiatrist needs to deal with
  • Lectures by leading Physicians with a proven track record in the dissemination of medical know-how to front-line Clinicians
  • Discussion Forums for detailed, practical discussion of grey cases in Psychiatric practice, in the clinic or on the wards, involving the medical specialities addressed in the lectures earlier in the day – in depth analysis of real life cases provided by hands-on Psychiatrists

Faculty

  • Dr Giles Elrington, Consultant Neurologist, Barts Health NHS Trust, London
  • Dr Alison Wren, Consultant Endocrinologist, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London
  • Dr Ceri Davies, Consultant Cardiologist, Barts Health NHS Trust
  • Dr Lucy Garvey, Consultant in HIV/GU Medicine, St Mary’s Hospital, London
  • Dr Janet Barter, Consultant in Sexual and Reproductive Health, Barts Health HNS Trust, London
  • Dr Maddalena Miele, Consultant in Perinatal Psychiatry, St Mary’s Hospital, London, and Perinatal Mental Health Clinical Lead, CNWL NHS Foundation Trust
  • Professor Kevin Moore, Professor of Hepatology, University College London and Royal Free Hospital, London
  • Dr Dan Bromage, NIHR Clinical Lecturer and ST in Cardiology, King’s College London
  • Dr Jo Turner, Consultant Psychiatrist, South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust
  • Dr Frankie Connell, Consultant HIV Liaison Psychiatrist, Royal London Hospital
  • Dr Milind Karale, Consultant Psychiatrist and Medical Director, South Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust

The morning lectures

  • Have a clear focus on the newer medications and medications for which new evidence is available
  • examine the pharmacology and psychopharmacology
  • detail indications and management, including:
    • when they are used and how
    • side effects relevant to psychiatric practice
    • interactions with psychiatric medications
    • relevant NICE and other guidelines
  • examine psychiatric medications that impact on the Physician’s practice

Past delegates comments

  • High quality lectures and speakers, good variety of subjects
  • Questions and answers session very useful. Good range of topics
  • Good to reinforce lecturing in afternoon groups
  • Efficiently organised, good to have a relevant group of topics
  • Great Infomed support, very informative course and rightly paced
  • Very efficient time management, course well structured and discussion groups well organised
  • I had been trying to find a course like this for ages – I came after positive colleagues’ feedback
  • A Psychiatrist for 10 years never had a medical update, glad I came!
  • I think all Psychiatrists should attend this Update to refresh medical knowledge.
  • Good chance to interact with medical colleagues. All relevant to my practice Did what was promised, pre-seminar links and lecture material very useful clinical relevance and clarity

Submit your own grey cases for the discussion forums

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