on Tuesday 14 January 2020 at the Park Plaza County Hall Hotel, 1 Addington Street, London SE1 7RY
Discussion forums and cases
After the AM and after the PM lectures, delegates split into two groups and attend each of the two Forums in turn. Each Forum involves detailed and interactive practical discussion and in-depth analysis of specific problematic cases in Paediatric and Child & Adolescent Psychiatric practice, in the clinic or on the wards, relating to the topics addressed in the preceding lectures.
Comments from day one of this event [3 December 2019]
What did you like most about the course?
- Very good content, up to date information and advice, and nice people
- Topical, good range of topics, open discussions
- Access to great professionals, high quality of experience assumed
- Excellent workshops, opportunity to meet other professionals and old friends too
- Very useful to know my limitations aa a paediatrician and identify where psychology/psychiatry are a must.
- Day organisation was very good, workshops and lectures sticking to time
- Very good idea to have a mix of paediatricians and psychiatrists
- Topics discussed are very challenging, the breakaway interactive sessions were a great idea
- This added to my clinical knowledge hence will improve my service delivery
- It will have given me a greater breadth of knowledge and understanding
- Lots of take home message, very positive and practical
- Lots of ideas to take away and develop and share with team
- I have patients with severe anxiety issues and the discussions have thrown light on how to manage it
- This will certainly aid diagnosis and management of difficult cases – immediate impact on my current practice
Full course programme
Course fee includes lunch and refreshments, and attendance CPD certificate.
Standard rate: £295 (inc VAT);
Reduced rate maintained at £250 (inc VAT)
To provide expert opinion on difficult management issues in the treatment of clinical issues in depression and neurodevelopmental disorders, with a clear focus on the clinical challenges and dilemmas faced by front-line children’s clinicians when general guidance is insufficiently specific.
Furthermore, with lectures and discussion forums led by very experienced clinicians, the course aims at providing C&A psychiatrists and paediatricians with senior opinion and guidance on grey areas of clinical practice; these are areas of difficult diagnosis or the management of challenging issues and treatment decisions, the sort of issues and cases that go beyond national guidelines and present real challenges and often leading academic/clinicians with expert experience and know-how can further explore the clinical issues.
Learning outcomes for the series
By the end of the series participants will have
- An in-depth understanding of best practice and how senior experts address these problems in terms of specific instances and cases
- Been able to raise their own queries or uncertainties
- Greater confidence in their own practice when faced with similar clinical dilemmas
- Identified gaps in their own skills or knowledge which can then be addressed
- Had an instructive and engaging educational experience