Book Events

Essentials: Females & Understanding Masking in Autism

Learn about the differences between the male and female presentation, how they can be misread and the tools that are used to blend in with their surroundings. Support to encourage less masking is also included

Epilepsy: A Clinical Update

Epilepsy is a chronic neurologic disorder that affects about 80 million people worldwide. Although most people with epilepsy respond well to pharmacologic treatments, about one-third have a drug resistant form. There is high variability in epilepsy, and correct diagnosis and treatment are fundamental to improve health outcomes.

Essentials: Eating Disorders in Early Years

Problem eating behaviours ranging from emotional undereating, overeating and binge eating have their roots in early life where eating patterns are established.

Masterclass: Advances in Prescribing: General Adult Psychiatry

The course aims to cover the most recent updates on prescribing psychotropics in general adult psychiatry focusing both on common and complex mental health conditions. Novel psychopharmacological treatments, prescribing guidance, supporting evidence and literature updates will be discussed in the session.

Masterclass: Managing Addiction & Treatments (Drug and Alcohol)

The purpose of the talk is to update the attendees on addictions assessment and management.

Approved Clinician Induction

to 23 May 2023

Presented by the Andrew Sims Centre’s established Mental Health Law multi-professional training team.

Essentials: Psychological Approaches to Chronic Pain

The workshop will summarise key basic science on chronic pain and will look at the role of psychological approaches, the goal of treatment, and how to engage the patient.

Section 12 Refresher

Presented by the Andrew Sims Centre’s established Mental Health Law multi-professional training team.

Bullying and Mental Health: The Effect of Childhood Bullying Experiences and the Long-Term Impact on Mental Health

This workshop will cover what constitutes bullying and cyberbullying, based on the latest research. Will examine and discuss the factors that play a role into victimisation, both at school and online.