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Why you should attend:

  • The appropriate use of antipsychotics in people with dementia continues to be a national and clinical priority.
  • To hear about, and discuss, the most recent research regarding the efficacy of anti-psychotic medication and the use of non-pharmacological treatments for behavioural and psychological symptoms in dementia.

What you will learn:

  • Information on the best research evidence and a wealth of experience of clinical management.
  • Outcomes from the WHELD study, a multi-centre National Institute for Health Research Programme, focusing on improving well-being and health for people with dementia in care homes.

The RGCP Accredited workshops bring together local GPs, who are engaged in dementia care and working in care homes, to discuss anti-psychotic medication and non-pharmacological treatments, in an interactive and engaging meeting.

Dates and Venues:

Thursday 26th November – Belmont Room, Betty’s Tea Rooms, York
Wednesday 6th January – Reed Hall, University of Exeter, Exeter
Friday 8th January – Littlebury Hotel, Kings End, Bicester
Tuesday 12th January – Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester
Thursday 14th January – Wolfson CARD, KCL, London

All workshops scheduled for 12.30 – 17.00.

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Forthcoming events

Which changes are making a difference? -- Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services in Oxford Health NHS FT

Monday, 30 September 2019, 2.30pm to 5pm @ Seminar Room, Department of Psychiatry, Warneford Hospital, Oxford, OX3 7JX

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) across England have been changing. But which changes, or combination of changes, have been most effective? Which changes gave the best clinical outcomes or proved most cost-effective?