Liaison Psychiatry Summer School

Course information
Date
Level
Intermediate
Locations
This course will be taking place online
Length and time
5 days
Cost
£699.00
Course information
Date
Level
Intermediate
Locations
This course will be taking place online
Length and time
5 days
Cost
£699.00
About the course

This five-day course on liaison psychiatry explores this exciting field of mental healthcare working at the frontline of general hospital and community medicine. It uses group work, clinical case discussion, interactive exercises, and a full day of high-fidelity simulation.

The integration of mental with physical healthcare is a high priority in the modern NHS. Whether it’s providing 24-hour crisis care in the emergency department or managing complex cases on the wards, liaison psychiatrists and psychiatric liaison nurses fascinating and challenging clinical scenarios at the intersection of mental and physical medicine.

As well as providing direct clinical care, liaison staff may be involved in complex legal and ethical decision-making, advocating for patients’ holistic care, and co-learning with medical and surgical colleagues. This makes liaison psychiatry one of the most interesting and rewarding fields of mental health.

Each topic will be taught by an expert clinician from South London and Maudsley (SLaM), King’s College, and St Thomas’ Hospitals so that you get the most up-to-date and evidence-based information from each speciality.

The course aims to provide a stimulating learning experience from beginning to end, giving you the opportunity to put new-found knowledge and skills into practice.

 

Course programme

The Maudsley Learning Liaison Psychiatry Summer School will cover the following topics:

  • Co-working in the emergency department
  • Advanced risk assessment (suicide and self-harm)
  • Psychotherapeutic skills in the emergency department
  • Neuropsychiatry, functional disorders, and medically unexplained symptoms
  • Mental capacity and the law in liaison settings
  • Substance misuse in liaison settings and dual diagnosis
  • Novel psychoactive substances and chemsex
  • Psychopharmacology in the medically ill
  • Child and adolescent liaison
  • Old age liaison
  • Perinatal psychiatry.
Learning objectives
Describe the role of liaison psychiatry in general hospital settings Discuss the complex interaction of physical and mental health Assess patients presenting with a range of common general and subspecialist liaison psychiatry presentations
Discuss the role of liaison subspecialties Use advanced skills to assess and manage risk in the emergency department  

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Course schedule

Target audience
Assistant psychologist, Clinical psychologist, Consultant – non-psychiatry any, CT1-3 – non-psychiatry any, CT1-3 – psychiatry, FY1, FY2, FY3, GP, GPVTS, Midwife, Nurses, Psychology student, RGN, RMN, ST4-7 – non-psychiatry any, ST4-7 – psychiatry
Locations
Upcoming date
Length and time
This course will be taking place online
27/06/2022 09:00-17:00
8 hours
Locations
Upcoming date
Length and time
This course will be taking place online
28/06/2022 09:00-17:00
8 hours
Locations
Upcoming date
Length and time
This course will be taking place online
29/06/2022 09:00-17:00
8 hours
Locations
Upcoming date
Length and time
This course will be taking place online
30/06/2022 09:00-17:00
8 hours
Locations
Upcoming date
Length and time
This course will be taking place online
01/07/2022 09:00-17:00
8 hours
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