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Protected: Slam Dunk: Skills training for Psychiatry trainees returning to work

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Course information

Upcoming Date: 27/01/2021
Upcoming Time: 09:45 - 17:00
Length: 1 Day
Cost: Free

About the course

Psychiatry trainees returning to work

PLEASE NOTE:  THIS COURSE IS FOR PSYCHIATRY TRAINEES RETURNING TO CLINICAL PRACTICE IN LONDON, KENT, SURREY OR SUSSEX ONLY.

This one-day online course aims to support psychiatry trainees (core or higher) to return to clinical practice after an absence. All Psychiatry trainees that are returning to clinical practice in London, Kent, Surrey and Sussex are welcome.

The morning session will focus on clinical updates, mental health legislation and pharmacology updates, with reference to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. The afternoon session will give you an opportunity to join our new innovative virtual simulation training. This will involve simulated patient scenarios and reflective learning discussions facilitated by our trainers, who are current psychiatry higher trainees in SLAM. The scenarios will address assessment, management and collaborative working with service users throughout a patient journey in various settings.

 

 

 

 

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Learning Objectives

What you will learn from taking this course:

  • Develop knowledge on current approaches to psychopharmacology, treatments and mental health legislation, including in the context of the Covid-19 pandemi
  • Enhance core clinical skills for psychiatric practice
  • Improve confidence in taking on a clinical role as a psychiatry trainee
  • Increase understanding of approaches to self-care and wellbeing

Course Information

Target audience

CT1-3 – psychiatry, ST4-7 – psychiatry

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Date
Length & Time
This course will be taking place online.
27/01/2021
1 day

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