This event was run in partnership with Devon Partnership NHS Trust.
Room 3.06 South Cloister’s, St Luke's Campus, Exeter, EX1 2LU
Exeter Advanced Course in Liaison Psychiatry
This intensive, five-day course on advanced aspects of Liaison Psychiatry has run for more than 20 years. Previously in Manchester under the leadership of Professor Else Guthrie, the course moved to Exeter in 2017 but kept its highly successful format and many of the same speakers.
The Exeter Advanced Course in Liaison Psychiatry 2018 took place on 11th - 15th June.
About the course
The course is suitable for all members of the multidisciplinary team, including Consultants, Senior Trainees in Psychiatry, nurses etc, working, or aspiring to work, in the field of Liaison Psychiatry. Emphasis was placed upon small group teaching and workshops. It is a very popular course with a national and international reputation.
Examples of topics previously covered include:
- Developing an integrated Psychological Medicine Service Medically Unexplained Symptoms
- The Emergency Room
- Psychological Reactions to Physical Illness
- Deliberate Self-Harm
- Perinatal Psychiatry
- Neuropsychiatry Psychopharmacology
- Psychiatric issues relating to cancer and alcohol
Delegates attending this course from overseas are able to do so using a standard visitor visa, which allows the holder to attend a short training program while they are in the UK. Nationals of certain countries can get this visa on entry to the UK, others will need to apply for this visa before leaving the UK. For further guidance please check if you are a national of a country listed in appendix 2. It is the delegate’s responsibility to ensure that they obtain a visa which enables them to participate in the programme.
Should you require a letter to assist with your travel we will be happy to provide this upon receipt of payment and this will state you have paid the registration fees and have been offered a place on the programme, and will include the name and duration of the course.
For further details, email Wendy Cowell or telephone 01392 726013.