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Masterclasses

Further Information

Costs

Registration fees: £310.00 per day or register and pay for 3 days for £840.00.

CANCELLATION POLICY
To be entitled to a refund, cancellations must be received 30 days prior to the course date.
We are able to accept a named substitution up to 5 days prior to the course date.
All cancellations will incur a £25 administration charge.

Registering for the BAP Masterclasses allows you to subscribe to the NEW Online CPD Resource at a discounted rate (£60 instead of £120). Find out more about the Online CPD Resource.

Background

The BAP developed the 'Masterclasses in Clinical Psychopharmacology' in response to feedback from previous events. The three stand-alone, one-day events run consecutively twice a year and were first held in 2007. Delegates can register for just a single day, or two or three, depending on their needs and interests. The full three day package is intended to provide a state-of-the-art update in psychopharmacology for clinicians particularly, though not exclusively, those working with adults. Days are broken down into sections focused around disease areas. These generally begin with a review of the basic pharmacology of the relevant drugs before dealing in detail with their clinical use. This includes discussions around relevant BAP and NICE guidelines. Significant amounts of time in the programme are set aside to provide delegates with an opportunity for questions and discussion with the speakers. The BAP Masterclasses in Psychopharmacology are particularly relevant for any consultant or staff grade psychiatrist wishing to undertake CPD in psychopharmacology. However they are also appropriate for other non-consultant grade psychiatrist and trainees, both prior to and post Membership exams. Pharmacists, GPs with a special interest in psychiatry and other non-medical prescribers may also find the meetings of great value, if they have a good basic understanding of the use of psychotropic medication (if in doubt seek advice). Attendance is limited to 70 to maximise interaction between attendees and presenters, and meetings are usually over-subscribed.

Each day is accredited with 5 CPD hours which are subject to peer group review.

PLEASE NOTE THAT EACH DAY YOU WILL BE PROVIDED WITH A LARGE RING-BINDER CONTAINING COMPREHENSIVE COURSE NOTES, DIAGRAMS AND READING LISTS.

The Masterclasses are entirely independent of pharmaceutical industry involvement.

Any queries relating to the BAP Masterclasses please contact Lynne Harmer, telephone number 01223 358 421

Feedback from November 2013 Masterclasses

"An excellent course (I did all 3 days). Good value for money and Iíll be recommending it to my fellow SpRís!"

"An excellent course. All speakers over the 3 days gave very high quality presentations. Very helpful CPD"

"A well-organised seminar course. Highly recommended"

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Forthcoming Masterclasses

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Day A: Schizophrenia / Substance Misuse Masterclass
22nd April 2015 at Hallam Conference Centre, 44 Hallam Street, London, W1W 6JJ
Day B: Bipolar / Perinatal / ADHD Masterclass
23rd April 2015 at Hallam Conference Centre, 44 Hallam Street, London, W1W 6JJ
Day C: Depression / Anxiety / Sleep Masterclass
24th April 2015 at Hallam Conference Centre, 44 Hallam Street, London, W1W 6JJ
Day A: Schizophrenia / Substance Misuse Masterclass
25th November 2015 at Hallam Conference Centre, 44 Hallam Street, London, W1W 6JJ
Day B: Bipolar / Perinatal / ADHD Masterclass
26th November 2015 at Hallam Conference Centre, 44 Hallam Street, London, W1W 6JJ
Day C: Depression / Anxiety / Sleep Masterclass
27th November 2015 at Hallam Conference Centre, 44 Hallam Street, London, W1W 6JJ

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