Clinical Certificate

Anxiety Disorders

Date: Thursday 26th January 2017 – Friday 27th January 2017
Venue: The Bristol Hotel, Prince Street, Bristol, BS1 4QF
Accommodation: The Bristol Hotel, Prince Street, Bristol , BS1 4QF
(accommodation is chargeable separately when you complete the online booking form)
Organised by: David Nutt and John Potokar
Booking Status: FULLY BOOKED

Programme

Last edited 10th May 2017

Learning Objectives

At the end of one and a half day course, delegates will:

  • Be aware of current theories and the causes and neurochemistry of anxiety.
  • Know the pharmacology of both GABA and 5-HT acting anxiolytic drugs.
  • Have an understanding of the current clinical assessment of the various anxiety disorders.
  • Be aware of the merits and demerits of the various different classes of anxiolytic agents.
  • Understand the ongoing methodologies for investigating brain mechanisms of anxiety.
  • Know the clinical and pharmacology background of underpinning rational use of hypnotics.
  • Have an insight into the way alcohol acts on the brain and how these effects can be minimised.

Online registration facilities will NOT be available for this meeting.

Email: susan@bap.org.uk

This module is eligble for 10 CPD hours which are subject to peer group review.

Feedback from 2016 Module

"Very informative. I learnt about evidence base behind the guidelines and the rationale for not following them blindly"

"Excellent course – very informative with good handouts. Good time to ask questions and very friendly speakers"

"Excellent content and clinically relevant. The organisation was fantastic and it was a great choice of hotel"

"Excellent! Would highly recommend, thank you"