Masterclasses

Day A: Schizophrenia / Substance Misuse

Date: Wednesday 21st November 2018
Venue: Hallam Conference Centre 44 Hallam Street London, W1W 6JJ
Organised by: Oliver Howes and Anne Lingford-Hughes

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Programme

Wednesday 21 November
08:45–09:10 Registration and coffee
09:10–09:20 Introduction
Professor Oliver Howes (London)
SCHIZOPHRENIA (CO-ORDINATED BY: OLIVER HOWES)
09:20–09:55 Pharmacology of antipsychotics
Professor Oliver Howes (London)
09:55–10:00 Questions
10:00–10:40 Schizophrenia: first episode, acute psychosis, relapse prevention
Dr Richard Drake (Manchester)
10:40–11:00 Coffee
11:00–11:40 Adverse effects of antipsychotic drugs
Dr Maxine Patel (London)
11:40–12:20 Pharmacological strategies for treatment resistant schizophrenia
Professor Thomas Barnes (London)
12:20–13:00 Panel Questions / Discussion
Professor Oliver Howes (London) and Dr Richard Drake (Manchester) and Professor Thomas Barnes (London) and Dr Maxine Patel (London)
13:00–13:50 Lunch
COMORBIDITY WITH SUBSTANCE MISUSE (CO-ORDINATED BY: ANNE LINGFORD-HUGHES)
13:50–14:35 Pharmacology and pharmacological management. What psychiatrists need to know about drugs of abuse: Illicit drugs, prescribed drugs and ‘legal highs’
Dr Lesley Peters (Manchester)
14:35–14:50 Questions
14:50–15:35 Pharmacology and pharmacological management of alcohol dependence
Professor Anne Lingford-Hughes (London)
15:35–15:50 Tea
15:50–16:35 Pharmacological management of comorbidity: Mental illness and substance use
Dr Julia Sinclair (Southampton)
16:35–17:05 Panel Questions / Discussion
Dr Lesley Peters (Manchester) and Professor Anne Lingford-Hughes (London) and Dr Julia Sinclair (Southampton)
17:05–17:10 Sum-up and close

Last edited 28th November 2017

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