Mental Health Care in the Community

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Date(s) - 30 Apr 2018 - 02 May 2018
All Day

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Monday 30th April – Wednesday 2nd May 2018
Primary Care Clinical Sciences, University of Birmingham

MSc accredited module worth 10 / 20 credits; or 3 individual CPD days

Course overview
This course is suitable for healthcare professionals who have an interest in developing an enhanced understanding of mental health care in the community.

This course will focus on issues directly relevant to mental health in primary care clinical practice. This course will use a bio-psychosocial framework to enable students to develop knowledge and skills in evidence-based interventions, mental health diagnosis, assessment and screening, pharmacology and psychological treatment interventions (including cognitive-behavioural approaches), collaborative case management and community engagement and community engagement.

Day 1: Mental Health in Older Patients
Day 2: Mental Health in Younger Patients
Day 3: Managing Uncertainty in Mental Health

Please see the PDF (linked below) for more programme details

Faculty includes:
Professor Rich Withnall and other specialists in the field

To register for this course please complete the MSc Mental Health 2018 registration form (at the bottom) and return with remittance to:
Amy Partleton
Room WG43a, Medical School, University of Birmingham, B15 2TT

Accredited course fee: £500 (10 credits) or £600 (20 credits). Course is available as individual CPD days at a cost of £150 per day. Cheques are payable to ‘University of Birmingham’. Detailed information will be sent to you with acknowledgement of booking.