One-Day Essentials is a series of one-day online conferences – broadcast live – providing expert specialist clinical training and essential information. These conferences are recorded live and the sessions will be available for delegates to access freely for six months from the webinar date.
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Join us on Tuesday 12 December 2023 for this year’s One Day Essentials Mental Health conference. This one-day interactive online conference will cover a range of mental health topics designed to support GPs in improving patient care.
This online conference will cover mental health – with a focus on areas identified in CORE20plus5: Severe Mental Illness, Perinatal Mental Health problems and Anxiety and Depression in long term physical health conditions.
There will be evidence-based information tailored to the needs of primary care clinicians, with practical advice and useful resources that you can use to support your patients to improve practice and patient outcomes, and reduce health inequalities.
Experienced and knowledgeable speakers will cover a range of topics and discuss how you can effectively and confidently approach people with mental health problems within your own practice. We will emphasise the importance of clinician wellbeing.
- Bipolar disorder
- Perinatal mental health
- Staying well – practitioner and practice health
- EUPD (Emotionally unstable personality disorder)
To understand how to address:
- Physical health needs of people with mental illness
- The mental health needs of people with long-term conditions
- Bipolar disorder – the role GPs play in being alert to this diagnosis and how primary and specialist care clinicians can work together to manage the patient.
- The importance of practitioner wellbeing and how to stay well. To learn about initiatives that can make practices and populations healthy.
Dr Carolyn Chew-Graham, Professor of General Practice Research, Keele University
AiT rate: £195
Members rate £245
Non-members rate: £288