Pharmacological Treatment of Adults with ADHD, One Day Course 2019
Dates available: 5th July, 4th October, and 8th October.
The workshop will provide training in pharmacological treatments for ADHD. Following the course participants should be able to initiate and optimise treatments for ADHD.
This day course is part of a recommended two-day event.
You can read more about the related "Diagnosis and Assessment" course here. Payment can be made for either course date (£375 each), or for both (£660)
Who should attend?
This workshop is aimed at professionals working within adult mental health and specialist services such as forensic and addiction psychiatry. This is relevant to psychiatrists at all stages of training but also other members of the mental health team (including GP's) who are involved in evaluating treatment outcomes and prescribing medication.
Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience - Ortus Building
De Crespigny Park
For further information on where to find the centre please see here.
What drugs can be used to treat ADHD
Side effects, adverse effects and drug interactions
Initiation and tittration of drug treatments to provide optimal control of ADHD symptoms
Recognising and monitoring the symptom response and long term outcomes
Psychoeducation related to the pharmacological treatment of ADHD in adults.
A combination of presentations, Interactive training, group work and discussion.
The course content has been independently certified as conforming to accepted CPD guidelines. Delegates must register at the start and close of each workshop to be awarded a certificate of attendance.