Member Education E-Sessions
The RANZCP was pleased to present a series of nine Member Education E-Sessions, to provide accessible and relevant continuing education during 2020 as an added benefit of College membership.
Spanning a broad range of practice areas, the series has been designed to support members’ continuing professional development and features select presentations drawn from the 2020 Congress program. Additional learning activities are included to supplement individual presentations and provide added CPD value.
Access to the Member Education E-Sessions is free for all RANZCP members via the links below.
For further information, please email email@example.com.
Individual session times will be provided as they become available.
Tuesday 2 June 2020 | 6 pm AEST
Obsessive compulsive and related disorders
OCD — mechanisms and management
Iain Perkes, Vlasios Brakoulias, John Lam-Po-Tang, Leonardo F Fontanelle
Thursday 11 June 2020 | 6 pm AEST
Eating disorders in the 21st century: “the times they are a-changin”
Thursday 18 June 2020 | 12pm AEST
Youth mental health
Why is Phillip such a fidget and Johnny an air head?: recognising and managing ADHD in a mental health setting
Tuesday 30 June 2020 | released directly to on-demand viewing (no live broadcast)
Old age psychiatry clinical update
Update from the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety
Wednesday 1 July 2020 | 6 pm AEST
Re-appraising the role of rehabilitation in psychiatry: contemporary evidence, practice and policy
Wednesday 8 July 2020 | 6 pm AEST
Emerging treatments clinical update
Cannabis-based medicines as novel interventions for psychiatric disorders
Friday 24 July 2020 | 11 am AEST
Family violence, entrapment, trauma and mental health: critical issues for psychiatric practice
Manjula O’Connor, Carole Warshaw
Wednesday 29 July 2020 | 6 pm AEST
Intellectual and developmental disability psychiatry
Autism in clinical practice
Paula McLorinan, Katie Brooker, Cathy Franklin, James McAuliffe
Friday 7 August 2020 | Released directly to on-demand viewing (no live broadcast)
Thinking differently: re-framing family violence responsiveness in the mental health and addictions health care context