14 December 2017

9.30am – 4.30pm (Registration from 9am)

York Principal Hotel (Next door to the Railway Station)


If you are a GP across the TEWV area, join us for a FREE interactive learning experience, which will include a range of recovery focussed workshops covering a wide range of mental health and learning disabilities topics, including:

  • eating disorders
  • bipolar disorder
  • psychosis
  • dual diagnosis
  • ADHD
  • autism spectrum disorders
  • delirium
  • sleep disorders
  • Young people and depression
  • personality disorder
  • risk assessment and prescribing
  • learning disabilities

Programme of Events

08.45 – 09.30        REGISTRATION & REFRESHMENTS

09.30 – 09.45        Opening comments        

Dr Jane Leigh. GP strategic advisor, TEWV.

09.45 – 10.30        Keynote: Collaborative working to reduce health inequalities for those with learning disabilities       

Dr Jenni Lawrence. GP, Scarborough Medical Group   

Lynne Taylor. strategic health facilitator, TEWV.


10.30 – 11.00        REFRESHMENTS


11.00 – 12.30        WORKSHOP 1

1        Understanding Personality Disorders relationally

Jane Bradley and Dr Lindsay Jones

2        Bipolar Disorder for GPs          

Dr Baxi Sinha

3.1       Eating Disorders for GPs 1

3.2       Eating Disorders for GPs 2

Tracy Storey and Jason Newstead

4       Understanding and managing trauma for GPs

Dr Rachael Hall


12.30 – 13.30        LUNCH


13.30 – 14.45        WORKSHOP 2

5        Dual Diagnosis for GPs 

Dr Wolfgang Kuster

6        ADHD in Adults for GPs

Maria Mazfari, Lesley Campbell and Tina Profitt

7.1       Assessment and Management of common Sleep Problems                     

Dr Miriam Isaac

7.2       Article:  Evidence Based Treatment of common Sleep Problems

Dr Miriam Isaac

8       Mental and physical health in adult autism

Dr Conor Davidson


14.45 – 15.15        REFRESHMENTS


15.15 – 16.30        WORKSHOP 3

9        Delirium – what a GP needs to know          

Dr Mani Krishnan and Dr Eleni Fixter

10        When is ‘Naughty’ a disorder? A GP’s guide to behavioural problems in children

Dr Anthea Prosser, Dr Clare Fenton and Kay Temple

11       Psychosis – what a GP needs to know

Valentina Short


16.30 – 16.45        Closing Comments                                                            

Dr Jane Leigh        GP strategic advisor, TEWV


Open a copy of the agenda here


For further details and to book visit https://tewv-gp-epic2.eventbrite.co.uk or email tmetcalfe@nhs.net.


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