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The Management and Treatment of Personality Disorder: Evidence Updates

The Management and Treatment of Personality Disorder: Evidence Updates 6th June 2013  Venue: Congress Centre London

The Management and Treatment of Personality Disorder: Evidence Updates


Conference theme

This conference will help healthcare and other professionals to maximize their treatment impact by learning about the current evidence-based best practices for working with people with personality disorder. Through presentations by and discussions with experts in the field, delegates will gain a greater understanding of the issues relevant to the management and treatment of this client group.

The conference format offers opportunities for delegates to ask questions about issues important to them, and those attending should come prepared to raise points for open discussion. The intended outcome of this event is that delegates will be better informed about personality disorder and so will be able to design and deliver interventions that are of maximum benefit for service users.

The conference will highlight the following:

  • The health burden of personality disorder
  • What works with personality disorder
  • Pharmacotherapy with personality disorder
  • Service user led initiatives
  • Competencies for working with people with personality disorder
  • Perspectives from service users
  • The therapeutic value of creative approaches in treatment
  • Integrated treatment

 

Chaired by:

Professor Mary McMurran 
University of Nottingham

Opening address by Chair


Speakers & topics:

Dr Paul Moran 
Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London

Why treat: The health burden of PD (prevalence and costs)

Professor Kate Davidson 
University of Glasgow

Evidence-based interventions: What works with PD?

Dr Birgit Völlm 
University of Nottingham

Pharmacotherapy with personality disorder

Professor Peter Tyrer 
Imperial College London

Directions in diagnosis

Professor Tony Roth 
Joint Course Director, Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, University College, London

Competencies for working with people with personality disorder

Miss Kath Lovell 
Managing Director, Emergence, London

Competencies for working with people with personality disorder

Professor Conor Duggan 
University of Nottingham & Partnerships in Care

Treatment of Personality Disorder: Some unanswered questions from the coal face

 

 

The Management and Treatment of Personality Disorder: Evidence Updates


Conference theme

This conference will help healthcare and other professionals to maximize their treatment impact by learning about the current evidence-based best practices for working with people with personality disorder. Through presentations by and discussions with experts in the field, delegates will gain a greater understanding of the issues relevant to the management and treatment of this client group.

The conference format offers opportunities for delegates to ask questions about issues important to them, and those attending should come prepared to raise points for open discussion. The intended outcome of this event is that delegates will be better informed about personality disorder and so will be able to design and deliver interventions that are of maximum benefit for service users.

The conference will highlight the following:

  • The health burden of personality disorder
  • What works with personality disorder
  • Pharmacotherapy with personality disorder
  • Service user led initiatives
  • Competencies for working with people with personality disorder
  • Perspectives from service users
  • The therapeutic value of creative approaches in treatment
  • Integrated treatment

 

Chaired by:

Professor Mary McMurran 
University of Nottingham

Opening address by Chair


Speakers & topics:

Dr Paul Moran 
Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London

Why treat: The health burden of PD (prevalence and costs)

Professor Kate Davidson 
University of Glasgow

Evidence-based interventions: What works with PD?

Dr Birgit Völlm 
University of Nottingham

Pharmacotherapy with personality disorder

Professor Peter Tyrer 
Imperial College London

Directions in diagnosis

Professor Tony Roth 
Joint Course Director, Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, University College, London

Competencies for working with people with personality disorder

Miss Kath Lovell 
Managing Director, Emergence, London

Competencies for working with people with personality disorder

Professor Conor Duggan 
University of Nottingham & Partnerships in Care

Treatment of Personality Disorder: Some unanswered questions from the coal face

 

 

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