Managing Difficult Situations and Mastering Communication Skills in Clinical Practice

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This half-day course will enable those who face complex situations in their clinical practice to develop and consolidate the communication skills required to manage such situations. It will prove particularly relevant for those who are working within the speciality of Psychiatry, but it is also intended for medical and non-medical professionals outside the field who are often confronted with such issues.

The course will provide an insight into the following areas:

  • Understanding self-harm
  • Capacity and consent
  • Working with personality disorders
  • Managing difficult relationships with patients 

This course is suitable for:

  • Core Trainees in Psychiatry
  • Speciality Trainees in Psychiatry
  • Speciality Doctors in Psychiatry
  • General Practitioners
  • A&E Doctors
  • Medical professionals with an interest in managing challenging situations and assessing psychiatry problems
  • Non-medical professionals with an interest in managing challenging situations and assessing psychiatry problems

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24 Mar 2019 Undergraduate Education Centre, Manchester Royal I Book now

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