Masterclasses

Day C: Depression / Anxiety / Sleep

Date: Friday 23rd November 2018
Venue: Hallam Conference Centre 44 Hallam Street London, W1W 6JJ
Booking Status: FULLY BOOKED

Programme

Friday 23 November
08:45–09:10 Registration and coffee
09:10–09:20 Introduction
Professor Hamish McAllister-Williams (Newcastle)
DEPRESSION (CO-ORDINATED BY: SASHA GARTSIDE)
09:20–10:05 Pharmacology of antidepressants
Dr Sasha Gartside (Newcastle)
10:05–10:10 Questions
10:10–10:55 Clinical use of antidepressants
Dr Peter Talbot (Manchester)
10:55–11:15 Coffee
11:15–12:00 Next step treatments for depression
Professor Hamish McAllister-Williams (Newcastle)
12:00–12:30 Panel Questions / Discussion
Dr Sasha Gartside and Dr Peter Talbot and Professor Hamish McAllister-Williams
12:30–13:15 Lunch
ANXIETY DISORDERS (CO-ORDINATED BY: DAVID BALDWIN)
13:15–13:45 Pharmacology of anxiolytics and how it relates to neurobiology of anxiety
Professor John Atack (Brighton)
13:45–13:50 Questions
13:50–14:30 Summary of the revised BAP guidelines for treating patients with anxiety disorders
Professor David Baldwin (Southampton)
14:30–15:10 Clinical art of prescribing in anxiety disorders and obsessive compulsive disorders
Professor Naomi Fineberg (Hertfordshire)
15:10–15:30 Panel Questions / Discussion
Professor John Atack and Professor David Baldwin and Professor Naomi Fineberg
15:30–15:50 Tea
SLEEP (CO-ORDINATED BY: SUE WILSON)
15:50–16:20 Underlying physiology and pharmacology of sleep
Dr Sue Wilson (London)
16:20–16:50 Prescribing for Sleep Disorders
Dr Hugh Selsick (London)
16:50–17:10 Panel Questions / Discussion
Dr Sue Wilson and Dr Hugh Selsick
17:10–17:15 Sum-up and close

Last edited 20th September 2018

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