The Maudsley Prescribing Guidelines International Conference 2018 

“From Evidence to Practice” 


Monday 17th December, 9:30am – 5:15pm

Attracting delegates from across the globe, the Maudsley Prescribing Guidelines International conference brings you the latest evidence-based research and developments in psychiatry. Coinciding with each edition launch, you will hear expert knowledge and latest research informed by clinical practice from the lead editors of the Guidelines and key contributors, many leaders in their respective fields. Our previous conferences have discussed subject areas from schizophrenia, depression, bipolar disorder to specialist areas such as dementia, ADHD and renal failure.

In July 2012, an inaugural conference “outlining the evidence behind the guidance” was held to celebrate the 11th edition followed by a second conference in September 2014 to launch the 12th edition with the theme “Getting up-to-date: assimilating the latest evidence into practical guidance”. Both conferences were attended by over one hundred delegates from around the world and provided the opportunity to hear written guidelines presented by the contributors and to participate in a question and answer session.


Why attend the Maudsley Prescribing Guidelines International conference?

  • Hear expert knowledge and latest research informed by clinical practice
  • Have the opportunity to meet the lead editors of the Guidelines and contributors, many leaders in their respective fields
  • Non-affiliation providing independent opinions
  • Participate in Q&A sessions
  • Network and build relationships with peers, colleagues, and specialists
  • Transfer knowledge gained into clinical practice and enhance patient care
  • Gain CPD accreditation contributing to professional development and revalidation

Location:

Wolfson Lecture Theatre

IoPPN Main Building

Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience

King’s College London

16 De Crespigny Park, London, SE5 8AF

For directions to the venue Click here


Conference fee:

£245

(Are you a SLaM staff member? Contact the event organiser for the staff discount rate)

Conference fee includes:

  • Copy of 13th edition of Maudsley Prescribing Guidelines*
  • Hot buffet lunch and refreshments
  • Delegate pack
  • E-certificate of attendance (hard copies available on request)

*Please note that your free copy of the 13th edition Maudsley Prescribing Guidelines will be posted to you automatically if payment is received before the 17th November 2018.  However, if you prefer to collect your free copy on the day of the conference, please email the Event Organiser at maudsley-guidelines@kcl.ac.uk  For any payments received after the 17th November 2018, your free copy can be collected on the day.


Payment:

All payments to be received by WEDNESDAY 21ST NOVEMBER 2018

By debit/credit card (VISA/VISA debit/VISA Electron/Mastercard/Maestro)

Registration can be completed via King’s College, London e-store (see link below). Up to 10 delegates can be registered at one time.

By invoice or cheque 
Delegates who wish to pay by this method will need to complete the registration form (see link below). All cheques should be made payable to “King’s College London”.

SLaM employees
Please note, staff discount price is only available through payments via invoice or cheque, contact the Event Organiser via maudsley-guidelines@kcl.ac.uk for discount information.


REGISTRATION

Option 1: Payment by debit/credit card: Click here

Option 2: Payment by invoice or cheque: please download the registration form HERE

Option 3: If you are a SLaM staff member: please download the SLaM staff registration form HERE

please send all completed registration forms to: maudsley-guidelines@kcl.ac.uk

Terms and Conditions


Registration closes Saturday 17th November 2018.
Delegates who wish to attend the conference after the closing date should contact the Event Organiser. This will be subject to the discretion of the Chair and Event Manager

Programme:

The conference will consist of presentations by the actual authors of The Guidelines, outlining the evidence and practical experience behind the guidance.

Our Conference programme is subject to change at any point before or during the conference itself. We are unable to accept responsibility for changes made outside of our control

To view the draft programme Click here