Event

Dementia MasterClass 7


20 Oct 2022 - 21 Oct 2022

This residential MasterClass, entitled “Practical dementia diagnosis and care”, is for secondary care clinicians, including nurses, old age psychiatry consultants and registrars.

Module 2: April/May 2023 (dates to be confirmed)

Location

Halifax Hall, Sheffield University Campus
Endcliffe Vale Road
Sheffield
S10 3ER

Practical dementia diagnosis and care

This programme follows a life-course of dementia, starting with assessment then looking at management. It has a strongly clinical focus with practically- applicable clinical tools which can make a difference to daily practice and give real understanding to the many different biomarkers which have come on hugely in the past few years.

Previous courses were psychosocially motivated and included legislation, advocacy, nursing, and supporting carers and the new programme is a reflection of the audience, their learning needs, and the changing clinical landscape in dementia prevention, diagnosis and management.

Who is this course for?

This residential MasterClass, entitled “Practical dementia diagnosis and care”, is for primary and secondary care clinicians, including nurses, GPwERs, geriatricians, old age psychiatry consultants and registrars. The course aims to provide a structured training programme for clinicians who seek formal training in both the clinical and managerial aspects of running a ‘dementia service’. The training course will cover topics including:

  • Practical neuroimaging for dementia
  • Less common forms of dementia
  • Practical dementia assessment
  • Primary care aspects
  • The acute setting – including delirium assessment
  • Psychiatric and behavioural disturbances
  • Cognitive impairment
  • Workshops around: driving and legal aspects, carer support, community support, OT assessment

→ How delegates found a previous course

Programme - draft

Please note this programme is subject to change. Last updated 12/05/2022

Costs and accommodation:

The course will cost £650 (including VAT) which includes all meeting materials, subsistence and accommodation on the night of the 20th October. Delegates are responsible for their own travel costs.

Please be aware that the MasterClass starts at 9:00 in Sheffield. If you’re making a long trip to the course, we can book a room for you for the night before, to make sure you are rested prior to the MasterClass. We can offer you a rate of £65 per night (incl. breakfast) at the course venue Halifax Hall hotel*. Please let us know if you require accommodation when you apply for the course.

The additional cost will be added to your course invoice, once your place is confirmed and we will book a room for you.

*More information about our accommodation options

Places are confirmed on a first come basis following receipt of the completed application form. A pre-course needs assessment will need to be completed to ensure the course is adapted for each individual’s needs. This will be sent to you upon confirmation.

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