Lewy Body Bitesize
Brand new to Lewy body dementia? Our Bitesize course of short talks from LBD experts will equip you with a solid grounding in one of the most common forms of dementia, as well as the confidence to appropriately support those living with it.
Fully virtual course
Our Lewy Body Bitesize is intended for anyone looking to develop a basic understanding of Lewy body dementia: what it looks like and how to diagnose it, effective management across different types of symptoms, and future treatment opportunities.
A collection of short talks spanning six to 15 minutes, the sessions can be watched all together or dipped in and out of, according to personal preference and interest.
Perfect for anyone working in neurology, medicine for the elderly or old age psychiatry, the course is also useful for therapists, those in nursing roles in hospital or the community, and could provide helpful baseline knowledge for those in general practice.
Programme - last updated 30/01/2023
Cost of the course
This is a free course for NHS healthcare professionals practising in the UK. To reserve your space, you will need an account on our website.
The course will cost £15 (incl. VAT) for international healthcare professionals. Please complete the registration process online to apply. Once your place on the course is confirmed we will send you an invoice via email.
How to get access
This course is available on demand. Please click on the 'Login / register' button to request access. If you don't already have an account, don't worry – follow the prompts for 'create an account' and we'll set you up.
We will manually check your registration and hope to get you access as soon as possible, but please bear with us while we process your account. You will be notified via email once the course has been approved on your profile dashboard.
This course, and any resources will be accessible for a full year, so if you don't manage to watch it straight away, there's plenty of time – and if you need to watch it in sections, that's an option too.
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SpeakersDr Joseph Kane
Academic clinical lecturer, Queen’s University Belfast Prof Iracema Leroi
Professor of geriatric psychiatry, Trinity College Dublin & Faculty, GBHI Caoimhe Tyndall
PhD student, Irish Research Council Prof Bernadette McGuinness
Professor of geriatric medicine and consultant geriatrician, Queen’s University Belfast, Belfast Health & Social Trust Prof Suzanne Reeves
Clinical Senior Lecturer in Old Age Psychiatry, University College London Liam Kennedy
Senior Registrar, Old Age Psychiatry, St. Vincent's University Hospital, Dublin