NCHD Conference 2021

NCHD Conference 2021

We are pleased to announce that this year’s NCHD Conference will take place on Friday, 26th February 2021 via Zoom Webinar.

Psychiatry – Beyond the Basics

 

We are pleased to announce that this year’s NCHD Conference will take place on from 9:15AM to 4:00PM on Friday, 26th February 2021. The conference theme will explore “Psychiatry – Beyond the Basics” with a focus on developing laterally useful skills for trainees. Given the uncertain trajectory of the pandemic thus far we have decided on a webinar format this year.

Making the most of the virtual nature of the conference, we have an exciting programme of plenary talks from inspiring Irish speakers as well as drawing on international expertise – details to follow shortly. The afternoon sessions will focus on practical skills with ever-useful topics such as; CV-building, exam preparation and starting a successful career in research.

It promises to be a very novel, interesting and enjoyable NCHD Conference for 2021. The CPsychI and the Trainee Committee look forward to seeing you there and hope that the virtual nature of our conference means that more trainees from across the country will be able to join us for this annual event.

Drs Sarah Casey and Aoife O’Callaghan

Trainee Committee Co-Chairs 2020-2022


Conference Programme

Coming soon.


Conference Fees

Please see below important information relating to Conference fees.

CPsychI registered Trainees & CPsychI CPD-SS/NCHD Members:

Members can register for the conference here. Free to attend for (1) all doctors enrolled on the CPsychI BST & HST Training Programmes and (2) fully-subscribed NCHD members of the College.

NCHD Non-Members:

– Non-members enrolled on the CPD-SS Scheme, credits will be deducted for attendance at this event and you should contact the College by email at abutler@irishpsychiatry.ie to book your place.

– Non-members not enrolled on the CPD-SS Scheme are welcome to attend this event for a fee and should contact the College directly for further information.

If you have any further queries please contact Vivienne Keeley at vkeeley@irishpsychiatry.ie for information.