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Continuing Professional Development

Training, lectures & events

The Department of Forensic and Neurodevelopmental Sciences hosts a range of seminars, training programmes and events open to staff, students and the wider public. 

FANS Science Meetings 

FANS Science Meetings are a series of seminars providing our invited internal and external speakers with the opportunity to present the latest research and developments from across the field. The meetings are also a lively forum for all to exchange knowledge and ideas and build connections across the department and beyond.

Seminars take place every 2 months, 12-1.30pm

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2019 Upcoming Seminars

Attendance at the seminars is free and open to staff and students from King’s Health Partners organisations (King’s College London, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust, King’s College Hospital NHS Trust, and South London and Maudsley NHS Trust). 

Clink on the dates below to view talk details for each date.

ADI-R: Autism Diagnostic Interview - Revised 

Date: 4 - 6 November 2019  *** Fully Booked***

Considered one of the ‘gold standard’ clinical diagnostic instruments for assessing autism in children and adults, this structured interview helps researchers and clinicians diagnose autism and plan treatments.

Duration:  3 days
Suitable for: Clinicians and researchers with experience in autism spectrum disorders and covers training in administration and coding of all five modules.

Find out more & book here

ADOS-2: Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule - 2nd ed. 

Date: 26 - 29 November 2019  *** Fully Booked***

Used to diagnose and evaluate individuals with autism spectrum disorders, this highly accurate assessment tool supports clinicians, practitioners and researchers working in ASD assessment.  

Duration:  4 days
Suitable for: Researchers and clinicians working with children and adults, who also have existing experience with   autism spectrum disorders.

Find out more & book here

 

ADOS-2 & ADI-R - Future dates

We aim to hold two ADOS-2 and ADI-R courses per year. If you would like to enquire about availability or to be added to the waiting list to be informed of future courses please contact fansevents@kcl.ac.uk. Those on the waiting list are informed first about course dates and are offered places on the course as a priority.

The course costs are £950 (ADOS-2) and £750 (ADI-R). This fee includes all the materials you will need during the course, along with lunch and refreshments for the duration of the course.

For more information, please contact email fansevents@kcl.ac.uk

Friday Morning Teaching (FMT)

Weekly Friday morning teaching sessions are open to clinicians and academic staff in the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and the IOPPN. Sessions take place in term-time and include clinical case conferences and research presentations.

To find out more email: susan.graham.kcl.ac.uk

Training & Events Archive

2018 & 2017

2018

ADI-R: Autistism Diagnostic Review - Revised

13-15 November  ~  BOOK NOW!

One of the gold standard clinical diagnostic instruments for assessing autism in children and adults.

David Goldberg Centre, IOPPN

Find out more & book here

PhD Training workshop 

Research in Special Settings and with Vulnerable Populations: Dealing with Ethical, Consent and Recruitment Issues

 

08 November  ~  BOOK NOW!

 

Open to all IoPPN doctoral students who work with or plan to work with vulnerable populations and Doctoral students from other King's Health Sciences faculties. Apply via Skills Forge.

ADOS-2Autism Diagnostic Schedule - Second Edition 

23-26 October 2018  ~  BOOK NOW! 

 

Use the ADOS-2 to accurately assess and diagnose autism spectrum disorders across age, developmental level and language skills

David Goldberg Centre, IOPPN

Find out more & book here

 

FANS SCIENCE MEETINGS 2018 GUEST LECTURE: Thurs 17 May 2018

Measuring excitation and inhibition in the living human brain: pharmaco-MRS and TMS-EEG - Dr Isabella Premoli & Dr Gráinne McAlonan.  

 

ADI-R: Autism Diagnostic Interview - Revised ~ 27-29 June 2018

Considered one of the ‘gold standard’ clinical diagnostic instruments for assessing autism in children and adults, this structured interview helps researchers and clinicians diagnose autism and plan treatments.

 

ADOS-2: Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule - 2nd ed. ~ 29 May - 01 June 2018 

Used to diagnose and evaluate individuals with autism spectrum disorders, this highly accurate assessment tool supports clinicians, practitioners and researchers working in ASD assessment.  

 

FANS SCIENCE MEETINGS 2018 GUEST LECTURE: Thurs 22 March 2018

Modelling normal in the developing and adult brain - Dr Jonanathan O'Muircheartaigh 

Dr O'Muircheartaigh's lecture outlines two statistical methods utilising both structural MRI and diffusion imaging that may aide in increasing sensitivity to subtle pathology in both group studies and individual images.

 

GUEST LECTURE: Antisocial decision-making by Dr Inti Brazil - FEB 2018

Dr Brazil will present new research on the link between psychopathic features and trial-by-trial interactions between multiple cognitive processes during social decision-making.

 

2017

GUEST LECTURE: Alzheimer's disease in Down syndrome - Nov 2017

Dr Mobley’s work has played a central role  defining the neurobiology of Down syndrome to decipher the basis for cognitive phenotypes, including Alzheimer’s disease, and identifying potential therapeutic targets.

 

Friday morning teaching (FMT)

Weekly Friday morning teaching sessions are open to clinicians and academic staff in the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neurodevelopmental Sciences. Sessions take place in term-time and include clinical case conferences and research presentations.

For more FMT information
Email: susan.graham.kcl.ac.uk

 

For more FANS events information email: fansevents@kcl.ac.uk

 

 

 

 

 

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