Approved for 6 CPD credits by The College of Psychiatrists.
Approved for 5.5 CPD credits by The Irish College of General Practitioners.
Approved for 4 CPD credits by The Psychological Society of Ireland.
Each year St Patrick’s Mental Health Services hosts its annual conference to mark the legacy of its Founder, Jonathan Swift, and his vision for excellence and innovation in mental health care.
This year’s Founder’s Day conference, entitled Youth Mental Health and Gender Dysphoria: Surviving Transitions, will explore the area of youth mental health transitions; from adolescence to young adult, and the personal, social and medical transitions which may be chosen by young people to manage gender dysphoria. The recent changing clinical context will also be explored, including increasing demand on services and an increase in gender fluidity.
Professor Patrick McGorry, Director of Orygen Youth Health and Orygen Youth Health Research Centre, Victoria, Australia
- Dr Polly Carmichael, Director, and Natasha Prescott of the Clinical Psychologist of the Gender Identity Development Service, Tavistock Clinic, London, UK
- Professor Mary Cannon, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
- Dr Jogin Thakore, Psychiatrist, St Vincent’s Hospital, Dublin
- Dr Lesley O'Hara Postdoctoral Researcher, UCD Research Department, Itrack study
Panel Discussion – Gender Variance and Dysphoria
- Prof Donal O'Shea, Consultant Endocrinologist, St Colmcille's Hospital, Loughlinstown
- Vanessa Lacey, Health & Education Manager, TENI (Transgender Equality Network Ireland)
- Dr Paddy Power, Consultant Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist, St Patrick’s Mental Health Services
- Dr Aileen Murtagh, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, St Patrick's Mental Health Services
Early Bird Rates apply until 12th September!