One day ATP CPD
11th July 2020
FREE online CPD from the ATP
As you are aware due to COVID-19 we have had to postpone the ATP 2020 conference until 2021. However we still wanted to provide you with some form of CPD in July and so have put together a members’ only online CPD event with 2 fantastic speakers and incorporating the ATP AGM.
The event is FREE to ATP members and will take place on July 11th 2020 via Zoom. There is a limit of 100 delegate places that will be allocated on a first come first served basis; we will keep a waiting list so we can fill as many places as possible. Although the event will be free to members, charity donations to MIND can be given via our JustGiving page.
Event schedule July 11th 2020
10:00 - 10:30 delegates join the event and welcome
10:30 – 11:00 Speaker 1 Lucinda Powell - Changing States of Mind
11:00 – 11:30 AGM
11:30 – 11:40 comfort break
11:40 – 12:10 Speaker 2 Dr Guy Sutton - Medical Biology Interactive
12:10 – 12:15 Close
Speaker presentations will last 20 minutes with 10 minutes for questions. In order to effectively manage the Q&A sessions, if you have a question for either Lucinda or Guy, please submit it in advance with your registration. There may also be the opportunity to use the chat function in Zoom to submit questions on the day.
To JOIN this FREE event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org quoting reference ATPCPD, your name and the email address you intend to use to access the meeting. You will be sent joining instructions nearer to the event.
About the Speakers
Lucinda is passionate about the wellbeing of young people. Having worked in schools for many years supporting young people struggling with their mental health and special educational needs, she now works with a variety of people to improve mental health and wellbeing in the context of education. Lucinda also runs the Oxfordshire Schools Mental Health and Wellbeing Network and is a co-founder of Study Skills Academy. Her very topical talk will focus on Whole School Mental Health - changing the culture through role modelling.
Many of you will already know Guy from his fantastic talks at past ATP conferences and through his tutorial days in schools. Guy is Honorary (Consultant) Assistant Professor in the Division of Psychiatry at University of Nottingham and has held previous academic appointments and Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan and Cambridge Universities.
His primary research interests are the genetics of neural development and brain function, together with the interactive nature of biological, genetic and behavioural factors in disease processes. Guy’s talk will focus on sleep, the changing conceptions of lateralisation of language and reading, and computer-brain interfacing.