Acute Psychiatric Emergencies


Acute Psychiatric Emergencies (APEx) focusses on the emergency care of patients presenting with acute psychiatric crisis. The course is designed to deliver the necessary knowledge and skills to trainees in both emergency medicine and psychiatry as well as to nursing and other allied health professionals that are involved in their care. It will allow a shared understanding of the problem and also foster a common language between professionals that expedites excellent care.

Our short courses give clinicians a practical approach to dealing with emergencies. This course will be delivered as blended learning employing a course manual, e-modules and two days face-to-face. During the face-to-face element, modalities are selected that best deliver the required content and APEx will include skill stations, workshops, role plays and simulations.

Course information

Please click on the following link to download a full APEx course information fact sheet.

APEx Fact Sheet

CPD Points System If a clinician finds that a course (or part of a course) is useful, they can count it as CPD with one CPD credit for one hour of relevant educational activity (excluding meal breaks etc). If a clinician attends a course and finds that it was of no educational value, it should not be counted as CPD. Please contact your college for further information.

How to book

APEx courses are only currently being held at ALSG in Manchester.

Course dates and venues

There may be last minute places available on an APEx face-to-face course. Please click here for information.

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