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    Mindgardens TRSP Webinar: Managing Clozapine Adverse Drug Reactions with Professor Dan Siskind

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    "Managing Clozapine Adverse Drug Reactions”

    The Mindgardens TRSP Webinar Series is designed for clinicians working with people with complex psychosis.

    This webinar will be hosted by Professor Dan Siskind. Professor Dan Siskind (MBBS, MPH, PhD, FRANZCP) trained as a psychiatrist in Australia and the United States. He works clinically as a psychiatrist in Brisbane, Australia with people with treatment refractory schizophrenia. His research interests include treatment refractory schizophrenia, clozapine and the physical health comorbidities associated with schizophrenia.  He has over 230 publications and over AU$50million in competitive research grants, with over AU$6.5 million as CIA.

    WEBINAR LEARNING OUTCOMES:

    • Prevalence of clozapine ADRs
    • How to manage common clozapine ADRs
    • How to manage serious clozapine ADRs

      ACCESSING THE WEBINAR

      You can register for this free webinar if you would like to.

      Alternatively you can simply add the webinar to your calendar and join us on the day, using the Zoom link provided.

      When: May 15th 12:00 PM Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

      Please use the link below to join the webinar: 

      https://zoom.us/j/92699556466

      ABOUT THE MINDGARDENS TRSP WEBINAR SERIES

      The NSW Tertiary Referral Service for Psychosis (TRSP), supported by the NSW Ministry of Health, aspires to improve care for people living with complex psychosis. The Mindgardens TRSP Webinar Series provides free presentations from national and international experts in complex psychosis, in a regular forum for learning and debate to inform best practice among clinicians. The webinars are presented through a partnership between TRSP and Mindgardens Neuroscience Network. They commenced in early 2023, and due to overwhelmingly positive feedback, will continue monthly on Wednesdays in 2024. 


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