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Certificate in Classification of Mental Disorders (DSM 5) & Mental State Examination

Date: 6 Nov 2015

Hong Kong

Course Objectives

• To understand the classification of mental disorders, the signs and symptoms of different mental disorders and be able to make possible diagnosis.

• To equip participants with the skills in conducting mental state examination, clinical interview as an essential component in integrative clinical management

Trainer (Dr. Chiu Siu Ning)
MBChB (CUHK), MRCPsych (UK), FHKCPsych, FHKAM (PSYCHIATRY)

After graduating from the medical school of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Dr. Chiu began his public psychiatric service. He obtained his psychiatric professional qualification in UK in 1994.

Before start his private practicing in May 2007, he had been the Senior Medical Officer of Kwai Chung Hospital for more than 14 years.

Duration: 9:30am to 5:30pm (7 hours)

Venue: Christian Family Service Centre, Rm 201,3 Tsui Ping Road, KwunTong

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Fees:
Standard: HK$1,030-

HK$980-Enroll the course 1 month or more prior to the event

HK$930-/each for group of 3 or more

Language: Cantonese supplement with English(Teaching materials are mainly in English)

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