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This Continuing Professional Development resource is produced by the British Association for Psychopharmacology (BAP). While the resource is aimed at fully qualified psychiatrists, it will also be of interest to doctors working in primary care with a special interest in Psychiatry as well as Mental Health Pharmacists and any other practitioner with responsibility for prescribing psychotropic medication.

The resource builds upon the excellent reputation the BAP has for provision of high quality education in Psychopharmacology. The material is presented by acknowledged experts and opinion leaders in their respective fields. Most have been involved in the production of national clinical guidelines and are up to date with regard to developments in the field. While most of the presenters work in the UK, the material will also be relevant to the prescribing of psychotropic medication in most other countries. This resource is constantly being updated to keep your knowledge current. At the BAP we believe that sound clinical psychopharmacology is based upon a sound knowledge of the underlying pharmacology and physiology. As a result most modules commence with a presentation related to basic pharmacology. Take MCQ’s to test your knowledge of the content viewed. All adding to contribute towards your continuing CPD on the subject of Psychopharmacology.

Access to content

Descriptions of the modules, topics and presenter introduction videos are available for all to view . A valid subscription is required to view the presentations. Click the www button below to take you to the BAP website for more information on subscription details.

What’s New

Version 1.8

Fixes to BAP DB connection issues, updated for iOS 11/12
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New content updates available.

Ratings and Reviews

2.0 out of 5
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2 Ratings

Tracethebass ,

BAP cpd, running on IPad

Downloaded this but won’t open, says it is updating module descriptions but progresses no further.

Developer Response ,

Please, re-install. This was a sever issue in Feb and was resolved.

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