Learning at Work Week: 15 – 21 May 2017
Sometimes, it feels like there’s a special day, or an awareness week for pretty much everything, but during Learning at Work Week, it’s no surprise that we’re fully-embracing the occasion here at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN).
Many of us are guilty of grabbing lunch on-the-go, eating at our desks or putting-in those extra hours before or after our working day, but when was the last time that you took time out for your CPD (Continuous Professional Development) or embarked on any training?
Perhaps you have a personal interest in an area that may or may not be directly related to your work – whatever your motivations, why not use this week as a catalyst for change by registering your interest to try our Understanding Drugs and Addictions online course?
King’s College London is a world leader in the science and treatment of addiction. We’ve developed a free, online course for you to explore how addiction develops, genetic and personal risks, and the environmental factors involved.
Join Dr Kyle Dyer from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, and you’ll discover what happens when a drug enters your body and your brain, how your brain changes, and how this process can make recovering from addiction such a challenge.
Interested? Register your interest to join the next intake >>