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CASC Webinar (2 hours)

The live CASC webinar will cover 20 key clinical topics highly relevant for the CASC exam helping you to revise effectively and save time. The 'high yield' topics have been carefully chosen to enhance your CASC preparation. The webinar will be delivered by consultant psychiatrists Dr Abrar Hussain and Dr Donna Arya.

In addition to the salient points for each clinical topic, the webinar will teach a range of strategies and approaches that could be employed in CASC stations relevant for that particular topic. The primary aim is to boost your clinical factual knowledge and enhance your preparedness for the CASC exam. The Webinar will not involve role play. 

You will need a web browser (computer/tablet/smart phone) with good internet connection to access the webinar live. No software installation is required.



  1. Lithium

  2. Clozapine

  3. Frontal lobe assessment

  4. Genetics

  5. ECT

  6. Conversion disorder

  7. Mental Capacity

  8. Mild Cognitive Impairment

  9. Alcohol dependence

  10. Delirium Tremens

  11. Korsakoff syndrome

  12. Family Therapy

  13. Arson assessment

  14. Refeeding syndrome

  15. Autism

  16. ADHD

  17. Perinatal drug use

  18. Learning Difficulties

  19. Borderline personality disorder

  20. Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome




Saturday 1 September 2018


11.00 AM British Summer Time (BST) (current UK time)

[10.00 AM Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)]

(BST = GMT + 1)

International candidates are requested to ensure they have the right time based on their local time zone.


To book your place, please submit your name and email address through the online form on our home page.

Payment can be completed using the 'Buy now' Paypal button (you do not need a Paypal account to pay).

Details will be sent by email at least 24 hours prior to the webinar.

Cancellation requests must be received by email at least 48 hours prior to the webinar.

If you have any questions, please contact us by email