Mild Cognitive Impairment

Four programme presenters will cover the following topics: 'An introduction to biological aspects of Mild Cognitive Impairment'; Psychological Interventions in Mild Cognitive Impairment'; 'Progression from Mild Cognitive Impairment to Dementia' and 'Neuropsychological assessment of Mild Cognitive Impairment.


09:30 programme starts

16:30 programme ends


The DCP Faculty for Psychologists Working with Older People (PSIGE) is running a one-day programme with four presenters who will cover the following topics in four separate sessions:

John-Paul Taylor - 'An introduction to biological aspects of Mild Cognitive Impairment'

Georgina Charlesworth - Psychological Interventions in Mild Cognitive Impairment'

Claire Donaghey - 'Progression from Mild Cognitive Impairment to Dementia' 

Daniel Collerton - 'Neuropsychological Assessment of Mild Cognitive Impairment'.


John-Paul Taylor. Wellcome Intermediate Clinical Fellow and Honorary Consultant in Old Age Psychiatry, Institute for Ageing and Health, Newcastle University.

Georgina Charlesworth. Lecturer in Clinical and Health Psychology of Old Age, UCL and Honorary Consultant Clinical Psychologist, North East London NHS Foundation Trust.

Claire Donaghey. Clinical Psychologist, The Glenkirk Centre, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde.

Daniel Collerton.Consultant Clinical Psychologist Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust Gateshead.

Booking information


  • Qualified PSIGE member (PSIGE Full & Associate): £40
  • Unqualified PSIGE member (PSIGE Affiliate): £20
  • Unqualified Non-PSIGE memer (DCP In-Training member): £40
  • DCP member: £75
  • Society member :£75
  • Non-Society member: £75

All prices include VAT.

How to book

Register online using the BPS Shop.

To pay by cheque or request an invoice complete and return the registration form.

Mon, 26/09/2011 (All day)
Contact Information: 

BPS Learning Centre.

Tel: +44(0) 116 252 9916

For more details of the programme, please email Daniel Collerton or Tel. 0191 445 6690

BPS Learning Centre, Division of Clinical Psychology's PSIGE Faculty