Professor Swaran Preet Singh initially trained as a surgeon in New Delhi, changing to psychiatry after witnessing the effects of violent trauma on children and young people. He moved to UK in 1991, and as lecturer at Nottingham university, conducted research in first-episode psychosis and ethnic influences in mental health. He spent five years at St George’s University of London as senior lecturer developing ETHOS early intervention in psychosis service, which was widely acknowledged for improving outcomes of young people experiencing their first episode of psychosis, with special focus on getting them back into education or work. In 2006, he joined Warwick University and where he is Director of the interdisciplinary Centre for Mental Health & Wellbeing Research and also works as an NHS Consultant Psychiatrist. He was Commissioner for Equality & Human Rights Commission (2013-19, mandated by the UK Parliament. He is currently leading several large-scale projects transforming mental health services in the Indian subcontinent and sub-Saharan Africa. He has published over 200 peer reviewed papers on culture & ethnicity in mental health, onset & outcomes of early psychosis, early intervention services, transition from child to adult care, global mental health, mental health law & medical education.

Moderator Of 1 Session

Sunday, 5 June: Industry Partner Focus

Session Type
EPA TV
Date
Sun, 05.06.2022
Session Time
14:45 - 15:00
Room
EPA TV
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Fully Live, Live TV

Presenter Of 2 Presentations

Presentation Title: Overcoming clozapine initiation barriers

Session Type
Industry
Date
Mon, 06.06.2022
Session Time
13:00 - 13:45
Room
Industry session hall 2
Session Icon
Fully Live
Presenter
Lecture Time
13:20 - 13:37

Q&A

Session Type
Industry
Date
Mon, 06.06.2022
Session Time
13:00 - 13:45
Room
Industry session hall 2
Session Icon
Fully Live
Lecture Time
13:37 - 13:42