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IMG_0936Dr. Narendra K Nagareddy is a board certified Psychiatrist with over 30 years of experience. Prior to the Clayton County DA’s misguided and maligned case, Dr. Nagareddy was an independent practitioner, in a private practice at Psychiatry Associates of South Atlanta. Dr. Nagareddy’s office can be described as a tertiary referral center that primarily serves the economically disadvantaged, severely ill, and highly complex, chronic psychiatric patients.

 

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Dr. Nagareddy is well known in the Greater Atlanta area for improving the functionality in chronic mentally ill patients with a wide range of disorders. Dr. Nagareddy practices evidence-based medicine who dedicates himself to the needs of high risk and vulnerable patient population. Completed a Geriatric Psychiatry fellowship and obtained board certifications in Psychosomatic Medicine (2005) and Addiction Medicine (2009) in order to improve his skills for his patients presenting with comorbid physical health issues and to treat a high percentage of his patients suffering from opiate addiction. Dr. Nagareddy has worked and trained in various countries (developed and developing) – and has been highly adapted to the needs of different cultures and patient populations. Dr. Nagareddy is adept in communicating with and involving families, multidisciplinary mental health workers, primary care physicians, and specialists in the treatment of his patients. Dr. Nagareddy is passionate about raising awareness about psychiatric disorders in the community and participating in international relief efforts to support victims suffering from PTSD due to manmade and natural disasters.

 

Qualifications:

  • 1980: M.D. India
  • 1984: Diploma in Psychological Medicine, India
  • 1991: Diploma in Psychological Medicine, Ireland
  • 1992: M.R.C. Psych, U.K.
  • 2000: Diploma American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology, USA
  • 2003: Board Certified in Geriatric Psychiatry, USA
  • 2005: Board Certified in Psychosomatic Medicine, USA
  • 2009: Board Certified in Addiction Medicine, USA

 

Practice and Training History:

Oct 2000 – Present            Independent Psychiatrist, Psychiatry Associates of South Atlanta – Jonesboro; GA

Sep 1999 – Sep 2000         Consultant Psychiatrist in Georgia, Georgia Correctional Services/ Dekalb Crisis Centre/ Flint River Child and Adolescent Clinic

Jul 1999 – Aug 1999           Consultant Psychiatrist, Rother & Hastings Hospital – Hastings, UK

Jul 1998 – Jul 1999             Psychiatric Internship, Monaghan, Ireland

Feb 1996 – Jun 1998          Consultant Geriatric Psychiatrist, Mary Starke Harper, Geriatric Care – Tuscaloosa, AL

Sep 1994 – Sep 1995         Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship, University of Alabama, Birmingham, USA

Jun 1993 – Sep 1994          Consultant Psychiatrist, East Surrey Mental Health Services – Redhill, UK

Feb 1993 – May 1993        Psychiatrist for Developmentally Disabled, North Wales Hospital – Denbigh, UK

Aug 1987 – Dec 1992         Psychiatric Residency, Royal College of Psychiatrists – Republic of Ireland and UK

Mar 1985 – Jul 1987          Government Psychiatrist, Princess Margaret Hospital – Roseau, Common Wealth of Dominica

Nov 1984 – Feb 1985         ER Physician, Victoria Hospital – Castries, St.Lucia, West Indies

Feb 1982 – Oct 1984          Psychiatry Residency, Institute of Mental Health – Hyderabad, India

Feb 1981 – Feb 1982         Medical Internship Rotation, Kurnool General Hospital – Kurnool, India

 

Volunteer Work and research:

  • 1975 – Served with Oxfam (Oxford Committee for Famine Relief)
  • 1994 – Treated refugees who were survivors of Bosnian Conflict in the UK
  • 2000 – Study impact of genocide on gypsies during WWII in Romania and Hungary
  • 2005 January – Worked with aid workers and victims of the world’s worst Tsunami that hit Chennai (Nagapatnam)
  • 2005 December – Organized a PTSD camp with a small team of Psychiatrists from UK to help victims of the massive earthquake that hit Pakistan.
  • 2007 January – Study impact of genocide on survivors of Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia.
  • 2008 October – Visited Rwanda with a team from US to understand impact of 1994 genocide  on survivors. Educated mental health workers.

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Dr. Narendra Kumar Nagareddy

M.D., M.R.C.Psych (U.K)

E Mail: DrNNagareddy@gmail.com

Education AND TRAINING

  • 1980: M.D. India
  • 1984: Diploma in Psychological Medicine, India
  • 1991: Diploma in Psychological Medicine, Ireland
  • 1992: M.R.C. Psych, U.K.
  • 2000: Diploma American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology, USA
  • 2003: Board Certified in Geriatric Psychiatry, USA
  • 2005: Board Certified in Psychosomatic Medicine, USA
  • 2009: Board Certified in Addiction Medicine, USA

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

  • American Psychiatric Association
  • American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin
  • Georgia Association of Physicians of Indian Origin

Professional Summary

  • Board certified Psychiatrist with over 30 years of experience. Currently an independent practitioner in private practice at Psychiatry Associates of South Atlanta. My office can be described as a tertiary referral center that primarily serves the economically disadvantaged. Well known in the Greater Atlanta area for improving the functionality in chronic mentally ill patients with a wide range of disorders – I am an evidence based medicine oriented physician that dedicates myself to the needs of my high risk and vulnerable patient population. Completed a Geriatric Psychiatry fellowship and obtained board certifications in Psychosomatic Medicine (2005) and Addiction Medicine (2009) in order to improve my skills for my patients presenting with comorbid physical health issues and the high percentage of my patients suffering from opiate addiction. I have worked and trained in various countries (developing and developed) – can adapt to the needs of different cultures and my patient population. I am adept in communicating with and involving families, multidisciplinary mental health workers, primary care physicians, and specialists in the treatment of my patients. I enjoy raising awareness about psychiatric disorders in the community and participating in international relief efforts to support victims suffering from PTSD due to manmade and natural disasters.

Skill Highlights

  • Unsurpassed clinical skills in diagnosing and treating psychiatric disorders in any age group – focusing primarily on outpatient management:
    • chronic schizophrenia and related psychosis with persisting psychopathology – multiple hospitalizations and severe limitations in functionality
    • chronic mood disorders and treating other related comorbid issues
    • organic psychiatric disorders
    • psychiatric disorders in developmentally disabled individuals
    • addictive disorders – specialized in buprenorphine treatment (suboxone)
    • autistic disorders with related comorbid conditions
  • communicating with, educating, and involving the families of patients in the process of treatment and maintenance
  • patient advocacy – helping patients obtain disability benefits if needed and being a liaison with other services in the community
  • complex psychopharmacology – specialized in treating patients with clozapine
  • specialized in treating patients with depot neuroleptics
  • well experienced in treating and diagnosing basic primary care health issues
  • educating patients about importance of primary prevention
  • effectively communicating with patients from over 30 different countries

CAREER EXPERIENCE / POSITIONS HELD

Oct 2000 – Present                Independant Psychiatrist

Psychiatry Associates of South Atlanta – Jonesboro; GA

 

Sept1999 – Sept 2000            Consultant Psychiatrist in Georgia

Georgia Correctional Services/ Dekalb Crisis Centre/

Flint River Child and Adolescent Clinic

 

July 1999 – Aug 1999            Consultant Psychiatrist

Rother & Hastings Hospital – Hastings, UK

 

July 1998 – July 1999            Psychiatric Internship

                                              Monaghan, Ireland

 

Feb 1996 – June 1998           Consultant Geriatric Psychiatrist

Mary Starke Harper, Geriatric Care – Tuscaloosa, AL

 

Sept 1994 – Sept 1995          Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship

University of Alabama, Birmingham, USA

 

June 1993 – Sept 1994          Consultant Psychiatrist

East Surrey Mental Health Services – Redhill, UK

 

Feb 1993 – May 1993            Psychiatrist for Developmentally Disabled

North Wales Hospital – Denbigh, UK

 

Aug 1987 – Dec 1992            Psychiatric Residency

Royal College of Psychiatrists – Republic of Ireland and UK

 

Mar 1985 – July 1987            Government Psychiatrist

Princess Margaret Hospital – Roseau, Common Wealth of

Dominica

 

Nov 1984 – Feb 1985             ER Physician

Victoria Hospital – Castries, St.Lucia, West Indies

 

Feb 1982 – Oct 1984             Psychiatry Residency

Institute of Mental Health – Hyderabad, India

 

Feb 1981 – Feb 1982             Medical Internship Rotation

Kurnool Hospital – Kurnool, India

 

DETAILED clinical experience

PSYCHIATRY ASSOCIATES OF SOUTH ATLANTA – PRIVATE PRACTICE

 

OCTOBER 2000 – PRESENT – JONESBORO, GEORGIA

 

  1. During the initial periods of my psychiatric practice I had admitting privileges at Riverwoods Psychiatric Center
  • Served as the chief of staff at Riverwoods Psychiatric Center for a short period of time and was the director for the evening intensive outpatient hospitalization program for drug and alcohol abuse and the partial hospitalization program.
  • Initiated the formation of a special unit for the geriatric population and performed geriatric consultations in various nursing homes in neighboring counties.
  • Did inpatient psychiatric consults for the Southern Regional Medical Hospital and Henry County Medical Hospital.
  • Had a significantly large number of patients under my care during the inpatient hospitalization – focusing on immediate detailed assessment of the patient with the involvement of a multidisciplinary team, prioritizing family education and involvement, and and aiming for a short stay in the hospital.

 

  1. Over the years the profile of my patient population became a wide range of severely mentally ill patients [tertiary referral level] – ranging from acute and severely psychotic patients; chronic mood disorder patients; severely developmentally disabled patients with chronic psychiatric problems; patients with various physical health issues along with psychiatric problems; patients with addiction issues; and children with persisting mental health issues (autistic disorders and Tourette’s).
  • Therefore, I gradually withdrew myself from the inpatient hospitalization and left Riverwoods in 2008 to primarily focus on my busy private practice.
  • There was a significant increase in the patients who are being treated with clozaril – these patients needed a lot of involvement – lab tests, following up the lab tests, looking for side effects, and frequent follow ups. I now have the largest clozaril clinic in the state of Georgia and the 15th largest in the United States.
  • Set up a complete lab – mostly for bloodwork for clozaril patients – because a significant number of patients do not have IDs and cannot go to the outside labs due to their chronic behavioral problems
    • Lab also in place for urine drug screens for suboxone patients – high number of suboxone patients in my clinic
  • A depot neuroleptic clinic is also in place at my office which serves a significant number of patients.
  • Have a huge array of medical illnesses in my patient population – epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, head injuries, rare neurological disorders, HIV, Hep C, and many others
    • Prior to the use of new medications for Hep C patients (which have increased compliance) my patients with Hep C completed the medication course more successfully due to my frequent involvement following the psychiatric side effects (suicide, depression, and anxiety)
  • My patient population is very diverse from a cultural point of view – with patients from many different countries.
  • Prioritize family education and involvement in the treatment plans along with follow ups by a primary care physician for their physical health purposes.
    • A subgroup of my patients do not have a primary care physician due to social, financial, and insurance issues – therefore I have to take the role of their primary care physician until they obtain one.
      • Treat simple ailments such as hypertension and diabetes
    • Continuity of care is also a priority in my office (when some patients lose insurances and lose other doctors who are a part of their health care plan)
    • My patients are also educated about the significant aspects of preventive screening – mammograms, pap smears, general blood work, thyroid psa screening, etc.
  1. Patient advocacy – helping to get disability if needed; helping with paperwork for subsidized housing; being a liaison with officials in the legal system to decrease recidivism for some of my patients; and helping to get medication assistance from the pharmaceutical companies
  2. Masters level students in counseling from a couple of universities in the metro Atlanta area rotate in my office for training purposes – They are trained in interviewing skills; identifying psychiatric symptoms and their relation to psychological and social factors; and individual therapy for patients with insurance that does not cover counseling.
    • Also trained the counseling interns to focus on special groups of patients who had frequent hospitalizations and relapses due to psychological stress – such as type 1 diabetics, patients with Chron’s disease, and patients with other chronic medical disorders.
    • Also encouraged and educated some medical students to help them get into psychiatric residency programs.

 

CONSULTANT PSYCHIATRIST

 

SEPTEMBER 1999 – SEPTEMBER 2000 – GEORGIA

 

Moved to Georgia and did various locum jobs to get an idea of general psychiatric services.

  1. Georgia Correctional Services – Consultant psychiatrist
  • Worked in various prisons diagnosing psychiatric issues in the inmate population, performed pharmacological follow-ups, and discussed with the counselors about the level of care an inmate needed
  1. DeKalb Crisis Centre, Decatur, GA – Consultant psychiatrist
  • Worked at the DeKalb crisis center which catered to the indigent populations with acute psychiatric presentations, and drugs and alcohol problems
  • Duties involved a detailed psychiatric assessment, involving the multidisciplinary team, being a liaison with other community psychiatric teams for care after being stabilized, and referring patients with addiction issues to long term placements (like halfway homes)
  1. Flint River Child and Adolescent Clinic, Clayton, GA – Consultant Psychiatrist
  • Responsible for outpatient evaluations and treatment, planning of child and adolescent cases, medication management, and coordinating care in various treatment programs

 

PSYCHIATRIC INTERNSHIP – COUNTY GENERAL HOSPITAL

 

JULY 1998 – AUGUST 1999 – MONAGHAN, IRELAND

 

  1. Returned back to Ireland for 1 year to complete my medical internship as stipulated by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology towards my eligibility to take my American Psychiatry boards.
  2. After successfully completing the internship I took up the position of a locum consultant psychiatrist from July 1999 to August 1999 at Rother & Hastings Trust, Hastings, UK.

 

GERIATRIC PSYCHIATRIST –  MARY STARKE HARPER GERIATRIC PSYCHIATRY CENTER

 

FEBRUARY 1996 – JUNE 1998 – TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA

 

  1. The first exclusive Geriatric Psychiatric hospital exclusive in the southeastern United States – commissioned by the Alabama Mental Health Services.
  • Consultant Psychiatrist – duties included providing psychiatric assessments and treatments; coordinating with the internal medicine team; and coordinating with the multidisciplinary psychiatric team in planning stabilization, discharge, and after care management.
  • Was a part of the founding team of psychiatrists – involved in the care of the involuntary hospitalizations in the geriatric population and the long term geriatric patients transferred to Mary Starke from the state general mental hospital (Bryce Hospital).
  • Successfully rehabilitated a large group of patients back into the community who were transferred from the state general mental hospital.

 

GERIATRIC PSYCHIATRY FELLOWSHIP – UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA BIRMINGHAM

 

SEPTEMBER 1994 – SEPTMEBER 1995 – BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA

 

  1. 1-year clinical fellowship training in geriatric psychiatry
  • Training included obtaining necessary clinical skills of psychiatric assessment in the geriatric population; the importance of physical health pathology; pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamics variations; being a liaison with other medical subspecialties and social services; nursing home consultations; and educating families about dementia and other disorders in the elderly.
  • Rotated in neuropathology and learned basic skills in dissecting and identifying brain pathologies.
  • Acquired basic skills in neuroimaging and was also involved in teaching medical students who rotated in the program.
  • Involved in the ECT program as well.
  • Followed the geriatric population with psychiatric issues in the VA system which included inpatient hospital consultations, home care management, and rotations in the geriatric medicine department.

 

PSYCHIATRIST – EAST SURREY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

 

JUNE 1993 – SEPTEMBER 1994 – REDHILL, SURREY, UNITED KINGDOM

 

  1. This job was based at Netherne Hospital (a very historical mental hospital)
  • Challenging job – worked with multidisciplinary team during the last stages of deinstitutionalization and had the last remaining patients – these patients were severely impaired individuals
    • Post lobotomy patients and patients with persisting chronic psychopathologies – who were severely impaired on a disability scale
    • Had to place these patients in the community hospital wards – as they needed high levels of psychiatric services.
    • Acquired a lot of skills in the principals of psychiatric rehabilitations
    • Most of the clinical work was follow up of patients in the community and minimizing any acute reoccurrence of symptoms and decreasing hospital admissions
    • Being a liaison with the primary care physician and other multidisciplinary team members in maintaining this group of patients in the community.
  • Also involved in teaching psychiatric residents
    • Organizing the clinical examination center for candidates taking the MRC Psych exam
    • Giving lectures to candidates on clinical psychology, social psychology, psychopharmacology, basic neuroanatomy, and neurophysiology

 

PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES FOR THE DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED  

 

FEBRUARY 1993 – MAY 1993 – NORTH WALES, UK

 

  1. Obtained further specialized training and expertise in the treatment and diagnosis of psychiatric morbidity in severe mentally handicapped patients.
  • Placed importance on various physical health disorders that contribute to the psychiatric symptom formation in this unique patient population – especially epilepsy, visual and hearing impairment, and other medical issues.
  • Focused on the differences in using medications in this unique patient population – pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic variance
  • Acquired skills in behavioral analysis – important component of the treatment plan in this group of patients.
  • My duties also included educating and training caretakers for these patients in the community – as a part of the process of deinstitutionalization

 

PSYCHIATRIC RESIDENCY – ROYAL COLLEGE OF PSYCHIATRISTS 

 

AUGUST 1987 – DECEMBER 1992 – REPUBLIC OF IRELAND AND UNITED KINGDOM

 

  1. Received additional training in Ireland and the UK in order to obtain my MRC Psyc (Membership of Royal College of Psychiatrics London) which is equivalent to Psychiatric Board Qualification in the USA.
  • Rotated in various hospitals in Monaghan and Dublin
    • Patricks Hospital, Castle Rea Ireland
    • Davnet’s Hospital, Monaghan, Ireland
    • Vincent’s Hospital, Dublin, Ireland
  • Training included academic assignments; guidance by the various multidisciplinary faculty; and learning psychotherapy skills and behavioral analysis.
  • Acquired the skills of home visits – priority was given to elderly patient population
  • Worked in Ireland when the process of deinstitutionalization was at its peak
    • Tried to overcome the hurdles (social stigmas, acquiring skills to live in the society, basic social skills, etc) and support the patients to remain stable in the community.
    • Coordinated with the multidisciplinary team and the primary care physician – which involved home visits to the patients
  • Started an innovative program – home hospital bed – treating and stabilizing the patient in their home to prevent re-hospitalization
    • Evaluated and treated acute psychiatric patients in their homes with a multidisciplinary team after being referred by a primary care physician
    • Educated and involved families of the patients, did risk assessments, did necessary blood work and dispensed medications in the house.
    • Had one member of the multidisciplinary team be constantly available to ensure patient stability.
  • Obtained membership into the Royal College of Psychiatrists and passed Part 1 of Internal Medicine from the Royal College of Physicians.

 

GOVERNMENT PSYCHIATRIST – PRINCESS MARGARET HOSPITAL

 

MARCH 1985 – JULY 1987 COMMON WEALTH OF DOMINICA, WEST INDIES

 

  1. Held the responsibility for running psychiatric services in the island of Dominica.
  • The old mental hospital was completely damaged by Hurricane David and a new psychiatric ward was constructed in the general hospital with the help of Rotary International
  • Duties included running various outpatient clinics around the island; training key healthcare personnel to identify psychiatric morbidity; follow up of patients after discharge from the acute unit; follow up with psychiatric consultations in the general hospital; administering depot neuroleptic (only available – prolixin deconate); identifying side effects and other issues with psychiatric medications; providing government authorities statistical data of psychiatric diseases; and educating the public (in churches, social groups, etc.) to improve knowledge about psychiatric diseases
  • Rotated on call as an emergency room physician

 

ER PHYSICIAN – VICTORIA HOSPITAL

 

NOVEMBER 1984 – FEBRUARY 1985 CASTRIES ST. LUCIA WEST INDIES.

 

  1. Employed as an ER Physician

 

PSYCHAITRIC RESIDENCY – INSTITUTE OF MENTAL HEALTH

 

FEBRUARY 1982 – OCTOBER 1984 – HYDERABAD, ANDHRA PRADESH, INDIA

 

  1. Started my Psychiatric residency in the largest 800 bed Mental Hospital in the State of Andhra Pradesh – serving a population of 6 million people.
  • Trained under 2 professors of psychiatry and in the departments of psychology, social work – and rotated in the departments of neurology, child psychiatry, and general hospital psychiatry.
  • Obtained Diploma in Psychological Medicine
  • Patient population comprised mostly of acutely psychotically ill patients – physical health issues of patients were also addressed
  • Acquired skills in psychopharmacological management and basic psychotherapy skills.
  • ECT was a major intervention due to the symptom presentation (Catatonic), also trained in performing modified ECT.
  • Performed inpatient follow-ups in the chronic hospital wing – included developmentally disabled patients with severe psychiatric morbidity.
  • Conducted outpatient diagnosis and management and outreach psychiatric clinics in rural areas
  • Adapted to treating mental health in a culture that placed a strong social stigma on mental illness – resulting in limited resources; lack of basic infrastructure; less trained mental healthcare workers; and limited medications; – yet patient healthcare was never compromised.

 

INTERESTS/Social Services

  • Travelling – visiting areas rich in history (have visited over 50 countries)
  • Collecting stamps
  • Educating the public about psychiatric illnesses; encouraging medical students and interns to join psychiatric residencies; and improving awareness of psychiatric morbidity in other subspecialties of medicine
    • 2011 – Greater Atlanta Telugu Association (GATA) – ran a workshop to educate and support Indian families who had children suffering from autistic disorders
    • Received a humanitarian award plaque from GATA
  • Understanding the impact of natural disasters and manmade disasters (war and genocide) on different populations – drawn towards helping these communities and recognizing the psychiatric issues resulting from these disasters.
    • 1975 – Served with Oxfam (one of the world’s largest NGOs) as a National Social Services Volunteer during medical school – helped with laying roads in rural areas that were severely damaged by cyclones in the state of Andhra Pradesh for two months
    • 1994 – Treated refugees who were survivors of the Bosnian Conflict in the UK
    • November 2000 – Travelled to Hungary and as a part of my trip visited the border of Romania and Hungary in order to further understand the impact of the genocide of the gypsies during WW2.
      • Listened to personal histories of people whose ancestors were victims – recognized the resulting, persisting psychiatric issues such as PTSD in this population
    • January 2005 – Traveled to India and as a part of my trip visited the worst worst Tsunami affected areas in Chennai (Nagapatnam).
      • Interacted with aid workers and gave my support and care for victims – was amazed and inspired to see how much the government and community was helping this disaster struck area.
    • December 2005 – Organized a PTSD camp with a small team of psychiatrists from the UK for victims of the 2005 Pakistan Earthquake in Islamabad.
      • Gave lectures and conducted training modules to doctors, front line aid workers, and social groups on identifying signs and symptoms of PTSD and various levels of intervention
      • Visited temporary shelters and interacted with Earthquake victims – Interestingly saw lot of elderly patients who complained about persisting symptoms of PTSD from the severe trauma they went through during the partition (1946) of India and Pakistan – it was interesting to see how a man made disaster such as the partition was adding to the PTSD resulting from a natural disaster in this population
      • Received a humanitarian plaque from the Pakistan Red Crescent Society – District Branch Rawalpindi
      • Received a humanitarian plaque from the Pakistan Navy Women’s Association
    • January 2007 – Traveled to Cambodia and as a part of my trip visited Phnom Penh and interacted with locals running the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum – a memorial to the Cambodian Genocide.
      • Talked to survivors and learned about the unimaginable harm done to this community. Became interested after having a few patients in my office in Georgia who are refugees from Cambodia and are still suffering from PTSD
    • October 2008 – Visited Rwanda with a team from the United States to understand the impact of genocide (1994) on the surviving victims.
      • Visited the local mental hospitals and rehab centers and educated workers about what can be done to support survivors suffering from psychiatric issues – gave my support to the children and adults being treated in these facilities.
      • Was amazed to see how well the rehab centers and mental hospitals were operating – very inspirational to see how these people were functioning in spite of the trauma they have experienced.

PRESENTATIONS

 

  • Basic and Practical Clinical Psychopharmacology – Presentation for Nursing Staff, Claudette Box Facility, Mt Vernon Alabama, March 1997

 

  • Psychiatry at a Crossroads – Guest Lecturer St. Vincent’s Hospital, Dublin, Ireland, September 1996

 

  • Rehabilitation of Elderly Mentally Ill Patients with Chronic Psychosis – Grand Rounds, Searcy Hospital, Mt Vernon, Alabama, June 1996

 

  • Sociological Aspects of Normal Aging – Alabama State Alcohol and Drugs Symposium – Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 1996

 

  • Outcome of Rehabilitation in a Chronic Psychiatric Unit – Grand Rounds, East Surrey Health Authority, Surrey U.K 1994

 

  • Audit of Psychotropic Prescriptions in Psychiatric Rehabilitation Unit – East Surrey Health Authority, Surrey U.K 1994

 

  • Benefits of Exercise in Management of Chronic Behavioral Problems in Learning Disability – Grand Rounds, Bryn Y Neuadd Hospital, Gwynedd, North Wales, 1993

 

  • Movement Disorders – Grand Rounds, East Surrey Health Authority, Surrey U.K 1993

 

  • Treatment Aspects of Drug-Resistant Schizophrenia – Grand Rounds, St. Vincent’s Hospital, Dublin, Ireland 1991

 

  • A Case of Capgas Syndrome – South Zone Psychiatric Meeting, Trivandrum, India 1983

 

  • Drug Abuse Profile in Dominica – Regional PAHO WHO Conference, Barbados 1983

 

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