Free Members' Webinar-South Asian History Month: Inequalities – through different lenses

14Jul

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Free Members' Webinar-South Asian History Month: Inequalities – through different lenses

Event Information

South Asian History Month presents us with an opportunity to celebrate, mark and honour South Asian cultures and histories.

Don’t miss this member webinar: Inequalities – through different lenses, which will be chaired by RCPsych Dean, Dr Subodh Dave.

Speakers include Dr Santosh Mudholkar and Dr Parvinder Shergill from the UK and Dr Sayuri Perera, who will join us from Sri Lanka. During this session we will consider inequalities in the NHS through the lens of British Empire; how reducing stigma in South Asian communities can address health inequalities and the impact of gender inequality on mental health in Sri Lanka. 

Chair: Dr Subodh Dave, Dean, Royal College of Psychiatrists

Understanding racism, inequalities in modern NHS through the lens of British Empire: Dr Santosh Mudholkar, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust; Executive Committee member, Transcultural Psychiatry Special Interest Group

How reducing stigma in South Asian communities can address health inequalities: Dr Parvinder Shergill, Actress, Filmmaker and Psychiatrist

Impact of gender inequality on mental health in Sri Lanka: Dr Sayuri Perera,  Consultant Psychiatrist at the Teaching Hospital Peradeniya; Director of the Counseling and Psychological Support Unit at the University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka 

Q&A

You can find out more about past and upcoming webinars and catch up on demand with any you have missed on our website.

Questions can either be submitted using the Q&A function during the webinar, or you can email them in advance to miriam.muleba@rcpsych.ac.uk

For further information, please contact:

Email: miriam.muleba@rcpsych.ac.uk

Contact Name: Miriam Muleba

Contact number: 0208 618 4150

Event Location

Location: Online event