Professor Kamaldeep Bhui CBE
Prof. Kamaldeep Bhui CBE MD FRCPsych FRCP(E) FRSA PFHEA is Professor/Head of Centre for Psychiatry at Queen Mary University of London and Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist at East London NHS Foundation Trust; former Public Health Lead and now Chair of the Publications Management Board at Royal College of Psychiatrists, and Editor in Chief of the British Journal of Psychiatry. His work and interests include assertive outreach and homelessness; social and cultural psychiatry, epidemiology, health services research and psychological therapies (he is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist).
He has a long standing interest in preventing health inequalities in the experience and outcome of mental illnesses, improving health services and public health interventions and developing appropriate health policy. Bhui studied Pharmacology (BSc) at UCL and Medicine (MBBS) at United Medical and Dental Schools of Guys and St Thomas’ (now King's College) qualifying in 1988. He holds postgraduate qualifications in psychiatry, mental health studies, epidemiology, and psychotherapy. He completed clinical training in London, secured a first Consultant appointment in 1999, followed in 2000 and 2003 by Consultant/Senior Lecturer and Consultant/Professorial posts in East London Foundation Trust and Queen Mary University of London.
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