Wednesday 13th May 2020

Food and Mood

with Dr Adam Joiner BSc MBBS MRCPsych MMEd, Consultant Psychiatrist

Hosted by Rohini Bajekal, Nutritionist & Board Member of Plant-Based Health Professionals UK
(CPD Accredited with 1 CPD Hour from the British Society of Lifestyle Medicine)

Why should I join this webinar?

  • Learn about the evidence for diet on mental wellbeing
  • Learn about the evidence for diet on depressive disorders
  • Increase awareness of biological mechanisms underpinning the influence of food on mood
  • Live Q&A with Dr Adam Joiner
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About the speaker

Dr Adam Joiner obtained his Medical Degree from Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’ School of Medicine in 2007. After working in acute medicine for two years he undertook psychiatry training in the North West of England. Dr Joiner has worked as a consultant psychiatrist in the North West since completing training.

As a general adult consultant psychiatrist, Dr Joiner has worked with a CMHT, an adult ADHD service and (currently) Early Intervention in Psychosis Service. Dr Joiner has held positions in the NHS such as Site Tutor for trainees, associate CCIO (chief clinical information officer), and has recently been appointed as an associate medical director. Dr Joiner also works with Psychiatry-UK, the national online psychiatry service. He is the deputy medical lead and adult ADHD clinical lead for Psychiatry-UK.

Dr Joiner developed an interest in diet and nutrition for people with mental illness when witnessing the effects of some psychiatric medication to cause significant weight gain.

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This webinar lasts one hour including a Live Q&A. 

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