Roopak Khara

Psychiatry

Psychiatry

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General adult psychiatrist with a special interest in intensive care, medical lead of the UK's first psychiatric coronavirus ward, pharmacist, writer and make up artist.

My mission statement: leading the way to redefining, remastering and re-imagining global perspectives of mental health for all

Education

  • Certified by the Royal College of Psychiatrists, London, United Kingdom in General Adult Psychiatry

  • Section 12 approved doctor for England and Wales- recognised under section 12(2) of the MHA as having specific expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of mental disorder

  • Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery- MB ChB achieved from University of Warwick Medical School

  • Master of Pharmacy- MPharm (Hons.) acheived from Leicester School of Pharmacy, De Montfort University

Board Certifications

  • Psychiatry

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Roopak Khara

Article

The Effects Of Social Distancing and Isolation On Mental Health

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our way of life over the last several months, but nothing has been as affected as our social interactions. The Greek philosopher Aristotle described humans as social animals, and the...

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Roopak Khara

Blog

Food for thought (if you can chew, that is)

Mouthing off I was inspired to learn a new word recently: ‘edentulous’, meaning lacking teeth. It happened after I encouraged a patient to smile as he was being discharged from a mental health ward. ‘What...

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Roopak Khara

Blog

The medicalisation of laughter

At a time when recruitment and retention of psychiatrists in the UK remains perilous- with recent figures indicating less than 3.6% of medical graduates are choosing the speciality, when at least twice that is needed...

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Roopak Khara

Article

The Effects Of Social Distancing and Isolation On Mental Health

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our way of life over the last several months, but nothing has been as affected as our social interactions. The Greek philosopher Aristotle described humans as social animals, and the...

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welcome

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Roopak Khara

Blog

Food for thought (if you can chew, that is)

Mouthing off I was inspired to learn a new word recently: ‘edentulous’, meaning lacking teeth. It happened after I encouraged a patient to smile as he was being discharged from a mental health ward. ‘What...

Read More
Roopak Khara

Blog

The medicalisation of laughter

At a time when recruitment and retention of psychiatrists in the UK remains perilous- with recent figures indicating less than 3.6% of medical graduates are choosing the speciality, when at least twice that is needed...

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