A rolling 8-week programme, designed to fit in with patient’s working schedules to deal with the problems that alcohol, drugs and gambling cause. For more information, click here.
Are you caring for a loved one with an eating disorder? Nightingale Hospital invite you to attend a free support group facilitated by staff on the Eating Disorders Unit (EDU). Dates outlined in the flyer above. For more information, click here.
Nightingale Hospital is proud to sponsor the upcoming IDF (Independent Doctors Federation) free public seminar on Tuesday, 5 March 2019. The seminar also features a discussion from Nightingale’s Dr Chi-Chi Obuaya, entitled ‘Legal highs, zombie drugs or cutting-edge treatments?’. For more information, click here.
In recognition of World Bipolar Day, Nightingale Hospital is hosting a CPD event featuring consultant psychiatrist Dr Pierre Taub on Thursday 4th April 2019. Entitled ‘Bipolar, or emotionally unstable borderline personality disorder? Understanding the difference: A diagnostic dilemma’, the talk will give fantastic insight into the key similarities and differences of the two conditions. Dr William Shanahan will be attending the event as chair. If you are a health professional and interested in attending, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Consultant psychiatrist Dr Chi Chi Obuaya to present at the 2019 Women’s Health Live event in London
Amongst a stellar line-up of activities, workshops and presentations over three days, you’ll find our very own consultant psychiatrist Dr Chi Chi Obuaya gracing the science and nutrition stage on Saturday afternoon. Participating in the seminar, “How to Future-proof Your Mental Health”, Dr Obuaya and other professionals will be sharing short-term hacks and long-term strategies to achieve a healthier, happier, calmer life.
Nightingale Hospital exhibits and presents at iCAAD (International Conference for Addiction Associated Disorders)
We’re delighted to announce that Nightingale Hospital will be attending iCAAD (International Conference for Addiction Associated Disorders) in London from May 6th – 8th 2019. This leading global conference aims to expand knowledge, exchange ideas, advance well-being and delve into the prevention and treatment of behavioural, mental and emotional health issues. Nightingale Hospital’s specialist addiction therapists and nurses will join key members of our senior management team on our exhibition stand to network with other professionals and share ideas. In addition to our physical presence at this conference, two of Nightingale Hospital’s leading consultant psychiatrists in addictions, Dr Mike McPhillips and Dr Alberto Pertusa will both deliver highly insightful presentations on addiction related conditions, drawing on cutting-edge research, diagnostic and treatment themes.