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- Eating disorders
Dr Khan qualified in 1990. She has significant experience in the field of psychiatry since 1997 having trained in Greater Manchester. For the last 8 years she has been a general adult consultant at south and central Manchester with teaching links to the University of Manchester including teaching of medical students and training of junior doctors. She has extensive experience in the management of chronic enduring mental health problems. Currently she also works as a visiting consultant at the specialist eating disorders unit at the Priory Hospital Cheadle Royal. Currently Dr Khan provides clinical leadership to the specialist team in central Manchester responsible for managing chronic and enduring mental health problems i.e. schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and severe and psychotic depression. She has a wealth of experience in managing transcultural issues related to mental health.
Areas of interest
Eating disorders; Transcultural psychiatry
Specialist interests and expertise in the following physical conditions
- Eating disorders
Current NHS consultant posts held
Central West CMHT
Manchester Mental Health & Social Care Trust
Qualitative feedback studies measuring the effectiveness of secondary care.
(Additional) Languages spoken
"SLE Presenting as Mania" - Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavia - 1st author.
Courses offered to GPs
Consistent contribution to GP seminar teaching in South and Central Manchester. Most recent presentations include "Managing Depression in Primary Care" and "Assessment of potential for suicide and the role of crisis resolution home treatment teams."
I consistently obtain formal and informal patient feedback. These have been very positive including the feedback that I obtained from the multidisciplinary team members from our team regarding my contribution and dedication to patient care.
- MBBS University of Kashmir 1989
- MRCPsych Royal College of Psychiatrists 2003
Reference number 4679127
Details of entry to specialist register
- Specialist in General Adult Psychiatry, 2009