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- Eating disorders
- Video and telephone consultations
Areas of interest
Dr Muthalif has an interest in the diagnosis and management of a wide range of disorders with particular experience in the investigation and management of patients with personality disorders and adult eating disorders although can give management advice on all adult psychiatry conditions.
Dr Muthalif is also interested in teaching and is the current clinical tutor .
Dr Muthalif has got publications in peer review journals to his credit.
Specialist interests and expertise in the following physical conditions
- Eating disorders
- Psychophysiological disorders
Current NHS consultant posts held
Present Position: Consultant Psychiatrist and Clinical tutor
Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust -since June 2014-covering Enhanced Pathway Coastal and Central IDTs ( Trating Schizhophrenia,Bipolar Affective Disorder,Depressive Disorders,Anxiety Disorders with special expertise in managing Personality Disorders )along with East Suffolk Eating Disorder services,Ipswich
Current Research: One of the principle investigators of an ongoing research at university of Cambridge regarding Obssessive Compulsive Disorder.Proposal as follows;
The proposed research intends to build upon previous work on OCD, inhibition and habit learning in our lab. Repetitive obsessive thoughts and compulsivity are key characteristics of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Recently published work has shown that OCD patients have a tendency towards habitual learning, at the expense of goal-directed learning (3). This means that their behaviour is less flexible in light of changes in outcome value and contingencies between actions and outcomes (4). Gillan et al (2011) however, investigated habit in an appetitive context. In the case of OCD, compulsions are avoidant and not appetitive. i.e. patients perform compulsions to reduce the likelihood of adverse consequences, not to gain rewarding outcomes (e.g. as per drug/gambling addiction).
I take pride in working with service users ,carers and their organisations.Last Christmas I organized an event for service users and their carers with chronic mental illness and we all enjoyed our Christmas dinner together with various social and charity fund raising events. We agreed that this will be repeated every year as this helps in the wellbeing of patients and carers in the positive direction.
Fellowship of Psychiatry from Royal College of Psychiatry -2019
Writing Short story-won national level award in 2015
Writing Essays-won national level award in 2015
Listening to classical music
Courses offered to GPs
Every year I offer free talks biannually as part of CPD programme arranged by Nuffield hospital.
- MBBS Calicut University 1998
- MRCPsych Royal College of psychiatry 2006
- Certificate of Completeion of Training Royal College of psychiatry/GMC 2010
- FRCPsych Royal College of psychiatry 2019
Reference number 6030976
Details of entry to specialist register
- General Adult Psychiatry, 2010
Affiliations / memberships