A Shrewsbury psychiatrist will be one of the key speakers at the Catholic Medical Association (UK) Annual Symposium 2012.
The theme of the symposium this year is, ‘A light shines in the darkness: A Catholic Perspective on Mental Health.’
Dr Pravin Thevathasan, a psychiatrist from Shrewsbury and a parishioner of the Cathedral Church of Our Lady Help of Christians and St Peter of Alcantara, will speak on psychiatry from a Catholic perspective.
The symposium will be held on Saturday, 5th May 2012 at Hinsley Hall, Leeds and promises to be an interesting and informative day.
It will be followed on Sunday, 6th May 2012 with the Annual General Meetings of the Catholic Medical Association (UK) and Catholic Medical Missionary Society. These meetings will be open to members of the CMA (UK) only.
Bookings are open and anyone who has an interest in a Catholic perspective on mental health is welcome to attend. Delegates need not be members of the Catholic Medical Association (UK).
Places are limited so early booking is advised to avoid disappointment.