Effect Of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy On First Episode Psychosis
Dr Emmanuel Umama-Agada is a consultant Adult Psychiatrist with the Community Mental Health Team in Longford, Westmeath Mental Health Service since 2019. He graduated from College of Medical Sciences, University of Calabar, Nigeria. Following completion of Basic Specialist Training with the Mater/University College Dublin scheme in Psychiatry, he went on to complete a Dual Higher Specialist Training in General Adult Psychiatry and Intellectual Disability Psychiatry with the College of Psychiatry, Ireland. During his Higher Specialist Training he completed a research study with Professor Brendan Kelly at Tallaght University Hospital looking at involuntary admission of psychiatric patients across three hospitals in Dublin over an eleven year period (Mater Miscericordiae Hospital, Beaumont Hospital and Tallaght University Hospital) with several publications. He also completed an original research study where he completed a 5 Year Review of A Multidisciplinary Team Epilepsy Outreach Clinic In An Intellectual Disability Service, Dublin, Republic Of Ireland, winning a 2nd prize at the 58th Mind and Brain Neuropsychiatry conference in Pula, Croatia. He is currently completing an LLM in Legal Aspect of Medical Practice at the Cardiff University, Wales.