Date: Monday, 25 October 2021
Speaker: Professor Bonga Chiliza
Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of KwaZulu-Natal
Prof Chiliza has a special interest in schizophrenia, and is an active researcher in the field.
In addition to his academic post at UKZN, he is the outgoing President of the South African Society of Psychiatrists, and the Deputy Editor of the South African Journal of Psychiatry. He completed his medical degree and psychiatry specialisation at the University of KwaZulu-Natal and his PhD at Stellenbosch University. His research interests include schizophrenia, consultation-liaison psychiatry, health services and medical education. Prof Chiliza’s research awards include the Hamilton Naki Clinical Research Fellowship, and research grants from international funding agencies. He has authored over 75 peer reviewed articles and book chapters. He has served on a number of NGO Boards, including the SA YMCA and Life Choices; and is one of the Founding Directors of Harambee Medical Consulting and the Africa Global Mental Health Institute.
Topic: The role of childhood and adolescent trauma in schizophrenia
4 thoughts on “Zoom Meeting 25 October 2021”
I am interested in your Zoom Meeting 25 October 2021. My son of 25 years old was recently diagnosed with shizophrenia. What can Ii do to be part of this meeting, please? The more I learn, the more I and my family will be able to support my son, and ourselves!
Hi, my name is Michelle and I have a schizophrenic partner, I would like to be able to join a support group as I am finding it more and more difficult to communicate with him, his delusions are centred on me and its taking its toll on my well being. How do I go about joining a support group and can he come along? I do not have access to zoom online and would prefer to be able to talk to other people in person. Any ad ice or recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
I have been given your details by sadag. When will your next meeting be. And could I perhaps telephonically chat to someone or via whats app. I have a 22 year old son who has been diagnosed and need some help going forward.