Prof. Dr.Salahuddin Babur

Prof. Dr.Salahuddin Babur

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Nominated for:

Education Award 2015

City:

London, UK

Company:

Wilson College, London

Job Title:

Professor/Principal

Educational Achievements:

Commonwealth University School
MPH, Public Health
2006 – 2007

University of Colombo
D.Sc., Psychiatry
2000 – 2003

Preston University
MBA, Health Management
1999 – 2000

University of Colombo
Ph.D., Psychiatry
1995 – 1999

College of Physicians and Surgeons
MCPS, Psychiatry
1986 – 1989
Islamia University, Bahawalpur

MBBS, Medicine
1977 – 1984
Originally from Bahawalpur, Pakistan, Dr. S. Babur is Professor in Health Studies as well as Principal at Wilson College, London. He is also working as Professor and Director of Health Studies at London Graduate School, London and Professor of Behavioural Sciences at Commonwealth University, Belize.

Prior to his current position Dr. Babur has been working as a Neuro-Psychiatrist for twenty years at University Teaching Hospital in Pakistan.

Dr. Babur has written many original research papers of which few are; Different strategies in the prevention of drug abuse, different Methodologies of treatment in the management of depression, prevention of child abuse, psychosocial intervention in the management of psychiatric illness.

Qualifications: MBBS, MCPS Psychiatry, MBA Health Management, Ph.D. Psychiatry, D.Sc. Psychiatry.
Activities and Societies: Member Royal College of Psychiatrists, UK, Life Member Pakistan Psychiatric Society, Member World Psychiatric Association.

Professional Achievements:

Central Executive
Pakistan Psychiatric Society
December 2012 – Present (2 years 7 months)

Founder Member and First President Pakistan Alzheimer's Society(Regd.)S
Pakistan Alzheimer's Society(Regd)
April 2012 – Present (3 years 3 months)

Member
British Pakistani Psychiatric Association
September 2008 – Present (6 years 10 months)

Prof. Dr.
LCCMS
June 2008 – Present (7 years 1 month)
Originally from Bahawalpur, Pakistan, Dr. S. Babur is Professor in Health Studies as well as Principal at Wilson College, London. He is also working as Professor and Director of Health Studies at London Graduate School, London and Professor of Behavioural Sciences at Commonwealth University, Belize.

Prior to his current position Dr. Babur has been working as a Neuro-Psychiatrist for twenty years at University Teaching Hospital in Pakistan.

Dr. Babur has written many original research papers of which few are; Different strategies in the prevention of drug abuse, different Methodologies of treatment in the management of depression, prevention of child abuse, psychosocial intervention in the management of psychiatric illness.

Qualifications: MBBS, MCPS Psychiatry, MBA Health Management, Ph.D. Psychiatry, D.Sc. Psychiatry.

Prof. & Director Health Studies & Behavioral Sciences
London Graduate School London
April 2007 – Present (8 years 3 months)

Prof. & Director Health Studies & Behavioral Sciences
London Graduate School London
April 2007 – Present (8 years 3 months)

Prof.
Doctor
July 1984 – Present (31 years)
Ex-Head of Psychiatry & Director
UN/Pak Drug Abuse Treatment and Rehabilitation Centre QAMC & B.V. Hospital, Bahawalpur, Pakistan
June 1988 – June 1999 (11 years 1 month)

Additional Contributions:

Member
British Pakistani Psychiatric Association
September 2008 – Present (6 years 10 months)

Founder Member and First President Pakistan Alzheimer's Society(Regd.)S

Central Executive
Pakistan Psychiatric Society
December 2012 – Present (2 years 7 months)

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