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    Sri Lankan Psychiatrists Association (UK)

    Association of Psychiatrists of Sri Lankan Origin Practicing in the United Kingdom







A great opportunity for Sri Lankan Psychiatrists to help the education of our brethren back at home and to assist with development of the Eastern University, Sri Lanka.



The SLPA has received a request from Dr M Thirukumar, Head of the Department of Clinical Sciences, Eastern University Sri Lanka, for Psychiatrists from here to fill the post of Lecturer in Psychiatry, for a period of one year.


Please see the full text of the letter at the link below.


Letter from Dr. Thirukumar


If you are interested in doing this work, please contact Dr Bathika Perera at the following email address:




Sri Lanka Psychiatrists Association (UK)


Sri Lankan Psychiatrists' Association of the United Kingdom was formed in July 2001 with the aim of creating a forum for the Psychiatrists of Sri Lankan origin, practicing in the UK.

The aims and objectives of the Association are:

     To act as a forum for Psychiatrists of Sri Lankan origin in the United Kingdom enabling them to share ideas and to promote social cohesion.

     To promote education and research in Psychiatry with special reference to the mental health of people of Sri Lankan origin.

     To organise and promote education and research events in the UK and in Sri Lanka.

     To be an advocate for the needs of the Association members in relation to their role in the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

     To assist the psychiatric trainees from Sri Lanka to obtain their post graduate training in the UK.

     To promote and advance the delivery of mental health care in Sri Lanka.

     To safeguard and foster the interests of the mem  bers and preserve, protect and enhance their image, by working with other interested organisations.

     To participate in charitable activities in Sri Lanka, particularly in the field of mental healthcare services in Sri Lanka.

  For more details see the Constitution

Mike Isweran










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