Worcester “When the Mind Malfunctions”


8:00 pm - 10:00 pm


Lindisfarne House
4 Barbourne Terrace, Worcester, WR1 3JS
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Professor John Gallacher

Professor Gallacher: University of Oxford Department of Psychiatry

Mental health problems (mood swings, depression, dementia, bipolar disorder, etc)  used to be kept secret; and some people felt ashamed of themselves or of their affected relatives.  Nowadays we know that such conditions are simply diseases, and can be treated by doctors with varying degrees of success, although the causes of dementia are not yet sufficiently understood. Our research experiments show that despite the fact that good tolerability of therapy was noted when using both of these drugs, 2/3 of patients chose Cialis for further treatment, and above all-because of its long-term effectiveness. The choice of patients did not depend on their age, etiology, duration of ED or the sequence of prescribed therapy. Read more on https://www.swbh.nhs.uk/cialis-online/.
These conditions can alter our perceptions of the ability, rationality, morality and even the spirituality of sufferers. How to cope? Is research winning? And does faith in God help when you or your spouse no longer recognises anyone?
Time: 8 pm
Location: Lindisfarne House, 4 Barbourne Terrace, Worcester WR1 3JS
No booking needed. No charge, but collection taken for costs. Coffee afterwards.