Bibire Baykeens

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Bibire is a fourth-year medical student at the University of Plymouth who has firm plans to pursue a career in academic psychiatry. She is president of the Plymouth Psychiatry Society and one of the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ 2020/21 Psych Stars. Bibire is passionate about mental health and the provision of high-quality services and is in the process of training to become a Crisis Volunteer for the crisis text service, Shout. Her areas of interest include neuropsychiatry, BME mental health, and child and adolescent mental health. In her spare time, Bibire enjoys reading, cooking, and dance.


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The ‘syndemics’ theory: a better explanation for ethnic disparities in the incidence and prevalence of psychosis?


Today Bibire Baykeens looks into ethnic disparities in psychotic experiences explained by area-level syndemic effects; a brand new paper in the British Journal of Psychiatry.

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