Dr Anna Sri is a core trainee psychiatrist at the Cornwall Partnership Trust. Anna is passionate about human rights and mental health. She is a leader of Geopsychiatry, an NGO (non-governmental organisation) which studies the impact of war conflict, climate change, public health issues, globalisation and foreign policy on mental health. She is a feminist and advocates for gender equal pay and end the motherhood penalty. She has a deep love for reading books and thrives in writing. In her leisure time, she performs ballet, practices calligraphy and is re-learning to speak French.
Anna Sri summarises a review which finds that violence against women and girls is exacerbated by natural disasters such as flooding, earthquakes or hurricanes.[read the full story...]
Anna Sri summarises a recent systemic review and meta-analysis led by Thomas Niederkrotenthaler, which explores the association between media reporting of suicide and actual suicidal behaviour in the community; a phenomenon known as the Werther effect.[read the full story...]
Anna Sri explores a recent Israeli study which suggests that people exposed to genocide are more likely to develop dementia, even when a range of confounders are accounted for.[read the full story...]
Anna Sri explores a recent longitudinal study exploring the links between mental disorders and intimate partner violence (IPV) perpetrated by men towards women, which finds that many psychiatric diagnoses were associated with an increased risk of IPV.[read the full story...]
In Anna Sri’s debut blog, she comments on a Finnish cohort study which examined the link between prenatal stress and diagnosis of personality disorder in offspring. The study concludes that the more severe the experience of prenatal stress, the increased likelihood of a later diagnosis of personality disorder in the offspring.[read the full story...]