Dr Joshua Maduwuba has always been fascinated with medicine of the mind. As such, after graduating from medical school, he decided to specialise in psychiatry.
Dr Joshua completed his training in General Adult Psychiatry from the London, Kent, Surrey, and Sussex deanery. He also obtained a postgraduate qualification in clinical neuropsychiatry.
He currently works as a Consultant Psychiatrist in the Adult community mental health services for OXLEAS NHS Foundation Trust and consults privately at Private Therapy Clinic, Harley Street.
Dr Joshua Maduwuba is the Clinical Lead at the NHS community mental health team.
He is an experienced adult psychiatrist but also works with young people experiencing emotional challenges on the threshold of adulthood.
He has been involved in Mental Health Act Assessments as a Section 12(2) doctor and has prepared reports for and given evidence as a Responsible Clinician at Mental Health Tribunals. In addition to this, he has become competent in the preparation of reports for the courts, and in the assessment of mentally disordered offenders in prison, secure settings, and other acute units. He has been preparing medico-legal reports since 2015, however, his main areas of interest are personal injury, clinical negligence, and brain injuries.
- Stammering and Bipolar disorder – Irish Psychological Medicine 2010
- Prevention of Suicide and Homicide Service Evaluation project – 2012
- GP Mental Health Advice Helpline Service Evaluation project – 2015
- Royal College of Psychiatrists, Medical Protection Society, UK Adult ADHD network, British Medical Association. British Association of Psychopharmacology.
- Bond Solon Certificate for Expert witness.
Dr Joshua’s aims:
- to provide a patient-centred, evidence-based service, enabling excellent care
- to implement critically assessed innovation for healthcare in the 21st century
What treatments does Dr Joshua offer?
Attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD -Mainly) and other common mental health conditions.
What approaches does Dr Joshua offer for adult ADHD assessments?