Raj Persaud discusses the role and use of power in daily life. Power exists in every relationship and interaction, whether it is someone asking for change or campaigning for votes, people wield power to achieve the outcome they desire.
Mr. Persaud dissects some of the applications of power, and proposes how it can be manipulated to benefit society.
Raj Persaud is a Consultant Psychiatrist and Senior Lecturer at The Maudsley Hospitals and Institute of Psychiatry in London which are the leading teaching, research and clinical institutions in psychiatry in Europe.
He also holds a degree in psychology that he obtained with First Class Honours, and in addition he has been awarded over eight degrees and diplomas including a Master's in Statistics.
He has been recognized for the innovative nature of his research by the receipt of numerous academic awards and prizes including the prestigious Royal College of Psychiatrists Research Medal and Prize and The Maudsley Hospital's own Denis Hill Prize plus the exclusive medical award, the Osler Medal.