Dr. Henri-Bhargava is a neurologist with fellowship training in behavioural neurology, as well as a master’s degree in Health Practitioner Teacher Education. He works in Victoria where his outpatient practice is focused on cognitive disorders. He oversees clinical trials related to these conditions, as well as health systems research to develop better assessment and treatment strategies for cognitive disorders, as medical director of the Neil and Susan Manning Cognitive Health Initiative, a donor-funded collaboration between Island Health, the University of Victoria, and UBC.
Dr. Henri-Bhargava is also the primary lead for neurology education in Victoria, where he co-ordinates the undergraduate and postgraduate rotations in neurology. He oversees the Island Medical Program’s ambulatory internal medicine rotation for medical students in their clerkship year.