Theme: Post Covid-19 Challenges on Mental Health

Psychiatry Conference 2021

Psychiatry Conference 2021

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We take the pleasure to proudly present “2nd World Congress on Psychiatry and Psychology slated during July 22-23, 2021. This conference is going to be an virtual/online conference which will mainly focus on PsychiatryPsychology, and Mental Health disturbances that the people around the world is facing after the pandemic caused due to Corona virus outbreak in the year 2020. The discussing theme for the conference will be Post Covid-19 challenges on mental health".

Who should attend?

The Psychiatry Conference 2021 is an annual meeting which invites:

  • Psychiatrists
  • Psychological committees
  • Psychologists
  • Mental health practitioners
  • Nurses
  • Medical Officers
  • Doctors
  • Neurologists
  • Neuro-sugeons
  • Head of Psychiatry Organizations
  • Professors
  • PhD scholars
  • Young Researchers
  • Students and interested participants

Why to attend?

We are trying to gather world class psychiatrists and speakers with their talks and suggestions & discussions among the international keynote speakers, speakers, researchers and etc. This conference is primarily focused to discuss the future of the Psychiatry, Psychological Syndromes, advancements, therapy and issues we are facing after the corona virus out break and the challenges that the patients and people across the world are facing due to the fear of malignant spread of the virus.

Psychiatry Conference 2021 Highlights include:

  • Webinar Opening Ceremony
  • Introduction session
  • Keynote sessions
  • Scientific speaker sessions
  • Poster sessions
  • Young research forum session
  • Scientific discussion
  • Virtual Photo sessions
  • Virtual discussion and networking
  • Accepted abstracts will be published in the respective open access Journals
  • Abstracts will be published with DOI number by Cross Ref
  • Registrants will get a chance for full length paper publication (On special registration)
  • Speaker & abstract pages created in Google under your name will be visible to 35K researchers across the globe
  • Advertisement of your Industrial Representations/ Companies
  • Group Registration benefits
  • E-posters (can be published on our website)
  • Media Partnership/ Collaborations

Our Supporters:

  • Psychologists and Psychiatrists
  • Public Health professionals
  • Mental Health Professionals
  • NGO Workers
  • Scientists
  • Academic scientists
  • Industry researchers
  • Psychiatry researchers

We warmly welcome your presence in the psychiatry online conference to explore your research on recent psychiatry and mental health studies to make the coming webinar the best of others.

Track 1:Psychiatry and Psychology

Psychology and Psychiatry are professions that supplement each other in the study, and treatment of mental health problems. The two of them cover the huge areas of research in the complex web of human behavior, in both normal and abnormal cases.

Psychology is generally the Science of the Mind. It is the scientific study of how the human mind works and it emphasises on how the physical brain interact personality, intellect, environment, life experience and brain chemistry work together and help creating a unique individual. Psychiatry is the part of medication that is worried about the agreement, appraisal, analysis, and treatment of issues of the brain. The problems can include feelings, conduct, insights, and perception (thinking). Psychiatry is one of the most varied, interesting, and rewarding specialties in medicine. Every day can be different and every patient seen is unique.

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Track 2:Covid-19 outbreak and Mental health

Loss, confinement, loss of pay, and fear are setting off enthusiastic well-being conditions or intensifying existing ones. Such people may be going up against/confronting expanded degrees of liquor and medication use, a sleeping disorder, and nervousness. In the meantime, COVID-19 itself can provoke neurological and mental challenges, for instance, daze, agitation, and stroke. People with earlier mental, neurological, or substance use issues are in like manner more powerless against SARS-CoV-2 contamination ̶ they may stand a higher danger of genuine outcomes and even demise.

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Track 3:The role of psychiatrists during Covid-19

After the sudden outbreak of pandemic has created widespread panic and anxiety, psychiatrists played vital role in supporting the well-being of those affected and their families, the at risk healthcare staffs as well as the general public. Mental health workers did their best and still doing their best giving people quality knowledge on how to control fear, anxiety and depression.

Track 4:Covid-19 and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder(PTSD)

Psychological trauma is common and 60 to 80% people experience this during their lifetime. The reactions to a trauma can include intrusive thoughts, nightmares, avoidance of reminders of the trauma, self-blame, being “on edge,” concern for safety, irritability, and concentration problems. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a condition that can develop after experiencing a psychological trauma when these reactions persist for a month or more and cause substantial distress and disruption in one’s life. PTSD is much less common than trauma exposure.

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Track 5:Post-Intensive Care Syndrome (PICS)

There are so many things going on since the Covid-19 outbreak has started but one thing that did not get any spotlight what happens to the corona patients after they are discharged from critical care. There is a common assumption going viral among people that, when someone tests negative after the detection of the coronavirus and gets discharged after treatment, the problem is resolved. But PICS may be the next public health crisis when the covid-19 issue settles down a bit.

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Track 6:Effect of Covid-19 on the Brain

According to research, it is clear that “the presence of neurological problems remains an open question till now, but it’s safe to conclude that “neurological problems are not rare for Covid-19 patients,”  and estimates say that 30% to 50% of hospitalized patients have neurological issues.The first of these side effects may be the deficiency of smell and taste, while a few groups likewise may later fight cerebral pains, incapacitating weariness, and inconvenience thinking plainly here and there alluded to as "cerebrum haze." All of these indications have scientists considering how precisely the Covid causes COVID-19.

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Track 7:Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

After the coronavirus pandemic started, It has been indicated that compared to adults, this pandemic may continue to have increased long-term adverse consequences on children and adolescents (Shen et al., 2020). The nature and extent of the impact on this age group depending on many vulnerability factors such as the developmental age, current educational status, having special needs, pre-existing mental health condition, being economically underprivileged and child/ parent being quarantined due to infection or fear of infection

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Track 8:Cognitive, Behavioural and Emotional Psychology

There are so many researches that enhance the existing literature on the emotional and mental health of COVID-19 patients and affected persons who have spent prolonged time intervals in self-isolation or quarantine. Psychological conduct treatment centers around changing the programmed negative musings that can add to and deteriorate enthusiastic troubles, sadness, and nervousness. These unconstrained negative contemplations impact disposition.

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Track 9: Women Mental Health and Illness In times of Covid-19

The current global pandemic and the novel social situations like lockdown, isolation and quarantine have hit women badly with affecting their mental health even worse. Though the initial reports were not in favour of any vertical transmission of COVID-19 from the mother to the Infant during pregnancy, the recent researches say the contrary. i.e. Pregnant women infected by the viruses are found to develop severe forms of the disease, with increased risk of preterm deliveries, abortions and perinatal and maternal mortality. Also, women are more likely to lose job or financial independence when resources are limited; more likely to lose their school or education as a whole when more support needed in family, or education is only technology based.

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Track 10:Social Psychology and Covid-19

As the pandemic has led to a massive global public health campaign to slow the spread of the virus, the increase of hand washing, reduced face touching, wearing masks in public and physical distancing has become natural and the new normal. While, development of pharmaceutical interventions for COVID-19 is under way, the social and behavioural science can provide valuable insights for managing the pandemic and its impacts on public mental health.

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Track 11:Psychiatric Disorders or Psychological Syndromes

During the corona virus pandemic it has been studied that, people are more confused of the mental health crisis that has been increasing day by day. If the mental health problems are becoming psychiatric disorders or it is just the psychological syndromes that will go away with the control over Covid-19 after the vaccines come to its action.

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Track 12:Rehabilitation after Covid-19

Rehabilitation is important for patients with coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) infection. We conducted a review of the most recent reports on mental health treatments. The complexity of the clinical setting and the speed of spread of the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus, which leads to rapid occupation of beds in the intensive care unit, make it necessary to discharge patients with Covid-19 who have mild symptoms as soon as possible.

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Track 13:Impact of lockdown on mental health

In addition to various psychological problems like depression, anxiety, and panic disorder, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused more severe threats to the lives and physical health of people around the globe. In response to the problems created by the pandemic, various public health strategies and measures has been taken. Such as isolation of infected or at-risk persons, reduction of social contact, and simple hygiene like frequent hand wash, have been advised to reduce the risk of infection. Although isolation helped in achieving the goal of reducing infections, but it resulted in reduced access to family, friends, and other social support systems causes loneliness increasing mental issues like anxiety and depression.

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Track 14:Psychological effect of PPE and isolation rooms

Once the Corona virus has started people around the globe has been running after saving their own life and taking measures that are safe. The prevention measures have been taken by the government and people had to follow the measures for the safety. But It has created a panic situation everywhere and left people with confusion whether these safety measures are useful or not, shall we follow these precautions or not. PPE kits created many health issues among the healthcare workers. Respiratory illness to other health conditions and still it is a mandate for the health care workers. These PPE kits created mental illness among the health care division.

Likely the isolation rooms were designed to keep the infected persons isolated from the world including, family friends and near ones. But in the time of isolation the mental health of the patient as well as the family got affected severely. Anxiety, dread, fright, fear of losing life and loosing dear ones are a matter of top concern and after recovering also people faced anxiety attacks and some went into depression and so many mental conditions have been developed.

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Track 15:Researches and current case studies on Psychiatry and Mental Health

During the pandemic, adverse mental health consequences, including anxiety and depression, have been widely predicted but not yet accurately measured. A range of physical health risk factors for COVID-19 are there, but it is not known if there are also psychiatric risk factors or not. Still researches are going on and it is yet to be disclosed that, what is the total estimated mental health issues have been diagnosed and treated carefully and how many are still undiagnosed. There are many researches going on and new studies are still carried out each day.

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Psychiatry includes different mental health conditions starting from neuropsychiatry to general psychiatric conditions to psychological health. During this pandemic this mental health condition has become more serious and it could become the next public health crisis in no time. Psychiatry meetings try to focus on all these mental conditions focusing on all the states of mind. Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being and it helps us to determine how we handle stress and make choices.

The global psychiatrists market reached a value of nearly $197.0 billion in 2019, having grown at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.0% since 2015, and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.9% to reach nearly $256.9 billion by 2023.

The key driver of the psychiatrists market includes government Initiatives for Mental Health Reforms. For example, in December 2016, the US federal introduced the 21st Century Cures Act, a healthcare package bill, which includes many mental health, substance use, and criminal justice provisions. This provision authorizes $4.8 billion over ten years to address mental health parity. In 2018, the Indian government allocated INR 500 million ($7.7 million) to ensure the availability of minimum mental health care for all - “the National Mental Health Programme”.

In European countries the mental health services are characterized by the persistence of asylum-type care. The European countries generally show slow changes towards the modernization of their mental healthcare systems. Among the countries Chez Republic is one among those countries where steps towards mental health have been initiated very recently. As compared to western European countries, mental health services in the Czech Republic are not as well financed, although GDP in the Czech Republic is substantially higher and their funding being comparable with Eastern European countries.

According to the UZIS statistics (2017), the most frequent psychiatric diagnosis are neurotic disorder (4%), followed by mood disorders (18%) and then disorders caused by addictive substances and schizophrenia (some 8% each). A report suggested that, the Czech Republic’s health minister has outlined a plan to reform the country’s long-neglected psychiatric health care. The emphasis should be shifted to a network of mental health centres from large psychiatric institutions that would serve patients locally. Up to one third of psychiatric patients could be transferred to the centres by 2030. That means Czech mental health care to undergo major reform very soon we can say that.

Psychiatry Conference 2021

Psychiatrists Market Segmentation has been done by the type of mental disorders (Alcohol Abuse, Psychoactive Substance Use, Schizophrenia, Schizotypal And Delusional Disorders, Anxiety And Depression and etc. ), type of patients (inpatient/ Outpatient), by geography i.e. country wise. North America is the largest market for psychiatrists, accounting for 47.9% of the global market. It was followed by Western Europe, Asia Pacific, South America, Middle East, Eastern Europe and Africa. Going forward, Middle East and Africa will be the fastest growing regions in the psychiatrists market.

Psychiatrists Competitive Landscape: The Major Competitors are:

  • UK NHS
  • Universal Health Services
  • Massachusetts General Hospital
  • New-York Presbyterian University Hospital
  • Mayo Clinic
  • Johns Hopkins Hospital

Other Competitors Include:

  • McLean Hospital
  • Mental Health and Neurosciences
  • Vidyasagar Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences
  • Central Institute of Psychiatry
  • Institute of Behaviour and Allied Sciences
  • Wenzhou Kangning Hospital
  • National Center For Neurology and Psychiatry
  • The University of Tokyo Hospital
  • Baillie Henderson Hospital
  • Graylands Hospital
  • National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences
  • Seiwa Hospital
  • Tokyo Metropolitan Matsuzawa Hospital
  • University of Tokyo Hospital
  • Tokyo Saiseikai Central Hospital
  • St. Luke's International Hospital
  • Nightingale Hospital
  • Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust
  • East London NHS Foundation Trust
  • Forest Independent Hospital
  • Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry
  • Bethel Foundation
  • Psychiatric Hospital Doctor Gheorghe Preda
  • Psychiatric Clinic of General Faculty Hospital (Czech republic)
  • Kursk Clinical Psychiatric Hospital
  • Menninger Clinic
  • Sheppard Pratt Health System
  • Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital
  • The Center for Addiction and Mental health
  • The Royal
  • Hospital Aleman
  • Hospital Britanico
  • Al Zahra Hospital Dubai
  • Al Amal Psychiatric Complex
  • King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre
  • Hunterscraig Psychiatric Clinic
  • Kirkwood Sanatorium
  • Dr F Mohomed, Denmar Specialist Psychiatrist Hospital (PTY) Ltd
  • Umzimzulu Hospital

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