The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.
Psychiatry is a field of Medicine deals with the Study of Mental Health disorders, diagnosis and its treatment. It focuses on detection, prevention, early treatment and resilience of an individual Mental Health. An individual mental health is influenced by both specific to an individual as well as interactions related to society, community, and family. Psychiatrists are medical doctors who specialize in diagnosis, treatment and prevention of emotional, mental and behaviour disorders. Researches related to Psychiatry seek to Understand and explain how we meditate, act and feel as well as diverse factors that can impact the human mind and behaviour.
- Track 1-1Social Psychiatry
- Track 1-2Sport Psychiatry
- Track 1-3Occupational Psychiatry
- Track 1-4Telepsychiatry
- Track 1-5Infant and Prenatal Mental Health
- Track 1-6Child Psychiatry
- Track 1-7Health & Psychiatry
- Track 1-8Clinical Psychiatry
- Track 1-9Emergency Psychiatry
- Track 1-10Neuropsychiatry
- Track 1-11Immunopsychiatry
Mental Health is the base for well-being and active functioning for an individual and for a Community. Neither mental nor physical health can exist alone. Mental, physical, and social functioning is interdependent. Mental health and mental illness are determined by various and interacting social, psychological, and biological factors, just as health and illness in general. Positive mental health has been variously conceptualized as a positive emotion (affect) such as feelings of happiness, a personality trait inclusive of the psychological resources of self-esteem and mastery, and as resilience, which is the capacity to cope with adversity. An aspect of good mental health is the capacity for mutually satisfying and enduring relationships.
- Track 2-1Infant and Prenatal Mental Health
- Track 2-2Promotion of Mental Health
- Track 2-3Migration and Mental Health of Immigrants
- Track 2-4Sexual Medicine and Mental Health
- Track 2-5Women's Mental Health
- Track 2-6Alcohol, Cannabis and Mental Health
- Track 2-7Gender Mental Health
- Track 2-8Psychiatric Social Work
- Track 2-9Mental Health Care
- Track 2-10Mental Health Policies
Mental disorder is a cause of disorder in brain that can change the mood, thinking or behaviour of an individual and it’s believed to cause of genetic, biological and environmental factors. Some of the most common mental illnesses include anxiety, depression, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. There is an unclear statement for causes of Mental illness but most of the mental illness where consider as heredity which is the passage of gene from parents to children in Families. The Mental illness might disturb the ability of a person like function, Communication with others. This state can be temporary, lasting a few months or years, or it may be chronic and affect the person their Perfect life. Successful treatments and Interventions are used to overcome mental illness/Mental disorder.
- Track 3-1The Interplay of Physical and Mental Health
- Track 3-2Mental Illness in Children
- Track 3-3Factors Causing Mental Illness/Disorder
- Track 3-4Gender Dysphoria
- Track 3-5Mental Health and Social Problems
- Track 3-6Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Track 3-7Terrorism and Mental Illness
- Track 3-8Treatment for Mental Illness
Child & adolescent psychiatry focus on the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mental disorders in children as well as adult. Child and adolescent psychiatry have the multidisciplinary channel disorder of emotion and behaviour that have their origins in neurophysiology, genetics, and in environmental factors that affect the child's growth and development. Most common childhood mental disorders are anxiety disorders, depression, and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Normally the children with mental disorder will have lower achievement in the education and great involvement in the criminal justice system. Various treatments are available for treating child mental disorder/mental illness including effective medications, educational or occupational interventions, as well as specific forms of psychotherapy. In a year almost one- fourth of children and teens experience some type of mental disorders.
- Track 4-1Brain & ADHD
- Track 4-2Behavioural Problems in Child and Youth
- Track 4-3Anxiety Disorders and Somatoform Disorders
- Track 4-4Neuro developmental Problems
- Track 4-5Eating Disorder and Learning Disabilities
- Track 4-6Chronic Fatigue Syndrome - Psychotropic Treatments
- Track 4-7Criticism in Child Psychiatry
Any behavioural that is out of control in some way is predicted to addiction. Some of the behavioural addiction likes alcoholism, amphetamine addiction, cocaine addiction, nicotine addiction, opiate addiction, food addiction, gambling addiction, and sexual addiction root cause of brain damage/brain disorder. Addiction may cause health problem as well as problems at work and with family members and friends. Addicted person manages his stress and other mental health problems with the therapy. Treatment may also include Hospitalization, Therapeutic communities or sober houses and Outpatient programs. Psychological Causes of Addiction could be sometimes individual indulges in Harmful behaviors because of an abnormality, or "psychopathology" that manifests itself as mental illness. Psychotherapy identifies, resolves psychological disorders and reconstructs the personality or improvises a person's cognitive and emotional functioning.
- Track 5-1Behavioral Addictions
- Track 5-2Pain and Addiction
- Track 5-3Forensic Issues in Addiction
- Track 5-4Substance Use Disorders in Youths and Adults
- Track 5-5Abuse vs Addictive Substance
- Track 5-6Addictions among Youth and Teen
- Track 5-7Addictive Rehabilitation
Suicidology focuses on suicidal behaviour and suicide prevention. Suicidology has multidisciplinary field most important two primary were considered has psychology and sociology. Studies states that mortal rate of sixteen per 100,000 or one death every forty seconds by suicide. Suicidal behaviour is complex and there is no single cause. In fact, several diverse factors subsidise to someone making a suicide attempt. In ratio Men are more likely to die by suicide than women for the women suicide is between the age of 45 and the men highest risk of suicide occurs at 75+ only.
- Track 6-1Suicide and Suicidal Behavior
- Track 6-2Suicidal Intent and Ideation
- Track 6-3Suicide Survivors and Postvention
- Track 6-4Non-Suicidal Self-Harm
- Track 6-5National Strategies and Suicide Prevention Centres
- Track 6-6Philosophy of Suicide
- Track 6-7Bullying and Youth Suicide
- Track 6-8Emergency Medicine and Suicide: Current Research and Future Directions
- Track 6-9Current Efforts on Military Suicide Prevention
The psychological effects of the pandemic are better described in terms of the medical and psychological issues that occurred before the pandemic and the path plastic impact of the pandemic on these issues; reactions to social isolation and lockdown; psychological reaction to the diagnosis, public response to those with suspected symptoms of COVID-19 infection. The social gap and lockdown have also contributed to many improvements in day-to-day activities, redistribution of homework, comprehensive work from home and more time spent with those who live together.
- Track 7-1Anxiety and Fear
- Track 7-2Stress
- Track 7-3Depression
- Track 7-4Emotional Disturbances
Positive Psychology is a positive aspect of human life, such as happiness, psychological well-being and flourishing. Positive Psychology focuses on the field of examining the conversion of ordinary people into happier and more fulfilled. Positive psychology can be beneficial in treating depression. Positive psychology can be beneficial in treating depression. PERMA (Positive Emotion, Engagement, Relationships, Meaning, and Achievement) is an acronym that stands for the five elements developed by Martin Seligman that account for what makes up the “good life”. A number of studies have explored that positive psychological traits are associated with improvement of mental health and physical health and longevity. Positive psychiatry contributes to the development of clinical, research, and educational requirements, significantly contributes to mental health promotions, attempt to have a fresh look‚ at the ‘mental health-mental illness’ paradigm to offer a ‘people-centric psychiatry.
- Track 8-1Positive Emotions and Positive Individual Traits
- Track 8-2Principles of Positive Psychology
- Track 8-3Science of Happiness
- Track 8-4Positive Education
- Track 8-5Positive Emotions & Positive Workplace
- Track 8-6Positive Resonance and Loving - Kindness
- Track 8-7Mindscapes and Outcomes of Positivity
- Track 8-8Positive Psychotherapy
- Track 8-9Spirituality and Philosophy
- Track 8-10Happiness and Well-Being
Stress is primarily psychological perception of pressure. Stress releases powerful neurochemicals and hormones that prepare us for action (to fight or flee).It causes change in the body and also affects the emotion .Stress linked with some of the heart related disease like coronary artery disease, heart attack, and heart failure. Extreme reaction to stress causes panic attack. Situations and pressures that cause stress are known as stressors. Stress response begins in the brain stress might be positive; motivating force that can improve the quality of our lives at sometimes they are called Eustress. Stress evokes various response like physiological, cognitive (e.g. Difficulty concentrating or making decision) and behavioral.
- Track 9-1Stress Causes and Types
- Track 9-2Physiological and Emotional Effect of Stress
- Track 9-3Traumatic Stress & Psychotrauma
- Track 9-4Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Track 9-5Stress and Insomnia
- Track 9-6Stress Response and Relaxation Response
- Track 9-7Stress Medication and Management
Schizophrenia is a long-lasting and severe mental disorder that disturbs the person thinking, feelings, and behavior. People with schizophrenia may appear like they have lost touch with reality. It is characterized by delusions, hallucinations, and other cognitive problems, schizophrenia can often be a lifelong fight. Schizophrenia has three phases – prodromal (or beginning), acute (or active) and recovery (or residual). Psychiatrists evaluate signs, examinations, and medical history, and recommend medicines and psychotherapy for treatment. Schizophrenia generally tends to occur between age group of 16 and 30. Development of the symptoms occurs very slowly, such that individual cannot know that it has been developing.
- Track 10-1Paranoid Schizophrenia
- Track 10-2Schizoaffective Disorder
- Track 10-3Catatonic Schizophrenia
- Track 10-4Disorganized Schizophrenia
- Track 10-5Residual Schizophrenia
Psychotherapy is the use of psychological methods to help a person to change mood and overcome problems in preferred way. It is the method of working with licensed therapist to develop positive thinking and coping skills and treat mental health issues such as mental illness and trauma. The main objective is to improve an individual’s mental health and well-being, to ease or decide troublesome behaviours, compulsions, thoughts or emotions and to improve the Social skills and relationships. Some mental disorders are diagnosed by using certain Psychotherapies, it is also considered as evidence based for treating psychological disorders. A psychotherapist interacts with patients to initiate change in the patient's thoughts, feelings, and behavior through adaptation. Psychotherapists provide treatment in individual and group settings.
- Track 11-1Regulations in Psychotherapy
- Track 11-2Difference types in Psychotherapy
- Track 11-3Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Track 11-4Family-Focused Therapy
- Track 11-5Interpersonal and Social Rhythm Therapy
- Track 11-6Psycho education
- Track 11-7Person-Centered Psychotherapy
Forensic Psychiatry is a branch of psychiatry which deals with the law, assessment and treatment of mentally disordered offenders, the support and assistance of the court and related agencies. It includes mental disordered offenders in prisons, secure hospitals and community. It is also concerned with the ethics of psychiatry, predictions, if possible, the enhancement if seriousness and the contribution of psychiatry to criminology and penology. It needs sophisticated understanding between mental health and law interfaces. In forensic psychiatry, the two main areas of criminal evaluation are Competency to Stand trial (CST) and Mental State at the Time of the Offense (MSO). The work of forensic psychiatry is mostly deals with courts in assessing a person’s competency to stand trial, defences based on mental disorders.
- Track 12-1Criminal Evaluations in Forensic Psychiatry
- Track 12-2Ethics and Psychiatry
- Track 12-3Psychiatry in Criminal and Civil Law
- Track 12-4Criminology
- Track 12-5Law and Psychiatric Problems in Children's
- Track 12-6Witness Psychology
- Track 12-7Psychotherapy to Criminals
- Track 12-8Human Rights and Privileges of Mental Illness Persons
Psychosis is Condition in which the person experiences delusions, hallucinations, breaks from reality, and a variety of other extreme behavioral disturbances. It is a symptom of serious mental disorders. This is severe enough that the person typically has to be institutionalized. The people suffering from psychosis can also have thoughts those are different to actual evidence. These thoughts are called as delusions. Sometimes they also experiences loss of motivation and social withdrawal. These experiences can be frightening. People with psychosis may hurt themselves or others. Medicine and therapies are helpful in treating psychosis.
- Track 13-1Psychotic Disorders
- Track 13-2Menstrual Psychosis
- Track 13-3Psychoactive Drugs
- Track 13-4Counselling for Psychosis
- Track 13-5Psychosis Therapy
- Track 13-6CBT for Psychosis
- Track 13-7Affective Disorder
Personality states a person’s habit, attitudes as well as physical traits which are not same but have vary from group to group and society to society, everyone has personality, which may be good or bad, impressive or unimpressive. It also defined as a combination of an individual thoughts, characteristics, behaviors, attitude, idea and habits. Personality disorder is a state where the person’s attitudes, beliefs and behaviors cause became long lasting problems in their life. They are different types of personality disorders which are grouped into three categories such as Suspicious, Anxious and Emotional & impulsive. Persons suffering from personality disorder have struggle related to other folks and situation, this can a cause major problem in a person’s personal and professional life.
- Track 14-1Mindfulness in Mood Disorders
- Track 14-2Major depressive disorder & Medication
- Track 14-3Personality Disorder and its Types
- Track 14-4Physical Illness and Depression
- Track 14-5Advances in Treatment of Resistant Depression
- Track 14-6Sign of Mood Disorder
- Track 14-7Social Behaviour
- Track 14-8Personality Development & Personal Behaviour
- Track 14-9Overcoming of Social and Personal Issues
Dementia is a persistent Neurodegenerative condition in which the mental functioning and personality is completely impaired.It results in a progressive loss of memory which affects people's lifestyle. Dementia is not a single illness entity but the symptoms group. Common symptoms include changes in personality, lack of recognition, emotional issues, failure sense of direction.
Alzheimer's society reports that about 50 million people live with Dementia, and it is also reported that a person develops Dementia for every three seconds. Dementia prevails in the medicine field as one of the priority factors. Dementia is main leading cause of death in England and Wales over heart diseases. Alzheimer's disease is 6th leading cause of death in the USA
- Track 15-1Neuro Cognitive and Neuro Degenerative Disorders
- Track 15-2Types of Dementia
- Track 15-3Neurogenesis in Dementia
- Track 15-4Global Prevalence of Dementia
- Track 15-5Topical Researches on Dementia
The technique used for assessing an individual’s personality, behavior, cognitive abilities and other fields called psychological evaluation. The main aim of modern psychological evaluations is to understand someone’s psychological life that can be inhibiting their ability to feel or behave in more proper or positive ways. It is mental equivalent of physical examination. The set of tests administered to evaluate behavior, personality and capabilities of individuals called psychological assessment. The test battery varies depending upon the referral question(s), and can include a structured interview, assessment of intellectual capability, learning/processing measures, measures of attention and memory, academic achievement measures, projective measures, self-report surveys, parent and third-party checklists, and possibly in vivo observations. Testing sessions are typically scheduled during the morning when most people function at their best.
- Track 16-1Different Methods in Psychological Assessments
- Track 16-2Psychological Assessment Tools
- Track 16-3Psychological Assessment in Adults
- Track 16-4Psychiatric Assessment & Evaluation for Children
- Track 16-5Psychoanalysis
- Track 16-6Clinical & Forensic Assessment
- Track 16-7New Strategies in Psychological Evaluation
Psychosocial Rehabilitation aims to provide the optimal level of functioning of individuals and societies, and the minimization of disabilities and handicaps, stressing individuals' choices on how to live successfully in the community. It implies both improving individuals' competencies and introducing environmental changes in order to create a life of the best quality possible for people who have experienced a mental disorder, or who have an impairment of their mental capacity which produces a certain level of disability. PSR is complex and ambitious because it encompasses many different sectors and levels, from mental hospitals to homes and work settings. Hence it encompasses society as a whole. Nonetheless, it is an essential and integral part of the total management of persons disabled by mental disorders.
- Track 17-1Features of Psycho Social Rehabilitation
- Track 17-2PSR Approaches in the Major Life Domains
- Track 17-3PSR and Recovery
- Track 17-4Psycho-Social Rehabilitation combined with other Clinical Approaches
- Track 17-5Family Involvement and Support - Family Psycho Educational Interventions
- Track 17-6Peer Support and Peer Delivered Approaches
The people with mental health conditions are mostly plagued by discrimination as well as stigma. Stigma is a negative stereotype which sets a person apart from others. It is a reality for people with mental illness and they report that how others judge them is one of their extreme barriers to entire life. The stigma of mental illness is often interconnected to circumstance than to a person’s appearance, remains a dominant negative attribute in Social relation. Stigma differs from discrimination. Discrimination is the behaviour of negative stereotype. They are two types of Mental Health stigma. The individuals with mental illness are characterized by prejudicial attitudes and discriminating behaviour as a result of the psychiatric label they have been given called Social Stigma. In Contrast, Perceived stigma or self-stigma is the internalizing of their perceptions of discrimination by the mental health sufferer.
- Track 18-1Social Stigma
- Track 18-2Perceived Stigma or Self-Stigma
- Track 18-3Factors Affecting Stigma
- Track 18-4Stigma and Discrimination
- Track 18-5Overcoming Stigma
- Track 18-6Prevention of Stigma Mental Health
Psychiatric or Mental health Nursing selected position of a nursing , which has specialized in mental health and cares for people with mental illness such as psychosis, schizophrenia, depression, bipolar disorder, dementia and many more. Nurses in this field will receive particular training in psychological therapies, building a therapeutic alliance, dealing with exciting behavior, and the psychiatric medication administration. Psychiatric nurses are experts in crisis intervention, mental health, medications and therapies to assist patients in mastering mental illnesses. They work closely with them so that they can live as productive and fulfilling lives as possible.
- Track 19-1Cultural, Legal and Ethnic Considerations
- Track 19-2Building the Nurse -Client Relationship
- Track 19-3Therapeutic Interventions
- Track 19-4Nursing Practice for Psychiatric Disorders
- Track 19-5Advancing Psychiatric Nursing Practice
Till now health systems are not yet effectively reacted to the burden of mental disorders as importance, the gap between the necessity of the treatment and the facility is great around the globe. In developing and under developed countries, the number of general and specialized health workers related to mental health is completely inadequate. The main objectives of the health plan are to support active management and authority for mental health, to offer complete incorporated and approachable mental health services in community-based settings, to implement policies for advertising and prevention in mental health, to support evidence system, information and research for psychiatry.
- Track 20-1Health Policy & Planning to Improve Equity and Reduce Discrimination
- Track 20-2Investing in Health Reform
- Track 20-3Supported Decision Making in Mental Health Care
- Track 20-4Mental Health, Migration and Displacement
- Track 20-5Mental Health of Refugees and Asylum Seekers
- Track 20-6Partnerships with Communities and Professions
The psychological intervention for individual’s with mental disorders, including its recent advances in the field. It also helps in identifying the barriers to the adoption of evidence-based psychosocial treatments in community-based system of care and the promising technologies (computers, web, mobile phone, and emerging technologies), to significantly improve the treatments. Technology-based interventions may provide “on-demand,” universal access to therapeutic support in diverse settings. Specific forms of therapies, family-based treatment and other psychological & Pharmacological treatment have consolidated and extended their positions as treatments of choice despite the development of novel approaches.
- Track 21-1Early Intervention Strategies
- Track 21-2Innovative Psychological Treatments
- Track 21-3Advances in Pharmacological Treatments
- Track 21-4Innovative Social Therapies
- Track 21-5Exercise and Mental Health
- Track 21-6New Technologies for Promoting Mental Health & Preventing Ill-Health
- Track 21-7e-health and Mobile Technologies for Treating Mental Disorders
Clinical trials are investigation studies that test how well new medical methods work in people. Each study answers technical queries and attempts to find better ways to prevent, monitor for, analyse, or treat a disease. Clinical trials may also associate a new treatment to a treatment that is already available. Every clinical trial has a protocol, or procedure, for conducting the trial. The plan describes what will be done in the study, how it will be conducted, and why each part of the study is necessary. Each study has its own rules about who can take part. Some studies need volunteers with a certain disease. Some need healthy people. Others want just men or just women. Its role is to
• Make sure that the study is proper
• Protect the rights and welfare of the members
• Make sure that the hazards are sensible when associated to the potential benefits
- Track 22-1Clinical Practice
- Track 22-2Data Management
- Track 22-3Data Analytic Procedures