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Psychiatry and Psychological Disorders
Psychiatry and Psychological Disorders is the examination and treatment of psychological instability, enthusiastic unsettling influences and strange conduct. Psychiatry is one of the most established therapeutic claims to fame, but on the other hand is a standout amongst the most energizing wildernesses of medication. A psychological disorder is a pattern of behavioural or psychological symptoms that impact multiple life areas and create distress for the person experiencing these symptoms. Relatively recent research has revealed that psychological disorders are far more widespread than previously believed. Approximately 150 different psychological disorders as well as disorders that fall under a category of similar or related disorder subtypes.
- Perinatal psychiatry
- Rehabilitation psychiatry
- Somatoform disorders
- Sleep disorders
- Anxiety disorders
- Personality disorders.
Psychology and Psychological Resilience
Psychology is the study of the mind and behaviour, according to the American Psychological Association. It is the study of the mind, how it works, and how it affects behaviour. Mental health condition of an individual may benefit from assessment and treatment with a licensed psychologist. Psychologists do not concentrate on prescribing medicines but focus widely on therapeutic approaches such as psychotherapy and treating with behavioural intervention for emotional and mental suffering patients. Psychological resilience is termed as an individual's ability to adapt for stress and adversity. Psychological resilience is one's ability to bounce back from a negative experience. It is recognized in an average individual and it can be learned and virtually developed by any individual. It emerged as a major theoretical and research topic from the studies of children of schizophrenic mothers.
- Biological Models of Resilience
- Approaches to Resilience
- Resilience and Ability
- Clinical psychology
- Cognitive psychology
- Health psychology
- Occupational and social psychology
- Forensic psychology
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Child and Adolescent psychiatry is a branch of psychiatry that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mental disorders in children, adolescents, and their families.It investigates the bio psychosocial factors that influence the development and course of these psychiatric disorders and treatment responses to various interventions. The science of healing or curing disorders of the psyche in children(those below 12 years of age).So is the psychiatry concerned with Adolescents i.e., Adolescent Psychiatry.
- Infant Psychiatry
- Pastoral Psychiatry
- Descriptive Psychiatry
- Social Psychiatry
- Dynamic Psychiatry
- Forensic Psychiatry
Neuroscience and Neuropsychiatry
Neuroscience is an interdisciplinary science that works closely with other disciplines, such as mathematics, linguistics,engineering,computer science, chemistry, philosophy, psychology, and medicine. Neuroscientists study the cellular, functional, behavioral, evolutionary, computational, molecular, cellular, and medical aspects of the nervous system. Neuropsychiatry is combination of both Neurology and Psychiatry which focuses on disorders related to mental health, in which many cases were revealed to be originated from a recognizable malfunction in the brain.
- Neurotic Disorders
- Neurological Disorders
- Behavioral neuroscience.
- Developmental neuroscience.
- Cognitive neuroscience.
Mental Health and Well-being
Mental health and Well-being includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. Mental health is not just the absence of mental disorder. It is defined as a state of well-being in which every individual realizes his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his community. Spending time in green space or bringing nature into your everyday life can benefit both your mental and physical wellbeing
- Family history of mental health problems
- Indigenous Wellbeing
- Human health
- Social Work in mental health
- Happiness and subjective wellbeing
- Positive Psychology
- Philosophy and resilience
- Positive education and wellness coaching
Research, Education and Case Studies on Mental Health
The Department of Mental Health Education aims to promote the health and wellbeing of individuals and communities through excellence in teaching, research, and service in the area of mental and neurological disorders. The Department, founded in 1987, is an integral part of the institute and actively involved in teaching, research and training activities in the field of health education. As per world Health Organization (WHO), there are more than 450 million individuals with mental, neurological, or behavioural issues around the world (WHO, 2005a). Psychological wellness issues are assessed to represent 13% of the worldwide weight of sickness, chiefly from unipolar and bipolar disorder, liquor and substance-utilize disarranges, schizophrenia, and dementia. In any case, in numerous nations, emotional wellness is concurred a low need; for instance, a 2005 WHO examination found that about 33% of low-salary nations who detailed a psychological well-being spending plan spent under 1% of their aggregate wellbeing spending plan on emotional wellness. To promote health, prevent diseases/conditions, facilitate timely and informed care, and foster rehabilitation.
- Mental Health across Life Span
- New Approaches to Mental Health
- Drug Addiction in Mental Illness
- Stress response syndromes
- Impulse control and addiction disorders
- Use of New Technology in Mental Health Education
- Mental Health, Awareness and Development
Stress, Anxiety and Depression
Stress is mental tension caused by demanding, taxing or burdensome circumstances. Stress doesn't just affect our mental state and mood; it affects our physical health as well. When we are very stressed, a hormone called cortisol is released into our bloodstream, suppressing the functioning of our immune, digestive and reproductive systems. When the stress response fails to shut off and reset after a difficult situation has passed, it can lead to depression in susceptible people. Depression is a common but serious mood disorder. A person's thoughts, behavior, tendencies, feelings, and sense of well-being are all affected. Depressed mood is also a symptom of some mood disorders such as major depressive disorder (MDD) or dysthymia. Melancholia is a state of low mood and aversion to daily activity. Anxiety is an inclination depicted by a hostile state of internal turmoil, every now and again took after by anxious conduct, for instance, rumination, and so forth. It is the subjectively irritating feelings of dread, for instance, feeling of downfall. Pressure isn't the same as fear, which is a response to an honest to goodness or saw incite hazard, while apprehension or uneasiness is suspecting future risk.
- Mental Illness.
- Chronic stress
- Occupational stress
- Cognitive theory of depression
- Behavioral theories of depression
- Biology of depression
- Evolutionary approaches to depression
- Generalized anxiety disorder
- Phobia & its treatment
Self-harm and Suicide Prevention
Self-harm is also commonly known as self-injurious behaviour (SIB), self-mutilation, non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI), deliberate self-harm (DSH), self-abuse, and self-inflicted violence. It has been defined as “a preoccupation with deliberately hurting oneself without conscious suicidal intent, often resulting in damage to body tissue” Suicide is defined as intentionally taking one’s own life Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death worldwide and rates of completed suicide are higher in men than women – with men up to four times more likely to kill themselves than women. Suicide prevention methods and treatment are based on patient risk factors. Treatments are prescribed in light of underlying conditions in addition to prevention of suicidal thoughts and acts. If you are suffering from a mental disorder, a treatment plan to treat this condition is implemented first. One of the most common suicide prevention techniques is psychotherapy.
- Self-injurious Behaviour (SIB)
- Childhood Sexual or Physical Abuse
- Childhood Trauma and Illness
- Awareness Raising and Campaigning
- Suicide Prevention, Intervention, & Postvention
- Partnering to Prevent Youth Suicide
- Mental Health Medications
- Suicidal Behaviors
- Ongoing Research and Statistics
- Risk Factors and Warning Signs
Addiction, Opioids, Substance Abuse and Recovery
Addiction is a physical or psychological need to do, take or use something, to the point where it could be harmful to you. Addiction is a condition in which a person engages in the use of a substance or in a behaviour for which the rewarding effects provide a compelling incentive to repeatedly pursue the behaviour despite detrimental consequences. Opioids trigger the release of endorphins, your brain's feel-good neurotransmitters. Endorphins muffle your perception of pain and boost feelings of pleasure, creating a temporary but powerful sense of well-being. When you take opioids repeatedly over time, your body slows its production of endorphins. The same dose of opioids stops triggering such a strong flood of good feelings. This is called tolerance. Opioid use can lead to addiction and, too often, overdose. Opioids are safest when used for three or fewer days to manage acute pain, such as pain that follows surgery or a bone fracture. Developing a drug addiction isn’t a character flaw or a sign of weakness and it takes more than willpower to overcome the problem. For many people struggling with addiction, the toughest step toward recovery is the very first one: recognizing that you have a problem and deciding to make a change.
- Addictive Personality
- Tolerance and Withdrawal
- Physical Addiction
- Alcohol Addiction
- Prescription Drug Addiction
- Use of New Technology in Mental Health Education
- Mental Health, Awareness and Development
- Psychological Addiction
Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorders
Schizophrenia is an illness characterized by a group of so-called positive symptoms that may include hallucinations (hearing voices, seeing visions), delusions (fixed false beliefs), and/or a thought disorder (speech that makes little sense). Words are spoken, but the connections between sentences or paragraphs are illogical. Bipolar disorder is a psychiatric illness that is characterized by episodes of mania. Symptoms include euphoria, distractibility, irritability, and grandiosity. Psychiatrists often see patients with a mixture of the above symptoms, and it may be difficult to determine whether a patient has schizophrenia or bipolar disorder even after following him or her for many years.
- Sexual abuse and Substance-use disorders.
- Split personality or dissociative identity disorder.
- Electroconvulsive therapy.
Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing
Psychiatric nursing is considered an advanced nursing role and requires nurses to handle complex patient conditions and severe mental health issues. A psychiatric nurse plays a vital role in the administration of psychiatric treatment and care. Nurses in this profession work alongside psychiatrists, who are medical doctors specializing in mental disorders ranging from depression and anxiety to schizophrenia and personality disorders. Mental health nursing is a specialised branch of nursing with a focus on the care of people with mental health problems. Mental health nurses work with their clients to promote psychological well-being and emotional health and physical well-being.Mental health nurses work with clients who suffer from conditions like anxiety, depression, schizophrenia and bi polar disorder.
- Cardiovascular Nursing
- Gastroenterology Nursing
- Neuroscience Nursing
- Oncology Nursing
- Nephrology Nursing
- Community Health Nursing
- Critical Care Nursing
Pediatric and Geriatric Nursing
Pediatric Nursing requires knowledge of normal psychomotor, psychosocial, and cognitive growth and development, as well as of the health problems and needs of people in this age group. Preventive care and anticipatory guidance are integral to the practice of pediatric nursing. See also pediatric nurse practitioner. Geriatric Nursing is a nursing pertaining to older adults, In order to provide good quality and maximum functionality of life for older adults, geriatric nurses are preferred to work in collaboration with older adults, their families, and communities. The term Gerontological nursing was replaced with Geriatric nursing in the 1970s, which has a broader focus on health and wellness, in addition to illness. Paediatric Nursing the branch of nursing concerned with the care of infants and children.
- Direct Nursing Care
- Neonatal Nursing
- Pediatric Emergency Nursing
- Palliative Paediatric Nursing
- Paediatric Nurse Practitioners
- Patient Education
- Patient Advocacy
- Child Health Care
- Chronic Diseases of Old people
- Management of Geriatric Diseases
Nursing Education, Careers and Research
The demand for nurse educators is high, because presently there is a shortfall of licensed nurse educators across the world. The maximum number of nurse educators work for 1 to 5 years in nursing universities and have customarily satisfied the prerequisites to end up a qualified nurse, winning a graduate in nursing, for the most part one that places an accentuation on nursing instruction. A nurse educator prepares licensed practical nurses and registered nurses for entry into clinical practice. They can also teach in various patient care settings to provide continuing nursing education to licensed nursing staff. Nurse Educators helps nursing students for Continuing Nursing Education. During past decades, the changes in education have replaced from theory oriented approach to practical and application based approach and this plays a key role for those who chose nursing as career.
- Innovations in Nursing Education
- Online Nursing Programs
- Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Education
- Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Education
- Nursing Informatics
- Use of New Technology in Nursing Education
- Nursing Science, Awareness and Development
Nursing Practice and Recovery
Nurse practitioners (np) are additionally made an experience of as Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRN) who is approved to give proof based practice thru the examination and solution dreary circumstance the patients. In adjusting to International Council of Nurses, an NP/APRN is "an enrolled medical attendant who has attired the accomplished information base, elaborate basic leadership aptitudes and clinical skills for since quite a while ago termed hone, in which nation they are credentialed to rehearse. Nursing expert works with doctors, therapeutic/surgical execs, drug specialists, physical advisors, social laborers, phrase related specialists, and different human services experts to get the nice conclusions for affected patient wellness. In the United States, contingent at the country in which they work, clinical nurse practitioners should likely be required to rehearse under the supervision of a physician.Innovations in nursing have come to be an increasing number of important ideas in nursing literature.
- Advanced Nursing Practice
- Enhanced Recovery after Surgery
- Acute Inpatient Care
- Patient Safety Factors
Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNS) and Nurse Practitioners (NP)
Clinical nurse specialists provide an advanced level of care in hospitals and other clinical locations. They strive to improve healthcare through evidence-based practice at the individual patient and systems levels. CNSs provide clinical expertise, leadership in nursing practice, and systems innovation in hospital, community, outpatient, and long-term care settings. Their responsibilities may also include diagnosis and treatment, health promotion, disease management, prevention, and risk reduction. Clinical nurse specialists are registered nurses with a graduate degree in nursing at the Masters or Doctorate level. NPs practice autonomously and collaboratively with other health care providers to perform assessments, order laboratory and diagnostic tests, diagnose, prescribe medications and treatments, and perform procedures within their authorized scope of practice.
- Adult psychiatric-mental health
- Family primary
- Gerontology primary
- Pediatric acute
- Pediatric primary
- Women’s health
Community, Family Nursing and Public Health Nursing
Community nursing can be broadly described as any nursing care provided outside of an acute hospital. This includes healthcare provided in the home, and also in other settings, for example within General Practice, a community hospital, the custody suite of a police station, a school or care home. Family nursing is a part of the primary care provided to patients of all ages, ranging from infant to geriatric health. Nurses assess the health of the entire family to identify health problems and risk factors, help develop interventions to address health concerns, and implement the interventions to improve the health of the individual and family. Family nurses often work with patients through their whole life cycle. This helps foster a strong relationship between health care provider and patient. Public health nursing is a systematic process by which: The health and health care needs of a population are assessed in order to identify subpopulations, families and individuals who would benefit from health promotion or who are at risk of illness, injury, disability or premature death.
- Cardiovascular Nursing
- Gerontology primary
- Surgical Nursing
- Disasters and Emergency Nursing
- Wound Care Nursing
- Emergency Nursing
- Women’s health
Healthcare and Management
The IT system has revolutionised the field of medicine. In this fast-paced world of medicine, it is a daunting task to manage a multi-speciality hospital. A hospital management system (HMS) is a computer or web based system that facilitates managing the functioning of the hospital or any medical set up. This system or software will help in making the whole functioning paperless. It integrates all the information regarding patients, doctors, staff, hospital administrative details etc. into one software. It has sections for various professionals that make up a hospital. Healthcare Management is related to leadership, management and administration of health care systems, hospital networks, and public health systems, hospitals. Generally management of a single institution is also referred to as Health service management. A figure of new factors is recognized on the way to weight the health status of individuals, as well as their background, lifestyle, as a consequence economic, group conditions, as well as spirituality; these are referred headed for so “determinants of health”. Bigger personal membership groups consist of the institution of Healthcare Executives, the Healthcare Management Associations.
- Healthcare Risk Managment
- Healthcare Advertising
- Healthcare Business
- Healthcare Leadership
- Healthcare Operations Managment
Midwifery and Women’s Health
Midwifery is also known as obstetrician or birth attendant is the health profession that deals with pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period, in addition to the sexual and reproductive health of women throughout their lives. The midwife who is a trained professional has an important task in counselling and education in health, not only for women, but also within the family and the community. Women have a distinctive health problem. Women can have a healthy pregnancy by receiving early and regular prenatal care. Ovarian tumour, uterine growth, vaginal tumour, cervical growth and vulvar malignancy can be cured by malignant gynaecological tumours and health nursing services for women.
- Child birth and preterm birth prevention
- Midwifery health science
- Obstetric complications
- Pregnancy nutrition
- Perinatal and reproductive health
- Breeding cycle management
- Maternal and child health
- Cardiac diseases and disorders in Women
- Hypertension and diabetes and their management in women
- Nursing care during child birth
Health Promotion and Health Education
Health Promotion and Education is a profession focusing on the behaviors, systems, environments, and policies affecting health at a variety of levels. This profession requires intensive specialized training encompassing the biological, environmental, psychological, social, physical, and medical sciences. Health education is a tool of health promotion: the two should not be separate. Health education (beyond patient education, for example education of adolescents, mothers of the community, etc.) and patient education carried out by the family physician/general practitioner is very important at the individual, group and community level.
- Implement health education programs
- Manage health education programs and personnel
- Evaluate health education programs
- Identify resources and make referrals
- Advocate for health related issues
Nutrition, Obesity and Eating Disorders
Nutrition, nourishment, or aliment, is the supply of materials - food - required by organisms and cells to stay alive. In science and human medicine, nutrition is the science or practice of consuming and utilizing foods. The state of being well above one's normal weight. A person has traditionally been considered to be obese if they are more than 20 percent over their ideal weight. That ideal weight must take into account the person's height, age, sex, and build. Eating disorders and obesity are usually seen as very different problems but actually share many similarities. In fact, eating disorders, obesity, and other weight-related disorders may overlap as girls move from one problem, such as unhealthy dieting, to another, such as obesity. This information sheet is designed to help parents, other adult caregivers, and school personnel better understand the links between eating disorders and obesity so they can promote healthy attitudes and behaviors related to weight and eating.
- Heart failure
- Nutrition physiology
- Prenatal nutrition
- Sports nutrition
- Management of Geriatric Diseases
Holistic, Alternative, Community and Traditional Medicines
Holistic medicine focuses on treatments that address the whole person, rather than treating illness or disease as an isolated incident. Any illness or disease that occurs is viewed as a dysfunction of the person as a whole. The holistic physician takes into consideration physical, nutritional, environmental, emotional, spiritual, or lifestyle factors that may be contributors or causes of ill health. Alternative Medicines that are utilized rather than standard medications. Standard medicines depend on the aftereffects of logical research and are presently acknowledged and generally utilized. Less research has been improved the situation most sorts of elective drug. Elective drug may incorporate uncommon weight control plans, megadose nutrients, home grown arrangements, exceptional teas, and magnet treatment. For instance, an exceptional eating routine might be utilized rather than anticancer medications as a treatment for disease. The World Health Organization (WHO) characterizes conventional medication as "the entirety of the learning, abilities, and practices dependent on the speculations, convictions, and encounters indigenous to various societies, regardless of whether reasonable or not, utilized in the support of wellbeing and also in the aversion, conclusion, enhancement.
- Holistic health
- Chinese or oriential medicine.
- Traditional Chinese medicine
Physiotherapy and Patient Care
According to the WCHPT (World Confederation for Physical Therapy), it is defined as the area of health responsible for promoting, developing, maintaining and restoring people’s maximum movement and functional ability throughout their lives.Its main interest and objective is to identify and maximise the quality of life and potential for movement of each person in the areas of promotion, prevention, treatment or intervention, in addition to adaptation and rehabilitation of health. The techniques used in physiotherapy today have evolved since the time of Hippocrates’ massages. Each area of physiotherapy intervention has its own specialised techniques and is based on scientific evidence.
- Musculoskeletal physiotherapy
- Geriatric Physiotherapy
- Paediatric Physiotherapy.
- Dry Needling & Acupuncture
- Massage + Lymphatic drainage.
- Exercise Physiology.
- Sports physiotherapy