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3rd International Conference on Mental Health and Human Resilience, will be organized around the theme “Current Interventions for Nurturing Mental Health”

Mental Health 2017 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Mental Health 2017

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Addiction is a condition that results when a person ingests a substance (e.g., alcohol, cocaine, nicotine) or engages in an activity (e.g., gambling, sex, shopping) that can be pleasurable but the continued use/act of which becomes compulsive and interferes with ordinary life responsibilities, such as work, relationships, or health. Users may not be aware that their behavior is out of control and causing problems for themselves and others. Addiction is a disorder of the brain's reward system which arises through transcriptional and epigenetic mechanisms and occurs over time from chronically high levels of exposure to an addictive stimulus. Examples of drug and behavioral addictions include: alcoholism, amphetamine addiction, cocaine addiction, nicotine addiction, opiate addiction, food addiction, gambling addiction, and sexual addiction.

  • Track 1-1Alcohol & drugs
  • Track 1-2Drug and alcohol cultural issues
  • Track 1-3Gambling
  • Track 1-4Food and other addictions
  • Track 1-5Phone and Internet Addictive Behaviours
  • Track 1-6Innovative Models and Practice
  • Track 2-1Important Milestones
  • Track 2-2Current issues and trends in care
  • Track 2-3promotion of research in psychiatry nursing
  • Track 2-4Personality development and theories
  • Track 3-1Ethical Theories
  • Track 3-2The structure of a dilemma
  • Track 3-3Specific ethical problems in psychiatry
  • Track 3-4Patient rights
  • Track 3-5Traditional concepts of Health care

Forensic means identified with, or connected with, legitimate issues. Forensic mental health services provide give evaluation and treatment of individuals with a mental issue and a past filled with criminal culpable, or the individuals who are at danger of culpable. These services are an alternative to prison for people who have an emotional well-being issue and offer master treatment and care. They are 'secure' units, which imply that individuals who are eluded there are not allowed to go back and forth. Forensic psychology provides professional services to clinical/forensic and legal populations. The clinical forensic population is composed broadly of individuals who may present with mental or emotional disorders, or may have other characteristics, that are relevant to a legal decision.

It is named as an individual's capacity to adjust for stretch and affliction. Flexibility is one's capacity to bob once more from a negative ordeal. It is perceived in a normal individual and it can be scholarly and for all intents and purposes created by any person. It developed as a noteworthy hypothetical and research subject from the investigations of offspring of schizophrenic moms. Various types of ways to deal with flexibility building have been created, assembling consideration predominantly on the hypothesis and routine of sane emotive conduct treatment, psychological behavioral treatment. A developing field in the investigation of versatility is the neurobiological premise of strength to push.

  • Track 5-1Psychological resilience
  • Track 5-2Biological models of resilence
  • Track 5-3Approaches to resilience
  • Track 5-4Vulnerability and Resilience
  • Track 5-5Loss, Trauma and Human Resilience
  • Track 5-6Psychology of Human Resilience
  • Track 6-1Mental Health care Act
  • Track 6-2Criminal Procedure Act
  • Track 6-3Child Care Act
  • Track 6-4Health Professionals Act
  • Track 6-5Choice of termination of pregnancy Act
  • Track 6-6Sterilization Act

Mental Health is the mental state of somebody who is working at an acceptable level of enthusiastic and behavioral alteration. More noteworthy than 200 arranged types of maladjustment conditions are available. Emotional well-being incorporates an individual's capability to appreciate life and make a harmony between ordinary life exercises and endeavors to accomplish mental versatility. It is critical at each phase of life, starting with youth and pre-adulthood through adulthood. Half of the emotional well-being conditions start by age 14 and the rest of the conditions create by age 24. Counteractive action of mental issue at the youthful age may fundamentally diminish the hazard that a tyke will experience the ill effects of it in the later life.

  • Track 7-1Epidemiology of mental health
  • Track 7-2Child and adolescent mental health
  • Track 7-3School Mental Health 
  • Track 7-4HIV and Mental Health
  • Track 7-5Psychology and Mental Health
  • Track 7-6Religious Beliefs and Mental Health
  • Track 7-7Mental health services and policies
  • Track 7-8Human rights and mental health legislation
  • Track 7-9eMental health and self-help

There are numerous causes to get mental clutters. Individual's qualities and family history may assume a pivotal part and your background, for example, push or history of manhandle may likewise matter. Natural variables can likewise be a part of the cause. Traumatic mind damage can prompt a mental issue. A mother's presentation to infections or poisonous chemicals while pregnant may have impact in getting mental turmoil. Different components may expand the shot of hazard, for example, utilization of unlawful medications or having a genuine therapeutic condition like tumor. Drugs and directing can cure numerous mental issues. Various types of mental issue incorporate Anxiety issue, Depression, Mood issue, Personality issue, Psychotic issue, Obsessive-enthusiastic confusion, Post-traumatic stretch issue, substance manhandle.

  • Track 8-1Anxiety disorders
  • Track 8-2Obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • Track 8-3Affective Disorders
  • Track 8-4Autism and Severe Developmental Disorders
  • Track 8-5Complex Attachment Disorders
  • Track 8-6Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Track 8-7Movement Disorders
  • Track 8-8Eating disorders

Treatment incorporates all the distinctive courses in which somebody with an emotional sickness can inspire minimize the impacts of the disease. Numerous individuals recognized with emotional instability accomplish quality and recuperation through taking an interest in individual or gathering treatment. Numerous sorts of treatment alternatives are accessible. There is no treatment that works for each person. They can pick either single treatment or blend of medications that works best. The diverse medications incorporate Medication, Complementary, Psychotherapy, Case administration, Alternative Medicine and some more. Advancements in the scope of proof based meds, treatments and psycho-social administrations, for example, psychiatric restoration, lodging, vocation and associate backings have made prosperity and recuperation a reality for individuals living with emotional wellness conditions.

  • Track 9-1Cultural Understanding of Illness/wellness
  • Track 9-2Cultural Models of Clinical Practice
  • Track 9-3Etiology & Prevention of Mental Illness
  • Track 9-4Psychological Aspects of Medical Illness
  • Track 9-5Advance in diagnosis for mental health
  • Track 9-6Brain-stimulation treatments
  • Track 9-7Management of mental health disorders
  • Track 9-8Psychopharmacology

Mental health or Psychiatric nursing is the specialty of nursing that cares for people of all ages with mental illness or mental distress, such as bipolar disorder, psychosis, schizophrenia, depression or dementia.

Becoming a mental health nurse can be very gratifying, but it can be a stressful and emotionally draining job as well.  As well as you can work full-time, part-time or casually in this field.  Registered nurses can work in the mental health field. They can increase their certifications by undertaking further study in this field either by a graduate diploma or Master’s degree or applying to become a credentialed mental health nurse.

  • Track 10-1Developing empathy skills in nursing personnel 
  • Track 10-2Ethical and Legal Issues in Nursing
  • Track 10-3Geriatric Mental Nursing
  • Track 10-4Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing  
  • Track 10-5Forensic Psychiatric Nursing
  • Track 10-6Community Mental Health Nurse
  • Track 10-7Mental health assessment & Services

Mental health education is dedicated to promoting mental health and decreasing the stigma surrounding mental illness by providing education to enhance awareness and understanding. Mental health requires the development of cognitive, emotional, and social skills for which educational settings make an ideal context. Educational settings promote mental health when they provide children and adolescents with a sense of identity and self-respect, direction and meaning in life, mastery, belonging, safety, social support and participation. Good mental health is associated with better educational and behavioral outcomes. A range of effective interventions are available to promote mental health and to prevent and reduce mental illness.

  • Track 11-1Current Trends and Issues in Student Mental Health
  • Track 11-2Access and Education of Student Mental Health Services
  • Track 11-3Value of play in children 
  • Track 11-4Essential Newborn care
  • Track 11-5Family Mental Health Interventions
  • Track 11-6school Mental Health Counseling
  • Track 11-7Mental health across the life span
  • Track 11-8Philosophical themes in mental health

Innovations in the range of evidence based medications, therapy and psycho-social services such as psychiatric rehabilitation, employment, housing and peer supports have made wellness and recovery a reality for people living with mental health conditions. Research showed that in the lifetime half of the cases with mental illness begin by age 14. Treatment options for mental health conditions will vary from person to person. Even people with the same diagnosis will have different kinds of experiences, needs, goals and objectives for treatment. For example, therapy can take many forms, from learning relaxation skills to intensively reworking your thinking patterns. Psychiatrists and psychologists use specially designed assessment tools to evaluate a person for a mental illness. Millions of Americans are surviving with many types of mental health problems such as social anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, drug addiction and personality disorders. Treatment recourse includes medication and psychotherapy. A psychologist is trained in a way so as to evaluate and diagnose mental illnesses but usually treats them by counseling or behavioral therapy. Different therapies like Psychotherapy, Activity therapy, Alternative therapy and Expressive therapy are discussed in the session.

  • Track 12-1Stress management programmes
  • Track 12-2Rehabilitation for persons with psychiatric illness
  • Track 12-3Electro-convulsive therapy 
  • Track 12-4Mental Health Counselling
  • Track 12-5School mental health programmes 
  • Track 12-6Child Psychotherapy
  • Track 13-1Nurse Psychotherapist
  • Track 13-2Psychiatric nurse educator
  • Track 13-3Psychosocial rehabilitation nursing
  • Track 13-4child psychiatry nursing
  • Track 13-5Gerontological & Geriatric Nursing
  • Track 13-6Deaddiction Nursing
  • Track 13-7Neuropsychiatric Nursing
  • Track 13-8Community Mental Health Nursing
  • Track 14-1Interpersonal nursing attitudes & competencies
  • Track 14-2The nurse patient relationship
  • Track 14-3Assessment of the psychiatry patient
  • Track 14-4Nursing diagnosis
  • Track 14-5Human emotions, Menal status examination
  • Track 14-6Stress: Effective coping & Adaptation
  • Track 14-7Stress: Ineffective coping & Defense mechanisms
  • Track 15-1Current and evolving patterns
  • Track 15-2Role of nurse in different mental health settings
  • Track 15-3Inpatient Hospitilization
  • Track 15-4Community based treatment setting
  • Track 15-5Home care setting
  • Track 15-6Professional, legal and ethical issues in mental Health nursing
  • Track 16-1Psychopathology & Nursing Interventions
  • Track 16-2Mental Health education, psychoeducation
  • Track 16-3Functional assessment, skills training, counselling
  • Track 16-4Group therapy, Milieu therapy
  • Track 16-5Symptom & case management
  • Track 16-6Nursing the Patient with Psychiatry disorders

Psychosis is the term used to describe the state of mind in which the individual experiences a distortion or loss of contact with reality. It is caused due to a genetic disorder. This mental state is characterized by the presence of hallucinations, delusions and/or thought disorder. It affects 3 out of every 100 people. People experiencing psychosis may exhibit some kind of personality changes and thought disorder. Psychosis can also be stimulated by traumatic experiences, stress or physical conditions such as Parkinson's disease, brain tumor or as a result of drug misuse, alcohol misuse. It is most likely to be diagnosed in young adults and also in any sort of persons. Different types of psychosis includes drug or alcohol related psychosis, organic psychosis, brief reactive psychosis and psychotic disorders. It is diagnosed through a psychiatric evaluation. Treatment consists of Rapid Tranquilization, Drugs and medication, therapies. The concept of the session consists of attempts made to recovery, etiology and examination.

  • Track 17-1First Episode Psychosis
  • Track 17-2Psychiatric problems associated to medical conditions
  • Track 17-3Types of psychosis
  • Track 17-4Depression, anxiety, sleep problems, social withdrawal, lack of motivation
  • Track 17-5Schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s disease, HIV, syphilis
  • Track 17-6Epilepsy, Stroke
  • Track 17-7Rapid tranquilization, Drugs and medication, Cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Track 18-1Staying dialectical
  • Track 18-2Balancing inter patient communication styles
  • Track 18-3Individual outpatient psychotherapy
  • Track 18-4Supportive process group therapy
  • Track 18-5Case consultation meetings or therapies
  • Track 18-6Ancillary treatments

Suicide is the voluntary and intentional act of taking of one’s life.  Suicide is commonly carried out through    Firearms (number one method by men and women), Hanging (most commonly done by men) and Drug Overdose (most commonly done by women). Men are four times more likely to die from suicide than women, but women attempt suicide more often during their lifetime. Self-harm is the intentional and deliberate hurting of oneself.  Most commonly it is done by cutting, burning, hitting, picking at the skin, pulling hair, biting, carving. A person who self-harms does not intend to commit suicide, but their self-injurious behavior may result in an accidental death. There are a variety of therapeutic methods used in the treatment of self-harm and suicidal behavior that may include some of the following: Individual therapy, Group therapy, Family therapy, Medication management and therapy.

  • Track 19-1Early intervention and prevention
  • Track 19-2Death, Dying, Grieving
  • Track 19-3Spirituality/beliefs
  • Track 19-4Disaster intervention 
  • Track 19-5Relapse prevention in Alcoholism
  • Track 19-6Suicide Prevention 
  • Track 19-7Substance abuse related problems 

Great psychological well-being is a critical part of a lady's general wellbeing. Some psychological wellness conditions happen all the more frequently in ladies and can assume a noteworthy part in the condition of a lady's general wellbeing. 29 million American ladies, or around 23 percent of the female populace, have encountered diagnosable psychological well-being connected turmoil in the most recent year alone. The same quantities of ladies and men encounter emotional wellness issues by and large, yet a few issues are more basic in ladies than men, and the other way around.

Different social elements put ladies at more serious danger of poor emotional wellness than men. Be that as it may, ladies' status to discuss their emotions and their solid informal organizations can secure their psychological well-being.

  • Track 20-1Treatment Issues for Women with Mental Illness
  • Track 20-2Women & Psychiatric Disorders
  • Track 20-3Mental status examination
  • Track 20-4Gender disparities and mental health
  • Track 20-5Gender specific risk factors
  • Track 20-6Infertility and mental health
  • Track 20-7Pregnancy and mental health