Theme for the Congress: “Partnerships for Mental Health”
Overarching Focus Themes:I. Mental Health for the Youth of 21st Century
II. Traditional Approaches to Mental Health Care
III. Holistic Mental Health and Well-being.
IV. Global Dialogue for Mental Health (“Vishwa Samvaad”).
The Congress promises an outstanding multi-disciplinary program involving all stakeholders.
Vast in scope & variety, the Program is built along multiple tracks & sub-themes with cross-cutting plenaries to analyse, synthesise & integrate knowledge, transcend boundaries & build partnerships addressing matters of mental health in the context of the present times.
WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE?
The Congress is a unique platform that opens the floor to a wide range of individuals, professionals & organizations with focus on building partnerships.
The Congress beckons you to participate for interaction, discussion, exchange of ideas & to share your research, experiences & insights with peers, renowned experts & thought leaders & contribute by leaving a lasting impact.
SPEAKERS & FORMAT
With invited keynote addresses & lectures by a galaxy of stellar speakers, top class symposia & panel discussions, hands-on & experiential workshops, oral papers & posters, the Program carries something of interest for everyone.
Beyond scientific deliberations, the Program shall be rich in community & social events taking the message of mental health to where it belongs – amidst communities & people.
A. Partnerships for Mental Health
A 01. Partnership across sectors. A 02. User Carer – Professional. (Partnership, Consumer provider Partnership). A 03. Networking & Liasioning
B. Mental Health Across the Lifespan
B 01. Child & Adolescent Mental Health B 02. General & Adult Psychiatry B 03. Geriatric Mental Health B 04. Perinatal, Postpartum Psychiatry. B 05. End of Life care.
C. Neuro-Science & Psychiatry
C 01. Basic Neuro Sciences & Psychiatry C 02. Behavioural Neuro Sciences & Psychiatry. C 03. Neuro-imaging in Psychiatry. C 04. Psychopharmacology. C 05. Other Somatic treatments in Psychiatry.
D. Neuro-Science & Psychiatry
D 01. Psychosocial Intervention in Mental Health. D 02. Multidisciplinary Team approach. D 03. Collaborative Care. D 04. Integrated Care. D 05. Mental Health care for Mental Health Professionals and preventing burnout
E. Psychosocial Rehabilitation
E 01. Strategies for Continuum of Care E 02. Need & Gaps of Rehabilitation Services. E 03. Models of Rehabilitation. E 04. Sustainability in Rehabilitation Services. E 05. Efficacy & Impact of Rehabilitation services. E 06. Innovations in Rehabilitation.
F. Public Mental Health, Policy & Leadership
F 01. Mental Health Laws & Policy. F 02. Ethics in Mental Health. F 03. Mental Health care across borders. F 04. Removing Barriers to Care F 05. Role of Institutions F 06. Rights based approach.
G. Mental Health at the Workplace
G 01. Enterprises & Psychological Health. G 02. Promoting Human Potential. G 03. EAP & Mental Health Programmes. G 04. Promotive Mental Health at work place. G 05. Stress and Mental Health at work place.
H. Public Mental Health and Primary Mental Health Care
H 01. Mental Health Planning & Programs Financing and Budgeting Mental Health. H 02. Leadership in carer movement. H 03. Strategies for Reducing Stigma H 04 Community mobilization and empowerment. H 05 Pre Treatment Services.
I. Disability and Social Security
I 01. Social Security measures for disabled. I 02. Disability and Mental Health. I 03. Disability and Employment.
J. Contemporary Challenges
J 01. Emerging need of Mental health among Youth J 02. Mental Health & World Peace J 03. Globalisation, Transitions & Growth J 04. Social Justice & Mental Health J 05. Migration, Refugees & Disasters J 06. Medical Tourism in Mental Health
K. Holistic Mental Health & Well Being
K 01. Traditional Practices & Modern Science K 02. The Science of Yoga K 03. Spirituality & Mental Health K 04. Sports & Psychological Health