Spirituality and life events

Spiritualism has been Murmu’s ally in life’s arduous journey.Ashok Pradhan and Jaideep Dheogharia, The Times of India, July 22,2022 Of all the qualities of head and heart that paced the path for Droupadi Murmu’s ascent to the country’s highest office, spirituality has been her closest ally, strengthening her fortitude in the face of back to... Continue Reading →

Emotional Health of Caregivers: a priority

Recently at the Government Rehabilitation Institute of Intellectual Disability(GRIID), Chandigarh, on the special occasion of the celebration of the life of  Late Prof. B S Chavan, on his birthday (Mar 25,2022), a book of essays in his honour, titledLEADERSHIP in INDIAN PSYCHIATRY-Converting Thoughts into Action( 400 pages) was released.I was invited to speak onEMOTIONAL HEALTH... Continue Reading →

‘LIVE-IN’ Experiences with COVID 19- 3 narratives- Prof. Pushpa Srinivasa, Mrs. Irukulla Vijayalaxmi and Ms.Minal Rao

‘LIVE-IN’ Experiences with COVID 19-3 narratives Prof. Pushpa Srinivasa, Mrs. Irukulla Vijayalaxmi and Ms.Minal Rao The experiences of living with COVID 19 has become part of each and every person in the world. It is right to say that the experiences of each person is different from that an another person, though there are commonalities... Continue Reading →

Taking charge of emotional health during the pandemic- what everyone one can do? Prof.R.Srinivasa Murthy, October 10, 2020.

Taking charge of emotional health during the pandemic- what everyone one can do? R. Srinivasa Murthy Professor of Psychiatry, Formerly of National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences, Bangalore. We are all now familiar with the word ‘Pandemic’. Pandemic refers to ‘ALL PEOPLE’. This article refers to the impact of the pandemic on all people... Continue Reading →

Psychosocial Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic: C.M.C.Vellore, June 3,2021 Experiences of a frontline healthcare worker: Dr. Catherine Priscilla Paul, Post-graduate Registrar, Department of Medicine, CMC Evidence-based approach to assessing the psychosocial impact: Dr. Prathap Tharyan, Adjunct Professor, B V Moses Centre for Evidence-Informed Healthcare / Clinical Epidemiology Unit, (Retd. Professor of Psychiatry), CMC Community perspectives on psychosocial impact: Dr. Johann Ebenezer, Assistant Physician,... Continue Reading →

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