Track Categories

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 the division of medicine focused on the analysis, management and prevention of mental, emotional and behavioral disorders.

A Psychiatrist is a medical specialist who specifies in mental health, including substance use disorders. Psychiatrists are practiced assessing both the mental and bodily aspects of psychological problems. People seek psychiatric help for many reasons. The problems can be unexpected, such as anxiety attack, terrifying illusions, thoughts of suicide, or hearing "voices." Or they may be more long-term, such as feelings of sadness, hopelessness, or anxiety that never seem to lift or problems functioning, causing everyday life to feel distorted or out of control.

  • Track 1-1Forensic Psychiatry
  • Track 1-2Addiction Psychiatry
  • Track 1-3Geriatric Psychiatry
  • Track 1-4Liaison Psychiatry
  • Track 1-5Neuropsychiatry

Child and adolescent Psychiatry or Pediatric Psychiatry is a speciality of psychiatry that deals with the diagnosis and the treatment of disorders of thinking, feeling and/or behaviour affecting children and young people up to the age of 18 and their families. Child and Adolescent psychiatrists use the knowledge of Biological, psychosocial factors and perform a diagnostic examination to evaluate and then design a treatment plan. They offer families the benefits of a medical education, the medical behaviors of proficient principles, and medical responsibility for providing comprehensive care. In addition, the child psychiatrist is prepared and predictable to act as an advocate for the benefits of children and young people. Child and adolescent psychiatrists make sessions in a variety of locations (schools, juvenile courts, social agencies).

  • Track 2-1Brain & ADHD
  • Track 2-2Behavioural Problems in Child and Youth
  • Track 2-3Anxiety Disorders and Somatoform Disorders
  • Track 2-4Neuro developmental Problems
  • Track 2-5Eating Disorder and Learning Disabilities
  • Track 2-6Chronic Fatigue Syndrome - Psychotropic Treatments
  • Track 2-7Criticism in Child Psychiatry

Geriatric psychiatry is the practice of psychiatry in older adults and well-known as Geropsychiatry or Psychogeriatrics. Geriatric psychiatrists are at the forefront of providing education, research, and clinical care in relation to patients and their families with a variety of neuro-psychiatric syndromes specific to their age. They are also trained in the diagnosis and treatment of mental health problems that arise more frequently in older patients such as dementia, depression, anxiety, late-life addiction and psychotic disorders. There is a necessity that they expect and plan geriatric care in the health care system, as well as in the family and community.

  • Track 3-1Dementia
  • Track 3-2Anxiety Disorders
  • Track 3-3Dysthymic disorder
  • Track 3-4Schizophrenia
  • Track 3-5Major depression

Forensic Psychiatry is a specified division of psychiatry which deals with the assessment and treatment of mentally disordered criminals in prisons, secure hospitals and the communal. Two essential concepts underpin the need for forensic psychiatry. The first is that if someone commits a crime due to a mental illness, then mental condition treatment is in the best interests of the individual and of society.

Modern forensic psychiatry has benefited from four main developments: Evolution in the comprehension and awareness of the relationship between mental illness and crime; Evolution of legal standards that determine legal insanity; New methodologies for treating mental illness that include alternatives that custodial care; and Improvements in mental illness attitudes and perceptions.

  • Track 4-1Adolescent Forensic psychiatry
  • Track 4-2Forensic learning disability psychiatry
  • Track 4-3Forensic psychotherapy
  • Track 4-4Correctional psychiatry

Addiction psychiatry is a medical subspecialty inside psychiatry that spotlights on the assessment, conclusion, and treatment of individuals who are experiencing at least one disorder identified with habit. This may incorporate disarranges including legal and illegal medications, betting, sex, nourishment, and other motivation control issue. Dependence specialists are substance misuse specialists. Developing measures of logical information, for example, the wellbeing impacts and medicines to substance misuse, have prompted progressions in the field of dependence psychiatry. These progressions in understanding the neurobiology of compensating conduct, alongside government subsidizing, has considered abundant open door for look into in the control of dependence psychiatry.

  • Track 5-1Narcotics
  • Track 5-2Depressants
  • Track 5-3Stimulants
  • Track 5-4Hallucinogens

Substance abuse is when you take illegal drugs. It’s also when you use alcohol, prescription medicine, and other legal substances regularly or in the incorrect way. Substance abuse varies from addiction. Many people with substance abuse problems are able to leave or can alter their unhealthy behavior. Addiction, on the other hand, is an illness. It means you can’t stop using it though it causes you harms. During treatment, individuals go through detoxification. Detoxification is the set of interventions used to retain a person safe as they readjust to a lack of alcohol in the body. Counsellors and therapists at treatment centers are trained to provide recovering individuals with the tools to resist cravings and maintain their sobriety.

  • Track 6-1Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD)
  • Track 6-2Tobacco Use Disorder
  • Track 6-3Cannabis Use Disorder
  • Track 6-4Stimulant Use Disorder
  • Track 6-5Hallucinogen Use Disorder
  • Track 6-6Opioid Use Disorder

A group of disorders that affect the development of Nervous system leading to abnormal brain function. These types of disorders usually disturbs emotion, learning ability, self-control and it lasts for entire lifetime of a person. These disorders are understood to be likely the combination of Genetic, Psychological, biological and environmental factors. Neurodevelopmental disorders in children comprise attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism, learning disabilities, intellectual disability (also known as mental retardation), conduct disorders, cerebral palsy, and impairments in vision and hearing. While the symptoms and behaviors of neurodevelopmental disabilities often change or evolve as a child grows older, some disabilities are lasting. Diagnosis and treatment of these conditions can be difficult; treatment often involves a combination of professional therapy, pharmaceuticals, and home- and school-based programs.

  • Track 7-1ADHD
  • Track 7-2Autism
  • Track 7-3Learning disabilities,
  • Track 7-4Intellectual disability
  • Track 7-5Conduct disorders
  • Track 7-6Cerebral palsy

Depression, a serious mood disorder that causes a continuous feeling of Sadness and lose of interest in your daily day to day activities. Clinical depression affects the way of your behaviour and thinking which may leads to various emotional and Physical problem. Depression is more common in woman than men and it is one among the most treatable mental disorders. Through Medications, Psychotherapy and ECT 80 to 90 percent of people with depression responded well to the treatment. Anxiety is characterized as body’s natural response to stress. If the anxiety lasts for more than 6 months, it will be anxiety disorder. Stress is a conscious or unconscious psychological sensation or physical condition arising from ' positive or negative strain ' in the physical or mental state that overwhelms adaptive ability

  • Track 8-1Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Track 8-2Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Track 8-3Psychotic Depression
  • Track 8-4Peripartum Depression
  • Track 8-5Panic Disorder
  • Track 8-6Acute stress disorder

personality disorder is a kind of mental disorder in which you have a inflexible and unhealthy pattern of thinking, functioning and behaving. A person with a personality disorder suffers perceiving and relating to conditions and individuals. This causes substantial difficulties and limits in dealings, social activities, work and school. Personality disorders usually occurs in the young people or early adulthood. There are many types of personality disorders. Some types may become less obvious through the middle age. They are paranoid, schizoid, schizotypal, antisocial, borderline, histrionic, narcissistic, avoidant, dependent and obsessive compulsive disorder.

  • Track 9-1Paranoid personality disorder
  • Track 9-2Schizoid personality disorder
  • Track 9-3Schizotypal disorder
  • Track 9-4Antisocial personality disorder
  • Track 9-5Borderline personality disorder
  • Track 9-6Histrionic personality disorder
  • Track 9-7Narcissistic personality disorder
  • Track 9-8Avoidant personality disorder

Paraphilic disorders are recurring, intense, sexually arousing illusions, desires, or actions that are upsetting or incapacitating and that include lifeless substances, families, and humiliation of oneself or the companion with the possible to cause harm. Individuals with a Paraphilic disorder may have a reduced or a non-existent capability for warm, reciprocal expressive and sexual closeness with a consenting partner. Paraphilia’s are quite long-lasting; such that at least of two years of treatment is suggested for even the mildest paraphilia. Management of Paraphilic sexual disorders usually includes the combination of psychotherapy and medicine.

  • Track 10-1Fetishistic Disorder.
  • Track 10-2Exhibitionism
  • Track 10-3Frotteuristic Disorder
  • Track 10-4Voyeuristic Disorder
  • Track 10-5Sexual Sadism Disorder
  • Track 10-6Sexual Masochism Disorder
  • Track 10-7Pedophilia

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. 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 11-1Hallucinations
  • Track 11-2Delusions
  • Track 11-3Social isolation/social dysfunction
  • Track 11-4Suicidal thoughts

Bipolar disorder, also known as manic-depressive illness, is a brain condition that causes uncommon changes in mood, energy, activity levels, and the ability to carry out everyday tasks.

Mania and hypomania are two distinct types of episodes, but they have the same symptoms like increased activity, unusual talkativeness, and decreased need for sleep, distractibility and poor decision making. Treatment includes medications like mood stabilizers, atypical antipsychotics and antidepressants.

  • Track 12-1Borderline Personality Disorder
  • Track 12-2Schizoaffective Disorder
  • Track 12-3Unipolar Depression
  • Track 12-4Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder

Eating disorders is characterized by abnormal eating habits severe pain or concern about body weight or shape which may affect person physical and mental health. The most common forms of eating disorders include Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, and Binge Eating Disorder and affect both females and males. Treatment will be dependent on the type of eating disorder the patient is suffering with, but will typically involve some kind of speaking therapy. Treatment includes Medical care and monitoring, psychotherapy and medications.

  • Track 13-1Anorexia nervosa
  • Track 13-2Bulimia nervosa
  • Track 13-3Binge-Eating Disorder

Sleep disorders are conditions that stop a person from getting soothing sleep and, as a consequence, can cause daytime drowsiness and dysfunction.

A sleep study or Polysomnogram (PSG) is a multiple-component examination that automatically transmits and records exact physical actions while you sleep. The sleep education can be done at home (home sleep testing) for select patients. The recordings become data that are examined by a qualified physician to determine whether or not you have a sleep disorder. Medical treatment for sleep disorders might contain any of the following:

Sleeping pills

Melatonin additions

Allergy or cold medicine

Medicines for any underlying health issues

  • Track 14-1Insomnia
  • Track 14-2Sleep apnea
  • Track 14-3Restless legs syndrome
  • Track 14-4Narcolepsy

psychiatric diagnosis is a medical term used to explain patterns of experiences or actions that may be triggering pain and/or be seen as tough to understand. Psychiatric diagnoses are a form of ‘short-hand’ for these experiences, and may comprise tags such as depression, anxiety disorder, OCD, schizophrenia, psychosis, bipolar disorder, personality disorder, and others. Diagnosis is usually done by physical investigations such as blood tests, X-rays and so on. However, in adult mental health there are no physical tests for psychiatric diagnoses, such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression and personality disorder.

  • Track 15-1ICD-10
  • Track 15-2(DSM-IV)
  • Track 15-3Deep brain stimulation

Psychiatric rehabilitation, also known as psychosocial rehabilitation, and occasionally simplified to psych rehab by providers, is the process of renovation of public functioning and well-being of an individual diagnosed in mental health or emotional disorder and who may be considered to have a psychiatric disability. The aim of psychiatric rehabilitation is to decrease the social and occupational deficit:-which is often a consequence to psychiatric sickness.  Psychiatric rehabilitation is to enable the re-entry of hospitalized patients into the community. In-hospital treatment is directed towards rapid control of symptoms and renovation of useful ability, in order to diminish the attainment of secondary handicaps of illness.

Techniques of psychiatric rehabilitation are

Chemotherapy and ECT

Psychotherapy and Counseling

Social Therapies

Work rehabilitation

Transitional housing

  • Track 16-1Recovery
  • Track 16-2Empowerment
  • Track 16-3Collaborative
  • Track 16-4Personalized

Pain management, pain medication, pain regulator or algiatry, is a branch of medicine retaining an interdisciplinary method for simplifying the suffering and improving the quality of life of those alive with long-lasting pain. The typical pain management crew includes medical practitioners, pharmacists, clinical psychologists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, physician assistants, nurses. The team also includes other mental health experts and massage therapists. Treatment methods to long-lasting pain include pharmacological procedures, such as analgesics, antidepressants and anticonvulsants, interventional procedures, physical treatment, physical workout, application of ice and/or heat, and mental measures, such as biofeedback and cognitive social treatment.

  • Track 17-1Psychiatric evaluation
  • Track 17-2Diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric disorder
  • Track 17-3Evaluation of psychiatric medication for pain
  • Track 17-4Group therapy
  • Track 17-5New brain-based treatments

Treatment can take place in a diversity of situations and characteristically includes a multidisciplinary team of workers such as counselors, psychologists, psychiatrists, nurses, mental health aides, and peer support professionals.

Inpatient or Residential Treatment

Individual psychotherapy/counseling

Group therapy

Medication

Medical supervision

Recreational therapies

Complementary therapies (e.g., yoga or meditation)

Outpatient Treatment

Individual therapy.

Family therapy.

Support groups.

Intensive outpatient care.

Partial hospitalization.

Psychiatric Medications and outpatient medical management.

Medication

  • Track 18-1Anti-depressants
  • Track 18-2Antipsychotics
  • Track 18-3Antipsychotics
  • Track 18-4Mood Stabilizers

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, analyze, 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 19-1General Resources
  • Track 19-2Pharmacokinetics
  • Track 19-3Control group