Psychiatric and Mental Health

A special focus of the session will be the integration of new technologies and research findings. It will also bring together expert clinicians, researchers and leaders of stakeholder organizations in the field of mental health, offering an outstanding set of Plenary and State of the Art Lectures, Educational Courses, Symposia, Workshops with experts and sessions designed by and for early career psychiatrists. Mental health disorder includes one’s emotional, social and psychological well-being. It directly effects on how we think, act. Mental health is very important in every aspects of life from childhood to adolescence through adulthood as it determines how an individual handle stress, relation to others and make choice. In the span of life, an individual’s mood, thinking and behaviour is affected if the individual experience mental health problems. There are many factors involved behind experiencing this disorder. Biological factors, life experience such as abuse or trauma, family history having mental health problems. There are more than 200 classified forms of mental illness. Some of the common disorders are bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, anxiety disorder and dementia.