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We are delighted to extend a warm and hearty inviting to all the eminent speakers\delegates to attend our upcoming event on the "9th International Conference on Mental Health and Psychiatry" which will be held on during June 13-14, 2024, in the beautiful and historic city of Rome, Italy.

Our theme for this year's conference, "Making Mental Health a Global Priority," reflects our collective commitment to advancing the field of mental health and placing it at the forefront of global healthcare agendas.

This conference promises to be a transformative event, offering a platform for leading experts, researchers, clinicians from across the globe to exchange ideas, share cutting-edge research, and explore innovative solutions. Our program is designed to be inclusive, spanning a wide range of topics encompassing mental health and psychiatry, from diagnosis and treatment to prevention and public policy.

In the heart of Rome, a city steeped in history and culture, we will not only advance our understanding of mental health but also strengthen the bonds of our global community. We invite you to take advantage of this unique opportunity to network with colleagues, new partnerships, and engage in stimulating discussions that will shape the future of mental health

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It is our great pleasure to welcome you to the “9th International Conference on Mental Health and Psychiatry” which is to be held on June 13-14, 2024 at Rome, Italy. This event is organized by Conference Series, conducts 3000+ conferences every year in all the major scientific disciplines across Europe, USA & Asia which is being received by more than 25 million researchers, scholars, students all over the world.

The theme of our conference is based on “Making Mental Health a Global Priority”. The conference invites all the Psychiatrists, Neurosurgeons, Mental Health Nurses, Psychologists, Neuropsychiatric, Neurologists, Emergency medicine specialists, International speakers, Scientists, Researchers, University Professors, Students, College Faculties and Healthcare professionals to share their experience in this Psychiatry field.

Mental Health Summit 2024 will be a great platform for exchange of new ideas and research Work. This gathering will provide networking sessions for keynote speakers, speakers, Professors, Scientists continuing, Business Assistants, Students, and individuals from all psychiatrists. It also helps in education opportunities and quality information shared by Keynote Speakers, Symposia, hands-on workshops, and exhibition.

TARGETED AUDIENCE

  • Psychiatrists
  • Mental health Professors
  • Psychologists
  • Neurosurgeons
  • Neuroscientist
  • Physicians
  • Researchers
  • Health care professionals
  • Mental health Nurses
  • Lecturers and Students from Academic
  • Industrial Experts
  • Students from Academia in the research of Psychology
  • Diagnostic laboratory professionals
  • Business Entrepreneurs

 

Sessions & Tracks

 

Session 1: Mental Health

Mental health is a vital aspect of overall well-being, encompassing emotional, psychological, and social stability. It affects how we think, feel, and interact with the world. Good mental health promotes resilience, productivity, and fulfilling relationships, while poor mental health can lead to a range of challenges, from depression and anxiety to more severe conditions. Destigmatizing mental health issues, seeking help when needed, and prioritizing self-care are crucial steps in fostering a healthier and more compassionate society where individuals can thrive emotionally and mentally.

Types of mental health

  • Mood disorders (similar as depression or bipolar complaint)
  • Anxiety
  • Psychotic diseases (similar as schizophrenia)
  • Personality diseases.

Session 2: Psychiatry and Psychology

Psychiatry and psychology are intertwined fields that focus on understanding and addressing mental health. Psychiatry involves medical treatment, often prescribing medication, for mental disorders. Psychology, on the other hand, delves into behavior and thought processes through therapy and counselling. Together, they contribute to the holistic care of individuals facing mental health challenges.

Session 3: Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Child and Adolescent Psychiatry is a specialized branch of medicine dedicated to the mental health of young people. It focuses on diagnosing, treating, and preventing psychiatric disorders in individuals from infancy through adolescence. Child and adolescent psychiatrists undergo extensive training to understand the unique developmental and emotional needs of young minds. They play a crucial role in addressing issues such as ADHD, anxiety, depression, and behavioral disorders, aiming to provide early intervention and support for healthy emotional growth and well-being.

Session 4: Dementia

Dementia is a progressive neurological disorder that impairs cognitive functions, memory, and daily life activities. It affects millions of individuals worldwide, primarily the elderly. Common forms include Alzheimer's disease, vascular dementia, and Lewy body dementia. Symptoms range from memory loss and confusion to personality changes and impaired motor skills. Dementia not only challenges patients but also places a significant burden on caregivers and healthcare systems. Early diagnosis, support, and research are crucial in addressing this growing global health concern.

Types of Dementia

Session 5: Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is a complex mental disorder characterized by hallucinations, delusions, disorganized thinking, and emotional disturbances. It typically emerges in early adulthood and affects about 1% of the population worldwide. While its exact cause remains uncertain, it often requires a combination of medication and therapy for management, with early intervention being crucial for better outcomes.

Session 6: Stress, Anxiety and Depression

Stress is the body's response to pressure, both physical and emotional. It can be beneficial in small doses but harmful when chronic, leading to various health issues. . The way you respond to stress, still, make a big difference to your overall health. It’s normal to feel anxious about moving to a new place, taking a test or starting a new job. This type of anxiety is distressing, but it may motivate you to work harder and do a better job. Ordinary anxiety is a feeling that comes and goes but doesn’t intrude with your everyday life. In the case of an anxiety complaint, the feeling of fear may be with you all the time. It’s violent and occasionally enervating. Depression is a common and serious medical illness that negatively affects how you act, how you feel and the way you suppose. Fortunately, it is also treatable. Depression causes passions of sadness and/or a loss of interest in conditioning you formerly enjoyed. It can lead to a variety of emotional and physical problems and can drop your ability to function at work and at home.

Session 7: Neurology and Neurological Disorder

Neurology is the medical specialty focused on the study and treatment of the nervous system, including the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves. Neurological disorders encompass a wide range of conditions, such as Alzheimer's, epilepsy, and multiple sclerosis, impacting the nervous system's structure or function, often requiring specialized care and treatment.

Some of the most common neurological diseases include

Session 8: Women Mental Health

Women's mental health is a crucial aspect of overall well-being, encompassing the psychological and emotional state of females. It is influenced by biological, societal, and cultural factors, including hormonal fluctuations, life transitions like pregnancy and menopause, and gender-specific stressors. Addressing these concerns involves accessible and gender-sensitive mental health care, destigmatization, and promoting awareness to ensure women receive the support and resources needed for optimal mental health.

Common mental health issues in women

Session 9: Child Abuse

Child abuse or child maltreatment is physical, sexual, and/ or cerebral maltreatment or neglect of a child or children, especially by a parent or a caregiver. Child abuse may include any act or failure to act by a parent or a caregiver that results in factual or implicit detriment to a child and can do in a child's home, or in the associations, seminaries, or communities the child interacts with. The terms child abuse and child maltreatment are frequently used interchangeably, although some experimenters make a distinction between them, treating child maltreatment as a marquee term to cover neglect, exploitation, and trafficking.

Types of child abuse:

Session 10: Suicide and Self Harm

Suicide and self-harm are major health and societal issues worldwide, but the topmost burden of both behaviours occurs in low- income and middle- income countries. Although rates of self-murder are advanced in manly than in womanish individualities, tone- detriment is more common in womanish individualities. Rather than having a single cause, self-murder and tone- detriment are the result of a complex interplay of several factors that do throughout the life course, and vary by gender, age, race, and terrain. Several clinical and public health interventions show pledge, although our understanding of their effectiveness has largely began from high- income countries. Trying to prognosticate self-murder is doubtful to be helpful. Intervention and prevention must include both a clinical and community concentrate, and every health professional has a pivotal part to play

Session 11: Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder, formerly known as manic depression, is a mental health condition characterized by extreme mood swings. Individuals with bipolar disorder experience manic highs and depressive lows, affecting their energy, behavior, and cognition. Treatment often involves mood stabilizers and therapy to manage symptoms and enhance quality of life.

Three types of Bipolar Disorder

  • Bipolar I
  • Bipolar II
  • Cyclothymic disorder

Session 12: Behavioral Science

Behavioral Science or branch of knowledge, as brain wisdom or mortal wisdom, that gets its ideas from perception of the conduct of living organisms. It's a logical train, for illustration, mortal wisdom, mortal lores, or brain disquisition, in which the exertion and responses of people and beasties are contemplated through experimental and pilot ways. Social wisdom is the effective examination and examination of mortal and creature conduct through controlled and natural perception, and trained logical trial. Conduct lores incorporates any of different logical controls, for illustration, humanism, mortal lores, or brain wisdom, in which the exertion and responses of people and beasties are contemplated through experimental and exploratory strategies

Session 13: Sleep Disorders

Sleep disorders encompass a range of conditions that disrupt a person's normal sleep patterns. These disorders can affect the ability to fall asleep, stay asleep, or achieve restorative sleep, leading to daytime fatigue and impaired functioning. Common sleep disorders include insomnia, sleep apnea, narcolepsy, and restless legs syndrome. They can result from various factors, including lifestyle, medical conditions, and mental health issues. Accurate diagnosis and proper treatment are essential to alleviate symptoms and improve overall well-being.

Session 14: Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy, often referred to as talk therapy, is a therapeutic approach that involves discussions between a trained therapist and an individual or group. It aims to address emotional and psychological issues, helping people understand their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Psychotherapy can be used to treat a wide range of mental health conditions, including anxiety, depression, and PTSD. It provides a safe and supportive environment for self-exploration, coping skill development, and fostering personal growth, ultimately enhancing mental and emotional well-being.

Session 15: Addiction

Addiction is a complex and chronic condition characterized by compulsive drug or substance use, despite harmful consequences. It can involve substances like drugs or alcohol, or even behaviors such as gambling or gaming. Addiction alters brain function, leading to intense cravings and loss of control. It not only affects physical health but also strains relationships and hampers daily life. Treatment often combines therapy, medication, and support groups, addressing both the physical and psychological aspects to promote recovery and long-term sobriety.

Session 16: Mental Health Nursing

Mental health nursing refers to the branch of nursing focused on providing care and support to individuals dealing with mental health disorders and emotional challenges. Mental health nurses work in various healthcare settings, offering therapeutic interventions, medication management, counselling, and education to help patients improve their mental well-being and quality of life. Their role is crucial in addressing and treating mental health issues while promoting overall health and recovery.

Session 17Psychosomatic Disorders

Psychosomatic disorders, also known as psychophysiological disorders, are conditions in which psychological factors significantly contribute to physical symptoms or illnesses. These disorders result from the intricate interplay between emotional, psychological, and physical factors. Stress, anxiety, depression, or other emotional stressors can manifest as physical symptoms, such as headaches, digestive issues, or pain. Treating psychosomatic disorders often involves addressing the underlying emotional or psychological issues through therapies like psychotherapy or counselling, along with medical interventions as needed.

Session 18: Sport and exercise psychology

Sport and exercise psychology delves into the mental aspects of athletic performance, focusing on enhancing motivation, concentration, and coping skills. It explores how psychological factors influence physical activity, aiming to optimize performance, manage stress, and improve overall well-being. Techniques like visualization, goal setting, and stress management help athletes and individuals harness their mental strength, fostering resilience, and achieving peak performance in sports, fitness, and various areas of life.

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