Theme: Exploring the insights of mind with mental health nursing psychiatry to ameliorate mankind

Mental Health Nursing 2020

Mental Health Nursing 2020

It is our great pleasure to welcome you to the 16th Congress on Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing which is to be held on march 27th -28th, 2020 at Barcelona, Spain”. This event is organized by Conference Series LLC Ltd, 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 “Exploring the insights of mind with mental health nursing psychiatry to ameliorate mankind”. The conference invites all the Nurses, Psychiatrist, Neuropsychiatric, Neurosurgeons, Neurologists, Emergency medicine specialists, International speakers, Scientists, Researchers, University Professors, Students, College Faculties  and Healthcare professionals to share their experience in this broad field.

Details About Mental Health 2020 In Spain

Conference Name

Place

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16th World Congress on

Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing

Barcelona, Spain 

MARCH 27-28, 2020

 

Track 1: Cognition in Mental Health:

Cognitive Therapy (CT) is a form of psychotherapy in which the therapist and the client work together as a team to identify and solve problems. It is a relatively short-term, focused psychotherapy for a wide range of psychological problems including depression, anxiety, anger, marital conflict, loneliness, panic, fears, eating disorders, substance abuse, alcohol abuse and dependence, and personality problems. Cognitive therapy helps the patient learn effective self-help skills that are used in homework assignments that help you change the way you think, feel and behave now. Cognitive-behavioral therapy is action-oriented, practical, rational, and helps the patient gain independence and effectiveness in dealing with real-life issues.

Related Societies: Mood Disorders Society of Canada , Schizophrenia Society of Canada , Canadian Psychiatric AssociationCanadian Psychological AssociationInternational Council of NursesAmerican Psychiatric Association‎; American Urological AssociationAmerican Medical Association‎; American Association of Public Health PhysiciansAmerican Assisted Living Nurses AssociationAmerican Forensic NursesAmerican Nursing Informatics AssociationNational Association of School NursesNational Student Nurses Association

Track 2: Psychology:

Psychology is the study of behavior and mind, embracing all aspects of conscious and unconscious experience as well as thought. It is an academic discipline and a social science which seeks to understand individuals and groups by establishing general principles and researching specific cases.

Related Societies: Mood Disorders Society of Canada , Schizophrenia Society of Canada , Canadian Psychiatric AssociationCanadian Psychological AssociationInternational Council of NursesAmerican Psychiatric Association‎; American Urological AssociationAmerican Medical Association‎; American Association of Public Health PhysiciansAmerican Assisted Living Nurses AssociationAmerican Forensic NursesAmerican Nursing Informatics AssociationNational Association of School NursesNational Student Nurses Association

Track 3: Mental Health Nursing Practices:

Psychiatric nursing or mental health nursing is that the specialty of nursing that cares for individuals of all ages with psychological state or mental distress, like dementia praecoxmanic depressive illnesspsychosisdepression or dementia. Being a mental health nurse may be terribly appreciated; however, it may be a trying and showing emotion exhausting job moreover. Moreover, as operating full-time, you'll conjointly work part-time or nonchalantly during this field. Registered nurses will add the mental health field and those they may increase their qualifications by enterprise more study during this field for either a graduate diploma or Master’s degree or applying to become a certified mental health nurse.

Related Societies: Mood Disorders Society of Canada , Schizophrenia Society of Canada , Canadian Psychiatric AssociationCanadian Psychological AssociationInternational Council of NursesAmerican Psychiatric Association‎; American Urological AssociationAmerican Medical Association‎; American Association of Public Health PhysiciansAmerican Assisted Living Nurses AssociationAmerican Forensic NursesAmerican Nursing Informatics AssociationNational Association of School NursesNational Student Nurses Association

Track 4: Paediatric Mental Health disorders:

Mental health disorders diagnosed in children are principally divided into 2 categories: childhood disorders and learning disorders. They’re diagnosed once the kid is of school-age; some adults may additionally relate to a number of the symptoms of those disorders. The foremost common developmental disorder is mental retardation. As per the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention report, more than one out of each a hundred school children in the U. S. has some form of mental health retardation. The second most typical developmental disorder is encephalopathy, followed by autism spectrum disorders. Our conference will address all areas pertinent to varied childhood disorders together with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Attachment Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder and Mood Dysregulation Disorder. In line with a recent study concerning seven percent of children in worldwide have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. As per the U.S. operating surgeon General, concerning 20% of American children suffer from an identifiable mental disease throughout a given year. Further, nearly five million American children and adolescents are in the serious psychological state.

Related Societies: Mood Disorders Society of Canada , Schizophrenia Society of Canada , Canadian Psychiatric AssociationCanadian Psychological AssociationInternational Council of NursesAmerican Psychiatric Association‎; American Urological AssociationAmerican Medical Association‎; American Association of Public Health PhysiciansAmerican Assisted Living Nurses AssociationAmerican Forensic NursesAmerican Nursing Informatics AssociationNational Association of School NursesNational Student Nurses Association

Track 5: Geriatric Psychiatry:

Geriatric psychiatry is additionally called Psychogeriatric may be a subspecialty of psychiatry dealing with the study, treatment, hindrance of mental health disorders in humans with old age. In keeping with recent information indicate that a calculable 20.4 % of adults aged sixty-five and older met criteria for a psychological disorder. During this session, we are going to be discussing regarding the varied aspects of geriatric psychiatry, its study, hindrance, and treatment.

Related Societies: Mood Disorders Society of Canada , Schizophrenia Society of Canada , Canadian Psychiatric AssociationCanadian Psychological AssociationInternational Council of NursesAmerican Psychiatric Association‎; American Urological AssociationAmerican Medical Association‎; American Association of Public Health PhysiciansAmerican Assisted Living Nurses AssociationAmerican Forensic NursesAmerican Nursing Informatics AssociationNational Association of School NursesNational Student Nurses Association

Track 6: Continuum of Mental Health:

Continuum of mental state is principally to ascertain a standard language for this coaching, it's necessary to modify and agree on a word. For clarity, we've got developed a diagram of the mental health-mental wellness time using the terms we'll use these days. on the time area unit 3 major mental state states within which people will be placed at varied times in their lives.

WELL-BEING: At the “healthy” finish of the continuum are people experiencing well-being, a state of excellent mental and emotional health. These people might experience stress and discomfort ensuing from occasional issues of standard of living, however, they experience no impairments to daily functioning. All different people, for whom issues are additional serious or prolonged, and for whom coping becomes increasingly harder, are delineate as having “mental health issues.” inside this vary are two classes of mental state conditions

EMOTIONAL issues OR CONCERNS: discomfort has up to the extent of distress with the start of impairments in functioning (insomnia, lack of concentration or loss of appetite). As distress levels increase, people might obtain skilled help; institutional depression or general anxiety or ADD with delicate however future impairment can also be found during this cluster.

Related Societies: Mood Disorders Society of Canada , Schizophrenia Society of Canada , Canadian Psychiatric AssociationCanadian Psychological AssociationInternational Council of NursesAmerican Psychiatric Association‎; American Urological AssociationAmerican Medical Association‎; American Association of Public Health PhysiciansAmerican Assisted Living Nurses AssociationAmerican Forensic NursesAmerican Nursing Informatics AssociationNational Association of School NursesNational Student Nurses Association

Track 7: Advanced Therapeutics for Mental Health Disorders:

Psychotherapy is often used either alone or in combination with medications to treat mental illnesses. Nowadays extraordinary advances have been made in the treatment of mental illness. Treatment methods for psychiatric disorders can be differentiated as either somatic or psychotherapeutic. We will be discussing about somatic treatments including drugs, electroconvulsive therapy, and deep brain stimulation such as Trans cranial magnetic stimulation therapy on psychotherapeutic treatments including psychotherapy, behavior therapy techniques such as Dialectical behavior therapy, hypnotherapy, and mindfulness-based therapies.

Related Societies: Mood Disorders Society of Canada , Schizophrenia Society of Canada , Canadian Psychiatric AssociationCanadian Psychological AssociationInternational Council of NursesAmerican Psychiatric Association‎; American Urological AssociationAmerican Medical Association‎; American Association of Public Health PhysiciansAmerican Assisted Living Nurses AssociationAmerican Forensic NursesAmerican Nursing Informatics AssociationNational Association of School NursesNational Student Nurses Association

Track 8: Cortical development in Psychiatry:

Cortical development in mental health is a dynamic anatomical sequence of human cortical gray matter development between the age of 4–21 years using quantitative four-dimensional maps and time-lapse sequences. Thirteen healthy children for whom anatomic brain MRI scans were obtained every 2 years, for 8–10 years, were studied. By using models of the cortical surface and sulcal landmarks and a statistical model for gray matter density, human cortical development could be visualized across the age range in a spatiotemporally detailed time-lapse sequence. The resulting time-lapse “movies” reveal that (i) higher-order association cortices mature only after lower-order somatosensory and visual cortices, the functions of which they integrate, are developed, and (ii) phylogenetically older brain areas mature earlier than newer ones. Direct comparison with normal cortical development may help to understand of some neurodevelopmental disorders such as childhood-onset schizophrenia or autism.

Related Societies: Mood Disorders Society of Canada , Schizophrenia Society of Canada , Canadian Psychiatric AssociationCanadian Psychological AssociationInternational Council of NursesAmerican Psychiatric Association‎; American Urological AssociationAmerican Medical Association‎; American Association of Public Health PhysiciansAmerican Assisted Living Nurses AssociationAmerican Forensic NursesAmerican Nursing Informatics AssociationNational Association of School NursesNational Student Nurses Association

Track 9: Forensic Psychiatry:

Forensic psychological science could be a chop-chop growing discipline professionally practiced by psychologists at intervals the areas of psychotherapy, counseling psychology, faculty psychology, forensic statistics and alternative specialties and that they are engaged as specialists and represent themselves intrinsically, in Associate in the nursing activity primarily supposed to produce skilled psychological experience to the judiciary.

Related Societies: Mood Disorders Society of Canada , Schizophrenia Society of Canada , Canadian Psychiatric AssociationCanadian Psychological AssociationInternational Council of NursesAmerican Psychiatric Association‎; American Urological AssociationAmerican Medical Association‎; American Association of Public Health PhysiciansAmerican Assisted Living Nurses AssociationAmerican Forensic NursesAmerican Nursing Informatics AssociationNational Association of School NursesNational Student Nurses Association

Track 10: Psychiatric Disorders:

A psychiatric disorder is a psychological syndrome or behavioral pattern that causes either suffering or a poor ability to operate in standard life that happens in an individual, and shows symptoms of distress via a painful symptom or will increase the chance of death or incapacity. There are many alternative classes of Psychiatry disorder and comparatively many alternative faces of human behavior. Some of the vital psychiatry diseases are enclosed within the session by that majority of population laid low with.  In an exceedingly given year, concerning some roughly |more or less around or so about 20.9 million American adults aged eighteen and older have a mood disorder; over 90% of individuals  kill themselves have a diagnosed with Mental health illness; regarding 1.1% of the population age eighteen and older have schizophrenia; nearly forty million adults aged eighteen and older have an anxiety disorder; nearly 2.2 million adults age eighteen and older have OCD; regarding  2.7% of individuals have panic disorder; and nearly 7.7, 6.8, 15 million adults are suffering million from PTSD, GAD & phobic disorder severally.

Related Societies: Mood Disorders Society of Canada , Schizophrenia Society of Canada , Canadian Psychiatric AssociationCanadian Psychological AssociationInternational Council of NursesAmerican Psychiatric Association‎; American Urological AssociationAmerican Medical Association‎; American Association of Public Health PhysiciansAmerican Assisted Living Nurses AssociationAmerican Forensic NursesAmerican Nursing Informatics AssociationNational Association of School NursesNational Student Nurses Association

Track 11: Adaptation Models:

Adaptation Model is a model of psychiatric nursing care, which integrates biological, psychological, sociocultural, environmental, and legal-ethical aspects of patient care into a unified framework for practice. The Stuart Stress Adaptation Model of health and wellness provides a consistent nursing-oriented framework 

"Nursing care is provided within a biological, psychological, sociocultural, environmental, and legal-ethical context." Health/illness and adaptation/maladaptation (nursing world view) are two distinct continuums.

Related Societies: Mood Disorders Society of Canada , Schizophrenia Society of Canada , Canadian Psychiatric AssociationCanadian Psychological AssociationInternational Council of NursesAmerican Psychiatric Association‎; American Urological AssociationAmerican Medical Association‎; American Association of Public Health PhysiciansAmerican Assisted Living Nurses AssociationAmerican Forensic NursesAmerican Nursing Informatics AssociationNational Association of School NursesNational Student Nurses Association

Track 12: Biological context:

Biological Psychiatry or Bio psychiatry is an approach to psychiatry that aims to understand mental disorder in terms of the biological function of the nervous system. It is interdisciplinary in its approach and draws on sciences such as neuroscience, psychopharmacology, biochemistry, genetics, and physiology to form theories about the biological bases of behavior and psychopathology. While there is some overlap between biological psychiatry and neurology, the latter generally focuses on disorders where gross or visible pathology of the nervous system is apparent, such as epilepsy, cerebral palsy, encephalitis, neuritis, Parkinson's disease and multiple sclerosis.

Related Societies: Mood Disorders Society of Canada , Schizophrenia Society of Canada , Canadian Psychiatric AssociationCanadian Psychological AssociationInternational Council of NursesAmerican Psychiatric Association‎; American Urological AssociationAmerican Medical Association‎; American Association of Public Health PhysiciansAmerican Assisted Living Nurses AssociationAmerican Forensic NursesAmerican Nursing Informatics AssociationNational Association of School NursesNational Student Nurses Association

Track 13: Schizophrenia:

Schizophrenia usually characterized by abnormal social psychiatry behavior and failure to acknowledge reality. Common symptoms are confused thinking, audible hallucinations, reduced social engagement and emotional expression, and lack of motivation.  Genetics and early surroundings, further as Psychology and Psychiatry processes, seem to be vital contributing factors. Some recreational and prescribed drugs seem to cause or worsen symptoms. Symptoms begin usually in young adulthood and concerning 0.3–0.7% of individuals throughout their life. However it conjointly sometimes contributes to chronic issues with behavior and feeling, majorly depression and anxiety disorders. Social issues like long poverty and status may result from a raised physical health issues and suicide.  In 2014 nearly 16,000 individuals died from behavior related syndromes. Present topic high lights various categories of effects and safe medicine in behavior disorders.

Related Societies: Mood Disorders Society of Canada , Schizophrenia Society of Canada , Canadian Psychiatric AssociationCanadian Psychological AssociationInternational Council of NursesAmerican Psychiatric Association‎; American Urological AssociationAmerican Medical Association‎; American Association of Public Health PhysiciansAmerican Assisted Living Nurses AssociationAmerican Forensic NursesAmerican Nursing Informatics AssociationNational Association of School NursesNational Student Nurses Association

Track 14: Healing Techniques:

Healing techniques are often based more on theories about cognitive disorders and behavioral functioning than theories of etiology, and analyses of treatment effects contribute to our understanding of the disorder as much as vice versa.

Cognitive Remediation Therapy is a treatment intended to improve difficulties with such cognitive skills as attention, memory, the speed of information processing, problem-solving, organization, and planning. There are two main techniques for this treatment. One technique is to train the brain functions with exercises which are regularly repeated and allow specific training in the deficient aspect(s) of a cognitive function. Another rehabilitation technique is to work with the preserved cognitive functions. In this case, the patient will be encouraged to develop strategies to process information.

Related Societies: Mood Disorders Society of Canada , Schizophrenia Society of Canada , Canadian Psychiatric AssociationCanadian Psychological AssociationInternational Council of NursesAmerican Psychiatric Association‎; American Urological AssociationAmerican Medical Association‎; American Association of Public Health PhysiciansAmerican Assisted Living Nurses AssociationAmerican Forensic NursesAmerican Nursing Informatics AssociationNational Association of School NursesNational Student Nurses Association

Track 15: Positive Psychology:

Positive Psychology is the branch of psychology that uses scientific understanding and effective intervention to aid in the achievement of a satisfactory life, rather than treating mental illness. The focus of positive psychology is on personal growth rather than on pathology, as is common among other frameworks within the field of psychology.

Positive Psychology is a call for psychological science and practice to be as concerned with strength as with weakness as interested in building the best things in life as in repairing the worst; and as concerned with making the lives of normal people fulfilling as with healing pathology, the value of positive psychology is to complement and extend the problem focused psychology that has been dominant for many decades.

Related Societies: Mood Disorders Society of Canada , Schizophrenia Society of Canada , Canadian Psychiatric AssociationCanadian Psychological AssociationInternational Council of NursesAmerican Psychiatric Association‎; American Urological AssociationAmerican Medical Association‎; American Association of Public Health PhysiciansAmerican Assisted Living Nurses AssociationAmerican Forensic NursesAmerican Nursing Informatics AssociationNational Association of School NursesNational Student Nurses Association

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Mental Health  extends the heartiest welcome to Directors, Professors, Proficient delegates, Researchers, Psychiatrists,  Nurses, Delegates, Young researchers, Graduates, Students, Business executives, Scholars, Psychologists, and Professionals across the globe to be a part of our " Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing " schedule during March 27th & 28th, 2020 Barcelona, Spain.

The Planning committee is gearing up for an exciting and informative conference program including Keynote lectures, Plenary lectures, Symposium, International Workshops on a variety of topics, Oral & Poster presentations and various programs for participants from all over the world. We invite you to join us at the Mental Health  Congress Meetings, the day we begin to learn to look through the eyes of others; to find out and experience the contemporary researches in Psychology, Psychiatry, Mental Health, Pediatrics, Pediatric Nursing, Wellness, Adolescent Medicine, neonatology  and Heath care to have a meaningful experience with scholars from around the world.

Theme: “Exploring the insights of mind with mental health nursing psychiatry to ameliorate mankind”.

Statstics of mental illness

There are various causes of hospitailzation in spain in which the major reason was disorders which cause mental illness,it varies for disorders like Behavioural, Neuorlogical, psychiatric, and child and adolescent psychlogical disoredrs.

 

Psychiatrist and clinical practice

In Spain, there are approximately 8,000 family physicians and 5,000 specialists, of which 250 are Psychiatrist , with 18% being women. Most are in high population areas of Barcelona, Madrid, Seville, Valencia,  Granada.

Once undergraduate medical school is completed, a resident may choose to become certified as Psychologist . To become certified as an Senior Psychiatric experts which requires 5 years of approved residency training.

 

 

Mental Health Nursing 2019

Thanks to all of our wonderful keynote speakers, speakers, young researchers and conference attendees of Mental Health Nursing 2020 Conference.

14th World Congress on Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing. Conference Series LLC Ltd was held during July 25th-26th, 2018 at Vancouver, Canada with the theme “Challenges Encountered in Psychiatry and Mental Illness”. Benevolent response and active participation were received from the Scientists, Doctors, Deans, Professors, Lecturers and Students from the fields of Nursing and Healthcare who made this event successful.

The meeting was carried out through various sessions, in which the discussions were held on the following major scientific tracks:

Mental Health Nursing conference was initiated with a series of lectures delivered by both Honourable Guests and members of the Keynote forum. The list included:

Title: The negative effects of extrinsic motivation on organizational emotional intelligence

Javier Fiz Pérez, European University of Rome, Italy

Title: The need for disease

Atul Kumar Mehra, Jaagran Psychoanalysis and Wellness Centre, Canada

Title: Providing care in crisis

Beth Meeker, Mindfulness-Based Psychotherapy, USA

Title: The effects of oppression & historical trauma workshop

Brad Marsden, Suicide Prevention Facilitator, Canada

Title: Smart UBC-Embedding mindfulness into undergraduate BSN curriculum

Iwona Sienko, University of British Columbia Okanagan Campus, Canada

Title: The war within: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder / Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, the struggle, fight and recovery

Lucy Faranda, York Catholic District School Board, Canada

Title: Challenges in initiating and supporting vocational training for persons with mental illness in India

Sailaxmi,GandhiNational Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences, India

Title: Safety and mental health issues in Chinese young international students: A Canadian case study

Lyren Chiu, Langara College, Canada

Title: Level of alcohol consumption and its affective correlates among hospitalized patients

Amanpreet Kaur, Khals College of Nursing, India

Title: Preliminary examination of the positive impact of effect on learning for nursing students

Dale Hilty, Mount Carmel College of Nursing, USA

 

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