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- Allied Academics invites the participants from all over the world to attend4thInternational Conference on Mental Health,Well-Being and Primary CareduringOct 16-17, 2017atToronto, Canada.
- The theme of the conference is based on“Unifying the New Discoveries and Advanced Approaches towards Mental Health and Well-being”.
- Mental healthis agoal for allfolks,together withthose withmental retardation, notsimplythose having difficulties.Itis a condition of well-being in which the person aware of his or her own abilities. It also helps in determining how we handle stress. Mental health includes our psychological, emotional and social considerations.The 2main aspects ofmental health areemotional well-being andrewardingsocial andinterpersonalrelationships. Emotional well-being isa cruciala part ofthe gift of human life.Goodsocial andinterpersonalrelationshipsare necessaryforan upscaleand fulfilling life.Mental stateisa vitalingredientwithin thequality of life.The target audience includes Directors, Vice Presidents, Psychiatrist, Neuropsychiatrist, Psychologist, Brand Manufacturers, Professors, Lecturers and Students from Academia in the study of mental health. Prevention of a disorder at a young age may significantly decrease the chances that a child will suffer from a disorder later in life. World Health Organization suggests that nearly half of the world's population is affected by mental illness. 50% of mental health conditions begin by age 14 and 75% of mental health conditions develop by age 24. 1 in 5 adults experiences a mental health condition every year. 1 in 20 suffers with a serious mental illness such as schizophrenia or bipolar disorder. About Toronto Toronto is the most populous city in Canada and the provincial capital of Ontario. It is located in Southern Ontario on the north western shore of Lake Ontario. The earlier name of Toronto is York during late 18th century; the city was ransacked in the Battle of York during the War of 1812. In 1834, York became a city and renamed to Toronto. Toronto is a clean, safe cosmopolitan city with a wonderful network of parks, recreational, and cultural facilities. Toronto is the home of four professional sports teams and the third largest English-speaking theatre district in the world, behind New York and London. One of the world’s most ethnically diverse cities, it is home to more than 80 ethnic communities from Africa, Asia, and Europe. Toronto is also the business centre of Canada. Tourism & Attractions in Toronto are CN Tower, Royal Ontario Museum, Art Gallery of Ontario, Casa Loma, Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto Islands, Rogers Centre, Ontario Science Centre, Toronto Zoo, Black Creek Pioneer Village, and Toronto Harbour. Importance & Scope: Mental health problems are found in people all over the world. Approximately, 450 million people suffer from a mental or behavioral disorder. Nearly 1 million people commit suicide every year. In the course of a year, it is reported that population of about 25% will experience some kind of mental health disorder, with mixed apprehension and depression. Compare to men, women are found to be the most common preys and about 10% of children suffer from mental health disorders. Under the age of 35, Men suicide remains the most common cause of death. Under the President’s 2016 budget, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) would see a $44.6 million, boosting overall funding to $3.666 billion. Among that $482.5 million for the Mental Health Services Block Grant which is level funding from 2015. The budget continues to call for a 5% set-aside to supportearly intervention in psychosis.Target Audience:Directors, Vice Presidents, Psychiatrist, Neuropsychiatrist, Psychologist, Brand Manufacturers, Professors, Lecturers and Students from Academia in the study of mental health.Target Audience:Industry 20% Academia 50% Clinicians 20% Others 10%
- Allied Academics invites the participants from all over the world to attend4thInternational Conference on Mental Health, Well-Beingand Primary CareduringOct 16-17, 2017atToronto, Canada.
- The theme of the conference is based on“Unifying the New Discoveries and Advanced Approaches towards Mental Health and Well-being”.
- TRACK 1:MENTAL HEALTH Mental healthis agoal for allfolks,together withthose withmental retardation, notsimplythose having difficulties. Itis a condition of well-being in which the person aware of his or her own abilities. It also helps in determining how we handlestress. Mental health includes our psychological, emotional and social considerations. The 2main aspects ofmental health are emotional well-being andrewarding social andinterpersonalrelationships. Emotional well-being isa cruciala part ofthe gift of human life.Good social and interpersonal relationships are necessaryforan upscaleand fulfilling life.Mental stateisa vitalingredientwithin thequality of life. TRACK 2:MENTAL RETARDATION Mental retardation (MR)is a developmentaldisabilitycategorizedbyconsiderablyimpairedintellectual andadaptivefunctioning.It's outlinedbyassociate degreeIQscoreunderneath 70 additionallyto deficits intwo oradditionaladaptivebehaviors thathave an effect ondaily life. Oncetargeted almost entirely onpsychological feature, the definitioncurrentlyincludeseachapart regardingmental functioningand oneregardingindividuals'usefulskills in their environments. As aresult ofthisconcentrate onthe person'stalentsinobserve,someonewitha bizarrelylowIQmay notbethought-aboutto ownintellectuallyincapacityor disability. The milder themental retardation, theharderitgenerallyisto spota particularetiology. TRACK 3:CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH GoodMental well-beingchild andadolescentare able to attain and retain optimal psychological and social functioning and well-being. They have a self-worth and sense of identity, sound personal and peer bonds, an ability to be productive and to learn, and a capacity to tackle developmental challenges and use cultural resources to exploit growth. Besides, the mental health of children and juveniles is crucial for their active social and economic contribution. Themental stateof youngstersand adolescentsmay beinfluenced bydifferent factors. Risk factors increase theprobability ofmental stateissues,whereasprotectingfactors moderatethe consequencesof risk exposure. Policies, plans and specific interventionsought tobe designedin a technique that reduces risk factors and enhancesprotectingfactors. TRACK 4:FORENSIC MENTAL HEALTH Forensicmental statedefines a statewhereverthe lawful andpsychological statesystems interrelate.This happens once a privatewhocontains aseriouspsychopathycomesinvolvedwith the law as aresult ofcommittinga criminal offense. The courtscouldrealizean individualnotcriminallyliable or unfitto facetrial on account of amental disease. It describe an area of specialty that, in the criminal sphere, involves the assessment andtreatmentof those who are both mentally disordered and whose behavior has led, or could lead, to offending. In the civil sphere has a new difficult remit, not only being involved in the assessment and management of those who have potentially compensable injuries but also providing advice to courts and tribunals on competency and capacity. TRACK 5:INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES ID or mental retardation is a Condition characterized by the presence of incompletemental developmentthat covers everyday social and practical skills. A person is considered to have anintellectual disabilitywhen the following factors are present: general intellectual functioning is significantly below average; significant deficits exist in adaptive skills and the condition is present from childhood (eighteen years or less). For ID, scores forintellectual development levelsmust be determined based on all of the available information, includingclinical signs,adaptive behaviorin the cultural medium of the individual andpsychometric findings. TRACK 6:ABUSE AND ADDICTION The termabuseused to describe someone’s actions when they havecausedor allowedserious damage to come to different person. Abuse includesphysical abuse,sexual abuse,emotional abuseand neglect.Addictionis a disorder of the brain's reward system which arises through transcriptional and epigenetic mechanisms and occurs over time from chronically high levels of exposure to anaddictive stimulus. It is often used to refer to any behavior that is out of control in some way. TRACK 7:PERSONALITY DISORDERS Personalityis theapproachof feeling, behavingand thinking that createsan individualcompletely differentfromothers.Anindividual’s personalityis influenced by inherited characteristics, experiences and environment (surroundings, life situations).Personality disordersare conditions in which an individual differs considerably from an average person, in terms of how they think, perceive, feel or relate to others .Theseinner experiences andbehaviorsusuallytake issuefrom the expectations of the culture in which someone lives. TRACK 8:POSITIVE MENTAL HEALTH The individual withpositive mental healthcan realize their full ability, deal effectively with our stresses in our life includes work, personal life and with the society. There are several factors which will affect mental health are Biological factors, such as genes, Life experiences such as abuse and their Family history related to mental health. It varies from persons to persons depending on their ages from childhood to adolescencethrough adulthood. TRACK 9:SCHIZOPHRENIA AND BIPOLAR DISORDERS SchizophreniaandBipolar disorderisa seriouspsychotic disorder. Schizophrenia ischaracterizedby incoherent or illogical thoughts,freakybehavior and speech, and delusions or hallucinationslikehearing voices.It is generallybegins in early adulthood. InBipolar disorderthe person common emotions become intenselyand sometimeserraticallyenlarged. Peoplecan rapidly swing from extremes of happiness, energy and clarity tounhappiness, fatigue and confusion. These shifts can bedevastating thatpeoplecouldselectsuicide. TRACK 10:STRESS MANAGEMENT Stressis a feeling of strain and pressure. Excessive amounts of stress may lead to bodily damage. It can increase the danger of heart attacks, ulcers, dwarfism, strokes and mental illnesses such asdepression. Tiny amounts of stress are useful, desired and even healthy.Positive stresshelps improve athletic performance. It also plays a factor inmotivation, adaptation and reaction to the environment.Stress managementdefines stressexactlyasa humanphysiological response toan externalinputthat triggers the "fight-or-flight" reaction. TRACK 11:OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is ananxiety disorderduring whichindividuals have unwanted and constant thoughts, images, sensations, feelingsand interacts in behaviors or mental acts in response to those thoughts or obsessions. Somebody's level ofOCDcan be anywhere from delicate to severe, However ifleft untreated, it will limit his or herability to functionat school or work or even to lead a comfortable existence at home or around others. Typically the person carries out the behaviors to reduce the impact or get rid of theobsessive thoughts, but this only brings temporary relief. TRACK 12:SUICIDAL BEHAVIOUR Suicidal behavior is an important root of injury and death worldwide.Suicidemeans thatnotsolelya tragic loss of a life,howeverconjointlygreat unhappinessandself-examinationby the family and friends and community of theone thathas died.Suicidal behavior could be acomprehensivethoughttogether withsuicidal thoughts,triesand completed suicides. It includescompleted suicideandtried suicide.Thoughts and plansregardingsuicideunit of measurementcalledsuicidehigher cognitive process. TRACK 13:CANCER PSYCHIATRY Cancer psychiatryis a field incancercare involved with treating and understanding thepsychological, social, spiritual, emotional, value-of-life and practical aspects ofcancerfrom hindrance through bereavement. It’s a whole-person approach to cancer care that addresses a range of very human wants which will improve quality of life for folks suffering from cancer. TRACK 14:INFANT MENTAL HEALTH Infant Mental Health (IMH) is defined as the healthy social and emotional development of a young child. It is the ability of a young child to express emotions and form close and securesinterpersonal relationships. Infant mental health is best understood from the perspective ofbrain developmentin the first years of life and the influence of what does or does not happen. It is during this critical window of development when the foundation is laid for all future relationships and learning. IMH encompasses the importance of early attachment relationships and experiences that will either promote social-emotional health and well-being or will set in motion a negative trajectory that is played out throughout the life span. TRACK 15:SEXUAL ABUSE AND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS Sexual abuseiswhen somebodyin an exceedinglyposition of power or authority takes advantage of a person’s trust andregard toinvolve them insexuality. Most victims and perpetrators know one another. The term also covers any behavior by an adult or older adolescent towards a child to stimulate any of the involved sexually. The use of a child or other individuals younger than theage of consent, for sexual stimulation is referred to aschild sexual abuseorstatutory rape.Substance use disorderhappen oncea personality'suse of alcohol or another substance (drug)results inhealthproblemsorissuesat work, school or home. This disorderis additionallyknown ashabit. TRACK 16:POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)isapsychological stateconditionthat istriggered by aterrificevent - either experiencing it or witnessing it. Symptomsmay include severeanxiety, nightmares and flashbacksas wellas uncontrollable thoughtsregardingthe event. People with PTSDcouldfeel stressed or frightened evenonce theydon't seem to be at risk. TRACK 17:MENTAL HEALTH NURSING Mental health nursingis thefield of nursing that cares forfolksof all ages withmental stateor mental distresslikepsychosis,bipolar disorder,depression,schizophreniaanddementia. Nursesduring thisspacereceiveadditionalcoachinginpsychological therapies, building a therapeutic alliance,coping withdifficultbehaviorand therefore theadministration ofpsychiatric medication.
- Primary Mental Health 2017 Theme:Unifying the New Discoveries and Advanced Approaches towards Mental Health and Well-being About the Conference: Primary Mental Health 2017welcomes attendees, presenters, and exhibitors from all over the world toToronto, Canada. We are delighted to invite you all to attend and register for the International Conference on Mental Health, Well-Being and Primary Care which is going to be held duringOctober 16-17, 2017Toronto,Canada. The organizing committee is gearing up for an exciting and informative conference program including plenary lectures, symposia, workshops on a variety of topics, poster presentations and various programs for participants from all over the world. We invite you to join us at the Primary Mental Health 2017, where you will be sure to have a meaningful experience with scholars from around the world. All members of the Primary Mental Health 2017 organizing committee look forward to meeting you inToronto, Canada. Importance & Scope: According to WHO, Mental health is defined as a state of well-being in which every individual realizes his or her own potential and can cope with the normal stresses of life, work productively and fruitfully, and are able to make a contribution to her or his community. Mental disorder is the health condition that is characterized by alterations in thinking, mood, and behavior that is associated with distress or impaired functioning. Mental disorders contribute to problems that may include disability, pain, or death. Globally, depression affects about 400 million, dementia affects about 35 million, while Schizophrenia which affects about 21 million people. Unipolar (also known as Major) depressive disorder is the third leading cause of disability worldwide, of any condition mental or physical, accounting for 65.5 million years lost. Overall list, responsible for 23.7 million DALYs globally, while other drug-use disorders accounted for 8.4 million. Schizophrenia causes a total loss of 16.8 million DALY, and bipolar disorder 14.4 million. Panic disorder leads to 7 million years lost, obsessive-compulsive disorder 5.1, primary insomnia 3.6, and post-traumatic stress disorder 3.5 million daily. Over one’s entire lifetime, the average American has a 47.4 percent chance of having any kind of mental health disorder. It has been reported that, in Germany, depression is ten times more frequent. Why Toronto? Toronto is the leading tourism destination in Canada, attracting more than 25 million Canadian, American and international visitors annually (Tourism Toronto, 2016). In 2016, the Toronto region welcomed 9.9 million overnight visitors. Visitors to Toronto spend about $5.1 billion in direct expenditures during their visits. Visitors to the Toronto region support more than 329,000 people who work in tourism and hospitality. Based on 2017 estimates, Toronto welcomed 13.69 million overnight visitors. 1.42 million visitors arrived from overseas markets (all countries other than Canada and the U.S.) with a further 2.18 million Americans staying overnight – a 1.7 per cent increase over 2016 and a 9.7 per cent increase over 2014 (Tourism Toronto, 2017).The U.K. remains Toronto's largest overseas visitor market with 201,000 arrivals in 2017.Conference Highlights: ·Mental health ·Mental Retardation ·Child and Adolescent mental health ·Forensic Mental health ·Intellectual disabilities ·Abuse and Addiction ·Personality Disorders ·Positive mental health ·Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorders ·Stress management ·Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder ·Suicidal Behavior ·Cancer psychiatry ·Infant mental health ·Sexual Abuse and Substance Use Disorders ·Post-traumatic Stress Disorder ·Mental health nursing Why to attend???Primary Mental Health 2017 will provide an opportunity for all stakeholders working on mental health and its disorders to talk about their work. Mental health will congregate renowned speakers, principal investigators, experts, neurologist’s and psychiatric researchers from both academia and health care industry will join together to discuss their views and research. The conference will be comprised of sessions by world class experts in the field of Psychiatry. In Primary Mental Health 2017, international symposiums, B2B meetings, international workshops will also be organized to discuss the specific topics in the field of Mental Health & Psychiatry. Major Psychological & Mental health Associations and Societies in Canada: Canadian Positive Psychology Association Canadian Psychological Association Psychologists' Association of Alberta British Columbia Psychological Association Manitoba Psychological Society Association of Psychologists of Nova Scotia Ontario Psychological Association Ordre des Psychologues du Quebec Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association Psychology Societies and Associations around the Globe There are approximately 200 Psychological & Psychiatric association globally which deals with various Psychological & Psychiatric disorders. Few of them are: American Psychological Association Canadian Psychological Association International Positive Psychology Association New Zealand Association of Positive Psychology Indian Association of Positive Psychology National Positive Psychology Association Western Positive Psychology Association American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry American Psychiatric Association European Psychiatric Association European Mental Health association European Association of Social Psychology Asian Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Association Asian Association of Social Psychology Association for Psychological Science Association of Black Psychologists British Psychological Society Social Psychology International Association of Applied Psychology International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology Universities in Toronto, Ontario related to Mental health are: • York University • Ryerson University • University of Toronto • Yorkville University • University of Toronto – Scarborough • University of Windsor • University of Guelph • Wilfrid Laurier University • Trent University • McMaster University • University of Western Ontario • Royal Military College of Canada • University of Waterloo • University of Ottawa • Redeemer University College • Queen's University • Lakehead University • York University – Glendon • Carleton University There are even more number of universities in Canada which are related to Psychology few of them are: • University of Saskatchewan • University of Regina • Concordia University • McGill University • Bishop's University • University of Prince Edward Island • Dalhousie University List of Hospitals associated with Psychology, Psychiatry & Mental Health in Toronto, Ontorio are: • Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre • Huronia Regional Centre • St Joseph's Health Centre • St. Michael's Hospital • Homewood Health Centre • Applied Psychology Centre • Toronto General Hospital (TGH) List of Hospitals associated with Psychology, Psychiatry & Mental Health in Canada, are: • Kirkbride Plan • Nova Scotia Hospital • Philippe Pinel Institute • Regional Psychiatric Centre • Riverview Hospital (Coquitlam) • Saskatchewan Hospital • Souris Valley Mental Health Hospital • Tranquille Sanatorium • Woodlands (New Westminster) • Huronia Regional Centre • St Joseph's Health Centre • St. Michael's Hospital • Homewood Health Centre • Applied Psychology Centre • Toronto General Hospital (TGH) Funding In the OECD, around two-thirds of research and development in scientific and technical fields is carried out by industry, and 20% and 10% respectively by universities and government, although in poorer countries. Often research funding is applied for by scientists and approved by a granting agency to financially support research. These grants require a lengthy process as the granting agency can inquire about the researcher(s)'s background, the facilities used, the equipment needed, the time involved, and the overall potential of the scientific outcome. The process of grant writing and grant proposing is a somewhat delicate process for both the granter and the grantee: the granter wants to choose the research that best fits their scientific principles, and the grantee wants to apply for research in which she has the best chances but also in which she can build a body of work towards future scientific endeavours. This interplay can be a frustrating and lengthy process. Market Value on Mental health Research Globally: The global market for Psychiatric & mental health drugs was worth $80.5 billion in 2010 and that value is worth to be $88.3 billion in 2015. The global Behavioral health software market in 2014 is $0.75 billion and is expected to reach $1.5 billion by 2019. Market Growth of Psychology Research in the last and upcoming ten years North America has the biggest market for mental health software, preceded by Europe. According to BBC research the global market for drugs treating mental disorders was valued as $70.1 billion in 2012 and is estimated to have declined slightly too nearly $69 billion in 2013 and by 2018 it aims the market growth approximately to $77.1 billion. Industries Associated with Psychiatry & Psychology Research (Antipsychotic Drugs) are; • Eli Lilly • AstraZeneca, Universal Health Services Inc • Johnson & Johnson - J&J • Pfizer • GlaxoSmithKline- GSK • Cephalon • Abbott Laboratories • Bristol-Myers Squibb • AstellasPharma Inc Products manufactured by the industry related to Psychiatric & Psychological Mental Disorders are; • Zyprexa • Zyprexa Relprevv • Zyprexa Zydis
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