J Harini Christopher
Sampurna Monfort College, India India
Happiness Strategist and Laughter Coach, Singapore Singapore
Lissy Ann Puno
International Counselling & Psychology Centre, Singapore Singapore
University of Helsinki, Finland Finland
Nanavati Superspeciality Hospital, India India
University Health Network Princess margaret cancer centre, Canada Canada
B J Wadia Hospital, India India
West China University of medical sciences, China China
Recommended Global Psychiatry Webinars & Conferences
Psychiatry Mentalhealth 2023
34th International Conference on “Psychiatry and Psychosomatic Medicine” which is going to be held on March 13-14, 2023. The theme of the conference is “Psychological impact on the Human Being after Covid-19”. This conference is going to cover the entire field related to Psychiatry and Psychosomatic Medicine, its complication and the management and it also cover what is the innovative treatment related to their disorders. We are looking forward to being part of this collaborative gathering of key innovators and thought leaders from across the medical and health spectrum. For more information or for opportunities to attend, speak, or sponsor at this year’s conference
You will be getting an opportunity towards;
· Keynote Presentations
· Oral Presentations
· Poster Presentations
· Young Researchers Forum (YRF)
· Video Presentations
Sessions and Tracks
Why should you attend?
- Understand and master the rapid and dramatic changes in the practices of psychiatry and behavioral health.
- Learn about clinical innovations to improve patient care.
- Identify and improve mental health disparities in the community.
- Network with colleagues and share solutions to the challenges you face.
- Earn 10-15 CME credits.
- Meet and network with the leaders in psychiatry and Psychosomatic Medicine and related disorders.
- Participate in career Development sessions.
- Share experiences, insights and strategies in interactive peer-to peer round tables.
- Hear more perspectives in one place – from large medium and small organisations from Pharma, biotech and academia.
- Learn about new treatment options to help your patients.
Al Baraha Global Psychiatry and Psychology market contributes to $34.5 billion which includes major countries such as US (74%), Europe (64%), japan (8.3%), and UAE (7.8%).
Market Analysis for Abuse and Addiction Treatment
Substance Abuse Treatment Market size was valued at USD 10 Billion in 2020 and is projected to reach USD 18.7 Billion by 2028, growing at a CAGR of 8% from 2021 to 2028.
Market Analysis for Pediatric Medicines
The global pediatric market should grow from $92.6 billion in 2019 to reach $116.6 billion by 2024 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.7% for the period of 2019-2024.
Market Analysis of Anti-Psychotic Drugs
The global antipsychotic drugs market size was valued at $12,417.60 million in 2020, and is estimated to reach $26,041.00 million by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 8.0% from 2021 to 2030. Antipsychotic drugs are medications used in treatment of psychosis including schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
Market Analysis for CNS Biomarker Market
The central nervous system biomarkers market is projected to register a CAGR of 7.5% during the forecast period, with revenue of approximately USD 4,652 million in 2020, and it is expected to reach USD 7,160 million by 2026. COVID-19 cases across the world had a profound impact on the CNS biomarkers market.
Fund Allotment to Psychiatry Research
NIHR- National Institute for Health Research- $1.05 bi
HBP- Human Brain Project - $ 1.3bi
BRI- Brain Research Initiative -$ 0.1 bi
The total cost of treatment of anxiety and depression disorders across 36 countries worldwide is estimated to be $147 billion by 2030. The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) is the largest funder of research on mental disorders in the world. Mental illness’ and ‘Mental disorder’ are the terms used to describe a spectrum of mental health and behavioral disorders in Australia. National Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing was started in 1990 in Australia. The role of this survey is to measure the number of population and the amount of disability with mental health disorders and mental health services used by the people. The importance of fine mental state and its impact on Australians have long been recognized by the Australian government and every one state and territory governments. Over the last three decades, these governments have worked along, via the National Mental State Strategy, to develop mental state programs and services to raised address the mental state needs of Australians.
In 2015-16, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare was estimated that around $9.0 billion or $373 per person was spent on mental health-related services. Out of 9.0 billion USD $5.4 billion (59.8%) was funded by state and territory governments, $3.1 billion (35%) were funded by the Australian government and $466 million (5.2%) was funded by private health insurance funds.
Funding of Projects
Brain Research Initiative
Brain Research through Advancing Innovative technology is a research effort launched by the Obama Administration to map the human brain working. In FY 2014, a $100 million fund was issued in name of the National Institutes of Health.
National Institute for Health Research
In 2012/13, NIHR had a total research cost of £958.9m, research program’s- £208.9m and on infrastructure-£618.9m. The Faculty members of NIHR including senior investigators and fellowships received £100m.
Human Brain Project
The Human Brain Project is the one of the longest running project; the project cost is estimated at 1.19 billion euros and planned to last ten years (2013-2023).
PROJECTIONS: GROWTH IN NEXT 5 TO 10 years
Psychiatrists - Demand for Psychiatrists are projected to increase from ∼18,180 to 21,440 by 2025.
The Human Brain Project- The main goal of the HBP is to deliver a collaboratively built first draft "scaffold" model and simulation of the human brain by 2023.
Healthy People 2020- It is a statement of national health objectives designed to identify the most significant preventable threats to health and to establish national goals to reduce these Psychiatry problems.
WPA Member Societies and Sections plan to increase significantly the number of Psychiatrists in the near future, and to upgrade the pattern of distribution of the journal. In addition to the original English edition, a Chinese edition of the journal is already being produced. Contacts are ongoing for the production of Spanish, a Portuguese and a Japanese edition.
The journal is also produced in an electronic version, which is sent by email to the Presidents of all WPA Member Societies and the Chairpersons of all WPA Sections. This version is already included in the website of the WPA and of several of its Member Societies and Sections.
Global Burden of Disease: A collaborative Project (2005 to 2030)
WHO launched a number of global public health projects, including the Public Health and Global Initiative on Psychiatry and whose purpose is to increase professional and public awareness of the occurrence, extent and costs of disorders and to emphasize the need to provide Psychiatric & psychological care at all levels including primary healthcare.
The NIH Human Connectome Project is an ambitious effort to map the neural pathways that underlie human brain function. The objective of Project is to acquire and share data about the structural and functional connectivity of the human brain.
ROOTS: Investigating the origins of adolescent psychopathology
The project will not restrict itself to the study of depression but will encompass many aspects of teenage mental health throughout the demanding adolescent period. The aim is to determine the relative contributions that specific genetic, physiological, psychological and social variables make to the overall risk for psychopathology during adolescence. Teenagers are recruited into the study at age 14 and will be followed through the adolescent period until they reach 17-18.
Past Conference Report
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