Supporting Mental Health of Front line workers during resurgence

   15 May 2021

Complimentary Webinar Part 1 on 15.05.2021  (view Here)  .  


View here Part -II - 22.05.2021 : Counselling/ Q & A session


Currently, the entire humanity worldwide is facing a severe healthcare crisis, that is, the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic for the 21st-century population. Pandemic, being unprecedented, leads to several mental health problems, especially among the front-line healthcare workers (HCW). Front-line HCWs often suffer from anxiety, depression, burnout, insomnia and stress-related disorders. Despite the huge magnitude of mental health problems among the front-line HCWs, their psychological health is often overlooked. This International Nurses Day 2021 with the theme vision for future healthcare gives us the opportunity to put the issue in focus and prepare everyone to support Frontline workers as they fight for us.

This webinar cum panel discussion focuses on:
- Risks/vulnerabilities involved
- Coping strategies
- Supporting Others
- Available resources
- Required Social Support

Esteemed Panelists:
1. Dr. Sharad Philip - Senior Resident, Department of Psychiatry at National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences(NIMHANS), Bengaluru
2. Dr. Prakamya Singal - Resident, Department of Psychiatry at Safdarjung Hospital, Delhi

As many of your questions remained unanswered last week we had to have its part 2. You can invite your friends and colleagues to join us for this webinar by forwarding following link to them: