psychiatric disorders

2nd Asian Public Mental Health Congress

Bali, Indonesia,

2nd Asian Public Mental Health Congress pertains to psychiatry and mental health disorders such as anxiety, depression, bipolar, behavioral disorders, post-traumatic, seasonal depression, persistent depressive disorder, stress management and understanding the effective diagnosis & treatment to facilitate the recovery from psychiatric disorders.

2nd Euro Depression and Psychiatry Congress

Barcelona, Spain,

2nd Euro Depression and Psychiatry Congress pertains to Psychiatry and Depressive Disorders such as anxiety, depression, bipolar, behavioral disorders, post-traumatic, seasonal depression, persistent depressive disorder, stress and understanding the effective diagnosis & treatment to identify and help to facilitate the recovery of someone suffering from psychiatric disorders.

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The COVID-19 Outbreak and Psychiatric Hospitals in China: Managing Challenges through Mental Health Service Reform

Citation
Xiang, Y. T., Zhao, Y. J., Liu, Z. H., Li, X. H., Zhao, N., Cheung, T., & Ng, C. H. (2020). The COVID-19 outbreak and psychiatric hospitals in China: managing challenges through mental health service reform. Int J Biol Sci, 16(10), 1741-1744.
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Psychiatric Comorbidity and Intimate Partner Violence among Women Who Inject Drugs in Europe

Citation
Tirado-Muñoz, Judit, Gail Gilchrist, Gabriele Fischer, Avril Taylor, Jacek Moskalewicz, Cinzia Giammarchi, Birgit Köchl et al. "Psychiatric comorbidity and intimate partner violence among women who inject drugs in Europe: a cross-sectional study." Archives of women's mental health 21, no. 3 (2018): 259-269.
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It is recognised that women who inject drugs are a highly vulnerable group of people and a section of the population who are at higher risk of showing comorbidities. This further impacts their well-being and can create a barrier to seeking help. There is also a believed link between intimate partner violence frequency and drug use.

Early Cannabis Use and Its Relation to the Development of Psychiatric Disorders

Citation
Roncero, C., Palma-Álvarez, R., Barrau, V., Urbano, N., Martínez-Luna, N., Ortiz-Medina, M., & Daigre, C. (2017). Early cannabis use and its relation to the development of psychiatric disorders: a review. Salud Mental, 40(6), 291-298. doi:https://doi.org/10.17711/SM.0185-3325.2017.037

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Background: Cannabis is the most widely used illegal drug in the world. Both an early cannabis use onset and the amount used contribute to the risk of suffering mental disorders in adulthood. 
Objective: Review longitudinal studies conducted on adolescents associating early cannabis use with the subsequent occurrence of mental disorders.