Telangana Journal of Psychiatry

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Telangana journal of psychiatry

Volume-6 And Issue-2 of Telangana journal of psychiatry (2020)

  • 1. Covid 19 And Rise Of Mental Health Issues

  • Author : Sai Krishna P
  • Page No : 104-104
  • DOI : 10.18231/j.tjp.2020.022
  • 2. Burnout Syndrome In Healthcare Professionals

  • Author : G Jagannath
  • Page No : 105-109
  • DOI : 10.18231/j.tjp.2020.023
  • 3. Integration Of Yoga In Clinical Psychiatric Practice

  • Author : B N Gangadhar
  • Page No : 110-112
  • DOI : 10.18231/j.tjp.2020.024
  • 4. A Comparative Study Of Emotional Intelligence In Offenders With Antisocial Personality Disorder And Normal Population At A Tertiary Care Centre In Hyderabad, Telangana

  • Author : Shruti Agnihotri, Anitha Rayirala
  • Page No : 113-118
  • DOI : 10.18231/j.tjp.2020.025
  • Abstract :

    Background: Emotional intelligence refers to ability to monitor own and other people’s emotions. Lack of emotional intelligence can lead to many disturbances in one’s life. A comparison of emotional intelligence in offenders with antisocial personality disorder and in normal population has been done in this study.

  • 5. Stress And Substance Use Among Undergraduate Medical Students In A Government Medical College In Northern Karnataka

  • Author : Shivanand B Hiremath, V H M Chaitra, Desai Mahesh
  • Page No : 119-124
  • DOI : 10.18231/j.tjp.2020.026
  • Abstract :

    Context:  Medical education is highly stressful and demanding as a career. Although, only the academically-minded youth in the society tend to be selected for medical education, the stressful academic environment can exert a negative effect on the psychological and physical well-being. There is growing concern about substan...

  • 6. Prevalence Of Alcohol Dependence Syndrome Cases With And Without Delirium During The First Phase Of Lockdown In Telangana

  • Author : Aditya U, Vijay Kumar M, Sireesha Srinivasa Rao
  • Page No : 125-129
  • DOI : 10.18231/j.tjp.2020.027
  • Abstract :

    Objectives: To determine the prevalence, association of socio-demographic factors, medical comorbidities with delirium in alcohol dependence syndrome individuals hospitalized during the lockdown period.

    Design: 667 alcohol-dependent patients attending the institute of mental health, Hyderabad during th...

  • 7. Tobacco Use And Its Clinical Correlates Among Psychiatric In-patients At A Tertiary Care Psychiatric Hospital: A Cross Sectional Study

  • Author : Pendota Swetha1, Shanti Mohan Kethawath2*, Sireesha Srinivasa Rao3
  • Page No : 130-136
  • DOI : 10.18231/j.tjp.2020.028
  • Abstract :

    Background: Prevalence of tobacco use is variable among psychiatric illness across the world. Tobacco consumption may predispose or worsen the psychiatric illnesses.

    Aims: To study the prevalence of tobacco use among psychiatric in-patients and to study the association...

  • 8. A Study Of Pathway Of Care Among Persons With Mental Illness Attending A Tertiary Care Centre In Hyderabad

  • Author : Divya Meghana Sreevaram, M Vijay Kumar, S Sireesha Srinivasa Rao
  • Page No : 137-142
  • DOI : 10.18231/j.tjp.2020.029
  • Abstract :

    Background: Persons with mental illness usually do not visit the mental health facility first. Instead they approach faith healers and other alternative systems. Only when the condition becomes worse, do they seek psychiatrist consultation leading to delay in treatment.

    Materials and Methods: A cross s...

  • 9. A Cross Sectional Study On The Immediate Response And Mental Health Of The People During The Initial Phase Of Covid-19 Lockdown In Chennai

  • Author : K Monicka, Nirranjana Ganesh, S P Nithya
  • Page No : 143-152
  • DOI : 10.18231/j.tjp.2020.030
  • Abstract :

    Introduction: On 24th March 2020, a 21-day nationwide lockdown was announced by the prime minister of India. This was a beginning of more phases of lockdown. People had to stay indoors, with worries about an uncertain future, about the well-being of near and dear, the lockdown added to the stress of the pandemic.

  • 10. A Study To Assess Knowledge About Child Development In Caregivers Attending The Child Psychiatry Outpatient Department

  • Author : Shilpa Akkineni, Phanikanth Kondaparthi
  • Page No : 153-159
  • DOI : 10.18231/j.tjp.2020.031
  • Abstract :

    Background: The initial years of child nurturing plays an important role in child development and lifelong learning. Parents’ knowledge is considered to be the frame of reference for parents’ interpretations of their child’s behaviour and provides the basis for having the appropriate expectation of the child&rs...

  • 11. Burnout And Its Impact On Mental Health Of Physicians During The Covid -19 Pandemic: A Cross-sectional Study From South India

  • Author : Nukala Srikrishna, Archana Vinnakota, Singisetti Srinivas, Chilukuri Shvetha, Garapati Venkata Abhilash, Sanapala Vidya, Lakshmana Rao
  • Page No : 160-165
  • DOI : 10.18231/j.tjp.2020.032
  • Abstract :

    Background: A large number of doctors are experiencing Burnout during the present COVID-19 pandemic. Excessive workload, uncertainty, longer working hours, work - family conflicts, and difficult working conditions during the pandemic are some of the reasons for physician Burnout. The greatest risk of Burnout is that doctors may ...

  • 12. Study Of Referrals To Department Of Psychiatry In Tertiary Care General Hospital Setting

  • Author : Srilakshmi Pingali, Ajay Kumar Joopaka, Ravi Varma Jangam, Umashankar M
  • Page No : 166-169
  • DOI : 10.18231/j.tjp.2020.033
  • Abstract :

    Background: Study of referral pattern to psychiatry helps us to understand the type of patients and the rate of referral from individual departments. It also helps us to understand the need for consultation liaison services (CLP) thereby strengthening the General Hospital Psychiatric Units (GHPU).

    Aim:...

  • 13. Fear Of Covid-19: A Cross-sectional Study Among General Population In Telangana During Lockdown

  • Author : Shadma Siddiquie, Mazher Ali, Khan Mohammed Zeeshan Ali, Khaja Shakeeb Ahmed Atif, Minhaj Zafar Nasirabadi
  • Page No : 170-175
  • DOI : 10.18231/j.tjp.2020.034
  • Abstract :

    Background: The Novel Coronavirus-19, emerged from Wuhan, China, spread throughout the world. This pandemic with its influence on each and every aspect of life, posed a much greater impact on mental health. Heightened level of anxiety, fear of contracting the virus, future uncertainties are commonly seen among general population...

  • 14. Infective Endocarditis Presenting As Depression: A Case Report

  • Author : Keerthy Reji, Sivin P Sam, Roy Abraham Kallivayalil
  • Page No : 176-178
  • DOI : 10.18231/j.tjp.2020.035
  • Abstract :

    Psychiatric disorders occur in many neurologic conditions like stroke and may be the only initial presentation, especially if the lesion involve left frontal region. Cardiac conditions like Infective endocarditis can result in embolism, which can lead to neurological complications which are the major prognostic determinants as it causes signific...

  • 15. Ethnoreligious Identity Conflict In A Malaysian Patient With Borderline Personality Disorder, A Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Case Report

  • Author : Natasha Subhas, Jiann Lin Loo, Brian Kong Wai Ho
  • Page No : 179-182
  • DOI : 10.18231/j.tjp.2020.036
  • Abstract :

    Borderline Personality Disorder is a heterogeneous disorder involving mood dysregulation, impulse control, interpersonal relationships and identity. The feature of identity confusion can become complicated in a society with multiple ethnoreligious backgrounds, including Malaysia. This case report describes a 24-year-old Malay Muslim lady with Bo...

  • 16. Amitriptyline Induced Galactorrhea: A Case Report

  • Author : Arijit Mondal, Aakanksha Malhotra, Sourav Bag, Soumi Ghosh
  • Page No : 183-184
  • DOI : 10.18231/j.tjp.2020.037
  • Abstract :

    There have been a lot of documented cases of antipsychotic drug induced galactorrhea or non-puerperal lactation and isolated case reports of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor induced galactorrhea. Here we are reporting a case of amitriptyline, a tricyclic antidepressant induced galactorrhea and complete resolution when the drug was withdraw...

  • 17. Depersonalization - Derealization Syndrome: A Case Report

  • Author : Chinni Krishna B, Shanti Mohan Kethawath, Srilakshmi Pingali, Umashankar M
  • Page No : 185-186
  • DOI : 10.18231/j.tjp.2020.038
  • Abstract :

    Depersonalization-derealization syndrome is an under researched clinical phenomenon and is often under diagnosed. We present a case of 42 years old female, who presented with complaining of feeling that her stomach is always empty in spite of adequate food and water intake for the past 7 months. She also reported that all the emotions, bodily mo...

  • 18. Case Report: Mephentermine Misuse And Psychosis

  • Author : Rajesh Ayyalasomayajula, G Pavan Kumar
  • Page No : 187-188
  • DOI : 10.18231/j.tjp.2020.039
  • Abstract :

    Mephentermine is structurally similar to methamphetamine and is banned by world anti-doping agency due to its abuse as performance enhancing drug. Reports of Mephentermine abuse and dependence are emerging recently in competitive sports which might lead to psychosis and harmful effects. Here we describe a case of Mephentermine misuse in a body b...

  • 19. Aaron Temkin Beck

  • Author : Ayesha Sultana
  • Page No : 189-191
  • DOI : 10.18231/j.tjp.2020.040
  • Abstract :

    Aaron Temkin Beck (born July 18, 1921) is an American psychiatrist and a professor emeritus in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania. Beck is noted for his research in psychotherapy, psychopathology, suicide, and psychometrics. He is regarded as the father of Cognitive Therapy. His theories are widely used in the treatme...

  • 20. Girindra Sekhar Bose

  • Author : B Aarthi Rajeshwari
  • Page No : 192-193
  • DOI : 10.18231/j.tjp.2020.041
  • Abstract :

    Dr. Girindra Sekhar Bose, founder of Indian Psychoanalytical society, had a master’s degree in Psychology (1917-21), received D.Sc degree in Calcutta University for his thesis ‘The concept of Repression’. He sent a copy of his thesis to Sigmund Freud for his comments, their correspondence continued till 1937. It was published b...