Research Contribution and Achievements
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Mental disorders are one of the top public health challenges in the WHO European Region, influencing about 25% of the population consistently. In all countries, mental health problems are more prevalent among those who are most deprived. The WHO European Region therefore faces different difficulties affecting both the (psychological) well-being of the population and the provision and quality of care for people with emotional problems.
The conference offers an emerging scholar awards to excellent researchers, exceptional graduates or early academicians who have distinctive attention towards the conference themes. The Award strives in providing a strong professional development opportunity for early career academicians—meeting experts in the field, interacting with colleagues from other parts of the world, and creating networks and long-term relations.
Expert Level (Scientific Service Achievement Award):
The award to the experts who have made outstanding contributions to advancing in Psychiatry. It is the most prestigious award and is tagged as scientific service Achievement award. The eligibility criteria for achieving this award is that one should have minimum of 20+ years of experience in the relative field in public or private sector. The receiver of this award should have a dedicated fascination and should take initiative in researching the recent trends and developments towards the related subjects. You can nominate deserving of the award through online.
Professional Level (The Research Contribution Award)
The Award for professional or academic research activity acquired in Psychiatry research field in the public or private sector for experts having research knowledge at 10+ years in the field of Psychiatry with most relevant accomplishments. Part-time research experience would be counted as pro-rata. It is calculated starting from the date when you obtained the (first) degree entitling you to embark on a doctorate (either in the country in which the degree was obtained or even if a doctorate was never started or envisaged. You can nominate deserving of the award through online.
Scholar Level (The Upcoming Researcher Award)
The conference offers Scholar Level Award for the upcoming scientists, researchers and experts having 10+ years research experience in the field of Psychiatry. Our conference would like to provide best platform to expand your network by sharing your research knowledge at stage. Presentation includes 25-30 minutes of oral talk on the scientific research topics based on the theme of the conference along with 5 minutes panel discussions. You can nominate deserving of the award through online.
Women Scientist (The Women of Science Award)
Our Conference provides a unique platform for women scientists for presenting latest research projects with an in-depth analysis. We cordially invite women scholars and scientists from Universities/ Industries to who have 10+ years of research experience to join the forum. We are happy to encourage our women scientist’s participants through research awards and help with women scholars in career development and research guidance through our collaborations.Outstanding speaker in Psychiatric Nursing 2020
This award is recognizing for individual who will present their projects, strategies, and schemes that have been implemented to improve long-term excellence in Psychiatry. You can nominate deserving of the award through online
Best Keynote Speaker in Psychiatric Nursing 2020
This award is recognizes for best Keynote speaker who will present their projects, strategies, and schemes that have been implemented to improve long-term excellence in Psychiatry. if you were confirmed as keynote presenter from the program manager, you can nominate someone deserving of the award through online
Best Poster Presentation in Psychiatric Nursing 2020
Student Poster Competition is organized to encourage students and recent graduates to present their original research during the conference. PULSUS Group sets a platform for all the recent scientists and researchers to present and share their real-time work related to the theme of the conference. You can nominate someone deserving of the award through online.
Outstanding Masters/Ph.D./Post Doctorate thesis work Presentation in Psychiatric Nursing 2020
This award is recognizing for Masters/Ph.D./Post Doctorate thesis work Presentation who will present their projects and thesis that have been implemented to improve long-term excellence in the field of Psychiatry. You can nominate deserving of the award through online. You can nominate someone deserving of the award through online.
Mental disorders are one of the hugest public health challenges in the European Region as measured by prevalence, burden of disease or disability. It has been estimated that psychological disorders affect more than a third of the population every year, and the most common is depression and anxiety. Depressive disorder is twice as common in women when compared to men. About 1–2% of the population are diagnosed with psychotic disorders, men and women equally, and 5.6% of men and 1.3% of women have substance use disorders. In all countries, mental disorders tend to be more prevalent for those who are most deprived.
An important indicator of the disease burden on society and health systems is the contribution of specific groups to all chronic conditions (years lived with disability – YLDs). Depressive disorder alone is responsible for 13.7% of the disability burden, which is making it the leading chronic condition in Europe. This is followed closely by alcohol-related disorders (6.2%) in second place, Alzheimer’s and other dementias in seventh (3.8%), and schizophrenia and bipolar disorders in eleventh and twelfth position, each responsible for 2.3% of all YLDs.