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Nov 28-29, 2024    Dubai, UAE
7th International Conference on

Mental Health and wellbeing

About Longdom Conferences

Longdom conferences hosting 200+ leading international conferences and virtual events annually. It is instrumental in bringing together experts and learners from all over the globe for mutual growth and effective research-oriented discussions. As per the present market demand and growth in the field of mental health research, Longdom meetings are hosting its "7th International conference on mental health and wellbeing," This will be one of the leading surgery conferences scheduled for scheduled for November 28-29, 2024 | Dubai, UAE. The event will revolve around the theme, “Prioritizing Mental Health on a Global Scale”.

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Who Will Be the Participants?

Academic Deans and Directors
Professors and Project Leads
Postdoctoral Researchers and Scholars
Young Scientists and Students
CEOs, CFOs, Chairs, and Vice-Chairs
Marketing, Business, and Development Teams
Collaboration-Seeking Experts
Product Designers and Solution Developers
Business Sales and Services Professionals
Association and Society Members
Funding Organizations and Fundraisers
Track 1: Mental Health

Mental health encompasses an individual's emotional, social, and cognitive well-being. It plays a crucial role in every stage of life, from childhood through adulthood, influencing how a person handles stress, relates to others, and makes decisions. Mental health issues can affect mood, thinking, and behaviour, and are influenced by various factors including biological elements, life experiences such as abuse or trauma, and family history of mental health problems. There are more than 200 classified mental illnesses, with common ones including bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, anxiety disorders, and dementia.

Key aspects include:

Multiple personality disorders

Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder (OCPD)

Counselling for adults and children

Cognitive-behavioural therapy

Related Topics: Mental Health Conferences | Mental Health Meetings | Psychology Conferences | Mental Health Disorders | Addiction and Mental Health | Eating Disorders | Bipolar Disorders | Behavioural Disorders | Mental Health Congress | Mental Health Summit | Medical Events

Track 2: Psychiatry

Psychiatry is the scientific study of mental states and behaviours. It is a broad field that includes numerous sub-disciplines such as human development, sports psychology, clinical psychology, social behaviour, and cognitive processes.

Key areas include:

Neurocognitive psychiatry

Behavioural psychology

Emergency psychiatry

Cognitive psychology

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Track 3: Psychotherapy & Psychology

Psychology is the study of the mind and behaviour, encompassing both conscious and unconscious processes. Psychotherapy aims to enhance a person's mental and emotional well-being by identifying and reducing negative impulses, feelings, or emotions, and improving social skills and connections. This often involves regular, one-on-one interactions to help individuals change their behaviour and overcome problems.

Key components include:

Personal interaction

Addressing pseudoscience

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Track 4: Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia affecting older adults and is not a normal part of aging. There is currently no cure or treatment that alters the disease progression in the brain. Advanced stages of Alzheimer's can lead to severe complications such as dehydration, malnutrition, or infection, which can be fatal. Dementia is a broad term describing a decline in cognitive ability severe enough to interfere with daily life, caused by injury or loss of brain cells.

Key aspects include:

Vascular dementia

Dementia with Lewy bodies

Neurological examination

Related Topics: Child Abuse | Depression | Neurological Disorders | Mental Health | Mental Health Workshops | Mental Health Congress | Anxiety Conference | Child Maltreatment | Physical abuse | Psychological and Emotional Abuse | Slavery | Physical Punishments

Track 5: Schizophrenia & OCD

Schizophrenia is a serious mental disorder where individuals interpret reality abnormally, with persistent and often severe disabling effects. Globally, around 24 million people, or 1 in 300, suffer from schizophrenia. This disorder can result in a combination of delusions, hallucinations, and extremely disordered thinking and behaviour, impairing daily functioning. While schizophrenia and OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder) are distinct in their causes and symptoms, some overlapping characteristics can make individuals vulnerable to both disorders.

Key aspects include:

Streptococcal infections

Generalized anxiety disorder

Intrusive thoughts

Related Topics: Schizophrenia Conference | Mental Health Conferences | Mental Health Meetings | Brain Disorders | Wellbeing | Psychology | Neurological Disorders | Behavioural Disorders | Addiction and Mental Health | Eating Disorders | Medical Events

Track 6: Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Child mental health focuses on the identification, classification, treatment, and maintenance of optimal psychological functioning and well-being in children and adolescents. Specialists use psychotherapy and sometimes medication to address mental health issues in this population. This field also addresses obesity-related conditions such as diabetes and nutritional deficiencies, and mental health problems such as depression. Child psychiatry, also known as Pediatric psychiatry, involves addressing issues such as:

Key areas include:

Child abuse and neglect

Emotional and behavioural disorders

Social impact

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Aggression and violence

Track 7: Stress and Anxiety

Stress is primarily a cerebral perception of pressure, releasing important neurochemicals and hormones that prepare us for action (fight or flee). It's a feeling of emotional and physical pressure linked to heart-related issues like coronary artery disease, heart attack, and heart failure. Extreme responses to stress can lead to panic attacks. Stressors are situations and pressures that cause stress. Events that make you feel confused or anxious can trigger this focused emotion. The majority of people experience stress and anxiety occasionally. Pressure may manifest as fear, stress, or apprehension and can be a response to anxiety or the inability to identify significant stressors in life.

Positive psychology

Generalized anxiety disorder

Related Topics: Mental Health Conferences | Mental Health Meetings | Brain Disorders | Nervousness | Irritability | Insomnia | Concentration Issues | Anxiety | Stress | Medication | Neurological Disorders | Behavioral Disorders

Track 8: Depression and Bipolar Disorders

In everyday life, the term "depression" can refer to various topics. It's challenging to understand because it describes both a mental condition and a feeling. "Depression" may refer to a temporary feeling of unhappiness resulting from daily setbacks, fatigue, loneliness, and anguish. Bipolar disorder, also known as manic-depressive illness, is a mental condition characterized by erratic changes in mood, energy, activity levels, and the ability to perform daily tasks. There are four main types of bipolar disorder, each causing significant changes in mood, energy, and activity levels, ranging from highly elevated, energized "manic episodes" to very sad, "down" or depressed episodes. Hypomanic episodes are less severe manic episodes.

Childhood abuse

Mood stabilizers

Natural disasters

Manic depressive behavioural disorder

Related Topics: Mental Health Conferences | Mental Health Meetings | Brain Disorders | Nervousness | Irritability | Insomnia | Concentration Issues | Anxiety | Stress | Medication | Neurological Disorders | Behavioral Disorders | Depression

Track 9: Sleep Disorders

Sleep-wake disorders often occur alongside medical conditions or other mental health issues, such as anxiety, depression, or cognitive disorders. Sleep difficulties are linked to both physical and emotional problems. Sleep problems can contribute to and complicate mental health conditions and can also be a symptom of other mental health issues.

Restless leg syndrome

Sleep apnea

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Track 10: Neurodevelopmental Disorders

Neurodevelopmental conditions interfere with the growth and development of the brain or, sometimes, the central nervous system. These issues affect memory, learning ability, self-control, and emotion, emerging as a person develops. Neuropsychology and behavioral neuroscience are closely related to neuropsychiatry, a growing psychiatry subspecialty that deals with mental issues potentially linked to nervous system conditions.

Pervasive developmental disorders

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)

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Track 11: Midwifery and Women's Health

Midwifery encompasses pregnancy, childbirth, postpartum care, and the sexual and reproductive health of women throughout their lives. Midwives practice in hospitals, private medical clinics, birthing centres, and home births, providing maternal care during and after labour. Women's health focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of conditions that affect women's physical and mental well-being.

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Track 12: Addiction Psychiatry

Addiction psychiatry is a subspecialty within psychiatry focused on the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of individuals with addiction-related disorders. This includes dependencies on legal and illegal drugs, gambling, food, and other impulse control disorders. Addiction occurs when a person ingests a substance (e.g., alcohol, cocaine, nicotine) or engages in a behaviour (e.g., gambling, sex, shopping) that is enjoyable but becomes compulsive and interferes with daily responsibilities and activities such as work, relationships, or health.

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Track 13: Adult and Geriatric Psychiatry

Geriatric psychiatry is a branch of medicine focused on diagnosing and treating mental disorders in older adults. It is a subspecialty of psychiatry that deals with the study, prevention, and treatment of mental disorders in the elderly, emphasizing the psychological and biological aspects of normal aging.

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Track 14: Evolutionary Psychology and Psychoanalytic Theories

Psychoanalysis is a treatment technique related to the investigation of the unconscious mind to address mental disorders. It aims to release repressed emotions and help patients confront them. Evolutionary psychology and psychiatry suggest that psychological issues arise from the malfunctioning of mental modules adapted to ancestral environments but not modern ones.

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Track 15: Strokes and Trauma

With increased awareness of the severe impact of traumatic brain injury (TBI) in recent years, a common question is whether TBI can cause strokes. Many well-known athletes have discussed how TBI affected their lives long after retiring from sports. Research has found an association between TBI and stroke. Following trauma, strokes are common, and although modern concepts of stroke pathology do not directly link it to trauma, various mechanisms can cause ischemia or haemorrhage due to a previous traumatic event.

Related Topics: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder | Acute Stress Disorder | Reactive Attachment Disorder | Depression | Neurological Disorders | Mental Health | Mental Health Workshops | Wellbeing Events | Mental Health Congress | Schizophrenia Conference | Anxiety Conference

Market Analysis

Global Mental Health industry demand was worth USD 24.09 Billion in 2013 and is anticipated to reach above USD 30.80 billion by 2020. Rising investment in R&D resulting in the development of numerous products in neuroinformatics coupled with adequate funding from the government are key factors that drive growth in this market.

Neuro-informatics involves designing and developing efficient tools and algorithms that can augment the performance of structural and functional mapping. Global Neuroscience market is expected to grow at CAGR of 2.9% over the next seven years.

Increasing occurrence of malicious disorders including Parkinsonism and Alzheimer’s disease together with other inherited CNS disorders has resulted in increased necessity for new improvements in neuroscience industry. The market is expected to experience growth over the forecast period on account of growing demand in laboratories and academic centres. The market players aim at introducing unique technologies with the ability to obtain insights to understand better the compound nervous functionalities and neural manipulations. Furthermore, increasing aggregate geriatric population every year is anticipated to drive significantly the demand owing to a growing need for better treatment and medication.

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