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The Department of Psychiatry has been a pioneer in providing mental health services in a General Hospital Setting. The department runs regular out-patient walk-in and follow-up clinics in addition to weekly specialty clinics for child and adolescent psychiatric disorders, psychosomatic disorders, common mental disorders, severe mental disorders, dual diagnosis disorders and brain stimulationtherapies. Consultation liaison services are provided for the patients admitted in other wards of the hospital andemergency psychiatric services are provided on a round-the-clock. The department also provides community outreach services 6 days a week at the CRHSP, Ballabgarh, including one day each at the Primary Health Centre at Dayalpur and Chhainsa. Besides pharmacotherapeutic interventions, psychological treatments, modified electro convulsive therapy (MECT) and advanced treatments like rTMS, tDCS and biofeedback are routinely provided. During the year 2017-18, the department provided out-patient consultation services to a total of 17, 204 new cases and 66, 333 follow up cases and in-patient management to 282 patients.

The department is at the forefront of medical education with courses for MBBS, B.Sc/M.Sc nursing, MD (Psychiatry) and PhD (Clinical Psychology) scholars. The departmentalso conducts short term training courses of residents posted from other departments (Medicine, Geriatric Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Palliative Medicine, and DM Neurology). For MBBS students, teaching includes theory lectures of 20 hours (6th semester) and clinical training of 7 hours (3rd semester), 25 days (4th-5th semester) and 40 days (in 6th/8th semester).The department undertakes regular collaborative research with national and international agencies like World Health Organization (WHO), University of California, National Institute of Health Research (UK), ICMR, and is one of the leading partners for research regarding the development of psychiatric classificatory system (ICD-11) by WHO. The department organizes year round public educational events for public dissemination of research knowledge and to promote awareness of mental health issues.

Currently primary mandate of the department is to develop highly trained manpower, and formulate curriculum and techniques for undergraduate and postgraduate medical education. Exploration of general mental health morbidity, culturally appropriate treatment of mental disordersand epidemiology of substance abuse remains the main research focus of the department.

 

History of the Department:

The Department of Psychiatry had informal beginning in 1958, when DrLuvia Taylor Gregg, Honorary Consultant in Psychiatry, began formal teaching in psychiatry for the first batch of MBBS students. Dr Gregg planned to introduce 100 hours of teaching in psychiatry in MBBS curriculum. Prof KL Wig, the then Head, Department of Medicine (later Director, AIIMS) was instrumental in integrating teaching of psychiatry throughout the clinical posting in medicine, so that the exposure to psychiatry was spread to all the 3 years on weekly basis. Since there was no inpatient unit in psychiatry, MBBS students were sent to the Mental Hospital, Agra for exposure to inpatients in psychiatry. DrVimlaVirmani, who later headed the Department of Neurology, had worked as clinical tutor in the initial years of the Department history.Dr SC Malik, one of the earliest post graduate pass out from AIIMS, wrote in one of his memoirs, “we had about 80-100 hours' exposure in psychiatry at the under-graduate level. Psychiatry at that time was (mostly) ‘Dynamic Psychiatry’ with highly laden emphasis on psycho-analysis and analytically oriented psychotherapy. For the undergraduates it was a very thrilling experience and many of us approached Mrs. Gregg to know about ourselves - our hidden complexes etc. Our exposure to psychiatry was spread to all the 3 years on a weekly basis”

Dr AS Mahal joined as Assistant Professor in 1962 and Dr D Satyanand as Professor and Head in Aug 1963. DrSatyanand started regular MD Psychiatry programme in psychiatry, the first in the country. Post graduate psychiatry in general hospital setting provided the groundworks for de-stigmatizing psychiatry and in moving mental disorders outside the custodial boundaries of mental asylums, within the community. The MD course also fostered integration as medical residents could now opt for Psychiatry as their specialization in general hospital settings.

Anothermilestone contribution of the department was the development of rural mental health services, through the Indian council of Medical research funded mental health project at the Comprehensive Rural Health Services Project (CRHSP), Ballabhgarh during 1964, under the leadership of DrD Satyanand. The integration of Psychiatry training in rural undergraduate medical curriculum is a continuing legacy of this project. The department continues to provide regular care at its rural centres to fulfill its obligation towards development of rural and community psychiatry.

Another first achieved by the department of psychiatry, under leadership of DrSatyanand, was the beginning of Child Guidance Clinic in Delhi in 1964. From seeing only cases of mental retardation and hyperkinetic disorders initially, this clinic, now caters to a wide variety of psychiatric disorders and behavioral issues of children.

The first batch of successful psychiatrists completed their training at AIIMS in 1964 and DrSatyanand retired in late 1966. During 1967-1968, Dr Erna Hoch, a Swiss psychiatrist, who had migrated to India, headed the Department as Honorary Professor and Head for about one and half year.From 1969-1980, she was medical director and professor of psychiatry in the only psychiatric hospital in the province of Cashmere (Kashmir). In 1988, Erna Hoch returned to Switzerland to live in the Tessin. Her famous book “Sources and Resources” represents a collections of articles written while in India propounding on the cultural influence of mental ailments and their treatment. 

Prof JS Neki, who joined the department in September 1968 as Professor and Head, introduced the concept of ‘Guru-Chela’ paradigm in the practice of psychotherapy with due consideration to Indian culture and context. He was also instrumental in opening doors for Psychiatry in other departments. Due to his efforts, posts for psychologists were created in the department of Pediatrics and Neurosciences.

Prof N N Wig (Picture courtesy: Shubh Singhvia Flikr) and Prof Rajat Ray

In 1980, Prof NN Wig joined the department. He was part of the expert group formed for preparing draft of National Mental Health Programme (NMHP), which was completed in 1982. Prof Wig also strengthened the relationship of psychiatry with neurosciences in 1984, by holding the first faculty position in Neuropsychiatry at AIIMS.

The de-addiction services started in AIIMS outpatient department in 1976.Prof D Mohan, then Head of the Department, and an AIIMS alumnus, persistently endeavored to minimize the gross imbalancebetween the resources required to meet the increasing needs for de-addiction services and those available. Thus was formed the De-Addiction Centre (DAC), initially functional from premises of DeenDayalUpadhyay Hospital. The DAC subsequently evolved to become National Drug Dependence Treatment Centre (NDDTC), a national centre and a WHO collaborating centreand became fully operational from its new premises in Ghaziabad from April 2003.

Prof R Ray, who became head of the department after the retirement of Prof D Mohan, was pioneer in carrying out the first national survey on substance use disorders under Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Government of India, carried out from March 2000 to November 2001. 

Prof SK Khandelwal, who became the head in 2013, developed the department further with multiple liaison services and creation of specialty clinics at AIIMS. His position as faculty of neuropsychiatryfurther strengthened the relation of psychiatry with neurosciences. DrKhandelwal is also credited with opening ofone of the first lithium clinic in India where free testing could be carried out for patient suffering from Bipolar Disorder. Under his leadership, various National CMEs and public lectures have been organized. In 2016 the department hosted the World Congress of Social Psychiatry under the leadership of Prof Khandelwal and Prof R K Chadda, who succeeded Prof Khandelwal as the Head of the Department and Chief of the National Drug Dependence Treatment Centre upon his retirement.

Dr. Koushik Sinha Deb

 

 

Personal Details:

Name:                                     Dr. Koushik Sinha Deb

Date of Birth:                         8th October, 1977

Medical Registration:            MCI58303, DMC 67207-RRE

Qualification:                         MD (Psychiatry)

 

Current Affiliation:                        

Assistant Professor

Department of Psychiatry

All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS)

New Delhi, 110029

 

Office Address:

Room No: 4096, Department of Psychiatry,

Teaching Block,

All India Institute of Medical Sciences,

Ansari Nagar, New Delhi

Pin: 110029,

 

Phone no: +91-9868945171

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Essential Qualifications

2005-2008: Doctor of Medicine (MD) – Psychiatry at AIIMS, New Delhi                     

1996-2003: Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (M.B.B.S) Medical College, Kolkata (Calcutta University).

 

 

Academic Experience:

June 2014 – till present: Assistant Professor, AIIMS Delhi

May 2013 – June 2014:Assistant Professor, AIIMS Jodhpur

2012: June – April, 2013: Senior Research Associate (Scientists’ Pool Scheme)

Feb-May: Senior Research Officer in the WHO project: "Cross-cultural development of a Depression Identification Instrument for SEARO" Department of Psychiatry, AIIMS, New Delhi.

2011: WHO Short Term Consultant: Worked in the WHO project titled “Technical support for Audit of Mental Health Systems in Maldives”

2009-2012: Senior Resident: Department of Psychiatry and National Drug Dependence Treatment Centre, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS)

 

Research Focus & Summary:

 

Published Articles

27

 

Area of Interest

Book Chapters

7

 

Consultation Liaison Psychiatry & Psycho-somatic Medicine,

General Adult Psychiatry

Extra-Mural Projects

4

 

Intra-Mural Projects

13

 

Awards

5

 

 

 

List of Publications:

 

Research papers

 

1.       Deb KS, and Singh S. (2017). “The Language of Suffering: A Commentary on VeenaDas’s ‘How the Body Speaks.’” Medicine Anthropology Theory | An Open-Access Journal in the Anthropology of Health, Illness, and Medicine 4 (3): 166. doi:10.17157/mat.4.3.483.

2.       Deb KS, Gupta SK. (2017) Prevention strategies for substance use disorders in low-resource settings. Indian J Soc Psychiatry.33:112-7

3.       Chandran N, Parmar A, Deb KS. (2017) A Rare Presentation of a Case of Obsessive–compulsive Disorder Comorbid with Bipolar Affective Disorder. Indian Journal of Psychological Medicine. 39(1): 439-440.

4.       Tuli A, Singh P, Sood M, Deb KS, Jain S, Jain A, Wason M, Chadda RK, Verma R.(2016) Harmony: close knitted mhealth assistance for patients, caregivers and doctors for managing SMIs.  Proceedings of the 2016 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing, Adjunct (doi:10.1145/2968 219.2968301): 1144-1152.

5.       Varshney M, Mahapatra A, Krishnan V, Gupta R, Deb KS. (2016). Violence and mental illness: what is the true story? Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 70(3), 223–225

6.       Sood M, Chadda R K, Deb KS, Bhad R, Mahapatra A, Verma R, Mishra AK. (2016). Scope of Mobile Phones in Mental Health Care in Low Resource Settings. Journal of Mobile Technology in Medicine, 5(2), 33–37

7.       Gupta R, Krishnan V, Deb KS, Mahapatra A, Sharan P. (2016). ARFID in adults: Problems with the DSM 5 and ICD-11 conceptualization of restrictive eating disorders. European Psychiatry, 33, S184

8.       Khandelwal SK, Deb KS, Krishnan V. (2015). Restraint and seclusion in India. Indian Journal of Social Psychiatry, 31(2), 141

9.       Gupta R, Sahu A, Pawar A, Deb KS. (2015). OR-35: Trichotillomania--A proposal for change of diagnostic criteria in ICD-11. Journal of Behavioral Addictions, 4(S1), 19–20

10.   Lal R, Deb KS, Kedia S. (2015). Substance use in women: Current status and future directions. Indian Journal of Psychiatry, 57 (Suppl 2), S275-285

11.   Kushwaha V, Deb KS, Chadda RK, Mehta M. (2014). A study of disability and its correlates in somatization disorder. Asian Journal of Psychiatry, 8, 56–58

12.   Goyal S, Deb KS, Elawadhi D, Kaw N. (2014). Substance abuse as a way of life in marginalized gender identity disorder: a case report with review of Indian literature. Asian Journal of Psychiatry, 12, 160–162

13.   Thiels C, Deb KS. (2014). EDDA: an eating disorder diagnostic algorithm according to ICD-11. Eating and Weight Disorders: EWD, 19(1), 111–114

14.   Deb KS, Gupta R, Varshney M. (2014). Orlistat abuse in a case of bulimia nervosa: the changing Indian society. General Hospital Psychiatry, 36(5), 549.e3-4

15.   Balhara YPS, Deb KS. Impact of tobacco on thyroid function. Thyroid Research and Practice. 2014 Jan 1;11(1):6.

16.    Mandal P, Prakash S, Deb KS. Schizophrenia caregivers' trauma-Need to look deeper. Asian J Psychiatr, 2013; 6(5):428-429.

17.   Deb KS, Balhara YPS. (2013). Dhat syndrome: a review of the world literature. Indian Journal of Psychological Medicine, 35(4), 326–331

18.   Chadda RK, Ramshankar P, Deb KS, Sood M. (2013). Metabolic syndrome in schizophrenia: Differences between antipsychotic-naïve and treated patients. Journal of Pharmacology &Pharmacotherapeutics, 4(3), 176–186

19.   Chadda, RK, Deb KS. (2013). Indian family systems, collectivistic society and psychotherapy. Indian Journal of Psychiatry, 55(Suppl 2), S299-309

20.   Balhara YP, Deb KS. Impact of alcohol use on thyroid function. Indian J EndocrinolMetab. 2013;17(4):580-587

21.   Deb KS, Sarkar S, Sood M, Khandelwal SK. Wires in the body: A case of factitious disorder.Indian Journal of Psychological Medicine. 2013; 35(2): 209-211

22.   Ray R, Vaswani M, Deb KS, Sethi H, Kishore N, Goyal R. Post marketing surveillance of sublingual buprenophine naloxone combination tablets. Indian J PhysiolPharmacol. 2012 Oct-Dec;56(4):359-66.

23.   Sagar R, Deb KS. Review of the Mental Health Services in Maldives. Submitted to: World Health Organization, Country Office for Maldives; 2011

24.   Deb KS, Dhawan A. Extent and pattern of drug use amongst street children in India. In: A Trainer’s Manual on drug use prevention, treatment and care for street children. New Delhi: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and National Institute of Social Defense (NISD); 2011.

25.   Ambekar A, Deb KS. Substance Use Disorders: An Overview. In: Lal R. Ambekar A, editors. Substance Use Disorders: A Manual for paramedical professionals. New Delhi: WHO-India and Ministry of Health and Family Welfare; 2009

26.   Deb KS, Tripathi BM, Ambekar A. Substance Use among Street Children: An Overview. Drug Abuse: News-n-Views, NDDTC AIIMS. 2009;13-22.

27.   Ray R, Ambekar A, Deb KS. International Policy and Legal Framework: an Overview. Drug Abuse: News-n-Views, NDDTC AIIMS. 2009;3-8.

 

Chapters in Books:

1.       Deb KS, Sagar R. Anorexia and bulimia. In: Gupta P, Menon PSN, Ramji S, Lodha R. Postgraduate Textbook of Pediatrics. 1st ed. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers; 2015: 795-8

2.       Chadda RK, Deb KS. Alternative and Indigenous Therapies. In: Chavan BS, Gupta N, Arun P, Sidana AK, editors. Comprehensive Textbook on Community Psychiatry in India. Ist Edition. Chandigarh. 2011

3.       Sagar R, Deb KS. Psychiatric education in our Country: Past, Present and Future. In: Kulhara P, Avasthi A, Thirunavukarasu M, editors. Themes and Issues in Contemporary Indian Psychiatry. Publication committee, Indian Psychiatric Society; 2011.p.102-137.

4.       Khandelwal S, Deb KS. Transcendental meditation: current status. In: Varma VK, Gupta N, editors. Psychotherapy in a Traditional Society: Context, Concept and Practice. 1st  Ed. New Delhi: Jaypee; 2008.p.190-205.

5.       Ambekar A, Deb KS. Substance Use Disorders: An Overview. In: Lal R. Ambekar A, editors. Substance Use Disorders: A Manual for paramedical professionals. New Delhi: WHO-India and Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.2009.p.7-16

6.       Ambekar A, Deb KS. Import of Narcotics for Clinical Trial Supplies. In: Kshirsagar N, Kulkarni T, Desai A, Shah J, editors. Regulatory Requirements for Drug Development and clinical Research. 1st edition. Amazon Digital Services; 2011.

7.       Ambekar A, Deb KS. Dealing with Substance Abuse. In: Varghese M, Chadha N, Ratra A, editors. Block 3: Working with Physical Illness and Self Abuse, (course material for Counselling and Family Therapy: Applications and Interventions). New Delhi: IGNOU;2011.

 

 

Research Projects (Extramural):

 

1.       AmbekarA(PI), Rao R, Agrawal A, Deb KS, Chatterjee B. Developing and Implementing Training Mechanism for use of Essential Narcotic Drugs (ENDs) for treatment of Opioid Dependence. 2016-2018. [Extramural grant from National Fund for Control Of Drug Abuse, DOR, Govt. of India]

2.       Sood M, Chadda RK, Deb KS, Singh P, Tuli A. Development of a mobile based intervention framework for difficult to treat severe mental illnesses in low-resource settings. 2016-2018. [Collaboration with: Department of Computer Sciences, Indraprastha Institute of Informational Technology, New Delhi (IIIT-D)]

3.       AmbekarA(PI), Rao R, Agrawal A, Deb KS. Developing and testing an online training programme on implementing Opioid Substitution Therapy (OST). 2014-2016. [Extramural grant from Public Health Foundation of India]

4.       Deb KS (PI), Sagar R (Guide), Mehta M (Guide). Factors affecting Outcome of Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). A 2 year long term follow up study. 2012-2014. [Extramural grant from Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, (CSIR) Government of India]

 

Research Projects (Intramural):

 

5.       Assessment of needs, scope and focus for Consultation Liaison Services at AIIMS, New Delhi. (Co-investigator)

6.       A clinical audit of referrals to the consultation-liaison psychiatry services in a tertiary hospital in India: Trends and emerging niche.(co-investigator)

7.       Psychosocial impact of pediatric strabismus on caregivers and the effect of strabismus surgery (co-guide)

8.       A study of the association of anxiety and depression with cardiac arrhythmia in post myocardial infarction patients. (Thesis Co-guide)

9.       A study to assess knowledge regarding identification of delirium in various ICUs patients among staff nurses working in AIIMS New Delhi with a view to develop a protocol. (Thesis Co-guide)

10.   Depression and anxiety disorders in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus and its relation with glycemic control, quality of life and disability (Thesis Co-guide)

11.   Effect of cognitive and emotional stress in patients of multi-somatoform pain disorder: A FMRI based case control study (Thesis Co-guide)

12.   Evaluation of the effect of Prosthodontic Rehabilitation on Quality of Life and Psychological Distress in Maxillectomy patients-A Preliminary study (Thesis Co-guide)

13.   Development of a mobile based intervention framework for difficult to treat severe mental illnesses in low-resource settings (Co-investigator)

14.   Feasibility of using mobile phones in improving service delivery and creating health awareness in patients with mental disorders. (Co-investigator)

15.   Technology Literacy and Technology Assistance Needs of Caregivers Managing Schizophrenia patients in Low-Resource Settings (Principal investigator)

16.   Development of a culturally appropriate health literacy instrument and assessing its validity in Hindi speaking patients receiving general and primary eye care services in New Delhi. (co-investigator, Intra-mural funded)

17.   Expressed emotions in caregivers of patients with somatic symptom disorder (Principal investigator)

18.   An observational study of side effects of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors in patients attending psychiatric outpatient clinic (Thesis Co-guide)

 

 

Awards & Fellowships:

1.       Dr. GC Boral Award for ‘Eminence in the area of Social Psychiatry and Allied Sciences’ at 20th National conference of the Indian Association for Social Psychiatry, for the oral presentation: “Factors affecting high risk behavior in HIV positive patients aware of their diagnosis”.

2.       Technical Expert in OST, for accreditation of De-addiction centers in our country by NABH – NACO (DAC), MoHFW, Govt. of India

3.       Fellowship of the Dr Ramachandra N Moorthy Foundation for Mental Health and Neurological Sciences and training under Prof Norman Sartorius

4.       International Travel Support Scheme for Young Scientists from Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India for presenting at the 3rd International Congress on ADHD, Berlin

5.       Dr D B Chatterjee Memorial Award, 3rd Professional MBBS.

 

Dr. Rohit Verma

 

 

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Brief Sketch:

 

An alumni of GMC, Kota, Rajasthan (MBBS) and AIIMS, New Delhi (MD  Psychiatry), Dr. Rohit Verma further pursued his professional training at GB Pant Hospital, New Delhi and PGIMER RML Hospital, New Delhi as Senior Resident and Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi as Assistant Professor before rejoining AIIMS, New Delhi in the capacity of Assistant Professor from 2014. Apart from patient care, teaching and administrative responsibilities, he has been involved in research on various platforms. He has been commended for his work on disability in severe mental illness (Dr. BB Sethi Award) and disaster related mental health (Dr. GC Boral Award) by national societies. With interest towards the interface of Neurology and Psychiatry, he conducted research and was acclaimed for it by national and international research societies (Junior Scientist Award & Travel Grants). He is working in the field of Brain Mapping & Stimulation with state-of-the-art set up at AIIMS.

Name  DR ROHIT VERMA

Designation  Assistant Professor

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Qualifications

 

Doctor of Medicine in Psychiatry, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi; completed Qualifying Examination 5/2005, Degree and Thesis completed 2008

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, University of Rajasthan, Medical College, Kota, Rajasthan, 2002

 

Experience

 

Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry and National Drug Dependence Treatment Centre, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India, July 2014 – Till Date

Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Drug De-addiction, Lady Hardinge Medical College and Smt. S. K. Hospital, New Delhi India, January 2013 – July 2014

Senior Resident, Academic-Regular, Department of Psychiatry and Drug De-addiction, Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research Dr Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital New Delhi India, June 2010 – November 2012

Senior Resident, Academic-Regular, Department of Psychiatry and Drug De-addiction, Govind Ballabh Pant Hospital, Maulana Azad Medical College and associated group of hospitals, New Delhi India, January 2009 – April 2010

Junior Resident, Academic-Regular, Department of Psychiatry and Drug De-addiction, All India Institute of Medical Sciences and National Drug Dependence Treatment Centre, New Delhi India, July 2005 – Dec 2008

Predoctoral Internship, Maharao Bhim Singh Hospital, Government Medical College, Kota, Rajasthan, India, 12/2002-12/2003

Areas of Interest

• Brain Stimulation – ECT, rTMS, TBS, tDCS

• Brain Mapping – QEEG, ERP, fNIRS

• Movement Disorders –Neuropsychological underpinnings

• mHealth – Mobile App development for management of Mental Illness

• Severe Mental Illness – FEP biological underpinnings, Botulinum toxin for sialorrhoea

 

Awards & Honours

Indian Council of Medical Research Financial Assistance Grant to MD/MS/DM/MCH Thesis Programme - Indian Council of Medical Research, New Delhi, 2006

 

Congress Travel Award by Melvin Yahr International Parkinson’s Disease Foundation and Association of Parkinsonism and Related Disorders - XIX World Congress on Parkinson’s Disease and Related Disorders, Kenes International, Shanghai, China, 2011

 

Dr. B. B. Sethi Award - Indian Association of Social Psychiatry, Patna, 2011

 

• Fellowship Travel Award by Y-Mind Sao Paulo Advanced Science School, Universidade Federal de São Paulo (UNIFESP), State of São Research Funding Agency (FAPESP) - Y-Mind: The Cutting-Edge Science for Mental, Emotional and Behavioral Prevention, São Paulo, Brazil, 2013

 

Congress Travel Award by Melvin Yahr International Parkinson’s Disease Foundation and Association of Parkinsonism and Related Disorders - XX World Congress on Parkinson’s Disease and Related Disorders, Kenes International, Geneva, Switzerland, 2014

 

Dr. G. C. Boral Award II - Indian Association of Social Psychiatry, Mysore, 2014

 

Indian Council of Medical Research International Travel Grant for Non-ICMR Scientists - Indian Council of Medical Research, New Delhi, 2015

 

Travel Award by The International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society - 2nd Middle East Camp for Parkinson’s, Movement Disorders, and Neuromodulation, Dubai, UAE, 2015

 

AIIMS Intramural Research Grant - New Delhi, 2015-17

 

Junior Scientist Award by The International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society 5th Asian and Oceanian Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Congress, Manila, Philippines, 2016

 

Travel Award by The International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society - 3rd Taiwan International Congress of Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders, Taiwan, 2017

 

Posts, memberships and fellowships

Assistant Editor: Asian Journal of Cognitive Neurology

Member, Editorial Board: International Journal of Brain and Cognitive Sciences

Technical Expert: National Accreditation Board of Hospitals, National AIDS Control Organization

Geriatric Teaching Expert: National Institute of Social Defense

ECT Expert: National Human Rights Commission

Expert Committee Member, Disability Certification in Mental Illness: Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities, Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment

 

Member of –

• Delhi Psychiatric Society (DPS)

• Indian Medical Association (IMA)

• Indian Association for Social Psychiatry (IASP)

• Indian Psychiatric Society (IPS)

• Indian Psychiatric Society - North Zone (IPS-NZ)

• Asian Society Against Dementia (ASAD)

• Canadian Coalition for Seniors' Mental Health (CCSMH)

• Association of Parkinsonism and Related Disorder (APRD)

 Movement Disorder Society (MDS)

 

Total number of publications till date
Articles – 56; Books – 2; Book Chapters – 5

 

Details of ALL publications (the full citation) of peer reviewed publications

2016 -

1.       Kumar N, Srivastava MVP, Verma R, Sharma H, Modak T. Can low-frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation precipitate a late-onset seizure in a stroke patient? Clinical Neurophysiology 2016;127:1734–6.

2.       Verma R. Advent of rTMS as a neuromodulatory approach for managing neuropsychiatric conditions. Minds Newsletter 2016;6(3):2.

3.       Patil V, Gupta R, Verma R, Balhara YP. Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome Associated with Lithium Toxicity. Oman Medical Journal 2016 Jul;31(4):309-11.

4.       Sood M, Chadda RK, Deb KS, Bhad R, Mahapatra A, Verma R, Mishra AK. Scope of Mobile Phones in Mental Health Care in Low Resource Settings. Journal of Mobile Technology in Medicine 2016;5:2:33–37.

5.       Anand KS, Verma R. Parkinson’s Disease: Focus on Non Motor Symptoms. Journal of International Medical Sciences Academy 2016;29(1):48-51.

 

2015 -

6.       Malhotra M, Shrivastav DK, Verma R. Effect of psychosocial environment in children having mother with schizophrenia. Psychiatry Research 2015 Apr 30;226(2-3):418-24.

7.       Mina S, Jabeen M, Singh S, Verma R. Gender differences in depression and anxiety among atopic dermatitis patients. Indian Journal of Dermatology 2015 Mar-Apr;60(2):211.

8.       Sachdeva A, Verma R. Internet Gaming Addiction: A Technological Hazard. International Journal of High Risk Behaviors and Addiction 2015;4(4):e26359.

9.       Garekar H, Bhargava M, Verma R, Mina S. Aggression and Psychosis in Patients Seeking Emergency Psychiatric Care in New Delhi, India. International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience 2015;17:251.

10.   Sharma S, Sharma S, Chandra M, Mina S, Singh Balhara YP, Verma R. Psychological well-being in primary survivors of Uttarakhand disaster in India. Indian J Soc Psychiatry 2015;31:29-36.

11.   Jorwal P, Verma R, Balhara YS. Psychological health of caregivers of individuals with type 2 diabetes mellitus: A cross-sectional comparative study. Journal of Social Health & Diabetes 2015;3:95-101.

 

2014 -

12.   Verma R, Apala, Kumari S, Dhiman V. Stimulant treatment for ADHD. British Journal of Psychiatry 2014;204:490.

13.   Verma R, Anand KS. HIV presenting as Young Onset Dementia. Journal of the International Association of Providers of AIDS Care 2014;13(2):110-2.

14.   Anand KS, Verma R, Garg J. Levosulpiride induced extra pyramidal symptoms: A case series. Ann Indian Acad Neurol 2014;17, Suppl S2:160-244.

15.   Manaktala PS, Anand KS, Janardan V, Verma R. Half and half nails (Lindsay's nails) in chronic renal disease. Journal of Association of Physicians of India 2014 Oct;62(10):44-5.

16.   Anand KS, Garg J, Verma R, Chakraborty A. Hashimoto's encephalitis: Unusual cause of reversible dementia. Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care 2014;3:284-6.

17.   Verma R, Anand KS, Sharma B B, Garg J. Neurocysticercosis presenting as parkinsonism. Authors' Reply. Neurol India 2014;62:110-1.

18.   Balhara YP, Verma R. A review of web based interventions for managing tobacco use. Indian Journal of Psychological Medicine 2014 Jul;36(3):226-35.

19.   Verma R, Mina S, Sachdeva A. Auto cannibalism in mental retardation. Journal of Pediatric Neurosciences 2014 Jan;9(1):60-2.

20.   Mina S, Verma R, Balhara YP, Ul-Hasan S. Road rage: prevalence pattern and web based survey feasibility. Psychiatry Journal 2014;2014:897493.

21.   Anand KS, Verma R. Yoga in Neuro-Psychiatry. Journal of Yoga & Physical Therapy 2014;5: e119.

22.   Jorwal P, Keshwani P, Verma R. Association of acanthosis nigricans with anthropometric and biochemical parameters in young Indian males. Annals of Nigerian Medicine 2014;8:65-8.

23.   Balhara YS, Verma R, Kalra B. Pharmacological management of psychiatric disorders in pregnancy complicated by diabetics Journal of Social Health & Diabetes 2014;2:70-6.

24.   Verma R, Mina S, Goyal S, Jakhar K. Venous dermatitis associated with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: a case report. Egyptian Dermatology Online Journal 2014;10(1):11.

25.   Verma R, Apala, Kumari S, Dhiman V. Stimulant treatment for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and risk of developing substance use disorder. British Journal of Psychiatry, published online eLetter on April 18, 2014.

 

2013 -

26.   Verma R, Anand KS, Sharma BB, Garg J. Neurocysticercosis presenting as Parkinsonism. Neurology India 2013;61:656-7.

27.   Verma R, Mina S, Deshpande SN. An Analysis of Paramilitary Referrals to Psychiatric Services at a Tertiary Care Centre. Industrial Psychiatry Journal 2013;22(1):54-9.

28.   Verma R, Mina  S, Sahni M, Kumar P. Association of corpus callosum agenesis with mental retardation and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. International Neuropsychiatric Disease Journal 2013;1(2):148-155.

29.   Verma R, Mina S, Ul-Hussan S, Balhara YPS. A descriptive analysis of patients presenting to psychosexual clinic at a tertiary care centre. Indian Journal of Psychological Medicine 2013;35:241-7.

30.   Verma R, Sachdeva A, Singh Y, Balhara YPS. Acute mania after thyroxine supplementation in hypothyroid state: case report. Indian Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism, 2013;17(5):922-3.

31.   Balhara YP, Verma R, Deshpande SN. A study of profile of disability certificate seeking patients with schizophrenia over a 5 year period. Indian Journal of Psychological Medicine 2013 Apr;35(2):127-34.

32.   Verma R, Apala, Mina S. Trichotillomania: a threshold response to stress? British Journal of Psychiatry, published online eLetter on November 3, 2013.

33.   Balhara YP, Verma R. Management of depression in diabetes: A review of psycho-social interventions. Journal of Social Health & Diabetes 2013;1:22-6.

34.   Verma R. Inappropriate anti-psychotic use in low income countries. British Medical Journal, published online eLetter on September 13, 2013.

35.   Mina S, Apala, Hussain S, Verma R. A pilot study of relationship of verbal fluency to disability in females with schizophrenia. Asian Journal of Cognitive Neurology. 2013;1(1):10-16.

36.   Mina S, Gautam P, Verma R. Symptom bias. British Journal of Psychiatry, published online eLetter on February 13, 2013.

37.   Verma R, Mina S, Balhara YPS. Drug facilitated interview: intervening in Ganser’s syndrome. Indian Journal of Medical Specialities, 2013;4(1):118-121.

 

2012 -

38.   Balhara YP, Verma R. Schizophrenia and suicide. East Asian Arch Psychiatry 2012 Sep;22(3):126-33.

39.   Verma R, Balhara YPS, Deshpande SN. Angular cheilitis after paroxetine treatment. Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology 2012; 32(1):150-1.

40.   Balhara YPS, Verma R, Sharma S, Mathur S. A study of predictors of anxiety and depression among stroke patient caregivers. Journal of Midlife Health 2012 Jan-Jun; 3(1): 31–5.

41.   Balhara YPS, Verma R. Psychoactive Nutraceuticals. Journal of Medical Nutrition and Nutraceuticals 2012; 1(1): 27-36.

42.   Anand KS, Verma R. A Case of Undue Violent Behavior Associated with Alzheimer’s Disease. American Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease & Other Dementias, 2012; 27(1): 10-2.

43.   Verma R, Anand KS. Gender differences in anxiety and depression among the caregivers of patients with dementia. Advances in Alzheimer's Disease, 2012;1:17-21.

44.   Mina S, Verma R. Anxiety and Depression amongst the urban females of Delhi in Antepartum and Postpartum period at a tertiary care centre. Delhi Psychiatry Journal, 2012; 15(2): 347-351.

45.   Anand KS, Verma R. Efficacy and Tolerability of Escitalopram for treating Depression in Parkinson’s Disease. Delhi Psychiatry Journal 2012; 15(1): 57-63.

46.   Anand KS, Verma R, Mina S. Neurological signs in Functional Weakness. Indian Journal of Medical Specialities 2012; 3(1): 87-90.

 

2011 -

47.   Verma R, Balhara YPS, Mathur S. Management of Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder.  Journal of Pediatric Neurosciences, 2011; 6: 13-8.

48.   Balhara YPS, Verma R, Deshpande SN. A comparative study of treatment-seeking inhalant abusers across two cohorts from a tertiary care center in India. Indian Journal of Psychological Medicine 2011;33:129-33.

49.   Verma R, Balhara YPS, Deshpande SN. Inhalant abuse: a study from a tertiary care de-addiction clinic. East Asian Archives of Psychiatry 2011; 21: 157-63.

50.   Balhara YPS, Verma R, Gupta CS. Gender differences in stress response: Role of developmental and biological determinants. Industrial Psychiatry Journal 2011, 20(1): 4-10.

51.   Verma R, Balhara YPS, Dhawan A. Inhalant abuse: an exploratory study. Industrial Psychiatry Journal 2011; 20(2):103-6.

52.   Verma R, Balhara YPS, Deshpande SN. Workplace Inhalant Abuse in Adult Female: brief report. Case Reports in Psychiatry Vol 2011, Article ID 905380, 2 pages doi:10.1155/2011/905380.

53.   Verma R, Anand KS, Chandra M, Prakash N, Sachdeva A. Neurocysticercosis association with cognitive and aberrant behavioural symptoms: A case report and review. Journal of Brain and Behavioral Sciences, 2011; 1(4): 229-233.

54.   Verma R, Sharma S, Balhara YPS, Mathur S. (2011). Anxiety and Depression among caregivers of patients with Neurological Illness. Delhi Psychiatry Journal, 2011; 14(1): 120-123.

55.   Verma R, Mina S. Psychiatric morbidity in prisoners with intellectual disabilities. British Journal of Psychiatry, published online eLetter on August 31, 2011.

56.   Verma R, Sharma S, Balhara YPS. A preliminary study of understanding psychological health of care givers for stroke patients. International Journal of Students’ Research, 2011; 4 (1): 118-121.

 

Details of ALL publications books/monographs/project reports/ proceedings from workshops (non-peer reviewed publications)

Books & Book Chapters

1.       Sood M, Verma R. Schizophrenia Information Booklet. AIIMS, 2016.

2.       Sagar, R., Verma, R. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders. In: Postgraduate Textbook of Pediatrics. Eds. Lodha R, Ramji S, Menon PSN, Gupta P. Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd. 2015; pp. 782-7.

3.       Anand, K.S., Verma, R. Understanding Parkinson’s Disease. A Reader’s Guide. National Book Trust India, 2015.

4.       Anand KS, Verma R. Dementia – early warning signs. In Caregiver Training Manual for Alzheimer’s Disease. ed Tripathi M. ARDSI, Delhi Chapter, 2014.

5.       Anand KS, Verma R. Handling Violence in Dementia. In Caregiver Training Manual for Alzheimer’s Disease. ed Tripathi M. ARDSI, Delhi Chapter, 2013.

6.       Anand KS, Verma R. Handling Self Care in Dementia Patients: Tips for Caregivers. In Caregiver Training Manual for Alzheimer’s Disease. ed Tripathi M. ARDSI, Delhi Chapter, 2012.

7.       Anand KS, Verma R. Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms in Dementia (BPSD) – Tips for management by caregivers. In Caregiver Training Manual for Alzheimer’s Disease. ed Tripathi M. ARDSI, Delhi Chapter, 2011.

 

Conference Abstract Publications

1.       Balhara YPS, Mishra A, Verma R, Sarkar S. The Art And Science Of Being A Good Peer Reviewer. Indian Journal of Psychiatry 2017;59(Supplement S2):S154.

2.       Verma R, Dudani K, Mina S, Goyal S. Electrophysiology as Diagnostic tool in Psychiatry. Symposia. Indian Journal of Psychiatry 2016;58(S1):10-40.

3.       Sood M, Chadda RK, Deb KS, Verma R. Improving Communication with the Caregivers of Persons with Mental Illness. Indian Journal of Psychiatry 2016;58(S1):10-40.

4.       Verma R. Mobile Telephony for Severe Mental Illnesses. Indian Journal of Social Psychiatry Oct-Dec 2016; 32(4): 350.

5.       Parmar A, Verma R. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Co-Morbid with Miyoshi Myopathy: A Case Report. Indian Journal of Social Psychiatry Oct-Dec 2016; 32(4): 429.

6.       Gupta P, Chawla N, Verma R, Sood M. Socio-Demographic and Clinical Profile of Patients with Difficult to Treat Severe Mental Illnesses Attending a Tertiary Care General Hospital.  Indian Journal of Social Psychiatry Oct-Dec 2016; 32(4): 448.

7.       Gupta S, Kataria D, Verma R, Ramesh OS, Prasad S. Correlation of Quality of Life to Spirituality, Religiosity and Personal Beliefs of Caregivers of Patients with Mental Illness: A Cross-Sectional Study.  Indian Journal of Social Psychiatry Oct-Dec 2016; 32(4): 473.

8.       Mahapatra A, Verma R, Sood M, Chadda RK. Prevalence and Clinical Correlates of Somatic Symptoms in Patients with Schizophrenia and Related Disorders: An Exploratory Study.  Indian Journal of Social Psychiatry Oct-Dec 2016; 32(4): 475.

9.       Amin S, Kochhar KP, Patil A, Babu N, Chhabra D, Gupta S, Verma R, Kumar N. Cognitive Neurophysiological and Autonomic Reactivity Correlates of Anxiety and Pain Perception in Contingent Stress an Exploratory Study.  Indian Journal of Social Psychiatry Oct-Dec 2016; 32(4): 480.

10.    Modak T, Mohan S, Kumar S, Verma R, Kumar N. Trance and Possession Disorders or Psychosis: Diagnostic Issues in a Case of Hypoparathyroidism- A Case Report.  Indian Journal of Social Psychiatry Oct-Dec 2016; 32(4): 492.

11.    Balhara YPS, Verma R, Ranjan R, Sarkar S. Disability in Patients with Dual Diagnosis. Indian Journal of Social Psychiatry Oct-Dec 2016; 32(4): 341.

12.    Sood M, Verma R, Deb KS, Singh P, Sapkota N. Mobile Telephony in Mental Health: Relevance for Social Psychiatry in South Asia.  Indian Journal of Social Psychiatry Oct-Dec 2016; 32(4): 349.

13.    Balhara YPS, Verma R, Sarkar S. Abstracts of XXII Annual Conference of Indian Association for Social Psychiatry, Agra 6-8 November 2015. Stigma and Mental Disorders: What Happens when Psychiatric Disorders and Substance Use Disorders Co-occur? Indian Journal of Social Psychiatry 2016;32:69-80.

14.    Verma R, Kumar N, Sood M, Patnaik P. Effectiveness and tolerability of voltage dependent and time dependent brief pulse electro-convulsive mechanisms. Brain Stimulation 2015;2(8):388.

15.    Verma R, Kumar N, Singh S. Response rate of rTMS in treatment refractory OCD as a variable of gender endotypic expression. Brain Stimulation 2015;2(8):427.

16.    Dhiman V, Sharma A, Verma R. Psychiatric aspects of Parkinsonian disease: An overview. Indian Journal of Psychiatry 2015 January;57(Supplement):S180.

17.    Apala, Verma R. A comparative study of alexithymia between neurotic patients and caregivers. Indian Journal of Psychiatry 2014 January;56(Supplement):S64.

18.    Verma R, Balhara YPS, Prahraj SK, Deb K. Web-Based Intervention in Psychiatry: Challenging the Didactic Perspective. Indian Journal of Psychiatry 2014 January;56(Supplement):S82.

19.    Mina S, Shalini, Jabeen M, Verma R. A comparative study of psychiatric comorbidity in vitiligo and psoriasis. Indian Journal of Psychiatry 2014 January;56(Supplement):S52.

20.    Shekhawat LS, Verma R, Dudani K, Sharma S. Mental health morbidity in disasters: Update on Indian standpoint. Indian Journal of Psychiatry 2014 January;56(Supplement):S9.

21.    Verma R, Mina S, Sharma S, Balhara YPS. Referrals to psychiatric Service: An analysis of the content of referrals. Indian Journal of Psychiatry 2013 January;55(Supplement):S99.

22.    Verma R, Balhara YPS, Ul-Hasan S, Mina S. Prevalence of sexual dysfunction in a clinic based population. Indian Journal of Psychiatry 2013 January;55(Supplement):S76.

23.    Verma R, Chandra M, Mina S, Deshpande SN. An analysis of paramilitary referrals to psychiatric services at a tertiary care centre. Indian Journal of Psychiatry 2012 April;54:S98.

24.    Mina S,Balhara YPS, Verma R, Mathur S. Study of anxiety and depression in antepartum and postpartum period. Indian Journal of Psychiatry 2012 April;54:S95.

25.    Verma R, Anand KS, Mina S. A study of clinical variables in Parkinson's disease affecting sleep quality. Parkinsonism & Related Disorders 2012; 18(Supplement 2):S23.

26.    Anand KS, Verma R, Singh K, Rajoria A. Gastrointestinal Dysfunction in Parkinson's Disease: Association with Severity and Disability. Parkinsonism & Related Disorders 2012; 18(Supplement 2): S19.

27.    Verma R, Mina S, Agarwal A, Jiloha RC. Relationship amongst Patient and Caregiver's Expectations of Illness to clinical diagnosis. European Psychiatry 2011;26(Supplement 1):586.

28.    Verma R, Balhara YPS, Deshpande SN. Patients' satisfaction with their mental health care and quality of life. Indian Journal of Psychiatry 2011 April;50:1.

29.    Verma R, Agarwal S, Kumar P. A descriptive comparative study of pharmacological versus non-pharmacological intervention initiation in a tertiary care general hospital psychiatry unit in India. European Psychiatry. 2010;25 Suppl 1:1-1718.

30.    Balhara YPS, Jhnajee S, Verma R. Factors associated with initiation, maintenance and decision to quit in tobacco use. Indian Journal of Psychiatry 2008 April;50:1.

31.    Deb KS, Verma R, Prashanth R, Sagar R. Modified Electro-Convulsive Therapy: Extent of Conformity with Standard Guidelines. Indian Journal of Psychiatry 2008 April;50:1.

32.    Verma R, Deb KS, Bichitra NP, Sagar R. Modified Electro-Convulsive Therapy: A comparative study of sine-wave and pulse wave methods. Indian Journal of Psychiatry 2008 April;50:1.

33.    Balhara YPS, Verma R, Sagar R. Studying the spectrum of parameters for bipolar spectrum disorders: Findings from a developing country. Bipolar Disorders 2008, 10 (Suppl. 1), 30–90.

34.    Verma R, Balhara YPS, Sagar R. Difference in cognitive functioning of euthymic bipolar in patients with and without a history of psychotic symptoms. Bipolar Disorders 2008, 10 (Suppl. 1), 30–90.

35.    Kushwaha V, Jhanjee S, Verma R, Ambekar A. Amphetamine Type Stimulants: “Forewarned Is Forearmed”. Indian Journal of Psychiatry 2007 April;49:26.

36.    Agrawal A, Chadda RK, Chawla JM, Verma R. Telepsychiatry: Empowering Psychiatry through Technology. Indian Journal of Psychiatry 2007 April;49:26.

37.    Balhara YPS, Verma R, Kushwaha V, Dhawan A, Chawla JM. Duration of ward stay and compliance to treatment in substance users. Indian Journal of Psychiatry 2007 April;49:27.

38.    Agrawal A, Verma R, Khandelwal SK, Kattimani S. Outcome of Schizophrenia: Is It Really Better in Developing Countries. Indian Journal of Psychiatry 2007 April;49:26.

39.    Verma R, Dhawan A, Agarwal A, Balhara YPS, Deb KS. Inhalant abuse: Profile of patients presenting at adolescent clinic of national drug dependence treatment center, AIIMS. Indian Journal of Psychiatry 2007 April;49:26.

Presentations at scientific meetings/ conferences/ workshops (Previous two years)

1.       Symposium Lecture – 22nd World Congress of Social Psychiatry (WASP-2016), New Delhi, India; Nov 2016: Disability in patients with dual diagnosis & time for paradigm shift in care.

2.       Symposium Lecture – 22nd World Congress of Social Psychiatry (WASP-2016), New Delhi, India; Dec 2016: Mobile telephony in mental health: relevance for social psychiatry in south asia.

3.       Presentation – Mental Health: Sensing and Intervention, UBICOMP Workshop 2016; Harmony: Close Knitted mHealth Assistance for Patients, Caregivers and Doctors for Managing SMIs.

4.       Presentation – 5th Asian and Oceanian Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Congress (AOPMC), Manila, Philippines, March 2016: A comparison of depressive symptoms and sleep disturbances in individuals with Parkinson’s disease and Parkinson plus syndrome.

5.       Symposium Lecture – World Psychiatric Association Regional Congress 2015, Kochi, India; Sept 2015: Improving communication with the caregivers of persons with mental illness

6.       Symposium Lecture – 40th Annual Conference of IPSNZ 2015, Srinagar, India; Oct 2015: The Broken Mind: Post Disaster Psychological Sequel

7.       Symposium Lecture – 22nd National Conference of Indian Association for Social Psychiatry (NCIASP-2015), Agra, India; Nov 2015: Stigma and Mental Disorders: What happens when psychiatric disorders and substance use disorders co-occur?

8.       Symposium Lecture – National Conference of Physiology and Pharmacology (APPICON-2015), Jodhpur, India; Nov 2015: Cognitive remediation

9.       Presentation – 1st International Brain Stimulation Conference, Singapore, March 2015:  Effectiveness and tolerability of voltage dependent and time dependent brief pulse electro-convulsive mechanisms.

10.    Presentation – 1st International Brain Stimulation Conference, Singapore, March 2015:  Response rate of rTMS in treatment refractory OCD as a variable of gender endotypic expression.

 

Investigator/co-investigator in funded projects

1.       A study of brain activation using functional near infrared spectroscopy and quantitative electro-encephalographic spectral analysis in catatonia – Ongoing (funded by AIIMS Intramural Grant; 2015-17)

2.       A prospective study of sleep pattern, perceived stress and coping strategies in first year medical undergraduate students – Ongoing (funded by AIIMS Intramural Grant; 2016-17)

 

Investigator/ co-investigator in non-funded projects

1.       Comparison of the effectiveness of Music and Yoga Nidra for brain activation: randomized controlled pilot study – Completed in June 2016

2.       A retrospective chart review of the pattern and outcome of repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) therapy in a tertiary care centre – Completed in February 2016

3.       Development of A Mobile Based Intervention Framework for Difficult to Treat Severe Mental Illnesses in Low-Resource Settings Ongoing

4.       A cross-sectional study of association of illness disability and cognitive functioning in patients to caregiver needs in first episode schizophrenia Ongoing

5.       A retrospective chart review of the pattern and outcome of electroconvulsive therapy in a tertiary care centre – Ongoing

6.       A pilot randomized controlled trial of targeted prefrontal cortex modulation with bilateral transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) for reducing craving in patients with opioid dependence Ongoing

7.       A study of allocentric neural navigation process schematic utilizing dynamic optic array for prospective control – Ongoing

 

Thesis supervised for MD/ PhD

 

- as guide (None)

 

-as co-guide (1- Completed; 4 - Ongoing)                                

Any other relevant information

 

Technology Development

1.       Mobile app for activity scheduling and monitoring of patients with severe mental illnesses (SMIs), 2016 {e-Harmony}

 

Collaborations

1.       Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi

2.       Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology, Delhi

 

Community Work

1.       Provided specialist services at Medical Camp in Shahdol, Madhya Pradesh - 2016

2.       Provided specialist services at Medical Camp in Leh, Laddkah – 2016

3.       Provided specialist services at Medical Camp in Morena, Madhya Pradesh – 2017

4.       Public lectures for community awareness towards mental illness

 

Dr. Sujata Satapathy

 

 

Sujata Satapathy

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Designation

Associate Professor, Clinical Psychology

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Organization

Dept. of Psychiatry, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Ansari Nagar, New Delhi-110029, India

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Qualifications

MA (Psy), B. Ed, M. Phil (Psy), Ph. D (Psy).

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E-mail ID

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4.          

Areas of Expertise

Trauma psychology (disaster, physical & sexual abuse, domestic violence, dissociative disorders), Home and Community Based Psychosocial Trauma Intervention, Trauma FocusedCBT for children & adults, CBT for Depression & Anxiety, Supportive therapy,Marital therapy and Stress& Conflict management.

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Fields of Current Research Interest

Psychosocial-cognitive interventions for children with ADHD; Development of intervention in the field of Psycho-oncology;Trauma: suicide & crime; Culturally compatible psychotherapy.

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Total no. of Publication till date

44 (excluding abstract publications, publications in proceedings and magazines, e-publications,and project reports) in indexed peer reviewed journal.

7.          

Details of Key publications since 2000-2016 onwards (the full citation)-* means communicating author

1.    Satapathy S*, Kaushal T, Chadda R K, Bakhshi S (2017). Psychological Interventions for Paediatric Cancer Patients: A Comparative Review and Emerging Needs in India, Indian Journal of Pediatrics: Accepted.

2.    Satapathy S*, Choudhary V, Sagar R (2016). Tools to Assess Psychological Trauma & Its Correlates in Child Sexual Abuse: A Review & Current Needs in Asia.  Asian Journal of Psychiatry: Accepted

3.    Satapathy S*, Choudhary V,  Sagar R. Sharma R (2016).Non-Pharmacological Interventions for Children with ADHD in India: A Comprehensive & Comparative Research Update. Indian J Psychological Medicine;39.

4.    Choudhary V, Satapathy S*, Sagar R. (2016). Review of randomized controlled trials on psychological interventions in child sexual abuse: Current status and emerging needs in the Indian context. Indian J Psychol Med;38:279-84

5.    Torbia, R., Satapathy, S*, Saxena, V. A., Saxena, S. (2016). Psychiatric morbidity in Government Old Age Homes in Delhi. Indian Journal of Geriatric Mental Health- in press

6.    Singh, K. andSatapathy, S*. (2016). Psychological distress and quality of life among rescue workers-an exploratory study”. Indian Journal of Psychosocial Research-in press

7.    Satapathy S*, Swain R, Pandey V, Behera C (2015). An Adolescent with Bestiality Behaviour: Psychological Evaluation and Community Health Concerns, Indian Journal of Community Medicine, 41 (1), 23-26.

8.    Kalra N, Khakha D C, Satapathy S*, Dey AB (2014). Impact of Jacobson Progressive Muscle Relaxation (JPMR) and Deep Breathing Exercises on Anxiety, Psychological Distress and Quality of Sleep of Hospitalized Older Adults, Journal of Psychosocial Research, 10 (2), 211-223. 

9.    Singh K&Satapathy S* (2014).Post-traumatic Stress among Disaster Workers: Implications for Stress Management at Organizational Level, International Journal of Stress Management Professionals, Vol.2, 53-59

10.         Satapathy S(2014).Psychosocial Health Promotion of Disaster First Responders. Chapter 11 in Maheswari, N & Kumar, V.K. (Eds) ‘Military Psychology: Concepts, Trends and Interventions’, Sage Publication New Delhi.

11.         Satapathy S*&Sekar K (2012). Psychological Functioning of Tsunami Affected People with Disabilities: Impact of Age. Journal of Emergency Management, Vol. 10 (3), 171-183.

12.    Satapathy S. (2012), ‘Mental Health Impacts of Disasters in India: Ex-Ante and Ex-Post Analysis’, in Sawada, Y. and S. Oum (eds.), Economic and Welfare Impacts of Disasters in East Asia and Policy Responses. Chapter 12 in ERIA Research Project 2011-8, Jakarta: ERIA. pp. 419-45

13.    Satapathy S* and Bhadra, S (2010). Disaster Psychosocial Care and Mental Health Services in South Asian Countries, SAARC Disaster Studies, SDMC Journal, 2 (1), 19-41.

14.    Satapathy, S(2010). Disaster Management Education in Indian Schools: Gaps, Challenges & a Human Resource Plan Model for School Education Sector. Indian Journal of Public Administration, Vol. LVI, No.4, pp979-995.

15.    Satapathy S (2010). Disaster Psychosocial Care. Learning Unit for Course Materials on Social Work, IGNOU Publications, New Delhi, India

16.    Satapathy S (2010). Disaster Health Care Management. Learning Unit for Course Materials on Social Work, IGNOU Publications, New Delhi, India

17.    Satapathy S (2009).Disability Focused Disaster Recovery Planning in India: Development Perspective and Other Implications for Making the Actual Mainstreaming Happen, Disaster Advances-An International Journal, Vol.2 (2), 41-48.

18.    Satapathy S (2009).Psychosocial and Mental Health Support Services in Fire Tragedies in India: A Qualitative Analysis, Disaster Advances-An International Journal, Vol.2 No.4, 25-31.

19.    Satapathy S (2009).Psychosocial Trauma in Disasters: Child Development & Clinical Implication. In Radheshaym& Khan (Eds) book on “Clinical Child Psychology”, Kalpaz, Delhi, India.

20.    Satapathy S (2008). Psychosocial and Demographic Correlates of Academic Performance of Hearing Impaired Adolescents, Asia Pacific Disability Rehabilitation Journal, Vol. 68, No. 2, pp. 63-75.

21.    Pemde H*&Satapathy S (2008). Disaster Management: Issues Related to Children’s Health. In the book Social Pediatrics. Jaypee Publishers, New Delhi

22.    Walia A*andSatapathy S. (2007): Review of Kumbakonam School Fire: Lesson Learnt, Journal of Emergency Management, 5 (1), 58-62.

23.    Satapathy S* and Walia A (2007). A Situational Analysis of Affected Parents’ and other Stakeholders’ Perception of a Fire Disaster Management in India: July 2004, Disaster Management and Response, 5 (4), 111-118.

24.    Satapathy S* andWalia, A(2007).A home-baseddisaster psychosocial intervention programme: case study of a school fire disaster victim in India, Australian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies, Vol. 2007-2, Oct.2007. http://www.massey.ac.nz/~trauma/

25.    Satapathy S (2007). Integrating Disaster Risk Reductioninto Education Through Teacher Training Curricula. In Towards a Culture of Prevention: Disaster Risk Reduction Begins at School- Good Practices and Lessons Learned. Published by UNISDR, pp 33-36.

26.    Satapathy S* andWalia A(2006).Intervening with the process of recovery from a traumatic life event: case study of a child victim of a school fire disaster in India. Australian e-Journal for the Advancement of Mental Health, Vol-5, Issue-3,3-7

27.    Bhave S*, Pemde H,&Satapathy S (2006). Adolescents and Disaster Affected Situations. In S Bhave (Ed) “Bhave’s Text Book of Adolescent Medicine”, Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers, New Delhi, India

28.    Ganesan R*, Kaur D, Maheshwari RC, and Satapathy S. (2003). Demographic Correlates of Locus of Control and Perceived Ladder of Success: A study of women entrepreneurs. International Journal of Entrepreneurship, Vol. 7, 1-15

29.    Ganesan R*, Satapathy S,Kaur D, Maheshwari RC, and (2003). Women Entrepreneurs in Food Processing Enterprises: Factors and Problems. Journal of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology, Vol.28, No. 1-2, 81-88

30.    Satapathy S* and Singhal S. (2003). Stress and Behavioral Problems among Visually Impaired Adolescents: Grade and Gender Differences. Disabilities and Impairments: An Interdisciplinary Journal, Vol. 17 (2), 77-86.

31.    SatapathyS* and Singhal S. (2002). Stress and Behavioural Problems between Visually Impaired and Non-Impaired Adolescents: Grade & Gender Differences.  Indian Journal of Applied Psychology, Volume.39, 23-31.

32.    Satapathy S* and Singhal S. (2002). Academic Performance of Visually Impaired and Hearing-Impaired. Disabilities and Impairments: An Interdisciplinary Journal, Vol.16 (1), 19-28.

33.    Satapathy S* and Singhal, S. (2002). Social-Emotional Adjustment of Hearing-Impaired and Non-Impaired: Grade and Gender Differences. Journal of Psychological Researches, Dec- 2002.

34.    Satpathy S* and Satapathy S (2002). Medical Negligence or Diagnostic Conundrum? A Medico-Legal Case Study. Medicine and Law Journal, UK, Volume. 21, No. 3, 2002.

35.    Ganesan R* and Satapathy S (2002). Background Differences and Entrepreneurial Traits among Indian Women Entrepreneurs, International Journal Entrepreneurship, Vol.6, 75-87.

36.    Satapathy S* and Singhal S (2001). Predicting Social-Educational Adjustment of the Sensory Impaired Adolescents.Journal of Personality and Clinical Studies, 17 (2), 85-93.

37.    Satapathy S and Singhal S (2000). Mental Health of Visually and Hearing Impaired Adolescents. Journal of Personality and Clinical Studies, 16 (2), 119-227.

 

Book Published/Under publication

38.    Satapthy S (2009). Psychosocial Care in Disaster Management –A Training of Trainer’s Module, NIDM Publications, New Delhi, India, 2009.

39.    Satapathy S (2013). Needs of Children in Disasters- A Training Module. NIDM Publications, New Delhi, India.

 

Under Review Process

40.    Satapathy S, Swain R, Behera C, Kar A (2016). Diagramatic suicide notes: A case series. Indian Journal of Psychiatry

41.    Mahapatra A*, Choudhary V, Satapathy S, Sagar R (2017). Psychiatric implications of childhood sexual abuse: an update on Indian research. Asian Journal of Psychiatry

42.    Choudhary V, Satapathy S*, Sagar R. (2017). A Qualitative Study on the Multidimensional Impact of Child Sexual Abuse: Cultural Aspects of Clinical Assessment & Intervention, International Journal of Social Psychiatry.

43.    Satapathy S*, Choudhary V, Swain R, Behera C, Sharma R, Mahapatra A (2017).Adverse Childhood Experiences and Other Psychosocial Correlates of Males Accused of Sexual Offences: An Exploratory Study. Asian Journal of Psychiatry.

44.    Sharma R, Satapathy S*, Choudhary V, Sagar R, Mahapatra A (2017). Psychological Correlates associated with Adverse Childhood Experiences in Children  and Adolescents Diagnosed with Dissociative Disorders. Journal of Trauma & Treatment

8.          

Key Areas of Expertise in conducting Training Programmes/

Workshops

Training Programmes:

1.One and two weeks training/training of trainers’programme on Community based Disaster Psychosocial Support

2.One week training programme on Needs of Children in Disasters

3.One week training programme on Community based Disaster Management

4.One week training programme on stress management

Training-Workshops on (Duration: 1-6 days):

5.Trauma focused CBT (separately for disaster, sexual abuse, domestic violence survivors)

6.CBT for Anxiety & Depression

7.CBT for Couple Therapy

8.Stress, Compassion fatigue,& Burnout Management

9.Conflict Management

10.  Assessment & Intervention in Traumatic Lifevents in Childhood

11.  Executive Leadership Development & OB Lab

12.  Interpersonal Relationship and Social Skills

9.          

Symposiums conducted/Invited lectures/Key Presentations made at Scientific meetings, conferences,workshops.

 

Bold indicates the name of the presenter.

 

1.    Sagar S, Satapathy S, Sagar R (2017). Conducted a workshop on Safe Behaviours on Road for IIT students on 18th Feb 2017 at IIT Delhi, India.

2.    Satapathy S (2017). Invited lecture on conflict management skills in workplace during the workshop on human relationship skills in the work place on 21 Feb 2017 at AIIMS, New delhi.

3.    Satapathy S (2016). Presented an oral paper on traumatic life events in childhood and subsequent adult sexual offendersduring the World Conference on Social Psychiatry held from 30th Nov-4th Dec 2016 at New Delhi, India.

4.    Symposium on: Trauma in Children and Adolescents with Sexual Abuse in India: A Current Update on Impact, Assessment, Clinical Management and Policy Framework. Satapathy S, Sagar R,Sharma R, Mahapatra A,Choudhary V (2016). 22nd International Conference on Child & Adolescent Psychiatry scheduled from 18-22 Sept 2016 at Calgary, Canada.

5.    Satapathy S, Sagar R, Sharma R, Choudhary V (2016). Non-Pharmacological Interventions for Children with ADHD in India in last 40 Years:  Where Do We Stand?22nd International Conference on Child & Adolescent Psychiatry scheduled from 18-22 Sept 2016 at Calgary, Canada.

6.    Satapathy S, Sharma R, Sagar R, Choudhary V & Mohapatra A (2016). Psychological Correlates associated with Adverse Childhood Experiences in Children  and Adolescents Diagnosed With Dissociative Disorders. 22nd International Conference on Child & Adolescent Psychiatry scheduled from 18-22 Sept 2016 at Calgary, Canada.

7.    Satapathy S, Choudhary V, Sharma R & Mohapatra A (2016).Adverse Childhood Experiences And Other Psychosocial Correlates Of Adult Males Accused Of Sexual Offences:
An Exploratory Study.
22nd International Conference on Child & Adolescent Psychiatry scheduled from 18-22 Sept 2016 at Calgary, Canada.

8.    Satapathy S (2016). Invited lecture on Intervention on Psycho-Social support for victims and offenders of sexual violence during a two days national seminar on Sexual abuse from 14-15 August at Goa, India

9.    Satapathy S (2016). Aseries of half day invited workshop on essential human skills for hospital managers for the target audience of CMOs/CCMOs of UP State government during Executive Development Training Programme conducted by SGPGI, Lucknow, India.  

10.     Gupta S &Satapathy S (2016). Conducted a workshop on Psychological First Aid for Nurses working in Trauma Centre, during the World Trauma Conference held at AIIMS. 

11.     Satpathy S (2016). Invited lecture on attitudes of the critical care team towards the patients and their caregivers during the workshop on critical care nursing held on 23 Feb 2016 at AIIMS, New Delhi.

12.     Satapathy S. Memebr of SAARC Regional Consultative Meeting to Identify Priorities of Actions for Children in South Asia Living in Changing Climate, 7-9 Sept 2015, Kathmandu, Nepal

13.     Satapathy S, Swain R, &Behera C. Poster on Correlates of Personality and Tattoos in female suicides. 6th World Congress on Women’s Mental Health. March 22-25, 2015, Hotel Keio Plaza. Tokyo, Japan

14.     Satapathy S Poster on Trauma-focused CBT for Sexually Abused Female Adolescents- A group therapy model. 6th World Congress on Women’s Mental Health. March 22-25, 2015, Hotel Keio Plaza. Tokyo, Japan

15.     Satapathy S. (2015). Chairing a concurrent session on Stress and Health (6th Nov 2015) during the 2nd International Conference on “Stress Management Professional” -ICSMP 2015, 6-7 Nov 2015, Osmania University, Hyderabad-500045, India

16.     Satapathy S (2015). Presentation during the panel discussion on Need for Stress Counseling protocol for Professional approach on 7th Nov. 2015 during the 2nd International Conference on “Stress Management Professional”-ICSMP 2015, 6-7 Nov 2015, Osmania University, Hyderabad-500045, India

17.     Satapathy S. (2015). Symposium on Psychosocial Adversities and Psychological Trauma in Children: Key Frameworks during 13th Annual Conference on Indian Association of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 19-21 Nov 2015, AFMC Auditorium, AFMC, Pune, India

18.     Satapathy, S. (2015). “Current Psychotherapeutic Approaches, Psychosocial Adversities (including disasters) and Psychological Trauma in Children: Indian scenario” during 13th Annual Conference on Indian Association of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 19-21 Nov 2015, AFMC Auditorium, AFMC, Pune, India

19.     Satapathy, S (2014).Invited lecture during the“State Level Conference on “Disaster Preparedness and Mitigation” at Police Auditorium Gulshan Ground, Jammuon 12 Feb 2014

20.     Satapathy, S (2014). Essential Components of Community Based Modified TFCBT for Traumatic events Affected Children, 40th Annual Conf. of IACP, 28 Feb-2 March 2014, Chennai, India

21.     Satpathy S. Invited Oral PPT presentation on the electronic version of the  Poster “Community based TF-CBT for Sexually Abused Adolescents in Disaster Affected Areas”. Asia-Pacific Workshop on Building Individual and Organizational Capacity for Psychological Interventions after Disasters. December 7-12 2014, SWT University, Mianyang, Sichuan, China

22.     Satapathy, S& Mehta, M. (April-2013). National Guidelines on  PSSMHS-Country position, India, South Asia Regional Advocates CapacityBuilding Workshop on IASC Guidelines for Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Emergency Settings, 23rd – 27th April 2013, at Pegasus Reef Hotel, Hendala, Colombo, Sri Lanka

23.     Lecture on Inetrpersonal Communication: Principles and Process during the Wrokshop on Communictaion skills for 2nd semester MBBS students on 30th January 2016 at LT-I, AIIMS, New Delhi

24.     Lecture on Gender/social/cultural sensitivity in clinical communicating during the Wrokshop on Communictaion skills for 2nd semester MBBS students on 7th February 2016 at LT-I, AIIMS, New Delhi

25.     Conducted a Half-day Workshop on Coping with Stress for nurses, lectures and tutors of the Nursing College of AIIMS on 10th March 2016, organized by the Nursing College, AIIMS, New Delhi during a 3 days programme on Psychiatric Nursing Update for nurses from 9-11 March 2016 at Education Hall, CEMET, AIIMS, New Delhi.

26.     Invited lecture on Attitudes of Critical Care Team on 23 Feb 2016 during a two-day workshop on Critical Care Nursing, organized by the Nursing College, AIIMS, New Delhi, from 22-23 Feb 2016 at Education Hall, CEMET, AIIMS, New Delhi.

27.             Lecture on “Communication in Teams: Principle, Process and Barriers” during half-day workshop on communication skills for JRs, SRs, and Faculty on 30th Oct 2015 at CMET, AIIMS, New Delhi. 

28.     Lecture on “stress management” at UGC-HRDC Centre for Professional Development in Higher Education, Delhi University during the Orientation programme for university teachers from June 8-July 4 2015 (on 17th June 2015).

29.     Lecture on Understanding sex, gender and gender sensitization and one group activity session on Myths, Facts, and experiences during the two day workshop titled “ Awareness and sensitization on child sexual abuse in Sports Academies” 22-23 July 2015 at Sports authority of India, Patiala, Punjab, India.  

30.     Resource person for the audio recording (27th Oct 2015) on Psychological assessments in mental disorders for the programmes on PG Diploma in Mental Health (PGDMH) of IGNOU, New Delhi

31.     Chairing a session during A South Asia regional advocacy for capacity building on Inter Agency Standing Committee Guidelines (MHPSS) in emergency settings: April-2013 in Sri Lanka

32.     Presented a paper on “Combined effort of Art of Living, Counseling, CBT and Medical Treatment on specific mental disorders: Some Interventional Case Studies”, National Conference on Yoga and Indian Approaches to Psychology, at Pondicherry, India, 29th Sep –1st Oct, 2002.

33.     Presented a paper on “Factors Affecting Rural Women Entrepreneurship”, in National Seminar on Structure of Employment and its interface with Technology, IIT Delhi, 27th -28th March, 2002.

34.     A paper on “Mental Health of Visually and Hearing Impaired Adolescents, Presented in Award Session of National Conference on Researches in Clinical Psychology, AIIMS, Delhi, February 2002.

35.     Presented a paper on “Impact of Background Differences on Some Selected Psychosocial Variables: A Study of Women Entrepreneurs in Food Processing Enterprises”, Fifth Biennial Conference on Current Trends in Entrepreneurship Research, Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India, Ahmedabad, 9-11 January, 2003. Proceedings- page number. 1-21

36.     A Paper on Mental Health Consequences of Kumbakonam School Fire Tragedy was presented at the National Workshop on Mainstreaming Psychosocial Care into Disaster Management Framework, 23-25 Nov 2004

37.     A Paper on “A SWOT analysis of New Delhi s coping capacity in the event of a major earthquake” was accepted for the Poster Presentation in The 16th World Conference on Disaster Reduction, 18-21st June 2006, Toronto, Canada

38.             A Paper on “A SWOT analysis of New Delhi’ s coping capacity in the event of a major earthquake- Coping with Health Emergencies” was presented in India Disaster Management Congress, 27-28 Nov 2006, at VigyanBhawan, New Delhi.

39.             A Paper on “Emerging need of community based disaster psychosocial care: experience of Kumbakonam school fire tragedy” was presented in India Disaster Management Congress, 27-28 Nov 2006, at VigyanBhawan New Delhi

40.              A paper on Disasters & Disability: Issues & Concerns was presented at the National Workshop on Needs of Children in Disasters, 14-15 December 2006, New Delhi, India.

41.      A paper on Disability Issues in Disasters was presented at the International Conference on International Conference on Tsunami Preparedness of Persons with Disabilities, 11-12 January 2007, Royal Phuket City Hotel, Phuket, Thailand

42.      A paper on Children with Special Vulnerabilities- Role of Pediatricians was presented at National Conference on Children in Disasters, 8-9 September 2007 at New Delhi, India.

43.      A paper on Disaster Psychosocial Care & Mental Health Services: NIDM’s Experience was presented at National Conference on Psychosocial Support & Mental Health Services in Disasters, 26-27 November 2007 at NIMHANS, Bangalore, India.

44.      A paper on Women with Critical Health Care Needs in Emergencies: A Field Operational Model to Reduce Psychological Distress would be presented (poster) at 3rd International Congress on Women’s Mental Health, 17-20 March 2008, Melbourne, Australia.

45.      A paper on Mental Health of Disaster Affected Women in India: Study of a Fire Disaster was presented (oral) at 3rd International Congress on Women’s Mental Health, 17-20 March 2008, Melbourne, Australia.

46.     Three papers (one oral & two poster) at XXIX International Congress of Psychology, 20-25 July 2008, Berlin, Germany

47.     One paper (oral) on Cultural Practices in Post-Disaster Psychosocial Care & Mental Health Services: A Tool Kit for Practitioners at IACCP, August, 2008 at Bremen, Germany – Could not attend due to personal problems

48.     Sekar K &Satapathy S (2010). Determinants of Psychosocial Health of Tsunami Affected People with Disability: Research Difficulties & Issues.

49.     Satapathy S&Sekar K (2010). Psychological Functioning of Tsunami Affected People with Disabilities.

50.             Both papers: oral presentation at the International Conference on Rebuilding Sustainable Communities with the Elderly and Disabled People after Disasters, from 12-15 July 2010 at Boston, USA.

51.     Satapathy, S&Sekar, K (2011). Psychological Distress, Quality of Life and Post-traumatic Stress among Tsunami affected People With Disabilities, 17th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine, 31 May- 4 June 2011, Beijing, China

52.     Satapathy, S (2011). Mental Health Impact of Natural Disasters in India in past two decades, December 2011, Jakarta, Indonesia 

53.     Satapathy, S (2012). Psychological Interventions for Disaster Affected Children: Field practices in India, February 2012, Beijing, China

10.      

Principal Investigator in funded project (2005 onwards)

Total: 3 between 2005-2012

2015 Sept-2017 March One intramural funding

Satapathy, S, Sagar R, Sharma R, and Choudhary V (2017). 18 months duration. Development of a non-computer based manual cognitive training kit for children with ADHD between 6-11 years of age.

11.      

Co-investigator in on-going research projects at AIIMS

1.    Association of menstruation with completed suicide –A hospital based case control study: Dr. Behera C, Satapathy S, Swain R, Gupta SK

2.    Students’ suicide: A prospective study from South Delhi:  Behera C, Satapathy S, Swain R

3.    Association of inflammatory cytokines with suicidal deaths: a hospital based comparative cross-sectional study

4.    Tattoos in completed suicides and other deaths- Behera C, Satapathy S, Swain R 

5.    Stress & mental health of medical students across academic years: Tej Laxmi, Madan N, Satapathy S

6.    Development and validation of KAP of computerization of services in AIIMS- Sheetal, Satapathy S, Satpathy S 

7.    Online survey of Indian adolescents’ /youths’ (14 to 24 years) understanding (KAB) on and/or towards elderly health. Chatterjee P, Satapathy S

8.    Effects of  multimodal intervention on elderly with subjective cognitive impairment (SCI) Geriatric memory clinic of AIIMS- A randomized control fesibility trial.Chatterjee P, Satapathy S  Mohan , Nehra A.

12.      

Investigator in non-funded project along with year

2012-2017

1.    Satapathy S, Chadha RK, Bakhshi S, Rath GK. Kaushal T (2015) Development of Trauma Focused Cognitive Behaviour Intervention & Family Therapy Module for Child & Adolescent Cancer Survivors.

2.    Satapathy S, Sagar R, Choudhary V, Sharma R, &Mohapatra A (2016). Psychological Correlates associated with Adverse Childhood Experiences in Children and Adolescents Diagnosed with Dissociative Disorders.

3.    Satapathy S, Choudhary V, Swain R, Behera C, Sharma R, &Mohapatra A. (2016). Psychosocial Correlates of Adult Male Accused of Sexual Offences: An Exploratory Study.

13.      

Dissertation supervision (Co-Guide) for M.Sc. nursing/ MD/DM students 2012-2017

Total: 12

14.      

Chief-guide in Ph.D Thesis

·   Child Sexual Abuse: Development of Multidimensional scale and Psychological Trauma Focused Intervention Module, Ph.D in Clinical Psychology, Dept. of Psychiatry, AIIMS

·   Psycho-behavioural and Cognitive Functioning of Children with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia: Development and Feasibility of Composite Psychological Intervention Module

15.      

Co-guide in Ph.D thesis (on going)

·   Cancer in Older Adults: The development of a comprehensive screening tool and biomarkers, Ph.D student of Dept. of Geriatric Medicine, AIIMS

16.      

Funded extra-mural project as PI- Waiting for financial approval

·   Initial approval of ICMR Research project on “Development of Trauma Focused Cognitive Behaviour Intervention & Family Therapy Module for Child & Adolescent Cancer Survivors”

17.      

Extra-mural funded project. As Co-PI

·   Online survey (web based) on knowledge-attitude and perception of the young generation (age 14  to 30 years) about elderly health of various states of India, - a pilot initiative. Dr. PrasoonChattarjee, Asst. Prof., Geriatric Medicine –PI. Funded by Times Group, India

18.      

Members expert committee-

·   National Committee Member of Central Adoption Resource Agency of Ministry of Women & Children of Govt. of India for clearance of inter-country adoptions. 

·   Psychological evaluation and selection interview of Candidates for Antarctica expedition of Ministry of Earth Sciences of Govt. of India

·   SAARC Regional Expert consultative meeting for Children living in changing climate in South Asia

·   Member of expert resource persons Committee for the development of comprehensive e-learning course Disaster management. (Developed Course-4: Psychosocial support and mental health services management during emergencies in India) by Centre for Development of Advance Computing (CDAC, Govt. of India). Audio-visual lecture series materials were developed for e-education of public in general, students and professionals working in this area in particular. 

19.      

Fellowships/Honour/Award

·         Mentor of DU Innovative Research Project--Status of Electronic Gadget Usages and its impact on Physical & Mental Health during Adolescence through Young Adulthood: An Exploratory Study 2016.

·         ICSSR Ph. D. Fellowship

·         Prof. Anima Sen Award (A cash of Rs. 1000/ and a certificate) for the best research paper in –2002 (Disabilities & Impairments Journal) ----February 2004

·         World Bank Institute Faculty Development Programme Short-term Fellowship (3 months) at University College London, London, UK -2009:Earthquake risk perception and risk reduction behavior analysis in Turkey, Japan, USA.

·         FICDM – Fellow Member, International Congress of Disaster Management.

·         International consultant for development of teacher training curriculum on disaster management for govt. of Sri Lanka, 16-20 April 2007 at Colombo. School Curriculum development on disaster management, life competency skills at primary and secondary level.

·         International Member of UNICEF MENA Pool of DRR Expertsfor any disaster intervention for children

·         In-service professional Training: Disaster psychosocial therapeutic intervention, Hypnosis, Patients’ emotions management, counseling skills, disability management, training skills, development & management of virtual training courses (World Bank Institute, Washington), etc

·         Life Membership in Indian/International Professional Bodies: Life Member of Delhi Association of Clinical Psychologists. Indian Academy of Applied Psychology, Pondicherry Psychological Association,Indian Association of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Indian Association of Health Psychology, Indian Association for Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Indian Association of Geriatric Mental Health,International Association of Women’s Mental Health.

·         Associate Member (2008, 2009): American Psychological Association

·         Member: Association of Psychological Sciences

·         Invited resource person in many government institutes

International Capacity Building 

1. One Two-week international Course on Disaster Risk Management & Schools (31st July-11 August 2006) for Sri Lankan School Principals and Authorities- as Nodal Officer & Course Director

2. One 6 day training course on School Safety for Sri Lankan teachers-2008- course Director & Nodal Officer

3. Part of the course team for a 15 day training course on General Disaster Management for participant from 24 African Countries-2010, 2011, 2012

4. Coordinator of 5- day training-cum workshop on Children in Disasters for 8 SAARC countries from 7-11 Feb 2011 at Hyderabad, India.UNICEF & save the Children and SAARC Disaster Management Centre are the partners

20.      

Reviewers/Member of Editorial Board

J of Child Psychology & Psychiatry/International J of Psychological Counseling/International J of Medicine/Australian e-Journal of Advancement on Mental Health/International Journal of Organisational Culture, Case Studies/Educational Research/South Asian J of Disaster Studies/Disaster Advances-An International Journal/Journal of Mental Health & Human Behaviour/Indian J of Community Medicine/J of Indian Association of Applied Psychology/J of Emergency Management/J of Trauma & Treatment

Dr. Raman Deep

 

 

Name: Dr Raman Deep

Designation Associate Professor (Psychiatry)

Email id - na-

Qualifications M.D. (Psychiatry), AIIMS, New Delhi

Experience

Clinical, teaching and research experience working in various positions as follows:

  • 2015 onwards- Associate Professor Dept of Psychiatry, AIIMS
  • 2012 (May)- Assistant Professor , Dept of Psychiatry, AIIMS
  • 2010- 2012: Pool Officer (Senior Research Associate). Department of Psychiatry, A.I.I.M.S., New Delhi, India. [with CSIR support for my research work on Endophenotypes of Bipolar disorder patients and at-risk relatives] (Jan 2010-May 2012)
  • 2009-2010 Senior Research Officer (W.H.O. supported project) Department of Psychiatry, A.I.I.M.S., New Delhi, India. ( May-June 2009 & Sep 2009 to Jan 2010)
  • 2006-09: Senior Resident , Department of Psychiatry, A.I.I.M.S., New Delhi.
  • 2002-05: M.D. Resident, Department of Psychiatry, A.I.I.M.S., New Delhi

Areas of interest :

Bipolar & related mood disorder research

Awards & Honours:

Tilak Venkoba Rao Award

Indian Council for Medical Research (ICMR) for the year 2017 (theme of work: bipolar disorders)

M.A.M.S.

Selected for award ofMembership of the National Academy of Medical Sciences (NAMS),

Scroll presented at 52nd annual conference held at Chennai, Oct 2012

RAFELSEN’S YOUNG INVESTIGATOR AWARD

Awarded by International College of Neuropsycho- pharmacology (CINP), CINP Thematic Meeting, Salzburg, Austria, April 1-3, 2011

Dr B.B.SETHI AWARD-II (Best poster presentation)

Indian Association of Social Psychiatry (I.A.S.P.) at Annual National Conference IASP, Nov 19-21, 2010

DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (DST) Travel Fellowship

For attendance &paper presentation at 14th Pacific Rim College of Psychiatry Conference, Brisbane, Australia, Oct 29-31, 2010

ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION’S TRAVEL FELLOWSHIP AWARD

For attendance and paper presentation at International Conference on Alzheimer’s Disease & related dementias (ICAD), Honolulu, Hawaii, July 9-15, 2009

ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION’S TRAVEL FELLOWSHIP AWARD

For attendance and paper presentation at International Conference on Alzheimer’s Disease & related dementias (ICAD), Madrid, Spain, July 15-20, 2006

MEDAL for standing first in Social and preventive medicine (S.P.M.), 2nd prof, MBBS , Govt medical college, Patiala; MBBS

Others (As Co-author):

  • Coauthor of the research paper selected for Bhagwat Award at ANCIPS (Annual National Conference of IPS), January 2017
  • Coauthor of a research paper selected for AIIMS excellence award, 2018
  • Coauthor of the research paper selected for Poona Psychiatrists Association Awards-I, ANCIPS (Annual National Conference of IPS), 2019

 

Posts, memberships and fellowships

Served as Associate Editor of Journal of Mental Health and Human Behaviour (JMHHB), Official Journal of Indian Psychiatric Society, North Zone. (w.e.f. Oct 2010-Oct 2018)

Memberships of professional societies/associations:

American Psychiatric Association (APA)

International Federation of Psychiatric Epidemiology (IFPE)

International Society for Neuro-imaging in Psychiatry (ISNIP)

International Society For Bipolar Disorders (ISBD)

Pacific Rim College of Psychiatrists (PRCP)

Indian Psychiatric Society (IPS), Indian Psychiatric Society- North Zone

Indian Association of Social Psychiatry (IASP)

Indian Association for Biological Psychiatry (IABP)

National Academy of Medical Sciences (N.A.M.S.)

Peer reviewer for several indexed journals

 

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS
Deep, R;
[name may appear as RD Pattanayak nee RD Brar in publications/some academic texts]

  • Singh S, Kumar S, Deep R. Patients with deliberate self-harm (DSH) attended in emergency setting at a tertiary care centre in India: A 13-month analysis of clinical-psychiatric profile. International J Psychiatry in Medicine, 2019. DOI: 10.1177/0091217419837052
  • Pattanayak RD, Sagar R, Mehta M. Neuropsychological performance in euthymic Indian Patients with Bipolar Disorder-type I: Relationship to Quality Of Life and Global functioning. Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences 2012 Dec; 66: 553-63.
  • Jain R, Quraishi R, Majumder P, Pattanayak RD. Comparison of self-report and biological measures for alcohol, tobacco and illicit drug use in consecutive alcohol dependent patients visiting a tertiary care centre. Journal of Substance Use 2013; 18(4): 302-10
    • Pattanayak RD, Mehta M, Sagar R. Specialty choices of postgraduate medical students: Are they related to the kind of animal identified with oneself? South Asian Journal of Medical Education, 2012; Vol 6.Available at http://seajme.md.chula.ac.th/articleVol6No2/SC3_RamanDeepPattanayak.pdf
    • Pattanayak RD, Saurabh Kumar, SK Khandelwal. Self-harm attempts using 'acid' based cleaners among the patients referred to psychiatric emergency services: Observations and implications. National Medical Journal of India, May-June 2016, Issue 3, pp 182-3
    • Modak T, Kumar S, Pal A, Gupta R, Pattanayak RD, Khandelwal SK. Chlorpromazine as Prophylaxis for Bipolar Disorder with Treatment- and Electroconvulsive Therapy-Refractory Mania: Old Horse, New Trick. Indian J Psychological Medicine, 2017 accepted/In press
    • Pattanayak RD, Ambekar A, Chatterjee B, Ray R. Substitution of alcohol with carisoprodol: a case for concern.Indian J Medical Sciences, 69; 2017, accepted/In press.
    • Singh S, Gupta A, Kuppuli PP, Pattanayak RD, Khandelwal SK. Paliperidone Palmitate-Associated Severe Refractory Tardive Dyskinesia With Tardive Dystonia Management and 6-Months Follow-Up. Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology ; Volume 36, Number 4, August 2016; 391-3
    • Mahapatra A, Pattanayak RD, Khandelwal SK. Prevalence and predictors of family accommodation in Obsessive-compulsive disorder in an Indian setting: an exploratory study. Awarded the Bhagwat Award Jan 2017. Indian J Psychiatry, accepted/in press
    • Sagar R, Pattanayak RD. Suicidality and mood disorders: Gatekeepers' training and mental health first aid. J Mental Health Hum Behav 2016;21:85-7
    • Srivastava P, Pattanayak RD, Mehta M. Chronic unexplained vomiting: A case report with focus on issues relevant for ICD-11. Asean J Psychiatry 2017 (accepted)
    • Lal R, Pattanayak RD. Substance use among the elderly: Issues and considerations. Journal of Geriatric Mental Health (accepted)
    • Sagar R, Pattanayak RD. Biomarkers for Bipolar Disorder: Where do we stand?. Indian Journal of Medical Reasearch.(accepted)
    • Dhawan A, Pattanayak RD , Chopra A, Tikoo VK, Kumar R. Injection drug use among children and adolescents in India: Ringing the alarm bells. 2016 (accepted)
    • Pattanayak RD, Charan D. Divalproex sodium leading to sustained significant improvement in Tardive Dyskinesia in a patient with Bipolar Disorder: A case report. Indian J Psychiatry (Accepted)
    • Pattanayak RD, Sagar R. Health insurance for mental health in India: A welcome step toward parity and universal coverage. Journal of Mental Health and Human Behaviour; 2016; 2: 1-3.
      • Dhawan A, Pattanayak RD , Chopra A, Tikoo VK, Kumar R. Pattern and profile of children using substances in India: Recent Insights and Recommendations. National Medical Journal of India (NMJI); 2016 accepted/In press.
      • Chawla N, Saurabh K Singh, Pattanayak RD. Pica associated with Risperidone use: A case report. Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences 2016; 70: 363
      • Gupta P, Singh D, Pattanayak RD, Bhargava R, Dhawan A. Detection of optic neuropathy and 3-month follow-up of an adolescent inhalant user: Are we paying enough attention, Indian J Psychological Medicine; 2016 Sep-Oct; 38(5): 486–488.
      • Jain S, Bhargava R, Pattanayak RD, Dhawan A. Early-onset heroin use and its link to conduct disorder: Clinical and management challenges. Journal of Mental Health and Human Behaviour; 2016; 21(2): 129-33
      • Pattanayak RD, Sagar R. "To the ends of the earth and beyond": Psychological aspects of circumpolar expeditions; Journal of Mental Health and Human Behaviour; 2015; 20 (2): 45-47.
      • Dhawan A, Pattanayak RD. Substance use among younger population in India: The problem and the way forward. In: Souvenir, 23rd Annual Conference, Indian Psychiatric Society, Assam State Branch; Oct 2013 [Editor, J Dutta]
  • Pattanayak RD, Sagar R. A Qualitative study of perceptions related to family risk of bipolar disorder among patients and family members from India. International Journal of Social Psychiatry 2012; 58: 463-9
  • Pattanayak RD, Sagar R, Mehta M. Neurocognition in unaffected first degree relatives of patients with bipolar disorder type I from India: A potential vulnerability marker? SAGE Open Journal, Jan2012. doi: 10.1177/2158244011436351
  • Pattanayak RD, Jain R, Sagar R. Reliability of self-reported tobacco use in patients with bipolar disorder: An exploratory study of euthymic patients visiting a tertiary care centre in India. International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine. International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine. 2012; 43(2): 153-163
  • Pattanayak RD, Jain R, Sagar R. Perceived health risks, attitudes and readiness to quit tobacco among Bipolar disorder patients in regular contact with mental health services: An exploratory study from India, Journal of Mental Health, 2012 Feb;21(1):83-90.
  • Kumar S, Singh SK, Deep R. Pattern and profile of emergencies: observations and insights. National Medical Journal of India (NMJI) (accepted/In press)
  • Sagar R, Sahu A, Pattanayak RD, Chatterjee B. Assessment of cognitive functions in bipolar I disorder: A 1-year naturalistic follow-up study. Bipolar Disord. 2018;20(3):248-259.
  • Sagar R, Pattanayak RD, Chandrasekaran R, Chaudhury PK, Deswal BS, Lenin Singh RK, et al. Twelvemonth prevalence and treatment gap for common mental disorders: Findings from a large-scale epidemiological survey in India. Indian J Psychiatry 2017;59:46-55.
  • Pattanayak RD, Jain R, Ray R. Comparison of self-reported benzodiazepine use and urinalysis among consecutive treatment seekers at a tertiary care drug dependence treatment centre. Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology 2010; 54: 337-43
  • Sharma P, Sagar R, Mehta M, Pattanayak RD. Familial study of attentional and behavioural problems in children with Dyslexia and their first-degree relatives in Indian setting. Asian J Psychiatry 2018; 33: 7-10
  • Sahu A, Patil V, Purkayastha S, Pattanayak RD, Sagar R. Pathways to care for patients with Bipolar-I disorder: An exploratory study from a tertiary care centre of North India. Indian J Psychol Med 2019;41:68-74
  • Pattanayak RD, Jena R, Tripathi M, Khandelwal SK. Assessment of burden in caregivers of Alzheimer’s disease from India. Asian Journal of Psychiatry 2010; 3: 112-16
  • Pattanayak RD, Jena R, Tripathi M, Khandelwal SK. Coping and its Relationship to Quality of life in Dementia Caregivers: An Indian Experience. Dementia 2011; 10; 499-508.
  • Sagar R, Pattanayak RD, Mehta M. Clinical profile of pediatric mood disorders at a tertiary care centre. Indian Pediatrics 2012;49: 21-23
  • Sagar R, Pattanayak RD, Mehta M. Clinical Profile Of Child And Adolescent (≤16 years) Psychotic Disorders At A Tertiary Care Centre In India, Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, 2012; 8, 11. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.6000/1927-5129.2012.08.01.08
  • Jain RK, Pattanayak RD. Pattern of consecutive urinalysis results for patients on take-home buprenorphine-naloxone in India: Do patients really take it at home? Journal of Substance Use 2012 ; 17 (3): 230-4
  • Jain RK, Pattanayak RD Pattern of consecutive urinalysis results for opioid dependent patients on Dextropropoxyphene: Do patients comply? Addictive disorders and their treatment Addictive disorders and their treatment 2011; 10: 188-190
  • Quraishi R, Pattanayak RD, Jain R, Dhawan A. A descriptive study of clinical, haematological and biochemical parameters of Inhalant users seeking treatment at a tertiary care centre in India. . Indian J Psychol Med 2013; 35(2): 174-9
  • Quraishi R, Jain R, Pattanayak RD. Laboratory Profile of current Injecting Drug Users seeking treatment at a tertiary care centre in India: What do the regular blood tests and HIV screening say? Addictive disorders and their treatment December 2012; 11(4): 206–11
  • Naik SK, Pattanayak S, Gupta CS, Pattanayak RD. Help seeking behaviors among caregivers of schizophrenia and other psychotic patients: A hospital-based study in two geographically and culturally distinct Indian cities. Indian Journal of Psychological Medicine 2012; 34: 338-45.
  • Modak T, Kumar S, Kumar S, Deep R. Substance use related emergencies in a tertiary care general hospital setting: Observations and discussion. DOI:10.4103/IJPSYM.IJPSYM_410_18
  • Shakya P, Roy SN, Deep R. Chronobiology: discovery of the molecular mechanisms of circadian rhythms. JMHHB 2018, 23 (1), 69-72
  • Sagar R, Pattanayak RD. Provisions for training centres –Recent developments. Indian J Psychiatry, Indian J Psychiatry 2011; suppl 1: 69-76
  • Pattanayak RD, Sagar R. Depression in dementia patients: Issues and challenges for a physician, Journal of Association of Physicians of India, 2011; 39: 646-8
  • Pattanayak RD. Prevention for Common Mental Disorders in Low‑resource Settings. Indian J Soc Psychiatry 2017; 33: 91-4.
  • Pattanayak RD, Sagar R. Psychiatric aspects of childhood epilepsy. Iranian J Child Neurol 2012; 6(2): 9-18
  • Pattanayak RD, Sagar R, Mehta M. Cognitive dysfunction as a trait marker for Bipolar disorder: A critical review. Journal of Mental Health and Human Behavior 2011; 16: 3-10
  • Pal, A, Pattanayak RD, Sagar R. Tracing the journey of Disulfiram: From an unintended discovery to a treatment option for alcoholism. Journal of Mental Health and Human Behaviour 2015; 20: 41-43
  • Pattanayak RD, Sagar R. Use of smartphone apps for mental health: Can they translate to a smart and effective mental healthcare? Journal of Mental Health and Human Behaviour 2015; 20: 1-3
  • Pal A, Parmar A, Pattanayak RD. Repetitive urges to inflict burns': An unusual presentation of Impulse Control Disorder (ICD) Industry Psychiatry Journal (Accepted)
  • Pattanayak RD, Kumar S, Khandelwal SK. Self-harm attempts with corrosive 'acid' among the patients referred to psychiatric emergency services: Observations and implications. National Medical Journal of India; 2016 (accepted)
  • Pakhre A, Krishnan A, Pattanayak RD, Khandelwal SK. Use of clozapine alongside chemotherapy in a treatment resistant bipolar disorder patient with ovarian carcinoma: A case report and brief review. Indian Journal of Psychiatry; 2016; 58: 462-6
  • Chatterjee B, Pattanayak RD, Sagar R. Consultation liaison in pediatric population. Journal of Mental Health and Human Behavior 2012; 17:65-71
  • Rajesh Sagar, Prashant Goyal, Pattanayak RD. Psychosis in post partum period. Journal of Mental Health and Human Behavior 2012; 17: 94-6
  • Chatterjee B, Pattanayak RD, Sagar R. Emotional and behavioral issues in a child with leukaemia. Journal of Mental Health and Human Behavior 2012; 17:101-4
  • Sagar R, Pattanayak RD. Consultation liaison psychiatry: The way forward. Journal of Mental Health and Human Behavior 2012; 17:1-3
  • Pattanayak RD, Sagar R. A simple, Nobel prize winning experiment by Otto Loewi: Inspirations from history. Journal of Mental Health and Human Behavior 2012; 17: 139-41
  • Pattanayak RD, Pattanayak S. 'Desire for social distance' for Schizophrenia: Pre- or post-treatment? British J Psychiatry. (e-letter)Published online August 20, 2013
  • Ranjan R, Pattanayak RD, Dhawan A. Long-term agonist and antagonist therapy for adolescent opioid dependence: A description of two cases.Indian Journal of Psychological Medicine 2014; 36 : 439-43
  • Sagar R, Pattanayak RD. Self-help approaches for common mental health problems: Potential utility in Indian context.(Editorial) Journal of Mental Health and Human Behavior 2013; 18: 1-4.
  • Pattanayak RD, Sagar R. Emil Kraepelin’s contributions to modern psychiatry: Clinical empirical approach and psychiatric nosology. Journal of Mental Health and Human Behavior 2013; 18 (2).
  • Gupta A, Mandal P, Bhargava R, Pattanayak RD, Sagar R, Dhawan A. Marked exacerbation of ADHD after onset of Inhalant use: A case report. Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences; 2014;26(4):E6-7.
  • Pattanayak RD, Sagar R. Eric Kandel and the sea slug: A simple experimental model for learning and memory. Journal of Mental Health and Human Behavior 2013; 18: 64-6
  • Ranjan R, Kumar S, Pattanayak RD, Dhawan A, Sagar R. (De-) criminalization of attempted suicide in India: A review. Industry Psychiatry Journal 2014; 23: 4-9
  • Pal A, Pattanayak RD, Sagar R, Goyal V. Psychosis in an elderly patient with parkinson's disease: issues and considerations. Journal of Mental Health and Human Behaviour 2014; 19: 87-90
  • Shah B, Pattanayak RD, Sagar R. The study of patient Henry Molaison and what it taught us over past 50 years: Contributions to neuroscience. Journal of Mental Health and Human Behaviour 2014; 19: 91-3
  • Pattanayak RD, Sagar R. Stigma and Community Interventions: Has enough been done? (Editorial) Journal of Mental Health and Human Behaviour 2014; 19: 1-3
  • Pattanayak RD. Alcohol related seizures: Need for clarity. Annals of Indian Academy of Neurology 2014; 17: 238-9
  • Ranjan R, Parmar A, Pattanayak RD, Dhawan A.Dependence on Anabolic-androgenic steroids: A case report and brief review. Delhi Psychiatry Journal 2014; 17: 481-4
  • Raman Deep, Malhotra S, Pattanayak SK. Early onset Schizophrenia- issues and perspectives . Delhi Psychiatric Bulletin 2004, 7, 6-12
  • Pattanayak, RD, Ray, R. When the healers become the victims: Issues and challenges of treating substance use in health. Souvenir of mid-term CME, Indian Psychiatric Society, 2007
  • Pattanayak, RD, Pattanayak S. Biology is psychiatry’s new dawn. British J Psychiatry (e-letter)2008; 192: 69-70
  • Pattanayak RD, Pattanayak S. Medical Model is not as bad, Biopsychosocial model is not as good. British J Psychiatry; (e-letter)Published online, August 18, 2009
  • Pattanayak RD, Pattanayak S. Failure to communicate effectively or failure of feedback? British J Psychiatry (e-letter) 2010, 197, 332-333
  • Pattanayak RD, Pattanayak S. Dilemma over antipsychotic use in dementia. British J Psychiatry 2010; 197: 501
  • Pattanayak RD, Pattanayak S. Indeed, a genuine problem; Proposing an additional specifier. British J Psychiatry, (e-letter) published online, Oct 6, 2010
  • Pattanayak RD, Pattanayak S. Is it evaluation of full evidence? A note of caution. British J Psychiatry, (e-letter) published online, Oct 6, 2010
  • Pattanayak RD, Sagar R. Open Access Journals: A fertile or slippery ground? Indian J Psychiatry, Indian J Psychiatry, 52, 387
  • Pattanayak RD, Mondal A, Sagar R. Pathological Stealing in a patient with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus: Rare or Hidden? Lupus 2011; 20: 1001-2
  • Pattanayak RD, Kaw N. Is Gait Preoccupation a type of Body Dysmorphic Disorder? A case report and a diagnostic question for DSM-V. Psychosomatics 2011; 52: 595-6
  • Pattanayak RD Pattanayak SK. Psychiatrist as an actor and as an observer: Is there an attribution error? British J Psychiatry, published online, Dec 8, 2010
  • Pattanayak RD, Pattanayak SK. Neuropsychiatric complications of SLE: Raising issues of concern, Annals of Indian Academy of Neurology 2011;14: 141
  • Pattanayak RD, Pattanayak SK. Follow up and assessment of auditory vocal hallucinations: A few concerns and considerations, British J Psychiatry, (e-letter) published online Oct 21, 2011
  • Pattanayak RD, Pattanayak S.Efficacy of Persian postcard intervention: Interpret with caution. British J Psychiatry 2011; (e-letter) published online, April 12
  • Pattanayak RD, Pattanayak S. Leverage: Need for Clarity. British J Psychiatry; (e-letter)published online, Oct 5, 2011
  • Pattanayak RD, Pattanayak S. Clozapine use, agranulocytosis and blood monitoring: Perspectives from the developing world (e-letter). British J Psychiatry 2011
  • Pattanayak RD, Pattanayak SK. Adolescent Tobacco Use and Role Model Influence: Interpreting it Right! Indian Journal of Community Medicine 2011; 36: 241
  • Pattanayak RD, Sagar R, Mehta M. Simple observations, great breakthroughs-I: Alois Alzheimer. Journal of Mental Health and Human Behavior 2011; 16: 54-5
  • Pattanayak RD, Sagar R, Mehta M. Simple observations, great breakthroughs-I: John Cade. Journal of Mental Health and Human Behavior 2011; 16: 126-8
  • Hazari N, Pattanayak RD, Sagar R, MV Padma Srivastava. Psychiatric symptoms in dementia with Lewy bodies: Diagnostic and management issues. Journal of Mental Health and Human Behavior 2011; 16: 119-26

 

 

Details of ALL publications books/monographs/project reports/ proceedings from workshops (non-peer reviewed publications) have been provided below:

 

EDITED BOOKS & REPORTS

 

  • National Study on Pattern, profile and correlates of Drug use in Children, NDDTC, AIIMS & National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR); funded by NCPCR: 2012-13; (Authors/Eds: Dhawan A, Pattanayak RD, Chopra A.) Report in public domain. Available at: www.ncpcr.gov.in/Reports/NCPCR%20Project%20Report.pdf
  • Specific Learning Disorder: Indian Scenario (Eds., R Sagar, RD Pattanayak, M Mehta); Department of Science and Technology (DST) & A.I.I.M.S, New Delhi, India; Jan 2015
    • Substance Use Disorders: A Handbook for General Physicians. (Editors: R Lal, RD Pattanayak), NDDTC (Ministry of Finance, Dept of Revenue supported); 2012

BOOK CHAPTERS

 

  • Deep R, Bhargava R. Pediatric Psychiatric Emergencies. In: (Gupta P, Editor) Principles of Pediatric and Neonatal emergencies. 4th Ed , 2019 (under publication)
  • Pattanayak RD, Kumar S. Anxiety disorders. In: Chadda RK, Kumar V, Gupta N, Sarkar S, editors.Social Psychiatry, Principles and clinical perspectives. New Delhi. Jaypee Publishers 2018; 196-205
  • Dhawan A, Pattanayak RD. Clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for the management of inhalant use disorders. In: Indian Psychiatric Society- Specialty section on Substance Use Disorders (IPS-SS-SUD), (Editors: D Basu, PK Dalal) Indian Psychiatric Society (IPS) 2014; 383-466
  • · Dhawan A, Pattanayak RD. Community Based Addiction Psychiatry. In: Chavan BS, Gupta N, Arun P, Sidana AK, Jadhav S (Editors). Textbook of Community Psychiatry, New Delhi, India, Jaypee Publishers 2012, 195-204
  • · Khandelwal SK, Pattanayak RD. Fight against Stigma. In: Chavan BS, Gupta N, Arun P, Sidana AK, Jadhav S (Editors).Textbook of Community Psychiatry, New Delhi, India, Jaypee Publishers 2012, 334-45
  • · Pattanayak RD, Mehta M. Childhood and Adolescent Depression. In: U Nayar (Ed) International Handbook on Mental Health of Children & Adolescents: Culture, Policy & Practices, New Delhi Sage Publications India; 2012: 21-38
  • Dhawan A, Pattanayak RD. Inhalant Use Disorders. In: (D Basu, PK Dalal, Eds) Practical Management Of Substance Use Disorders - An Evidence-Based Synopsis. Indian Psychiatric Society- Specialty section on Substance Use Disorders (IPS-SS-SUD), Indian Psychiatric Society (IPS), (Accepted for Publication in November 2014/In press)
  • Khandelwal SK, Pattanayak RD . Geriatric Psychiatry in India: Developments and Future directions. In: (S Malhotra, S Chakraborti, Eds).Developments in Psychiatry in India: Clinical, Research and Policy perspectives.Springer; New Delhi; (Accepted for Publication , 2014/In press)
  • Pattanayak RD, Sagar R. Dementia versus Depression. In: M Tripathi, Editor. Clinical handbook on Differential Diagnosis of Dementia, New Delhi, KontentWorx publishers, New Delhi: 2013: 68-84
  • Mehta M, Pattanayak RD, Rajesh Sagar. Adolescent Psychiatry: An overview of the Indian Research. In: (S Malhotra, S Chakraborti, Eds).Developments in Psychiatry in India: Clinical, Research and Policy perspectives.Springer; New Delhi; (Accepted for Publication in 2014/In press)
  • Vaswani M, Ambekar A, Pattanayak, RD. Historical Aspect of Alcohol Use in India: Role of Culture and Gender. In: The Praeger International Collection on Addictions Vol 1.(Ed Browne-Miller,A) Praeger Publishers 2009,119-40
  • Pattanayak RD, Lal, R. Introduction to substance use disorders. In: Substance use disorders: A Handbook for General Physicians. (Ed. R Lal), NDDTC (Ministry of Finance, Dept of Revenue supported); 2012; 1-6
  • Raman Deep, Dhawan A. Pharmacotherapy in substance use disorder treatment program. In: Substance use disorders: Manual for nursing personnel. (Ed. R Lal & S. Sharma), NDDTC (W.H.O & MOHFW,GOI Collaborative programme) 2007: 25-45
  • Sagar R, Pattanayak RD, Choudhary V. Introduction to Specific Learning Disorders: Concept and controversies. In: Specific Learning Disorder: Indian Scenario (Eds., R Sagar, RD Pattanayak, M Mehta); Department of Science and Technology (DST) & A.I.I.M.S, New Delhi, India; (Accepted for Publication in 2014/In press)
  • Sharma P, Pattanayak RD, Sagar R. Etiology of Dyslexia: Insights from neuroimaging and genetics research. In: Specific Learning Disorder: Indian Scenario (Eds., R Sagar, RD Pattanayak, M Mehta); Department of Science and Technology (DST) & A.I.I.M.S, New Delhi, India; (Accepted for Publication in 2014/In press)
  • Sagar R, Pattanayak RD, Choudhary V. Caregiving for Specific Learning Disorder: Experiences, perceived stigma and unmet needs. In: Specific Learning Disorder: Indian Scenario (Eds., R Sagar, RD Pattanayak, M Mehta); Department of Science and Technology (DST) & A.I.I.M.S, New Delhi, India; (Accepted for Publication in 2014/In press)
  • Sagar R, Pattanayak RD, Choudhary V. Profile of services and resources in a postal survey: Challenges and need for service development. In: Specific Learning Disorder: Indian Scenario (Eds., R Sagar, RD Pattanayak, M Mehta); Department of Science and Technology (DST) & A.I.I.M.S, New Delhi, India; (Accepted for Publication in Aug 2014/In press)
  • Sagar R, Pattanayak RD, Choudhary V. Specific learning disorders in Indian context: Recommendations and the road ahead. In: Specific Learning Disorder: Indian Scenario (Eds., R Sagar, RD Pattanayak, M Mehta); Department of Science and Technology (DST) & A.I.I.M.S, New Delhi, India; (Accepted for Publication in Sep 2014/In press)
  • · Sagar R, Pattanayak RD. Provisions for Training Centres: Recent Developments In: Psychiatry in India: Training & training centres-Second edition, TSS Rao and Abhinav Tandon (eds), Indian Psychiatric Society, Mysuru; (Accepted for Publication in 2013/In press)

 

Presentations or published abstracts from scientific meetings/ conferences/ workshops (as presenting author or coauthor):

 

 

  • Pattanayak RD. Neurological understanding. In: Symposium titled ‘Reading disorder (dyslexia): Current status.’ 66th Annual National Conference of Indian Psychiatric Society (ANCIPS), Pune, Jan 16-19, 2014. (Symposium) Published abstract- Rajesh Sagar, Pattanayak RD, Pawan Sharma, Anamika Sahu. Reading disorder (dyslexia): Current status. Indian J Psychiatry 2014; 56: s13 .
  • RD Pattanayak, Sudhir K Khandelwal. Introduction to Psychopathology. Indian Psychiatric Society North Zone : PG Development Programme (PGDP), July 26, 2014, Conference hall, Golden Huts, Delhi Jaipur Highway, District Gurgaon, Haryana
  • Quraishi R, Pattanayak RD, Jain R. Biochemical and Haematological Profile of Inhalant users seeking treatment at a tertiary care centre in India, 65th Annual National Conference of Indian Psychiatric Society, Bangalore, Jan 10-13, 2013
  • Chatterjee B, Sagar R, Pattanayak RD, Goyal P. Sociodemographic and clinical profile of patients with Bipolar disorder-I visiting a tertiary care centre in India. 13th Congress of Asean Federation of Psychiatry & Mental Health, Singapore; Nov 16-17, 2012
  • Chatterjee B, Sagar R, Pattanayak RD, Goyal P. Impact of age at onset on course of Bipolar Disorder - I: A comparative study of early-onset versus adult-onset illness from India, 13th Congress of Asean Federation of Psychiatry & Mental Health, Singapore, Nov 16-17, 2012 (best poster award)
  • Quraishi R, Pattanayak RD, Jain R, Dhawan A. Profile of inhalant users seeking treatment at a tertiary care centre in India. 39th National Annual Conference of Indian Association of Clinical Psychologists, New Delhi, Feb 17-20, 2013
  • Pattanayak RD, Lal R. Substance Use in Elderly population. 5th National Conference of Psychiatrists Association of Nepal. Pokhara, Nepal, April 12-13, 2013
  • Mandal P, Dhawan A, Bhargava R, Pattanayak RD, Sharma P. A retrospective study of factors associated with management of adolescent substance abuse. 7th Congress of Asian Society for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry & Allied Professions and 12th Biennial Conference of Indian Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health, New Delhi, India, Sep 25-28, 2013.
  • Sahu A, Chatterjee B, Pattanayak RD, Sagar R, Mehta M. Assessment of cognitive functions in euthymic state in type-I bipolar disorder: A three months follow up study. 38th Annual Conference of Indian Psychiatric Society- North Zone, New Delhi, Oct 26-27, 2013
  • Gupta P, Dhawan A, Pattanayak RD, Bhargava R, Mandal P. Optic neuropathy associated with glue sniffing: A case report. XX National Conference of Indian Association of Social Psychiatry, Calcutta, Nov 8-10, 2013
  • Gupta A, Dhawan A, Bhargava R, Pattanayak RD, Patil V. A case report of petrol dependence with comorbid ADHD : Is there a bidirectional relationship? 66th Annual National Conference of Indian Psychiatric Society (ANCIPS), Pune, Jan 16-19, 2014. Indian J Psychiatry 2014; 56: S21 .
  • Jain S, Dhawan A, Kumaran SS, Jain R, RD Pattanayak. Cue-induced craving in adolescent inhalant users : Development and validation of a Cue Pictures Paradigm.” presented in September, 2014 at First Global Conference of Biological Psychiatry, New Delhi, India.
  • Pal A, Parmar A, Pattanayak RD. An unusual case of Impulse Control Disorder with self-hitting & self induced burns- A Nosological & Phenomenological Perspective. presented in September, 2014 at First Global Conference of Biological Psychiatry, New Delhi, India.
  • Pal A, Patnaik P, Pattanayak RD. A review of Indian studies on 'Yoga' for mental health: methodological aspects and scope for future. Conference on Stress Reduction Skills: Scientific Update on 30th and 31st August 2014, SSGDMA and Dept of Psychiatry, AIIMS at IIT Auditorium, New Delhi. Page 120, book of abstracts (Best poster award)
  • Gupta R, Bhargava R, Pattanayak RD. Stress management in caregivers of patients with schizophrenia: A review. Conference on Stress Reduction Skills: Scientific Update on 30th and 31st August 2014, SSGDMA and Dept of Psychiatry, AIIMS at IIT Auditorium, New Delhi.abstractbook, pp 119,
  • Kumar A, Ranjan R, Pattanayak RD, Dhawan A. Anabolic-androgenic steroid dependence : A case report. September, 2014 at First Global Conference of Biological Psychiatry, New Delhi, India.
  • · Raman Deep, Jena R, Tripathi M, Khandelwal, SK. Burden of care in Alzheimer’s disease and its relationship to coping: An Indian experience. Alzheimer’s and dementia.(Abstract)2006, 2(3s), 569
  • · Raman Deep, Jena R, Tripathi M, Khandelwal, SK. Exploring the Gender Differences in Quality of Life of Indian Dementia Caregivers Alzheimer’s and dementia (abstract) 2010, 6 (4s), 330.
  • Pattanayak RD, Sagar R, Mehta M. Clinical profile of early onset non affective psychosis patients (≤16 years) presenting at a tertiary care centre (abstract), proceedings of the International conference on Schizophrenia, ICONS, SCARF, 2010
  • · Pattanayak RD, Sagar R, Mehta M. Comparison of Psychosocial functioning, Working memory and Response Inhibition in the euthymic bipolar disorder-I subjects and matched health controls: A Study from India, Asia-Pacific Psychiatry 2010; 2: A1–A24
  • Khandelwal SK, Pattanayak RD. Burden and Quality of Life in caregivers of dementia patients, Abstract published in proceedings of 35th Annual Conference of Indian Psychiatric Society- North Zone, Ludhiana, Oct 23-24, 2010
  • Pattanayak RD, Sagar R. Perceptions related to family risk of bipolar disorder: An exploratory study of patients and family members from India (abstract), proceedings of the National Conference of Indian Association of Social Psychiatry, Nov 2010 (Received the Dr BB Sethi award-II for best poster)
  • Pattanayak RD, Sagar R, Jain R. Knowledge and attitude towards the perceived health risks of tobacco among patients with bipolar disorder and nicotine dependence, Indian J Psychiatry, Jan 2011, s97
  • Pattanayak RD, Sagar R, Mehta M. Neuropsychological performance in unaffected first degree relatives of patients with Bipolar Disorder type–I and matched health controls, Indian J psychiatry, Jan 2011, s36
  • Pattanayak RD, Jain R. Compliance of Prescribed Dextroporpoxyphene in opioid dependent patients: Role of urine testing, Indian J Psychiatry, Jan 2011, s95
  • Pattanayak SK, Pattanayak RD. A case report of eight years of manic episode with two years follow up in euthymia: Is hypothyroidism to be blamed?, Indian J psychiatry, Jan 2011, s91
  • Pattanayak RD, Sagar R, Mehta M. Assessment of neuropsychological performance in the Euthymic Bipolar disorder patients on a mood stabilizer versus mood stabilizer plus antipsychotic: Are they different? Proceedings of International Congress of Neuropsychopharmacology CINP Thematic meeting, Salzburg, Austria, April, 2011
  • Sagar R, Pattanayak RD. Epidemiology of Psychiatric Disorders: Reflections from Indian Research. (John Wing memorial scientific session/symposium). Published in Abstract book of XIII International Congress of IFPE-International Federation of Psychiatric Epidemiology, Taiwan, April 2011
  • Jain R, Pattanayak RD. Pattern of urinalysis results for patients prescribed with dextropropoxyphene in opioid dependent subjects: Do patients really comply? Published in Abstract book/Proceedings of National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) International forum, Florida, U.S, June 2011
  • Pattanayak RD, Sagar R, Mehta M. Neuropsychological performance in euthymic Indian patients with Bipolar disorder- type I: Relationship to quality of life and global functioning. Bipolar disorders, 13(suppl 1), 77
  • Sagar R, Pattanayak RD. Indian Lunacy Act 1912 to Mental Health Care Act 2012: Are we going in the right direction, Abstract published in proceedings of 36th Annual Conference of Indian Psychiatric Society- North Zone, Rohtak, Sep 24-25, 2011
  • Pattanayak RD, Sagar R, Mehta M. Neuropsychological performance in euthymic Indian patients with Bipolar disorder. Abstract published in ICANS Meeting proceedings, Florence, Italy, July 7, 2011
  • Jain R, Quraishi R, Pattanayak RD. Effect of age on the biochemical parameters of alcohol dependent patients visiting a tertiary care treatment centre in India: A pilot study. Abstract published in the abstract book, 3rd International Conference on Current Trends in Forensic Sciences held at Jaipur, Feb 3-5, 2012
  • Quraishi R, Jain R, Pattanayak RD. Laboratory Profile of current Injecting Drug Users seeking treatment at a tertiary care centre in India. Abstract published in the abstract book, 3rd International Conference on Current Trends in Forensic Sciences held at Jaipur, Feb 3-5, 2012
  • V Choudhary, RD Pattanayak, Rajesh Sagar. A Qualitative Study on Caregiver's Burden, Experiences and Unmet Needs of Parents having Children with Specific Learning Disorder (SLD), 22nd World congress of International association for child and adolescent pscychiatry and allied professions, IACAPAP, 2016, Sep 18-22, 2016, Calgary, Canada
  • Shobhit Jain, Ashish Pakhare, RD Pattanayak, Anju Dhawan. Should Drugs Be Criminalized?, 22nd World congress for social psychiatry, World Association of Social Psychiatry, WASP 2016,30 Nov-Dec4, 2016, Hotel Ashok, New Delhi, New Delhi, India
  • Nishtha Chawla, RD Pattanayak, Ajay Garg, Sudhir K Khandelwal. A review of the Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI) Studies on Auditory Hallucinations in patients with Schizophrenia.72nd Scientific Meeting of Society of Biological Psychiatry; May 18-20, 2017 Hotel Hilton San Diego Bayfront, San Diego, USA (accepted)
  • Bigya Shah, Ananya Mahapatra, RD Pattanayak. Migrants and mental disorder in South Asian countries: A case-based discussion and brief review of literature , 22nd World congress for social psychiatry, World Association of Social Psychiatry, WASP 2016; 30 Nov-Dec4, 2016, Hotel Ashok, New Delhi, India
  • Kuppili Pooja Patnaik, RD Pattanayak ,Rajesh Sagar ,Manju Mehta ,Vivekanandhan S. Potential nutritional and hormonal biomarkers in children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder presenting to a tertiary care centre in India. 22nd World congress of International association for child and adolescent pscychiatry and allied professions, IACAPAP, 2016, Sep 18-22, 2016; Calgary, Canada
  • RD Pattanayak. Social psychiatry in relation to Biological psychiatry: Cut, Contrast or Complement? . In: Symposium title: Social Psychiatry amidst biological psychiatry (Dusad Ram, Kishor Rao, RD Pattanayak), 22nd World congress for social psychiatry, World Association of Social Psychiatry, WASP 2016; Dec4, 2016, Hotel Ashok, New Delhi, India
  • RD Pattanayak. Unexpected political events and tyranny: Impact on mental health. In: Symposium title: Impact of global events on society and mental health (Nitin Gupta, RD Pattanayak, Jitender Aneja) , National Conference, Indian Association for Social Psychiatry NCIASP, Dec 4, 2016, Hotel Ashok, New Delhi, India
  • RD Pattanayak. Prevention of depressive disorders (including suicide) and anxiety disorders . In: Workshop on preventive psychiatry (Mamta Sood, RD Pattanayak, Rohit Verma, KS Deb) National CME on preventive psychiatry Sep 11, 2016; AIIMS Conference hall, near JLN Auditorium 1st floor, New Delhi, India
  • Pandey A, Kumar S, Pattanayak RD, Khandelwal SK, Bhattacharya D, Bhargava R. Internet Gaming Disorder in a follow-up, Lithium-stabilized patient with Bipolar Disorder: Role of Sub-syndromal depressive symptoms as a culprit. 18th conference of International Society for Bipolar Disorders jointly organized with 8th International society of Affective Disorders, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Mangla S, Pattanayak RD. Episodic OCD presenting as a compulsive “need to beg " in bipolar disorder-I : A 1-year follow up and brief review. 18th conference of International Society for Bipolar Disorders jointly organized with 8th International society of Affective Disorders, July 13-16, 2016, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Dhawan A ,Chopra A, RD Pattanayak . Substance Use in Children and Adolescents: implications for Treatment. Poster presentation in 16th World Congress of Tobacco or Health (WCTOH) held from 17th to 21st March,2015 at Abu Dhabi, UAE.
  • Chawla N, Yadav P, Pattanayak RD, Khandelwal SK. Delirious Mania - A Case Report and Brief Review. WPA Regional Congress, Kochi Sep 25-27, 2015
  • Pattanaik P, Sagar R, Pattanayak RD, Vivekanandhan S. Serum Thyroxine – A potential biomarker for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in children Global Healthcare Summit 2016: Research Paper Competition organized by AIIMS, New Delhi & American association of Physicians of Indian origin, Dec 29, 2015, AIIMS, New Delhi
  • Dhawan A, Chopra C, Pattanayak RD. Substance use initiation and help seeking by adolescent girls - evidence for health care provision, ISAM, 2015.
  • Kuppili PP, Chawla N, Pattanayak RD. Auditory hallucinations in the context of hearing impairment: Critical analysis and review of literature. Presented poster at WPA regional congress, Kochi , 25-27 September 2015
  • Sharma P, Sagar R, Pattanayak RD, Mehta M, Vivekanandhan S . Assessment of Reading Problems and ADHD traits in Parents of Children with Specific Reading Disorder. 4th leadership and professional skill workshop for early career psychiatrist at NIMHANS. (14th to 16th Jan 2016)
  • Chawla N, Gupta R, Mahapatra A, Pattanayak RD, SK Khandelwal. Geriatric Mental health services: Miles to go before we reach. Subharti Medical College, Meerut, 2016 (poster award)
  • Chawla N, Kumar S, Pattanayak RD. Risperidone induced pica: A case report, ANCIPS, 21-24 Jan 2016.
  • Jain S, Bhargava R, Dhawan A, Pattanayak RD. Early onset illicit (heroin) substance use with comorbid conduct disorder: Management issues and challenges. ANCIPS, 21-24 Jan 2016.
  • Jain S, Dhawan A, Kumaran SS, Jain R, Pattanayak RD. Development and Validation of Inhalant Cue Pictures Paradigm. ANCIPS, 21-24 Jan 2016
  • Jain S, Dhawan A, Kumaran SS, Jain R, Pattanayak RD.Cue induced craving in adolescent substance users: a fMRI study. 23rd annual meeting, 30 May-5 June ISMRM, 2015, Toronto, Ontario, Canada,
  • Mahapatra A, Gupta R, Pattanayak RD, Khandelwal SK.Risk of venous thromboembolism with antipsychotic drug treatment: A review and update. Indian Journal of Psychiatry., 2015; 57: 137
  • Pattanayak RD. Peripheral markers of Bipolar Disorder. In: Symposium titled ‘Biomarkers of Bipolar disorder: A critical appraisal, challenges and future directions.’ 69th Annual National Conference of Indian Psychiatric Society (ANCIPS), Raipur, Jan 5-8, 2017. (Symposium) Published abstract- Rajesh Sagar, Pattanayak RD, Ananya Mahapatra. Biomarkers of Bipolar disorder: A critical appraisal, challenges and future directions. Indian J Psychiatry 2017; 59(2): s163
  • Pakhre A, Khandelwal SK, Pattanayak RD, Nehra A, Ammini AC. Assessment of cognitive functioning in prediabetes, diabetes and healthy controls. Indian J Psychiatry 2017; 59(2): s190
  • Pattanayak RD, Singh S, Kumar S, Khandelwal SK. Profile of patients presenting with psychiatric emergencies at a tertiary care centre in india over a one year period. Indian J Psychiatry 2017; 59(2): s224
  • Rajhans P, Narasimhamurthy NK, Pattanayak RD. Ultra rapid cycling bipolar disorder and its management. Indian J Psychiatry 2017; 59(2): s230
  • Rajhans P, Shakya P, Gautam N, Pattanayak RD. Successful management of lithium induced polyuria. Indian J Psychiatry 2017; 59(2): s230

 

Investigator/co-investigator in funded projects along with year completed:

 

Chief investigator:

 

  • Biomarkers of Lithium responsiveness in bipolar disorder: assessment of clinical, blood based and neuroimaging markers in lithium-responsive BD, DST ECRA, 2018-2021
  • Response to Lithium prophylaxis among patients with Bipolar Disorder: Relationship with clinical variables and inflammatory cytokine (TNF-α); AIIMS Intramural Grant 2015-16

Co-investigator (funded projects):

 

  • Dhawan A, Pattanayak RD, Chopra A. National Study on Pattern, profile and correlates of Drug use in Children, NDDTC, AIIMS & National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR); funded by NCPCR: 2012-13; Principal investigator (PI): Dr Anju Dhawan Full Report Available at: www.ncpcr.gov.in/Reports/NCPCR%20Project%20Report.pdf‎ [Completed 2013]
  • Capacity building and impact of psycho-social intervention on substance using children accessing Childline-24 hour help line for children in distress; Principal investigator (PI): Dr Anju Dhawan: funded by Childline India Foundation. [Completed project 2013]
  • Specific Learning Disorders: Indian Scenario, Department of Science and Technology(funded); 2012-14 Principal investigator (PI): Rajesh Sagar [Completed & book released in 2015 as project outcome]
  • Psychosocial outcome and cognitive functions in patients with bipolar disorder: A longitudinal study; Department of Science and Technology DST supported(PI: Rajesh Sagar, Co-investigator:RD Pattanayak, R Sharma); 2016-19

Investigator/ co-investigator in non-funded projects along with year and title ongoing

 

Principal Investigator:

  • Assessment of knowledge, attitude and medication adherence pertaining to lithium prophylatic therapy in patients with bipolar disorder: relationship to clinical variables (2017-2018) (Raman Deep, Saurabh Kumar, Swarndeep Singh)
  • Prevalence and Predictors of Family accommodation in adult Indian patients with OCD (Ananya Mahapatra , RD Pattanayak, SK Khandelwal); 2015-16 )

Co-investigator:

  • Assessment of cognitive functioning in Diabetes and Pre-diabetes; MD thesis, Dept of Psychiatry [Candidate: Ashish Pakhre, Chief Guide: Prof SK Khandelwal]
  • Cue-induced craving in adolescent inhalant users: An f MRI study. MD thesis, Dept of Psychiatry [Candidate: Shobhit Jain, Chief Guide: Prof Anju Dhawan]
  • Family and genetic study of Specific Reading Disorders (dyslexia) [Candidate: Pawan Sharma, Chief Guide: Prof R Sagar]
  • Clinical profile and peripheral biomarkers in children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder [ Candidate: Pooja Patnaik, Chief Guide: Prof R Sagar]
  • Assessment of White matter integrity through DTI in schizophrenia patients with auditory hallucinations [Candidate: Dr Nishtha Chawla; Chief guide: Prof SK Khandelwal)

Thesis supervised for MD

- As Chief Guide MD thesis (number only): 01 (completed) , 02 (ongoing)

 

- As Co-guide MD thesis (number only) : 06

- As Co-guide MSc Nursing - as coguide: 03

 

 

PUBLIC/INVITED LECTURES

  • Raman Deep. Suicide and violence in Young people. Public lecture on 'Young people and Mental Health in changing world' , Oct 9, 2018, JLN Auditorium, AIIMS, New Delhi
  • Legal & Human Right issues associated with Violence in Psychiatry" Centenary celebrations: CME on" Violence in clinical psychaitry" 27th Feb 2016, LHMC, New Delhi
  • Cognitive impairments in old age. World Mental Health Day, 2013, World Mental Health Week, October 2013; In: Public Health Symposium on Mental Health and older Adults, 10 October 2013, Dr Ramalingaswami Board Room, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
  • Psychiatric aspects of Violence: An Introduction . IIC Public lecture and Panel discussion-Violence: An obsession of our times. January 15, 2016, IIC India International Centre, New Delhi
  • Burden of Caregiving in Chronic Severe Psychiatric Disorders; Lady Sri Ram College, Guest lecture, Annual day LSR, March 17, 2016
  • Rhinoplasty: Difficulty and Revision Cases (Psychological and psychiatric issues: RD Pattanayak), 2nd Facial Plastics & Rhinoplasty Workshop , 22nd April 2016, AIIMS , New Delhi
  • Addressing issues of the Persons with disabilities:
    Focus on disability due to mental disorders. Seminar on 'From Judging to Justicing' Oct 14-15, 2016 & Nov 4-5, 2016; 2nd floor, seminar hall, sec 14, Delhi Judicial Academy (DJA) ,Dwarka, New Delhi, India

OTHER CONTRIBUTIONS

  • Contributor towards a Scientific/Technical Report for CRPF: An Epidemiological Study to assess the Psychiatric Morbidity in Central Reserve Police Force Personnel (CRPF); 2011 C.R.P.F., Ministry of Home Affairs & A.I.I.M.S. (Submitted to CRPF, Ministry Of Home affairs, GOI)
  • Raman Deep, Ambekar A, Ray, R. Draft Proposal for Recommendations for 11th edition of International classification of diseases ; ICD-11 Mood Disorders Section (based on available Indian literature and expert consensus), 2007, A.I.I.M.S, New Delhi. (Submitted from Department of Psychiatry, A.I.I.MS. to World Health Organization W.H.O towards ICD-11 revisions)
  • Stress management among nursing professionals: An Introduction. CMET, AIIMS; 2014
  • Substance use disorders among adolescents: An introduction. Training of school counselors in Delhi Government schools, SCERT, NDDTC; 2013

Others:-

  • Nominated and part of team of inspections of Mental Health Institutions and facilities in Delhi by NALSA and DSLSA in collaboration with Central mental health authority and State Mental Health authority
  • Nominated Nodal Officer, Dept of Psychiatry for Ayushman Bharat Jan Swasthya Yogna, 2019
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