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DR. Girish Chandra Baniya
|2.||Dr. Omprakash Dudi||Senior Residentfirstname.lastname@example.org|
DR. Ravi Shekhawat
Department of Psychiatry
Psychiatry is the medical specialty devoted to the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of mental disorders. These include various maladaptation related to mood, behaviour, cognition, and perceptions.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. Consultation liaison services are provided for the patients admitted in other wards of the hospital and emergency psychiatric services are provided on a round-the-clock.The Department of Psychiatry is to provide training to undergraduates, postgraduates and allied disciplines, provide services of the highest quality to the public and to facilitate research in psychiatry & in allied disciplines.
The aim of teaching the undergraduate student in Psychiatry is to teach the student who will be able to comprehend the concept of mental health in detecting common mental disorder, historical concept of psychiatry and its gradual development for appropriate management of patient in the community and deal psychiatry emergencies. Training in psychiatry shall prepare the students to deliver preventive, promotive, curative and re-habilitative services for the care of patients both in the family and community.
Objective of Program (MBBS)
The Psychiatry curriculum is designed to produce doctors who will be able to consider psychological, social and psychiatric aspects of patient care, in addition to the physical aspect when making important management decisions in a variety of clinical settings.
Knowledge: The student shall be able to:
Comprehend nature and development of different aspects of normal human behaviour like learning, memory, motivation. Personality and intelligence.
Recognize differences between normal and abnormal behaviour.
Classify psychiatric disorders.
Recognize clinical manifestations of the following common syndromes and plan their appropriate management of organic psychosis, functional psychosis, schizophrenia, affective disorders, neurotic disorders, personality disorders, psycho-physiological disorders, drug and alcohol dependence, psychiatric disorders of childhood and adolescence.
Describe rational use of different modes of therapy in psychiatric disorders.
The student shall be able to:
Interview the patient and understand different methods of communications in patient-doctor relationship.
Elicit detailed psychiatric case history and conduct clinical examination for assessment of mental status.
Define, elicit and interpret psycho-pathological symptoms and signs.
Diagnose and manage common psychiatric disorders.
Identify and manage psychological reactions and psychiatric disorders in medical and surgical patients in clinical practice and in community setting.
The department conducts the following teaching activities for undergraduates and postgraduates:
· Ward Round Teaching
· Clinic Based Teaching
· Ward Classes
1. Niraj Ahuja’s Textbook on Psychiatry
2. Oxford Psychiatry
3. Kaplan Sadock Textbook of Psychiatry
AWARDS & HONOURS
1. Dr. Gehlot Award in Indian Psychiatric Society-Rajasthan Branch Conference (2018)
2. Solanki Award in Indian Psychiatric Society-Rajasthan Branch Conference(2016)
3. Dr. Gehlot Award in Indian Psychiatric Society-Rajasthan Branch Conference(2014)
4. Best Poster paper award in Indian Psychiatric Society- North Zone conference(2014)
1. Verma K, Baniya GC, Agrawal S, Lomrod S. A study of maternal and perinatal outcome in eclempsia patients. 2016 Accepted in Indian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Research.
2. Verma K, Baniya GC. Impact of government schemes on the maternal mortality. 2016 Accepted in South asian journal of obstretic and gynecology (SAFOG).
3. Verma KK, Solanki OP, Baniya GC, Goyal S. A study of the stressor, family environment and family burden in dissociative (conversion) disorder patients. 2016 Accepted in Indian Journal of Social Psychiatry.
4. Verma K, Baniya GC. A comparative study of sociodemographic profile and fetal outcome in teenage and adult mother. 2016 Accepted in Indian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Research.
5. Chaurotia VK, Verma KK, Baniya GC. A Study of Psychosocial Factor Related with Relapse in Schizophrenia. IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences. 2016;15(4):26-34.
6. Choudhary V, Baniya GC, Jain S. A comparative study of cognitive insight in schizophrenia patients with and without depression. International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences. 2016:2367-2372.
7. Pilania M, Yadav V, Baniya GC, Bairwa M, Khurana H. A systematic review and meta-analysis of prevalence of depressive disorders in elderly population of India. 2016 Accepted in University of York Centre for reviews and dissemination.
8. Saini V, Baniya GC, Verma KK, Soni A, Kesharwani S. A study on relationship of facebook and game addictive behaviour with personality traits among medical students. International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences. 2016:3492-3497.
9. Saini V, Baniya GC, Verma KK, Soni A, Kesharwani S. A study on relationship of internet addictive behavior with personality traits among medical students. Journal of Mental Health and Human Behavior. 2016;21(2):108-111.
10. Verma K, Baniya GC. Uterine perforation with bowel prolapsing through vagina following an unsafe abortion. International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences. 2016:2500-2502.
11. Verma K, Baniya GC. A comparative study of depression among infertile and fertile women. International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences. 2016:3459-3465.
12. Verma K, Baniya GC. Ruptured Ectopic Pregnancy after Tubal ligation: A case report. Indian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Research. 2016;3(2):194.
13. Verma KK, Garg S, Baniya GC, Singh H. Neuro-cognition in patients of bipolar affective disorder (currently in remission) and their first degree healthy relatives. International Journal of Medical Science and Public Health. 2016:1.
14. Verma K, Bhat M, Baniya GC. A Comparative Study of Antifungal Activity of Topical Per Vaginal Application of Tablet Sertaconazole and Clotrimazole in Cases of Vulvovaginal Candidiasis. IJHSR. 2015;5(2):111-115.