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Webinar on ‘Role of Allied Healthcare Professionals - Core to Provide Better Patient Care’

Tech Mahindra SMART Academy for Healthcare, Mohali is organizing a webinar on ‘Role of Allied Healthcare Professionals - Core to Provide Better Patient Care’ for all the Pan India students of all courses, Alumnis and teachers along with other healthcare professionals. The speaker will discuss about the signs and symptoms of mental illness, how to reduce the stigma and more.

Speaker Profile

Dr Dhaval Modi is the founder and CEO of SpEd@home. He had worked as Medical Director for more than 14 years for non-Government and non-profit organizations in the area of mental health. He had worked with AMITY University, Mumbai India for 5 years as Visiting Faculty in the Department of Psychology. He has also worked as guest lecturer (Postgraduate in counselling Psychology), SNDT college Matunga. He is Director-Peace (Round-Glass) Working on building a Wellbeing Ecosystem for public and community health through Round-Glass initiatives for Model City, Model Village and Model Prison. He has worked as Guest Professo (Department of medicine) for more than 5 years at Sai Homeopathic Medical College,Bhiwani. He has worked as Managing Director Mumbai India for 2 years at Edupsyche with a vision to use technology to bridge gaps in healthcare delivery, conceptualized and designed accessible and affordable. He has also worked as visiting faculty for more than 7 years at Sonajirao Shri Sagar Homeopathic Medical College, BEED.

Key Takeaways

You will get the opportunity to learn the following from this engaging session:

Identifying signs and symptoms of mental illness

Helping the person to reach out for professional help

Reduce the stigma of mental illness

Demonstrate and practice a few effective coping techniques.

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