Importance of Women’s Mental Health during the time of a Pandemic

Importance of Women’s Mental Health during the time of a Pandemic

Albertian Centre for Human Resource Development and Research, St. Albert’s College Autonomous is organising Albertian Knowledge Webinar Series 2020 (AKWS2020) Please register online and participate in the webinar to receive eCertificate.

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26th Webinar of the series is on “Importance of Women’s Mental Health during the time of a Pandemic” by *Dr Jamila Koshy MBBS MD, Psychiatrist organised by Albertian Centre for Human Resource Development and Research, St. Albert’s College (Autonomous) on Tuesday the 12th May 2020 from 3 pm to 4 pm.

For more information contact Prof. Shine Antony +91-9895403578 | [email protected] | Director, Albertian Centre for Human Resource Development & Research and Assistant Professor, St. Albert’s College (Autonomous)

Registered participants will receive the webinar invitation 15 minutes prior to the webinar (Tuesday 12th May 2.45 pm) in the registered email id. All the participants are requested to check the email on Tuesday by 2.45 pm and join the Webinar before 2.45 pm. No one will be admitted after 3 pm. There is no registration fee for the webinar. We are using Google Meet for the Webinar. If you are using Laptop please use the Google Chrome browser for the webinar and if you are using Mobile please download the Google Meet from the Playstore. Once you receive the email in the registered email id, please click the link to join the webinar. In case if there is any failure, please whats app to +91-9895403578, for any assistance

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About Dr Jamila Koshy
Dr Jamila Koshy completed her MBBS from the Armed Forces Medical College, Pune and worked in the Army and in several hospitals such as NIMHANS and St. John’s Hospital before joining for her post-graduate studies in Psychiatry which she did at NIMHANS and also Lokmanya Tilak Medical College in Mumbai. Her areas of research are Schizophrenia, Maniac-Depressive Psychosis, Depression, Anxiety Neurosis and other similar neuroses. As an accomplished psychiatrist, Dr Jamila has rendered her services in several metros and hospitals across India, including Hosmat and Baptist Hospitals Bangalore, St Stephen’s Hospital, Delhi, Kalyani and Apollo Hospitals in Chennai, Christian Institute of Health Sciences and Research, Dimapur. She has also worked as a student counsellor at St Stephen’s College, Delhi, volunteered with homes for the mentally destitute, slum clinics and schools for specially-abled children. She has completed her M.Div in Theology and is interested in the intersection of faith, mental health, and social issues, in the pursuit of which she has written articles, contributed to books and taught at various fora.