NIMHANS


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NIMHANSNational Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences (Bangalore, India)
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India's National Mental Health Policy was formulated in 1982 using a model developed by NIMHANS.
Dr K Sokar of NIMHANS cites a 2000 India and Pakistan study of rural patients that shows that half a month's wages of approximately $16 goes towards treatment.
NIMHANS neuropsychological battery: test descriptions, instructions, clinical data and interpretation.
It is being done under the supervision of best psychiatrist, psychologist from the NIMHANS," said Auradkar.
The tests were administered according to the instructions provided in the NIMHANS Neuropsychology battery.
The socio-demographic and clinical profiles were recorded as per a pre-specified format followed by Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, NIMHANS.
A study at NIMHANS in 1989, by Asha et al reported the diagnostic accuracy of 87%.
While NIMHANS ( National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences) existed for medical treatment, many patients who were ' medically treated' weren't taken back by their families for fear of social stigma.
Sinha, NHRC's Special Rapporteurs, senior officers, representatives of Centre and State Governments, Health of Mental Health Care Institutions, including, Director, NIMHANS, Bengaluru, civil society representatives participated in the deliberations.
More than 100 schools participated in various co-curricular activities resulting in the Presidency Challenge Cup 2012 (24TH & 25TH July 2012) held at NIMHANS Convention Centre, Bangalore.
After obtaining informed consent, all subjects underwent NIMHANS Neuropsychiatry Battery for Elderly (15) testing along with TOH assessment.