COVID 19 Information Resources
- NIMHANS Psychosocial support and mental health services helpline
- Signs, Symptoms and basic protective measures against COVID-19
- Yoga for Stress Management During COVID-19 Crisis
- COVID-19 Mental Health Guidelines
- Tele psychotherapy Services Guidelines
- Department of Neurology- Instructions for patients
- Resource Material for providing basic psychological support in the context of COVID19
Videos on Covid-19
Video Name & Link
Video Description and Speaker
Managing Stress among Adolescents During Covid-19 https://youtu.be/yUUlNZMtKQI
A talk by Dr. John Vijay Sagar, Professor and Head, Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, NIMHANS, Bengaluru on ‘managing stress among adolescents During Covid-19’.
Preventing and Reducing Domestic Violence During COVID-19
This video highlights types of domestic violence and prevention measures. It was developed by NIMHANS, Bengaluru for the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India.
Tobacco Cessation During COVID-19 https://youtu.be/RpfrqZZ3wIM
A talk by Dr. Pratima Murthy, Professor and Head, Department of Psychiatry on ‘tobacco cessation during COVID-19’.
Issue Related to Postponement of Entrance Exam Associated with COVID-19
Talk by Dr. B. N. Gangadhar, Senior Professor of Psychiatry & Director, NIMHANS on ‘issue related to postponement of entrance exam associated with COVID-19.’
Front line Medical workers COVID-19 https://youtu.be/CI9KxidBaHQ
A talk by various professors from NIMHANS on the ‘ frontline medical workers during COVID-19.
How postpartum women can handle COVID-19 Related Emotional Distress
A talk by Dr. Prabha S. Chandra, Professor of Psychiatry, NIMHANS on ‘how postpartum woman can handle COVID-19 related emotional distress’.
How pregnant women can handle COVID-19 related anxiety
A talk by Dr. Prabha S. Chandra, Professor of Psychiatry, NIMHANS on ‘how pregnant women can handle COVID-19 related anxiety’.
Persons with Disabilities during COVID-19 https://youtu.be/peiTxyrLua8
Ways for caregivers to help people with disabilities during COVID-19.