Public Educational Videos
Video Name & Link
Video Description and Speaker
Address by Dr. Girish B Kulkarni Professor of Neurology on the eve of World Stroke day 2020
A talk by Dr. Girish B. Kulkarni, Professor of Neurology on importance of identifying warning signs of stroke and reaching to the nearest stroke ready hospital to reduce the mortality and morbidity.
Address by the director on the eve of World Stroke Day 2020
A talk by Dr. G. Gururaj, Professor of Epidemiology and Director, NIMHANS, Bengaluru, on World Stroke Day 2020.
World Mental Health Day, 10/10/2020: Dr. Pratima Murthy, Professor and HOD of Psychiatry, NIMHANS
A talk by Dr. Pratima Murthy, Professor and HOD of Psychiatry, NIMHANS Bengaluru on World Stroke Day 2020.
World Mental Health Day, 10th October 2020: Talk by Dr. G. Gururaj, Director, NIMHANS, Bengaluru
A talk by Dr. G. Gururaj, Professor of Epidemiology and Director, NIMHANS, Bengaluru, on World Mental Health Day, 10th October 2020.
Vayomanasa sanjeevani; Dr. B N Gangadhar, Director, NIMHANS; International day of older persons 2020
Address by Dr. B. N. Gangadhar, Former Director and senior Professor of Psychiatry, NIMHANS, on International Day of Older Persons 2020.
Role of media as a key stake holder in building resilient communities’ by Dr K S Meena
Address by Dr. K.S. Meena, Additional Professor and Head, Department of Mental Health Education, NIMHANS, on ‘Role Of Media As A Key Stake Holder In Building Resilient Communities’.
International Yoga Day, 2020: Director’s Speech
Address by Dr. B. N. Gangadhar, Director, NIMHANS, on International Yoga Day 2020
A Ray of Hope- Trailer: A Film on Tobacco and Alcohol Dependency
A film on the adverse effects of addiction on a person’s mental health and social life. This is produced by Department of Mental Health Education.
E-Workshop on ‘Immediate Care for Psychological Events and Emergencies’
This e-workshop was organized by Department of Mental Health Education in collaboration with NIMHANS Digital Academy to spread awareness on “Immediate care”, which is very important during this pandemic.
It’s Okay Not to Be Okay
Short film developed by students enrolled in 2- month certification course in Mental Health Education.