Public Education Videos
These videos are developed to disseminate information and create awareness about mental health and illness to patients and their caregiver.
Video Description and Speaker
Video Name & Link
Dr. Shreedevi A. U. highlights the health, financial and social issues associated with tobacco consumption. On the occasion of World No Tobacco Day, observed on 31st May every year we pledge to the theme of the year 2021- “Commit to Quit”.
ವರ್ಜಿಸಲು ಬದ್ಧರಾಗಿ|| Commit to Quit|| Dr. Shreedevi A. U.|| World No Tobacco Day 2021
Subhash H J, Counsellor at NIMHANS and Member of National Tobacco Quitline Services explains the need to quit tobacco and also the risks using tobacco poses amidst the Pandemic. On the occasion of World No Tobacco Day, observed on 31st May every year we pledge to the theme of the year 2021- “Commit to Quit”.
COMMIT TO QUIT || NATIONAL TOBACCO QUITLINE SERVICES || WORLD NO TOBACCO DAY 2021
Dr. Pratima Murthy, Professor and Head, Department of Psychiatry, makes us aware of the choices we have and the hazards of smoking. On the occasion of World No Tobacco Day, observed on 31st May every year we pledge to the theme of the year 2021- “Commit to Quit”.
Commit to Quit || Dr. Pratima Murthy || World No Tobacco Day 2021
This video talks about the lack of public facilities and services for the elderly and the distress associated with that among the vulnerable group.
This video highlights about the pain and emotional distress of an elderly who pines for the grand daughter and how she bonds with her over a period of time.
NIMHANS in association with Ministry of Health and Welfare presents the film ‘Turbulence’ which is about common mental disorders such as depression and anxiety.
A step-wise demonstration through a short movie on how to provide first aid for anyone with Epilepsy.
First Aid in Epilepsy
An address By Dr. B N Gangadhar for Suicide Prevention Day, 2019.
World Suicide Prevention Day 10th September 2019
A short movie showing us the struggle with Tobacco addiction and resolving to quit it.
Quitting chew able tobacco
A video on stress management through Yoga practice by Dr. Hemanth Bhargav.
Yoga stress management Dr. Hemanth Bhargav
A demonstration of yoga for Stress Management by Dr. Hemanth Bhargav.
Yoga for stress management
A session on ‘Rescheduling, Financial and Logistics’ by Dr. N. Girish Rao, Professor & Head, Department of Epidemiology and Dr. Poornima Bhola, Additional Professor, Department of Clinical Psychology, NIMHANS.
Session – 4 Rescheduling, Financial and Logistics
A session on ‘managing family and friends’ by Dr. N. Girish Rao, Professor & Head, Department of Epidemiology and Dr. Poornima Bhola, Additional Professor, Department of Clinical Psychology, NIMHANS.
Session 3 Exam preparedness
A session on ‘managing family and friends’ by Dr. N. Girish Rao, Professor & Head, Department of Epidemiology and Dr. R. Manjula, Professor, Department of Clinical Psychology, NIMHANS.
Session – 2 Managing Family & Friends
A session on ‘ handling emotional stress and anxiety’ by Dr. N. Girish Rao, Professor & Head, Department of Epidemiology and Dr. R. Manjula, Professor, Department of Clinical Psychology, NIMHANS.
Session – 1 Handling Emotional Stress and Anxiety
The video provides information on how to handle stress and anxiety effectively.
Handling Stress and Anxiety
This documentary is about the Kaamanabillu yojana to ensure quality education and exposure for school children.
A talk on the ‘issue related to postponement of entrance exams’ by Dr. N. Girish Rao, Professor & Head, Department of Epidemiology, NIMHANS, Bengaluru.
Issue Related to Postponement of Entrance Exams
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 Dr. Girish B Kulkarni Professor of Neurology 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.
Address by the director on the eve of World Stroke Day 2020
A talk by Dr. Pratima Murthy, Professor and HOD of Psychiatry, 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. G. Gururaj, Professor of Epidemiology and Director, NIMHANS, Bengaluru, on World Mental Health Day, 10th October 2020.
World Mental Health Day, 10th October 2020: Talk by Dr. G. Gururaj, Director, NIMHANS, Bengaluru
Address by Dr. B. N. Gangadhar, Former Director and senior Professor of Psychiatry, NIMHANS, on International Day of Older Persons 2020.
Vayomanasa sanjeevani; Dr. B N Gangadhar, Director, NIMHANS; International day of older persons 2020
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’.
Role of media as a key stake holder in building resilient communities’ by Dr K S Meena
Address by Dr. B. N. Gangadhar, Director, NIMHANS, on International Yoga Day 2020
International Yoga Day, 2020: Director’s Speech
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.
A Ray of Hope- Trailer: A Film on Tobacco and Alcohol Dependency
Short film developed by students enrolled in 2- month certification course in Mental Health Education.
It’s Okay Not to Be Okay
The video is about the “The Roses cafe” inside the premises of National Institute of Mental Health Education (NIMHANS).
Bite a bit of Thought
On World Suicide Prevention Day, 2019, Dr. B.N. Gangadhar, Director of NIMHANS stresses on how suicide has evolved into a global problem.
Address by Dr B. N. Gangadhar for World Suicide Prevention Day 2019
This educational video about Migraine is addressed by various faculty from NIMHANS, Bangalore.
Migraine: The Painful Truth
Dr. Shivarama Varambally Professor of Psychiatry at NIMHANS and Dr. Hemant Bhargav, Senior Scientific Officer & Principal Investigator, NIMHANS Integrated Centre for Yoga moderated by Dr. Aarti Jagannathan have a panel discussion on ‘Improving Yoga for Mental Health’.
Panel Discussion on Yoga for Improving Mental Health
This video was submitted as an entry in competition Divyangjan Shashaktikaran conducted by the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment in the month of August, 2017- a 5 minute short film, to educate and empower dependents of differently abled.
Sahayak Margadarshan सहायक मार्गदर्शन
This is a trailer of the Training Video titled “Light of Hope: A Training Video on Depression”, developed for the ‘ASHA ViDe Study’. The full video is approximately 1 hour in duration.
Light of Hope: A Training Video on Depression (TRAILER)
‘Prayatn, a step to Mental Health First Aid’, a training video, talks about what mental health first aid is all about and do’s and dont’s of dealing with a crisis in hand through small role-plays.
Prayatn: A step to Mental Health First Aid
A video showing us the importance of road safety.
Road safety and Precautions
This video educates us on the role of bystanders in road traffic accidents.
Role of Bystander in Road Traffic Accidents
A video on suicide prevention and the importance of helping those who are contemplating suicide.
We can do it!
A short video on Depression and urging those who are struggling to reach out for help.
Dr. B.N. Gangadhar, Director of NIMHANS talks about Yoga as one of the essential tools that helps the mind cope with various physical, mental and psychological stressors.
Yoga and Mind – Dr B.N. Gangadhar, Director, NIMHANS
Dr Girish Kulkarni, Department of Neurology, NIMHANS, talks about Stroke.
Stroke- Dr Girish Kulkarni, NIMHANS
Views about Mental Health illnesses by Amandeep Sandhu, the author of two books: Sepia Leaves and Roll of Honour.
Amandeep Sandhu :Care giver’s Perspective on Mental Illness
Dr. M. Netravathi, Additional Professor, Department of Neurology talsk about Stop Multiple Sclerosis on World Brain Day 2021.
World Brain Day 2021 – Stop Multiple Sclerosis
Dr. M. Netravathi, Additional Professor, Department of Neurology talsk about Multiple Sclerosis Warriors | NIMHANS on World Brain Day 2021.
World Brain Day: Multiple Sclerosis Warriors | NIMHANS
Dr. Jagadisha Thirthalli, Professor of Psychiatry and Incharge Head, Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services, NIMHANS speaks about “Care of persons with severe mental illness during COVID 19” in Kannada. Taking care for persons with severe mental illness during pandemic has become difficult because of the current lockdown and other restrictions. He elaborates on some tips to take care of their mental wellbeing.
Care of Persons with Severe Mental Illness during COVID 19 || Dr. Jagadisha Thirthalli || Kannada
The NIMHANS Parent- training video were developed as a Phd. Thesis. The team involved PhD. Scholar Megha Rupa from the Dept. of Clinical Psychology, Dr. Uma Hirisave, Professor at the Department of Clinical Psychology and Dr. Jayshree Ramakrishna, Professor and Head at the Department of Mental Health Education. This video is for parents having children in the age range of 3-8 years. This is for any parent who wants to learn as to how to parent their child effectively.
About NIMHANS Parent Training Videos (Pt.1)
The NIMHANS Parent- training video was developed by the PhD. Scholar Megha Rupa from the Dept. of Clinical Psychology, Dr. Uma Hirisave, Professor at the Department of Clinical Psychology and Dr. Jayshree Ramakrishna, Professor and Head at the Department of Mental Health Education. This video talks about the sample involved for the study.
Making of NIMHANS Parent Training Videos (Pt.2)
This video presents different case scenarios as to how the parent can assist the child academically in order to ensure their growth and progress
Making of NIMHANS Parent-Training Videos Academics and School (Pt.3)
This video is about the different ways parents can respond to the child’s addiction to screen.
About NIMHANS Parent-Training Videos Addicted to Screens (Pt.4)
This video highlights how mother’s can respond when the child acts clingy. It shows the different ways mothers can reduce this in children.
Making of NIMHANS Parent-Training Videos Child too Clingy (Pt.5)
This video highlights how mother’s can respond when the child acts disrespectful. By showing the correct ways of responding, it enables the mother in dealing with these situations effectively.
Making of NIMHANS Parent-Training Videos Disrespectful (Pt.6)
This video highlights the various ways mother’s can respond when the child acts shy.
Making of NIMHANS Parent-Training Videos Excessive Shyness (Pt.7)
This video highlights how a mother can implement a daily routine for the child which will help her make her child realize the early morning schedule.
Making of NIMHANS Parent-Training Videos Morning Routine (Pt.8)
This video how a father can deal with the child Outdoor Temper Tantrums effectively
Making of NIMHANS Parent-Training Videos Outdoor Temper Tantrums (Pt.8)
This video talks about how parents collectively should take decisions appropriately when it comes to their child’s school and academics.
Making of NIMHANS Parent-Training Videos Parents and School (Pt.9)
This video talks about how the child can avoid to be a poor and fussy eater and learn table manners. This is important because if the parent doesn’t handle the child’s behaviour properly, it can affect her self esteem.
Making of NIMHANS Parent-Training Videos Poor and Fussy Eater (Pt.10)
In this video, the mother handles the siblings fight in an effective manner. Case scenarios for the same are presented that can help one deal with the child in a correct manner.
Making of NIMHANS Parent-Training Videos Sibling Fights (Pt.11)
This video helps the parent to handle the child’s temper tantrums in an effective manner.
Making of NIMHANS Parent-Training Videos Temper Tantrums (Pt.12)
The parents can help assist the child in developing the habit of sharing which is a very necessary skill. This video is a resource guide for parents who are struggling with this aspect.
Making of NIMHANS Parent-Training Videos Won’t Share (Pt.13)
This video will help parents guide to become for confident in handling situations such as a child writing on the wall. This video is a guide to handle this situation in a proper manner.
Making of NIMHANS Parent-Training Videos Writing on the Wall (Pt.14)
These are video testimonials by parents who took part in the intervention and professionals working with these children. This video will provide rich knowledge into the experiences of their parents and their journey of handling some difficult situations.
Making of NIMHANS Parent-Training Videos Video Testimonials and credits
22nd July every year is observed as “World Brain Day”. This day is dedicated to raising awareness about brain health. The theme of this year’s World Brain Day is “Stop Multiple Sclerosis”, aiming to promote opportunities to highlight the urgent need for early diagnosis and advocate for access to health care, education, and research, and, most importantly, access to effective treatment that can substantially reduce disability.
World Brain Day 2021- Stop Multiple Sclerosis | NIMHANS
This is a video comprising of MS Warriors raising awareness about Multiple Sclerosis and providing strength and hope to fellow warriors.
Multiple Sclerosis Warriors | NIMHANS
Panel Discussion by faculty of NIMHANS, Bengaluru about Multidisciplinary Approaches in the management of Multiple Sclerosis.
World Brain Day Panel Discussion | August 03, 2021 | NIMHANS
The NIMHANS, Bengaluru observed the World Brain Day under the theme: Stop Multiple Sclerosis with a program to raise awareness about Multiple Sclerosis and the available treatment to reduce the burden of people with Multiple Sclerosis.
World Brain Day 2021 Program | Aug 03, 2021 | NIMHANS
World Suicide Prevention Day is commemorated on September 10th every year. On the same occasion, here is the Director of NIMHANS, Dr. Pratima Murthy, addressing the need to raise awareness on suicides, reduce the stigma around it so that we are able provide support to those who need help and create hope through our actions. Dr. Pratima emphasized on the theme of this year “Creating hope through action”, actions big or small may help someone who is struggling. The steps how one can help others include compassion, sharing their stories in order to instill confidence and the fact that help is available is important. Let’s create hope and be the light.
A Speech by Dr. Pratima Murthy, Director, NIMHANS
Every year the month of September is observed as “Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.” This year, the theme is “Creating Hope Through Action”. There is an urgent need to reach out to those in despair because suicide is preventable . The pandemic has added difficulties for those who were already feeling isolated. Staying connected with support groups in these difficult situations is very important. Talking about suicide prevention is the need of the hour. Watch this video to help save the life of someone in need of help. “Every life matters”.
Awareness video on Suicide Prevention
Many people require our support as they progress through the various stages of their lives, from school to college, and from the workplace to our own homes. Various studies have shown that support plays a critical role in fostering mental well-being. Let us all pledge to be more sensitive and actively listen to help our community become a safe place. This video is developed by students as a part of the certificate course, “Media and Mental Health” by the Department of Mental Health Education Department, NIMHANS.
Mental Health Care: Creating a Safer Community
26th June is celebrated as International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit every year. This video shows us some myths and facts about substance abuses. It also throws light upon the shocking statistics of substance abuse and the problems caused by addiction. We should all know that There are no easy ways to solve the problem caused by substances use but knowing the facts can help everyone in need to deal with the issue.
International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking: MYTHS AND FACTS
Covid-19 pandemic has produced a global health crisis that has had a deep impact on the way we perceive our world and everyday life. Within this context of physical threat, social and physical distancing, the role of different mass media channels in the lives of individual, social and society level cannot be underestimated. Therefore, there is a pressing need to create a resilient and literature community globally in health communication and Media can lead the way.
Role of media as a key stake holder in building resilient communities by Dr K S Meena