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Assessment of psycho-social morbidities among adolescents going to schools of South-West Delhi

Assessment of psycho-social morbidities among adolescents going to schools of South-West Delhi

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Published by National Institute of Public Cooperation and Child Development in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Teenagers -- India -- Delhi -- Social conditions.,
  • Stress (Psychology) -- Prevention.,
  • Teenagers -- Rating of -- India -- Delhi.

  • About the Edition

    Study was done by the institute in 2003-2004 in Delhi, India.

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesPsycho-social morbidities among adolescents going to schools of South-West Delhi
    Statement[study done by] National Institute of Public Cooperation and Child Development.
    ContributionsNational Institute of Public Cooperation and Child Development., World Health Organization.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ799.I5 D454 2004
    The Physical Object
    Pagination90 p. :
    Number of Pages90
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16386644M
    LC Control Number2007394931

    The Physical and Psychosocial Development Resources for Adolescents and Young Adults are online resources aimed specifically at adolescents and young adults. Planned Parenthood is a great resource for adolescents to go and learn more about their changing bodies. Health Risk Behaviors Among Adolescents Who Do and Do Not Attend School -- United States, High proportions of U.S. high school students engage in behaviors that place them at increased risk for the leading causes of death and morbidity (e.g., motor-vehicle crashes and other unintentional injuries, homicide, suicide, heart disease, and cancer {1}), unintended pregnancy, and infection.

    Adolescents at School is an exceptionally compelling book that should be read by all secondary school teachers, administrators, and parents. It helps us understand the educational successes and failures of adolescents, and focuses on how the lives of adolescents are shaped by their communities, schools, teachers, parents, and peers. BackgroundRecently, schools have drawn attention as dominant factors for psychosocial development of students. Nepal, however, has limited studies on this issue. This study sought to assess the prevalence of psychosocial dysfunction and its association with family-related factors among adolescent Nepali sTaking adolescent students from 13 schools of Hetauda municipality, we.

    Female adolescents may be especially prone to self–medication of anxiety symptoms. For example, Rohde and colleagues () reported that alcohol use among female high school students was associated with anxiety disorders that preceded the alcohol problems. Psychosocial Assessment H.E.A.D.S.S. A Psychosocial Interview for Adolescents BC Children’s Hospital, This guide offers health care providers a guideline for structuring a HEADSS (Home, Education/employment, peer group Activities, Drugs, Sexuality, and Suicide/depression) interview with an adolescent patient.


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Assessment of psycho-social morbidities among adolescents going to schools of South-West Delhi Download PDF EPUB FB2

[Table/Fig-2] shows the distribution of the various psychosocial problems among adolescent girls girls (2%) were suffering from depression, a prevalence of anxiety was seen in 5 girls (1%) and stuttering and poor concentration were seen in10 girls (1% each).

2 girls(%) came from broken families, one girl was born to a unmarried mother and one Author: Gayathri Hemanth Aradhya. A Clinico-Social Study of Psychiatric Morbidity in 12 to 18 Years School Going Girls in Urban Delhi Vocational Interest of High and Low Creative Adolescents Assessments of Psychosocial Morbidities among Adolescents Going to Schools of South - West Delhi Suicide Behaviours in Adolescents Adolescents are much more independent and mobile and are often out of the direct control of adults.

When misbehavior becomes severe and frequent, adolescents should be evaluated for a psychosocial disorder by a mental health professional. In particular, depression, anxiety, and eating disorders are common during adolescence.

Adolescent Development, Estimates of the number of school aged children with emotional problems vary. Incidence and schools often detracts from efforts to encourage policy makers to address the full range of mental health concerns confronting school staff, students, and their families.

ADOLESCENT HIV CARE AND TREATMENT – PARTICIPANT MANUAL MODULE 5–4 Figure Support needs of ALHIV Note: This figure was adapted from: Uganda Ministry of Gender, Labour, and Social Development. Integrated care for orphans and other vulnerable children: A training manual for community service Size: 1MB.

Finnish adolescents aged 13–18 years (N = ) attending comprehensive, upper secondary and vocational schools participated in the study in Data were collected using a questionnaire that included the Youth Self Report (YSR), as well as questions on the psychosocial background of the adolescents and substance use.

• Identifying needs and problems of schools going adolescents. A Standardized Youth Self Report (YSR) questionnaire by Achenbach for the course of data collection was selected & applied.

Pre-testing of Youth Self Report (YSR) in Hindi was done in one of the Private schools of South-West Delhi. Dhoundiyal, V. Home environment and emotional disturbance among adolescents. Indian Journal of Psychology. Vol. 59 (1 and 2) • Dinesh Paul, Priscilla.S, Sunita Siwach, Santha Gopalakrishan.

Assessment of Psycho Social Morbidities among Adolescents Going to Schools of South - West Delhi. A Report - WHO Funded Project. Psychosocial and mental health problems are quite prevalent among adolescent worldwide, some data reporting up to 20% of adolescents having such problems.

A number of risk factors, familial, individual and societal, have been indentified as contributing to these problems in adolescents. There are also many factors, such as family and societal connectedness,that protect adolescents from.

The total population of the male adolescents ( yrs) for all schools wasout of which a sample of students ( from the rural schools and from the urban schools) were selected using Proportionate Probability Sampling (P.P.S) but only students cooperated in the study.

The study was carried out in 2 phases. However, some adolescents will experience a serious mental health disorder, such as depression and/or anxiety disorders, at some point in their life.

Friends and family can watch for warning signs of mental disorders and urge young people to get help. The main purpose of the GSHS is to obtain health and social behavioral data primarily among to year-old school-going adolescents. In Zambia, this age group was mostly in grades 7– Participants were randomly selected using a two-stage cluster sampling technique.

The data for the study were generated through “Adolescent Behavioural Questionnaire” prepared by the researcher. The questionnaire contains 18 items and is divided into section A and B. Section B consists of 18 items which are intended to find out the cause of behavioural problems among adolescents.

The response format is agree and disagree. ferences among adolescents in the extent to which they exhibit storm and stress and there are cultural variations in the pervasiveness of adolescent storm and stress. (Arnett, p. ) We now address the four primary growth tasks of adolescence (physical, social and emotional, cogni-tive, and moral) as they are intertwined with parents.

Section 3 Introduction - As children grow into adolescents, they enter a process through which they figure out who they are, passing through various stages along the way. In working towards. Psychosocial stimulation by parents has long term benefits G ood parenting protects against psychosocial problems in adolescence.

In this issue of the BMJ, Walker and colleagues present a controlled trial that adds to the growing body of evidence that interventions to stimulate children and expose them to more positive parenting reduce the risks of antisocial behaviour, truancy, pregnancy.

Psychosocial Development in Adolescence - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives. Use this chapter to examine stages adolescents go through as they develop their sense of self. For the past decade, Adolescent Suicide: Assessment and Intervention has been recognized as the best and most authoritative text on this most tragic of subjects.

This long-awaited second edition incorporates almost 15 years of new research and critical thinking about clinical assessment and intervention in addition to an expanded focus on prevention. • List common psychosocial needs of both adolescents in general and ALHIV specifically • Identify strategies to support adolescent clients and caregivers in dealing with stigma and discrimination • Recognize psychosocial challenges among most-at-risk ALHIV and provide support and referrals Trainer Instructions Slides Abstract Distribution of psychiatric morbidity among school going adolescents in a district of North India Author(s):Balgir RS, Sidhu BS, Garg M, Wats A and Sohal S Mental disorders and mental health problems seem to have increased considerably among adolescents in the past years.

The survey was carried out among students [ boys and girls] aged 12 to 18 years from classes 9 t h t h of a school in New Delhi, through an age appropriate modified GSHS (Global School-Based Student Health Survey) on risk factors of non-communicable diseases.

Dietary habits, physical activity and the time spending pattern was studied. Introduction Adolescents can be prone to mental health problems such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression following disasters.

School teachers can provide timely psycho-social support that could instill hope and improve mental health among adolescents in a post-earthquake situation in a low-resource setting. This study examined the effect of training for school. Adolescents at School is an exceptionally compelling book that should be read by all secondary school teachers, administrators, and parents.

It helps us understand the educational successes and failures of adolescents, and focuses on how the lives of adolescents are shaped by their communities, schools, teachers, parents, and s: