PSYDIA 2017
NATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON THE PSYCHOLOGY
IN DIABETES: ISSUES, CHALLENGES AND CARE

 

March 1, 2017, (Wednesday)
Organized by
Psychology Research Unit, Indian Statistical Institute

Academic Partner:Indian Academy of Health Psychology

Objective

Announcement

Pre-Symposium

Tentative Programme Schedule

Status of Registration

Office bearers

Objective

Diabetes is complex and chronic illness.It can result in the development of other health complications. In India, there is a projection of diabetes reaching epidemic proportions.Diabetes treatment is provided by a team of health care professionals that consists of a physician, diabetes nurse educator, dietitian, and psychologist.The psychologist provides direct services to the patient via promotion of health behaviors and treatment of psychological problems, and also provides consultation to the medical team on how to incorporate psychological principles into patient care to enhance clinical outcomes.The bulk of the psychological services in diabetes care are provided to patients who do not have diagnosable psychological problems. For example, nonadherence to the diabetes regimen is the most common reason for psychological referral. Psychological treatments may be used to improve adherence to the diabetes regimen and, more generally, to develop sustained pro-diabetic lifestyles. One in every four diabetic patients suffers from recurring problems with depression, anxiety, or eating disorders. Researches on diabetes are interdisciplinary. This symposium will focus on recent advancement of research on Diabetes from the perspectives of psychology and allied sciences through invited lectures,oral and poster presentations. Manuscript will be reviewed by specific academic committee. Selected abstract will be published in the symposium proceedings.

FINAL PROGRAM SCHEDULE

Date Time Event
1.3.179-30:10Registration
1.3.1710-10:30Inauguration at NAB-1,KolmoGorov Bhawan
Invocation
Inauguration: Prof.Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay, Director, ISI.
About the Psychology Research Unit: Prof.Amita Majumdar Head, Psychology Research Unit,Indian Statistical Institute.
Invited speech:Smt. Pritha Sarkar,Addl Secy.,Department of Health & FW &Project Director, WBSAP & CS, Govt. of west bengal,Sasthya Bhawan
Speech:Dr.Gopal Ch.Biswas,Dy.Director,Non-Communicable Diseases,Govt.Of West Bengal, Sasthya Bhawan
Vote of thanks:Dr. Debdulal Dutta Roy, Psychology Research Unit,Indian Statistical Institute,Kolkata
1.3.1710-30:11-30

Key note speech
Topic:COGNITIVE DECLINE AND DIABETES, EXISTENCE, ETIOLOGY, EVALUATION
Speaker: Professor Joseph Indelicato, Ph.D.,Touro College School of Health Sciences, Chair of Touro College Research Collaborative.New York,USA

1.3.1711-30:11-45High Tea
1.3.1711-45:12-15

Topic:DIABETES AND PSYCHOSIS: COMORBID FACTORS
SpeakerProfessor Saurabh Ghosh,Human Genetics Unit,ISI., Kolkata

1.3.1712-15:1-00

Topic:PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS IN LIVING WITH DIABETES: EFFECTS AND MANAGEMENT
Speaker:Professor Anand Kumar, President: Indian Academy of Health Psychology,Former Head, Department of Psychology, M.G.Kashi Vidyapith, Varanasi

1.3.171-00:2-00

Topic:PSYCHOSOCIAL REHABILITATION IN DIABETES MANAGEMENT
SpeakerShri Prasanta Roy,Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology, Institute of Psychiatry, Kolkata

1.3.172-00:3-00Lunch
1.3.173-00:3-30

Topic: COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT, DEPRESSION AND DEMENTIA IN DIABETES
SpeakerDr.Anirban Sinha,MD DM(Endocrinology),FACE(USA),Assistant Professor, Dept of Endocrinology, Medical College, Kolkata; Visiting endocrinologist,AMRI hospitals

1.3.173-30:4-00Topic:DIABETES DISTRESS CARE AND MANAGEMENT
Speaker:Sravanti Ghosh, Senior Research Fellow, Psychology Research Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata
1.3.174-30:4-45Coffee break
1.3.174-45:5-45Technical Session at NAB-1
1.3.175-45:6-00Valedictory session and certificate distribution

ANNOUNCEMENT

Probable topics

  1. Diabetes and Cognition
  2. Research Methods
  3. Positive Psychology
  4. Diabetes and Psychobiology
  5. Personality & Psychopathology
  6. Counselling, Psychotherapy, Yoga or Meditation
  7. Health Psychology
  8. Community Psychology or Awareness
  9. Performing Arts Therapy

Venue,Date & Time

Indian Statistical Institute, 203, B.T.Road,Kolkata-700108
Date & Time:March,1,2017; 9AM to 5PM.

Academic committee:

  1. Professor Joseph Indelicato Department of Psychology Touro College School of Health Sciences, Chair of Touro College Research Collaborative. New York, USA.
  2. Professor Anand Kumar, President of the Indian Academy of Health Psychology, Department of Psychology M.G. Kashi Vidyapith, Varanasi
  3. Professor Saurabh Ghosh, Human Genetics Unit, ISI. Kolkata
  4. Professor Sanjukta Das, Department of Psychology University of Calcutta
  5. Professor Sadhan Dasgupta Department of Applied Psychology University of Calcutta
  6. Mr. Prasanta Roy, Institute of Psychiatry, Kolkata
  7. Dr. Debdulal Dutta Roy, Associate Professor, Psychology Research Unit, ISI, Kolkata

Abstract format:

  1. Title(not more than 10 words)
  2. Background (specific reason for topic selection)
  3. Objectives (not more than 3 objectives)
  4. Participant(highlight exclusion and inclusion criteria)
  5. Tools (what it measures,scoring,reliability and validity if available)
  6. Results
  7. Conclusions and implications
  8. Key words (technical terms to understand abstract)

Important dates:

Registration opens:25.1.2017
Abstract submission opens:25.1.2017
Abstract submission closes:20.2.2017
Abstract acceptance notification:15.2.2017
Full paper submission:15.2.2017
Registration closes:25.2.17.

Registration & Participation Certificate

  • Registration fee for both paper presenters and non-presenters is Rs.800 (inclusive taxes). No spot registration.
    Registration fee is to be made by Demand Draft only in favour of “Indian Statistical Institute”payable at Kolkata. Please send your Registration to the Head, Psychology Research Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, 203, B.T. road, Kolkata, West Bengal, India - 700108.
  • Online registrationAfter preparation of bank draft and abstract, do online registration. Submit your abstract online.
    Online link: Click Form
    Please put following link on your browser https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1LIk6k547uz-agRWekIfraXt8NAEGq_zmucJbbE5Y1Cc/edit
  • No. of seats=50

Registration can be done through NEFT instead of bank draft.
NEFT details are: A. NAME OF THE BANK : UNITED BANK OF INDIA
B. ACCOUNT HOLDER(S) NAME : INDIAN STATISTICAL INSTITUTE
C. BANK ADDRESS : DUNLOP BRIDGE BRANCH
202/1.B.T.ROAD,KOLKATA-700108
D. 9 – DIGITMICR CODE NUMBER : 700027046,DUNLOP BRIDGE BRANCE,KOL.
E. NEFT IFSE CODE : UTBI 0 DLB140
F. RTGS IFSC CODE : UTBI 0 DLB140
G. BANK ACCOUNT NUMBER : 0071050000118
H. ACCOUNT TYPE : CURRENT ACCOUNT
(S.B. Account/Current account or cash credits with code 10/11/13)
I. SWIFT CODE : UTBIINBBOBC

Accommodation, Food and Travel

  • No Accommodation will be provided but there are several hotels and guest houses nearby the venue for accommodation.Participants may make their own arrangements for boarding and lodging.

E-mail and contact person

Please do all correspondence with this E-mail address:dmpr2017.isi@gmail.com with subject address PSYDIA 2017

Contact student co-ordinator: Ms.Sravanti Ghosh,Sr. Research Fellow,Psychology Research Unit,Indian Statistical Institute,203,BT Road,Kolkata-700108.Phone (o):033-25753450,M:9903292582 Send E-mail toSravanti

Status of Registration for Paper presenters


Author/s Paper title Affiliation Mode Registration Confirmation
1.Sabornee Karmakar*, Sri Prasanta Kr. Roy, Prof. Dr. A. K. BhattacharyaPsychosocial impact of Juvenile Diabetes – A Qualitative UnderstandingDept. of Clinical Psychology, Institute of Psychiatry- Centre of ExcellenceOral receivedConfirmed
2.Gopa DasDance therapy in DiabetesRabi RashmiOralNot receivedWaiting
3.Sunila BanerjeeDiabetes and Emotional intelligence in Corporate sector Bani CommunicationsOral receivedConfirmed
N.B: * indicates paper presenter

Status of Registration for Attendance

Name of Participant Affiliation Registration Confirmation
1.Dr. Payel BasuDiamond Harbour Women's UniversityReceivedConfirmed
2.Madhurima BasuIISWBM, KolkataReceivedConfirmed
3.Tina MitraWBStt. of H&FW, Govt. of West BengalReceivedConfirmed
4.Jaitri MandalUniversity of HyderabadReceivedConfirmed
5.Amrita banerjeeRamsaday college,Calcutta UniversityReceivedConfirmed
6.Amiyangshu DeJadavpur University Received Confirmed
7.Smita DeIndian Institute of Psychometry, Kolkata ReceivedConfirmed
8.Dr. Rama MannaIndian Institute of Psychometry, KolkataReceived Confirmed
9.Purnima KunduCollege of Nursing, Medical College, KolkataReceived Confirmed
10.Ranu BagCollege of Nursing, Medical College, KolkataReceived Confirmed
11.Jharna MondalCollege of Nursing, Medical College, KolkataReceived Confirmed
12.Sudipa BasuReceived Confirmed
13.PARBATI MANDIWBUHSReceived Confirmed
14.SRIJANA MONDALWBUHSReceived Confirmed
15.Debanjali GuptaGovt College of nursing ,N.R.S Medical College and HospitalReceived Confirmed
16. SEMANTI DUTTAGovt.college of nursing.N.R.S.Medical College and HospitalReceived Confirmed

Coordinator

Convener

Dr.Debdulal Dutta Roy,Associate Professor, Psychology Research Unit,Indian Statistical Institute,203,BT Road,Kolkata-700108.

Student coordinator

Ms.Sravanti Ghosh,Sr. Research Fellow,Psychology Research Unit,Indian Statistical Institute,203,BT Road,Kolkata-700108.E-mail:adhikari.sravanti@gmail.com.

Pre-Symposium

  1. Ms. Tina Mitra,Swasthya Bhawan.
  2. Mrs Dola Majumder Das,Vivekananda college for women.
  3. Sanchita Ghosh,West Bengal State University.
  4. Amrita banerjee,92,APC Road calcutta 700009.
  5. Sunila Banerjee,BJ 16,sector II,Saltlake.
  6. Sreemoyee Tarafder,Department of Psychology West Bengal State University.
  7. Priyanka Bhattacharyya,Mental Health Foundation / Apollo CDC Bhoopal.
  8. Sravanti Ghosh,ISI.
  9. Aparajita Dasgupta,West Bengal State University.
  10. Sumona Datta,ISI.
  11. Ms Piya Saha, University of Calcutta
  12. Chandrani Nath,Calcutta university
  13. Dola majumder,Lecturer Vivekananda college for women
  14. Jayasree sar choudhury,Calcutta National Medical College & Hospital
  15. Ms Shubhanghi Sharma,Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata
  16. Ms. Dipanjana Banerjee,Vivekananda college for women, behala chowrasta
  17. Tapolagna Das,Ex student of Department of Psychology, University of Calcutta
  18. Ms.Paromita Biswas, C.u
  19. Dripto rakshit,Rajabazar science college , Kolkata
  20. Murshida Khatoon,Indian Statistical Institute. 203,B.T. Road, Kolkata-700108
  21. Eshita Pal,University of calcutta
  22. Priyanka Ghosh,Applied Psychology, CU
  23. Anurupa Kundu,Indian Statistical Institute. 203, B.T. Road, Kolkata-700108
  24. Ms. Himani Bhattacharya,Psychology Research Unit, ISI
  25. Rikhia Guha,Rajabazar science college
  26. Ms. Madhurima Basu,IISWBM, Management House, College Square West. Kolkata-700073.
  27. Amrita Ghosh,Ignoue
  28. Chandrani Nath,Rajabazar
  29. shampa gharami,University of calcutta
  30. Tama Dey,CU
  31. payel ghosh,Culcutta university
  32. Nabanita Basak,Calcutta University
  33. Ms. Rimpi Das,University of Calcutta
  34. Ms. Rina Mahato,University of Calcutta
  35. Ms. Rama Manna,Indian Institute of Psychometry, 117, B. T. Road, Kolkata 700108
  36. Smita Dey
  37. Bisakha Mukherjee
  38. Susmita Bagchi
  39. Mr. Krishna Chakraborty
  40. Ananya Mondal
  41. Ms. Nidhi Singh
  42. Ms. Saswati Nath
  43. Nayanika Saha