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Indian Medical Association begins lectures to help students reduce stress

To reduce stress for medical students and junior doctors the Indian Medical Association of Kanpur has launched a series of lectures by professional psychologists and psychiatrics on how to cope with the pressures of medical studies.
"Students are in depression after the recent fiasco. Mental balance is imperative as they have to deal with people on a daily basis. Therefore, a lecture series is being organised to help them cope with stress," IMA (Kanpur) president, Aarti Lal Chandani said.
This open-for-all lecture series will be delivered by psychologists, psychiatrists and management gurus to help students overcome mental pressure and return to normalcy.
The series, which includes l
ectures on behaviour therapy, psychotherapy, management relationship, public relations and media relationship, will help them deal with people, said Lal.
The hour-long classes are scheduled to continue till March 31.
Recently, doctors and teachers of medical colleges here went on strike to protest police action on 24 junior doctors and their subsequent arrest. Counselling sessions are also being provided to the 24 junior doctors who were arrested in connection with the clash and were sent to jail, she said.
About Indian Medical Association
Indian Medical Association, started in 1928, looks after the interest of doctors as well as the well being of the community at large.
The objectives of Indian Medical Association are:
a. Promotion and Advancement of Medical and allied sciences in all their different branches.
b. The improvement of public Health and Medical Education in India.
c. The maintenance of honour and dignity of medical profession.

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