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Faculty and Phd students of Institute of Applied Psychology attended the 13th Muslim Mental Health Conference arranged by the Michigan State University USA, Department of Psychiatry
Faculty and Phd students of Institute of Applied Psychology attended the 13th Muslim Mental Health Conference arranged by the Michigan State University USA, Department of Psychiatry


Faculty and Phd students of Institute of Applied Psychology attended the 13th Muslim Mental Health Conference arranged by the Michigan State University USA, Department of Psychiatry. Prof Dr Rafia Rafique, Dr Fatima Kamran and Dr Afifa Anjum presented their research on COVID-19 & Mental Health. Prof Dr Rafia shared the different psychological concerns callers reported through Covid 19 Mental Health Helpline of Institute of Applied Psychology and Tele-medicine services. The most common concern reported was anxiety followed by sleep issues and .sad mood. More women compared to men said they were facing psychological issues. Stress of online classes and anger issues were reported by college and university students during first phase of Pandemic. Mphill student MS Sarah Mehmood presented her research on self connectedness and tolerance among Muddrasa students. Last year Institute of Applied Psychology signed an MOU with Michigan State University
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