Monday, 4 December 2017

Unleash your research ideas and join the global clinical & medical research experts meet at Clinical Case Reports 2018 during June 01-02, 2018 at Osaka, Japan.


For abstracts submission, PS: https://clinicalcasereports.conferenceseries.com/call-for-abstracts.php

Saturday, 2 December 2017

Avail Speaker and Poster Opportunities to Share & Learn from Global Experts


ClinicalCaseReports 2018!!


Clinical Case Reports 2018 International Conference is now coming to the world's most exciting tourist destination Osaka, Japan during June 01-02, 2018 to explore your research with the expert researchers attending the conference from all over the world.

Submit your abstract and Register your interest with us to add youself in to the biggest network of Researchers, doctors, students and academicians.
For more details about the conference, Please Visit: https://goo.gl/KywKdF











Thursday, 30 November 2017

HIV..Let's End It !

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World AIDS Day has taken place on December 1st every year since 1988.
It provides an opportunity to draw attention to the HIV epidemic around the world and to raise awareness of HIV, to remember loved ones who have died, to show solidarity with people living with HIV, to celebrate survival and health, and to raise money for HIV and related causes.
For many people the day is associated with the red ribbon which is an instantly recognizable symbol. Wearing a red ribbon is a simple way to show your support.
Clinical Case Reports 2018 welcomes all the Speakers/Delegates to share and Explore their Clinical and Medical Research Experience with International Experts attending the Conference.
Submit your Abstract and Register your Interest with us to confirm your participation.
For more details on the Conference, Please Visit: https://goo.gl/KywKdF

Wednesday, 29 November 2017

7th International Conference on Clinical and Medical Case Reports: Wrists are for Bracelets not for Self Injuries

7th International Conference on Clinical and Medical Case Reports: Wrists are for Bracelets not for Self Injuries: Say no to self harm by wearing a black ribbon on your wrist. If you see someone else with a black ribbon on their wrist go up to them and...

Wrists are for Bracelets not for Self Injuries

Say no to self harm by wearing a black ribbon on your wrist.

If you see someone else with a black ribbon on their wrist go up to them and tell them to stay strong and keep fighting.

For more details, PS: https://goo.gl/KywKdF


Causes of Self-harm:

There's no one single or simple cause that leads someone to self-injure. In general:
  • Nonsuicidal self-injury is usually the result of an inability to cope in healthy ways with psychological pain.
  • The person has a hard time regulating, expressing or understanding emotions. The mix of emotions that triggers self-injury is complex. For instance, there may be feelings of worthlessness, loneliness, panic, anger, guilt, rejection, self-hatred or confused sexuality.
Through self-injury, the person may be trying to:
  • Manage or reduce severe distress or anxiety and provide a sense of relief
  • Provide a distraction from painful emotions through physical pain
  • Feel a sense of control over his or her body, feelings or life situations
  • Feel something — anything — even if it's physical pain, when feeling emotionally empty
  • Express internal feelings in an external way
  • Communicate depression or distressful feelings to the outside world
  • Be punished for perceived faults
Signs and Symptoms of Self Harm:

  • Scars
  • Fresh cuts, scratches, bruises or other wounds
  • Excessive rubbing of an area to create a burn
  • Keeping sharp objects on hand
  • Wearing long sleeves or long pants, even in hot weather
  • Difficulties in interpersonal relationships
  • Persistent questions about personal identity, such as "Who am I?" "What am I doing here?"
  • Behavioral and emotional instability, impulsivity and unpredictability
  • Statements of helplessness, hopelessness or worthlessness
Prevention:

There is no sure way to prevent your loved one's self-injuring behavior. But reducing the risk of self-harm includes strategies that involve both individuals and communities — for example, parents, schools, medical professionals, supervisors, co-workers and coaches.
  • Identify people most at risk and offer help. For instance, those at risk can be taught resilience and healthy coping skills that they can then draw on during periods of distress.
  • Encourage expansion of social networks. Many people who self-injure feel lonely and disconnected. Forming connections to people who don't self-injure can improve relationship and communication skills.
  • Raise awareness. Adults, especially those who work with children, should be educated about the warning signs of self-injury and what to do when they suspect it. Documentaries, multimedia-based educational programs and group discussions are helpful strategies.
  • Promote programs that encourage peers to seek help. Peers tend to be loyal to friends even when they know a friend is in crisis. Programs that encourage youths to reach out to adults may chip away at social norms that support secrecy.
  • Offer education about media influence. News media, music and other highly visible outlets that feature self-injury may nudge vulnerable children and young adults to experiment. Teaching children critical thinking skills about the influences around them might reduce the harmful impact.
To share your views and research on self-harm, Mental health and other related healthcare case reports at the 7th International Conference on Clinical and Medical Case Reports which is going to be held during June 01-02 at Osaka, Japan please visit: https://clinicalcasereports.conferenceseries.com

Tuesday, 28 November 2017

Let’s Increase the understanding of what works

Share your clinical & medical research at Clinical Case Reports 2018 Conference and add yourself to the best Clinical & Medical Experts network from around the globe at Osaka, Japan during June 01–02, 2018.
For more details, Visit: goo.gl/KywKdF