Ibadan Medical school at 70 -#issue:"School Health Well being"

Ibadan Medical school at 70 -#issue:"School Health Well being"



the Center for Child and Adolescent Mental in partnership with the Department of Psychiatry anniversary of the bardo I have put together this conference that is concerned about the well-being of students by students I mean student of University of Ibadan second high school student and popular various primary schools he's going to be a swell time in India guys my name is chef Ondrea this is official guru tv7 young Rwanda Somalia Tanzania Malawi Zambia I'm sorry Gambia and several parts of Nigeria can be very important I extend my deep gratitude to the Vice Chancellor of University of Ibadan I'm first and foremost I'm an employee of the University and the College of Medicine and also extend my gratitude to the provost of the College of Medicine University of Ibadan I'd leave them to join us when we move down I'll extend my deep gratitude to the chief medical director of the University College Hospital for their support also the acknowledged here the presence of faculty members of the Center for Child and Adolescent Mental Health whose commitments to the cause of Child and Adolescent Mental Health has made today possible I'm grateful to members of the distinguished panel of discussions on the topic of school health and well-being only five a Johnston's in our schools use psychoactive substances also known as drugs and I understand to use these drugs are also more likely to be depressed and other mental health conditions such as conduct disorder children and adolescents who use drugs were more likely to be influenced by peer pressure and needs to experiment and they also had some issues and family problems on the subject of our own senses secondary school we found a great number of adolescent track stunting under nutrition in children and particularly children and adolescents from urban slums and rural areas and we find that on the other hand obesity was elected to a call in joining private schools what is being done to rectify this nutritional issues children and adolescents with inadequate nutrition cannot enjoy optimal growth and development in audiences from the documents that read this one Metallica's on squirt program in nigeria is still a level of policy the condition is still very very supportive it's all that you say about the authority especially when children say there they have to go hungry they are more likely to have suicidal thoughts yes they are more likely to have depression to be aggressive and drop out of school in fact many of them may be presents as if they have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder because they are hungry so these are issues that we really need to address and with each other and the time is now so we can I think yeah so we can take comments from the first questions and I'm sure butI aside the government now work on our civil society the private sector at large aside skills now I mean how can we make it the force because whatever like you are not very good and before we ever did like speak in my German expiate well I mean that's an official welcome we will constantly keep it in the peace the Nigerian space there is a lot of is a huge vacuum with respect to civil society organizations for mental illness assume that because of that we have lots of interviews to in which I you are doing beauty immense right but very very few by in the field of mental what our situation is gradually changing and more non-governmental organization simple celebration Sacramento and I can I show you that between now and the end of a year there is going to be sustained pressure and you know public awareness campaigns sloppy keep it on the front burner I do I am – isn't over and I'm from Pakistan I'm one of the two Child and Adolescent Psychiatry fellows from the country so you have a presentation today what's he about so basically I'm going to talk about initiators taken by SECAM and Han University and yeah that's what I'm going to talk about and I'm also going to talk about my mentor dr. I show Mia what do you think the government can do or even members of the private sector to make this probably meeting of the past well so this is a problem that needs solution at multiple levels it's to acknowledge it that this exists a lot of times with geopolitical situations that are happening in your country and in my country these things over get overlooked but there's this very important point that has been made today again and again that people who are actually causing this were children once so if we start taking it seriously acknowledge it me so these people are doing great job they are actually promoting and sort of like publishing policy documents just take it seriously and implement those and not just implement also from time to time just evaluate so I think this is something that government should do – what see from childhood and we must experience and we must meet this propels the world by activity of children of great University since well those same property safe proceeded papa [Applause] [Applause] with [Applause] I also mentioned so this my name is Alana Bukhari I teach in the Department of Communication and language arts also a facilitator on the program for Center for Child and Adolescent Mental Health here in University College thank you very much we have evidence from research that students are adversely affected by overexposure especially to the visual medium many of them become in virtually addicted to the mobile devices and other electronic devices it's so serious that we're getting to a point where there is a very low quality of interaction most of the interactions are virtual this is affecting the time they devote to their studies this is affecting their relationships with others this is affecting their mental well-being and it has so many other implications beyond the ordinary so far love well and never you what so here it is and [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] in the past people fought that's in a school the only thing you need is to teach the children but no cuts has passed now health activities must be an integral part of Education the children after many years of speaking by the professors to the students and other members of this conference it is very obvious that mental health is important for to tear tensions social media can be a + bi – it depends on how you look at it for fish I'll go through this my name is sigmund

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