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Stress Management Workshop'11


Friday 15th April, 2011 Timings 08:00 am to 12:00 pm Venue: Academic Dept of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences KEMU/Mayo Hospital Facilitators: Dr.Imran Ijaz Haider , Associate Professor of Psychiatry , Fatima Memorial Hospital Dr.Nazish Imran , Associate Professor of Child and Psychiatry ,KEMU Dr.Ali Hashmi , Associate Professor of Psychiatry , KEMU Objectives: Stress management Tips Workshop is all about helping you develop an effective stress management strategy .Explore the cause of stress and its symptoms .Find out how stress effects us and what we can do to reduce stress for ourselves and our families. Learn how to use stress management tips in your personal life and work life and stress relieving exercises can help improve your stress management skills and help you cope with stress. Issues under discussion: Test Anxiety Time Management Class Presentations Performance Anxiety Lack of Motivation Lack of Study Skills Performance in the Class Difficulty in Studies Underachievement Peer group Difficulties Adjustment Issues Temperamental Issues Relationship Problems Homesickness Feelings of Sadness Limited Social Skills Problems with Concentration Work Stress Life Transitions Career and Developmental Needs Programme: 0800 am to 0900 am Registration 0900 am to 0905 am Welcome address by Prof.Dr.Bhatti 0905 am to 0910 am Address by Dr.Khalida Tareen 0910 am to 1130 am Seminar and workshop 1130 am to 1135 am Concluding remarks by Prof Tareen 1135 am to 12 noon Tea Break Registration for SPWS members only on first come first serve basis. Limited seats available. So hurry up! You can get yourself registered by sending us an email with your name, roll number, class and phone number at spws@kemu.edu.pk

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