Telepsychiatry Research and Innovation Network (TRIN) is providing holistic evidence based and best quality mental health services where you are our first priority. We understand the importance of your personal or workplace mental health and wellbeing that motivate us to work from mental health promotion, prevention to evidence-based intervention and rehabilitation. TRIN incorporates digital tools and methods in the form of telepsychiatry to serve maximum number of people within the short period.... TRIN has developed multiple award winning digital mental health solutions that made us the pioneer organization in the region focused on designing, developing and implementing technology based mental healthhow to put .env in gitignore solutions to remove the geographic barriers, waiting time and cost of travel. We focused on conducting impactful world class research that has been funded by world leading scientific organizations like National Institute of Health, USA.
The TRANSFORM elaborates as “Transforming Access to Care for Serious Mental Disorder in Slums” is a 4 (four) yearlong project funded by the National Institute of Health and Research (NIHR). Dr. Tanjir Rashid Soron and his team of TRIN is the principal investigator of the project. His team aims to help the slum dweller people with Serious Mental Disorder. These people have very little access to good mental health care and often seek help from the traditional healers.
Lack of mental health service has been documented as a major contributor to the global health burden and like many other developing countries, most of the rural people in Bangladesh are out of the radar of mental health care. However, Bangladesh has a stron...
The Lock down, work from home and other unprecedent events have created multilayer and multidimensional impact on our personal, social and occupational life. The mental health condition is deteriorating, the financial crisis is mounting up and staying at home is creating potential threat for domestic violence. In Bangladesh where domestic violence is already prevalent, the lockdown period and stay at home orders can cause more opportunities and scope for perpetrators. In this study, we aimed to find out the prevalence of domestic violence during this COVID-19 period and its relation with mental health.
The Covid-19 pandemic is causing significant mental health hazards among health care providers. The frontline health-care workers are treating of Corona affected implausible number of ill patients during pandemic. They are risking in danger of being affected from the constant exposure to covid-19 as well.