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- Pesquisa | Br | COVIDPsiq
SOBRE A COVIDPSIQ A pesquisa COVIDPsiq acompanha os sintomas de estresse, ansiedade, depressão, estresse pós-traumático e consumo de álcool em brasileiros durante a pandemia de COVID-19. Aqui você encontra diversos materiais, produzidos a partir da pesquisa, voltados para o público geral e profissional. PUBLICAÇÕES Produção científica MÍDIA Vídeos e lives REPORTAGENS Conteúdo jornalístico RESILIEIGHT Reforce a resiliência PARCERIAS Rede de pesquisadores FIQUE POR DENTRO COVIDPsiq tem novas etapas 2 de junho de 2022 Refletimos muito a respeito da finalização da coleta de dados em fevereiro de 2021, logo antes do pior momento da pandemia no país. Não poderíamos deixar de coletar informações, sob risco de chegar a conclusões enviesadas. Afinal, a pandemia ainda não terminou. Portanto, decidimos continuar e expandir a pesquisa. A nova etapa iniciará em junho de 2022, e o questionário ficará aberto até 30 de julho de 2022. As novas etapas ocorrerão a cada 6 meses, com questionários abreviados. A continuação da pesquisa foi aprovada pelo Comitê Nacional de Ética em Pesquisa (CONEP). 0f215e4e-69f1-4f2c-bfb8-fe5d04215945 Site de cara nova! 29 de maio de 2022 Trabalhamos muito na pesquisa, nos últimos meses. Temos várias novidades! Por isso, reformulamos o nosso site, para que você encontre todas as informações, facilmente. Navegue à vontade e descubra mais sobre a COVIDPsiq! 067a946f-b597-4f99-9541-ecf416035d23 FEED DO INSTAGRAM Inscreva-se em nossa lista de emails e receba atualizações. Email Inscrever Obrigado por se inscrever!
- Pesquisa | COVIDPsiq
Register here! The COVID-19 pandemic brought with it the experience of stress and trauma. This is due to situations that are directly related, such as social isolation, illness and bereavement, and also indirectly, such as economic losses and interpersonal violence. Stress and trauma, in this context, reach epidemic proportions and differ from the usual pre-pandemic, as they are collective and continuous. Based on the knowledge developed by the COVIDPsiq research, which has been studying the mental health of Brazilians, as well as that of parallel works, this course is being proposed to update health professionals on the subject. The course intends to explore the topic from assessment to treatment, including the various disorders arising from the hospital and emergency perspective. ABOUT email inscrição Research project: Monitoring the evolution of post-traumatic symptoms, depression and anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic in Brazilians We are going through a completely atypical period in our lives, due to the spread of the coronavirus and the strategies to face it. Isolation, contagion, financial problems, stigma and boredom are things that generate stress during the pandemic, for example, and can precipitate mental disorders. As a result, we want to know how people are coping with the pandemic, what factors are related to emotional, cognitive and behavioral symptoms, and how the symptoms evolve over time. The scientific evidence produced by this research will serve as a reference for government and private intervention actions. know more Responsible Researcher Victor Crestani Calegaro, MD, PhD Graduated in Medicine from the Federal University of Santa Maria (2007). Medical Residency in Psychiatry at the University Hospital of Santa Maria / Federal University of Santa Maria (2013). Master in Health Sciences from the Federal University of Santa Maria (2013). PhD in Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (2019), with the thesis "The fire of the Kiss nightclub: investigation of the relationship between personality, psychopathology and resilience" . He is an adjunct professor in the Department of Neuropsychiatry at the Federal University of Santa Maria. Coordinates the Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic of the Integrated Center for Attention to Victims of Accidents (CIAVA), at the University Hospital of Santa Maria. He is supervisor of the Medical Residency Program in Psychotherapy (R4) and preceptor of the Medical Residency in Psychiatry, at the Federal University of Santa Maria. He works as a psychiatrist at the Educational Actions Coordination (CAEd / UFSM) providing assistance to the institution's students, and in a private practice at Clínica Mensana, in Santa Maria - RS. Curriculum lattes: http://lattes.cnpq.br/7984754404665250 Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about the survey: Search Meet our team: Research Team Contact us: Contact Follow the guidelines so that you face this phase in the healthiest way possible: guidelines Stay in! Follow the reports related to the project: COVIDPsiq in the Media Weekly lectures on mental health in the pandemic: lives
- Result | COVIDPsiq
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- RESILIEIGHT | COVIDPsiq
ABOUT The coordinator of the COVIDPsiq project, Prof. Dr. Vitor Calegaro, makes 8 recommendations for maintaining mental health and well-being in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. The video is part of the RESILIEIGHT initiative, which consists of a program to reinforce resilience in order to promote mental health and prevent mental disorders resulting from stress and trauma situations. The video is intended for the general population in order to contribute to the maintenance of mental / emotional balance, and is not limited to the current context. The recommendations are based on several studies on disaster resilience, including the experience from the Kiss nightclub fire, and it comes from the author's doctoral thesis. RECOMMENDATIONS Keep a healthy body Physical exercise and the maintenance of healthy eating habits are directly associated with mental health. Respect your rhythms Respecting biological (food, sleep, menstrual and sexual cycle) and social rhythms (cycles of activity and rest, work and leisure, weekends and holidays) is essential for maintaining mental health. Focus on positive thoughts and emotions Resilient people tend to see the positive side of things; emotions color experiences, while thoughts give meaning to them. Have a purpose in life To have purpose, you must have life experience: experiment, invent, try, have clear and realistic dreams and goals. Cultivate healthy relationships Be tolerant, empathetic, avoid judgment and seek compassion; get rid of toxic relationships and seek to build a support network. Invest in internal resources Have a clean, active, attentive and prepared mind; feed your brain, develop skills and avoid information overload, reducing the use of cell phones and social networks. Accept and thank Live one day after another. Accept your defects, but know your qualities; accept what cannot be changed and change what is possible. Believe it Beliefs help to give meaning to life, because not everything is understood by reason.
- Atendimento | COVIDPsiq
COVIDPSIQ GUIDELINES Mental health care In view of the calamity situation in which we find ourselves, several entities in Rio Grande do Sul that work in mental health are offering mental health care to health professionals and the general population. Click here to access it The TelePSI Project is an initiative of the Ministry of Health in partnership with the Hospital de Clínicas de Porto Alegre. Offers psychological and psychiatric teleconsultation to manage stress, anxiety, depression and irritability. Health professionals, health students who are doing any professional practice, teachers of all levels of education and professionals in essential services can use this service. We are a family owned and operated business. At first, the attendant will explain the project and assess the mental health. According to the result, he will refer the interested party to a therapist, who will perform the best approach to the case. This will contact the patient and schedule the first teleconsultation. Click here to access it If you are experiencing symptoms of depression, anxiety, or post-traumatic stress disorder, such as those listed below, seek help. Symptoms of depression : may include sadness, self-depreciation, guilt, lack of energy, changes in sleep, appetite or libido. Anxiety symptoms : may include restlessness or irritability, lack of concentration, accelerated thinking or unwanted thoughts, shortness of breath or rapid breathing, insomnia, excessive worry, dry mouth, fear, nausea, palpitations, feeling of impending or trembling tragedy. Symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder : may include nightmares or flashbacks, flight from situations that recall the trauma, overreactions to stimuli, anxiety and depressed mood. The Unified Health System provides care for psychiatric illnesses, in Basic Health Units and Health Posts. However, it is important that you avoid exposing yourself to the virus. Therefore, check beforehand if there are medical services via internet or phone available in your region. The TeleSUS link is an excellent option, available throughout Brazil. If possible, prioritize social distance . The Psychosocial Care Centers (CAPS) have an open door policy, offering free and universal care, for those looking for psychological help and also for those who want help getting out of alcohol or other drugs. They are centers linked to the Unified Health System. They are present in most cities with more than 20 thousand inhabitants. Ideas of death, suicide, self-harm, suicide attempts are considered suicidal behaviors. If you are experiencing this, get help! Dial 188 - The Life Valuation Center (CVV) provides emotional support and suicide prevention, providing free and voluntary assistance to all people who want and need to talk, in complete secrecy by phone, email and chat 24 hours a day. You can also use the SAMU (dial 192) , as well as emergency rooms at local hospitals, health posts and emergency care units. YOU ARE NOT ALONE, SEEK HELP!
- Quem somos | COVIDPsiq
WHO WE ARE We are a research group in Psychiatry at the Federal University of Santa Maria (UFSM), Rio Grande do Sul, coordinated by Prof. Dr. Victor Calegaro. We develop research on the relationship between psychic trauma and mental disorders, resilience and personality. Alessandra Bertolazi UFSM Bruna Fragoso Rodrigues UFSM Cassiana Cherobini Bortolin UFSM Eduardo Nascimento de Andrade Gabriela de Moraes Costa UFSM Jaroslav Duchnicky Junior USP e UFSM Luis Francisco Lima UFRGS Marcelo Feijó de Mello USP e FICSAE Paôla Luedke Lange UFSM Vitor Crestani Calegaro UFSM Aline Cardoso Siqueira UFSM Caio Brasilio de Jesus Domingues UFSM Clandio Marques UFN Estefânia Corrêa Borela UFSM Giovanna Fais de Azevedo UFSM Julia Kochler UFSM Luis Francisco Lima Mariana Apolinario Fernandes UFSM Sigriny Bertão UFSM Vitor Daniel Picinin UFSM Andrea Feijó de Mello UNIFESP e FICSAE Camila Fath Batistella UFSM Clarissa Tochetto de Oliveira UFSM Fabiane Schott UFSM Gustavo Zoratto UFSM Lucia Helena Machado Freitas UFRGS Luiza Elizabete Braun UFSM Mariana Manica Tamiozzo UFSM Simone Hauck UFRGS Artur Flores Missau UFSM Carolina Meira Moser UFRGS Cleonice Zatti UFRGS Felipe Barreto Schuch UFSM Henrique Bertolla Sevilha Vieira email@example.com Luciane Maria Both UFRGS Luiza Fantinel Cirolini UFSM Maurício Scopel Hoffmann UFSM e UFRGS Simone Hauck UFRGS Bianca Lorenzi Negretto UFSM Carolina Sardo Mendes UFSM César Augusto Neumann Ribeiro UFSM Fernanda Coloniese Dala Costa UFSM Isabella Poletto Medeiros UFSM Luciane Maria Both Luísa Maciel UFSM Natália Kerber UFSM Taís Cristina Favaretto UFRGS PARTNER INSTITUTIONS SUPPORT
- Álcool e drogas | COVIDPsiq
COVIDPSIQ GUIDELINES HELP WITH ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS If you are having problems with alcohol and other drugs, there are several ways to get free help: Alcoholics Anonymous - A group made up of men and women who share their experiences, strengths and hopes with each other in order to solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. In view of the isolation measures, meetings are being held online, at no cost to participants. Narcotics Anonymous - Narcotics Anonymous is a brotherhood of men and women for whom drugs have become a major problem. They are recovering addicts with the goal of meeting regularly to help each other stay clean. Find a meeting on the website. CAPS AD - is a health unit that provides care to people with disorders resulting from the use of psychoactive substances and also to their families, linked to the Unified Health System. It serves cities and/or regions with at least 70,000 inhabitants.
- CONTATO | COVIDPsiq
- AJUDA | COVIDPsiq
The pandemic and social isolation bring great challenges and new concerns. Therefore, it is common to have negative feelings and emotions, such as fear, sadness, anger and loneliness, as well as anxiety and stress. Keeping that in mind, your mental health should be a priority. Here are some guidelines for you to face this phase in the healthiest way possible. I NEED MENTAL HEALTH CARE MENTAL HEALTH BOOKLETS HELP WITH ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS ON ABUSE AND VIOLENCE IN QUARANTINE For up-to-date information about the pandemic, we recommend the website Corona Virus - Ministry of Health. In it you can find information about symptoms and transmission of the disease, how to prevent contagion and the latest news on the subject.
- Abuso e violências | COVIDPsiq
COVIDPSIQ GUIDELINES About abuse and violence in quarantine in Brazil MENU If you are experiencing situations of abuse or violence during the pandemic, remember that there are several help channels: Dial 100 - The service can be considered as an “emergency room” for human rights, since it also addresses serious situations of violations that have just occurred or are still in progress, by calling in the competent bodies, allowing the flagrante delicto. Dial 100 receives, analyzes and forwards reports of human rights violations related to the following groups and / or themes: Children and adolescents Old people Disabled people People in restriction of freedom LGBT population Homeless population Ethical or racial discrimination Trafficking in persons Slavery Land and agrarian conflicts Housing and urban conflicts Violence against gypsies, quilombolas, indigenous people and other traditional communities Police violence (including from public security forces within the scope of federal intervention in the state of Rio de Janeiro) Violence against communicators and journalists Violence against migrants and refugees Dial 100 works daily, 24 hours a day, including Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. Military Police (Dial 190) - It is the telephone number of the Military Police that should be called in cases of immediate need or quick help. In that case, a police vehicle will come to the scene. Calls can be made from all over Brazil through toll-free dialing, from any fixed or mobile (mobile) telephone terminal. Call 180 - created by the Secretariat of Policies for Women (SPM). Ligue 180 aims to receive reports of violence, complaints about the services of the women's service network and to guide women about their rights and current legislation, referring them to other services when necessary. Reporting is anonymous and free, available 24 hours a day, nationwide. Cases received by the central are referred to the Public Prosecutor's Office. D isque Covid-UFSM - Welcomes Women Considering the isolation and the impossibility for women to leave home to ask for help in cases of violence, the Disque Covid-UFSM - Acolhidas Mulheres project was created. The service will be carried out remotely, through telephone lines provided by UFSM. Volunteer professionals in the areas of mental health, social work, law and psychology, as well as professionals from the University's Multiprofessional Health Residence will be responsible for listening. We are a family owned and operated business. The service, which has an emergency character, will operate during the isolation period, initially, until June. The opening hours will be from 8 am to noon and from 6 pm to 10 pm, as the demand for occurrences of violence against women is greater at night. We are a family owned and operated business. The available phones are (55) 3220-2020 and (55) 99974-1090. MENU
- Quem somos | COVIDPsiq
WHO WE ARE We are a research group in Psychiatry at the Federal University of Santa Maria (UFSM), Rio Grande do Sul, coordinated by Prof. Dr. Vitor Calegaro. We have developed research on the relationship between psychic trauma and mental disorders, resilience and personality. Contact us Research team OUR STORY The line of research began after the Boate Kiss fire, in which 242 people died and more than 600 were injured. At the Santa Maria University Hospital (HUSM), the Integrated Center for Attention to Victims of Accidents (CIAVA) was created to assist people exposed to the fire, and today serves survivors of other traumas. Since then we have been working on this theme, integrating clinical and research. Among the topics under study, post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, anxiety disorders, personality traits, resilience and quality of life are included. CIAVA/HUSM RESPONSIBLE RESEARCHER Vitor Crestani Calegaro, MD, PhD Graduated in MEDICINE from the Federal University of Santa Maria (2007). Medical Residency in Psychiatry at the University Hospital of Santa Maria / Federal University of Santa Maria (2013). Master in Health Sciences from the Federal University of Santa Maria (2013). PhD in Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (2019), with the thesis "The fire of the Kiss nightclub: investigation of the relationship between personality, psychopathology and resilience" . He is an adjunct professor in the Department of Neuropsychiatry at the Federal University of Santa Maria. He coordinates the Psychiatry Clinic of the Integrated Center for Attention to Victims of Accidents (CIAVA), at the University Hospital of Santa Maria. He is supervisor of the Medical Residency Program in Psychotherapy (R4) and preceptor of the Medical Residency in Psychiatry, at the Federal University of Santa Maria. He works as a psychiatrist at the Educational Actions Coordination (CAEd / UFSM) providing assistance to the institution's students, and in a private practice at Clínica Mensana, in Santa Maria - RS. Curriculum lattes: http://lattes.cnpq.br/7984754404665250 Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org research team PROPOSING INSTITUTION Department of Neuropsychiatry - CCS Educational Actions Coordination COLLABORATION Want to collaborate with the research? Contact