Dr. Arabinda Brahma Psychiatrist in Kolkata

Dr. Arabinda Brahma
Psychiatrist, Kolkata

MBBS, DNB (Psychiatry), MNAMS, PhD (Psychiatry), DPC, PGCC (Psychosexual Medicine)

  • 1 Hospital

Specialities

  • Psychiatry

Expertise

  • General Psychiatry
  • De-Addiction
  • Psycho-Sexual Disorders

Education

Practice Information

Suraksha Polyclinic, Kolkata

Suraksha Polyclinic, Kolkata

JC 21, Sector 3, Salt Lake, Kolkata, West Bengal - 700098

Patient Experience

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Achievements & Contributions

  • Research on Deliberate Self-Harm Research and Prevention at Sundarban Region, India - World Bank funded (State Health System Development Project II) project executed under the supervision of Prof. A N Chowdhury.
  • Research on Psychiatric Morbidity Survey in West Bengal, India - World Bank funded (State Health System Development Project II) project executed under the supervision of Prof. A N Chowdhury.
  • Chowdhury A N, Brahma A & Sanyal D. (2003). The validation of the Bengali version of the Self-Rating Questionnaire (SRQ). Indian Journal of Clinical Psychology.
  • Chowdhury A N; Brahma A & Banerjee S. (2004). How to Operationalise Community Mental Health Service at the Primary Care? : Experience of IRMC Model from Sundarban, India. International Medical Journal.
  • Chowdhury A N & Brahma A. (2004). A case of Dhat Syndrome with Borderline Personality Disorder. Indian Journal of Psychiatry.
  • Chowdhury A N & Brahma A. (2004). Chronic Koro. Eastern Journal of Psychiatry. 
  • Brahma A & Chowdhury A N. (2005). Health Care Provider (HCP) and community Mental Health Service: An IRMC Model. Bengal Journal of Psychiatry. 
  • Chowdhury A N; Brahma A; Banerjee S; Biswas M K. (2005). Psychiatric Morbidity at Primary Care: Study from a Community Mental Health Clinic at Sundarban, India. International Medical Journal.
  • Chowdhury A N & Brahma A. (2005). An epidemic of mass hysteria in a village in West Bengal. Indian Journal of Psychiatry.
  • Chowdhury A N; Brahma A; Banerjee S; Biswas M K. (2006). Community Mental Health Service by IRMC Model Involving MultiPurpose Health Workers in Sundarban, India. International Medical Journal.
  • Chowdhury A N; Banerjee S; Brahma A & Weiss M G. (2007). Pesticide practices and suicide among farmers of the Sundarban region in India. Food & Nutrition Bulletin, The United Nations University.