ABOUT THE ORGANISATION
The history of this institute goes back to 1795 A.D. when the Asylum was established in Munghyr. After, it was moved to Patna in November 1821 at Patna Collegiate School. Finally, the Lunatic Asylum was shifted to the location it is now, at Kanke, Ranchi in April 1925. Terminology of the Asylum was then altered to Indian Mental Hospital (IMH). Captain J.E. Dhanjibhay was the first Superintendent of IMH. The male wing was set up on 4th September 1925 with 110 patients. The female wing was set up with 53 patients on 19th September 1925
After Independence this hospital came under the supervision of the State Govt. of Bihar. On 30th August 1958 the name of IMH was altered to Ranchi Mansik Arogyashala (RMA). There after due…show more content… They are observations of behaviour from the clients that are used in order to determine a diagnosis and treatment plan. Typically notes are taken during the interaction with the clients or in some cases immediately after. Clinical observations are the basis of therapy and treatment and are the means at which a professional can learn about their client.
During four weeks of internship, there were certain things that were observed. It was seen that the functioning of the hospital was very slow, inflexible and rigid.
The female wards were very untidy, messy and smelly. All the patients were in a very untidy condition. Some patients who had the tendency to wander around naked, were also left to be that way and given no individual attention. Only when the psychiatrists and senior faculty was on round, the patients were looked after properly.
There was no appropriate activity that the patients were made to participate in. All that the patients use to do all day was sleep and eat.
Most patients were from rural background and were uneducated. They were either brought there by the police or their family only to be left alone there never to be contacted…show more content… Reserved, Detected and critically cool. Factor B- score 2. Low intelligence and concrete thinking. Factor C- Score 3. Emotionally less stable, easily gets upset and easily gets affected by feelings. Factor E- Score 5. Neither too submissive nor too dominant. Factor F- Score 4. Sober, serious, prudent and taciturn. Factor G- score 3. Weak superego strength. Factor H- Score 5. Neither too shy and restrained nor too venturesome, socially bold and spontaneous. Factor I- Score 1. Tough minded, self reliant. Factor L- Score 3. Trust worthy, adaptable, free of jealousy. Factor M - Score 8. Imaginative, wrapped up in has inner urgencies & careless of practical matters. Factor N- Score 6 score. Neither too natural, artless, sentimental nor to shrewd. Factor O- Score 6. Not too placid, self assured depressive and apprehensive. Factor Q- Score 6. Neither conservative nor free thinking, liberal, experimenting.Factor Q2- Score 5. Neither group dependant nor self suffering. Factor Q3- Score 5. Neither too indisciplined nor too controlled. Factor Q4- Score 6. Neither relaxed nor tense.
Abusive and aggressive behaviour
Poor personal hygiene
Laughing to self.
On the basis of chief complaints, MSE, behavioural observation and test findings it could be suggested that patient is a case of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and