Dr.Chitra Singh is a psychiatrist whose passion is her occupation. Although, she has a keen interest in and practices all specialities of psychiatry. She is specially trained in women mental health issues, young age psychiatric disorder (neurotic and psychotic), deaddiction and use of r-TMS in different psychiatric disorder.
Dr.Chitra stress on diagnosis because it will explain all aspects of illness like nature, needs of treatment, investigations, management plan (pharmacological and non-pharmacological) duration of treatment, need of rehabilitation, cause and prognosis.
Apart from using medicines, her strength lies in practicing non pharmacological (Psychotherapy, Cognitive Therapy, Behaviour Therapy, etc). She engages in public awareness activities and has an approach of problem solving. While treating a patient, her principal is to maintain on minimum possible medication and maximum functional improvement in personal, social and occupational life.
The goal of these activities is to spread awareness about mental health issues and reduce associated social stigma. Psychiatric disorder is just like the medical disease. Psychiatry, as seen by her is less about stigma and more about leading a happy and successful life.
- Dr. Chitra Singh
- M.D. (Psychiatry)
- S.M.S. Medical College & Hospital and
Psychiatric Centre, Jaipur
- S.M.S Jaipur 2009
- S.M.S Jaipur 2013
Senior Resident -
-Mahatma Gandhi Medical College, Jaipur 2013-2014
-S.M.S. Medical College, Jaipur 2014-2015
- Indian Psychiatric Society
- Indian Psychiatric Society- North Zone
- Indian Psychiatric Society- Rajasthan Branch
- Indian Association of Biological Psychiatry
AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS:
1. Dr. A. K. KALA AWARD THE YEAR 2017, INDIAN PSYCHIATRIC SOCIETY- NORTH ZONE
2. DR. GC BORAL AWARD FOR THE YEAR 2018, INDIAN PSYCHIATRIC SOCIETY- NORTH ZONE
3. Work of Excellence award of the year 2018, SMS Hospital & Medical College, Jaipur.
National & International Publication:
- 1. A study of premenstrual dysphoric disorder prevalence, phenomenology and personality factors in college going students.
Indian journal of health and wellbeing (index journal as MCI norm), October 2016, first author
2. A review of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (r-TMS) use in psychiatry: Recent trends
The Rajasthan medical journal (index journal as MCI norm), 2016 issue, first Author
3. A study of psychiatric profile of premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD)college going students
Indian journal of health and wellbeing (index journal as MCI norm), November 2017, first author
4. A Descriptive analysis of patients admitted in short stay ward at psychiatric center, Jaipur
International journal of Research in medical science (index journal as MCI norm), April 2017, second author
5. To study the burden and attitude of caregiver of schizophrenic patients
Paripex- Indian journal of research (index journal as MCI norm), December 2017, second author
6. Neutrophil / lymphocyte ratio in patients with depression and its correlation with the severity of depression
Paripex- Indian journal of research (index journal as MCI norm), December 2017, corresponding author
7. Serum levels of neuroprotective steroids in first episode antipsychotic naïve schizophrenia patients and its correlation with aggression : a case control study
East Asian archive of psychiatry ( Pubmed central Index), March 2017, fourth author
8. A comparative study of caregiver burden and adherence to treatment in patients of very late onset schizophrenia like psychosis (VLOSLP) and dementia. Indian journal of applied research (index journal as MCI norm), accepted for march 2020 issue, second or corresponding author
9. A Study of severity of depressive disorder with iron deficiency anemia with effect of treatment in female of reproductive age group. International Journal of Scientific Research. April 2020.Himanshu Sharma, Chitra Singh, R.K.Solanki
10. A Study of Cardiovascular Risk among Depressed Obese Patients Chitra Singh, Mohd. Wasim, R.K.Solanki JMentalHealthHumBehav_2020_25_1_5_
11. Case report : Alprazolam Withdrawal Delirium with Psychosis July 2020,global journal of research analysis Himanshu Sharma, Chitra Singh, R.K.Solanki
12. The psychological impacts of covid-19 pandemic across the community: rajasthan, india international journal of scientific research Volume - 9 | Issue - 10 | October – 2020.Himanshu Sharma, Chitra Singh, R.K.Solanki, Dr Ravi Prakash Sharma
13. Psychiatric morbidity and substance use in migrant workers: A population based study January 2021
International Journal of Social Psychiatry ,B.S. Chavan1, Ajeet Sidana1 , Priti Arun1, Ravi Rohilla2, Gurvinder Pal Singh1, R.K. Solanki, Jitender Aneja4,
Mankirat Kaur Murara, Madhur Verma, Saikat Chakraborty, Chitra Singh3 , Himanshu Sharrma, Raviprakash Sharma, Sanjay Bahri (Retd)8 and Dushant