The writer is a psychiatrist, author of Love and Revolution: Faiz Ahmed Faiz and a Trustee of the Faiz Foundation Trust. He can be reached at [email protected] and tweets @Ali_Madeeh
Every year, around 13,000 people in Pakistan die by their own hand -- often due to lack of mental health care access
Social violence is rooted in the fabric of society
What lies behind the often misunderstood connection between Saadat Hasan Manto and Faiz Ahmed Faiz
With encouragement to pursue one’s dreams women can break the shackles that family and society binds them in
Many doctors have left the country to realise their potential, but many more still need a push to convince them that they have what it takes
A good number of new graduate doctors seek residency in the United States -- seen as the ‘Holy Grail’ of all freshly minted doctors
It is up to us to use technology safely and responsibly and to remind our children to do the same. Technology does not create itself
Making decisions regarding our own health, be it mental health, is the basic right of every person. The patient’s family and society need to...
On mental patients’ right to challenge their treatment in a court of law
Who is sane and who is not? And who decides?