Tag: Dr. Util Richmond – Thomas

Focusing on your mental health in a pandemic

Focusing on your mental health in a pandemic

Delicia Haynes Delicia Haynes- April 29, 2020

−Tips to coping DPI, Guyana, Wednesday, April 29, 2020 Mental Health Director at the Ministry of Public Health, Dr. Util ... Read More

COVID-19 and your mental health

COVID-19 and your mental health

Delicia Haynes Delicia Haynes- April 3, 2020

−What you can do to keep your mental health intact during this period −Mental Health Unit Director advises DPI, Guyana, ... Read More

Self-harm initiative to further reduce suicide prevalence – Mental Health Unit Director

Self-harm initiative to further reduce suicide prevalence – Mental Health Unit Director

Staff Writer Staff Writer- June 26, 2017

DPI/GINA, GUYANA, Monday, June 26, 2017 The Director of the Mental Health Unit Dr. Util Richmond-Thomas recently explained to DPI/GINA, ... Read More

Region Three doctors better equipped to address mental health issues through mhGAP-IG programme

Region Three doctors better equipped to address mental health issues through mhGAP-IG programme

Staff Writer Staff Writer- June 23, 2017

DPI/GINA, GUYANA, Friday, June 23, 2017 Nineteen doctors from Region Three are now able to effectively attend to, and provide ... Read More

Speech on World Health Day – April 7, 2017 By Dr Util Richmond-Thomas, Director, Mental Health Unit, MOPH

Speech on World Health Day – April 7, 2017 By Dr Util Richmond-Thomas, Director, Mental Health Unit, MOPH

Staff Writer Staff Writer- April 7, 2017

Today April 7th 2017 is World Health Day. It is also the anniversary of the founding of the World Health ... Read More

Mental health to be addressed at community level

Staff Writer Staff Writer- April 6, 2017

GINA, GUYANA, Thursday, April 06, 2017 The Ministry of Public Health through the Mental Health Unit is working towards having ... Read More

COVID-19 Alert!

Coronavirus disease spreads primarily through contact with an infected person when they cough or sneeze. It also spreads when a person touches a surface or object that has the virus on it, then touches their eyes, nose, or mouth. We urge citizens to practice good hygiene and social or physical distancing also adhere to the guidelines provided by the Ministry of Health, Guyana.