dr-m.d.i. amarasinghe waas

RESEARCH & PUBLICATIONS


 

Dr.  M.D.I. Amarasinghe Waas

Dr. M.D.I. Amarasinghe Waas

Senior Lecturer Grade I
Department of Psychiatry

Telephone - Office : +94 11 2758000 Ext: 4550     
E-mail : dulshikawaas@yahoo.co.uk


 

PRESENTATIONS


Oral Presentations

Stress and the onset of Diabetes Mellitus
Annual Academic Sessions Sri Lanka Psychiatric Association 2002
"Lady with resistant OCD"

Annual Academic Sessions Sri Lanka Psychiatric Association 2003
Many faces of ADHD

Sri Lanka College of Psychiatry, Annual Academic Sessions 2003
Pattern and magnitude of inpatient referrals of a liaison psychiatry unit of a Teaching Hospital
Waas MDIA, Dias DVM, Arthy P
13thAnnual Academic Sessions of Sri Lanka College of Psychiatry

Perinatal Anxiety Screening Scale (PASS) as a valid tool to detect anxiety among pregnant women
Priyadharshanie MN, Waas MDIA, Fernando DMS, Senaratna BCV, Goonewardena CSE, Balasuriya A
15thAnnual Academic Sessions of Sri Lanka College of Psychiatry

 

Poster Presentations

Case report ona patient presenting with Venalafaxine induced bruxism
Wijayabandara GDVD, Waas MDIA
14thAnnual Academic Sessions of Sri Lanka College of Psychiatrists

A collaborative study of pharmacotherapy of schizophrenia in Asia: Findings from Sri Lanka
Waas MDIA, Prematillake W, de Alwis A, Rajapakse T, Kathriarachchi ST
15thAnnual Academic Sessions of Sri Lanka College of Psychiatry

Perinatal Anxiety Screening Scale (PASS) as a valid tool to detect anxiety among pregnant women
Priyadharshanie MN, Waas MDIA, Fernando DMS, Senaratna BCV, Goonewardena CSE, Balasuriya A
131st International Medical Congress of Sri Lanka Medical Association July, 2018

 

 

PUBLICATIONS


The many disguises of ADHD
Ceylon Medical Journal 2007

Continuing Personal and Professional Development for Psychiatrists in Sri Lanka published by Asia Foundation 2016
Chapter on Personal Development

"Protocol for a cluster-randomised controlled trial evaluating the impact of a preschool-based capacity building intervention on intimate partner violence and substance misuse in Sri Lanka"
Dr Kamalini Lokuge, Polly Wallace, Kalini Subasinghe, Katherine Thurber, Tissa De Silva, Naomi Clarke, Dulshika Waas, Nisansala Liyanage, Udena Attygalle, Bradley Carron-Arthur, Kalyana Rodrigo, Emily Banks, Cate D’Este, Thilini Rajapakse
BMC Public Health 2018 18:572
Published on: 2 May 2018

 

Awaiting Publication

Prevalence of depression, anxiety, stress and post infectious fatigue and its selected correlates and assessment of household costs due to Dengue among adults in Colombo District

 

Ongoing Research

Prevalence of anxiety, and its correlates and effect on pregnancy outcomes among a cohort of women living in selected MOH areas in, Colombo District

Prevalence of depression, anxiety and stress among primigravida antenatal mothers in Badulla district, and Effectiveness of progressive muscle relaxation therapy in improving their anxiety, stress and pregnancy outcome