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Institute of Psychiatry RMU

Institute of Psychiatry is one of the largest mental health institutes in the country offering service delivery, post graduate and undergraduate training countrywide. This is the historical institution with a very bright history spanning over almost forty years and staying WHO Collaborating Center since 1980s and hence collaborating the mental health activities in the Southeast Asia. The finest mental health professionals Institute of Psychiatry has produced are serving in the National and international corridors of mental health. The teaching and training of postgraduate residents is state of the art and institute takes pride to have trained maximum number of Psychiatrists in the country. We are involved with multiple research projects in the country and abroad with a large number of publications with international universities.

Dr Muhammad Munir Ahmed

HOD Institute of Psychiatry

Institute of Psychiatry

Vision To improve the mental health and well being of all patients.
Mission Statement To provide mental health-care through efficient modes of service-delivery, high-quality training and empirical research guided strategies


Institute of Psychiatry

Aims & Objectives


Our Experts

Meet the Team

Dr. Sadia Yasir

Assistant Professor

Dr. Muhamamd Kashif

Assistant Professor

Dr. Muhammad Azeem Rao

Senior Registrar

Dr. Mahmood Ali Khan

Assistant Professor

Dr. Zarnain Umar

Senior Registrar

Dr. Qurrat UlaIn

Assistant Professor

Dr. Zaidan Idrees

Senior Registrar

Zona Tahir

Senior Registrar

World Mental Health Day & Launch of President Mental Health Programme on 10th October, 2019

Training of Staff at COVID Hospital (RIUT)

17th May 2020 Attended by Doctors and Paramedical staff involved in managing severely affected COVID patients


Series of Workshops Allied Hospitals During COVID -19 June, 2020

Systemic and critical analysis of quality of clinical care, this includes
procedures used for diagnosis and treatment, the associated use of
resources and the effect of care on the outcome and quality of life for
the patient.


World Mental Health Day on 10th October, 2020


Health Care Quality Management on October, 2021 by Dr Azeem Rao


World Mental Health Day, 10th October, 2021


Stress Management Workshop HFH in August, 2022 by Dr Azeem Rao






Dr.Kainat Altaf

Low dose Vs high dose Oxytocin for initiating uterine contraction during cesarean section


Dr. Arshad Iqbal

Comparison of the Frequency of Post-Dural Puncture Headache with Para- Median Approach versus Median Approach in Patients Undergoing Cesarean Section


Dr. Huma Bashir

Analgesic effects of US guided Quadratus Lumborum block during lower abdominal surgeries as compared to IV analgesia


Dr. Nazish Kazam

Comparison of postoperative recovery time of propofol & sevoflurane in patient having laparoscopic cholecystectomy


Dr. Rabia Sarwar

Effect of intrathecal bupivacaine alone and bupivacaine combined with dexmedetomidine in cesarean section using spinal anesthesia; a comparative study.


Dr. Muhammad Yousaf Dar

Comparison of Upper Lip Bite Test and Modified Mallampati Score for better bedside difficult Laryngoscopy predictability in Elective Surgeries.


Dr. Raheel Ahmed Baig

Comparison of Hemodynamic effects of Unilateral Vs Bilateral Spinal Anesthesia in lower limb surgeries


Dr. Noman Aslam

Comparison of effects of adding dexmdotimidine Vs midazolam to intrathecal bupivacaine on post operative analgesia