Nidhi Mishra

Associate Professor, Applied psychology, GSHS, VSP

Nidhi Mishrahas a PhD, from University of Allahabad. Her research interests include Gerontology, Positive Psychology, Health Psychology, Applied Social Psychology and Qualitative Psychological Research. Dr. Mishra is part of the Scientific Committee for the 5th International Conference on Gerontology & Geriatric Medicine, organised by iConferences in collaboration with the International Institution on Ageing, United Nations: Malta, 12-13 September, 2024. In addition, she is a reviewer for Psychological Studies and for the Hindawi portfolio of journals.

Research Publications
  • Datti, R. S., Mishra, N., Sirisety, M., & Tewari, A. (2024). “Efficacy of Digital Infrastructure Providing Psychological Support Among Global Adult Population During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Systematic Review.” Exploring the Psycho-Social Impact of COVID-19, pp: 223-241. (SCOPUS Indexed)
  • Mishra, N., Datti, R. S., Tewari, A., &Sirisety, M. (2023). “Exploring the positive aspects of caregiving among family caregivers of the older adults in India.” Frontiers in Public Health, 11, 1059459. (SCOPUS Indexed)
  • Nayar, U., Nayar, P., & Mishra, N. (2014). “Child Labor.” Encyclopedia of Social Work.
  • Worked as Project Team Member from India in the “Positive Aspects of Caregiving Team” project, funded and support by International Longevity Centre (ILC)-Global Alliance, the International Academic Partnerships program (NAWA) in Poland and the University of Ottawa LIFE Research Institute.
  • Worked as Research Officer in the project “TISS-UNFPA-ISEC-IEG Consultancy Meetings for Advocacy Strategy on Ageing in India”. This project was a collaborative project of Tata Institute of Social Sciences (Mumbai), United Nations Population Fund (Delhi), Institute for Social and Economic Change (Bengaluru), Institute of Economic Growth (Delhi) and was funded by United Nations Population Fund (India).
Nidhi Mishra