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International Psychiatry

International Psychiatry journal

 

Frequency: Quarterly

Circulation: 15,300 (including all RCPsych members)

Editor: David Skuse, Professor of Behavioural Sciences, University of London Institute of
Child Health, London. Full Editorial Board

ISSN: 1749-3676

Audience: All mental health professionals, service providers and health service managers around the world.

 

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International Psychiatry is produced by the College to provide useful information and links in global mental health. It provides an overview of current policy and practice in psychiatry in different countries and will help all mental health professionals to learn about and keep abreast of what is happening elsewhere. Original and scientific articles deal with the policy and promotion of mental health, the administration and management of mental health services, and worldwide training in psychiatry.

“With this improved communication comes an awareness of the commonality of many mental health issues and the recognition that there is much to learn from others working in very diverse environments. …Increasingly we need to have a better understanding of other cultures and the relationship between culture, mental health and psychiatric disorder.”
- Professor Hamid Ghodse, Former Director of the College's Board of International Affairs

  • The mission of International Psychiatry is to be a platform for authors from low- and middle-income countries.
  • All research papers are peer-reviewed.
  • Both the African Journal of Psychiatry and the Arab Journal of Psychiatry are affiliated to the College's International Psychiatry.

Regular features in International Psychiatry include:

  • Editorials
  • Thematic Papers - each issue contains several papers focusing on a topical theme, such as telepsychiatry or international recruitment, which is then discussed
  • Country Profiles - provide summary information on mental health policy, services, training and research in a specific country
  • Research Papers
  • Special Papers
  • Mental Health Law Profiles
  • News and Notes
  • Correspondence 
  • Forthcoming International Events Listings

Online International Psychiatry:
There is no interactive 'online version' of International Psychiatry, however, copies of all issues of the printed journal are available to download as PDF files (free-of-charge for anyone to view):  Archive of International Psychiatry  issues to download

Open Access: online access to International Psychiatry is unrestricted; use of its content is governed by an Open Access Licence Agreement.

 

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Open Access: online access to International Psychiatry is unrestricted; use of its content is governed by an Open Access Licence Agreement.

International Perspectives on Mental HealthYou may also be interested in the book International Perspectives on Mental Health, which collects together all the Country Profiles from International Psychiatry journal (up to the end of 2010).


See also:
World Psychiatry (WPA journal)