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China is facing rapid population aging and the country has the world’s largest aging population. The rapid demographic shift in aging population is associated with many social and health problems, in particular mental health issues. In its most recent special issue – Geriatric Psychiatry and Neurology in China – the Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neurology is bringing this topic to the forefront and addressing its challenges.
The Opening Minds Initiative of the Mental Health Commission of Canada has taken a novel approach to reducing the stigma of mental illness by targeting specific sectors. The latest Canadian Journal of Psychiatry supplement highlights program reviews, development tools, steps taken, and lessons learned.
So that indigenous health research opportunities and findings are available to indigenous communities and psychiatrists alike, a major power shift is needed. Only in this way will we as psychiatrists better understand and have increased exposure to the research that can influence our practice to effectively play our part in addressing indigenous mental health needs.
A brand new special issue from The International Journal of Psychiatry Medicine focussed around the 39th Annual Forum for Behavioral Science in Family Medicine, guest edited by, John Freedy, Scott Fields and Emilee Delbridge.
Specialized psychotherapies for adults with borderline personality disorder: A systematic review and meta-analysis by Matthijs Oud, Arnoud Arntz, Marleen LM Hermens, Rogier Verhoef, Tim Kendall
3,4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine-assisted psychotherapy for treatment of chronic posttraumatic stress disorder: A randomized phase 2 controlled trial by Jim Grigsby, Bruce Poulter, Joseph W Van Derveer, III, Sara Gael Giron, Lisa Jerome, Allison A Feduia Scott Hamilton, Berra Yazar-Klosinski, Amy Emerson, Michael C Mithoefer, Rick Doblin
Understanding MRI in clinical psychiatry: perspectives from neuroimaging psychiatry registrars by Pierre Wibawa, Thomas Rego, Dennis Velakoulis, Frank Gaillard
Stigma of Seeking Psychological Services: Examining College Students Across Ten Countries/Regions by David L. Vogel, Haley A. Strass, Patrick J. Heath, Fatima R. Al-Darmaki, Patrick I. Armstrong, Makilim N. Baptista, Rachel E. Brenner, Marta Gonçalves, Daniel G. Lannin, Hsin-Ya Liao, Corey S. Mackenzie, Winnie W. S. Mak, Mark Rubin, Nursel Topkaya, Nathaniel G. Wade, Ying-Fen Wang, Alina Zlati
The Association Between the Number of Neuropsychological Measures and the Base Rate of Low Scores by Javier Oltra-Cucarella, Miriam Sánchez-SanSegundo, María Rubio-Aparicio, Juan Carlos Arango-Lasprilla,
The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry includes peer-reviewed scientific articles analyzing ongoing developments in Canadian and international psychiatry. Regular features include the popular "In Review" series, written on a broad range of biopsychological topics; new perspectives articles that take evidence-based sides on controversial, complex, or emerging themes; and the latest Original Research and Systematic Review papers. Please read the submission guidelines below for more information.
Clinical EEG and Neuroscience conveys clinically relevant research and development in electroencephalography and neuroscience. Original articles on any aspect of clinical neurophysiology or related work in allied fields are invited for publication. Please read the submission guidelines for more information on the types of papers accepted and the aims and scope of the journal.
The Counseling Psychology is seeking manuscripts that are focused on the integration and application of the practice, advocacy, and science of counselling psychology, above and beyond the standard Implications for Practice section of a manuscript.
The October 2019 Australasian Psychiatry podcast starts by investigating the difference between Voluntary Assisted Dying (VAD) and Physician Assisted Dying, and explores the ramifications of new legislation allowing VAD in Victoria, beginning in June 2019
The August 2019 Australasian Psychiatry podcast discusses issues arising from the RANZCP Congress session on "Indigenous healing and psychiatry", and the need to develop new ways of thinking about and addressing Maori, Aboriginal, and Torres Strait Islander wellbeing.