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European Psychiatry


Title Abbreviation
Eur Psychiatry
ISSN
0924-9338
Electronic ISSN
1778-3585
Readership
Clinicians, Counselors, Demographers, General Practitioners, Mental Health Evaluators, Mental Health Policymakers, Neurologists, Neuroscientists, Pharmacologists, Policy Makers, Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Public Health Professionals, Social Scientists
Scope
European Psychiatry is the official journal of the European Psychiatric Association. It is a peer-reviewed, Open Access journal that aims to provide state-of-the art research and policy updates and to stimulate discussion and debate amongst clinicians, research scientists and patient advocates in psychiatry, mental health, behavioral science, and neuroscience. European Psychiatry is committed to publishing the latest advances in the full range of issues related to mental health including new developments in diagnosis and treatment, and advances in the biological underpinnings of mental, behavioral and cognitive function in clinical and general population samples.
Sponsoring Association(s)
European Psychiatric Association (EPA)
Publisher Name
Cambridge University Press
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