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Psychiatria Danubina

Title Abbreviation
Psychiatr Danub
Electronic ISSN
Advanced Practice Nurses, Allied Health Professionals, Biomedical Researchers, Clinical Pharmacologists, Clinicians, Health Scientists, Health service researchers, Internists, Mental Health Administrators, Mental Health Evaluators, Mental Health Policymakers, Outcomes Manager, Physicians - Medicine, Psychiatric Nurses, Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Psychotherapists, Social Scientists
The aim of Psychiatria Danubina is to publish original scientific contributions in psychiatry, psychological medicine and related sciences: neurosciences, biological, psychological, and social sciences as well as philosophy of science and medical ethics, history, organization and economics of mental health services. Its scope includes mental health in general and all psychological aspects of any branch of medicine, surgery, or obstetrics; and any subspeciality of psychiatry and related clinical and basic sciences. The specific aim is to promote psychiatry in Danube region countries as well as to stimulate collaboration and joint projects.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Medicinska Naklada
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