Journals European Psychiatry

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Name
European Psychiatry
Subjects
Medicine
Psychiatry
Mental Health
European Psychiatric Association
psychiatric disorders
mental health clinicians
neuroscientists
ISSN
0924-9338
Description
European Psychiatry is the official journal of the European Psychiatric Association, the largest international association of psychiatrists in Europe. The purpose of the EPA is to improve the lives of patients with psychiatric disorders and to promote professional excellence through education and research. European Psychiatry supports the mission of the EPA and publishes articles on topics relevant to all mental health clinicians, researchers and neuroscientists. Manuscripts are accepted for consideration by European Psychiatry with the understanding that they represent original material, have not been published previously, are not being considered for publication elsewhere, and have been approved by all authors. Manuscripts on clinical trials will only be considered if reporting on trials registered in a public trials registry. European Psychiatry does not accept book reviews, case reports, short communications or letters (unless part of an invited commentary).
Impact Factor (2 years)
3.941
Publisher
Elsevier
Journal Webpage
Journal type
Subscription Journal

Journals Publications
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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
1Apr-2019Correlation of euthanasia attitude of physicians with their level of religiosityMalliarou, Maria ; Vourdami, K. ; Kotrotsiou, Styliani ; Paralikas, Theodosios ; Sarafis, Pavlos 
2Apr-2019Exploration of the living experience of parents whose offspring committed suicideZavrou, Rafailia ; Koutrouba, Anna ; Papastavrou, Evridiki ; Charalambous, Andreas ; Karanikola, Maria 
3Mar-2018Screening of depression in primaryhealthcare with the Zung Self-ratingDepression Scale: Detection of theoptimal cut-off pointTsiros, Georgios ; Jelastopulu, Eleni ; Sarafis, Pavlos ; Tsirou, A. ; Malliarou, Maria ; Domeyer, Philip R. 
4Apr-2019Self-management disease skills in people with severe neuro-cognitive disorders: a myth or matter of systematic education?Hatzioannou, Aikaterini ; Papastavrou, Evridiki ; Chatzittof, Andreas ; Sokratous, Sokratis ; Karanikola, Maria