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January-June 2018| Vol 2| Issue 1

Editorial

Suicide in Indian prisoners

Suicide is a growing problem in the world and is seen not only in general population but also among those who are behind bars. Custodial deaths have always been looked on by suspicion by the public ...


Guest Editorial

Need for a geriatric subspecialty with a focus on geriatric training for UG and PG

Geriatric population is rising in absolute numbers and percentage all over the world due to increase in life expectancy and decrease in birth rate. There is clear evidence of an epidemiological tran...


Review Article

Challenges for office psychotherapy practice in India

Office-based psychotherapy practice is a challenging and vexing task for psychiatrists. Psychotherapy has not yet found a firm footing as an accepted form of therapy by many patients. Psychiatrists ...


Review Article

Geriatric psychiatry services in Maharashtra

India is currently home to 104 million elder, which comprise about 8.6% of the population of the country. This is only projected to increase to 20% by the year 2050. Among all elder in India...


Original Article

A study on suicidal ideation and associated factors in prisoners of addis ababa correctional center

Background: Suicide is the act of intentionally causing one's own death. Global, estimation of suicide and suicidal behavior is leading cause of death and burden of diseases which is also...


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Annals of Indian Psychiatry, a publication of Indian Psychiatric Society - Western Zonal Branch, is a peer-reviewed print + online Semiannual journal.

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