Indian Journal of Private Psychiatry
Aims & Scope Indian Journal of Private Psychiatry (IJPP) is the official publication of the Indian Association of Private Psychiatry. The journal publishes two issues in a year i.e., January-June and Read More..
Psychedelics Road Ahead: Are We Ready?
How Lengthy and Tortuous is the Pathway to Psychiatric Care among Patients Visiting a Tertiary Care Hospital in South India? A Cross-sectional Study
Psychiatric Morbidity among Transgender Population: A Study in a Rural Area of Bengaluru
What does not Kill You Makes You Stronger: An Online Survey into Healthcare Providers’ Mental Health during Corona Pandemic
Status of Perceived Stress and Quality of Life in Adults during COVID-19 Pandemic
Adverse Childhood Experiences and Substance Abuse in Young Adults: A Correlational Study
Atypical Psychiatric Manifestation of Primary Wilson's Disease: A Case Report
Psychiatric Manifestations in COVID-19 Patients Presenting to a Tertiary Care Center: A Case Series
A Rare Presentation of Anorexia Nervosa as Cardiac Failure in an Adolescent Girl
PANDAS in an Adult?: A Case Report
Suicide Attempt by Toothbrush Consumption in a Polysubstance-dependent Person
Trained Professional and Service Opportunity Gap in India in the Field of Mental Health: The Enigma
Roadmap to Integrate National Telemental Health Program and MHCA: Signboards that cannot be Ignored
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