The mission of Current Psychiatry is to provide practitioners with up-to-date practical advice by leading authorities, emphasizing solutions to common clinical problems.
We publish clinical reviews, case reports, updates on advances in psychiatric medications, articles addressing primary care issues in psychiatry, and "Pearls" on clinical treatment and patient management. We review existing psychiatric procedures and treatments; present physicians' evidence-based approaches to treatment and diagnostic scenarios and address the clinical applicability of those approaches; analyze the underlying clinical implications behind psychiatric care and services; publish responsible viewpoints and counterarguments that are firmly based both in the evidence and in clinical experience; and alert psychiatrists to innovations in treatment that could lead to changes in the way they practice.
Access to Current Psychiatry Online is free. Back issues older than 3 months are available with free registration.
Our target audience includes psychiatrists in all subspecialties, as well as residents and teachers.