Journal of Psychiatry Research and Treatment is an peer reviewed, scholarly journal that considers high-quality publishing in subject-focused interdisciplinary fields, with an overriding concern to improve the prevention, investigation, diagnosis, treatment and management of mental illness, and the promotion of mental health worldwide.
The journal 's purpose is to provide a platform where psychiatric and primary care researchers and clinicians inform each other and advance knowledge of biological, psychological and social theory, processes, and treatment as they contribute to improving patient care.
The journal places fastidious emphasis on articles that assimilate empirical research results into the realities of clinical practice. The journal seeks to address a communication distance between clinicians and researchers regarding the implementation and transition of research results and clinical practice.
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Clinical Psychiatry: Clinical Psychiatry is a science that deals with the mind and mental process in relation to human and animal behavior, including the scientific study and application of psychology for the purpose of understanding, preventing and relieving psychological distress or dysfunction and promoting subjective well-being.
Electroconvulsive therapy: Electroconvulsive therapy ( ECT), also known as electroshock, is a controversial medical treatment that causes hallucinations by strong electrical current. ECT was invented in Italy in 1937, and spread throughout the 1940s and 1950s. It is widely accepted that ECTs performed in a modern manner do not cause brain damage.
Child Psychitary: Child psychiatry, a medical branch concerned with studying and treating childhood mental, emotional , and behavioral disorders. Since the mid-1920s, child psychiatry is recognized as a division of the field of psychiatry and neurology. Child psychiatry is primarily concerned with the study and treatment of behavioral disorders and emotional problems that affect children. Emotional maladjustments of children frequently are characterized by anxiety reactions.
Psychotherapy: Psychotherapy, also called talk therapy, includes talking to a mental health specialist about the illness and the associated problems. You will hear about your condition and moods, emotions, perceptions and actions, during psychotherapy. You can learn coping and stress-management skills with the experiences and information you acquire.
Telemedicine: Telemedicine is the method of delivering healthcare by technology from a distance, mostly through videoconferencing. Telepsychiatry, a subset of telemedicine, can include providing a range of services including psychiatric evaluations, therapy (individual therapy , group therapy, family therapy), patient education, and management of medications. Telepsychiatry may involve the direct interaction between the patient and a psychiatrist. It also includes psychiatrists who support the consultation and expertise of primary care providers with mental health care. A live, interactive communication can deliver mental health care.
Social psychiatry:Social psychiatry is a branch of psychiatry that focuses on mental disorder and mental wellbeing in the interpersonal and cultural context. It involves a set of theories and approaches that are sometimes disparate, with work extending from epidemiological survey research on the one hand to an indistinct boundary with individual or group psychotherapy on the other.
Global Mental Health: Global mental health is the international perspective on various aspects of mental health. It is 'the area of study, research and practice that gives priority to improving mental health and achieving mental health equity for all people worldwide.
Author(s): Emilia Soltan1, Anna Antosik-Wojcinska2, Dariusz Koziorowski3, Henryk Koziara1,4 and Tomasz Mandat1,4
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