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 March-April  2020  | Vol 42 | Issue 2
  Indian Journal of Psychological Medicine is a Bimonthly peer-reviewed international journal, published under the auspices of the Indian Psychiatric Society, South Zone.

The journal will cover clinical and experimental studies related to psychology and psychiatry.

Articles can be submitted online from www.journalonweb.com/ijpsym. The journal does not charge for submission, processing or publication of manuscripts and even for color reproduction of photographs.

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Guest Editorial
Are specialist treatment services needed for doctors with mental health problems?
Sanju George, Sandip Deshpande, Roy A Kallivayalil
In this brief paper, we will look at whether doctors who experience mental health difficulties require specialist treatment services. In doing so, as there is only limited research evidence in this ...
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Review Article
Prevalence and factors associated with burnout among healthcare professionals in India: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Vartika Kesarwani, Zeeshan Gulam Husaain, Jaiben George
Background: With increasing workload and dismal working conditions, healthcare professionals (HCPs) in India often suffer from burnout. Understanding the extent of these problems and the cont...
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Original Article
Pattern and correlates of depression among medical students: An 18-month follow-up study
Shabna Mohammed, Harish Tharayil, Soumya Gopakumar, Christina George
Background: Medical students are subjected to various challenges, which are possibly etiological in the onset and persistence of depression. There is inadequate research on the longitudinal p...
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Original Article
Prevalence and correlates of burnout among undergraduate medical students – A cross-sectional survey
K Vidhukumar, Majida Hamza
Background: Burnout among medical students is important for its prevalence, consequences, and modifiable risk factors. Although there are studies on the topic across the globe, Indian studies...
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