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 November-December  2018  | Vol 40 | Issue 6
  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
Primary (Mental) health care and the national mental health program
Anindya Das
‘Doctors are like chandeliers — beautiful and exquisite, but expensive and inaccessible… I'm like a lamp — inexpensive and simple. And I can transfer light from one lamp ...
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Guest Editorial
Mental health implications of elder abuse and domestic violence
Pankajakshan Vijayanthi Indu
Elder abuse and domestic violence (DV) are major social issues, which are often ignored. Families are expected to develop emotional bonding between their members and be the source of support for the...
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Review Article
National mental health programme–optimism and caution: A narrative review
Snehil Gupta, Rajesh Sagar
India was one of the major World Health Organization (WHO) member countries to launch its National Mental Health Programme (NMHP) in 1982 in accordance with WHO's recommendations to deliver ment...
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Review Article
Comorbidity of personality disorder among substance use disorder patients: A narrative review
Arpit Parmar, Gaurishanker Kaloiya
Comorbidity of personality disorders (PDs) and substance use disorders (SUDs) is common in clinical practice. Borderline PD and antisocial PD are particularly found to be associated with SUDs. Our r...
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