Indian Journal of Psychological Medicine
  Home | About Us | Editorial Board | Search | Ahead of print | Current Issue | Archives | Instructions | Contact | Advertise | Submission | Login 
Users Online: 2028 
Wide layoutNarrow layoutFull screen layoutHome Print this page Email this page Small font sizeDefault font sizeIncrease font size
This article has been cited by
1Attempting to Restore Integrity of the Self: A Grounded Theory Study of Recovery From Major Depressive Disorder
Kourosh Amini,Dougie Marks,Mohammad Ali Cheraghi,Mehrdad Eftekhar,Reza Negarandeh
Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association.2019;25(5)385
[DOI]
2Mouse to man, a mental health recovery journey
Jarrad Hickmott,Toby Raeburn
Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing.2020;25(5)385
[DOI]
3Return to Work Interventions for Cancer Survivors: A Systematic Review and a Methodological Critique
Kristopher Lamore,Thomas Dubois,Ulrike Rothe,Matilde Leonardi,Isabelle Girard,Ulf Manuwald,Soja Nazarov,Fabiola Silvaggi,Erika Guastafierro,Chiara Scaratti,Thierry Breton,Jérôme Foucaud
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.2019;16(8)1343
[DOI]
4Enhancing Standards and Principles in Digital Mental Health With Recovery-Focused Guidelines for Mobile, Online, and Remote Monitoring Technologies
Karen L. Fortuna,Robert Walker,Daniel B. Fisher,George Mois,Stephanie Allan,Patricia E. Deegan
Psychiatric Services.2019;70(12)1080
[DOI]
5Effect of an RN-Led Medication Teaching Initiative on Psychiatric Recidivism
Jeffrey Kessler,Pamela Bjorklund
Issues in Mental Health Nursing.2020;41(2)146
[DOI]
6The relationship between personal growth and psychological functioning in individuals treated in a partial hospital setting
Sara B. Danitz,Susan M. Orsillo,Courtney Beard,Thröstur Björgvinsson
Journal of Clinical Psychology.2018;74(10)1759
[DOI]
7How adverse childhood experiences relate to single and multiple health risk behaviours in German public university students: a cross-sectional analysis
Jascha Wiehn,Claudia Hornberg,Florian Fischer
BMC Public Health.2018;18(1)1759
[DOI]
8How adverse childhood experiences relate to single and multiple health risk behaviours in German public university students: a cross-sectional analysis
Ramona Denby-Brinson,Hanna Haran
BMC Public Health.2018;18(1)1
[DOI]
9Talking to Others About Sexual Assault: A Narrative Analysis of Survivors’ Journeys
Bonnie Yuen,Jo Billings,Nicola Morant
Journal of Interpersonal Violence.2019;18(1)088626051986165
[DOI]
10Examining service-user perspectives for the development of a good outcome checklist for individuals at clinical high risk for psychosis
Natalia Petros,Alexis E. Cullen,Sandra Vieira,Emma Rowland,Georgina King,Wing See Leung,Paolo Fusar-Poli,Andrea Mechelli,Philip McGuire
Early Intervention in Psychiatry.2020;18(1)088626051986165
[DOI]
11Strengths-Based Nursing: A Process for Implementing a Philosophy Into Practice
Laurie N. Gottlieb,Bruce Gottlieb
Journal of Family Nursing.2017;23(3)319
[DOI]
12Treatment and Spiritual Care in Mental Health
Melissa Neathery
Journal of Christian Nursing.2018;35(2)86
[DOI]
13Treatment and Spiritual Care in Mental Health
Vijaya Raghavan,Thara Rangaswamy
Journal of Christian Nursing.2019;35(2)1
[DOI]
14Harm minimization in severe and enduring anorexia nervosa
Janice Russell,Bridget Mulvey,Hayley Bennett,Brooke Donnelly,Elizabeth Frig
International Review of Psychiatry.2019;31(4)391
[DOI]
15Pharmacology training in mental health nurse education: Justification for an increase in frequency and depth in the UK
Mark Pearson,Timothy Carter,Damion McCormick,Nicola Wright
Nurse Education Today.2018;62(4)36
[DOI]
16A qualitative evaluation of an ACT-based substance misuse treatment programme for service users within a secure mental health setting
Lacey M. Johnson,Kelly J. Elsegood,Charlotte Lennox
Advances in Dual Diagnosis.2019;12(3)117
[DOI]
17Emotional Support Animals in the United States: Emergent Guidelines for Mental Health Clinicians
Janet Hoy-Gerlach,Aviva Vincent,Becca Lory Hector
Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Mental Health.2019;6(2)199
[DOI]
18Emotional Support Animals in the United States: Emergent Guidelines for Mental Health Clinicians
Patricia Gooding,Kamelia Harris
Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Mental Health.2020;6(2)201
[DOI]
19A Qualitative Inquiry into the Human Library Approach: Facilitating Social Inclusion and Promoting Recovery
Chi Kin Kwan
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.2020;17(9)3029
[DOI]
20Recovery from Mental Illness: The Post-modern Perspective
N. A. Uvais
Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Mental Health.2016;3(1)39
[DOI]
21Predictors of subjective recovery from recent-onset psychosis in a developing country: a mixed-methods study
Worku Animaw Temesgen,Wai Tong Chien,Maritta Anneli Valimaki,Daniel Bressington
Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology.2020;3(1)39
[DOI]
22Factors influencing subjective recovery of people with recent-onset psychosis: A cross-sectional study in a low-income Sub-Saharan country
Worku Animaw Temesgen,Wai Tong Chien,Daniel Bressington
Psychiatry Research.2019;274(1)421
[DOI]
23Supporting Transmasculine Survivors of Sexual Assault and Intimate Partner Violence: Reflections from Peer Support Facilitation
Jackson W. Shultz
Sociological Inquiry.2020;90(2)293
[DOI]
24Diagnosis Talk and Recovery in People with a Mental Illness: A Qualitative Study and Perspectives for Clinical Social Work
Olivia Peter,Johannes Jungbauer
Clinical Social Work Journal.2019;47(2)222
[DOI]
25Mental Health Policy in India: Seven Sets of Questions and Some Answers
Arshad Mirza,Nirvikar Singh
SSRN Electronic Journal.2018;47(2)222
[DOI]
26Red-teaming the panopticon (mobilising adaptive change in secure and forensic settings)
Sarah Markham
The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology.2018;29(1)16
[DOI]
27Population-Centered Groups for Women Recovering from Substance Abuse: Satisfaction, Engagement, and Lessons Learned
Suzanne M. Peloquin,Carrie A. Ciro,Patricia Fingerhut,Tara Patterson
Occupational Therapy in Mental Health.2018;34(2)138
[DOI]
28Factors influencing subjective recovery of people with recent-onset psychosis: A cross-sectional study in a low-income sub-Saharan country
Worku Animaw Temesgen,Wai Tong Chien,Daniel Bressington
Psychiatry Research.2020;287(2)112282
[DOI]
29Factors influencing subjective recovery of people with recent-onset psychosis: A cross-sectional study in a low-income sub-Saharan country
Melissa Y. Winkle,Karen Ni
Psychiatry Research.2019;287(2)381
[DOI]
30Belonging home: capabilities, belonging and mental health recovery in low resourced settings
David Cappo,Brian Mutamba,Fiona Verity
Health Promotion International.2020;287(2)381
[DOI]
31Psychiatric Nurses' Views on Caring: Patients and Canine Companions
Camille King
Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services.2017;55(3)46
[DOI]
32“I’m not alone”: Women’s experiences of recovery oriented occupational therapy groups following depression
Hannah Woolley,Esther Levy,Samantha Spector,Naomie Geneau,Aileen Castro,Suzanne Rouleau,Laurence Roy
Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy.2020;87(1)73
[DOI]
33“It's very hard for me to say anything positive”: A qualitative investigation into borderline personality disorder treatment experiences in the Australian context
Elise Carrotte,Michael Hartup,Michelle Blanchard
Australian Psychologist.2019;54(6)526
[DOI]
34What constitutes recovery in schizophrenia? Client and caregiver perspectives from South India
Subhashini Gopal,Greeshma Mohan,Sujit John,Vijaya Raghavan
International Journal of Social Psychiatry.2020;66(2)118
[DOI]
35Ruhsal Hastaliktan Iyilesmeye Kültürel Etki
M. Olcay Çam,Merve Uguryol
Psikiyatride Guncel Yaklasimlar - Current Approaches in Psychiatry.2019;11(1)52
[DOI]
36An exploration of the conditions for deploying self-management strategies: a qualitative study of experiential knowledge in depression
Dorien Smit,Janneke Peelen,Janna N. Vrijsen,Jan Spijker
BMC Psychiatry.2020;20(1)52
[DOI]
37‘It was like a lightning bolt hitting my world’: Feeling shattered in a first crisis in psychosis
Sarah Bögle,Zoë Boden
Qualitative Research in Psychology.2019;20(1)1
[DOI]
38Conceptualizations of subjective recovery from recent onset psychosis and its associated factors: A systematic review
Worku A. Temesgen,Wai Tong Chien,Daniel Bressington
Early Intervention in Psychiatry.2019;13(2)181
[DOI]
39Do Help-Seeking Behaviors Influence the Recovery of People With Mental Illness?
Christopher Patterson,Dana Perlman,Lorna Moxham,Shawn Burns
Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services.2019;57(12)33
[DOI]
40Mental health and the media: From illness to wellbeing
Dimitrinka Atanasova,Nelya Koteyko,Brian Brown,Paul Crawford
Sociology Compass.2019;13(5)e12678
[DOI]
41Enhancing Spiritually Based Care Through Gratitude Practices: A Health-Care Improvement Project
Rebecca J. Beese,Deborah Ringdahl
Creative Nursing.2018;24(1)42
[DOI]
42Transforming Care: supporting people with learning disabilities, autism and mental health issues to move out of long-stay hospitals
Max Read
Learning Disability Practice.2020;23(2)31
[DOI]
43Avoiding Paternalism
Henry Bladon
Issues in Mental Health Nursing.2019;40(7)579
[DOI]
44Avoiding Paternalism
Sueanne M. Gola,Lorelle J. Burton
Issues in Mental Health Nursing.2018;40(7)239
[DOI]
45Towards a framework for good outcome in people at clinical high risk for psychosis: A Delphi consensus study
Natalia Petros,Andrea Mechelli,Paolo Fusar-Poli,Sandra Vieira,Emma Rowland,Philip McGuire
Schizophrenia Research.2019;208(7)209
[DOI]
46Perceived Case Management Needs and Service Preferences of Frequent Emergency Department Users: Lessons Learned in a Large Urban Centre
Deborah Kahan,Daniel Poremski,Deborah Wise-Harris,Daniel Pauly,Molyn Leszcz,Donald Wasylenki,Vicky Stergiopoulos,Jacobus P. van Wouwe
PLOS ONE.2016;11(12)e0168782
[DOI]
 Home
  Feedback 
  Subscribe 
  Advertise 

Submit articles
Most popular articles
Joiu us as a reviewer
Email alerts
Recommend this journal