Psychosocial and vocational training

2020.01.30-pubmed-mythili_hazarika

“The effectiveness of psychosocial and vocational training for mentally challenged in a day care centre” by Mythili Hazarika (President of the Society for Mental Health in LAMIC [SoMHiL]), Uddip Talukdar, Sandamita Choudhury, and Shyamanta Das (Editor-in-Chief of the Open Journal of Psychiatry & Allied Sciences [OJPAS®]), and published in the Journal of Rural and Community Psychiatry, is now in PubMed (PMID: 31984219) as well as in PubMed Central (PMCID: PMC6980156).

Psychosocial and vocational training

2020.01.24-pmc-mythili_hazarika

“The effectiveness of psychosocial and vocational training for mentally challenged in a day care centre” by Mythili Hazarika (President of the Society for Mental Health in LAMIC [SoMHiL]), Uddip Talukdar, Sandamita Choudhury, and Shyamanta Das (Editor-in-Chief of the Open Journal of Psychiatry & Allied Sciences [OJPAS®]), and published in the Journal of Rural and Community Psychiatry, is now in PubMed Central (PMCID: PMC6980156).

Social networking sites

“A comprehensive study regarding contribution of social networking sites (SNS) to mental stress, anxiety, and depression among adolescent school students in Guwahati: the research design” by Aditya Goenka, Shyamanta Das, Anjana Moyee Saikia, and Mythili Hazarika, and published in the Global Journal for Research Analysis is now in PubMed (PMID: 31929979) apart from being in PubMed Central (PMCID: PMC6953969).

2020.01.15_pubmed

This research work is funded by the Society for Mental Health in LAMIC (SoMHiL).

Social networking sites

“A comprehensive study regarding contribution of social networking sites (SNS) to mental stress, anxiety, and depression among adolescent school students in Guwahati: the research design” by Aditya Goenka, Shyamanta Das, Anjana Moyee Saikia, and Mythili Hazarika, and published in the Global Journal for Research Analysis is now in PubMed Central (PMCID: PMC6953969).

2020.01.10_pmc

This research work is funded by the Society for Mental Health in LAMIC (SoMHiL).

Upcoming Publication on Bipolar Disorder

The 29th Annual Conference of the Indian Psychiatric Society, Assam State Branch (IPS-ASBCon 2019)  will be held on 12-13th October, 2019 at Guwahati.

The event will be eternalised by release of an ISBN publication with the theme- “Bipolar Disorder : Evolving Concepts and Paradigms”.

Guidelines for the Authors

Previously unpublished work within 3000 words having uniform reference style (as mentioned below) should be sent after plagiarism check as email attachment to somhil@hotmail.com .

Kindly send confirmation along with a short description (50 words) of the chosen topic by 4 August, 2019. The final manuscripts will be expected on/before 16 September, 2019.

Reference Style

In-text-citations should be as follows:

“… was reported (Sreevani 2015).”

or : “Sreevani (2015) reported …”.

In the case of 2 authors, use the “&” sign: (Kumar & Phookun 2015).

In the case of 3 and more authors, use “et al.”: “(Alam et al. 2015)”.

End of the article citations in alphabetical order should be as follows:

Talukdar S, Das S, Bhandari SS, Talukdar U, Borkataki D. Ten. Open J Psychiatry Allied Sci. 2019;10:97-100.

Sadock BJ, Sadock VA, Ruiz P. Kaplan & Sadock’s synopsis of psychiatry: behavioral sciences/clinical psychiatry. 11th ed. Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer; 2015.

Nonacs RM, Cohen LS. Postpartum psychiatric syndromes. In: Sadock BJ, Sadock VA, editors. Kaplan & Sadock’s comprehensive textbook of psychiatry. 7th ed. New York: Lippincott Williams and Wilkinson; 2000. p. 1276-83.

Kumar A, Das S, Hazarika M, Datta S, Talukdar S, Baishy A, et al. Recurrent mania: rare or common. J Depress Anxiety [serial online]. 2016 Mar 14 [cited 2017 Jan 20];S2:011. Available from: https://www.omicsgroup.org/journals/recurrent-mania-rare-or-common-2167-1044-S2-011.pdf