In an interview with the Assamese weekly newspaper, Sadin, Mythili Hazarika, the President of the Society for Mental Health in LAMIC (SoMHiL) expressed her views on crime and mental health.
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Previously unpublished work within 3000 words having uniform reference style (as mentioned below) should be sent after plagiarism check as email attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org .
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
“Intra-psychic disarray of gender identity and sexual orientation: in the process of coming out as transsexual” by Budhiswatya Shankar Das and Soumitra Ghosh is the new Advance Online Publication of the Open Journal of Psychiatry & Allied Sciences (OJPAS®).
“Physical illnesses among psychiatric inpatients in a tertiary care setup” by Bharat Udey and Vijay Niranjan is the new Advance Online Publication of the Open Journal of Psychiatry & Allied Sciences (OJPAS®).
“Loneliness, social anxiety, social support, and internet addiction among postgraduate college students” by Abhijeet Singh, CRJ Khess, Mathew KJ, Arif Ali, and Nilesh Maruti Gujar is the new Advance Online Publication of the Open Journal of Psychiatry & Allied Sciences (OJPAS®).
“Study of sociodemographic correlates, anxiety, and depression among opioid dependents admitted in treatment centres in Sikkim, India” by Bishnu Sharma, Samrat Singh Bhandari, Sanjiba Dutta, and Geeta Soohinda, and published in the current issue (July-December 2019, Volume 10 Issue 2) of the Open Journal of Psychiatry & Allied Sciences (OJPAS®) is the sixth OJPAS® article to be included in PubMed (PMID: 31263773) and PubMed Central (PMCID: PMC6602083).
Shyamanta Das, the Editor-in-Chief of the Open Journal of Psychiatry & Allied Sciences (OJPAS®) discusses the original article, titled “Study of comorbid psychiatric diagnoses in premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction” by Ashish Hanmantrao Chepure and Apurva Karmveer Ungratwar, and published in the current issue (January-June 2019, Volume 10 Issue 1) of OJPAS® in the fortnightly Mind Matters column, titled “Sexual dysfunctions” in Horizon, the Friday supplement of The Assam Tribune.
“Low incidence of metabolic syndrome in patients taking atypical antipsychotic in Eastern India” by Siddharth Sankar Dash, Jayaprakash R Ravan, Bhaskar Thakur, Sandesh Pasumarthy, Sumit Kumar, Sudipta Kumar Das, and PC Chowdary is the new Advance Online Publication of the Open Journal of Psychiatry & Allied Sciences (OJPAS®).
“‘White handkerchief’: a patient of attenuated psychosis syndrome” by Sachin Arora, Dipesh Bhagabati, Shyamanta Das, Hemendra Ram Phookun, Mythili Hazarika, and Shailendra Kumar Talukdar, and published in the Journal of Rural and Community Psychiatry, is now in both PubMed Central (PMCID: PMC6583808) and PubMed (PMID: 31218246).