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September-December 2020| Vol 2| Issue 3


The “World Association of Social Psychiatry Position Statement” Revisited in Light of COVID-19 Vaccination

After the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, scientists, as early as March 16, 2020, started working in earnest to develop a vaccine against the virus.[1] In their write-up in June 2020 in JAMA, Bollyk...

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Fighting Stigma 2020: Synopsis of the Presentation of the Yves Pelicier Prize Lecture at the World Congress of Social Psychiatry, Bucharest, October 2019

The United Nations has recently recognized the magnitude and severity of mental health problems and included the need to deal with them among its universal development goals. The main obstacle to ac...


In All Candour: Taking Off the Mask

Louise Bradley, president and CEO of the Mental Health Commission of Canada, reflects on more than a decade of challenges and opportunities faced by the country's first such commission. She deli...


Advocacy: How to Create Political will for Mental Health and Epilepsy in Low- and Middle-income Countries?

Although psychiatric and neurological disorders are among the first contributors to the global burden of disease, they remain among the most neglected topics of Global Health. There is a real need t...


Homelessness and Mental Illness: Views from Early Career Psychiatrists from Asian Countries

Homelessness is an important social determinant of health. The information has been sparse on the relationship between homelessness and mental illnesses in Asian countries. In this perspective paper...

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ISSN - Print: 2667-1085, Online: 2667-1077

World Social Psychiatry, a publication of World Social Psychiatry Trust (On behalf of World Association of Social Psychiatry), is a peer-reviewed print + online 3 Issues journal.

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