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May-August 2020| Vol 2| Issue 2

Editorial

The Plague by Albert Camus, the COVID-19 Pandemic, and the Role of Social Psychiatry – Lessons Shared, Lessons Learned

“Indeed, we all were up against the wall that plague had built around us, and in its lethal shadow we must work out our salvation.” –Albert Camus, The Plague[1] Albert Camus, the...


Special Communication

World Association of Social Psychiatry Position Statement on the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Pandemic

The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic is unfolding into a global event on a massive scale, one of the most significant ones since the Second World War. The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting ...


Special Communication

Articulating Social Psychiatry and Person-Centered Medicine: Conceptual Bases and International Implications for COVID-19

Background: The World Association of Social Psychiatry (SP) and the International College of Person-Centered Medicine (PCM), while having their own background and goals, share some significan...


Invited Commentary

The WASP Position Statement: A List of Tasks for All of Us

A pandemic with all its terrible consequences makes it necessary to re-state the principles guiding organizations bringing together professionals concerned with health. This reminds its members of t...


Invited Commentary

The World Psychiatric Association Applauds the WASP Position Statement on the COVID-19 Pandemic

This statement is a humane expression of concern for all affected by the pandemic. It supports the use of evidence in making rational decisions. It also advocates responding to the emergency in a wa...


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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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