Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMH) publishes high quality, peer-reviewed child and adolescent mental health services research of relevance to academics, clinicians and commissioners internationally. The journal's principal aim is to foster evidence-based clinical practice and clinically orientated research among clinicians and health services researchers working with children and adolescents, parents and their families in relation to or with a particular interest in mental health.


The Brazilian Journal of Psychiatry is the official publication of Associação Brasileira de Psiquiatria (ABP - Brazilian Psychiatric Association). Former Revista ABP and previously published under the main title Revista Brasileira de Psiquiatria, the Brazilian Journal of Psychiatry is published bimonthly (February, April, June, August, October, December). Its purpose is to publish original works from all areas of psychiatry, focusing on public health, clinical epidemiology, basic sciences, and mental health problems that are relevant in our setting.


BJPsych Open is a high-quality, online-only open access journal for the publication of all methodologically sound research in psychiatry and disciplines related to mental health. In addition to original research, the journal also publishes research protocols; a variety of review types including narrative, systematic and realist reviews; as well as policy and analysis of topical practice and research findings. The journal maintains the highest scientific, peer-review and ethical standards of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, led by a board of international Editors.


Asia-Pacific Psychiatry is an international psychiatric journal focused on the Asia and Pacific Rim region, and is the official journal of the Pacific Rim College of Psychiatrics. Asia-Pacific Psychiatry enables psychiatric and other mental health professionals in the region to share their research, education programs and clinical experience with a larger international readership. The journal offers a venue for high quality research for and from the region in the face of minimal international publication availability for authors concerned with the region.


The Archives of Clinical Psychiatry was founded in 1972 by A. C. Pacheco e Silva, Fernando de O. Bastos, J. Carvalhal Ribas, and J. R. de Albuquerque Fortes. The mission of the Archives of Clinical Psychiatry is to provide relevant clinical information and clinically oriented research, including also basic research, whose results have potential implications for clinical practice. The scope of the journal encompasses: Human Sciences, Basic and Clinical Neuroscience, and Clinical Psychiatry.


The Annals of Clinical Psychiatry is the official journal of the American Academy of Clinical Psychiatrists. The Annals publishes high-quality clinical articles that focus on the advancement of patient care. Contributions furnish professionals and students with a continuing medical perspective on their discipline, addressing problems and concerns that arise in clinical practice as well as their potential solutions.


The contributors to Actas Españolas de Psiquiatría include leading professionals whose work is known both nationally and internationally. The English version will enable investigators from throughout the world to publish in Actas, thus placing it among the most important psychiatry journals in Spain.


Therapeutic Advances in Psychopharmacology delivers the highest quality peer-reviewed articles, reviews, and scholarly comment on pioneering efforts and innovative studies across all areas of psychopharmacology. The journal has a strong clinical and pharmacological focus and is aimed at clinicians and researchers in psychopharmacology, providing a forum in print and online for publishing the highest quality articles in this area.


As official journal of the Schizophrenia International Research Society (SIRS) Schizophrenia Research is THE journal of choice for international researchers and clinicians to share their work with the global schizophrenia research community. More than 6000 institutes have online or print (or both) access to this journal - the largest specialist journal in the field, with the largest readership!


Schizophrenia Bulletin seeks to review recent developments and empirically based hypotheses regarding the etiology and treatment of schizophrenia. We view the field as broad and deep, and will publish new knowledge ranging from the molecular basis to social and cultural factors. We will give new emphasis to translational reports which simultaneously highlight basic neurobiological mechanisms and clinical manifestations. Some of the Bulletin content is invited as special features or manuscripts organized as a theme by special guest editors.