· In continuous publication since 1927
· Focused on original research, theoretical papers, and review articles on assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation of persons with psychiatric disabilities
· Emphasizes care provided in public, community, and private institutional settings
Psychiatric Quarterly fills an important niche by focusing on assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation of persons with psychiatric disabilities, with emphasis on care provided in public, community, and private institutional settings such as hospitals, schools, and correctional facilities. Launched as The State Hospital Quarterly in 1915, the journal received its current name in 1927.
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