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September-December 2022| Vol 4| Issue 3


100 Years of Ulysses Journeying through The Waste Land. Masterpieces Mixing Memory, Milieu, and the Mind

1922: The Backdrop The World War I (WWI) had been over just a few years earlier, leaving its huge debris of postwar ruins, economic toll, and human distress. Although essentially Eur...

Guest Editorial

Coming out of the COVID-19 Pandemic: New Hopes and New Lessons for Future

Since early 2020, the whole world has faced the unprecedented crisis brought by the COVID-19 pandemic. This has brought many challenges to society including political leadership, policymakers, indus...

Luminaries in Social Psychiatry

The Gurū-Chelā Relationship Revisited: The Contemporary Relevance of the Work of Indian Psychiatrist Jaswant Singh Neki

The aims of this appreciation of the life and work of Jaswant Singh Neki (1925–2015), a leading Indian psychiatrist and Sikh scholar, are: (1) to revisit Neki's contributions to social psy...


Community-Based Mental Health Services in Bangladesh: Prospects and Challenges

Estimates inform that mental health problems are on the rise across the globe including in Bangladesh. To reduce the global disease burden caused by mental health disorders, community-based mental h...


Mental Health Care for Cancer Patients in Portugal – Implementation of a Psycho-Oncology Multidisciplinary Project

Psycho-oncology is an interdisciplinary field that addresses the two major psychological dimensions of cancer: the psychological responses of patients to cancer at all stages of the disease, and tha...

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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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