About AACP and Current Psychiatry

The American Academy of Clinical Psychiatrists was founded in 1975 by George Winokur MD and others (including many of his students). They shared the belief that a wealth of clinically relevant data is available in every psychiatrist's personal practice experience. The organization was created to provide a forum to share information for psychiatrists engaged in direct patient care; and to keep abreast of the latest scientific developments relevant to the practice of 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. This state-of-the-art publication enables readers to stay current with ongoing research and the theories and techniques used by leading authorities in the field. In addition, the Annals presents helpful research ideas, offering a springboard to innovative areas of investigation.
Current Psychiatry is the leading source of practical, evidence-based, peer-reviewed information for psychiatric clinicians. Its editorial board is comprised of authoritative, well respected and engaged thought leaders. www.CurrentPsychiatry.com
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