December 21, 2014

   
The Canadian Psychiatric Association publishes a variety of periodicals and information materials as part of its ongoing knowledge transfer initiatives.

Established in 1956, The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry is the flagship publication of the Canadian Psychiatric Association. Published 12 times a year, The CJP includes peer-reviewed scientific articles on ongoing developments in Canadian and international psychiatry. Regular features include the In Review series, written by world leaders in psychiatric research; the latest Original Research; systematic Review Papers; Book Reviews; and Letters to the Editor, all of which contribute to scholarly debate and are published in either English or French. CPA members now have privileged access to an electronic version of The CJP. Identical to the print edition, the cyber-CJP is accessible, ahead of print, through the member log-in. Nonmembers can read abstracts online ahead of print and full-text articles 6 months later.

Canadian Psychiatry Aujourd’hui is the official newsmagazine of the Canadian Psychiatric Association. Aujourd’hui is a quarterly publication exploring issues that interest psychiatrists, family physicians, and other mental health professionals. It offers the latest news and information on psychiatric research, clinical practice and public policy, and provides a forum for the lively exchange of ideas and perspectives. The magazine also features articles on wine, travel, film, and leisure to interest all readers.

Under Professional Guidelines, web visitors will find Clinical Practice Guidelines, Codes of Ethics, Position Papers and Statements, Discussion Papers, Academy Documents, Select Canadian Journal of Psychiatry Supplements, and Guidelines which are currently under review.

The Canadian Psychiatric Association has also published three booksApproaches to Postgraduate Education in Psychiatry: What Educators and Residents Need to Know, Psychiatry in Canada: 50 Years and HIV and Psychiatry: A Training and Resource Manual. Psychiatry in Canada: 50 Years can be ordered online. HIV and Psychiatry: A Training and Resource Manual is no longer available in print but can be viewed electronically in French and English.
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