Nordic Journal of Psychiatry



Nordic Journal of Psychiatry is published for the Psychiatric Associations in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. A main source of information about current Nordic psychiatry and related fields, addressing itself to psychiatrists and other professionals within the field.

The journal is distributed to members of the Nordic Psychiatric Associations as well as to most members of the Nordic Associations for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. From 1999, the journal will also be distributed to the members of the Psychiatric Associations in the Baltic countries. The journal also has many subscribers among psychologists, social workers and psychiatric nurses.

The Nordic Journal of Psychiatry, which was first published in 1947, is the professional scientific organ for the five Nordic Psychiatric Associations.

All relevant themes in psychiatry are represented — from psychotherapy to psychopharmacology.

The contents cover original articles, review articles, special topic issues, supplements, debate columns, book reviews and a congress diary. All areas within psychiatry are represented: Child and adult psychiatry, psychotherapy, pharmacotherapy, social psychiatry, psychosomatic medicine. All articles are reviewed by referees.

Psychiatrists, psychologists and social workers.

Indexed/abstracted in
Current Awareness in Biological Sciences (CABS); Current Contents/Social and Behavioural Sciences (1993- ); Dansk Artikkelindeks; EMBASE/Excerpta Medica; Innovation and Research in Clinical Services, Community Support and Rehabilitation; International Review of Psychiatry; Psychological Abstracts (1972- ); Psyc INFO (1990- ); PSYCLIT DATABASE; Research Alert; Social Sciences Citation Index (1993- ); Swemed;

Lars von Knorring, Uppsala, Sweden.

National Editors
Jens Knud Larsen, Hellerup, Denmark.
Kristin Tomasson, Reykjavik, Iceland.
Anders Lund, Bergen, Norway.
Veikko Vasar, Tartu, Estonia.
Heimo Viinamäki, Kuopio, Finland.
Gunnar Kullgren, Huddinge, Sweden.

Child Psychiatry Editor
Ingrid Spurkland, Oslo, Norway.

Copyright© 2014 Scandinavian University Press