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Psychiatric Times is a medical trade publication written for an audience involved in the profession of psychiatry. It is published monthly by UBM Medica and is distributed to about 50,000 psychiatrists monthly.
Psychiatric Times was first published in January 1985 as a 16-page bimonthly publication. It was founded by psychiatrist John L. Schwartz and originally edited by Ronald Pies. By 1992, it became the most widely read psychiatric publication. The current editor-in-chief is Ronald W. Pies, MD. Contributors include mainly psychiatrists, but psychologists and clinical social workers also contribute articles to the publication.
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