Psychiatric Times

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Psychiatric Times  
DisciplineClinical Psychiatry
LanguageEnglish
Edited byJames L. Knoll IV
Publication details
Publication history
1985–present
Publisher
UBM Medica (United States)
FrequencyMonthly
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ISSN0893-2905
OCLC no.53834993
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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.

History[edit]

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.[1] Contributors include mainly psychiatrists, but psychologists and clinical social workers also contribute articles to the publication.

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