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April-June 2017| Vol 33| Issue 2

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Preventive psychiatry: Where do we stand?

Mental disorders are very common with the World Health Organization estimating the lifetime prevalence at about 25%,[1] and the recently released report of the National Mental Health Survey of I...


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Preventive psychiatry: Current status in contemporary psychiatry

Preventive psychiatry is one of the most ignored subdiscipline of psychiatry, which has got important role to play in the contemporary psychiatry. Mental disorders are very common with lifetime preval...


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Preventive psychiatry: Overview

Preventive psychiatry aims at the reduction of mental disorders and behavioural problems by identifying risk and protective factors and applying evidence-based interventions in the framework of primar...


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Preventive psychiatry in clinical practice

In the last two and a half decades, there have been series of global burden of disease studies which have highlighted significant disability attributable to mental and behavioral disorders with a huge...


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Preventive strategies for common mental disorders

Common Mental Disoders (CMDs) include depressive and anxiety disorders; one in five individuals, worldwide, gets afflicted with CMDs over lifetime. A wide range of preventive strategies have shown pro...


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