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January-March 2021| Vol 37| Issue 1

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Marginalized and neglected psychosocial aspects related to COVID-19: Some reflections!

Last year, COVID-19 brought in its wake isolation, adversity, anonymity, and trauma. People experienced a loss of dignity, loss of purposeful activity, and loss of relatives and friends. Above all, ...


Invited Perspective

Safeguarding the Mental Health of Women of India in times of COVID 19: Challenges and ways forward

Self Employed Women's Association (SEWA) is movement of 1.8 million women workers in 18 states of India. This is an early narrative based report on how women have been affected by COVID 19 in In...


Invited Perspective

Human trafficking, mental health and COVID-19

In first quarter of 2020, almost immediately after the budget announcements, COVID-19 struck the world. The prolonged lockdown dealt a crippling blow to the economy. Factories were shut. Transportat...


Invited Perspective

Mental health crisis among children: A parallel pandemic

Over the past 9 months, while reports have shown that the coronavirus has let children off easily as far the development of the COVID-19 is concerned, the mental health and the psychosocial impact o...


Invited Perspective/Commentary

“Feared and Avoided”: Psychosocial effects of stigma against health-care workers during COVID-19

Background The coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has been wreaking havoc all over the world in recent times. In the wake of high rates of transmissibility and infection ra...


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Indian Journal of Social Psychiatry, a publication of Indian Association for Social Psychiatry, is a peer-reviewed online journal with Quarterly print on demand compilation of issues published. The journal’s full text is available online at http://www.indjsp.org.

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