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L'Information Psychiatrique

L'Information Psychiatrique

Official journal of the “hospital psychiatrists society” (SPH)

L’Information Psychiatrique is the psychiatrist’s clinical and professional journal.
L’Information Psychiatrique publishes mainly research papers focusing on psychopathology. It also looks at ethic issues, health organisation and health care policy, topics that reach towards social science and the neurosciences.

With the many changes taking place in psychiatry, L’Information Psychiatrique reflects readers’ current clinical concerns.
The journal is a platform for news, discussion and debates on the global care of the patient. It publishes every main controversy going through the profession. L’Information Psychiatrique is also dedicated to the vocational education of all psychiatry practitioners.

L’Information Psychiatrique has become the essential benchmark journal for hospital psychiatrists.

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Volume 98, issue 7, Août-Septembre 2022

Éditorial

En accès libre Psychiatrie en outre-mer : un ensemble de diversités au service de l’universel
Michel Eynaud
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Témoignages

Article Marronnage
Isabelle Montet

Article Working as a clinical psychologist in Réunion: A practical and theoretical career spanning thirty-five years
Philippe Reignier

Psychiatrie et santé mentale dans les outremers - 1/2 (Dossier coordonné par Stéphane Amadéo et Michel Eynaud)

Article 173 years of psychiatry in Guadeloupe
Michel Eynaud, Jean Paquis

Article Mental health in the general population: Images and realities in Tahiti
Stéphane Amadéo, Imane Benradia, Amanita Sy, Moerani Rereao, Patrick Favro, Germaine David-Vanquin, Annie Meunier-Tuheaiva, Alban Fenni, Ngoc Lam Nguyen, Benjamin Goodfellow, Jérôme Lacoste, Louis Jehel, Jean-Luc Roelandt

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