Journal of Psychiatry and Psychiatric Disorders

ISSN: 2572-519X
Impact Factor: 1.9
Index Copernicus Value: 70.80
Abstracting and Indexing

Editor In Chief

Michael Maes

Molecular Biology and Neuroscience
Deakin University
Victoria, Australia

Articles in Volume 2 Issue 1

Research Article Open Access Pages: 1 - 8 West Africa

Psychosocial Risks Among Female Military Personal in Burkina Faso

Goumbri P, Nanema D, Bague B, Ilboudo Z, Ganou L and Ouedraogo A

The presence of female personnel in the army of Burkina Faso is a recent phenomenon. The first military women have joined the army from 2007 onwards. This integration into this previously male environment exposes women to specific psychological difficulties. The objec...Read More

doi: 10.26502/jppd.2572-519X0034
Commentary Open Access Pages: 9 - 11 United States

The Opioid Epidemic: Impact on Children and Families

April Dirks

doi: 10.26502/jppd.2572-519X0035
Review Article Open Access Pages: 12 - 22 Switzerland

Secondary Suicide Prevention as Neuro-Rehabilitation

Valach Ladislav

Neuro-rehabilitation and suicide prevention used to be linked together mostly as preventing suicidality in neuro-rehabilitation patients after, e.g., brain injury. However, we propose that the recent changes in neuro-rehabilitation, on the one hand, and in the suicide...Read More

doi: 10.26502/jppd.2572-519X0036
Research Article Open Access Pages: 23 - 28 Guinea

Psychosocial and Health Impact on the Healed People of Ebola in the City of Forecariah

Diallo AAS, Keita MM, Sylla AI, Kourouma F, Sylla D, Doumbouya A, Bah LY, Soumah AA, Diallo AG and Cisse A

Introduction: Ebola virus disease is one of the most serious viral diseases known to man. It belongs to the filovirus family, with a case-fatality rate of 25% to 90%. The aim of this study was to evaluate the psychosocial and health impact of Ebola virus disease on pe...Read More

doi: 10.26502/jppd.2572-519X0037
Review Article Open Access Pages: 29 - 40 Mexico

Cortisol Awakening Response: An Ancient Adaptive Feature

Carlos M. Contreras, Ana G. Gutierrez-Garcia

Similar to other endocrine substances, cortisol secretion follows a pulsating rhythm. The cortisol awakening response (CAR) occurs upon awakening in the absence of any apparent stressful situation or imminent danger, which is a very intriguing feature. When confrontin...Read More

doi: 10.26502/jppd.2572-519X0038

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