Mission Statement of the American Academy of Clinical Psychiatrists
The American Academy of Clinical Psychiatrists was founded in 1975 by George Winokur, MD, and others. The Academy brings together clinical practitioners and academicians to enhance care of patients with psychiatric illness by emphasizing practical knowledge. Members keep abreast of scientific developments in the diagnosis, etiology, and treatment of psychiatric disorders through annual conferences, online communications, and the official journal, the Annals of Clinical Psychiatry. The Academy also collaborates with other professional societies to promote common interests.
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Mission Statement of the Annals of Clinical Psychiatry
The official journal of the American Academy of Clinical Psychiatrists, the Annals of Clinical Psychiatry provides an international forum on the diagnosis, etiology, and treatment of psychiatric disorders. The Annals publishes original research, timely reviews, case reports, letters, and book reviews, emphasizing practical knowledge that informs patient care.
Current Psychiatry's mission is to provide psychiatrists with peer-reviewed, practical advice by leading authorities, emphasizing up-to-date solutions to common clinical problems.