Aim & Scope
The Social Psychiatry journal, the official journal of the Croatian Psychiatric Association, is the longest-running Croatian psychiatric journal.
The aim (mission) of the journal is presenting new information and discoveries from different areas of psychiatry and psychology by publishing papers from these fields. The scope of the journal encompasses a wide spectrum of different disciplines and fields. These are primarily social psychiatry, clinical psychiatry and psychology, biopsychology, psychotherapy, forensic psychiatry, war psychiatry, psychiatry in alcoholism and other addictions, mental health protection for persons with intellectual and developmental challenges, psychiatric epidemiology, deontology, psychiatric service organisation and others.
Published papers are generally categorized as original scientific papers, reviews, professional papers, case reports and other news and editorials.
The journal is intended for professionals in the field of mental health protection, persons with mental issues and their family members, as well as other professionals outside healthcare.