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     IPS CPG SUD Synopsis Book 2015
     Dr. Rao Institute Book 2015
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January-March  2017 |
 Vol 59 | Issue 1

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Editorial 1
Dementia and the International Classification of Diseases-11 (Beta Version)
The World Health Organization (WHO) recently uploaded the International Classification of Diseases-11 (ICD-11)(beta version) on its website.[1] The draft had a major shock for the mental health and ps...
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Editorial 2
Prevention of farmer suicides: Greater need for state role than for a mental health professional's role
There are substantial variations in the stated number of farmers committing suicide in India, each year, partly related to variations in the operationalization of the concept of farming as a professio...
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Guest Editorial
Metamorphosis: A reason why many chronic schizophrenics get abandoned by their dear ones
The famous novella “Metamorphosis” by Kafka has a special message for all of us.[1] In that story, which was first published in1915, the central character Gregor Samsa was a traveling sale...
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Guest Editorial
Challenges in the scale-up of opioid substitution treatment in India
Opioids are one of the best known analgesics and euphoriants known to humankind. Their widespread use globally for such purposes has also led to opioids topping the list of “problem drugs.”...
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Guest Editorial
Sexual boundaries in the doctor–patient relationship: Guidelines for doctors
Background to the Framing of Guidelines In 2010, a landmark study called “the elephant in the room” study was published in the Indian Journal of Medical Ethics. This study ...
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