Consortium Psychiatricum


The scientific peer-review medical journal, founded in 2020 by the Russian Society of Psychiatrists (RSP) and Russian Association for the Advancement of Science (RAAS).

Mission: to create an open international platform for publishing cutting-edge scientific papers on mental health.

Topics: clinical psychiatry, biological and social psychiatry, psychology, psychotherapy, public mental health, epidemiology of mental disorders, neuroscience and fundamental research, interdisciplinary research.

Article types: reviews, research articles, commentaries, clinical cases, special views and discussions.

Periodical: Quarterly (4 issues a year).

Language: English (for manuscripts and for publications).

Peer-review: double blind (see details).

APС & distribution: NO any article processing charges for authors; Platinum Open Access; CC BY 4.0 International license.

Editor-in-Chief: professor George P. Kostyuk (ORCID), director of Mental-health clinic No.1 named after N.A. Alexeev, chief expert in psychiatry of Moscow Healthcare Department.

Indexation: Russian Science citation Index, DOAJ, Google Scholar, Ulrich's Periodicals Diractory, WorldCat, Cyberleninka.




Editor-in-chief interview

Posted: 18.11.2021

On the World Mental Health Day, we talked to Prof. George Kostyuk, Editor-in-Chief of Consortium Psychiatricum, about the new scientific journal, Russian psychiatry, and science in general.

Message from the Editor

Posted: 15.11.2021

Dear colleagues,

I am pleased to introduce the third issue of the journal Consortium Psychiatricum. This is a thematic issue devoted to individuals’ first psychotic episode. The articles included in this issue cover biological, social, and clinical issues connected with the first episode of psychosis. 

In the editorial article, Professor Heinz Katschnig shares his experiences of organizing a family school to learn how to live with schizophrenia that has been functioning in Vienna for 35 years. It is a good example of the development of independent living skills and autonomy of young patients who faced psychosis.

The problem of compliance and factors that mediate drug compliance in patients after their first psychotic episode are explored in the research article by colleagues from St. Petersburg. Clinical features of manifest psychoses in patients admitted to the “First episode psychosis clinic” in 2020 and 2019 are described by colleagues from Moscow. A fundamental article on lipid biomarkers in schizophrenia, as written by a group of scientists from Skolkovo in collaboration with clinicians from the leading mental clinics in Moscow, shares findings about ceramide species’ alterations that might be specific to patients with schizophrenia. 

The historical review of research in social psychiatry conducted at the Moscow Research Institute of Psychiatry and the implementation of results in clinical practice was written by authors from the Department of Social and Biological Research of the Institute. 

Articles on the organization of community mental care have come from India and Mexico. 

I wish you pleasant reading. 

  George Kostyuk, 

Editor-in-Chief, Consortium Psychiatricum

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