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: 4 issues a year

Language: English

Peer-review: double blind (see details)

Subscription: open access to the journal is available on the web-site, paper version is distributed by subscription

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 



Editor-in-chief interview

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.

Posted: 15.10.2021

Consortium Psychiatricum is included in the DOAJ database

Dear Readers!

We are happy to announce that all issues of the Consortium Psychiatricum are included in the DOAJ electronic database.

The DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals) was launched in 2003   It strives to achieve an equitable global transition to open access by raising the reputation and visibility of peer-reviewed open access journals from any country or discipline.

DOAJ is a co-author to the Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing that provide the basis of the DOAJ basic criteria for inclusion.

DOAJ is committed to combatting ethically compromised publishers and publishing practices, helping to protect researchers from becoming trapped by predator journals.

Posted: 13.09.2021
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