The British Journal of Psychiatry is a peer-reviewed medical journal published monthly by the Royal College of Psychiatrists containing original research, systematic reviews, commentaries on contentious articles, short reports, a comprehensive book review section, and a correspondence column relating to all aspects of psychiatry. A series of occasional supplements provide in-depth coverage of specific topics. Its editor-in-chief is Peter Tyrer. The complete archive of contents from 1855 to the present is available online. All content from January 2000 on is made freely available 1 year after publication.
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