ADHD in school children

ADHD in school children” is the title of this fortnight’s Mind Matters column of the Editor-in-Chief of the Open Journal of Psychiatry & Allied Sciences (OJPAS®), Shyamanta Das in Horizon, the supplement with The Assam Tribune, where the research article, “Prevalence of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder among primary school children in Cachar, Assam, North-East India” by Prosenjit Ghosh, Hasina Anjuman Choudhury, and Robin Victor, that is published in the current issue (July-December 2018, Volume 9 Issue 2) of OJPAS®, is discussed.

Mental illness in female prisoners

Titled “Mental illness in female prisoners”, this fortnight’s Mind Matters column of Shyamanta Das, the Editor-in-Chief of the Open Journal of Psychiatry & Allied Sciences (OJPAS®) in Horizon, the supplement with The Assam Tribune discusses the research article, “A cross-sectional comparative study of insomnia, depression, and suicidality between male and female prisoners of Guwahati Central Jail” by Bhaktishree Raha, Swapanjit Sarma, and Hemendra Ram Phookun, and published in the current issue (July-December 2018, Volume 9 Issue 2) of OJPAS®.

Students in stress

The Mind Matters column of this fortnight, titled “Students in stress” by the Editor-in-Chief of the Open Journal of Psychiatry & Allied Sciences (OJPAS®), Shyamanta Das in the Horizon, the supplement of The Assam Tribune, discusses the research article, “A cross-sectional comparative study of coping distress in medical and non-medical students” of Shiva Kumar BK, Jibin Babu K, and Krishnamurthy CN, and published in OJPAS®.

Atypical depression

In today’s Horizon, the supplement with The Assam Tribune, the Mind Matters column of Shyamanta Das, the Editor-in-Chief of the Open Journal of Psychiatry & Allied Sciences (OJPAS®), titled “Atypical depression” discusses the case study, titled “Pituitary adenoma with hypothalamic involvement: a case of ‘atypical’ atypical depression” by Manjunadh Muraleedharan and Rishikesh V Behere, that is published advance online in OJPAS®.

Burnout and police officers

 

Shyamanta Das, the Editor-in-Chief of the Open Journal of Psychiatry & Allied Sciences (OJPAS®), in the Mind Matters column on today’s Horizon, the supplement with The Assam Tribune, titled “Burnout and police officers” highlights the research article, “Exploring the role of compassion satisfaction and compassion fatigue in predicting burnout among police officers” by Konstantinos Papazoglou, Mari Koskelainen, and Natalie Stuewe, and published in OJPAS®.

Renewal of registration

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The registration of Academy Publisher in Guwahati Municipality Corporation (GMC) [registration number: 58/13 (A) dated 24 March 2014] is renewed till 31 March 2019.

Gangtok Gamusa

Editorial Board Members of the Open Journal of Psychiatry & Allied Sciences (OJPAS®), Maheshwar Nath Tripathi and Samrat Singh Bhandari met in Gangtok and planned ways to go ahead in the journey of the journal along with introspection of the path traversed so far. Symbolically, Assistant Editor, Samrat also welcomed fellow Editorial Board Member, Maheshwar with a gamusa, the article of great significance for the people of Assam, the place from where OJPAS® originated.