Other Psychiatry Sites on the Web
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University of Liverpool Psychiatry
The UK Department of Health and its National Service Framework
University of York
National Institute for Mental Health
General Medical Council (UK)
Mental Health Network Expert-directory
The following are electronic versions of paper journals with some web features:
of Applied Behavioral Analysis (one complete article from each issue on the
Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior (one complete article from each issue on the web)
Sleep Medicine Home Page
Chest Medicine On-Line Edited by Vince Mak and James Lyall - has some interesting pages on sleep disorders
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders
Schizophrenia: ICD-10 Description
Covers - the diagnostic guidelines for F20 Schizophrenia with sections on :
F20.0 Paranoid Schizophrenia
F20.2 Catatonic Schizophrenia and F20.3 Undifferentiated Schizophrenia
F20.4 Post-Schizophrenic Depression
F20.5 Residual Schizophrenia
F20.6 Simple Schizophrenia
Hypertext ICD 10
This useful site covers ICD-10 Chapter V (F) of the WHO International Classification of Diseases. Although there are broad similarities between DSM and ICD, there are substantial differences. For instance, in ICD-10 schizophrenia is viewed as a spectrum disorder. This site is information rich, but unfortunately tends to be slow. The information is available in German and English.
British False Memory Society
Centerwatch A clinical trials
listing service, listing approximately 650 clinical trials--several related to
psychiatry/mental health disorders.
Neuroscience Institute of Schizophrenia and Allied Disorders - Australia
Schizophrenia NIMH site
Expert Consensus Guideline on the Treatment of Schizophrenia
Edited by McEvoy et al, this useful guide covers the Acute Psychotic Episode, Continuation And Maintenance Treatment, Facilitating Continuity of Care, Maintenance Antipsychotic Treatment, Maintenance Outpatient Therapy, Supporting Treatment Compliance, General Medical Issues, Selecting Adjunctive Treatments, and Treatment of Side Effects of High Potency Conventional Antipsychotics
Schizophrenia - A handbook for families.
Schizophrenia Digest Schizophrenia Digest exemplifies the qualities of a support group, with helpful hints and personal profiles from those who have experienced the effects of the disease themselves or through a family member or friend. Each issue includes columns and articles on treatments, medications, and new developments specific to the needs and interests of sufferers and their families. Editorial content is in part, by professionals in pharmacy, psychiatric research, and other disciplines.
Schizophrenia: Youth's Greatest Disabler Basic facts about schizophrenia from a medical perspective by Dr Philip Long.
The Experience of Schizophrenia
This is the rather unusual and interesting home page of Ian Chovil from Guelph Ontario Canada.He has schizophrenia and has been on medication since 1990. He is now 43. His schizophrenia apparently started around the age of 18, but according to the author wasn't diagnosed till he was 35.
Pictures of Experience
Australian SANE's collection of art by people with schizophrenia - an intriguing use of the web.
International Center for Clubhouse Development
This site looks at the clubhouse phenomenon. The clubhouse community believes that people with mental illness (referred to as "members") have the right to a life which includes access to meaningful, gainful employment; a decent place to live; a community of support; the opportunities for education and recreation offered by the communities in which they live; and the chance to be needed, wanted and expected somewhere every day. Central to the clubhouse is the full member, with all of his or her strengths, talents, history, experience, likes, dislikes, hopes, fears, and dreams for the future. The clubhouse community believes that rehabilitation of people with mental illness must involve the whole person in a process of gradual acceptance into, and embrace by, a community of mutuality, respect and opportunity. With this kind of support, people with mental illness can work and become fully participating members of their communities. There are clubhouse communities in Australia, Canada, Denmark, Egypt,Germany,Finland, Holland , Japan, Republic of Korea, New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Poland, Portugal, Russia, South Africa, Sweden, United Kingdom, and the United States
Research by SANE in Australia in association with the University of South Australia suggests that attendance at a Clubhouse program is associated with improved health and employment outcomes, as well as a reduction in costs of health service provision due to reduced hospitalization and frequency of psychiatric consultation
Depression Central Dr
Ivan Goldberg's resource.
Bipolar Disorders (The Excellent Pendulum Resources)
Depressive Disorders : A brilliant page of questions and answers
Bipolar Disorder NIMH site devoted to Bipolar Disorder
Dutch site on Bipolar Disorder - extensive information about the disease and how to live with it. This site contains contributions by many psychiatrists who are specialized in bipolar disorder and by many experienced stable bipolar patients.
Depression and magnesium - user page with interesting ideas
Anxiety Disorder Middle
Tennessee State University and the Panic-Anxiety web page. The Panic-Anxiety web page is a
free archive of information and links concerning anxiety disorders started and maintained
by Steve Ward and two other volunteers.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Treatment of Panic Disorder The NIH consensus statement
National Center for PTSD is a program of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and
carries out a broad range of activities in research, training, and public information.
Trauma Info Pages: covers multiple aspects of Trauma and PTSD
Traumatic Stress Home Page maintained by the Carl T. Hayden VAMC in Phoenix Arizona.
Childhood Trauma, the Neurobiology of Adaptation
The Traumatic-Stress Network
Trauma & Dissociation
PTSD general information
PTSD/combat veterans research
The International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies
Human Relations Authority and Justice
PTSD Links to Related World Wide Web Sites
Journal of Traumatic Stress
The Traumatic Stress Web Page
Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information A thorough and attractive set of pages
on substance abuse.
(US) Homepage for the Center for Education and Drug Abuse Research (CEDAR) 20-year high-risk/family study of substance abuse at the University of Pittsburgh
(US)Homepage for the Society for Prevention Research (SPR)
HabitSmart Web (Addictions)
AL-ANON & ALATEEN
The Geriatric Psychiatry Page The GERiatric PSYchiatry PAGE was formed to serve as a resource to those
seeking knowledge about mental disturbances in older persons. It has a list of resources
and other sites.
Alzheimer's Disease NIMH Site
Alzheimer's Web: a research based site with extensive information
LewyNet: a site on dementias associated with Lewy bodies
Michigan Alzheimer's Disease Research Center
Psychiatry of Old Age
Alzheimer A good launching point for a variety of links to Alzheimer and dementia related WWW sites.
Psychiatry PET Unit of the Minneapolis VAMC and the Department of Psychiatry, University of Minnesota. Specific diseases with active protocols include depression, PTSD, schizophrenia, and Alzheimer's disease. Also has several studies concerning clinical/cognitive neuroscience and psychology.
The experience of
Illness from a Child's perspective. Excellent site by Joan Fleitas
American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder NIMH Site
A detailed listing of all publications available from the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Facts for Families
An excellent series of over 50 fact sheets, provided by AACAP for the use of families. Covers a wide range of topics relating both to common and to less common childhood problems and psychiatric disorders. Also covers issues such as divorce, adoption, step-parenting.
UNSW Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Research
The University of New South Wales Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Research WWW Homepage. Lists staff, with their principal research interests and e-mail addresses.
Provided by Internet Mental Health. A useful and detailed list of links under various headings. Includes a section on childhood disorders, but also has sections on other specific disorders, journals, mental health sites, organisations, institutes and universities.
Center for the Study of Autism
The homepage of the The Center for the Study of Autism (CSA), located in Beaverton, in the Portland, Oregon area. The collection of pages provides an overview of autism, together with a number of papers on related conditions or subtypes (e.g. Asperger Syndrome, Fragile X). Also discussed are related issues, interventions, and other resources.
Children Now homepage. Provides links to a variety of pages concerned particularly with social issues affecting children and adolescents - Health and safety, education, child care, parenting resources, education, economics, child abuse, substance abuse, the media.......and more. Well worth a visit.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Bibliography
A bibliography of books, brochures, journals and articles. Covers a wide range of categories including chldhood abuse and trauma. A long list, which can be e-mailed by an auto-responder.
Art Therapy with Children
A useful bibliography in a site created by Petrea Hansen, Art Therapist. See also Ms Hansen's generic Art Therapy Homepage.
American Gallery of Psychiatric Art - a look at some of the Pharma Industries' Advertising Art from 1960s to the present day
NIMH guide to medications
US Food and Drug Administration
Centerwatch A clinical trials listing service, listing approximately 650 clinical trials--several related to psychiatry/mental health disorders.
by Robert Hsiung - excellent pages on psychopharmacology with contributions by the doyen
of Net psychiatry - Dr Ivan Goldberg.
Information about medications used to treat clinical schizophrenia, depression, bipolar disorder, ADHD, and OCD, among others. Each page includes a brief description of what the medication is used to treat, as well as a review of side effects and risks.
New Developments in Antipsychotic Pharmacotherapy
Well , new-ish. This standard review by Professor Roy-Byrne from the University of Washington School of Medicine was published in 1994, and covers the standard pharmacology of typical antipsychotics together with the pharmacology of later drugs such as risperidone and clozapine, but obviously not the newer still antipsychotics such as olanzapine or sertindole.
Newly approved drugs in psychiatry
Well, much newer than the above resource. Includes a liquid form of risperidone, information about sertindole and olanzapine. Also a feature about donepezil which has been approved for the symptomatic treatment of mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease.
Venlafaxine side effects
Psych-Net UK A major psychology site for students and mental health professionals
Neuropsychology and related material - links to professional organizations, pre- and
post- doctoral program information, individual neuropsychologist pages, assessment
information, and sections covering different aspects of this ever growing field (e.g.
cognitive, developmental, geriatric, etc.).
Clinical Psychology Resources (University of Bonn)
PSYCSITE - Resources for Psychology Students
Online Psychological Services A fairly comprehensive, psychologically oriented reference resource.
EMDR Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing.
Cognitive Science US Site.
Behavior Therapy US Site.
American Psychological Society
Practical Psychology Magazine
Psychiatry and the Law Maintained
by James Hooper
Forensic Psychiatry On-Line Edited by Brian Boettcher
Institute of Mental Health Law The Institute of Mental Health Law, formed by Peter Edwards and
Dave Sheppard in 1992, specialises in all aspects of the UK Mental Health Act 1983 and allied legislation.
Neurological Rating Scales
Functional Neurosugery (Massachusetts)
Pioneering US Site on a variety of types of Learning Disability
Learning Disabilities NIMH Site
Autism NIMH Site
Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health (UK)
KEN - information and resources on prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation services. KEN is a service of the Center for Mental Health Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Includes information on Consumers/Survivors, Managed Care, Children's Mental Health, Statistics, and forthcoming conferences and events. Also has free publications, many of which can be viewed at the site, downloaded via FTP or ordered via on online order form. A thorough and well-stocked Website
American Psychiatric Association First rate and well-considered Website
European Bioinformatics Institute Retrieval system with added Medline data.
Florida Mental Health Institute
American Association of Psychiatric Administrators (AAPA) - NY Chapter
Mental Health Research Institute, in Melbourne, Australia
National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), and their developing WWW server
the National Library of Medicine
Institute Of Psychiatry (London, UK)
New York State Psychiatric Institute (Columbia University)
Albert Einstein College of Medicine - Psychiatric Research
APsa: The American Psychoanalytic Association
the homepage of the Society for Computers in Psychology: a non-profit organization of researchers interested in applications of computers in psychology
The American Psychological Society
PsychNET: the home of the American Psychological Association
The Abraham A. Brill Library's Freudnet: contains information about the library and psychoanalysis
Administrators in Academic Psychiatry, a professional organization for the education and networking of administrators of academic departments of psychiatry
The American Psychoanalytic Association
The Psychiatry Project (under construction)
Psychological Resource List
Cognitive and Psychological Sciences
Whole Brain Atlas (Harvard)
Mental Health Resources on the Internet
Mental Health InfoSource
Internet Mental Health This encyclopedia of psychiatry describes mental illness: Alcoholism, Anorexia Nervosa, Bipolar Disorder, Drug Abuse, Major Depression, Panic Disorder, Phobia, Schizophrenia, etc. Mental health research and medications are described in detail.
BGSM reprint database Bibliographic details and abstracts of 5,000 plus neuroscience articles
OMNI service A gateway to other medical Internet Resources
National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI)is a grass roots, self-help, support and advocacy organization dedicated to improving the lives of people with severe mental illness and their loved ones. This excellent website has a full range of resources in psychiatry.
Articles from the National Institute for Mental Health Index of On-Line
Panic Disorder / Bipolar Disorder, Manic-Depressive Illness /
Plain Talk About... Depression Awareness, Recognition, and Treatment (D/ART) program
Plain Talk About... Handling Stress
Anxiety Disorders: Decade of the Brain
The Brooker Centre, Halton Hospital, Cheshire, UK
Akashi Tsuchiyama Hospital, a modern psychiatric hospital in Japan.
Johns Hopkins Psychiatry Home Page
Massachusetts General Hospital Psychiatry Department homepage maintained by the MGH OCD Clinic: includes a list of their faculty and some of their publication
Last Updated: 21/10/00