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January-June 2019| Vol 24| Issue 1


Family-based interventions for substance use disorders must look at the local needs and service delivery

Introduction Substance use disorders often have a deep impact on the family members. Also, families have been utilized as strengths for developing interventions for individuals with ...

Review Article

Insulin resistance and depression: Relationship and treatment implications

Insulin resistance has been associated with depressive symptoms and depressive syndrome. Studies have attempted to assess the relationship between metabolic syndrome and depression and more specific...

Dr.Buckshey Award Paper

Pathways to care and reasons for treatment-seeking behavior in patients with opioid dependence syndrome: An exploratory study

Background: Magnitude of the menace of opioid dependence syndrome (ODS) is ever escalating especially in Northern India. However, no studies have been attempted to study the pathways to care ...

Dr.AK Kala Award Paper

Comparison of efficacy and tolerability of escitalopram and venlafaxine in treatment-naïve patients with unipolar nonpsychotic depression: Is there a need to revisit the prescription patterns?

Background: Depression is a common mental illness for which guidelines recommend selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors as the first-line treatment. As per the Sequenced Treatment Alternati...

Original Article

Predictors of inpatient completion of detoxification in patients with substance use disorders

Background: Despite the availability of adequate indoor treatment facility for patients with substance use disorders (SUDs), a substantial number of patients do not undergo complete detoxific...

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ISSN - Print: 0971-8990,
Online: 2543-1897

Journal of Mental Health and Human Behaviour, a publication of Indian Psychiatric Society - North Zone, is a peer-reviewed print + online Semiannual journal. The journal’s full text is available online at http://www.jmhhb.org.

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