The Lancet Psychiatry

The Lancet Psychiatry considers any original research contribution that advocates change in or illuminates clinical practice and informative reviews on any topic connected with Psychiatry.


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Psychology & Psychiatry

Experts ask: Can cannabis be made safer?

As cannabis laws become liberalised in many countries, experts writing in The Lancet Psychiatry argue that there is an urgent need to explore how cannabis use can be made safer.

Psychology & Psychiatry

From heroin addiction to alcohol-related problems

Around 3,000 heroin addicts currently receive opioids such as methadone, buprenorphine or morphine as part of their treatment in the Canton of Zurich. The number of these so-called substitution treatments has remained constant ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Data on depression suggest possibility of personalized treatments

Depression is a complex disorder, characterized by clusters of symptoms that respond to treatment with varying degrees of success and are likely to reoccur after initial remission. However, a group of Yale researchers, combing ...