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Current Psychiatry
Current Psychiatry's mission is to provide psychiatrists with peer-reviewed, practical advice by leading authorities, emphasizing up-to-date solutions to common clinical problems.

In addition, Current Psychiatry produces a live CME symposium each year in association with the American Academy of Clinical Psychiatrists.


University of Cincinnati
The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience at the University of Cincinnati Academic Health Center was founded in 1819, and the Department of Psychiatry was founded in 1932. For many years, it had one of the largest psychiatric residency programs in the country and was a leader in education and patient care. The department had the first joint Family Medicine Psychiatry program and one of the first ten Pediatric Psychiatry/Child Psychiatry programs in the country. Over the last ten years, it has grown to be one of the leading research departments of psychiatry in the country as well.

Today, the department is ranked 14th. nationally for NIH funding; one of the fastest rising departments nationally, with particular strength in the areas of schizophrenia, eating disorders, bipolar disorder, and substance use disorders. It also has the largest pharmaceutical research program of any psychiatry department in the country. The department educates medical students as well as psychiatric residents, child psychiatry fellows, geriatric psychiatry fellows, substance abuse fellows, and forensic psychiatry fellows. The department also is responsible for clinical services at the six hospitals in the Health Alliance of Greater Cincinnati, as well as at the Veteran's Administration Hospital and Children's Hospital.