The PsychNews International An Online Publication is an independent electronic Internet-based publication distributed at no cost to professionals, students, and others interested in issues related to the mental health profession. The PsychNews is one of the oldest, if not the oldest publication of its kind.
The PsychNews (or short: PN/PNI), formerly titled the InterPsych Newsletter (IPN) (Editor's main archives at www.psychnews.net/ix.htm & US archives at mentalhelp.net/ipn/), see below for other archives) and associated with the organization InterPsych © has been in existence since 1996 and serves thousands of readers as one of the first and premier sources of its kind on the Internet. We are proud to state that the PsychNews is the source for international news and information in psychology and psychiatry.
PsychNews Int'l publishes articles on current events in mental health, updates from relevant Internet discussion groups, as well as original research and theoretical articles. PN also contains reports on new mental health resources on the Internet, conferences, and it may include employment, and announcement listings.
The PsychNews Listserv is a "send only " mailing list which means the list is used solely for the purpose of distributing the PN.
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The PsychNews International issues are automatically archived. The complete PsychNews International archives are available on the World Wide Web at:
http://www.psychnews.net (Main Editor's Site)
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http://www.psychnews.de (German Mirror)
http://userpage.fu-berlin.de/~expert/psychnews/ (European Mirror)
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The staff is international and consists of researchers and practitioners in psychology and psychiatry, producing the PsychNews International on a voluntary, uncompensated basis.
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Coordinator: Sunkyo Kwon