This peer reviewed Journal was created in 1996 by practitioners, mental health program managers and mental health consumers to provide international practitioners, scholars and consumers with a forum to publish and discuss their work in program development, evaluation research, policy innovations, and therapeutic practices that have been successful in their particular region and cultures. IJPR is not associated with any university or governmental institution, nor is it part of any ‘old boy’ or other professional network. It was created to provide information to an international readership about issues related to psychosocial rehabilitation and associated topics.
Articles on psychosocial interventions, psychopharmacotherapy, mental health primary care, institutional and community care innovations, decentralization, policy changes, community & regionally based systems, and program evaluation are given particular attention. However, all articles that relate to psychosocial rehabilitation will be considered.
We invite comment from all readers on any and all subjects published in this journal, including the journal format itself. Feel free to comment on the Bulletin Board as well.
Current Editorial Board
Dr. Nira Hariyatie Hartani – Malaysia
Asst. Prof. Dr. Mohd Armi Abu Samah – Malaysia
Rathi Aarti, BPTh, MPTh, – Cardiorespiratory – India
Dr. Haseeb Muhammad, Malaysia
Ass. Prof. Dr. I Wayan Suryasa, Indonesia
The International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation is published byADG, S..A .(ADG) ADG is a private non-profit, limited corporation in Honduras and operating in a limited capacity in the United Kingdom. All information in IJPR is provided for personal use. Reproduction for publication or other use is strictly prohibited. Written permission must be obtained ADG, S.A., to reprint any information contained within the Journal, either in part or its entirety .