• Features scholarly work on innovative education, academic leadership, and advocacy in psychiatry and behavioral sciences
  • Stimulates evidence-based advances in education and training, leadership and administration, career and professional development, ethics and professionalism, and health and well-being
  • Average time from submission to first decision 2018 = 23 days

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Editor-in-Chief
  • Adam M. Brenner
Publishing model
Hybrid. Open Access options available

Journal metrics

1.88 (2018)
Impact factor
1.660 (2018)
Five year impact factor
34 days
Submission to first decision
95 days
Submission to acceptance
214,985 (2019)
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This journal has 21 open access articles

Journal updates

  • Virtual Issue - AADPRT 2020

    Academic Psychiatry is pleased to present a special virtual collection of articles related to presenters at the American Association of Directors of Psychiatric Residency Training (AADPRT) 2020 annual meeting and its theme, Reclaim Meaning Through Teaching.

    American Association of Directors of Psychiatric Residency Training
  • New Editor in Chief

    The Governance Committee of Academic Psychiatry is pleased to announce that after an internationally competitive search, it has selected Adam Brenner, MD, as the journal’s new Editor in Chief.

    Dr. Adam Brenner
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Electronic ISSN
1545-7230
Print ISSN
1042-9670
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