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The Lancet Neurology is an authoritative forum for key opinion leaders across medicine, government, and health systems to influence clinical practice, explore global policy, and inform constructive, positive change worldwide.
As the global leader in clinical neurology, The Lancet Neurology delivers essential original research, expert review, candid commentary, and breaking news to provide context and perspective on today's most important medical advances across the broad spectrum of clinical neurology.
The Lancet Psychiatry launched in print and online in June 2014, following in the footsteps of other Lancet specialty journals such as The Lancet Oncology and The Lancet Neurology. The journal offers the same fast track experience offered by its sister journals for all authors of research papers that are selected for peer review, where articles can be published online within 8 weeks of submission.
The journal publishes a range of article types in psychiatry, including Original Research, Reviews, Personal Views, Comments, and News articles.