Diversity distinguishes the "Swiss Archives of Neurology, Psychiatry and Psychotherapy" from similar scientific journals. The journal covers psychiatry, psychotherapy, neurology and neurosciences - the full breadth of a pluralistic specialist area.
From the beginning the journal served as the organ for scientific exchange in its field in Switzerland and was thus an important channel of communication for psychiatrists and neurologists.
The current journal is a continuation of the "Swiss Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry", a publication rich in tradition and reputation, which was founded in 1917 by the famous neurologist and psychiatrist C. von Monakow.
It was a platform for uncensored publishing during the Second World War and has a long tradition of publishing the work of outstanding scientists, including a Nobel Prize winner.
In the early years the journal was edited by Professor Dr C. von Monakow, Professor Dr P. Dubois, Professor Dr R. Weber, Dr B. Manzoni and Professor Dr H. W. Maier, in collaboration with the leading academic authorities of the time in the fields of psychiatry and neurology, including Professor E. Bleuler.
Schweizer Archiv für Neurologie und Psychiatrie = Archives suisses de neurologie et de psychiatrie = Archivio svizzero di neurologia e psichiatria = Swiss archives of neurology and psychiatry (1985-2015)
Schweizer Archiv für Neurologie, Neurochirurgie und
Psychiatrie = Archives suisses de neurologie, neurochirurgie
et de psychiatrie (1959-1984)
Schweizer Archiv für Neurologie undPsychiatrie = Archives suisses de neurologie et depsychiatrie = Archivio svizzero di neurologia e psichiatria (1917-1959)
Prof. Dr. med. Joachim Küchenhoff
Editor in chief
Emeritus Professor of Medicine of the University of Basel, Switzerland
Prof. Dr. med. Daniele Zullino
Editor in chief
Head of the "Service d’addictologie" , Geneva University Hospital, Geneva, Switzerland
Prof. Dr. Silke Bachmann
Prof. Dr. Egemen Savaskan
Dr. Thomas von Salis
Dr. Peter Wermuth
Prof. Dr. Jacques Besson
Prof. Dr. Jürg Kesselring
Prof. Dr. Andreas Steck
Prof. Dr. Patrik Vuilleumier,
Prof. Dr Philippe Conus
CC Dr Dora Knauer
Dr. Karl Studer
Swiss Archives of Neurology, Psychiatry and Psychotherapy
Schweizer Archiv für Neurologie, Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie
Archives suisses de neurologie, psychiatrie et psychothérapie
Mode of publication:8 issues per year.
ISSN print version: 2297-6981
ISSN online version: 2297-7007
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Dr. med. et lic. phil. Bruno Kesseli
Editor in chief Swiss Medical Journal
e-mail: Bruno Kesseli
Tel. +41 (0)61 467 85 51
Dr. phil. II Karin Würz
Manager of marketing and communication
e-mail: Karin Würz
Tel. +41 (0)61 467 85 49
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