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Australasian Psychiatry is moving online – final print issue is December 2018

18 December 2018
A reminder that Australasian Psychiatry will be moving to a predominantly online format in 2019 and members will no longer automatically receive print copies of the journal.

The last hard copy issue of Australasian Psychiatry you will automatically receive will be the December 2018 issue.

When each new issue becomes available online, you will receive an email alert with an electronic table of contents of each issue, from which you can easily view abstracts.

► Online access to full text of Australasian Psychiatry is via the members’ area of the College website [Member log-in required]

Opt in to a print subscription
For members who prefer a hard copy, the option to maintain a print subscription to Australasian Psychiatry in 2019 and beyond, on an opt-in basis, is still available by completing the order form.

The order form should be emailed to SAGE Publishing in the UK at by 31 December 2018 if you wish to receive the first issue of 2019 (February) on time.
A print subscription for 2019 (6 issues) costs GB£50 (approximately A$90/NZ$90), which will be converted to your local currency at the exchange rate current at the time your order is processed.

Orders received after 31 December 2018 will still be processed, but you may receive the February 2019 issue slightly later than usual.

If you choose to opt in to an annual print subscription later on in 2019, you will receive backdated issues of all of the 2019 journals from earlier in the year.

Cover-to-cover PDF of each issue
If you prefer to read Australasian Psychiatry in full, cover to cover, but do not wish to maintain a print subscription, a fully printable PDF version of the traditional print format is available online. This way, you can still read the journal from cover to cover on a tablet or desktop computer, or print out a full issue to read in hard copy.

If you have any queries about Australasian Psychiatry, please contact