Chinese Society of Psychiatry

Chinese Society of Psychiatry (中华医学会精神病学分会)
AbbreviationCSP
PredecessorChinese Society of Neuro-Psychiatry
Formation1951
Membership (2005)
800
Parent organization
Chinese Medical Association
Websitecsp.cma.org.cn

The Chinese Society of Psychiatry (CSP; Chinese: 中华医学会精神病学分会; lit. 'Chinese Medical Association Psychiatry Branch') is the largest organization for psychiatrists in China. It publishes the Chinese Classification of Mental Disorders ("CCMD"), first published in 1985.[1] The CSP also publishes clinical practice guidelines; promotes psychiatric practice, research and communication; trains new professionals; and holds academic conferences.

  1. ^ Dai, Yunfei; Yu, Xin; Xiao, Zeping; Xu, Yifeng; Zhao, Min; Correia, João Mendonça; Maj, Mario; Reed, Geoffrey M. (2014). "Comparison of Chinese and international psychiatrists' views on classification of mental disorders". Asia-Pacific Psychiatry. 6 (3): 267–273. doi:10.1111/appy.12146. ISSN 1758-5872 – via PubMed.