Synergy is published twice a year by the Queen’s Department of Psychiatry. The journal is scholarly in outlook but not necessarily number of footnotes. We strive to publish good prose and ideas presented with vigour. It is our belief that psychiatry is so inherently interesting that it should not only be presented in the form of randomized controlled trials. Many of the issues of Synergy have themes. Recent issues have examined History and Psychiatry, Happiness, and Psychotherapy. We have published local, national, and international authors.
Spring 2017 - "Why did you decide to become a Psychiatrist?"
Fall 2017 - Bedeviled Minds: Reflections on the History of "Satanic Thoughts"