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Dual diagnosis during pregnancy, the perinatal period and motherhood


Special issue call for papers from Advances in Dual Diagnosis

Guest Editor:

Gail Gilchrist
King’s College University, UK
gail.gilchrist@kcl.ac.uk

Aims and Scope

The aims of this special issue are to provide up to date research, case studies and commentary on assessment, identification and management of dual diagnosis during pregnancy, prenatally and into motherhood.

We are seeking submissions that cover any of the following themes:
NB: The following topics are indicative and not exhaustive. Papers on other topics under the main theme are welcome.

  • Assessment and identification of mental health and substance use
  • Epidemiology of dual diagnosis during pregnancy, prenatally and into motherhood
  • Comparison of women with and without children
  • Treatment approaches and their effectiveness
  • Impact of substance use during pregnancy, the perinatal period and motherhood

Deadlines

Submission deadline: 31 August 2019

Guidance on submission:

All submissions to Advances in Dual Diganosis should be through ScholarOne Manuscripts. Registration and access are available at:
http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/add

Author guidelines must be strictly followed. Please see:
http://www.emeraldgrouppublishing.com/products/journals/journals.htm?id=add

Submitted articles must not have been previously published, nor should they be under consideration for publication anywhere else, while under review for this journal.

The Guest Editor will conduct an initial screening of submitted papers. Those judged suitable for the special issue will be sent to at least two independent referees for double blind peer review, after which submissions may be recommended for revisions and further review, acceptance or rejection.

Interested authors should select (from the drop-down menu) the special issue “Dual diagnosis during pregnancy, the perinatal period and motherhood” at the appropriate step in the submission process, i.e. in response to “Please select the issue you are submitting to”.