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Mental Health Review Journal

Mental Health Review Journal


Research, Policy and Practice

ISSN: 1361-9322

This journal is a Hybrid Open Access journal
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Editorial team

Editor

Mark Freestone
East London Forensic Personality Disorder Service and Queen Mary University of London, UK
m.c.freestone@qmul.ac.uk

Associate Editors

Jenelle Clarke, University of Nottingham, UK
John Larsen, Drinkaware, UK
Chiara Samele, Informed Thinking, UK

Publisher

Jo Sharrocks
jsharrocks@emeraldgroup.com

Content Editor

Lorraine Connolly
lconnolly@emeraldgroup.com

Editorial Board

Peter Bartlett, The University of Nottingham, UK
James Binnie, London South Bank University, UK
Peter Bullimore, Asylum Associates, UK
Sarah Byford, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London, UK
Patrick Callaghan, The University of Nottingham & Nottingham Healthcare NHS Trust, UK
Catherine Clarke, Carer Representative, UK
David Crepaz-Keay, Mental Health Foundation, UK
Eva Cyhlarova, Mental Health Foundation, UK
Joy A. Duxbury, University of Central Lancashire, UK
Suman Fernando, London Metropolitan University, UK
Melanie Jordan, School of Community Health Services, University of Nottingham, UK
Eddie Kane, Institute of Mental Health, UK
Frank Keating, Royal Holloway University of London, England, UK
Jen Kilyon, New Ways of Working in Mental Health, UK
Simon Lawton-Smith, Mental Health Foundation, UK
Nick Manning, King's College London, UK
Andrew McCulloch, Picker Institute Europe, UK
Julie Repper, Nottingham Recovery Centre, UK
Justine Schneider, The University of Nottingham, UK