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Call for Papers: Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice

Journal call for papers from Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice

Call for Papers: Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice

Editors: Di Bailey and Peter Ryan

The Editorial team of The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice (JMHTEP) addresses workforce development issues in mental health services. Workforce development is defined broadly to include not only workforce planning and human resource management but also education and training for mental health practice. The journal focuses primarily on services in the United Kingdom but also draw upon international experience, reflecting the common challenges of workforce development and recognising the scope for international learning and development.

The journal provides:

  • an evidence base for workforce development, education and training
  • support for maintaining a healthy and committed workforce
  • information on how to inform workforce design and planning
  • reviews of books and learning resources.

Submissions

Papers are ideally accessible, readable, challenging and current. Peer-reviewed submissions will be considered in the following areas:

  • overviews of research which aim to present the practical implications for workforce development in mental health services
  • descriptions of important innovations in workforce development, including education and training
  • reports of original research
  • summaries of useful information on relevant and topical issues in workforce development.

Papers should be submitted by email in MS Word format to the Editors Di Bailey at [email protected] and Peter Ryan at [email protected]. Papers are reviewed by the editors and if suitable for this publication, are then subject to peer review.
As a guide, articles should be between 3500 and 5000 words in length, and should comply with the specifications set out in the author guidelines: www.emeraldinsight.com/jmhtep.

For further information on this journal please visit: www.emeraldinsight.com/jmhtep. Emerald Group Publishing acquired Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice from Pier Professional in 2011. For a full list of acquired titles that make up Emerald’s new Health and Social Care collection, please click here.