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Call for Papers: Mental Health Review Journal

Journal call for papers from Mental Health Review Journal

Call for Papers: Mental Health Review Journal

Editors: Mark Freestone, Chiara Samele and Nicola Wright

The editorial team of Mental Health Review Journal (MHRJ) is currently seeking submissions. This journal provides information on the research, policy and practice of mental health service delivery, whilst also focusing on the design, development, commissioning and management of services. MHRJ is a high quality source of information and intelligence for researchers, managers, commissioners, purchasers and practitioners working in the field of mental health and is therefore vital for everyone working in mental health service delivery. MHRJ is published quarterly and is peer reviewed.


Papers are ideally accessible, readable, challenging and current. MHRJ particularly welcomes papers that cover:

  • major contemporary issues in the mental health field
  • latest research on the design and management of services
  • service evaluation, research and methodology
  • innovations in service developments in the UK and internationally
  • new models of (clinical) practice and their implications
  • good practice in relation to gender and race
  • contributions from mental health service users and carers.

Papers should be submitted by email in MS Word format to the Editors, Mark Freestone, Chiara Samele and Nicola Wright, via the Editorial Assistant Ginette Taylor 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 3000 and 5000 words in length, and should comply with the specifications set out in the author guidelines:

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Emerald Group Publishing acquired Mental Health Review Journal 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.