Aims and scope
We are delighted to announce that Evidence-Based Mental Health will be publishing a special issue on 20 years’ progress in child and adolescent mental health. It will be guest edited by Anthony James (Oxford, UK), Gabrielle A. Carlson (New York, US) and Samuele Cortese (Southampton, UK).
There has been increasing interest in the considerable developments in child and adolescent mental health research and clinical practice. This issue aims to bring together the latest research and thinking. Original articles, including quantitative or qualitative studies, clinical or systematic reviews, are welcome.
Potential topics include, but are by no means limited to:
- Perinatal Mental Health
- Child and Family Mental Health
- Adolescent Mental Health
- Novel Treatment Strategies
- Epidemiology, Neuroimaging, and Genetics
We are very excited about this upcoming special issue. It will showcase new research in this important field. EBMH is a widely accessed and key resource for psychiatrists and psychologists aiming to base their practice on up-to-date research evidence.
The Editors of this issue would be happy to discuss ideas for articles in advance of their receipt. All manuscripts will be peer reviewed and up to 6 contributions will be published.
Information on article types & instructions for authors: http://ebmh.bmj.com/site/about/guidelines.xhtml#Original and http://ebmh.bmj.com/site/about/guidelines.xhtml#Clinical.
For any additional information, please contact the guest editors:
Anthony James: firstname.lastname@example.org;
Gabrielle Carlson: Gabrielle.Carlson@stonybrookmedicine.edu;
Or submit directly to EBMH, using the following address: https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/evidencebased
More information about Evidence-Based Mental Health is available on the journal’s homepage: http://ebmh.bmj.com/
Deadline for submissions: 15 June 2018 (publication date: November 2018)