Issues in Mental Health Nursing Call for Papers: Mental Health Issues and People who Identify as LGBTQ

Call for Papers

Issues in Mental Health Nursing

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Issues in Mental Health Nursing is now accepting manuscripts on the topic of: Mental Health Issues and People who Identify as LGBTQ for an upcoming special issue. The journal is peer-reviewed and indexed in PsycINFO, CINAHL, MEDLINE, and many other databases. 2018 is our 39th year of publication.

We are considering papers that focus on mental health concerns of this population as well as their specific support needs and preferences for treatment. Papers may be research-focused, practice-oriented, or theoretical/conceptual in nature.

A broad range of topics will be considered, including:

  • person-centered, rights-based and socially inclusive care
  • mental health assessment, intervention, and innovation treatments
  • availability of resources
  • workforce and service developments
  • research, education, and policy issues

Issues in Mental Health Nursing requires APA format. There is no page limit, but most papers range from 15 to 25 pages of double-spaced text. Accuracy in citations is imperative. Authors whose first language is not English are encouraged to use the services of an editor prior to submission.

Submission instructions

Manuscripts will be reviewed by Guest Editor, Dr Edward McCann, and by two reviewers who are blinded to the identity of the authors.

This is an Open Select journal, meaning that you can choose to publish your work open access. To learn more about your Open Access options, click here.

Editorial information

  • Guest Editor: Edward McCann, Trinity College Dublin, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Ireland