Entering its 39th year of publication, Issues in Mental Health Nursing has continued to persevere as a distinguished source for pioneering clinical research, practical theory and analysis, and modern discoveries.
Authors are encouraged to submit their work, which will be presented in the 2018 October special issue, focusing on technological innovations for mental health and psychiatric care, research and education.
Review articles are welcome. Research-focused, practice-oriented, and theoretical/conceptual papers are suitable as well. Issues in Mental Health Nursing is a peer-reviewed journal indexed in PsycINFO, CINAHL, PubMed/Medline, and many other relevant databases. Our journal is ranked amongst 116 journals in the Nursing Science Category of the 2016 JCR. Publishing with Taylor & Francis is a clear path forward to academic recognition and prestige.
Particular consideration will be given to articles covering:
Additional information for authors can be found here.
Submissions will be reviewed by guest editor, Dr. Veronica Decker, College of Nursing, University of Central Florida, and two additional reviewers through a double-blind evaluation process.
Deadline: Manuscripts must be received by May 31, 2018.
Queries may be addressed to Editor-in-Chief, Sandra P. Thomas: firstname.lastname@example.org.