Issues in Mental Health Nursing Call for Papers: Special Issue on Mental Health Wellness, Recovery, and Holism

Issues in Mental Health Nursing

CALL FOR MANUSCRIPTS

Special issue of Issues in Mental Health Nursing on the topic of Mental Health Wellness, Recovery, and Holism

Manuscripts are being sought on mental health wellness, recovery, and holism for a special issue of Issues in Mental Health Nursing. The journal is peer-reviewed and indexed in PsycINFO, CINAHL, PubMed, and many other databases. 2017 is the journal's 38th year of publication. Issues in Mental Health Nursing holds an impact factor of 0.990 and is ranked 65 out of 116 journals in the Nursing Science Category of the 2015 JCR.*

A broad range of topics will be considered including currently used complementary and alternative nursing interventions or theoretical approaches related to mental health wellness, recovery, and holism. Green Care, global warming and mental health, holistic modalities, recovery-oriented service delivery and outcomes, family issues, prevention concepts, and workforce development are also appropriate topics. Review articles will be considered as well as research-focused, practice-oriented, and theoretical/conceptual papers.

Accepted manuscripts will be available online ahead-of-print.

 

*©2016 Thomson Reuters, 2015 Journal Citation Reports®

Manuscript Submissions

Deadline:  Manuscripts must be received by June 1, 2017.

Issues in Mental Health Nursing requires APA format. There is no specified page limit, but most papers range from 15 to 25 pages of double-spaced text. Accuracy in citations is imperative.

Please send all manuscripts to: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/umhn. Indicate in your cover letter that you would like for your paper to be considered for the special issue.

Manuscripts will be reviewed by guest editor Dr. Kelly Carlson, McLean Hospital, Belmont, MA and by two reviewers who are blinded to the identity of authors.

Queries may be addressed to editor-in-chief Sandra P. Thomas at: sthomas@utk.edu.

Editorial information

  • Editor-in-Chief: Sandra P. Thomas, University of Tennessee-Knoxville (sthomas@utk.edu)
  • Guest Editor: Kelly Carlson, McLean Hospital