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|Areas of Publication
This multidisciplinary journal focuses on publishing high quality, peer-reviewed papers in the area of mental, neurological and neurosurgical health and promotion, book reviews and brief articles. The Journal highlights issues in educating, training and developing a skilled, healthy and committed mental health workforce. The Journal of Mental Health Education is keen to receive original papers on mental health education and mental health promotion, methodology, training, research, policy development, and practice – particularly from a national and international perspective.
It considers for publication original research articles in the following areas:
- Mental Health Education
- Community Mental Health Education
- First Aid for Mental health
- Prevention, Promotion and Intervention in Mental Health
- Design, Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation of Programs in Mental Health
- Mental Health Awareness
- Mental Health Literacy
- Stigma and Discrimination in Mental Health
- Digital Mental Health Education
- Public Mental Health
- Advocacy and policymaking
- Research methodologies in Mental Health
- Health Education Materials
- Mental Health Education and Media
- Aids and Methodologies in Mental Health Education
- Theories and Evidence-Based Research in Mental Health Education
- Legal and Ethical Principles in Mental Health Education
In the above-mentioned subjects, the journal invites submission of original research papers, brief reports, case discussions, debates, commentaries and controversies, narrative and systematic reviews, essays, letters to editor, correspondence and book reviews.
Potential readership for this journal includes but not limited to mental health professionals (psychiatrists, psychologists, psychiatric social workers, mental health nurses), health educators, public health professionals, people from the media, non-government organizations, administrators and policymakers working in the field of Mental Health.
The journal invites submission of original research papers in the above-mentioned subjects, brief reports, case discussions, debates, commentaries and controversies, narrative and systematic reviews, essays, letters to editor and correspondence, book reviews.