Mental Health Review Journal (MHRJ) is a vital source of current thinking on the research, policy and practice of mental health service delivery, bringing together research and practice perspectives.
This double blind peer-reviewed journal focuses on the delivery and evaluation of mental health services in the UK, with particular attention to innovation, implementation and service user experience. International contributions are welcomed where these apply innovation and best practice to, or draw out the context for, the UK.
MHRJ includes research and practitioner papers, discussion/commentary papers, policy reviews, case studies and book reviews covering, but not limited to:
- Contemporary issues in the mental health field
- The design and management of services
- Service evaluation, research and methodology
- Innovations in service developments
- New practice models (including clinical practice) and their implications
- Good practice in relation to issues of ethnic diversity
- Contributions from mental health service users and carers
MHRJ is a valuable source of information for everyone involved in mental health service research and delivery, including academics, researchers, students, commissioners, front-line practitioners, policy-makers, managers, health boards, education providers, local authorities, NHS and primary care trusts, the voluntary and community sectors, service users and carers.
This journal is abstracted and indexed in:
Academic Search Complete, Academic Source Complete, British Nursing Index, CINAHL, CPA’s AgeInfo, ERIH PLUS, Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), Illustrata, PsycINFO, ReadCube Discover, Scopus, Social Care Online, ZETOC.
This journal is ranked by:
Scopus and The Database for Statistics on Higher Education, Norway (Level 1)
Mental Health Review Journal is available as part of an online subscription to the Emerald Health & Social Care eJournals Collection. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Emerald Health & Social Care eJournals Collection page.
This journal is a member of and subscribes to the principles of the Committee on Publication Ethics. More on Emerald's approach is available in our Publication Ethics guidelines.