Open call for Papers from Journal of Adult Protection
Journal call for papers from Journal of Adult Protection
Chair, National Independent Safeguarding Board, Wales, UK
University of East Anglia, UK
About the Journal
Journal of Adult Protection (JAP) uniquely bridges the gap between research and practice. It is the only journal to address developments in safeguarding across all adult service user groups.
JAP's multidisciplinary, international coverage reflects the broad community of researchers and professionals involved in the analysis and delivery of safeguarding vulnerable people from abuse.
The journal offers vital access to innovative research, considers implications for practice and presents viewpoints and commentary on current policy and practice in this important field.
JAP publishes peer-reviewed and vital evidence to inform future research and working for everyone involved in adult protection, safeguarding and related agendas.
· elder abuse
· learning, intellectual and developmental disabilities
· physical disabilities
· mental health
· abuse, including: financial, psychological, physical and sexual abuse
· dignity in care
· best practice
· learning lessons from previous inquiries and serious case reviews.
Why Should you submit your work to us?
· Key publication in adult safeguarding
· Research, policy and practice focus
· Peer Reviewed
· Scopus ranked and ESCI indexed
· Over 3000 downloads per month
For further information, visit the journal homepage at http://www.emeraldgrouppublishing.com/products/journals/journals.htm?id=JAP
Submit your work at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jap
Topics of Interest:
mental capacity and safeguarding
commissioning of institutional care (including safeguarding perspectives)
abuse relating to domestic servitude, human trafficking and other forms of modern slavery.
Forthcoming Special issues
Human rights perspectives (2018)
Mental capacity (2019)
Topical Special issues:
Vol. 19 Issue 4: Safeguarding adults and legal literacy: approaches from UK devolved nations
Vol. 16 Issue 5: Elder abuse in Chinese populations
Vol. 17 Issue 3: Making Safeguarding personal
Content on free access until 4th November 2017:
Tony Stanley, (2016) "A practice framework to support the Care Act 2014", The Journal of Adult Protection, Vol. 18 Issue: 1, pp.53-64, https://doi.org/10.1108/JAP-07-2015-0020 **On free access for all of 2017**
Alyson Norman, (2016) "A preventable death? A family’s perspective on an adult safeguarding review regarding an adult with traumatic brain injury", The Journal of Adult Protection, Vol. 18 Issue: 6, pp.341-352, https://doi.org/10.1108/JAP-08-2016-0017
Chris Lennard, (2015) "Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS) – where do we go from here?", The Journal of Adult Protection, Vol. 17 Issue: 1, pp.41-50, https://doi.org/10.1108/JAP-05-2014-0017
Suzy Braye, David Orr, Michael Preston-Shoot, (2015) "Learning lessons about self-neglect? An analysis of serious case reviews", The Journal of Adult Protection, Vol. 17 Issue: 1, pp.3-18, https://doi.org/10.1108/JAP-05-2014-0014
Suzy Braye, David Orr, Michael Preston-Shoot, (2015) "Serious case review findings on the challenges of self-neglect: indicators for good practice", The Journal of Adult Protection, Vol. 17 Issue: 2, pp.75-87, https://doi.org/10.1108/JAP-05-2014-0015
Tim Spencer-Lane, (2014) "Safeguarding the public by regulating health and social care professionals: lessons from Mid-Staffordshire and the Law Commission review", The Journal of Adult Protection, Vol. 16 Issue: 1, pp.52-59, https://doi.org/10.1108/JAP-06-2013-0024
Michael Mandelstam, (2014) "Wilful neglect and health care", The Journal of Adult Protection, Vol. 16 Issue: 6, pp.342-354, https://doi.org/10.1108/JAP-09-2013-0038